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VOfj. I. NO. 2.
LOGAN, O., SATURDAY,- NOVEMBER 27.1880.
TERMS, $.1.50 PER YEAH.
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THE PE0PLES, BANK
or L0OAK. . ,
C'nsli CupHiil, - $50,000.00.
Deposits secured bySJntllvIdual
JjiiilflUty of over
Four Hundred Thousand Dollars,
Dors n pnnernl blinking nnilnrnii. rnrelirn
Jlrnftn unci HtPinnxlilp 1 leltuts for mile, lit low
OFFICE, Room So. 5, Opera Housci
I.AwnnNf-i-. A. Cri.VF.t:, l'reildcnt.
Qr.oimn.W. I'ui.r.KN, Vlco l'l-cl.
Hi'.uhkn I). Cur.vi'.it, OHilor.
THE FIRST BANK
of IjOGAx, ojrro.
Office Hours from 0 n. m. to If p. m.
Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000.
John Walkur, J'rrsirlr.nt.
('has. R.Jloiven, Cashier.
Docn penoral banking IhisIium, receives
dproMO. discounts paper, and luiyo rind hjIIh
XyHANK In eentrnl room In tlie. .lames
G. W. B.REKM.
Attornoy-at-Law and Notary Public,
C'ollei-tlon.oi-Clalin-. Not cm and Aerounts
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.lOriKHKl, I.eUM'F., lilllliU "I uvni'i , .in.
Meelmnle's I.Iciik, Ai, dr.iun unit nrKiiiml
edfied. Partition of I.niid.s, Power, roieelos
uronf Mortir.e-iiitiil I.Ipiin attendid I". Ah
Mrnels of Title, fiirnlyhcil. I'robnt't llu-lnes,
Saleof I.aniN liy r.M-eittnri, Administrators
Unardlaii'-, AvMifncih or Truntpci, iiml their
nri-mintfs mul Hpttlcmcnt predated.
1'r.NsioN.i axk jm-ucask or Pensions
Onr.MNKn kou Kx-Soi.nir.i'.i ash Tn:iit
Widows on Minoii Cnn.iiitn.v, Nrni.i:crr.n
UK llK.IISl'i liH . I.AI.Mrt l,Villl.li .11 II. li, rt.n
AM. IiAW M ATTKIIft HKSKKAM.V.
mice FPPoml l'loor Collins Illoclt, l.o;;:in,
. Ilnoiiio No. SiS 4.
Ofilrp Srconil 3'loor Colllnx Itlnrk, Kntims
O. V. II. V.'nioriT, (!. II. '.n;nii ai:s.
WRIGHT & BUERHAUS,
O trier Fernjul Floor McCarthy Mock Front.
EL WW. WEST,
FIRE AMD LIFE
Tho Lowest HntPH unit Ucst Companies.
Ppprlnt AttPiit for The Noith Western Mu
tual Life, cr Milwaukee.
Monty t I.ouii on I'lrst MorlsnircB.
Offlro In llolllion Jllock.
t j ,
Physician & Surgeon
omco In Frank Kesslcr'K Building, Mnln Hi.
ltrsldoncc on South utile, of Second St, third
Z. V. RAMSV,
Oftlce over ItochPNtPr Kons i-lore.
Tdli Extracted Without Pain!
Teeth InhPrted on rubber and motal plutcs,
mid nil wuik warrautL-il.
N. IT. BLOSSEIl, M. I).
5peelHl attention Klven to dbeiiKen or wo
men nml children.
f ar-Oftlee, omi door west or ArmHlroiic'H
Tlnritore, Main H treat, Logan, Q.
' H. G. CAMPBELL,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Ofllpo onn door West of Work A Ilaker'H
Tin Store, J)Kim,0.
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1. 0. WRIGHT
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
OOlco Norlliwpht ror, Olty llulldlnii, I.hfc'iiii,
J. H. BYE,
7'iirswiA.v i0 fiunajiox,
ortlefland Itohti'iicu with Dr. Junitt, t.ltllc,
Mnlu (Hrpol, IiOgmii 0.
