Tower of Strength
Tower ofSlrens;tb. I Hamilton, O., July SO. 1877. : To the Editor of the Enquirer: . j Butler County, with her; 2,503 Democratic ma jority, has determined to present to the approaching approaching State Convention tbe-name tbe-name tbe-name of Job E. Owens, Esq.. of this city, as a candidate for State Treasurer. The present incumbent Hon. John M. Millikin, is from this county, and -in -in tbo eternal fitness of things" it would seem exceedingly appropriate that his opponent should hail from the same place. Iu Democratic councils' Butler County should certainly be entitled to some recognition, and especially especially should this be true when we present such a person as Job E. Owens, who, for years and years,' has been one of our most industrious and uromi- uromi- nent Democrat. In the Slate, an.l has never been a candidate for any position. Known throughout the entire State at an unflinching and uncompromising uncompromising Democrat a man of strict integrity, of most excellent business capacities, having been for years at the head of tbe large manufacturing establishment establishment of Owens, Lane lt Dyer, personally popular and an indefatigable worker, bis name ou our State ticket as the candidate for State Treasurer will be a tower of strength and greatly help us on to victory. To the untiring etforts oi Mr. Owens more than to any other one man is Butier Connty indebted for ber large and constantly increasing Democratic majority for lo! these many years. With a proper representative of the people for-Governor for-Governor for-Governor and Owens for Treasurer. Butier Connty can be put down for three thousand Democratic majority. Give us Owens for Treasurer. j Butlxb.