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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 April 1889

JflWjT- " 'i ! I .r I NEGROES AS RISKS. Vliy tho Iiimirnncn (,'ompnnlpu Iilncrlml unto ARiilmt Colored l'ooplo, lint fow negroes carry policies of in Eurnncd upon tholr lives. Tho rensons nro varloua and Interesting'.. It lins been tunply proved that tho Ainorlcan negro Is not so long-lived as tho ttvor ugo whlto man. In tho first plnco, not ono In n hundred has ubsolutoly puro blood. Thoro Is apt to bo some forolgn infusion that may bo generations old. Then mulattocs uro particularly llablo to consumption or lung trouble Tho admlxturo of African and Cucuslan blood produces tin inforlor nice, and only tho blaclc-skinncd negroes nro equally hardy with whlto mon. Uosides, tho negro has not yet becomo thor oughly acclimated to tho North. When to thoso facts aro added tho negro's gonoral shiftlcssness thoro sooms itmplo ciuiso for adlt'criiiiliuitlon in tho Anglo Saxon's favor. Tho industrial insurance companios do not attempt to conduct a dotallcd examination of applicants. Tho rogu la...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 April 1889

m. T"xmfj ifinffltMWiiiffiniM MUKItKmSTmWfmKWRUI1 J lur iififl'iutwiJww'eTmfliiiJrnifijilBWlHiuwmfw.fiuwi!iuuijHii TammwwfJrW iffmrwwrKiw w lewnwwfwmwmmmmrwWLmimr ; jumu una1 hi mmMm I'V'IIWWWWIW ,i'iw ii 1,1 iumwi nn I r X7nnu uiitl Garden Notes. l'rovldo u MijMcicnl uuinbur of l)vgn vifiJit in roHJiik out ns jnnny of the Asiatic clijefcs as pos sible. The flrst pniut in grope, culture, is the. selection of location. Tlio iiillstdo sloping io tiio south jb tlu' host. In preparing ground for grapey, jdccp plowing is host, then follow fi tho Biuno furrow with a sub-soil )1()W. The slow, lazy broods of fowls nro more likely to have scaly logs ilinn tho quick-moving fowls. Ilonco move euro should bo tukon to prevent, Active birds, if confined and not pxorcising, will pull feathers, but the habit i.s onsily acquired from .anyone of tho Hock by the other numbers thereof. There i.s nothing finer for the table than a Wyandotto fowl, if plump and fat. They have yellow legs and ile$h, which ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 April 1889

aff.i..Tf ... t ( i : t c ( -, Tlri flVWVtiV1VWV gf yWTrwwrwwwwvwT'rffww wrry THE, OHIO DEMOCRAT ieOi LARGER CIRCULATION . 5 3 t irl s- r-r-1 r r- ?uvd vjrriuc.j THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. 1M Jtf? o,7b& l'vhttluff Done ' e More News for Less Money. J at TjOWJSST lJUCliS. iAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiUkAAAAAil YOL. III. NO. 43. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, APRIL ,13 1889. HM? PEllMS, $1.50 PEll YEAH. f 1 iifci THE PEOPLES' BANK 4 OP LOGAN. Cash Cnnitnl," ' S 50.000.00. Deposits scoured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs a, Koncrnl hanliini: liiiMncM. Foreign TlniftH mid HU'iiniHlilp Tickets for sale, nt low est rntcK. OFFICE, Room No. r, Opera House. IiAWiiKxcK A. Oui.vnu, 1'rcddent. Ui:oi:i: W. 1'ui.i.rN, Vice 1'rcsl. Hijuiikx D. Cux.viai, Cashier. A mm Ymh kaanw mm Ummmmvmh in Umvm AHK mmw mUw mWwm umh mm mmhw mm m&dUN) 6 We have bought 3 wu :uuu6 h THE FIRST BANK OFTjOGAX, OHIO. Ofllce Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John, Wal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 April 1889

