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THE OHIO DEMOCRAT.
BBEHH & WHITE,
A. H. "Wilson,
SATURDAY, OCT. - 23 1880.
Democratic Stato Ticket.
Secretary of Stnto
, Supremo Judge.
Clerk of Supremo Court
J. W. CItUIKSIIANK,
Com. of Common Schools
L. D. BROWN,
Member of Board of Public Works
Member of Congress,
JOSEPn H. OUTHWAITE,
Of Franklin County.
For Circuit Court Judge.
W. H. SAFFORD.
Of Ross Co.
For Common Pleaso'Judge.
SILAS II. WRIGHT.
Democatic County Ticket.
WM. M. BO WEN.
Rememiiek the election on Tucs
wcek, and voto the Democratic
If you beliove low taxes more
beneficial than high, voto the Dem
If you wish to perform your
duty as a good citizen you will al
low nothing to deter you from at
tending the election Nov. 2nd.
Abram S. Hewitt is the Demo
cratic jQominee for Mayor of New
York; Henry George is the Labor
candidate, and Theodore Roosevelt
is the Republican nominee.
A vote for the Democratic can
didates is a vote to relievo the
country of the burden of taxation
imposed jn war times. A vote for
the Republican candidates is a vote
to, uselessly, continuo them.
The Democratic ticket is good
for an increased majority this fall.
The Republicans are desperate, but
it is no go. Six hundred majority
to overcome stands like a stone
wall in front of them, and the only
thing they can do is to knock their
brains out against it.
When the Democratic adminis
tration' came into power there
were less than 40,000,000 of silver
dollars in circulation. Now there
are over (10,000,000. And bo soon
as the new silver certificates
can bo made ready, tho whole
amount of silver dollars coined
will be speedily represented in cir
culation, and that without danger
to tho perpetuity of the double
standard. Such is tho magnificent
record of the Democratic manage
ment of the treasury.
Ex Governor Hoadly, who
was on tho bond of tho knavish
assignee of the Archbishop Pur
cell estate, has offered to pay
over to the creditors his sharo of
tho bond, amounting to $62,500.
Judge Hoadly did not transfer his
property as soon as he heard of As
signee Mannix's rascally transac
tions. He believes in the inviola
bility of bail bonds, and by this
Act ho surrenders the last of his
private fortuue, leaving his chil
dren with no heritage Have the rec
ord of a father with an uutarnish
Dn, Shei'ard, who is running
for Congress in this district, is u
sheep owner, after all, notwith
standing he, lives in tho suburbs of
Columbus, He owns two sheep,
Tho way he camo to own them was
this: Ho was very fond of sheep's
kidneys, and rondo up his mind to
raise thorn himself, so as to liavo
thorn fresh every morning for break
fast; accordingly ho bought a pair
of sjioep fqr thq purpose, supposing
they would fumjati fresh kidneys
juit the tame aa heps furnish fresh
jgs. Of cpurfjerliols Just tho man
to protect farmers In thla district,
,Wff iter JSaple,
The canes said to bo made of hu
man hide, obtained from subjects
in tho Columbus Medical Colleges,
it seems are distributed among the
Forakcr family. Tho Cincinnati
Telegram says that W. E. Bundy
sports one of them. Tho number
of cattlo and other quadrupeds rep
resented in theso walking-sticks is
unknown, but they will servo to
euno Foraker out of ofllcc, nil tho
same. Too many political pardons
and too much confidence In tho
oaths of murderers, horso thieves
and burglars, are! likely to bring
Forakcr to grief. McArthur En
BunoLMts raided Carbon Hill
Thursday night of Inst week, break
ing open and entering tho follow
ing places: Dyer's hurdwaro store
three dozen pocket knives. Co-ope
rative store, about $2. in change;
postofilco about $1. mostly in three
cent pieces; meat store opened but
frightened away by a large dog in
tho lot adjoining. In Dyer's and
Co-operative stores tho doors were
forced open by a. trimming pick
from tho mines, Tho postofilco
was entered by cutting tho wire
gauze over tho transom. Tho raid
is supposed to havo been mado by
local talent and Juveniles.
