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OANTON AGAIN BEOOaNIZBD.
Our worthy fellow citizen J. J. Ashon
hut at haB been nominntud for Oovernor
of Ohio, on a tariil reform platform,
with a prohibition ldoa in it. This la a
strong nomination. Mr. Ashenhurat is
a man of brains and of integrity and he
is In tho Dght to win. Ho is tho ilrat in
the Hold with the tariff reform idea, and
all the Btars aro saying that tarilf re
form is going to win this year.
Wo understand Mr. Ashenhurat will
make ft thorough canvass of
the State, spoaking in every
county, and ho will make
n specialty of Farmers picnics. This
is the flrat tlmo that the party carrying
the Prohibition idea has over nominat
ed a man for Governor, not a minister.
Mr. Ashenhurat is not a minister,
neither is ho n lawyer, or a doctor. The
fact that all tho other candidates with
drew just before tlio voting commenced,
is of itself an indication of Mr. Ashen
hurst's strength in tho convention.
Tho nominee for Lloutonant Govern
or, W. J Kirkendall.of Jackson county,
is a loading member of tho Farmers'
Alliance, as Is Waldo F. Urown, of
Hutler county, tho nomlneo for Dairy
Commissioner. As Mr. Ashenhurst is
to opon his campaign in btark county,
wosuggOBt that ho wait until Major
McKinley'a nomination next week,
when a sorles of joint debates
can bo ananged between tho
two rivals for Gubernatorial glory.
Mr. Ashenhurst's platform 13 for aoso
luto free trde, except in casca where
foreign countries set up a larliT barrier
on our products, when tariil Is to bo
levied for purposes of punishment.
Hence tho issuo is well defined between
McKlnley and Ashenhurat. And now
as a hot and exasperating canvass is
nbout to start in with the dog days, we
trust tho friends of the rlvnl candidates
will not resort to perconaj detraction
or abuse, in order to gain political ad
vantage. Wo bespeak for both McKln
ley and Ashenhurst, a fair and respect
That a largo number of very intelli
gent ltepubllcuns will vote against Mc
Ktnloy this year is well known. We
hear of them in all sections of Ohio.
This is on account of his new tarilt law.
A special from Clyde, Ohio, to the To
ledo Ueo says:
"This town contains probably more
Republicans to the squaio inch than
any other place in tho state, and yet
with all of that a majority ot those seeu
by a Ree correspondent are deadly op
posed to McKlnley. They argue like
many others that the McKlnley bill
has proved disastrous to tho merchaut,
manufacturer, farmer and consumer,
nnd ho is therefore not worthy of rec
ognition among tho Republicans, lie
is opposed by tho most prominent and
inllueutlal business men here, and thoy
are universally outspoken in denounc
It is on nccount of tho belief that Mc
Klnloy is doomed to defeat in Ohio this
year, that has caused such a contest for
tho Democratic nomination of Govern
or. Any Democrat, who Is elected
Governor of Ohio tins year.wlll stand a
fair show to head the .National ticket
A letto'r appears in tho Cleveland
Flaln Dealer today from Geo. L. Couch,
of Lorain county, to a Republican
friend, A. D. Hayes, in which Couch
admits that ho was guilty of tho crime
of colonizing voters from Lorain
county Into McKinley'a district last
all. Couch Is a prominout Republi
can, and hns Just been defeated for tho
nomination for representative to the
Ohio legislature. The following is an
extract rrom Couch's letter. It is dated
Wellington. Olilo, May 20, 1801:
"I have Riven thousands of dollars in
money, while Haskell has given dollars,
and 1 cl dm that It is sticii llopubltcau
work as that which keeps tho party to
gether. Last year 1 paid the entire
local expense of our town myself, send
ing voters into MKrlnloy's district and
doing everything 1 could. No other
man in Wellington gave me a dollar."
Aren't thoy a sweet lot, though?
AN INVENTORY OF TUB AIWtAY.
From tho MinMi. Id Klilcld.
