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THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1892.
THE OHIO DEMOCRAT.
A.. H. Wilson, ... Editor,
Entered at thePod-ojjicc at Logan
as S'ccoml-clasx matter.
At tho County Primary for 1801;
Mny 7 til.
JOSEPH N. KKHSLER.
JAMES I1ENKY OARNES.
1). M. 0'IIARE.
JOHN G, KlUNN
Nkxt Saturday is the Democrat
ic Primary. Bo sure to select the
Fouakkh did not cut a wide
swath at Cleveland, but ho may bo
saving himself for Minneapolis.
PunsKr.i, i.s Chairman of the Re
publican State Central Committee.
''On what meat doth this, our Cea
Bar, feed '.'"
Tiik Democratic State Conven
tion will be held at Columbus on
June 11 and loth. Hocking Coun
ty will be entitled to live delegates.
Tin: Hay number of thcvi?'l--lt-tcur
has just reached us.'With this
number this excelcnt authority on
all that pertains to Art finishes
its thirteenth year. Greater things
than ever are promised for the com
ing year. Thirty-six colored studies
and .numerous designs every year,
together with a largo amount of
useful information on art subjects
in each number. Published at
$1.00 per year or 33 ct pr number,
by M. .Marks. 23 Union Squar New
York. Send for sampls number.
The lloxircll 11111.
1. Be it enacted by the ren-
joml assembly of tho state of Ohio,
that each board of cyunty school
.examiners shall have power to, and
shall make all necessary provisions
and arrangements for, and shall
hold examinations of pupils of the
subdistricts and special districts
in tho subjects of orthography,
reading, writing, arithmetic, geog
raphy, physica'l geography, English
grammar, United States history
and physiology. Such examina
tions shall be held in tho county
seats on the first Saturday of April
and May of each year, and shall
be of such a character as shall en
able tho successful applicants to
enter any high school in thecounty.
Skc. 2. To pach successful appli
cant who shall deliver an oration
or declamation, or read an essay
in some public place provided by
tho clerk of tho township board
of education, a diploma shall be
formally presented on tho ilrst Sat
urday of June of each year, in the
county seat, at the conclusion of
the annual address, which address
shall be provided by the board of
.county examiners; provided, that
the township commencement shall
bo under the control and direction
of a teacher of tho township who
Shall have been appointed to that
duty by the clerk of the township
board of education.
Skc. 3. The tuition of such grad
uates as may attend any village or
city high school of this county may
be paid by the board of education
of tho special or township districts
in which such pupils may reside.
SKC. 1. The compensation of the
county examiners for their official
services and the necessary contin
gent expenses incident to examina
tions and commencements, shall
be paid oijj, of the county treasury
in manner provided in section 1075
of the revised statutes; provided,
however, that the expenses of tho
township commencements shall be
paid by the township board of edu
cation. Skc. 5. This act shall take effect
and be in force from and after its
Passed March 0, 189 2.
il0?f. iltVINK DUNGAX.
We take pleasure in reproducing
(lie loiiowing complimentary no
tice of our Jtl.O. from tho Washing.
Jon, 1). O. Democrat of the lQtli.
Mr. Duiigan is making a favora
ble Impression on his cotempora
rJen; . ,
'It gives us pleasure to give tho
readers of tiio Democrat an oppor
tunity to run! so clear and concise
an article 0.1 the silver question as
js presented In tho speech of Mr.
Dungan of Ohio. Tho speech is
none too long for tho ordinary rea
der and it preserves the charm and
novelty of holn
it to thoso who may bodoublingaR
to tho expediency of following in
tho wako of Wall street. It was
Mr. Welter, wo believe, who told
Samlvlll to bo sure and find out
what hts enemy wanted and then
do exactly the opposite. The groat
mass of producers and laborers
know that they have nothing in
common with the moneycrats of
our country and that the gain of
Wall Street means tho loss of the
people. Head tho picture drawn
by Mr. Dungan and remember that
after 27 years of toil and taxation,
after liavjng paid in monoy, over
one half tho debt, money llntwn
from the life-blood of tho nation,
that our peoplo aro still serfs to
money and monopoly and that it
will take more hours of labor, more
drops of sweat, more tolling days
and restless nights to produco the
wheat, the corn, tho pork, tho beef
and the cotton which must bo pro
duced to pay what still remains,
twenty-seven years more of bond
age. Ah! no; in the same decreas
ing ratio of values and increasing
ratio of money it will take twice
twenty-seven years to rid us of the
incubus of money and monopoly.
