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J. W. I.'OWEN, EJitcr.
JltArtlunyibruavY 1, "Jfl.
[From the Newark Advocate.]
The Coming Campaign in
The Coming Campaign in Ohio---How to Organize.
The meeting of Democratic
State Central Committee at
Columbus on the 10th was a
spirited affair, and t
counsel of niany of the load
ing men of ,tlio party from all
parts of the State.- It will be
seen that the first day of June
was fixed on as the lime for
linking the State Convention.
There was no division of sen
timent in the meeting as to the
practicability of electing a
Dcniocralio Slate ticket in
October next. Much indefinite
talk was indulged in with ref
erence to. the necessity of or
ganization and proper plans to
pursue. One gentleman pres
ent thought it a vital matter
that Hie Slate Executive Com-
inilleeshould make a liberal
distribution of speeches and
documents.. This was prompt
ly met by asking where the
money was to be procured to
pay for thorn V As a matter of
course, documents are very do-,
si ruble, but the man or com
mittee that expects to carry an
election by means of speeches
and pamphlets distributed du
ring a campaign, is painfully
deceived. AVe repeat our re
mark that these may do very
well, as incidents of a campaign
but the great work of chang
ing voters from 'one party to
another, is done neither by
fcturnp speeches on the eve of
an election, nor by thousands
of pamphlets put afloat after
the mind of the people is well
made up. What the Demo
cratic party of Ohio needs
and requires ia an immediate
increase of the circulation of
Democratic newspap'ers in eve
ry county in the State. The
winter and early spring months
are the seasons for accomplish
ing this. These are the peri
ods in which the . . Voters'
of the . State ;., have by far
the greatest amount of time to
devote to reading. Impressions
made during this time line
upon lino, and precept upon
precept, are not likely to be ob
literated, and prepare the way
for the "strong meat" served
in the heat of the campaign.
"We say, then, to any man or
committee that wishes to or
ganize efficiently, go to work
wherever you desire to operate
with success and double the
number of Democratic news
papers heretofore in circulation.
The weekly visit3 of such pa
pers will prove themselves effi
cient coinmittemcn in securing
an organization that will a-
mount to something more tht
A Back Down.
TLc Dayton Journal, the or
gan of Gen. Schenck, announ
ces ibe fact, that the Republi
can Executive Committee, of
the Third District, after con
ferring with active and thought
ful members of the party, have
concluded to discontinue pro
ceedings' in contesting the elec
tion of L. I). Campbell. One
of the reasons given for this
course is the appoinntment of
Schenck as Minister to the
Court of' St. James. The real
cause of this action is no doubt
attributable to tho determina
tion of Col. Campbell, express
ed in his answer to tho notice
of contest, to probe to tho very
bottom the free u.o of money
by Schenck and his friend,
and the various other corrupt
means practiced to secure his
election. The Republican man
agers of tho Third District
dare not risk an investigation.
The. fact is, all the blow and
bluster about, a contest was a
mere game of "bluff" on the
part, of Schenck. As soon ns
Campbell ''called " him, he
Hi row up his bar.:!.
Death of a Legislative
Hon. G. I. Young, member
of tho Ohio House of Kepre-
scntatives from Columbiana
county, while walking from his
hotel to the State House, last
Friday, after dinner, was sud
denly attacked with hemor
rhage of tho lunars, and atter
being helped into a room nearby
died in a few minutes. He was,
at the time of his death editor
of tho New Lisbon Buckeye
State, a Kepublican paper.
Resolutions ot liespect were
adopted by the House and
Senate and a committee of five
appointed to report such action
as might be deemed fitting for
the occasion. A Legislative
escort accompanied the re
mains to New Lisbon on Sat
urday, and on. Monday the fu
neral took place.
The . death of Mr. Young
leaves only a Republican' ma
jority of one in the House.
Wonder if Gov Hayes will or
der an election in Columbiana
county to fill this vacancy?
ITe refused to order an el
tioi.1, as the law plainly directs,
in the Dayton Congressional
District to fill the vacancy oc
casioned by Schenck 9 resigna
tion, and, for which he was
censured by the Radical Sen
ate. Gov. Hayes is a dirty
paitizan, and deserves to be
kicked from the position he
Congress is in a Great measure
responsible for the present de
pression of trade and com
merce. Instead of trying to
heal the wounds of the late
civil war, and restore confi
dence, good will and prosperity,
the majority are trying to
retain power at the expense of
the country and us industrial
interests. It is important that
people should understand this
matter. The efforts of a few
sensible Republican members
to adopt a general amnesty for
political offence?, is opposed by
the more obstinate and selfish,
and nothing can be expected
from the present Congress.
This is all wrong but it will
only add to the weight which
the Republican party will have
t o carry in the next Presiden
tial contest, aud which will
break its back, as sure as the
day conies. Southern indus
try is pressed to the earth, by
the Radical policy, and north
ern industry cannot thrive un
der such circumstances.