When you aro told that John
McBride is not a friend of tho labor
ing man and the farmer stop and
think whether ho ever endorsed
the Bohemian oats, and Red Line
wheat swindles, as was done by Ids
opponent, James S. Robinson. On
the subject of the above named
swindles the Lancaster Eagle truth
"It would appear that tho Bohe
mian Oats sharks who have been
going over Ohio swindling the
farmers out of vast sums of money
carried certificates of character
signed by J. S. Robinson, tho Re
publican candidate for Secretary of
State, Jas. E. Lowryj Chairman of
the Republican State Central Com
mittee, and other leading Republi
cans of Kenton, Hardin county.
The swindling concern itself was
composed of eight or ten Hardin
county Republicans, with head
quarters in Kenton, Gen. Robin
son's home, and he could not but
know all about tho rascally busi
ness in which It was engaged, as
tho farmers of Hardin county were
robbed of not less than .i;il)0,000.
Tho certificates signed by Gen.
Robinson and other leading I'cpub
cans, including .Warden Collin of
the Ohio Penitentiary, enabled
them to bamboozle tho farmers In
distant counties out of their money.
It is altogether likely that tho men
who have been robbed and
swindled by this scheme will ro
member the men who were directly
and indirectly engaged in tho bus
iness when they go to tho polls.
Some Fairfield county farmers were
no doubt bitten by the sharks."
Politics versus Trenching.
Rov. Myron W. Reed, an able
Presbyterian minister of Denver,
lias been nominated as the Demo
cratic candidate for Congress In
Colorado. Mr. Reed was formerly
pastor of a church in Indianapolis,
where lie was highly respected.
The Duty of Democrats.
Democrats should stick to their
entire ticket this fall. Every vote
cast by a Democrat for a Republi
can Is a blow at tho party and a
source of aid to its enemies. Evory
such voto approves tho partisan
war of tho senate on President
Cleveland, approves the vile attacks
on Pension Commissioner Black
and Laud Commissoner Sparks,
and encourages Republicans of all
grades in their incessant and in
sidious attempts to break down
harrass and hinder, tho Democratic
administration and to cast odium
on Denwcrats everywhoro and at
all times. When all the candidates
are above objection, it is the duty
of loyal Democrats to work and
vote for tho whole ticket. Work
for and voto the wholo Democratic
ticket this fall.
Tho Now York Sun pays tho fol
lowing well-deserved tribute to
"Mr. Thurman will seo his last
sun sot with Democratic oyes, Just
as ho has seen it with Democratic
eyes all his life. His mind, that
which looks through tho oyes, is
tho mind of a Democrat, powerful,
elevated, sincere, unselfish, inde
fatigable in its duty in tho world
of politics, and regarding tho great
turmoil of Democracy with a sym
pathy und satisfaction donicd to
tho potty and pretentious, but
which marks tho true patriot, tho
man who loves and believes In his
Mr, Thurman was not reared in
an atmosphoro of mugwumpory
and humbug, but has breathed tho
breath of Democracy from his first
day and will do so to his Just. All
honor to him."
Are We in the "Sunny Hoiithl"
Another Republican outrage was
perpetrated in Columbus ou Mon
day evening, TJio Republican
leaders having failed to convict
any Democrats of complicity In tho
election frauds last fall, through
tho grand jury, determined (o try
another plan ns it was discovered
that tho testimony of perjured, con
victs would not hold water. On
Monday tho Republican prosecutor
who Is Gov. Fornkcr's tool, swore
out wnrants for the arrest of half
a dozen leading Democrats, and a
hearing was fixed for Thursday be
fore it Republican justico. It le ex
pected that a lot of convicts will
bo brought out of tho Penitentiary
as witnesses, and by their testimony
it is expected to havo tho Demo
crats bound over to court. Such a
scheme, just on tho ovo of an im
portant election, is readily under
stood. No outrage is too dastardly
for Republican leaders, in tills
Tho shades of death appear fo bo
hovering over tho g. o. p. and tho
most violent measures aro resort
ed to to prejudlco the public mind.