MAIN STIIEET HOUSE.
l.OOArf, 0(110 -
Wm. Wootlako, - - - Prop,
TcnrwOnn I)oIliir por Day, flooil lUionis,
'If Tbtyi'JI mipplleil. Trunl.nt Mimls 'S rH,
'a yrtrirtvfnHiIHiIuKciuin Mtl'H-'llvfl,
iii.ti.W..,,. A I, ,. .--
t , ll llf f
In' tlie Opuni
C . i
iiiiiiu iieiiv.v iiiuii ijiiniiin ;il,j
splendid wearing, ipo.oO, .'flLod & !ji7. j
All wool Ctishinero and Worstotls
ironi b to i dollars.
Very line Rlaek Diagonal Suit.1
from 12 to lo dollars.
Splendid bargains in these goods.
Come and examine them.
H $'2. and 2.W. Double-Breasted ifiUO
2S"I3 C J-CTVTS
Men Want Wives Who Can
Conduct; a Household.
Hundreds of thousands of women
tiro at present wearing themselves
out in cities sewing for a beggarly
pittance, that being the only em
ployment, of which they are cap
able, while comfort and respecta
bility are within their reach if they
spirit independence and gumption
enough to conduct a household on
what a self-reliant, sober, industri
ous is inauablo to earn. Many thous
nnd men know froni.bitter experi
ence that $1000 a year is not a suf
llcient sum to support a family
with the present average Ameri
can women at the helm, and yet
tho average earnings of the skilled
mechanics in the United States do
not reach $800 a year, so that sober
second thought causes every pru
dent young man of limited income
either to marry a woman who is
his inferior mentally,, but a jewel
in tho kitchen, or defer marriage
until ho has amassed a competence
or can marry a fortune. If ho bo
of an emotional nature, he may
throw aside prudential considera
tions and wed a pretty face a smat
tering of music, etc., and a pretty
foot ami awaken a few months la
ter to iiml that he has also mar
ried sloth, superficiality, headache,
lie-do u lou re u.v, kidney troubles,
hysterics, cheap sentiment, gossip,
Sickly, distressed children, an un
governed hired girl, extravagance,
fret fulness, insensibility to noble
aspiration, over-weening solf-coni-placency,
arrogance, general mis
ery and anything eiso that may
have escaped from Pandora's box,
all this ho is expected to support
on a salary of from 00(1 to .$1000
a year. If ho hasn't courage lo
throttel the hydra soon after the
honeymoon lie struggles along for
a tlmo and then succumbs lo saloon
attractions, or tho landlord, butch
er, Imkor, grocer, haberdasher and
tailor uiiiht contribute to Hie sup
port of the family, and hell in any
event broods over tho household
and embitters iho lives of the in
nocent offspring, flat it is only by
tho merest chance that he is able
to throttel it, for.ti weak woman is
harder to eontpior by argument
than a stubborn uiiilo is by the
lush. If the secret history of ev
ery household could ho known the
world would bo astonished tukrew
the number of high resolves that
have been wrecked by women too
weak to iindprstimd one noblo as
A M Bn3GJ3E5)ffiy
Adi!km$m W feo
House has ISTew and Wlcgant
Latest Styles, in
Fall Stock is now Complete.
Vo can jjlvo you KKTTJCR GOODS and LOWER PRICKS than any
othur Ilouiiu In tho Hot'kiag Valley. K.vaiiiino pootln bought of urf 1)0
forc and hoo for youraolvos. WAVE MONEY and buy whero you can
depend on what you are getting. "We buy direct from the nianufact
uroi'M in the best Clothing House in the United States, as elieap as any
one in the country, and can sell you goods Cheaper than any house in
OYERCO AT S-
A good wearing substantial nice
Overcoat for .2.2". T-'incr over
cotits from above named price up.