The alleged respec'nbles who signed
the recent circular sent out from Cin
cinnati in opposition to Governor
Campbell aro mainly soreheads nnd
disappointed ofllce seekers, a number
of whom failed to get soft places under
the Governor. And thero'a only 28 of
them all told.
DONAVIN A8 AN ADVANCE AOENT.
l'rom tho Mnn-ii-i,! shield.
Ashhnd county Democrats send
greeting to Sim. Donavln with a solid
delegation for Governor Campbell.
Ashland Is one of tho counties Sim.
thought ho had fixed Wo still Insist
that Sim.'s salary as a Neal missionary
ought to be reduced.
Horo 1b the Campbell Pyramid of Staunch
Ferry, " 2."o "majority.
Hutler, " 3 OOu " majority.
Holmes, " 2,800 " majority.
Licking, " 1,G0 " majority.
Fairfield, " l,7Cit " majority.
Ashland, " )'m " majority.
Hocking, " 700 " majority.
Richland, ' 1,200 " majority.
Cohhocton, " 1,000 " majority.
Not one Democratic county in Ohio
has declared against Gov. Campbell.
Ross county, the homo of Hon. Law
rence T. Neal, went Republican last fall
by 180 majority.
Vlewu of a Southern Dcmocratlo Journal.
1 n in tlm Now Oitcini States.
The Cincinnati Lnquirer and tho
gang of ward toughs that it represents
are making as bitter a war against Gov
ecnor Campbell as they did against
Allen G I'nurmnn, but the bettor ele
ment ot tho Democratic party In Ohio
Is supporting Campbell.audthe chnnces
are the tricksters and tradors will be
sent to the rear.
We loarn that about four hundred
will go to tho Republican State Con
vention at uommuus,irom siarK coun
ty, on tho 52 special rate, including n
good sprinkling of Democrats. The
News-Dumochat will contain a full
account of tho trip, but It will not be of
tho character of the notice given the
Democratic city council of Canton, of
tho Pittsburg trip, by President Sef
ton's Sunday organ. And now, at the
very outset of a glowing and glorious
campaign, allow us to atate that we
propose to run a clean canvass. We
propose to treat Major McKinley with
that personal respect that Is due his
high personal character, and wepro
poso to treat all tho individual mem
bers of the Republican party as gentle
men. In writing up excursions, con
ventions and political meetings we pro
poso to give tlio facts, so far 113 the
tacts bear on tho political questions at
Issue, "with malice towards none nnd
charity Jor all. Democrats will have
no occasion this year to indulge in per
sonal warfare, as tho field of legitimate
endeavor Is so vast arid full of alluring
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The handsome urbane and discreetly
diplomatic Sim K. Donavln was sent ns
a missionary to A3hlaud county to fix
matters for a Neal delegation. Mr
Donavln did the work, and reported
everything fixed When the Democrats
of Ashland came In from the farms
they unllxed Col Donavin's delegation
and selected a solid Campbell delega
tion. As we 111 derstand the situation
the delegates selected by the Demo
cratic masses will name the Democratic
nominee for Governor of Ohio, and not
the men who print elaborate interviews
ngainst Campbell in tho Enquirer.
It was truly a wiso conclusion on tho
nart of tho Farmer's Alliance not to no
Into politics ns a political party. Tlio far
mer that succeeds In his calling Is not a
politician, and tho moment ho neglects li Is
farm for politics ho must lnrgoly abandon
his homo work for tlio actlvo Hold of un
certain results. His best energies must
bo given in n work that lias at tlio end of
It llttlo or no compensation, and every
day, nnd, In fact, every turn in tho road,
will demand of him an outlay of his hard
earned money Wooster Republican.
Tho above is lrom a leading editorial
in the Republican organ of Wayne
county, after tho County Farmer's Alli
ance decided not to put a ticket in the
Held. This advice is quite unique.
This Republican organ advises far
mers to attend strictly to their hens,
cattle and crops, and let the monopo
lists, nnd millionaires, who have lots of
time, nnd who own almost everything
in sight, to do their thinking for them
and mako the laws.
