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THE DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST THURSDAY. AUGUST 4. 1SS1.
Business House !
Drug and Book Store!
In Tyler Block,
Where ;gj run buy
Wall and Window Paper, J
These goods. e all rcliatdeand
ty OFFICIAL PAH'S OF HENRY COUNTY.
H'Acn you pi it more for the Html of
your Business lloi.te thanor Advertising
your JSustness, yw.
potici). If you cat',
re pursuing a false
(o uusincss let it oe
(No ck. Wo respectf uLy ask the clergymen as well
as all others, la Ueary tcimy, to Bend us forpublica
tton in the Northwest, all the marriages aud deaths
especially conieto their notice. E.)
SAPOLEOJ.,0., : AUGUST 4, 1881.
JOHN W. LOOK WALTER,
EDGAR M. JOHNSON,
FRANK C. DAUGHERTY,
Treasurer of State,
A. P. W1SSL0W,
Board of Public Works,
Of I)( lauce.
For Repi tentative,
For Probate Judge,'
0. E. BARNES.
Fori Infirmary Director,
H. M. CLOUD.
Foster has evinced neither ability as
an administrator, consistency as a par
tisan, wisdom as a party leader, hon
esty as a politician, honor towards
other great men of the party, nor fideli
ty to tlie people who elected him.Bucy
rus Journal, Rep.
Ei-Gov. Bagley, of Michigan, died
at San Francisco on Wednesday last
week. He was a "Stalwart among the
Mb. Hartman, the Nihilist, has ar
rived in New York. He was con
cerned in several attempts upon the
life of the Czar.
How about Charley Foster's envel
ope handed to Lewis Faith, of Craw
ford county, with $50 inclosed, "to
treat the boys liberally."
Thk Republicans; are running two
candidates for the Legislature in "Will
iams county. It is likely the Demo
cratic candidate will be elected, which
will bo a gain of one.
Fouke, in the Signal, says the Re
publican ticket is one of the best that
could have been nominated in the
county, but on the streets he says "it
is better than none &t all!''
President Garfield since his re
lapse lat week has been slowly mend
ing, and the physicians are now almost
certain of his recovery. The exact lo
cation of the ball as now known, but
its removal has not yet been attempt
ed. "Not a politician,'- only a plain citi
z&n.and business mo this is one of
the peculiat objections the Republican
blowers make to Mr. Bookwalter.
Well, neither in this nor in any other
respect does he resomb:e His Excellen
cy', C. Foster..: And 'Democrats are
glad and thankful over the contrast.
Hon. D. G. Rat. member of the
present Legislature, died t his resi
dence at Ml Auburn, near Cincinnati,
of Bright disease of the kidneys, on
the 29lh ult. lie wm 54 years of age.
C. Fostiib and the Republican press
are now busy bull-dozing the Method
ist preachers. They have went so far
as to threaten to withdraw support if
they persist in voting against the pom
poub C. Foster.
The letter of acceptance of Johu V
Bookwalter may be found in this issue.
The letter is received with favorable
impressions all over the State, and is
admitted even by a large number of
Republicans to be a strong and sensible
According to the Signal Tyler was
given .he nomination for representa
tive second ban' led. Norton was of
fered the nomination, but declined.
Then Tyler was hunted up, and accept
ed. It was a ' barl" the ReDuolicans
Democrats, the Republicans say you
can be bought, and in this way they
expect to send a Republican to the
Legislature from Henry countv,
Cast back the infamous insult
their teeth by voting for your nomi
When the vacancies for Congress
men are filled, the score will stand
Republicans, 140; Democrats, 134
Independents, 14. The Independents
hold tho balance of the power and can
dictate the organization of the House,
which they will probably do.
J. R. Fallis. the well-known miller
at Maumee, speaking of Mr. Book
waiter yesterday said to a Bee reporter
"1 uave Known iiim a long time; lie is
an original genius, a man of strong
common sense, and as square as a die
If all his opponents knew him as I do.
he would De elected by an immense
Thk Signal has become the medium
through winch innocent women are
slandered. The business is mean and
contemptable, and Fouke, for the part
he is taking in the matter, should hide
his grey hairs for shame. There is no
excuse for men to strike an inoffensive
woman through the columns of a news
paper, and it but shows the depravity
of the perpetrators.
There is some demand on the part
of able Republican journals for
speech from Bookwalter. That little
speech Mr. Bookwalter made to his
men last fall when tellinir them the
work in his shop would go on no
matter who was elected, and that oth
er speech made at the time of the
panic, informing his men that their
wages would be increased, are speci
mens of Mr. Beokwalter's style, and it
suits the workingmen exactly.
Let it be remembered that the late
Republican Legislature was the moBt
worthless, the most inefficient, passed
fewer good laws and more bad ones,
wasted more time in frivolity and
junketing, spent more money and got
less for it than any Legislature that
ever sat in Columbus. Let there be
no more like it. Let the people see
to it that the next Legislature is not
a disgrace and a burning shame, as
the last one was. Let Democrats
look well to the Legislature.