"We have a splendid lino ami can
Uritivo you money
w iimii !! I m ii m in iwii
'Winter odd coats
Hoys' and Children's Suits
irO.fil), .fl.OI), $0.00, .f.")..")0 and
These are Splendid Ooods.
3-XJLTS! KATS! I-JCA.I'S !
Our aloe: of Hats in immense, mul w ix our trade on them. WIFYi
JiveaiifC ire eat) save you from JO to ,W per ecnt. on (( nice. Hat. Wc always
hare the latent iityle.v. New hut received almost daily! Come and examine
them. ' ,
Special inducements in underwear! Largo and
Undershirt.- at '.I'k. Oood heavy Merino goods at ",0c.
(Wc. All wool white, scarlet and fancy mixed from $1.
piration of life a smoothiii
thoutrh she may be able to
on the pavement two hours ami
view a procession or walk five miles
on a slumping -tour. And the last
thirty years have generated ten
times more of these weakling wo
men than the eighty years of the
Republic which proceeded them.
They wore once culled help-mates
but now they might more appro
priately he termed obstructionists
who obstruct and but seldom offer
a substitute in the way of interest
ing and instructive companionship
or furnish examples of lofty wo
manhood for their daughters to im
itate. Curious Fact Regarding
' "Rich" Mortar.
In conversing recently with one
of tho oldest and most successful
contractors and builders of Chicago
I learned a very curious fact in re
lation to mortar. He says that the
mortar in tho interior of walls, es
pecially if it be what is called "rice"
mortar, is liable never to harden,
but to contain its soft consistency
even for centuries. This can only
happen where the interior wall is
hermetically scaled against the ex
ternal air. This both arrests evap
oration and shuts oil' the chemical
operation of tho atmosphere. My
informant said that in England,
not long ago, an architect dug in a
thick stono wall 80(1 years old and
took from between tho interior
stones soino mortar as soft as i was
tho day the wall was built; nnd ho
himself has mado somo discover
ies of the same character. Any
one, ho says, who doubts thp possi
bility of such a thing can easily
satisfy himself of it by putting
some rich mortar into a glass bot
tle and hermetically sealing it. Ho
will find that It will never got any
Juu'dor than when it was put Into
It. This curious fact about mor
tar may bo the explanation of some
hitherto Inexplicable and horrible
casaltles that have taken place
by tho sudden collapse of groat
Why au,WonTen,, is
Never Woman's Woman.
Men say they cannot understand
why a "man's woman" Is never a
"woman's woman." JJocauso a
man's woman is not a woman's
woman, men invariably put tho
ciiiisesdoiHi to slbtcr woman's en
vy ami Jealousy. Though there are
..S.n.n.jiwiiv. .'i'IMi: r.w-..i,.t.A'U.ri,i. crui
Woods and the
on an Overcoat.
AVool mixed at
i hundreds whom this double-faced
cap fits, women world as a whole is
neither envious or jealous. Of ex
ceptional cases I do not speak. But
men never realize ami never can
be taught that a man's woman "has
two faces under a hood," one for
men and another for women. Do
my male readers, it I have any, be
gin to see chinks of light now?
They should after that last sentence
A man's woman, with men, is
bright, animated, entertaining,
coaxing, toadying or tallying, as
the case demands. Put her with a
women and she is a poke. She
won't do this that or the other.
She simply yawns through time
until tho return of the coat tails. It
is an almost invariable rule that
the woman most liked by man is
least liked by her own sex. The
reason why I've just been telling.
A certain Houston judge is very
learned and dignified, but some
what absent-minded. He has tin
almanac in his office with a blank
piece headed: "Things to be re
membered." This blank piece he
has tilled out with the following
To wasli my face. 4
To put on a clean shirt.
To damn Grover Cleveland.
To pay my taxes,
To sottle board and washing.
To shave myself.
To thank God for his blessings.
N. 1$. Tho Judge has private but
reliable information that the Pres
ident is not going to make any
chango In the olllce for which tho
Judge is an applicant.
