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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 January 1888

X rttrmvgTy ti wfTtty i'i" tvt&vx4vnj..ry ywwr'afr-tMftny'rrgyrimyrw jwra7m'mftwiyTi-y w rw hi i n. I M 11 f Iff I : ,fi 4- Av is k ?4 ,. i'f lST' LO0AL NEWS, JED. . VIZSOX, CUff Eitllor. x Sleighing. "Our Jonathan" Jan. 31. Ed Donlvan wns in Lancaster Sunday. Why don't some ono predict nn early spring. Mr. Dovoss, of Q rconilcld was in Logan this week. Miss Flo Wilson, of CoIumbiiH, is at homo on a Visit. Al. Brook has had photographs taken of his dog "Gyp." Icn was shipped from this place to Straltsvlllo this wcok. Poto Myor, of 'Crawfordsvlllo, Ind., is at homo for a short visit. Tide noustonj of Mood wood, was in IiOgan Saturday evening. "Our Jonathan" at tho Opera Houso onTuosday night, January 31st. Mr. L. Bort has given up his position as traveling salesman for oils. Enjoy a good laugh at tho Opera House Tuesday evening Jan. 81st. A. largo audlonco witnessed Monto Crlsto on Friday evening 'last. , Tho Motherwell Iron & Stool Co., have changed their pay-day to 'Tuesday...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 January 1888

v J !f a THE SOUTHERN NEGROES A Unttliig Itelmk of Malignant Partisans And (imce-Reeker. It scorns strange to rfnd tho Now "York Timet taking a pronunont stand in defense nf tho South against tlio hnrgo of suppression of tho colored vote, nndyot this able-journal, at ono timo foremost nmong thoso whoso abuse nud deuiiuclntlon of the oleetlou methods of tho South was character ized ly partisan hatred and soetlonnl malignity, contains In a recent Issue tho most striking protest which litis yot nppcarcd In any Northern paper against the bloody n!itrt. policy ol the Itupublicnns for 1888. Tho Times Is a Republican paper, but Is gonornlly a very fair one. Its criticisms are opon and Iran', and its course is not controlled by tho lash of its party. It boliuved Mr. Bl.ilno to bo a corrupt man and Mr. Cluvclnnd nu honest one, and it supported the latter for the Presidency. It did not .sever its party alliance, but has slnco atoc d with tho organization of which it was for many years the chi...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 January 1888

X. V h w i s be -V r. f$F. THE DAIRY. An Intoiiirrotif. mrtn Js noccled be tween tho grain bins and tho cows. Prairie Farmer. "i)o unto others ns you would bo dona unto." Puro, fresh, tompornla Mr, Is wlmt you liko wlmt about your cows? Vontilhto your rooms and sta bles, whllo you kcop tlionl comfortably wnrm and frco from draughts. Dainf World. Early cut hay, cut from' ground drnincd by nature or by art, nice, sweet fodder, corn or corn fodder, bright clover hay with tho loaves nil saved, sound cornmcal and a fow carrots will mako tho best of butter in amount, color, aroma and toxture. Farm and Fireside There is still plonty of room for in ventors to find something, hotter than stanchions for cows. A stdll is wanted that will completely provont tho cows from becoming filthy, and in which tho liquids and solid manures can in no manner get on the animals. at. iioms Republican. Tho patrons of factories who water or skim their milk do liko thoso Italian peasants, who had agreed to fill...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 January 1888

v r , tr ass M JHe Was a Liar From Dead wood. A number of gentlemen wero gathered in, ono of l,U.c ofilces about town yesterday talking on various tsubjucl8. Oradti ally tho conversa tion drifted on to gambling, tiud ,ench ono mentioned somo big games, either fitro or poker, that ho'ihnd qsen. A mild-mnunored liwocont-appparlng youth, who up tfi this tl,mo had been silent, but jflpparontly a deeply interested 11st ,enor, shifted his position nnd oc cupied u chulr nearer to tlio door. By,thls time each one had.told his .experience, and thn youth ovldcnt-ly'thought-lt was tlmo for him to tell what he knew about gambling. 'With a weary and Indifferent yawn ,ho remarked: "You fellers don't call thorn big .games, I hope. Why, you ought to 'havo seen tho poker game I oncot saw up In the Whopp Up country. (The Whoop Up country, you know, is located just across the Montana line, in thp British possessions. .Three men were in tho game. After tho deal the player next the .dealer lookcd.at his...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 February 1888