I M THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Evkry French bank has a photograph ot every omployo. Brazil has a prohibitory tariff on hand organs and monkoys. Kino Milan's last official act was to ilocorato his cab drlvor. A TArsn printed on a typowrlter has been started at Ltkoly, Cat. A St. Joseph (Mo.) lad rldos a pony that wolghs only 130 poundB. DnniNO tho civil war 207 Union soldlors wero ozocutod for dosortlon. The Emperor of China has ten men vvho9a solo duty is to carry his umbrolla. Postmaster- Gemiral Wanamaker car ilcs llfo pollclos amounting to $1,300,000. Freside.vt IIahrisox holds family prayers In tho Whlto Uoueo ovory ruorn imj. An Atchison pollcomnn named Baskott nrrostod a man named Poackos tho other day. TnK King of Grooco buys his clothos in London. Tho Queen buys bora In Paris. ABontiKOTON County (N. J.) man Is ap plying for a ponsion, a post-olllco and a divorce. Tub Sonato of Tonncssco has passed a hill roqulrlng tho registration of votors In that State ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 April 1889

r ' .4 HIS NAME IS LEGION. tlo springs up lllco ttecdslnadoldof potntocs, Ha grows up lllio grass whero tho oohl w ators llo, Ho's multiplied thick, like tho scocls In toma toes, Ho's wltloly tllftusod na tho stars of tho sky; IIo's floating round thick ns monts In tho sun beam, As thick ns tho rain whon tho dolugo began; IIo's thick as tho shadows that follow tho sun gloom The only original Harrison man I j llo gomes la legion From ovory region This thick multitudinous Harrison man I O. ho' thlckor than bees In tho buckwhoat and clover, He swarms llko mosoultoo In Jcrsoy ; ho flies Lllco the black cloud of locusts that swarmed Egypt over, So denso that It darkened tho light of tho sl.Ios; O, ho comes In groat droves, llko n buffalo In vasion, Ho comes down In hordes, llko a wild caravan, Ho comes from each party and sect and per suasion This only original Harrison man I In a groat Inundation Ho floods tho wholo Nation This only original Harrison man I And ho wants to go up and gove...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 April 1889

rumnwrmmrmm MHMHf vtMwmuRRmvTRnwi wuiwwiiiim BMmWHrwnrwmmmnMwMWMmi THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, G. W. BBEIUJ, A.H.Wilson, - - rroprloto! Editor. SATURDAY, MARCH !)(), - 188!) Jin tcred at the Post-office a I Logan an Second-class matter. County Announcements. Tlio following named poisons lisivo announced tliclr names ns coiulldates for the sovontl unices mimed and solicit tlio suppport or tho Democracy at tlio Primary Election to bo held May 1, J 88!). Representative. JOHN KISTLER, of Mnrion Tp. JIENRY HANSEL, oFrtlls Tp. willia'm P. PRICE. "W. W. McCRAY. JAMES ORAFFIS, .of Murion. Auditor. "WILLIAM l- 110WEN. .CHARLES W. SCIIWENKE NELSON ARMSTRONG, 'of Perry. Sheriff. WM. J. McMANIGAL, or Ward Tp. DANIEL "W. -WRIGHT. JOSEPH HAFLER. PIERCE BRIGHT, of Mnrion. ROUT. E. PREY, of. Starr. DAVID KARSIINER, of Salt Creek. Commissioner. "WM, II. WOODRUFF, of Green Tp. DAVID "WOLF, of Marion Tp. Recorder. DAVID. M. 0'IIARE, for 2nd term. Corn or. ENOCH G. MARTIN, of Washington Tp. DANIEL HEFT. -Infirm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 April 1889

MnaaawMBH. iifta !Thltt paper goes (opresa al8 o'clock Friday evening. 'THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, EI). L. lriLSOX, CUg Editor, April. piit April Rlclct nro fair lo koo When Aprll'H mm la lienmlng Anti fulr tholiiulilliiB flowerets bo Though April Bhowcru nro Htrcnmttig! "VVo lmvo no ulnmo for omUlrn atorniKj For fickle, cliniiKltig weather. AVo know tlint April's lenrs niul unities Aro ntwnya nenr together, 80, though shepoilts, niul hides her face, Anil shake hcrtllmplctl slionlilor, Vo novcrchlilo hor wilful nys Orfccl our Ihvo grow colder. For well. wo know, suoh moods will pas And tiiun hcfoie our vision, Alllhlngswlll shtncln beauty now, Willi tints mid hues olyslim. Sot out your trees. Letdown yournwnlngs. Main street needs scraping. Sharpen your lawn mowers. Court adjourned in Athens on Friday. LiGcCrcsap spent Sunday in Lojjau. Fred Gompf has returned from the West. John Smith lias sacrificed his mustache. V. C. Lowcry was in Athens Tuesday. E. 13 Comly was in the city T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 April 1889