Dn. Mui.i.r thinks Canton could
better afford to lose tho Duober Works
than Major McKlnley. See Iocil re
port And yet, why should wo not have
both ? We propose to keep both the
Major aud the Works. The peoplo of
Ohio in November will spare us the
Major, and a coming Democratic Ad
ministration, uhieli will restore good
times, will brine back the watch work
ers driven out o town, as tho secondary
cause of tho McKlnley bill.
Gov.Rus8ell. tho Democratic Gover
nor of Massachusetts is criticised be
cause ho signed the new liquor law,
which permits tho peoplo of the city of
Boston to stand while drinking, or to
drink standing. We can see no ob
jection to this. Sedentary drinks in
Boston were not in the lino of retorm.
Tho Albany Journal says It was dis
covered that when a man Bar. down to
drink ho hated to get up. And there Is
another objection to sedentary drink
ing as compared with drink standing.
A man sitting down does not know
bow much he can stand.
forgot tho Grand Offor wo mako to
subscribers of The Stark County
Democrat. Every subscriber of the
Democrat can easily secure a friend
to tako tho paper for one year at one
liar. As an Inducement to subscrib
ers to Increase tho subscription list of
the paper, wo will send f reo to every
subscriber securing a now subscription
a copy of that famous picture "OHltlST
BEFORE PILATE." Size 21 by 28
Inches. Equal in artistlo merit to pic
tures eoldjn stores for 85,
delay, but Becuro a dollar ifrora your
neighbor, send it to us, and wo will
send you this grand work of art and
tho DemaorAT to your neighbor for
ono year. Bend paper dollar in letter
THE DEMOCRAT FILISHIH& CO,,
The third party of Canton (with tho
Prohibition Idea in it) propose to glvo
Candidate- Ashenhurst a reception.
TI1I3 is proper. Tho Democrats always
turn out In good force to the McKlnley
receptions, nnd now all classes, which
means the peoplo, should respond with
befitting grace and enthusiasm to the
Ashenhurst reception. Mr. Ashen
hurst has no money to oxpend on brass
instruments and red lire, but wo under
stand ho has somo pointers on free
trado that Pagan idolaters can listen to
Major McKim cy was aprlvato soldier
at seventeen, 1 rosccutinir altonuy of
Stark county at twenty-one, nnd will bo
inaugtirttcd Govirnor of Ohio at forty
olpht -tClovelninI leader.
Jamcn E. Campbell was a private In
the marines at V He has been three
times elected to Congress in a Republi
can disttict, once elected Governor,
running 11,000 ntead of his ticket, and
he will be re-elected in November by
the largest maju.lty ever given a Dem
ocrat in Ohio.
A VERY TELLINGf EXPOSURE.
(From the roungstomi Vindicator
"Last year I paid tho entiro local
expense of our town myself, sending
voters into McKinley'a district nnd
doing overythlng I could."
Tho foregoing Is an extract from a
letter written by Mayor Couch, of Wel
lington, Lorain county, to a township
committeemen, using it as an argument
In favor of his (Couch's) nomination for
representative. And McKlnley Is tho
man whom Republicans will put for ward
as their candldato for governor! No
on is foolish enough to believe that
McKlnley did not know that such
shameless frauds were perpetrated In
his name! How will such disclosures
operate with honest Republicans ? Can
they support candidates whoso candida
cies are conducted In such a manner?
The Concord, N. II,, Monitor, a paper
owned and editorially directed by Sen
ator Chandler announces Hint the
wages of tho employes in the largest
cotton mill In that vicinity have just
been reduced 10 per cent. It is evident
that tho McKlnley bill U onhancing tho
comfort of the New Ilampshlro labor
ing man, In about the samo ratio as it
enhanced the valuo of real estnto on
South street, Canton, after it caused tlio
money panic in New York, which re
sulted in driving over COO skilled work
men out of this city, in fact it works
tlio same everywhere.
Miller Purvis, n life-long Republican,
editor of tho Farmers' Alliance Herald,
of Mt. Gilead, Is out strongly ngainst
tlio re-election of Senator Sherman and
tho election of McKinloy for Governor.
