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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 April 1888

;,wbs vmmmjtiwrmBiamtfmf wwwi iimiiw3mimMnm!ixr'mmimin.m9mi,wmmmmmmmtmc & K'f r A . 1X30 AL -NEWS. Spring. Aprlljmowors. Tho Democrats pot scooped. .Everything wont Republican.' Oily Treasurer Hbll, was re .elected. This Is tho season for flsh stories. Chits Keynes spent Sunday In Columbus. Tho Crescont gave a bull on Wednesday. Tim Evans wont to Marietta -on Wednesday. Livery rigs wero In great dc mand on Sunday. Judgo Alfred, of Lancaster, was in Logan Thursday. Emmett Krldor has closed his winter term of school. Mr. Gus Mouzlcr, of Gnllipolls, "was in Logan Sunday. John White was elected As sessor in tho 2d Ward. Miss May Kesslor is visiting in Lancaster this week. The Logan Mfg. Co., have re papered their store rooms. D. W. ITrlosner, of Lancaster, -was in tho city Saturday night. Itoamy Baird, of Bairds Fur unco was in Logan this week. Chas. Gnffnoy formerly of this place died in Montana on 30 ult. Oillcers elected at the spring election will be sworn in on Tues day, i Tho ...

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. — 7 April 1888

.wt.w.i'i,ufcii'rt:'.'.Tife 'I WBJHiu.1 POLITE ETIQUETTE, tiotnn (looil Points for Those Desirous ol Improving Their Manners. To bow to n friund or an aequalnt anco Is a siniplo onough matter, yet nil tho grades of liking, Ml tlio degrees of familiarity, can bo expressed iilto as iBiirely as by the signature to a lottor, nntl more subtly. If you know pcoplo Intimately, your bow and smllo expros intimacy and cordiality; if you liaro a -very slight acquaintance tlio bow is less smiling and moro formal. A bow no longer requires that Inclination of tlio body which tho Turvoydrops of other days used to practice a moro bond of tho hoad is sufficient. No man should how to a lady without complete ly lifting his hat from his head. If he 1ms a cigar in his mouth ho will of course withdraw It. It Is nover good form to smoke whllcwnlkingordrivlng with a lady, unless it were in an nftor dinnor stroll In some quiet country tiolghbot hood. In tow n it should nover bo permitted, even If tho lady wo...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 April 1888

jE5ai vztrZH&fffi'mnpmwwmm f- - Y R STORIES OF BISMARCK. Tha Adolty and Helf-PouMlon or th Iron Chancellor. A recent numbor of tho Antoiogia Ntiova di Uoma contains an Interesting artlclo nn tho political and public ca roor of Trliieo Blsmnrok, from which 1 Boloot a couplo ot anocdotc9, which seem to glo ono a good oxcmpllfloa , tlon of his indopondont and at tlinos audacious disposition. Uismnfck had booh sent by his mas tor, tho King of Prussia, to reprosont him as a deputy in tho restored Diet, which had mot at Frankfort In 1857. Ills sympathies nt thatporlod wore all in favor of Austria, whoso power In tho Diet was almost absolute Ho consid ered her n necessary ally of Prussia In combating tho spirit of revolution which was then so provalont and threatening, not only in Germany, but in most of tho Kuropoan countries, and 'up to that period, under the policy aud leading of Prince Mottornich, in Austria, tho rep resentatives of these two Germanic Powers had usually acted in co...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 April 1888