If thero was any truth In tho al
legations of tho Persecuting Att'y's
charges, ho must havo known tho
facts months ago, and could havo
had tliis testimony beforo tho re
cent grand jury, but he knew that
had ho dono so, the charges would
havo failed, as happened in the
other cases. Ho does not think
that an indictment will bo found
against any one of tho arrested
parties, nor does ho care, so long
as his party receives tho benefit of
tho suspicion cast upon them by
his Zebra clad associates in crime.
Personal liberty and private se
curity and good name go for but
little when they arc thought to
stand in the way of Republican
Kcpnlillcnnlsm on the Itampnge. "
We are, during this campaign
reaping tho fruits of the crop of
lawlessness and anarchy so plenti
fully sown Inst winter by the Re
publican members'of the Legisla
ture. Then tho chief Instrument
of revolution and lawlessness wns
ono Robt. Kennedy, who unfortu
nately for the fair name and fame
of Ohio, occupied tho position of
Lieutennnt Governor, and ex-ofjlcio
president of the State Senate.
Ills unconstitutional, arbitrary
and partisan rulings aro remember
ed with shame by every true lover
of pure honest and constitutional
government in the State, and nil
join, in the hope that his acts may
never be repeated in this or any
other State of our government.
Let it be recorded, to tho eternnl
disgrace of tho Republican party,
this violator of law and order re
ceived tho nomination of that par
ty for Congress in the eight dis
trict, and his canvass is character
ized by the same lawlessness nnd
disregard of tho rights of others
that marked tho action of this self
stj'led Aristocrat, during tho sess
ion of last winter's Rump Senate.
At tho Republican meeting, at
Bellcfountalne, a little more than a
week ago, he and his friends ar
ranged for an excursion from
Springfield, which conveyed from
that city to Bellfountaine, a large
number of tho roughest elements
of society as boomers of tho Re
publican cause. The result was a
fearful riot in which one man was
killed, twenty-five wounded and
many thousand dollars worth of
private property destroyed, women
insulted and utter ruin threatened,
for the time, the fair city.
We were loth to charge the out
rage to tho Republican party, as an
organization, but thought It was
the work of individuals under tho
influence of bad whiskey, for which
perhaps no ono was responsible but
the perpetrators, But when one
week later the samo pnrtles dis
tributed excursion tickets from
Springfield to London, to once
moro boom tho cause of Konnedy;
and hero again tho samo scenes of
lawlessness wore enacted, and
terrorism resigned supromo on the
streets while a howling mob, arm
ed with croquet mallets, to repre
sent the gavel so ignomineously
woilded by Kennedy last winter,
thumped and pounded the fences,
buildings, and heads of everything
and every body that camo in their
Ono man among tho rioters was
shot to death and another barely
When tho cause of any party is
so unpopular, or so poor that it re
quires the aid of terrorism lawless
ness and revolution to prevent do
fcat,,it deserves to bo deserted by
overyjaw loving citizen, and wo
will think loss of any man who vol
untarily casts his voto to sanction
Truly tho g, o. p. hns outlived
its usefulness and dosorves to bo
relegated to tho realms of forgot
fulness, Slid Accident.
Wo lonrn that nn Invalid son of
Mr, John Fultz, who resides in tho
southorn part of this (Falls) town
ship, on yestorday weok, whlle in
a fit fell on a hot stovo, on which
was a pot of bojllng water, ono arm
nnd his breast and back wore
so severely scalded that Jittlo hope
of his recovery Is entertained,
Flro at tho 0. P.
On tho morning of tho 21 Inst n
destructive flro broko out In tho O.
P., at Columbus In tho shops of
Wheel and Bending Co owned by
Ebcrly & Killlan.
Thero was some mistake ordolny
in giving tho alarm to tho city flro
department and for some timo tho
only water supply was from tho
prison stand pipe, which throw flvo
streams nnd did much to 'cheek tho
flro. Tho result has commended
tho Hoadly Bonrd of Managers for
their wisdom Jn planning and con
stuctlng tho prison water-works.