The Republicans are making a great
ado over Bookwalter at one time vot
ing for their candidate and being a
Republican. We see no reason for so
much fuss, if it is done to keep Repub
licans from voting for him. For if he
was a Republican the fact would be an
incentive which should make Republi
cans vote for him the more readily,
which a great number are going to do.
Democrats are perfectly satisfied, and
from the argument of these howlers we
see no reason wny tne jxepuoucans
should not be, and why all of them
cannot vote for Bookwalter.
Toledo is honored to-day by an as
semblage of representative Democrats
from all sections of Ohio, many of
whom have won enviable National re
putation in the service of the country,
while nearly all of them are well known
throughout the State as gentlemen of
character and ability; and their assem
blage here to-day to consult as to the
policy and management of the coming
campaign, is indicative of the univer
sal interest felt in the approaching con
test, and the harmony which prevails
among all sections of the Democratic
party in Ohio. That the struggle is to
be an earnest and warmly contested
battle, this meeting of leading Demo
crats attests; and if they fail to win
the victory it will not be for want of
harmonious action and vigilant work
Bee, 28th ult.
No Democrat should lend hi aid to
ward throwing the next Legislature
into the hand of the Republicans, for
that party wishes to get control of the
Legts'atnr so that it may repeat the
outrag uus gerrymander of a year or
two ag . by whicU Democrats were
chfatiHt out of four or five .Congress
men. The Slate is to be redistricted
for Congressional purposes next winter
and if Democrats want justice done
them they must get control of tho Leg
islature, so that they may blot out this
damnable outrage upon the sovereign
people of the State. "We have confi
dence in the Democracy of Henry Coun
ty, and we don't believe they will for
sake their organization when so much
is at stake.
The editor of the Delaware Jltraltl (Dem.) Bay he
won t support Bookwalter.
The Irieh VitiZfH, an influential Democratic paper
oi Cincinnati, win out support itookwaitcr.
The above appeared as squibbs in
lust week's Signal, which are Republi
can campaign lies, with not the sem
blance of truth in them, as both of the
papers named are supporting Mr. Book-
waiter with a hearty good will, as is
every other Democratic paper in the
State. This is more than the editor of
tho Signal can say of the Republican
press of the State, as several papers ig
nore Foster entirely and others only
give him a lukewarm support.
The Republican press of the State
have opened the campaign with a ma-
liciousincss unparalleld, and the gross
misrepresentations that fill their col
umns are so palpable that it is scarcely
necessary to refute them in order that
intelligent voters may see their utter
falsity. Since the campaign opened
the Henry county Signal, which is but
a counterpart of nearly every Radical
sheet in the State, has been a tissue of
falsehoods concerning Democrats and
their candidates. One of these false
hoods was to the effect that the Dele
ware Herald refuses to support Mr.
Bookwalter, but how beautifully it is
exploded by the following editorial
which is clipped from the Herald:
The tic ket If one of the most worthy and reputable
ever made iu this State, and will command the un
divided and most earnest support of every Democrat
in this county. Those, who, like ourselves, did not
secure their choice, must recognize the eminent lit
jicssofthe head of the ticket, and yield that fealty
which the decision of the party should always com
mand. We shall enter this contest with the some
zeal that wc would had Gen. Banning, whose nom
ination we desired, been selected. The standard
bearer, John Bookwalter, is a prominent representa
tive of the intelligence, worth and buccchs, which
crowns individual effort, when prompted by virtue
and industry. Every step of the woy, from povo.ty
and obscurity, to wealth and eminence, has been
marked by thoso sterling qualities which commend
themselves to the virtuous and good, and exemplify
the beauty and generosity of our system of Govern
ment. His life has been one of labor, sacrifice, as
piration and success, and it is most fit that this man
should be elevated to place, having bo well earned
the admiration of all who second those who struggle
successfully against the adverse clrauinita&cts of
life. He represents tho Democracy not' 'only in
principles, but in the very marrow of its promises
and hopes, and therefore wc ask for him the enthu
siastic support, not only of the Democracy, but of
tne people oi tins county.
Death at Dcsuler.
Deshler, Aug.l.-This afternoon, Chas.
Boston, son of J. W. Boston, furniture
dealer of this village was instantly crush
ed to death by logs rolling upon him.
hie was engaged by wessers. ureyen.