hMrfiiKilMWtfli. "' '... wuwdMila.' . ii wm,m Bwain.nwMumN wj,. flE ' UOWTITE WORK IS DONE Ttf AT rJOTtFtES Yrlfc WORLD OFTrjfc JETENNIAU jgBIL3. Ilrlof llr.dlplloll of Ilia Methods Kill' p)iijfy1tiitcllor Vlows of tlio Mulling ItDiim, the Store llooui nud tlui lltlltorlal Depot tiiinnl. 'flv advertising depnrtment of nn on ,tfrjv1o of the maKnitmto of tliu Ulncln n.UI Centennial Is no small feature. To herald to tlio worltl tho fact tlio llxpo lt!on Is maturlnft, and to do it tlio most .eltectlvoly, with tlio most reasonable, ottt lay of money, requires both labor and ,11 no dlsqrlminntlon. Tlio committee having thin most lm portaut branch to look after (composed ct A. 1). Clinmplon, chairman; Ii. H. McCommon, l.ovl C. Gooilalo, Henry J, .fintcler and 1'rcsUlent Allison, ex-odlclo,) begun their work last October, nud from tlint time until the present, no relaxation, no halt, has been allowed to Intervene Tho first move looking to systematic .xrork was mado by securing from the gove...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 April 1888

fjfff 'tun nil r . hi ii ii i i m i it 1 1 - S I S Sri ' .'M' VirTwVTiri THE OHIO DEMOCRAT j The Ohio Democrat. LARGER CIRCULATION1 THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. JOB OFFICE.! t til Khuh of, Job Priutlna )it J at LO H'KHT P VICES. 1 More News for Less Money.! fl v?l TOTj. II. NO. 43. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, APRIL 14,1888. Ml rEBMS, SUO PER YEAB. r k THE PEOPLES' BANK OP LOO AN. I'nuh Capital, $50000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over ; v Four "Hundred1 Thousand Dollars. DnotnKcnPinl Imnlilnu IiukIiipmi Knrplun DrnflK mid StcamtOilp TlekelH for milo lit low est rate. OFFICE, Itoom No. ft, Opera House. I.AWIti.NOT, A. (Jui.Vl'lt, 1'ienlilrnl. QKOltOK W. rui.I.KN, View i'rcsl. UKiinn.v I). Oui.vrn, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, OHIO. lee Hours from !) u. m. to !! p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, PrcnUlcnt. Chan. Ii. Ilowcn, Cashier. Does a kpmpiiiI hnnkliiK Imilnps-s htpIm-s iflio'lla, discounts paper, nml ls rind suIIn iXclmnge. HANK In centra! mom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 April 1888

wffanWW'SJTfffffiWIf BURa Mb'mmmht&am, J THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. onio. CURRENT TOPICS. Nr.w Yonic Is to hnvo n bald hondod club. Tiikiik woro 15, 409 deaths In Chicago Inst yenr. Vion rnp.stt)ENT Wiinm.nii's will In bolng contested. Jog JKvrniisoN Is roportod to havo n for tune of 750,000. Knoxvim.e, Tonn., Is going to build n 130,000 city hall. A mam In Now York Is paid 120,000 nyonr for sampling ten. Stuaiit Koiison tins boon on tho stngo for thlrty-ilvo yonrs. It Is so oasy to mako a falluro of Itfo that nny fool can do It. It Is now n ponnl offonso In Alnbnmn to participate In a raffle. Tnc National Itopubllcan Convention will consist of 820 dologotcs. Mr. 1'ownKiu.T has bocomo fully con Tlncod thntstrikog don't pny. Btevknson, author of "Dr. Jokyl," has "lot ontorcd u thentor In ton years. A oentlhman of Orlando, Fin., has n porrot that spoaks throo lnngungos. Tub now dlrontory of Nnslivllla places tho population of that city nt 100,000. Lonn and Imdv 1iAnsdow.se will loa...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 April 1888

t-i Ti5(3 jwitim ammmnimM WMMMtMAHn ,SM -.III. It, M, T" 1 I -" i J done " - i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOQAN, OHIO. i? MV page. Long years to t held within my grasp An open page ft fair, whlto, goodly pngC" Wneroon to wrlto a llfo. I filled It full With Iotb and lovo' sweet ministries, with home, And thd dear homely cares that mako most full A-woman's life my husband's shelt'rlngloTO And tho soft prattlo of a baby's voice. And then! In Tory poafco and restfulness, I closed my eyes and saldi "I thank Thee, Lord, For life." A moment only, then I heard : "A happy, sheltered llfc-but 'tis not thlno." I reached my hand to grasp my treasured pago; r It olosod upon a bnrc, blank sheet no morol '4 1, And still the volco said: "Wrlto." Through falling tears. That blurred tho page and well-nigh hid tho linos, With fainting heart and.falt'rlng hand I tools Jbo pen. It seemed that there was nothing moro To write. I could not fill tho pnge. Ono baro, Bald word eamo to mo as I wrote. That word "Was "d...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 April 1888