There are old time Republicans in
every township in Ohio who will not
vote for high taxes U1I3 fall. Somo
will vote tho Farmers' Alliance ticket,
but thoso who aro senslblo aud want to
vote where their votes will do tho most
good will vote tho Democratic ticket.
Ykrtekday wo printed an extract
from Mayor Couch, of Wellington, In
which ho admitted having colonized
voters into McKinley'a district last fall.
There la no doubt that somo -KX) or 500
colonized voters wero voted in Medina
county for McKlnley last fall. Tho
YOto of Medina for President In 1S88,
with a very full vote, was 5,51 1. Last
fall Medina cast 5,801 votes. Voters
were not only colonized from Medina,
but also from Summit and Portage.
Occasionally a Democratic rasc.il
Is developed, when every g. 0. p. organ
from Penobscot to Alaska raves and
tears over it. At presont there are no
Democratic rascals In sight to match
the S22.000 Republican rascal (Will
Cook) of Toledo, and there is never
likely to be any National Democratic
scoundrels to match the SOGO.OOO coterlo
now lu limbo In Philadelphia.
The latest news from Ohio is that
chaos still reigns in both parties; that
tho farmers will or will not run a State
ticket; that Gov. Campbell ha3 not re
signed; that Major McKinloy has not
declared for free trade; that John
Sherman Is not favoring tho sub-treasury
plan; and that the ovorheated cor
respondents aro taking n rest before
springing any more piobald political
fakes upon tho country. N. Y. Recorder.
The Farmer's Allliance Herald, of
Mt. Gilead, will oppose Sherman and
McKinley. Tho Farmer's Alliance, as
we understand it, aro organizing to op
pose tho existing economic system, that
has brought ruin on the farmers. John
Sherman and William McKlnley, Jr.,
aro tho foremost advocates of the pres
ent system. If the Alliance does not
oppose what they are opposed to thoy
aie either hypocrites or ignoramuses,
and thoy aro neither.
Onio is usually a Republican State.
To elect McKinley might make him a
Presidential candidate, but it would
only intensify an issue on which tlio
Democrats should win. But if Govern
or Campbell should again carry Oalo on
thestralght issue of tariil reform, home
rule and honest economical government
tho Protection nnd Monopoly party
would be practically beaten in advance
of "J2. It is worth trying for. Now
The New York World is right.
Booms for tho Democratic Presidential
candidates are premature. Let us see
how New York, Ohio, Iowa and Massa
chusetts voto this fall. Somebody may
be eliminated and Eomebody else may
become a great factor aa the outcome
of this year's campaign. Helena
The McKlnlev bill is still getting in
its work. The business tailures durlug
the past seven ilnya number 211. Last
year for tho same period they number
ed 212 Tho amounts Involved are also
mucli larger. It was only a little over
n year ago when McKinloy mnde his
speech at the Masslllon convention, in
which ho predicted great prosperity on
the passage of his bill. Instead, we
have had nothing but disasters, nnd
matters ure getting no better.
Tun Democratic State Convention
should bo held in Toloilo. They know
how to entertain peoplo up there, aud it
Is a cool town. Masslllouian.
Wo aro glad to ngree with the Massll
Ionian. Toledo has one ot the llnest
halls In the Stato for a State convention
aud the best press club, and her hotel
accommodations aro ample.
LOCAL LESSONS ON THE BOBBER
Tho Peter 3aller cigar manufactur
ing incident is a local object lesson in
the tariff, it cannot bo disputed, nor
can it be brushed aside, palliated, or de
fended. As It is here, so aro other
episodes In different lndustrloi else
where. The woolen mills lu Tiilln, tho
celluloid manufactories in Toledo, nnd
other enterprises throughout tho coun
try. Tho glittering theories c : tho Mc
Klnley bill, which the hired young en
thusiasts of tho Protectico Tariff
League present, cannot compete with
the concrete facts that occur in each
particular town. Tho protective theory
is entrancing, but It Is not business nor
The Democrats of Tuscarawas
county met In county convention on
Saturday nud selected delegates to the
Stato Convention and nominated a
county tlckot. We received a dispatch
from New Philadelphia on Saturday
evening giving the result, but it came
after our city edition had gouo to press.