Wateh The ElVcts.
The associations of prison life
are often responsible for fostering
ciiuio and for demoralizing thoo
who, if they did not coino la con
tact with hardened criminals,
might probably be made tiuienablo
to salutary Influences. An Inter
meillate penitentiary is bolng built
in Ohio whore "light; .sentence" and
"first term" prisoners will bo con
fined, it Is wrong when punishing
a man tor life first falsa step to sur
round him with conditions which
may make him an enemy to society
over afterward. The result of this
experiment in Ohio slunild bo care
fully watched both by nodal econ
omists and phHiiHthrnpfetV--Vii,
NOCnr.lltTKOU A!.tll'.lt It Att'AI.tUll.t'TIOXH,
IKIIlCATi: SOLUTION, NO llltlitlll full JlliUf.
tim i: 0:00 to 10:.'0 o'clock, a.m.
1. AVhen goltl Is selling at VSi,
what is the value of in gold of a
United States greenback for $10 V
What is the discount on paper
!!. A druggist gained 12." per cent,
by selling alcohol for .f.'WO per gal
lon. What tlitl lie pay for it '.'
!!. A can do a piece of work in '2
days, R in 8V days, and C in of a
day; in what time enn they jointly
perform the work'.'
I, What is tlit difference between
tho true and bank discount of $200
for 90 days at 0 per cent.
G. A trader sold a horse for $108,
'Which was 10 percent, less than he
asked for him, and his asking price
was 10 por cent, more than tho
horse cost him. "What was the
0. The difference of longitude be
tween Cincinnati and London is SI
degrees 20 minutes. At a certain
time it is its much past noon at
London as it lacks of noon at Cin
cinnati. What time is it at Cincin
nati? 7. A man weighed 101 lbs fi oz (5
pwt. 1(1 grains. AVliat was his
woight avoirdupois ?
S. Find the side of the largest
square stick that can be cut from a
log two fed! in diameter?
A boy werked "0 days, receiving
2o cents the first day, and an in
crease of !S cents per day. What
were his wages the last day? What
for tho fifty days?
10. What are the solid contents
'of a globe :() inches in diameter.
ti.mj: 1:15 to 12:00, m.
1. Define oasis, ecliptic, bight and
steppes. Give an example of each.
2. What are ocean current", in
what respect are they important,
and what bo said of their influence
;!. What winds? How are they
(. A's time is 1:20 o. m. at the
same instant R's time is 11:20. Is
A east or west of JJ, and how many
f. What bodies of Water are con
nected by Ueliring Strait, and
which grand divisions are separa
ted by it?
(J. Locate lake Chapaln, t'o island
of Man, Mt. Elbroo:', and the Hum
7. What do the Greater Antilles
8. Give the States that touch tho
great lakes, and give ami locate the
capital of each.
!). In what latitude and zone is a
point 77 degrees south of the Tropic
10. How does California compare
in area with Pennsylvania?
IlXGLISir GRA JUn-JR.
tijii:- 1:00 to 2:00 i m.
1. Define phrase, clause, ellipsis
2. Pluralize the following; mouse,
calix, radius, !), and criterion.
!!. What is a declension? Decline
the relative pronouns.
-1. How is the possessive case
regularly formed? In what other
ways can possession be expressed ?
fi. How many ways has the Eng
lish Language of distinguishing the
masculine and feminine genders?
Define and exemplify each.
(!. What is the usual position of
an adjective in a .sentence? Give
a sentence in which thoro is an ex
ception to this rule.
7. Write sentonc.es using the
words "left" anil "set" correctly.
8. Correct, if necessary:
Which person Is the oldest, me or
No person but children were at
!). Analyze or diagram : God's
balance, watched by angels, is hung
across the sky.
10. i'tirso words in Italics:
Think for thyself, one good idea,
Hut known to be thine own,
Is hotter than a thousand (leaned,
From fields' by others .town.
tjmi: 2:00 to il:00 o'clock, v, m.