ip, IM R THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO ON THE EAST COAST. "Wo ro In God's hand, now Btrnncd, now, looks this llfo Ho makes ui loud." It. IJrownlrg, (Anilroailol Sarto.) Too boat went out with tho elili to sea, i That Juno-tldo In tho moridnir. My bonnyboys wbtciI their hands to mo.O That Junc-tldo In tho morning, I Rtoort and wntched thoin from tho door, Mr bonny, bravo boys enmo baolt no moro, That Junc-tldo In the momlnc Tho sun shono bright and tho wind vi3 low, Tliat Junc-tldo In tho morning; And I ltl6sod thorn ero I bade them go, That Juno-tldo In tho mornlnR. Tho loaves woro younj? upon tho vino When my boys' warm llpi woro pressed to mine, That Juno-tlils In tho morning, I watched tho boat as It loft the bay, That Juno-tldo In tbo morning; And over until my lStost day That Junc-tldo In tho morning Comes back to mo when tho sklos nro clear And tho rosos bloom yot I felt no foar, ThatJuno-tldoInthe morning. A mist camo up and it hid tho sea. That Juno-tldo In the morning. Iil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 April 1889

l-.umu,-;.,:. M WMMHIMmAij iiijHltiMiiUttawU k A ft T ABOUT BIRDS' EGGS. Xntereatlnc Fnct Coneernlnc Their Com poiltlon nnd Formation. Effgs iiro composod of two principal parts, tormcd, from tholr color, tho yolk or vltollus, and tho whlto or al bumon. Tho latter does not oxlst in tho ovarium or ofjr-bap;; thoro, as wo may sco in almost ovory fowl that comos to tho tablo, la also a numerous collection of yolks of various bIzos'. Whon theso aro fully dovolopcd, thoy drop, ono by ono, through a passago termed tho oviduct into tho uterus, in which tho ogp Is porfectly formed, hav ing collcctod its albumen or white, and its calcareous shell, and from which it is ultlmntoly oxpollcd. Tho vory expeditious growth or pro duction of tho whlto of tho aholl is an extraordinary exertion of nature a vory fow hours only being sufllctont to produce It, Tho toxturo of tho sholl is admirably calculated for preserving tho contained parts, and for retaining tho heat that is convoyed to thorn by incub...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 April 1889

IMJ1 I'fllUI IIJKVWI HWUM WWULLUIMMRfl! MIV otjttvjitwwniiiwji.nwwii u mri'wmiwwignwf n.w wkhiw inii'i,wuiijKWmwi'Ji,wwwi,iii,mi ! nil jmwwigiwwtftuiiiiii wiwiumw umiuijwijMiujaiiwm'm.M.MWiPWWi iiiihjjm,ihmjwiii .AWMt.ijiu'mi,mMH..iull ,w .,iun unwjim'f'n.", jiwun. g"www.miujnmw JfYR T.O WAXAMAKElt. Ho. Orders a fin it; uf Clothos Ki'o.m iljo Vostmastpr tonoral (Anil itrvftMR .trrttlniiiilly ton Post. onlec, Hoiilnir Hint (ho 1'. M. Will All"'i'l to tlio l're ttlciil - - Loral Jfetr York Nrws--Oiio Sell" Jin tie 31 ait IViiiikly Writes to Another. Written for tho Plain ijkamu'.. ST. l'ATttll'K'H IUV, IN Till! ( Quay or Kajii.y Mohsixo. j Onn. J. Wiiiiiunnkor, AVusliing- jton, D. G. Dear Sir: I called .at your Ronpr 1 storo at I'liilndclnhlii wliilo In your ctty. in order to sdouIc to yon ns between man and man jn re gard to a now ready made suit of clothing which I contemplated gro ing into this spring nt an early ditto, I was shocked and chagrin ed to learn that you wore not at jlt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 April 1889