TIT" "I'U111 Tp r 4K 1KB MWili I9 V Wet ttm IS! THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. t. V BBEHM. Froprletol Jfebtbi. h.. Am.Wiltton', - . BATttyVA Yt AVR ' l,0rt98 Jintdml at the Post'titlleedt IrfjiiiA r.t at ttecnnu'ouup matter o.itrii! 'Cotumlttuu ' '; ' 3t6otiusr. Tho Democratic Centrnl Comtiilt tdn of Hoiking county will meet in tlio (Joul't ftoom In Lokiiii, en Saturday, April, 21, 1888, 'Hti'o'clock'P.'M.) for the purpose ,o'f fixhiK tho.tlmu of holding the " 4llio County PiflnmrV Election nhd to transact, such otjier Uuslnoss us niny ue nucoHsary, Kvery member of tho committee .. it urged to be present ill person or . by proxy. . . By order of tho Com. v " " J. B. lir ASON' ClmJr. FAiRPtKM) Coijnty holds her Democratic primary, election on the 28th Inst. Tin-; Democratic convention of the Thirteenth District linn been fixed for Hay fl, at Lancaster. Tin: .scientific temperance bill in a law, so that we are to have a text-book touching tho effects of alcohol pn the physical system. As doctor?)...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 April 1888

jUT". I..,. ,,. ymiratpin ,ii1.l.fi.ii.M-jr4jl 'JPTO I. H !) H" V?''.i'i' ' Tv ae I llll I q fclW WX 14 f U ti.1 19 lorn1 ( i tl -.(It (' '. AV V LO0AL NEWS. JSi. li. iriLSOX, CAi EHUo. "zrrr. Oct your spring suits ready. 'Mfh. Jo Rochester I critically illlrf ut . A, tr. Wilson war In Enterprise on Thursday, Will Miller of Columbus was In Logan Sunday. G. W. Brehm has been on ityo sick list this week. Judge Stolnman Is visiting In Oallipolls this week. Tom Johnston, of Fostorla, was In the -city this week. The graduating class have passed the examination. The newly elected Assessors have commenced work. Iffr. Alex Motherwell and wife apent Sunday In Lancaster. The May Musical festival held -at Cincinnati opens May 22d. The Logan Band still adds to Its choice collection of music. Vern Bowen has been engaged as clerk of the Kern pel House. A. II. Brooke was Buffering with a cold in his eye this week. Mr. Jake Weaver moved his family to Columbus on Thursday. Much that will Interest yo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 April 1888

?n"."Jk. sSBSssaeaBaJ n r mnMi OHIO'S CENTENNIAL. A Flood of Pooplo at Marlottn to Oolobrato tho Evont 't-Uelj Reminder of the, Floneer Dnya of the Northwest Territory. niwr DAT. MaiuettA, O., April 8 Tho celebration of tho hundredth tvmilvrrsary of tho settlement of tho Northwest Territory.from which wm enrred tho Stntos of Ohio, Indlann, Illinois, Mlohlgan and Wisconsin, eoramencad hero to-night, nnd will contlnuo throe days. Tho first sotllem under tho leadership of Gonprol Rlifus i'titnnm, tho Korolutlonnry sol dier nnd friend of Washington, Inndcd nt Marl ottivon the 7th of April 1T8H. Tlio city Is richly decornted, nnd Is Oiled with distinguished nnd Biibntnntlal Ruosts. The States of Connecticut. Mnssnchnsotts, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan nnd Wisconsin have ofnclnl commissioner nnd rep resentatives hero, Tho colchrntlon Is purely historical in lu nature, and the only oxposltlon fenturo In a full colleotlon of rare nnd historical relics and American antiquities gathorod from y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 April 1888