m r J"! WBimmtmrmml ' nManMWiWMlMuMMM "rffWF'' r4- -v-t w The Ohio Democrat: YOL. II. KO. 33. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1888. TERMS, 1. 50 PEE YEAR. iZA ! it m i is. ta , FV V. ft: & h h s Jp. THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOO AN. Ck Capital, $60,000:00. Deposit secured by Individual Liability of over Foir mini muui'Mm. ..Docs a general banking business. Foreign Drafts nnd Htcamshlp Tickets for sale at low f st rntc. OFFICE, Room Ho. 5, Opera Honse. IiAwnKKOB A. CUi.vkr, President. Gkouoe W. Pum.en, VIco Proit. Ukudkn D, Cui.VF.rt, Cushltr. THE FIRST BANK OFLOGAX, OHIO. Bee Hours from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000, John Walkei't President. Chan. E. liowen, Cashier. Does a general hanking business, receives deposits, discounts pnpor, nnd buys mid sells Exchange. BANK In centrnl room In the James niock. ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, DolliRon Balldlnsr Loir an, O. Collections of Claims, Note and Accounts, Mortgages, Lenses, Contract, De...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 February 1888

WJK "S t .t - u ' &?? f n, 4 r The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Wolves nro BtlU vory numerous In Franco. Alaska. Bhlpi crnnborrtos to onstern ninrkolB. A chauitaulb socloty In Boston glvos mcdlcino to Ino poor. It la said that n blind man la tho best plumber In Kenosha, Wis. New Yonn city has producod a Oorraan .forger 11 f toon years old. Noxt, Ik 16S7 Givat Brltnln mlnod about 150, 000,000 tons of coal to our 100,000,000. A PiiiM of dontlsta in London advortlso that thoy will purchnso old sots of tooth. An '"oxpross" train in Norway runs at tho average spood of twelve miles tin hour. Admiral Porter says wo enn't havo n nnvy till wo build up a morchant marine Op tho 84,000 tnon Vermont sent to tho war not ovor 0,000 nro now living In that State. A Gkoiioia man has producod a now and gentle Bpecios of rodont by crossing whlto and black ruts. The cholera epldomlo In Chill Is decreas ing, mnlnly on account of a lack of sub jects to attack. It is said that Gcorcro IV...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 February 1888

NMM "VWtfy 'pMMMWSttfM X '"-' ' i" iT7i " -rfflrff TfTw i iHWwilBIM il & S1 I .r jk m I hi re The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. COUSINS. X mot her In tho lummor by the loud-resounding boa, And I thought. It qulto peculiar she should waste hor tlmo on mo. when t begged un explanation she devoutly . bowed her ht ad! "I will tell you, yt,uo a follow aftor my own heart," tho sld, I assumed tho post of suitor, as X thought It not a sin To havo her think mo moro than kind, a little loss of kin, For tho fellowship of cousins, if thoy bo of dif ferent BOX, Has forevor boon a troublo and I fear 'twill evor vex. I read to her from Byron In a tent pitched on f , tho Band; Js'JYWIth tho freedom of relationship, I ofton pressed hor hand; Or In a creaky, rattling gig wo Joggled thro' tho lanes Whllo my swootost of divinities shook out the leathern reins. Till at last I looked upon hor ns very tendor friend; Thus man's fellowship with cousins, if they're fascinating, end.), I recalled to my reme...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 February 1888

Ml i w. M I I .-. .-! THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. jJ.W. URESM. Troptletoj A. H. Wilson, - - - Edttoi, SATUPDAY, FEU -1 - 1883 Jiiitcred at the J'onl-uJJlue alLogan (la Secoml-olttas vmtlcr. Sinck "(huro wont out u riuurco from (Jicsiu. Augustus tlitit till the world should be tuxud" thoro lmvu hooii fow luxlawa more odious tlimi tlint which ninkcf iho iioor mini luy oxtrn for food, fuel, buduloUios and tools. If President Corhin had to dig ,ooal for a day or two in ono of tlio Jtt'adinpr company's initios, out miner's faro, sloop in a minor's bod, and witness tho hardships of tho 'lives of a miner's family, ho might have a bettor appetite for arbitra tion. ' Rr.piir.siiN'TATm: Bui'iikaus lias introduced a bill in tho Leiris- )laturo authorizing tho Board of iunnc worics to enlarge tlio eul .vort under tho canal in tho third ward of Logan, so as to carry oil .the water drained through it, and .appropriating any sum necessary therefor .not exceeding ilfteon luin ,drod dollars, lie has also int...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 February 1888