y"yy n iirm irnMHI -.Mnpfay?"ij I THE OHIO DEMOCRAT 3 The Ohio Democrat. 5 LARGER CIRCULATION I THAN ANY PAPER IS THE VALLEY : 3 ' if n !JOB OFFICE. , ; All "Kind of Job Printing Done ' I More News for Less Money. kAAtjrif LOWEST FltWISS. 5 lAAAAAAAAAftAI VOL. -in. NO. 44. LOGAN, Om SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1889. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR, lPrp(W THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAN. Cash Capital,' $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over, .-v4-"''--. Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Door n Kencrnl banking bMmrVi. foreign T)rnft nncl Slcnmslilp TIckfilH tUrtmlo nt low est rales. H'lUOi f -!'' ,. OFFICE, Itoom No.-,,. Opera Honso. VIA JJAWitKKCK A. Cur.YjcittiPrciildcnt. UKonais W. 1'ui.i.rn, Vlco Prcst. llEtj)'R.U. Cur.VKit, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OFZOGA3T, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 a', in. to 3 p. in. Paid in flash Capital; $50,000. John'' Walker, President. CItas. JET. IlouxSn, Cashier. f i T)ocsa Rcncrnl banking Iiignes, receives JeposltH, discounts pnper.-ilml buys und sells Exc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 April 1889

y,H ni nut iwi aw nH?mrmmitiq0mtm r,TTfTTHn i , v THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Fat Eoan says Hint ho Is not afraid of a Chill reception. Patjlbu CnAlLLtt Is trovollng lor his hoalth In North Africa. J Thr lntost Aroostook County (Mo.) doll. Cncy Is "bumble boo pie," Tub total cost of the war of tho robolllon was nbout $7,000,000,000,000. Pimxcb Kaiii. Lumvia, of Wurtoinburg, is n dentist In Now Orlonns. U.n OLE Bam makos a profit of four conts on ovory nlckol put Into circulation. Miss GisonatA Uattan Is tho sugRCstlvo name of a young Oregon school tonchor. Vlt,rnED WoODnor 9 was cloctoJ by tho Mormons to succood John Taylor as Pros Idont. West Foist endots aro paid $500 a year, and on ontorlug thoy must bo botwoon 17 and SI. No fewer, than sovon thousand horsos aro slaughtorod yoarly In tho markot of Borlln. In ono small district of Japan 1,178 horsos woro slaughtorod last year for ujo as food. The Royal Acadomy In London has defi nitely docldod not to open its doo...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 April 1889

TS PnsF'v.,r ( - -. i in ! urn .ii-iiiimi,iiMuiinnirnfiniT!iriTiiiivrwfiini i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. -OGAN, OHIO -t s THE REASON WHY. We wondorcd why Ol nit the merry maldons of his station, Of nit tho lovely lassies of Ills sot, Ho'd chooso with whnt scoraod poor discrimina tion A nondescript botwoon blontlo nndbrunetto, In fact, n simple guy Not halt as sweet as other girls ho'd met Wo wondcrsd why. Wo wondered why For ho him self was handsome, rich and blooded, Aristocrat from cranium to too, Ills ovory hourwlth compliments was flooded, Thcro lived no man tho Ifalr ones flattered so. Yet with Uils guy, This commonplaco young damsel, ho would EO- Wo wondered why, Wo wondorcd why no took her to tho opera, balls and crushes, To everywhere, In fact, his world was found; In vain for him girls blushed their prottlost blushes And throw their fetching ooquotrlcs around. Only this guy Boomed to suit him to tho very ground Wo wondered why. We wondered why And acting on tho impulso put tho quor...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 April 1889