Tuscarawas was one of tho counties
that tho Neal men expected to carry.
Tho Hon. Sim K. Donavln did somo
special work in that county against
Campbell some six weeks ngo, and quite
a number of the leading Democrats of
New Philadelphia wero Neal men, but
when the Democrats came In from the
rural districts they wore all for Camp
bell. Our dispatch from New Philadel
phia is from Frank 0. Irvine. In clos
ing ho says: 'Tho Neal men made a
light against instructing delegates to
the State Convention for Campbell, but
the delegates wero Instructed to vote
for Campbell as long as there Is a pos
slblo chance of his nomination."
Hiram Doll, of Canton, who has
been urged by some of his moro indis
creet Republican friends to squander
some of the hard earnrd mouey ho
gathered in the County Treasurer's
ofllce, lu a campaign for Sheriff, is said
to bo hesitating. The outlook in Stark
is not so rosy as it was a few months
ago, before the McKinloy bill precipita
ted the money panic, which resulted in
tho mo3t disastrous failure ever known
in Stark county, driving 500 able bodied
Republicans out of tho city. Mr. Doll
Ib a discreet man and at present he
snuffs no victory In tho alrot the g. o. p.
Mr. Doll is in the grocery business and
knows that more laboring men in this
city are hard up than over before
known in tho history of this city. He
also knows of quite a number of labor
ing men in this city who havo voted tho
Republican ticket for tho last tlmo.
Doll don't care just now to sell out his
groceries, on time, hence ho i9 liable not
to stand as a victim, for sheriff.
The Dayton Journal thinks that af
ter Poraker lias made his speech nom
inating Major McKlnley, tho fogs
which now conceal an alleged contro
versy between the eloquent ox-gover
nor and Senator Shorman will havo
been cleared away, and a scene of per
feet harmony presented to tho enrap
tured, although somewhat doubting
view. This delightful consummation
may be reached if, in that momentous
Bpeech, Joey B. does not draw a care
fully sharpened razor from hla boot leg
and artistically carvo that aforesaid
fog into large nnd Iridescent chunks.
Foraker'a mouth Is entirely too unre
liable a quantity to sell well in the pools.
The fact that Campbell delegates
were elected from Columbus to the
State convention on Saturday night,
most of them by overwhelming majori
ties, looks like a Waterloo for Neal. A
dispatch from Columbus to tho Pitta
burg Dispatch of today, says:
"The overwhelming victory of tho
Campbell men In the Democratic
primaries yesterday in this county
must be especially gratifying to tho
Governor. The best generals of the
opposition wero in command and tho
fight wii3 openly made, as was the claim
that tlio Capital delegation would be
J. J. Asiieniiuust, of Canton, tho Pro
hibition candldato for Governor, was a
candidate for Conttress in tlio McKinloy
Warwick district last full, but not ninny
peoplo woro awaro of tho fact. Ullly
Canpcllcr's Mansllehl Xows.
True, but it is now being noised
abroad, all over the htate, and tho fact
of his candidacy for Governor.on a free
trade, farmers' platform, with a Pro
hibition idea in it, is now felt in tho
summer breezes that sough among tho
water cresses nnd mint, for juleps, of
the verdant valley of tho Nlmlshlllen.
The Quaker City seems to bo pretty
well shaken up llnancially, aud it would
appear ns If a little of the good, old
tashloned Quaker honoaty we read
about, woula be very desirable, espec
ially among tho banking fraternity. At
this dtatance It looks as if John Wana
maker'a Sunday School is not working
up to apeclllcatlona.
Russia's wheat cron la reported llablo
to bo short. As England looks to
Russia for her supply, this may induce
tho Prince of Walea to plant moro wild
oats and tarea A rich harvest from
this kind of seed Is liable to ho reaped
by tho young bloods of tho British
The Mansfield Nowa' says Congress
man Ilarter favors Campbell over
Neal, Virgil P. Kllno also declares for
Campbell, as doos John W. Bookwalter,
A Good Sufrireitlon.