1, What countries of Europe par
ticipated In the colonization of tho
2, For what tiro t)io follow years
memorable, 1102, l.llifi, 1007, 1020,
I. What can you (ell about Clay
botirno's rebellion ?
I. Who was the financier of tho
fi, What American General was
killed at the battle of Hunker lTlll','
To whom did Crown Point and Tl
comli'i'ogn iSurroiuler V
Athens Comity Test
0. What was the Nullification Or
dinance? When did It occur? Who
7. Who was Captain Kidd?
S. How was slavery abolished in
the United States?
t). Who is eligible to the olllce of
President of the United States?
10. Name four American Poets,
nnd four Historians.
OUR EDUCATIONAL COLUMN,
Methods of Teaching.
Methods may be divided into
three classes general, special and
personal. General methods under
lie the whole system of instruction
and are for all times, places and
persons. They are like the axioms
of mathematics so self evident as
to admit of no proof or discussion.
Among them we will only stop to
mention a few. Never tell a child
what he already knows, or what he
can just as well find out for
himself. That method is tho be.-t
that leads the pupil lo investigate
for himself. Attention must be
cultivated as a basis oi memory
Obedience is a fundamental law of
teaching Tn addition to these ax
iomatic .statements there are gen
eral methods by no means self evi
dent, to know which, require study,
and to use which, require practice.
Among those higher methods may
lit! mentioned a knowledge of how
we think and now our pupils think;
what the mind is and how it acts;
how to impart knowledge in the
fewest words; and how to influence
mind and mold character. These
belong to the philosophy of educa
tion and call forth the very highest
powers of thought. None but roy
al teachersattain eminence in these
departments of instruction.
Special methods are as numer
ous as autumn leaves. They In
crease in every school room, lux
uriate in institutes and multiply in
More volumes could be published
setting (hem forth than in any
other department of school work.
There are special ways of keeping
order, securing punctuality, report
ing delinquincies, and teaching
each branch of study. Some of
these ways have some value but
most of them tire 'inly chaff and
trash. There is nothing on which
teachers are ko self conceited and
egotistical as their special methods.
They will often bore auditors by
the hour setting them forth, and
some even imagine they could rev
olutionize the world by them if
they had a chance. It is not of
much use to publish special meth
ods. Wo must wear our own shoes
while teaching ami not attempt to
stumble along in our friend's be
cause they happen to fit him bettor
than ours do us. Each teacher
should be a law unto himself
should bo himself and not .some
1. Which is more important, what
we fetich or how we teach ?
2. Which is correct, Two pair of
shoes, or two pairs of shoo-?
How many persons of mature age
can write an ordinary letter with
out making several mistakes?
In how many schools Is the art of
correct letter writing taught?
Is any branch of practical educa
tion more needed, and is any more
generally neglected ?
These questions are not conun
drums, they are serious queries.
What is tho trouble with ninny
teachers, and why is it they will
continue the everlasting pursing,
and constantly neglect the gootl
common sense training of their
pupils! AVe need brains in the
school room or rather wo need the
common sense that comes of brain
work-. A. 15. C.
REVOLUTION TN THEOr
F1CE OF THE EN
QUIRER. Allen O. Myres, "Bill" Tay
lor, O.G. Hooper Mai
loy and Islor.
All Him 1111 Interview Willi (be Cap-
tain untl TIiom Nut Dlsclinrt't'il
Are ItciliU'i'il ft The llnnlih--
.Mjers untl Taylor arc lint It
Out til' 11 ,loli.