"r Xy!,,,lw'1w Knnn&mxtwMrrtr&Mmiwtva&mmMi ftm wpmer ymafci-iJa-ww'wwm'Ww.wBnwTWifW 32S I:, W I 1 '' f r' : to .. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. .q.w.intEHM. A.. H. Wilson, Proptletot Editor. SATU11DAY, MARCH 30, - 1689 i Entered at the l'o&t-ojfice at Logan fls Sceotidrrtass mailer. County Aimouncemoiits. Tlio following named persons havo announced their mimes us .candidates for the sovcrul ollleos jnimcd nncl solicit (ho suppport of tho Democracy lit tlio Primary flection to bo hold May -1, 1889. Representative. JOHN KISTLEU, of Marlon Tp. HENRY HANSEL, of F.ulls Tp. VILLIAAT P. PRICE. V. W, McCRAY. JA3;li:S GHAFF1S, of Marion. Auditor. WILLIAM F. BOWEN. .CHARLES W. SOIIWENKE. NELSON ARMSTRONG, ofPerry. Sheriff. WM. J. MoMANIGAL, of Ward Tp. jDANIEL W. WRIGHT. JOSEPH 1IAFLER. PIERCE BRIGHT, of Marion. KOBT.B. FREY, of Starr. DAVID KARSIINER, pt Salt Creek. Commissioner. WM. II. WOODRUFF, of Green Tp. DAVID WOLF, of Marion Tp. FRANCIS J. KREIG. Recorder. DAVID. M. O'HARE, for 2...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 April 1889

7 1(Hlwg ijfcgltC ft? mfWtl ijillULnatolUiijlllJIJTJUIuatl . ' .n - if s V n 1 ;;' i r i i i w tv1- V r . 1' A I , iritis jfapcr goes to press at X o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, jan. Jj. iriLsox, cttjt umtov. Tho painters Hint coino In tlio uprlng, Tra Irv, They prnmUo ti miiko tlio liuuso ulilnc, Anil Bimttcru nrourrd them I hey Ming, 'Tro. In, From tlio poU and tiiocnnn thnt they bring, Trn In, Wlillo tlio irWlevvnulicrs stuck out tlio lime, Wlillo tho wMtewnslicrs ilnlly a Itli lime, And Hint's why 1 shudder to think nrtlio ring Of Inry home irilntcnthntcotnrfln tho spring, Ten In-ln-hvln-lu-lnl To-morrow is Easter. How's this for April ? April 20th. is Arbor day. Miss Jcssio Wlii to Is at homo. Ed Collins wtis in Logan Sun day. Tim Evans was in town this wock. Miss Nell Work has returned home. John Murphy, of Delaware, is at home. A. II. Wilson was in Columbus last week. Chns. Work drove to Athens Saturday. P. S. Pursell was in Columbus on Friday. Sheriff...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 April 1889

i fWjnAan,TnwTrxMVNTiiiiiuiiiiiiii EASTER'S ANSWER. 0K3 aoalU end Kilt Doos earth ccinploto tho store? I' Is there no hoqucI to llfo s broken tnloT Bounds tlicro no call, Fraught with tho hopo ot glory, From out tho gloomy 8b aJows ot tho valo? i Lives thoro no seer Whojo cyo has plorccd tho gloaming, And wrung from It, reluctant, tidings brlchtf Can wo hut fenr, That niter wenry roainlnr. Death has no recompense! tho tomb butnlghU Tho countloss host, For whloh dontVs Ratm keep swinging! Tho loved ones, for whom othor loved ones , weep: Aro theso all lost) And Is affection flinging To friends omhraccd io an eternal sleep! If this U nil If when Uio heart stops throbhlng, And all tho whcols ot holng ceaso to roll It this Is nil, And llfo ends with earth's sobbing. And "dust to dust" was "spohou of tho soul," Then miiBt wo loathe Tho powers that malto ltnown STjd soul's capacity for higher Joy ; Thon must wo lontho Tho honrt's affections sown But for tho frosts of wlntor to destroy. No...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 April 1889

'f sw, -j.jatitaiBaj v mummuimmiuMtMWMmH Kt9&aWUJW(,fMllfim '' v- HOW SOVEREIGNS DINE. Tho Vlnnds rroforroil ly Some of th World' Oroitfc Mormrchs. Boglnnlng with tho offshoots of royal houses, It may bo mentioned that tho Duo d'Aumnlo has a Fronoh outslno onion Boup for luncheon and housohold broad; tho only luxury ndmlttod Is ohooso mndo o( thoflnest cream. With tho Comto do Purls tho cuIhIiio Is English and bourgeoisie so M. Honlgnc says, though tho custom of taking soup for broaltfast is surely not English. In tho morning ho uses English, in tho ovonlng Fronch pinto, and his favorite wlno is Astl. In Itnly tho court dines around a tnblo covered with a magnifi cent sorvleo in gold; it is tho only tuxury; thoro aro no flowors, and the dishes of tho country nro invariably served nbovo all tho frltto, composed of a foundation of nrtichokos, llvor, brains and cocks'-combs. Tho Empress Victoria adheres to tho old English fashion, but has used moro milk ovor sinco tho first symptom...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 April 1889