m rjurmrnij,', 3-JT1 IMI 'WWMWTlWn ?( jplp-. ixw SI? "W"'te,f WMMMWMIM nMMMMMi ," - T miMrfi hpwmhi f,iw se wwmiiwwwi.PWK'wi i (LiJW'?nTBj.wFHj;aMiifjjRwwiilr.tiwiWMiAjWJtujuwijui.w MiijBjtwwiMMMwfwiwpri JU i $ c Hi If. S r c Kw i L06AL NEWS. jsjd. l. iriLtoox, ctift miton Six week freeze? Tho ground-hog .seed his shadow. -Cercult Court will convene hero tho 11 ittst. The Country rontls nro reported In excellent condition. Miss Uattlc Houston la visiting friends in Cornliig this week. Dr. McGlaughllu's romedies lire tho best in use Try them. Mr. Fox, of Now Lexington, was in Lognn Tuesday evening. Skating lit tho Elnk every Wednesday and Saturday evening. Prof. Zeru'nnd his ablo support showed In Straitsvlllo on Wednes day. IMIlucro will' succeed liimsolf ns Probate Judge on Thursday next. Adam Klein of Toledo was visiting I)r; Itaney's family this week. Edwin Souther's David Crocket Co., at the Opera House Feb. C, 7 and 8. On Thursday next D. II. Lap pen will take his position as C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 February 1888

I 1. If lit I fPh w t"&y$&rv da A CURIOUS KNIFE. Illitnrj- or n lllmle Tlmt linn Killed 't wen tj-tno Teopte. Ono of tlio detectives nttnchrd to tho Twenty-ninth product hns li bin pos sesion a stllcttu which I said to Imvn ln'oii used in twenty-two murdon, null which was tin) ruin of ouo of the oldosl nnd wealthiest fainlllos In Italy. Tim weapon is kept by tho detective -in n small Iron box at his home. aud u Tcttqram reporter Is the only one who lias handled It slnco it came Into his care, live yours ago. When asked to tell the story of how It enmo Into his possession, tho dotcct Ivo sithh "I wns nn oflluei' on pntrol duty nt tho time, anil, ns my bent was In that district known ns 'Little Italy,1 I tot to know a number of Unhung there. Among them was a tnll, fine-, looking follow niimed Gulscppl Gray euo, and ho mid I were grout friends. Ho scorned to bo better educated than tho others of his Mud. and would stand and talk to mo I j tho hour of lib onco magnificent homo i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 February 1888

mm mrtsmpwf: wmfQfff&WWWVT f fFr-frx"- - ""w""- -'VW v" ' ' fi& -irr i w V llr ib) I f. :.. I tf. 55 k if ii i- m 1 C r ri I la 11.. L..i ta ? t r MARRIED BY AOOIDENT. Man anil Women Who Pontiff Life rnrtnan Untler Rtrancs Clrcnmntiinorik Marriages aro often fho rosti't of ar eidont. It Booms strange, but tho most prudent persons will somotlinca con colvo an Irrcslstlblo attachment at tho suggestion of a yonl or look. When onco under tho spell of tho verb "to lovo" thoy go through all tho forms and finish tho conjugation of tho verb bo foro tho altar. Tho few may give this subject tho consideration It dosorves, but Iho many, thoro la reason to four, aro guided by Impulse. A sklppor of coasting vessol called at tho village Inn and asked tho landlady, a young widows "Do you know whero I can got a matop I havo lost my mate." "I am very sorry for you, Mr. ," she said, smiling. 'I want a mate, too, ahd can not got one. I'll toll you what I'll do; If you'll bo mtno I'll bo yours."...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 February 1888

E'wTUWE , nf'iiWlh iinjlinirf, ,; fc.t ' 'WJ, Sain r.J-A y,1 T p4MrtiMMfhfiiiAMIillWp P m. v fry Sun Dogs In West Virginia. A view of tho western sky t sunset la?t evening (Jan. 10) was well calculntctl to exejto grave cars lu the mind or n drinking man hnt ho wtv threatened with a very vlolont attack of D. T. There was' very judication that nature hud (SUddonly provided nconplo of extra .suns, and that all tliree wero going behind tho horizon in n row amid .a display of tints which would have done credit to a first- class out broak of aurora borealis. The bogus .suns wero about 30 dog. N. aud 8. ,of tho real one, and it was hard to .distinguish tho true from the false. The sight attracted general atten tion, and thcrp woromunysurmlses as to what was wrong with Hie machinery of tho heayens. Tho phenomeno was what sailors who travorso high latitudes call a "sun dog" und is brought about by some poculiar condition of the at mosphere not well understood by scientists. The mostprobubloc...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 February 1888