The J)liutah said, editorially,
hist night, that Allen O, Myres had
not been discharged from tho Jin
qittrer, but was simply taking n
throu weeks leave of absence. This
Is all well enough to tell marines,
initlt tioirtgotlown with newspa
per mon, especially with a Jlemltl
m the mi:
reporter who yesterday, from a Cin
cinnati, man obtained some inside
facts on tlie Myres leave of absence
business. As a matter of fact My
ers Is no longer employed on tho
h'uritirer, and John R. McLaln is
ifgain astride the tripod ihtho
Managing editor's room where ho
is playing sad havoc witli Myers'
friends who were called to positions
on the paper. The great chestnut
writer Rill Taylor, has been notifi
ed that his stuff cannot bo used in
the Knrjuirer'H columns, and John
Malloy, the Columbus correspon
dent, will get the grand "run" just
as soon as a suitable man can bo
found to take his place. O. C. Hoop
er, formerly of (he Dhpaleh, who
was transferred with his "variety"
column, under tin "odd and even"
bond by Myers to the Enquirer,
has been reduced to die ranks, and
is now writing heads on the mani
fold sent by the Associated Press
and Gnth, who, by the way, has got
his place on the first page again.
This last fact is also one of the
reasons assigned for Myers' dismiss
it I from the position as managing
editor, in which he swelled around
for a few brief months. Oath, than
whom John McLean has no closer
journalistic friend protested so vig
orously against having his chest
nut specials shoved off the first
page, as Myers proeeetled to tlo
when begot the reins firmly in
his hands, that McLean came back
to Cincinnati and found that Myers
was running the Kiajuirer a gootl
tleal like the old woman kept hotel
in Kentucky, ami that if the Dem
ocracy was ever again to have any
thing in Hamilton county, Myers
must walk the plunk, which he did
on last Monthly, and the most cau
sal observer could tit once notice 11
change in the paper. Gath got hi
three columns of the praise of
Rliiine, the Washington correspon
dent commence to critisize the ad
ministration and a complete
change was made in the character
of the editorial utterances, all rad
ically different from what the pa
per contained when Myers was on
-.The reasons for Myers' fall are
not unlike those which came to
Cardinal Woolsey too much am
bition ami n tendency to antagon
ize McLean's friends in Cincinnati
especially Lew Rernard. This gen
tleman, prior to Myers' advent
was accustomed to make the En
quirer editorial rooms his head
quarters and otherwise tleportetl
himself a privileged character
around the establishment. This
Myers would not tolerate, which
added io a difference between the
two gentlemen, as to how the pri
maries should be run, resulted in
nn open rupture which McLean
could not heal, only by demanding
the head of Myers on a charger.
All these things with others, not
now necessary to mention, con
spired to bring about the fall of
Myers, and with him Taylor, Mal
loy, Hooper, Islor untl others who
hail been placed in good positions
on the paper. '"What a fall was
that countrymen!" Rut tho his
tory or the world is full of like in
stances which Myers can peruso
with profit during ills "three weeks
leave of absence." In tho mean
time Mel, can is fighting tho Presi
dent damning Civil Service Reform
and coaching Rlaine for Presiden
cy in 1SSS, much to the disgust of
Ohio Democrats who found the En
quirer under Myres' management
much more like the simon pure ar
ticle than anything the have had
since the palmy days of Faren &
McLean, and much better Democ
racy, than they are likely to get
from tho alleged your Napoleon of
A Mistake Corrected.
The reinstatement of District-Attorney
Ronton, of Missouri, is one
of the most oncourging acts of
President Cleveland's Administra
tion. It shows that ho Is capable
of correcting a mistake. The act
is one of plain justice in itself. It
Is all the more commendable be
cause t Is the admission and cor
rection of an error.
In taking this action the Presi
dent admits the Jdstlce of Tho
VorhVn criticism upon Mr. Ron
ton's suspension when It was mado
that It was an unjustifiable Inva
sion of tho right of free speech, all
tlia nioro wrong because really fla
grant disobedience of tho Presi
dents' order by officials who openly
manipulated political caucuses and
conventions stood unpunished and
iiurohukod, We am glad that tho
President has had the cuurngn to
correct his mlstaki, It requires
far more character to tlo this tlinu
to adhere olHtlnato'y to a wrong
decision, A", 1', World,