The total amount oftho damage
amouuts to about .$71,000, of which
tho State loses .$10,00d. , Tho insur
ance is about 20,000. Lack of space
prevents us frbin giving a moro
lengthy account. '
Ed. 'Democrat: Tarlton ls'sit
tiated at tho head of ns beautiful a
valley as thero is in tho State, bo
ginning below town to widen nnd
unfold as we "proceed clown Salt
creek, and after wo reach about
three miles tho valley stretches off
to tho right Into tho Pickaway
Plains, that for beauty and grand
eur cannot bo surpassed anywhere,
and as for quality and depth of
soil, is not equaled in the State.
Tho farmer's nro mostly wenthly,
ns well as educated," comparing
well with any farming community.
Their dwellings are nicely con
structed with a beautiful' lawn or
nicely constructed yard in front, or
around tho house, decorated with
rare and well selected flowers.
Their wives and daughters take
great prido In makingtheir dwell
ings both beautiful and attractive,
and besides they know how to
dress and beautify their appear
ance. But a few years ngo nil
country-girls 'were known by their
dress, their walk and behavior, in
town, "and this remnrk applies to
almost all girls," but their educa
tion and training has made them
inferior to none and the expert can
not distinguish them from tho most
refined city lady.
The farmers keep pace' with the
latest improvements in farming
implements. They are paying
great attention to bettering the
grado of their horses, cattle, sheep
andjiogs. A marked Improvement
can be seen in '"the roads nlso. Al
most nil of tho principnl ronds aro
nicely graveled, and whore twenty
years ngo you would have to drive
through mud knee deep you now
pass over dry shod. That which is
most needed is a railroad, no well
regulated farming community enn
do without It, they can not compete
with tho'so who have ono; too much
timo is spent in hauling grain ten
or fifteen miles to market, Now
Mr. editor you havo our advanta
ges and dis advantages, wo want
our disadvantages remedied and
wowill bo ns "Happy as a big Sun
flower." Tho honorable body, tho Council,
of our town, will vote for prohibi
Two young men of our town were
nrrcstod for shooting quails last
weok, but they claimed that they
We aro working for tho proposed
railroad from' Lancaster to 'Ham
den, and expect to get it.
A Good Meeting.
Tho Democratic meeting on
Wednesday night at tho Court
House was well attended and but
few more coull havo gained en
trance totho.room. Mr.Outhwaite
made a telling speech and dis
pelled tho Republican dogma that
"a high tariff on the necessaries of
life is a blessing to tho people."
Mr. Outhwaito will receive the
full support of tho party in this
The citizens of Perry and Hock
ing Counties will bo addressed at
Now Straitsvillo on
Tin;:;, Ere Oct 26
Hon. Jos. II. Outhwaito, mem
ber of Congress, other spoakors who
will bo present.
Turn out ovorybody and licrir
tho Issues of tho day fairly discuss
ed. OFFER EXTRAORDINARY!
The largest and best Dem
ocratic AVcokly in the Hock
ing Valley, iVom Oct. 10 80,
to Jan, 8 87, for
end orders at once.
THE OHIO DEMOCRAT
Good Heavy Union Cashmere,
splendid wearing, $5.60, $0.50 &$7.
All wool Cashmere and Worsted
from 8 to 12 dollars.
Very flno Black Diagonal Suits
from 12 to 15 dollars.
Splendid bargains in these goods.
Come and examine them.
Men's Heavy Winter odd coats
$2. and $2.50. Double-Breasted $3.50
MORS OF TOE FAVORITES.
AT F.EMPEL'S OPERA'HOUSE,
Reserved Seats for sale at Kess-
lcr's Jewelry Store.
THE INTERIOR FOR 1887
The interior is one of the young
est but has the largest circulation
of any paper in the Presbyterian
Church. Established March 17
Circulation 25,000 a Week.
A complete story in each number;
A full page for the young people;
Wide-awake on all questiong; Or
thodox and evangelical.
Wm. C. Gray, Ph. D., editor; Maj.