. &tTfg Wjytc.wtOMinTt'war vum.irmjmn. i MimitW&JMWtm MMnmmai "- OUR EDUCATIOHAl COLUMN, JHTooJciiig County Tost Qhoh- i'n iologyh ygiene. 1. Define Physiology, ilyfricno. 'Vyiiy should wo study Physiology? 2. Nitnio tho systcjns or organs in tho lnimnito body. 3. $Tuino tho clifForont dlRt'sUve fluids, tuul tiUtfe the purposes they .servo. J. Nnmc nud deflno tho glnnds of jtho skin. 0. What are ilgnmanta? Inwhnt viiy is nir cliinjgrccl by respiration ? (i. Tell nil you c$n of tho eapll arlesj their structure and function. 7. Describe the struoturo of tho Jiuinnu oar, and the oftluo of each part. a. uivo the composition oi tno bloo.d. Xamo two kinds of blood. 0. Giv.o, three reasons why food should bo cooked. 10. Discuss tho effects alcohol jupon tho humane systom. THEORY AND PR A CT1CE, 1. Define inductive and deduc tivo reasoning. 2. Ayiint motliods liavo you used ' to teach pupils how to study? ", .3. What traits of character .should the teacher cujtivato in his pupils? 4...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 April 1889

f VOrVTtHfWVVTVTWVWW THE OHIO DEMOCRAT P" M '" J LARGER CIRCULATION j THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. More News for Less Money,? L- r, TERMS, 81.50 PER YEAlt. i f m EJOB OFFICE.' All Kinds of, Tab J'vlntliif Done lVAA"AAVi.CiA'i1UVAAAAA YOL. III. NO. 45. LOGAK, O., SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1889. tjj a i -Oi ta b, r- m. . N i I I I IN I H V I If Hf A P I J gri THE PEOPLES' BANK or LOOAN. Cash Capital, s?."o,ooo.o(). Deposits secured by "Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. DopsiiRiMiPiiil Imnklim tiin-liH"". Vorolsn 3)niflH mill Steamship Tickets for mlo lit lnu -est lutes. OKPICK, ltnom No. fl, Ojicrn House. iMWIIKNL'i: A. ClM.VIIIt, I'll'sllll'lll. til OitllK W. l'lTl.l.l'N, Vll I! I'll"-!. ltiiuiin.v 1). Cui.vnii, I'liMhior. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, Oil TO. OJllco I Tours from !) . m. to !! p. in. H Hi W1PP1 fffRiffllH Plllllf 111 mm tl mm lb la y II I i 1 m 1 w la if &A r ate? wsj t?131 n 'jm K x. a-P x ss r ui oa WMl MS BOSH ?"iV 1 & -J J aznBimjtJAU-ARC...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 April 1889

E I ajumi jtwuiwiuiiiiiMwaaiMi THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Coi.MNSVit.Li:, III, rankos 150 dozen cow bells dally. Somehset County, Pa., has n plnco oallotl Foevlsli Hollow. Dlockto.v, In., lma a now paper cnllod Urlar's lliizz Saw. Louisiana, Mo., has a Clmos club. Tho members oil talk ut once. The highest ponk In Now Oulnoa Is to bo named after Win. li GlndUone. The examining surgeon, in tho ponslon servico aro paid $1,000,000 r year. Fannik Edgaii Thomas, tho latost poot of tho West, is young and pretty. Amo.vq salaried actresses Ellon Terry tlrnws tlio blsgtstpsy-600 a week. TiiiitTY-HtX young ladlos roccntly giad untoil as physicians In Philadelphia. Ovkb 118,000 Iowans woro bom and roarod In Illinois, and 112,000 nro natives of Ohio. A son of Admiral Fnrrngut is modostly working as a clerk in a Now York count ing room. A system of propelling stroet-cara by compressed air is In operation In San Francisco. A Philadelphia connoisseur In eating lays that niuskrat...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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