Mr. Dungan is one of Congress
who stands by his pledges and ho
deserves to bo returned by the far
mers and laborers of his district
even if he has been gerrymander
ed out of Ills majority, and wo
trust to sec him triumphantly returned."
It Don't Work.
The two blast furnaces of this
Valley, Bessie and Buchtel, which
were running until a few days ago
have "blown out," their fires are
dead and an air of idleness per
vades their precincts.
A diirerence of opinion between
operators and workmen as to tho
value of a day's labor is the alleg
ed cause for the stop.
It has been tho loud and prosis
tent boast of the high tariff advo
cates that the 0110 special effect of
the tariff robbery, is to increase the
wages of the workingman.
Every high tariir newspaper,
great or small, and every stump
orator from McKinley to Gen. Gros
venor has iterated and reiterated
tho statement from every rostrum
in the land.
Under such circumstances it is
not to bo wondered at, that the la
borers in and about Bessie and
Buchtel, made an effort to gather
some of the fruits of tho legislation
specially designed for them, but
when the attempt is made they aro
met with worse than failure.
They find the promises of tho Re
publican high protection howlers
to be like the fabled apples of the
plain of Sodom, fair on the outside,
but within, filled only with acrid
It does not meet the status of
the case to reply that tho rate was
not changed on pig iron by tho Mc
Kinley bill, for the rate was found
sutllcicntly high to suit tho projec
tors of that measure, and the claim
was arrogantly made that the gen
eral features of tho measure were
such as to work great and benefi
cial changes to tho laborers in
every department of industry.
Most likely the claim of the iron
operators of this Valley are true,
and they, perhaps find it impossi
ble to give the men tho advance
Competition in iron is fierce and
the Hocking Valley furnaces find
it hard to meet their southern com
petitors in the matter of prices, but
that does not aid the advocates of
high duties in 1 lie maintaiuance of
their claims as to the effect of their
doctrine on the business of tho la
borer. The conclusion of fact in the caso
is that the tariff act does not net as
a lever to raise tho price of labor
or to increase tho demand for wor
kers, but acts only to the direct
injury of every consumer in tho
land, and its benefits, if any, goes
exclusively to tho few who form
the trusts and combines which it
creates and fosters.
Tho only relief for tho peoplo is
to reduce the rates as low as is con
sistent witli ample revenue, and
thus reduce tho cost of living.
THE TA.RIFF IS A TAX.
An Unusual List Of .Vuinrs.
The Cosmopolitan begins its thir
teenth volunin May i.-sue,underthe
Joint editorship of Mr. W. D. IIo
wolls and Mr. Walker with a table
of contents which will attract at
tention. James Russell Lowell, Frank R.
Stockton, Theodore Itooaovelt, Ed
mund Clarence Stedman, Henry
James, Prof. II. II. Hoyesen, Ham
lin Garland, John Hay, Sarah Orno
Jewott, Prof. Langlcy of tho Smith
sonian. Thomas Wontworth llle
ginson.and W. I). Ilowells himself
free from weary- aro among tho contributors. The
ONE CENT PKltMtl.KTt) 1'NjUA,
OHIO, State ENCAMPMENT,
0. A. It.
On May 8th, Oth, and 10th, tho
Popular Buckeye Rout, will sell ex
cursion tickets to Plqua Ohio and
return at the low rate of ono cent
per milo to all those ddsiring to at
tend tho Stato Encampment,
Grand Army of tho Republic to bo
held at that place, May 12th, to
TheC. II. V. 16 T. R'y. Is tho of
ficial line from points in Southern
Ohio. Information concerning time
of trains, eeti, will bo cheerfully
furnished by; Agi'nts of.thoC. II.