H. M. Robinson, associate editor;
Charles O. Waters, M. D., literary
editor; Clement E. Babb, D. D. and
Chas L. Thompson, D. D., editorial
contributors. Frank S. Gray, pub
lisher. With the best productions of
six-hundred other paid contributors
Printed on clear paper and legible
type. Terms $2.50 a year. Sample
"THE INTERIOR FAMILY" is
a largo one, but always room for
anothoronc. Como and join us. Ad
dress THE INTERIOR,
Mi Em Del 25
Annual Low Rate Excur
sion to Chicago, on Tues
day, Nov. 8th via O. II. V. &
T. and B. & O. R. R.
On tho abovo date tho C. II. V. &
T. It. R. will sell round trip tickot
to Chicago, nt $0.00 for tho round
trip from Lognn.
Tickets good returning for ton
Romombor, that tho C, H. V. &
T. and B & O. route to Chicago Is
by far tho quickest ami best routo
from Columbus. Day coaches and
palnco sleopors through from Col
umbus to Chicago without change
Thero never was a bottor timo to
visit Chicago. Tho celebratod Fat
Stock Show will bo hold in tho Ex
position building, commenolng
Tho C, II. V. & T. nnd D. & O.
routo lands you on tho Lako
Front at tho Exposition building.
For tickets, genoral Information,
otc, call on agontsO.H.V.&T,R,Y.
Notice to Coal Contractors.
Notleo U lieicby ulvon that Honied pronowiU
ivlll bo recelvo! by me nt tho Auditor'
ntllce, It) Losnil, 0 until Tuuivlny, Out, 8s",
ltySO, ut 1 o'clock, ii. m., for tliu delivery of 1
tons of coiil for tiio uu of tbe Court House,
County UulldlngH. do. ..... .
'i'ba rlKbt to jujeot nny or nil MU Is ro
seived. W. !d, UQWKN, Auditor,
In the Opera House has "Novr and Elegant Goods and the
Latest Styles, in
Our F.all Stock is now Complete.
Wo can give you BETTER GOODS and LOWER PRICES than any
other House In tho Hocking Valley. Examine goods bought of us be
fore and seo for yourselves. SAVE MONEY and buy where you can
depend on what you aro getting. Wo buy direct from the manufact
urers In tho best Clothing Houso in tho United States, as cheap ns any
one in the country, and can sell you goods Cheaper than any houso in
A good wearing substnntinl nico
Overcont for $2.25. Finer over
conts from above named prico up.
We hnvo a splendid lino and can
save you money on an Overcoat.
Boys' and Children's Suits $3.00,
$3.50, $1.00, $5.00, $5.50 and $G.00.
These are Splcudid Goods.
HATS.! HATSI MATS!
Our stock of Hats is immense, and so is our trade on them. WHYt
Because we can save youfromlO to 20 per cent, on a nice Hat. We always
have the latest styles. New hats received almost daily! Come and examine
Special inducements in undorwear! Largo and magnificent linel
Undershirts at 2oc. Good heavy Merino goods at 60c. Wool mixed at
C5c. All wool white, scarlet and fancy mixed from $1. to $1.50.
NECKWEAR, TRUNKS & VALISES.
I uilMi CO.
LEAVE ORDERS AT
Ceorgo Fox's Meat Store,
John Uckor's Meat Store,
The People's Bank, or with
Drivers. . J i 86tf
VALUABLE FARM FOB
Located in Marion Township
three miles northoast of Enter
prise, Hocking Go Ohio.
165 Acres in Good Condition,
With all necessary buildings in
good repair. TERMS EASY.
For particulars call on
JACOB F. BAUEB,
or address him at Logan, O
Valuable Property for Sale.
I will sell ray residence on Main
St., Logan Ohio, at u . bargain and
on easy terms. Tho house is con
structed in tho most substantial
manner and Is new, containing 8
rooms, good cellar and all necess
ary out-buildings. For terms call
on or address,
Robx, B. Motherwell.
17tf Logan, O,
Tho prices for tho various coins
of tho United States, that havo
been clipped or havo holes punched
through them has been fixed by
tho Treasury Department as fol
lows: Double eagles, fifteon dollars;
silver dollars, seventy-five cents;
half dollars thlrty-flvo cents;
quarter dollars, eighteen cents;
and dimes flvo cents,
LOUAN M.UtKETS, RETAIL.