United States Courts in
Fiom the Marietta Register
of the 25d inst, we copy the
following in regard to certain
proposed Judicial changes in
iu this State:
For a year past efforts have
been made in Congress, to
change the United States
Coui ts in Ohio, so as to make a
Middle District, with Court at
Columbus, in addition to the
Northern and Southern Dis
tricts. It has been urged in
opposition to this, with good
reason, that the interests of
Southeastern Ohio, required
the third Court to be located
at Marietta the Northern be
ing at Cleveland; the Southern
The amended bill is now be
fore Congress, and Mr. Moore
writes us from "Washington,
that it will pass, which makes
the Northern District the
counties ot Columbiana. Jeffer
son, Carroll, Stark, Wayne,
AsuJand, JiicLland, Crawford,
Wyandot, Hancock. Putnam.
Paulding, and all the counties
north of these; the Southern
District, the counties Preble,
Montgomery, Warren, Clinton,
Fayette, Ros, Vinton and
M'jif's; and the rest of the
State to be the Middle Dis
trict, The Court in the
Southern District at Cincin
nati; the Northern at Cleve
land, the Middle at Columbus,
the lirst luesdays of January
and June with Courts at To
ledo, in the Northern District,
and at Marietta, in the Middle
District, at euch times may
bo appointed by Courts or
Judges of tho said Northern
and Middle Districts, nt least
once a year, and adjourned
terms whenever the Judges
shall deem it nccc.'-sary.
In tho case of Francos Watt vs.
Sumncl Boyd, iu which a judgment
of $2,500 was rondored in favor of
tho plaintiff at tho rooon.t term of
tho Common Picas Court of Guorn
Boy county, ns damnges sustainod
by tho plaintiff, by reason of tho
illegal alo of whiskey to her hus
band by defendant, an execution
has boon insuod and placed in the
hands of tho shoriff of that county,
hns loviod upon tho dwolling-'ioiiso
and stock of groceries of the de
fendant, to satisfy said judgment.
"FRANKLY SPEAKING, WE
AVER THAT 'THE LIVING AGE'
HAS NO EQUAL IN ANY COUNTRY."
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Of which more than One Hundred
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Adams, Historians Sparks, i'rescott,
Bancroft, and Ticknor, llov. Henrj'
Ward lieecher, and many others ;
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Isdiiod every Saturday, it fjives fifty
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Scientific, Biographical, Historical,
and Political information, from the
eiiliro body of Foreign Periodical
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ABLEST LIVING WRITERS,
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every ono who wishes to keep pace
with thoovents or intellectual prog
ress of tho ti mo, cr to cultivato in
hiiivsclf or his family general intelli
gence and literary taste.
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From Rev. Henry Ward Beecher
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petitors that arc now in tho field, to
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Nor is there, in utij library that I
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jver known, nnd will cms nil diseases resulting fioi
bud blood. Keep your blood pine: keep you liver 1
ardor ; keep yourdlgcstivo organs In n sound, hciillh
loiidillon, ny tlio use of these remedies, und no dh
ease will over ussall you. The best men In the com
ry recommend them. If yonra of holiest repniniio
go for anything you tnust try these iiropurations.
Liko tho following was never before oQ'eiud In htba
of any medicinal prcpumtion : 1
Clilof Justice of tho Supremo Court of rcnnsylvauu
Piiif.Aiii-i.pitiA. Mmrh 1fl. 1K(17.
I find "noolliind's Uorninri lllllers" Isnunod Ionic
nseful in diseases of tlia dlgesllvo organs, iindol'giea
Bunellt In cases of debility and waul of nervoiissclio
i uie eyeicw, xoitisuuiy,
I 0K0.W, woodward.
JitBtlco of tho Supremo Court of Pennsylvania.
Piiii.AiiKi.ruiA, April tia, lKi;n,
I consider "noolliiiid'e flornum III Iters" a vulunbl
mcdlcino In discs of utlncksof lndlgesllon or Dyl
pepsin. I can certify this from my experlcnro of It.
Yours, with respect, JAMiiS TilOill'bU
HON. GEORGE BHARSWOOD.
Jiisllco ol Iho Supremo Court of rcmisylvniila.
PlIII.AllKl.l'IIIA, ,111110 1, MIS,
I havo found by oxporlcnco Hint " Hoolland's (Icr
liau Hitters" Is a very good tonic, roliuviug dyspeplli
Duiptouis almost directly.
IION. TOlTE ROGERS,
(Mayor or Iho clly of Hudiilo, N. Y.