Promtba Dubuque, (lona,) Telegram,
Tho adjourning ot tho Impeachment
court last Saturday, on account of Gon.
Woavor's bully-ache, cost tho people of
this commonwealth nearly $500, Ono
doso of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea ltornody would have saved this
exponso; and wo suggest, as a matter of
economy and humanity, that tbo state
provklo against futuro contingencies of
this nature, by furnlihlng each senator
with a bottlo of that valuable remedy. 23
and 60 cont bottles for sals by Durbln,
Wright & Co., south east cornor Publlo
Square; L. Sollman, 21 North Market
street and C. A. Portmann & Co., C3 East
I ccoiiDiNO to a Plain Dealer spe
cial there was a big row in tho Repub
lican County Convention at Limn, on
Saturday. The enemies of John Sher
man commenced calling tho enemies of
Foraker liars, and matters got so hot
that bloodshed, or moro sweat,was only
averted by a precipitate adjournment.
Senator Biuce's homo organ, the
Lima Times, has Anally spoken on the
gubernatorial conteat. Itprlnta an ar
ticle editorially, signed "M.," saying the
sentiment of the Democracy of North
western Ohio is unquestionably for
Sam. Small, tho orator nnd reform
er, hns been bounced by tho Colorado
Methodist Conference, In session at
Denver, It appears that Samuel was
short in his accounts,
Jaloii Mentkh, of Navarro, was In
the city yesterday. He says the Dem
ocracy of Bethlehem township are in
lavor of Governor Campbell for Gov
ernor. "If any bedy cau bo elected this
year Campbell is tho man. If wo can't
elect Campbell, wo can't elect uuy
body," Bald Mr. Mentzer.
The staunch and steady going Dem
ocrats of Monroe county met In conven
tion on Saturday and selected a Camp
boll delegation to the State Convention.
The disaifection down in that section,
that tho Hon. Henry Bohl has been
telling us about in tho Enquirer,
probably wilted convention day, on ac
count of tho very hot weather. Monroe
county is good for over 2,200 Demo
An exchauge gives the only valid
reason why a Bweet American girl con
sented to marry Sir William Gordon
Gumming, after ho was convicted by a
jury of cheating In a game of baccarat.
She reasoned in this way: For as good
ns I am aud as bad ns you are, you are
us good as I am, as bad its you ure.
Stark county won all the points in
the Sprlntjlleld Convention. Dr. Miller
made tho best speech, tho Stnrk county
platform was adopted, they captured
tho Governor, and an Alliance girl, Miss
Mlnnlo Nash, won the gold medal.
Rah for Molly Stark.
Op course Gallia county went for Camp
boll. Thero was an eplleptlo asylum
located tboro. Masslllonlan.
Gov, Campbell did not locate the epll
eptlo asylum. The creation and loca
tion of this institution was tho work of
tho Ohio Legislature.
The Cincinnati Commercial Gazette
sayo the way to kill tho Oat Meal trust
is to quit using it. How Is that for
Republican doctrine ? How would it do
to quit using the man who mado tho
trust possible, with his tariff? Think
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A RECORD OF A LIFE'S WORK.
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Etiquette a beautirm illustrated book.
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Lydla E. Plnlhtm fJcd. Co,. Lynn, Mast,
Or (lie I.liiiinr liable, lMllli-ly 4 urea
u) uuiiiinmu'rini; lr. uullU'k'
It If manufactured aa a powder, which can bo (riven
In a elasv of beer a cup of cotlee or lea. or In food!
without the knowlidco of tho patient It la abioluteljr
harmless, and wi.l efleot n permanent and apeedy
cure, whether tho pationt la a moderate drinker or
an aloohollo wreak Ithaa been siren In thouaaais
or ouee, and In cvtrr Initance a porfect cure baa tot
lowed Jincter Tall. Tbeayatem oncolmpreirnjii
yd with thi. Bpocirio.lt becomes an utter impoasltiUity
for the liquor appetite to azlat,
CIOI.DK.'N Nl'l 'l I'll' '., Sole I'roprlctore.
. CINCINNATI. OHIO
10 pica book of particulars tree. To bo had of
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