Flour, Patent .X1 por bbl,
Purity 6.00 '
Corn Monl polled , " bu
Wheat Old .0 "
Wheat Now .70 ' i"
Corn 5 'I '
ots ,V M M
Now Potatoes .45 '
Oreon Apple , .25 ,
Onion J u "
Butter 110.15 lb
Lard ' .08 "
UggS ' .15 " dpi
Uroukfatt Bacon '' ip
Hams ,10 '
Ride .T ' I
tlhwidurs ,W per lb
,i ', AplP- .
Ptiebjjttermit Cworch, Ilev. David R.
Moor. Pn:.tor. I'rraclilng every Siibbatb.
nt 19:30 n. in, nnd 7!R0 p. M. Weekly prayer
meeting Wednesday evening nt,,Mp. m.
Younic peoples pruyer meeting Uabbatb.
erenrng nt 6:30 o'clock,
METHomm El'iacoPAi. Cltuncii, Rev. D C.
ThomiK pistor. .TnlinT. Sanderson 8. H.
Snperlntaiidniit. Mablmtb Services Preach
ing 10:;;(l a. m. nnd 7:30 p.m. Clnssis0:UUu. m.
Helwol ;:, p. m. Prnycr meeting
Mondny nnd Ttuinuny nights.
TntNiTY Evangelical Lutheran, Nortk'
Mulberry street. IterulurHtirvlces In German
or Kngllsh every Snbbnth at 1U:!M a. m and
7:0p. in. Pastor, Itev. Knumeyer. lU'sl-
denro at puraoniige, North llulborry trtt.
UT. MATIIRWS BVASCELICAI. I.Vl'ltEUAN,
Kast Hunter street, Rev. Ii V. Mltlcr, Pas
tor. Preaching every Sunday at 10 n. m.
and 3 p. m. Hunday sellout 9u.ni, and 1 p.
m. English each alternate Sunday after
noon. Ut. John Catholic, T J. Cndy Rector. Mats
everr Himdny nt tt nnd 10 a. m.; cnteculiim,
2::v nnd vespers nt !' p. m. Low mass ev
ery morning at 7 1 . M.
Notice Is hereby given that Healed proposals
will be received by the Commissioners or
Hocking County, Ohio, nt the Audttor'Hofflco
In Lognn, O., up to 1 o'clock p. in. of Vrlday,
November 12th, ltWO, for the superstructure. or
one Iron Bridge,
llrklge to bo one span, 110 feet extreme
length, with one roadway 12 feet in the clear,
and with a capacity of loo pounds to the
nqunre foot, rolling load: to be built over
Hush Creek In Marlon township, at Illte'a
(now ScIioU'd) Still.
By order of tho Commissioners ofHocklnr
Wm. it. Bowkn, County Auditor.
Looan, O., Oct. 19, 18S0 twks.
PHYSICIAN AND PECIALI3T
iM DCO Deformities, Stiff
vUn CO . Joints, Lung Dis
eases, Pilos, Asthma, Bronchitis
and Consumption (in its incipient
stage) Ithcumutism. Liver Com
plaint, Dyspepsia, St Vitus' Danco,
Fits, Kidney and Blood DIsoases,
catarrah, Head Ache, Weak und
Aching Back, Neuralgia and all
and evory Chronic Disease, Old
Sores, Scrofula and all Skin Dis
eases. I locate the disease, by making
a chemical examination of a sam
ple of tho patient's urine. The first ' "
passed in the morning proferred.
Mi treatment for 1'Uea ia new,
pulnleaa, anfe and certain, JHyi
All dlsoaso causod from secret .
habits, Loss of Virility, Manhood;
and Vital Force treated success
fully, as thousands can testify,
whose llfo, provlous to cure, was
Female Diseases of all kinds,
successfully cured In a short time,
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY,
NOV. 4k cfc t$
TBRNS CASH, PBICS8 REi&OIABU,