Boston & Co. in hauling logs to their
mill. Having loaded up he started from
the woods without blocking the logs on
tne wagon, lie was seated upon the
right side when the wagon lurched that
way and he was thrown to the ground,
the logs going over him causing instant
death. He was a young man of much
promise and universally respected in this
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Mr. Bookwalter sometimes has the dys
pepsia. Therefore he ought not to be
elected Governor. Mr. Bookwalter has
an art gallery. Therefore, he ought not
to be elected Governor. Mr. Bookwalter
has thought something of establishing a
branch manufacturing establisment in
Alabama. Therefore, he ought not to be'
elected Governor. Mr. Bookwalter has
uniformly and successfully attended to
his own business and let other people's
alone. Therefore, he ought not to be
elected Governor. For further particu
lars see Republican press, especially the
The Directors of the Ohio & West Vir
ginia, the Columbus and Hocking Valley
and the Columbus & Toledo roads have
agreed to consolidate the three roads un
der the name of the Columbus, Hocking
Valley & Toledo Kailway, with a capital
stock of $20,000,000, divided into shares
of $100 each, The meeting of the stock
holders to ratify the consolidation will
be held in Columbus, August 20, at 10
A lively four-year-old in a Sunday
school, on hearing the question propound
ed by the teacher, "What kind of little
boys go to Heavenf" elevated nis little
fist and was allowed to answer, to the
amazement of all, "Dead ones."
Stop that Congh.
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Asthma, Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Consump
tion, loss of voice, tickling in the throat.
or any affection of the Throat or Lungs
use Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption. This is the great remedy that
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cases, over one million bottles of Dr. King's
New Discovery have Been used within the
last year, and have given perfect satisfac
tion in every instance. We can un
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sure sure fbr throat and lung affections,
and can cheerfully recommend it to all,
(jail nnq get a trial jjottie for ten cents, or
regular size for $1. For sale by J. C. Saur,
Lydia E. Pinkhatu'a Vegetab! Com
pooud ha rapidly mad iu way to faor
among druggists, who have observed it
effect on the health of their custodier.
Send to Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkhara, .233
Western Avenue, Lynn, Mas, for pamph
let. . 3 1
T ottr to hweby irl mi that the parOMnhlp ntei la g
i brltnra Cyras Hyena and bwurry Baruca, who
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Hyoh. retiring and btfneaoontinuiiiK in th- buaawsa
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MOKe'HY BARS Eft.
'pilE undersigned has bseo dulyap;intrd Adinto
L b-lrilor of the ralato uf '1 hum Fruiu-U, late of
Henry county, Ohio, dem-r4. All prraou. indebted
ta the eatata are mjuwted to make uumrdlata pay
mout, and I hoar havlnKcUlma auiiM the aauw aill
praaeul them, duly authenticated, to the anderciged.
aug4-4t R. W. CAH1LL.
FAKM FOR SALE !
A Chance to Secure n Good Farm
The underatgned offera for sale bia farm. situatMl
In Monro toauantp Henry county, Ohio, 1 mile east
of Holgata, containing 14) aorta of hind, 33 acres im-
proviHj ; gooa piaux House, log staoie, young orchard,
good well of water and other couveldcncea on the
place. Will sell the property cheup and on time to
good buyer. For further particular. euuire upon
uie premises or oi . UhLVr.S 1 H All,
2mag .Napoleon, O.
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OPEN to both sexea with elecraut home for vouna
ladies. Five buildings. Extensive libraries, labora
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men ior uieiaBi college year, incinmng an uems, ex
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WillianiXarges, E. S. Blair and 3. II. Belli.
Order of Sale Ueury County Court of Common Pleas.
By virtue of an order of sale issued from the above
named Court and to me directed as Sheriff of Henry
county, I will offer at public sale at the door of the
lourc uouse, in napoleon, Ohio, on
Saturday, August 'J7, IS81,
at the hour of 2 o'clock, P. M., of said day, the follow,
ing described real estate, situated in Henry county,
Lot Number four (4), in E. S. Dodds first addition
10 me viuage of apoleon, Henry county, Ohio.
Appraised at $16tK.
Terms of Hale Cash.
Hang Ragan for Karnes.
Napoleon, O., June 25, 1831. $r, 90
A. Huff, Guardian of George P. Smith au Imbec ile,
Vendi ExecnUon Henry County Court of Common
By virtue of aVendiExecution issued from the above
namea tourt ana to me directed as Sheriff of Henry
county, I will offer at Public Sale at the door of the
uun nouse, in .Napoleon, Ohio, on
Saturday, August 27, 1881,
at the hour of 2 o'clock, P. M , of said day, the follow
ing described real estate, situated in Henrv county,
Tho southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of
section twenty-four (21), town five (Si north, range
six (6) east, in Henry county, Ohio, containing forty
ih;b ui inuu inure uriesB.
Appraised at A2.i.'00.
Also all that part of the southwest quarter of the
southeast quarter of said secUon twenty-four (24),
town five (5) north, range six (ft) east, said county
and Stato aforesaid, which lies between the described
parcel of land mentioned in this writ, and the center
oi uie riapoieonana nauaaf ree xnmpike so culled.
cuuiaiiiiug iwo acres oi laud.
Appraised at gild.
Terms of Sale Cash.
. . GEO. DAUM, Sheriff.
A. H. Tyler, Atty for Plaintiff.
Napoleon, Ohio, July 2ii, 1881. J10 20
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tirst-class Excursion Ticmts, from
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VER, COLORADO SPRINGS, and
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