.m8utmx. .w,':rM."'t&hw!'m&ih.jmt ?. .,&:.& . . m; wiWJte . 'WM y?yl,afe.' fonp v -,- ttT555 gw-ji f --?! m- ygyryi i vet- KE .- : e-L JST-i-L "' " " LlIliwPWWBPBw . -vtB g ttoprppo "frltfp" MVWWHPNII WWWW ii i , i iiiiii iW dswJM ii Si t I f I JW f - & mafJKj ;-iw T" jr., mgifih MmNmnmmmfyi The W-. t?T Democrat OHIO ,rrti, i fi i VOL. II. NO. 33. LOGAN, O,, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4L 1888. m TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. ! 1' ' I f 14- ? 1 h Si. . THE PEOPLES' BANK OF MOAN. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. .Deposits secured liy Individual - " Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs ii general bunking huslncss. Foro!(cn Dmrts nnil Htcamshlu Tickets Tor sals nt low est rates. OFFICE, Itoom No. 5, Opera House. TiAWRRNOK A. aur,vr,n, President. , Grouch: W. 1'trj.t.n, Vlco l'resi. TlKOnBN V. Culver, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Bee Hours from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. iTohn Walter, President. Chan. E. Bowcn, Cashier. Uoes a general bank...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 February 1888

T - ,5 " ll I ml i - ' - ' ' I" ' ' ' ' L" ' fc" s- W WftL -J-p"!' " jpt Vf5i5W-j . 4 kv-?1 TTS "' ' CT-'v I ! J Ml fi THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. The Michigan pcnch buds nro nil right so far. Htiir is tlio namo of a surgeon In Now York. An Ohio man named Ulnmm mnrriod a protty widow worth 1800,000. Who wouldn't bo it Clainmt Coi-oxei. Mosnr, of goon-Hln rftm0i s now practicing law In Caltfornln. Lawes' tricycles nro rented for twenty five conts nn hour In Washington. Bittr-MKNTs of strawberries to tho North havo already begun from Mandarlnn, Fla Tiieiie Is a man In Audubon County, In., who boars tho'sulphurlo title of John Hell. A corr of Eliot's Indian Bible was sold nt auction in Boston tho other dny for 210. Bismauck again calls for a big war ap propriation to maintain tho poaco of Eu rope Histoiiiah BANcnoFT U tho only unofficial person who has at all times freedom to tho floor of tho Senate. J. C. WniTAKEn, tho colorod cadot who had his oar silt at West Poi...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 February 1888

I ' sifi riW-&5, Vtf W1M la"V thM 1- " 13 7. wyn)imr J' W', pro jorf t T X Kt i tf r ? -Vl V" IW THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. MY FIRST VALENTINE. 0, many long, lonif years o jo Whoso lnpso I'll not define, When Ilfo was In IU morning glow, ' Camo my llrst Valontlno. Tho breath of flow'rs, tho song of birds, Framed In nnd out with loving words. Again, nh yen', nnd yot again i I mused upon tho lino A "poser" to my young heart then 'O, ba my Valentino." Hut Rlrt around with mystery's sheen, I queried not what 1; might mean. Nor was I with tho problem tasked, For scorning raystlo sign A handsomo school boy next day asked: "Where Is your Valentine" With chcoks aglow and oyos ashlno, I answered! "What's a ValcntlnoJ" "A Valentine. Why," itammorcd he, "You half confuse a feller; "'Tls whon ono Iotos a girl, you see, "And tnkos this way1 to tell her. "But look In 'Wobstor.' ho will say. ''It means more yot : 'All lover's day.1 O, little maid, your thirteen year Suggested not a-covor ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 February 1888

ny hi miiwwi3iMirf miiiwiiiiyii' , $i W wfP?p ."wfsRWMi-" v.- -Bft'.ib wr 5S THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O; W, B1.EHM, Ffoprlstoi Edito;. A. H: Wilson, SATURDAY, FEB U 1888 Entered at the Post-office at Logan as Second-class matter. A Bimj lifts been Introduced i.o Incxansoiho Dow 1W tux to $300. Pr.iurv Co. will require ,11)0x0 o finish hor court jrmking a total of $182,q0O. $85,000 house, Israel Lucah, tho defaulting Treasurer of Auglaize county, has ,bt'cn arrested at Toronto, Canada. He will boe.turned to Waprtkonota Tor trial. Hon. Br.NT. Eooluston, of .Cin cinnati, died on Thursday at tho Valnut Street IIouso .in that city, ,at tbo xtgc ,of 72 years. Deceased ,was a brother of L. Eggleston, of .this county. On last Saturday a man named J)uffey was locked ,up in Dhawnce Perry Co, on tho chargo of drunk enness, and in tho morning was .found dead in .tho veil. Tho Coro ner says le died from natural(caus- es. The Holmes County Agricultural Society, at its mooting last week,, tabled avwool ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 February 1888