r-wppiffg T MMaMivAMMMMxtortH I . . PLEASANT PEOPLE. Thooe-h I he j May Not Ha livable, they Are Alvrar Likable. What r boon to all hla(riondsnndftc quainlnnco n pleasant person 1st It may bo hard to iloflno plensantnoss, but wo flint no tlMlculty In recognizing It when wo incut with It. Hoaaant poo plo nro not always by any moans tho most ndmlrablo of mankind, nor tho most Interesting) for It ofton happens that tho qttalltios In n man which are worthiest of esloom are, for lack of othor modifying olomonts, tho vory ones which make against his agreoablonois as a companion j and a person who docs not impress us as particularly ploasant may novortholoss Interest us vory much by tho display of unusual niontal or moral charaotorlstlcs, or from a com plexity of naturo which seoms to offer Itself as an enigma we aro curious to solve. Pleasant people may not even ,. bo tho most truly lovable, but thoy aro R likablei wo perhaps have no dcslro to mako friends of them, in tho deeper Bcnso of ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 April 1888

hA f..S.SJL, p:..A: s;.!ar''jeJU4JHijfcJi ,fciH in) ri BasKSs: H IMMHIIWJJJW1WHW RyMH'nJI PMWf1 JlVWiHJiMWl.-l-llimilWJWiJtLiULJ LLUU LJ U MJUMJLUJ I JuiiW 1 1JI.WWMIMMI. I1W UIBiaUMJJWULWWU U l HJAMUWWWW 1ww gipjBfc ?' THE KINDEnOAnTEN. JJtlcf Mrtitlcin nf Duo of tlio Attractloni of lo lilc Slum. i 11 jlIIO little folks will liiotbuncKleotcilby the outiincu of the Oln ul ij tint! Ctiitnnnlii) Af,so clnlcd v!th tlio Kilttentlotint Do imrtliiciitwIU bo n Kindergarten, In charge of Miss Loulso M. Taft, Mrs. Killim Wnr den, mill Mr. G N'lppert. Kvery incinlicr of thli com mitten lmvo had o.vperlenco In tlili line, .ami their department will he one of tlio jjnost Interesting uf the entire tlliphty. The homo of this feature of tlio Impo sition will be In tlio roomy nml plctur ,e(iuo tower of thciniln exhibition hull In Washington Park, Just north of the Kim Htrect entrance, nml the exhibit: will be the work ilonu in the different kindergartens of the Northwest, with nmterliil for kinderg...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 April 1888

Ms L c m fi ttwir , R.- T v1- W- if THCttWo beftibcitAT.ri LARGER CIRCULATION 1 rfAM paper in the Valley. UOB' O.FFIOE. i i r t AU itlnflsof&ob grhithigBotic', :More News for Less Money, AAAAJUIAAAAAAAAAAfkAAAAikAAAi TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. at IjO WKSTPltWlSN. AiUtmmiuiA YOL. JI. NjO. '44. LOGAX, O., SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1888. The """ M ' "W " WniU LrLlVlUKA 1 V re . -c & kk THE PEOPLES' BANK "' OPLOOAH. -..a J , tnh Capital, $50,000.00. 1 Deposits secured' by Individual ii - i JjiiiKiuty ottovor i , ,. ' ' ! '.I) J1 . (J '1 ,J1 ,VU f Four Hnndred Thousand Dollars. Does n gonernl banking business, Foreign Drafts ntid Steamship Ticket for sale fit low st rates. ' ' ' ' OFFICE, Room Xo., fi, Opera House. J.Awniwcr. A. Cni.VKtt.'Prcsldenf. ar.onric W. Pm.ijEt,iVlceTrest. i Riiudkn D. Gui.vun, CnsliltT. J THE FIRST BANK OTXOQAfy OHIO. Ice Hours from 9 a.'m.. to 3 p. in. Paid in teh Capital, $50,0.00, i John IVttlkcr, President. Chan. E. Bowen, (ktshlcr. j Does a general banking ba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 April 1888