Mavou's OfriCK, llurrAi.o, June 34, 1 Win,
hnvo lined " Iloolliiml'B Gerttinii Iiiltors nnd Tonio'
B my family during tho past year, and cun recoin
rend them ns un excellent tonic, Imparling (ono an
Igor lo tlio system. Their 110 has beun pi
Jfilecldedly bcueQclal oll'octs, VM. F. II
nON. JAMES M. WOOD,
Ex-Mayorof Wllllnmsport, Peiinsylvnnla.
t tako grout pleasure in recoiiiinondlng " Hoollaiid'
1X011IC ' 10 nuy 011
1 0110 who uiay bu ullllctod wlL
dyspepsia, I hfld tho Dyspepsia so badly It was Un
)osllile lo ltocp any ftMid on my (loniiich, and I Ik
juno so weak ns not to bo side to walk hall' a mile
1 wo bottles of Tonic eouctcu n jiorrcct. cure.
JAM1IU M. WOOD.
Hoolland's Herman Itomedlcs nro coiinlci felled
The genuine have iho slgmituia of f !, HI. Jucksoi
in the front of tha outnldu wruiuiur of uucli bottle
ind tho 11111110 of tho article blown in cucli botlle. A)
llhers nro couutcrieit. Q tra
Price of Hie lilt term, $1.00 per liottlo
Or. n linli' dozen lor .'..(IO.
Price of the 'Joule, til.50 per liottlo.
sir, k iibii uo7,cii tor ?7.f.
rm aiio i imt ii) tu wort Jiotttit.
llocolloct that It Is Dr. Iloollniid's Gorman Items
lies that nro so universally used and (O. highly l ecom
jieiuUd j and do iioUllow IhediiigglmB tu induce yot
jt inko nnythltig co that lie may ray Is Just as good
jeeuuso ho ninkesa larger profit on It, Theso funie
lies will bo scut by express lo any local I ly upon up
Jiicaiion in inn
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Compelling Men to Vote.
The Albany (N. Y.) Even
ing: Journal, the ccntrnl Re
publican organ in that State,
proposes a law to compel men
to vote. It cites as a prece
dent the Umpire of Brazil,
where there is such a law, with .
penalties attached for its viola
tion. The fact that such ideas
ns this are put forth in an infla
eutial quarter, shows how wide
ly we are drifting in thought
from the founders of the Gov
ernment. The great thing
which the latter had in view in
the establishment of our instw
tutions was individual liberty
and freedom of action. They
gave as little authority to the
State, as an aggregate, ns pos
sible, for fear that a majority
of its citizens might tyrrannizo
over a minority. Now many
people are running wild and
crazy toward the dogma that
it is tho duty and business of
the Government to take from
the citizen almost every right
and privilege of which he has
been proud, and which gave
him dignity and importance of
character."' iho refusing to
cast a vote is often the highest
and most significant exhibition
of citizenship that can be giv
en, and has an effect even
greater than appearing at the
noils. Kerusniff or neglecting
to vote is an affirmatory polit
ical act, and a man can no
more be punished for it than
for not voting according to a
prescribed Government stand
ard. "When voting ceases to
be voluntary in this country,
and when it becomes necessary
to vote by compulsion, we had
better dispense with it al
together, for the substance ot
good from it will have do
Mutilated United States
The Unitt-d States District
Court in North Carolina re
reccntly rendered a judgment
against the Postmaster at Hills
loro, 111 that State, under the
following circumstances: A
citizen presented a two'dollar
bill, United States currency,
which was considerably mutila
ted, in payment for stamps;
The Postmaster refused to take
the bill, nnd the citizen Sued
him for two dollars' damages.'
The Court gave iudmncnt for
the plaintiff for two dollars
and costs, the latter amounting
to about ninety dollars. It
was proved on trial that the
Post-ofiiee Department had is
sued orders that Postmasters
should receive mutilated cur
rency for postage when offered.
The Court held that all De
partments of the Government
were bound to sustain the cur
rency of the Government, and
the fact of a bill being moie
or less mutilated was no justifi
cation for its being refused by
any ollicial of any Depart
ment of the Government.
It ia stated that a new mcth-1
od of robbing people has late
ly been adopted. A drugged
cigar i9 given to the victim,
who, after smoking awhile,
feels stupid and falls asleep.
lie is then robbed and the thief
leaves him The robbed man
wakes up after a time vomits
and perspires freely. The sick
ness docs not last a great while.
This method of robbery ia
is practiced more on the cars
than elsewhere. Never ac
cept a cigar from a stranger
From present appearances,
and despite the buncombe reso
lutions of Congress nt its last
session, we are likely to have a
wholesale repetition of tho
land grab swindles this winters
There are now on the Speak
er's table no los3 than twenty
six bills and joint resolutions
looking to the appropriation of
public lands, generally for tho
benefit of railroad corporations
to tho amount yf fifty millions
of acres or more. We havo
no doubt but the most of them
will bo passed. Tho Kadical
land jobbers will not stop
plundering the people of tho
public domain ns long as thero
13 au acre to be stolen,
Ono thousand prominent la
dies of the land presented ape
tit Ion to Congrsss remonstra
ting against woman suffrage. ,
Justices of tlio Pence, jut prifl-
ted und for &alc ut thiu office.