jWM-AI i'U ''Vl Pf9 -"' r ( -k y f, 1 Tr X m. c i'ii I f ,y J X? " J. , '. w LO0AL NEWS, J?Z. H. WILSON, Cttw Editor. Another blizeard. The ground-hog didn't Ho. Will Keynes is confined to his room by illness. Chtis Rose was in Cincinnati several days this week. The revival at tiio Mothodlst church, still progresses. Only ono Juryman has been ap pointed from Perry Tp. Logan has not lacked for Amusements this week. Al. H. Brooke butchered his 760 pound prize pig this wook. There was a dance at Hart man's Hall on Tuesday evening. Mr. Robert Keynes, of tho firm of Keynes fc Wellman, is qultei sick. Miss Lulu Burgess gave a birthday party on Tuesday even ing last. P. Harrington is having his drug store room papered and cleaned up. A letter from our Washington correspondent will bo found on tho first page. The P. O. boys cleaned their windows and are getting ready for valentine day. Wm. Waner was in Cincinnati this week purchasing a new bar .and .saloon outfit. Arthur Wilson made a short...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 February 1888

TT iiT'iIi'iiTi pr $, v jr--- t to TERRIBLE PENANCE. Monk Scnnrcn Their Hare naek Until Hloocl I'tnim from ths Wnnncln. In tlio old days nil nuns niitl monk In Mexico woro compollcd by tho rigid rules of llio ordor to uso tho dlsoiplino on their own naked persons ovcry night nud morning before rotlrlng to and ris ing from tho Iron bedsteads thai woro purposoly made too short and supplied only with a Work of wood for a pillow. Mine. Caldcron do la Barca, In her book on Moxloo, written forty years ago, tolls us all about It. Snys sho: Tim dlscourso appoarcd llko a wropn tlon for tho execution of a multitudo of comlomned criminals. After It they all joined In prayer with much fervor and enthusiasm, boating their brooata and falling upon tholr faces. Tbot monk stood up, and In a very distinct volco road sovornl passages of Scripturo tlcscrlptiro of Christ's sufferings. The organ then struck up Clio "Miserere," and nil of a sudden tho church was plunged Into profound darkness. Sud denly ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 February 1888

"'r,,,t1'" t,.if- -W vw.Vvwwgir:' it . lSj'i'"li!4'2-'ffiiV;".i"XVaifI3 jWyt,-y'qlSfl'MiwiijaRr In'nim iin mini miiiilWii Ml W i n i i. ...Mm mi ii'i mm i nMWMHIriiH i .m ml JaHln W4 " ft r"?y ffi , r- vjr r J 1 1 fWapg if tf ts I 1 s. I c I. A. IV IV 3. if' A, m , s FASHION FOR MULES. Haw Dimension Fonnct ltd Way Into nn Artistic Nebraska Ilausehold. Wo met a sottloi noar Loilgo Polo, Nob., ns ho was wittering his mules nt a llttlo orcok on his way to town. Wo noticed that tho tatl nnd ninno of ono of his initios wns trimmed in tho. high est style, whllo thoso of tho other woro long and bushy. "Oolonol," snld Briar with n bland smllo, "why don't you barber yout othor mule?" A rather sickly smilo spread over the man's faco, and ho replied: "Hud mulos ortor to bo trimmed upf " "Why, they ndaily always arc Don't you thtnk thoyshould bo?" "That's the question. That's a p'lnt my fam'ly is divided on. Julu says thoy should be, tho old woman claims they shouldn't. I trimmed that oil mulo ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 February 1888

tuaium imriiJu jij mmww IP C ! jx t Ti' iyriii u t I K Popular Science. Uriel" 'olcs on n Variety of Interest Jni,' T.oplcs. l'rofttsanr IJiUnsny thinks tlint (Color-blindness is a defect of the brnln instead of the eye. According to tintitrnlNta wnaps remember (ho locality of their, jiests Just ninety-six hours. A mercury plump-bob has lately .been made. It consists of a small .steel rod, bored out and filled with mercury to give weight. A very usoful polishing powder for motitls and glass Is made of finely ground glass mixed witli a small portion of dried soda ni. It has been discovered that wool saturated with a 10 per cent, solu tion of glycerine can bear a pro longed heat of 11$ degrees without injury. Tannin lias been discovered as an animal substanco by M. Villon a French chemist, who finds that corn weevils contain about 3 per .cent, of t. Austrian englndbrs speak favor ably of Gieszl's pilot engjno for preventing railway collisions. It is worked by electricity, under the co...

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