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. i OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. nmoni is thinking of going on the stags tgaln. Glass spoons for pickles aro coming into fashion. Mr. Sfooner Is tho shortest man In tho U. B. Senate. A statub of McClollan is propoind In Waahlugton. A Lakb BnoRB train lntoly rnn P5) mllos In 00 minutes, Moiimonism scorns to bo taking a fresh grip In Utah. Op tho 8,000 painters of plcturos in Paris 8,000 aro womon. Small stufTod alligators aro now used as jmbrolla stands. Senator PAt.Mnn is a brunctto and weighs 275 pounds. Ladies will wear plaltod shirt bosoms, like men, this summor. Titr. Novn Scotia gold mines yielded about $500,000 Inst year. Senator Evaiits boosts of wearing the shabbiest hat In Washington. A thousand Now York toachers aro or ganizing a Building Association. Tho tallest man in tho United States Bonato is Blodgott of Now Jorsoy. A versatile man In Lao County,Ga., has vainly proposod to sevonty ladles. C. P. Huntington owns moro mllos of railroad than any othor man...

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. — 21 April 1888

h r 6 hr THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. logXn. OHIO. THE COUNTRY EDITOR'S WIFE. Tou havo heard of ths country editor' life, With Its care nnd worry and doubt; Of the shnbby Rentcol of his soody clothes, Of hU diamond pltis, and his oalm reposo. His hnpplncss, money, and gout. Bnt say, have ybu heard of the editor! wlfef " Of that silent conartnor, who, With a blending of sentlmont, beauty and skill, With temparato knotlodgo, with tact, and will, Tho wholo of his labor oan dot It Is sho who embroiders tho garments worn By tho editor's hard old chair, How dressed with cushions, soft nnd neat, And trimmed up with tidies and ribbons sweet, WV 3h onco was so poor nnd so baro. If tho editor's nlolt, or nwny, or bohtnd, In need of moro hands and inoro hasto, Sho directs his wrappers so thoy can bo read, And writes tho leaders right out of her hood, And willingly makos his pnsto. Sho rends the magarlncs, papers, and books, As tho crndlo sho softly rocks', Whllo tho editor sits In his easy chair, With h...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 April 1888

I I. -Jn ,..-.,.H.fa- -f - -., Mi-Ww , '1 CTSB V SP THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, 0i W, BREHM. A.. H. Wilson, Proprietor Editor, SATURDAY, APR 21. .1888, JEnlcrcilalthcPtiit-offlccaiLogau at Second'olass mailer, Tin: Ohio Legislature adjourned ,o.i JIpiiciAy Inst. The present Gon Aoeinbly dur " itifr its lut dnys re-enncted the fourth .commandment of the Do cnloguo, with refcrenco to its ap plications to Saloons, but It is r,o 'marked that the wording of tho .Statute will jnako evasion easy. "Wi: Congratulate tho Democracy ,of Perry County. Now, sinco tho Argus 1ms swung Into lino, the par ty has a local organ of which they need not lie ashamed. Wo hope the Democracy of old Perry will give tho Argun tho rousing support it merits. The Superior Iron ore magnates by judicious holding back have broken down tho prlco of carrying ore by steamboats from Ashland to Cleveland, the reduction having been from $2.75 per toy paid at ono .time last year to $1.75 a ton. This is the way in which labor gets th...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 April 1888