V. & T. R'y. or W. II. Fislier, G P.
T. A., Columbus, O. . ".,.",,-
To Introduce our seeds wo muko
the following offer for a Limitkd
1 pk'ge. Golden wax beans 10
Lima " 10
Dwarf peas 20
Polo " 15
Long Dark Blood beets.. 15
Early " "...15
' .Sweet corn 10
We will send you tho above for
only 34 CENTS (postage prepaid.)
Also 50 cents worth of ilower seeds,
finest varieties, including pansies,
&c, for only 20 CENTS. Do not
send stamps. A postal note is pref
erable for small amounts.
OBERLIN SEED t O.,
Detroit, Mich., Juno G to 7th. Oive
and one-third fare.
Helena, Mon., June 7 to 12. Half
Akron, O., June, 27, to 29. Half
Notice to Builders.
Honied bids will he received nt tlie oflleo of
the Clerk of tho llonrd of Ediicntlon (if Fulls
township, IIocltltiB County, O., nt my calico
In tho Court House, with County lU-eonliT,
until 12 o'clock, nt noon, on tho 2Stl dnv of
Mny, 1892, lor building one brick lU'linnllioiiM
In Mild townsh p, In Huh Dint No. 0. according
to plnns nml KpeclflcntlmiKon tile In wild of
fice. None hut the lowest responsible bid will
boncceptcd nml the said ISonrcl mny reserve
rlghtK to reject nil bids, lly order of tho
llonrd or Kducntlpn of Fulls TonuMnii,
Uncivilly County, Ohio.
J). M. Kasodk,
Cleric of llonrd.
Hodd quarters for Carpets. The largest and most
complete line of floor covering ever shown by any
. house in Southern Ohio.
Frximia moquetje to a cheap ingrain
n rn ,p.. h m ra mnu.x
Were inducements sufficient to attract trade from
Columbus,, Ohio, to whom we sold the largest order of
Brussels Carpet of the season. The demand for mat
ting is rapidly growing and our patterns are new and
desirable. Beautiful rugs, Oil Cloths, Leinoleum.
, Drugettes and window shades in great quantities.
We will- mention a few Bargains for April.
2000 yds Cocheco, Aliens and Pacific full standard
prints new choice designs 5c. A superior quality of
4-4 Brown Muslin 5c. 100 dozen men's full seamless
1-2 hose 5c. regular 10c quality.
Royal bargains5 in Lace Curtains (must be . seen to
appreciate them) 56 to 60 inches wide 3 1-2 yds long
1.45, 2.00; 25, 2.75,. 3.00, 3.20, 3.50 a-pair.
We Are Handling
A New Line of Shoes, quality and style far exceeding
any former stock we have ever carried and would be
pleased to have you call and inspect; for we are con
fident our line in this department is complete.
Ie Are Open for
The Spring Trade.
We have received the fines and best selected stock of
TAILOR MADE SPRING CLOTHING
that ever arrived in Logan. We have over 250 differ
ent styles and grades of Mens', Boys' and Childrens'
Suits, which were made by the largest manufacturers
in New .York, Philadelphia and Boston.
Mr. N. Wolinsky, of the firm of Baskin & Wolinskv.
Ms taken particular pains in selecting this stock when
ne was east. Having had 18 years experience in the
clothing business, he could not fail in selecting the
finest of patterns and styles that could be flacl in the
market. The same in Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats
and Caps, Trunks and Valises, Ladies' and Gents' Boots
and Shoes, etc., etc. All other goods we will sell at
such low prices that have never been offered in Logan
or Hocking County. To convince the, public that we
mean what we say, we ask you to call and learn our
prices before purchasing'elsewhere, as it will be to
your own interest.
P. S. A Beautiful Necktie given away with , every
dollar shirt bought from us.
BASH k WOLINSKY,
Collins & Moore's Old Stand, Opposite Court liouse, Logan, Ohio.
IJ. IX ttl Did
Real Roman Hippodrome!
2 Menageries, Museum, ., ''
Elevated Stage and Free Horse Show.
3 Oiro-u.ses In One 3
The Best and Finest Tented Shows', of the Age!
Unequaled in skilled and Adroit Performances!
Elaborately Organized! Magnificently Equipped!
Incomparable in Versatility! .