tf A wpwmjwi v 1 1 .I'.liM1 lui Ni? m 40HI0 DEMOCRAT. LO0AL NEWS, JCD. X. irlLSOif, City Editor. ' Light fall of snow hero Sunday, Thad Allen Is in Shnwnce this Week1. ' ' Jim , Smith was In Lancaster Sunday, Ed DaVenport was in Athens Tuesday. , , Will Ackers was in Columbus this week; C. I. Barker is the champion of Athens county. The Misses Bagleya are visit ing in Marietta this week. Tldo Houston, of Floodwood, was in Logan on Tuesday. Mr. Rufus A. Rebor has return ed from his western trip. Mrs. Robert Keynes has been quite ill for the past weok. Dr.'R."V. Hansen of Nelson Vlllo was In town Thursday. Miss Sadie, Pond has secured, a position with J. H. Bowser. A Republican club was organ ized hero on Saturday evening. Mr. Maynard, of the Shawnee Banner was In Logan Sunday. Ned McManigal, of Columbus, was In the city on Wednesday. Joe Bartholow Is excavating a cellar for L. Warner on Main St. ' Col. Reber of West Virginia was in Logan on Wednesday even ing' -Jim Watklns attended t...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 April 1888

laatsmmmmmmmmmmmiimMmmm -- i ' , uf , " " 9'i0t ' e.4 f" V-,1 i 'i METHODS OF FARMING. The IHITerrilrp tirtwerii tliinil mill tiullf. fouit AlntwRvinriit. Thoro nro tunny ways of managing a farm. Every man 19 of course expected to hnvo ways of his own. His Individ uality may show Itsolf In tho construc tion of his house and barns, In tho breed of stock which ho raises, In his personal nppcantncq, stylo of dress, ote. Those things, untoss Indulged to oxtrcmes, do notoffccthls material prosperity. Thoro aro other matters, howevor, which con cern his getting along In tho world which will admit of little latitude. A good farmer will take caro of his property. His buildings aro kept in good repair. There aro no barn doors off the hinges, no shingles oft' tho roof. His gates aro in good condition with propur fastenings. Ho does not climb ovur the fence because It is easier than to open a gate. His plows, mowers, reapers, rakes and harrows nro put un der a shelter whou ho Is through with t...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 April 1888

i W l-. THE WORLD'S DWARFS. IXtei of DlmlnntWa PenpU Vottnrl M Central Attica. At tin Ust mootfnjr; of tho Anthropo logical institute, Prof. Flower, C. 11., director of tho Katurnt HUtory Mu Settni, gftvo a dcicrlptlon of tho two skeletons of Akkas, lately obtained in tho Monbnttu country, Central Africa, by Emln Pasha. Since ihls diminutive tribe was discovered by Sohweinfurth in 1870, they havo received considerable attention from various travelers and anthropologists, and gonoral descrip tions and movements of several living itadlviduals have b6on published, but no account of tholrosteologlcal charac ters has been given, and no specimens havo boon submitted to oareful anatom ical examination. The two skeletons are those of fully grown-np people, a malo and fomale. Tho evldonco they afford ontirely cor roborates the viow previously derlvod from external measuromonts that tho Akkas nro among the smallest, if not actually tho smallest, people upon tho earth. Thcso skeletons are both...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 April 1888

r $Hm(i - t" hit Q vmstanb , ,$T f f T -ip ;3SPJ t ."fy -. n 4jQpL0XS FOR TilE FAIR. THE FESTIVE SPRING BONNET AND fiOOO CljOTHES TO WATCH, J A (llililv llrl's I-eller lo llcr Country Cousin f)n Tlioinw Kvur Drnr to mliilh(t)TThn fittest From Paris. A Stunning lint. I rbw ejine mjv Ideas Ja bonnets the flJhor,(lny. To tho frivolous mind they ere truly oicvftlhg, Although less lin prc&ilyo than a lnten scrvlco or the lofy(jt :nthedral ij-iuilotyn bathed In tho rays ol tho .vesper sun. jlieso particular ,hoiiiiets vern swathed In white tlssuo paper, incused lu white band-boxes mid piled from lloor to celling around tho Mulls of tho room. It was only the "open sesame" of ,Uio press that secured nn en trance to wheio this milliner's treasures are, for It Is still too early to exhibit theso charming creations to tho vulgar gaze of jtho ptildlc. Therefore, dear reader, con sider yourself esperfirily favored. "Hut tho tymnets f" 1 hear you ask, mpntlcutly. They nro udorablc. Fancy a pa...

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