Unexceptionable in .s tractions!
Splendid in Apportionments.
Startling in Daring Feats,
Superlative in Costumes,
Supreme in Attractions.
o A Prodigious Programme of Super-Sensational Acts!
Hotly contested Hippodrome Haces! Astounding Marvels of Contor
tion! Classic Olympian I'astimes! Terrible Atrial Achievements!
Trite Performances Ignored! Furious Chariot -Itaoes! Exciting
Ladies' Fiat llaces! Double Bareback Standing Ilaces! Roman
THE WORLD BEWITCHING
.1 . JTf. .'
TERPSICHORE'S FAIREST VQTA'itfY.
THE ROYAL T0KI0 TROUPfi OF -JAPANESE!
Jug statistics and at the same time
H clear V Miows tie lam lliai- Itv sue b ive 1 known hi-IIiIh i 1.' w
wt which the speaker handles j Kemble, Frederic Remington, F. si.
We trust every reader of the
J)niiH'UAT. will carefully read this
excellent urgiimuit ttti then give
Church, Walter Crane, William M
Chase, C. S. Reinhai t, Dan Heard,
(Jeorgo Wharton' Edwards, Wilson
de Mezij, cot. '
A hirsute human being with huge Talons and Claws, capahlo of rend
ing into fragments tho most formidable of animals. The reader's at
tention is directed to our small hills and circulars, for full doscrlptlon'of
tills strange being,
Elephants, Tigers, Camels, Lions, and all Uonsts and HIrds
-Si""" - Cfi?'
klmm Urn Kli k
o It Intended is Pin
GMT SALE BF SUMMER UNDERWEAR!
Beginning; Monday morning, April 25th, and will continue two
week's only. Prices to please customers.
KfiUozcn Children's and Misses' flno round thread
""Jersey Rib Vests, all sizes, to bo placed on sale at
ju cents en en xiiese goeds aro worth more than dou
ble the money.
(IfiDazen Children's and Misses' Gauzo Vests, verv
llue, double thread, elastic stitch, trimmed seams,
mi niii-H, iruiii jo mitt, nt prices i mm ju cents uswards.
Please call at once, before sizes aro broken.
"IQftDozen Ladies' Fine Swiss Jersey Rib Vests to
J-wv'be placed on sale at 10 cents ouch.
05 Dozen Long Sleeve Vests in Fino Balbriggan and
"""Jersey Rib, will, be offered at 25 cents each.
OK Dozen Ladies' Llslo Thread Vests, very line, best
""material, marked down to 25 cents.
flQDozen Men's Balbriggan Shirts, elastic seams and
""hems, reduced to 25 cents each. Please bring this
advertisement wlion you como and get goods as ad
05 Dozen Opaque Window Shades, mounted on Cam
i'o spring rolleiv, colors all desirable, aro in the
swim for the next two weeks at 25 cents eacli.
OUR OWN IMPORTATION LACE CURTAINS!
re sold like all other-ponds in nur nirm this mnnno
25 per cent, less than other stores.
now wouiti you iiko to buy Fino Brass Mounted
Curtain Poles at 19 cents each? That's the price at
tho Lion Storo.
You can buv full count nins at 1 nenf. nnnor. full
ers try to sell samo at 5 cents per paper.
Full boxes Steele polished Carpet Tacks at 1 cent
Best Skirt Braid.sells every day at 5 cents per bolt.
Best make Tidy Cotton,at 6 cents per bull.
Clark's Cotton Thread at 4 cents per spool.
Call for G cent Unbleached Moulin nt. tim t.tow
STORE, and convince vonrvinir flint nttim-a i..iir i..tr.
lungs out trying to sell tho same at (! null 7 cents n
. Just received a complete lino 6f hand mado Tor
AH the new novelties in HHlrniin .m.i n.-,ir.,i-ir
Goods at the LION STORE.
Wo liavo in stock complete lines of Kid Gloves,
Silk and TalTotta Mitts and Gloves.
THE LION STORE,
Bishop Block, Logan, Ohio. Bert Stcdem, Manager.
' "" yank '
Main Store, Opera House Block, Lancaster, Ohio, :;: