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GOVEUNOlt-ELEOT MoIvIKLKY Will
speak nt ttho bauquot of tbo Boston
IIomo-Market club on (he 10th Inst.
The Fornkor men claim DO voteB In
tho lcglslntuto among the ltopubllcnns
elect. This Includes our Thomas of
GovEiiNon Oamtbeix not only car
rled his own town nnd county, but Mc-
Klnloy's na woll, There is a comfort in
that, but Jimmle will never throw it
up to Bill. Marlon Mirror.
Hon T. E. 1'EomrAtraii. the Demo-
hratio candidate for Auditor of State at
the recent election, ran live hundred
votes ahead of his ticket in his own
county Wayne. That is a home record
of which any man might well bo proud
Matt Quay and Don Cameron will
bo In Columbus about tho first week of
January to help down Foraker. Cam
eron married Senator Sherman's niece
A fellow feeling makes thorn won
Ik tho Democrats had had suflloient
money to have gotten out a full vote in
tho Democratic counties, Campbell
would havo been elected in spite of the
big corruption money of the trusts end
monopolists. In Licking county alono,
the Democratic vote is short some SIX).
Tiie ofllclal vote of Carroll county
gives MeKlnley 020 plurality. This is
a wool growing county, and thj low
prico of wool greatly pleased the He-
publican farmers. Tho increase of farm
mortgages in that county and the rapid
depreciation of farm values, also cave
n boom to McKinleylsm fl
Setatou Sherman is full of t.ilk
just now. Among the true things ho
said yesterday were: "Blaine will not
be nominated for President. Either
-Cleveland or Hill will bo nominated by
the Democrats. Tho People's party nre
so nearly dead that It will havo no part
In tho next light."
The republican estimate of tho Pco
pie's party vote In Ohio is lD.OOO.of
which 3,000 "were cast in Cincinnati.
Outside of Cincinnati the most of these
votes came from tho Democratic party
The People's party movement, as indi
cated In tho News Dejiociiat a month
ago.was generally pushed in the Demo
Congressman SritiNCJEit.of Illinois,
says "the election in New York means
the nomination of Mr. Cleveland for the
presidency, and that tho ticket will be
Cleveland and Boles." This seems to
be a favorito idea, Cloveland and Boles,
and scores of papers East and "West
advise it as the logical outcome of the
If Foraker has n majority of tho Repub
lican Legislators ho has power to forco
an open voto iu tho Sornitorl.il caucus.
Without such a vote, ho may bo surprised
nt tlin nrnv tho ballots coino out of tho hat.
A stand up viva voce vote Is tho ox-Govor-
nor's uiDruitar. uievoianu rresa.
You are right. Foraker will have no
show in a secret ballot. Some fellows
we know of will drop a John Sherman
ticket into the hat, whose previous
Impecunloslty had been prematurely
converted into an aflluent (lustiness.
The Ohio State Journal says: "While
East Governor-elect MeKlnley will
make selections for the positions to be
filled under his administration, Tbo
Governor can save many heart-burnings
and an endless amount of worry
if ho disposes of that vexed question
during his qastern trip." We shall
expect to see all or nearly all of the
Major's faithful friends In Stark county
fully provided for. There are some
10,000 places to fill.
Senator Eokley declares for Sher
man for U. S. Senator. Representative
Kean of Carroll Is also for Sherman.
It is understood also that our man
Thomas is for Sherman. Tho
claim of the Cincinnati Commercial
Gazette that Foraker is a sure winner
looks like a bogus claim. When long
John sets his machine in motion
tho doubtful chaps will one by ono
drop into his hopper. John knows
moro politics than josopb.
We got all sorts of opinions from nil
sortaof statesmen on the political situ
ation. For Instance, Senator Vest of
Missouri, a very able Democrat, says:
"The Kepubllcano will make tho free
coinagoofBllver the chief Issue of tho
'text campaign. That practically kills
MeKlnley, as ho Is regarded merely as
he protective tariff apostle. Harrison
r Sherman Is the logical candidate,
'ampbell was beaten la Ohio because
a abandoned the Democratic State
It Is a mistake to suppose that cut
ting down tho wages of laboring men
has a tendency to make them sick of
the proteotlon humbug. In some cases
as at Akrou it made a deep cut Into the
Itepub lean vote, but in Canton, somq
of the Identical men who wore cut,
voted tonendorse the cat at the polls,
mm utter '(be. election paraded thef
strte of Canton in' the most htlarlouq
manner. It is the inexpll sable atupld-
lty of taipdng raif anfl their failure to
oomprebead' their own Interests, thai
makws the battte for industrial frwdarn
Jn thla country so Blow In progrew, and
to full of diMouragwawit,
Tho g. o. p. patriots In this section
have been saying, and nre1 still saying,
that the election of Gov llussell of
Massachusetts was due to his porsonal
popularity, and not to his vigorous as
saults upon the ntrocltles of tho Me
Klnley tariff', Hero let us quote from
tho old Boston Advertiser, the leading
Republican organ of Massachusetts.
Tho Advortlsor says Russell's election
was "duo to popular nverslon of tho
MeKlnley bill," adding:
"This exhibited Usolf uotnbly at manu
facturing centers. Massachusetts still
remeinliors how her Interests woro neo
lectod that other States might rean an ad
vantage, most of tho loaders In this cam
paign navlug tamely submlttod In con
8rc9s and elsowhoro to this sacrifice. It
oosn't require a very keen obsorvcr to bco
that Massachusetts U not n high-tariff
Stato nt this time, and tho Itopubllcans
should reform their leadership so as to
recognize tho changed condition of public
The Boston Herald, the leading In
dependent paper of New England,
reads the lesson of tho Massachusetts
It can no longer bo sold that tho protest
of Massachusetts against tho McKlnloy
low, uttered In Novembor of 1890, was an
accident In politics, growing out of Igno
rance or misunderstanding. Tlioro Is on
most matters, except tho tariff, a strong
Republican majority in this Statojbut
from this tttno forward, so long as tho
tariff Is u great party Issue nnd tho Dem
ocratic candidates particularly In a na
tional election stand for tariff reform,
while the Republican candidates stand for
obnoxious measures, such as thu MeKln
ley law, Massachusetts cannot bo counted
on as a Republican State,
The Republican raasr3 of Massa
chusetts uro too intelligent to bo
fooled with tho McKlnleylsmj among
Ohio Republicans, however, every
BRILLIANT OUl'LOOIC FOR 1802.
The Democratic leaders in Now York
in J Wishlngton nre jubilant over the
Democratic outlook tjrlt02.
li h generally cone dtd that Grover
Cleveland will be the nominee, with
some western man like Gov. Gray of
Indiana, or Boisof Iowa, for Vice Pres
ident. Many Republicans concede
Cleveland's election. Now is an excel
lent tlmo to look over tho situation and
study the probabilities in tho Electoral
College. As the states voted this year
and as others presumably will stand,
tHo electoral figures are as follows
New lUinptlilro 4
North Dakota a
Ithocle Island 4
South Dakota 4
I'unnec li nt
Morula . ,
New Jersey ,.10
New or 80
horthCarollD.a. ....... U
bouth Carolina 0
West Mnrlnla (I
Republican total 189
Democratic total .. 258;
Democratic majority In tho United Statu, 73.
The Michigan voto will bo cast by
Congressional districts, nnd the Repub
licans may not have over 8 to the Dem
ocrats 0, but in our table we give them
thebeneiltof every doubt We also
give them Wlsconsln.which went Dem
ocratic last year, and which we have
the best show to carry in 1892. The
Democrats can lose both Iowa and Mas
sachusetts nnd still havo plenty of votes
THE AMENITIES OF POLITICS.
(From the Chattanooga Timei.)
Gov Oamibkll never forgets to be a
thorough gentleman. He promptly
congratulated his successful rival when
satisfied of his own defeat. These two
gentlemen began by taking a drive In
tho Governor's carriage; they treated
each other with distinguished cour
tesy throughout tho entre canvass, hot
as it was, and they end by exchanging
courtesies ns vanquished nnd victor.
The world of politics "do move."
Probably no more Impudent re
mark ever fell from the lips of Jay
Gould, Tom Reed, Ross Tweed or Matt
Quaytnan this observation by Major
MeKlnley: "I am convinced that tho
judgment of our citizens does not ap
prove tho constant agitation of the
tariff issue in tho face of tho fact that
it can accomplish nothing." The man
in possession of plunder is always op
posed to agitation on the part of his
victims. In this respect Mr. MeKlnley
does not differ from a housebreaker of
tho present, or a slave driver of tho
past. There will be constant fighting
over this tariff question until it is set
tled right, and it cannot be settled
right until Major McKlnley's monopo
listic friends have boen choked off. -Chicago
Conokessman SmiNCiEn of Illinois
has a level bead. He does not favor
the passage of a tariff bill by tho com
ing Congress covering the entire
schedule, which would be defeated in
tho Republican Senate; but he favors a
bill covering a few items of the deepest
concern. He believes that free wool,
repeal of the compensatory duties on
woolen goods, free cotton ties, free
binding twine, free dye stuff and free
lumber are the trumps in tho bands of
the Democratic party, which it should
play as quickly and advantageously aa
possible, holding the more doubtful
cards till after tho Presidential election.
Forakek will probably be the next
bonator from Ohio. With all his blath
erskite mouthing he is a less danger
ous man than Sherman; besides, be
exactly typifies and illustrates Ohio
Republicanism, in its present stage of
decline His election as senator would
be the natural outcome of Tuesday's
election. 8t. Louis Republic
Trtnitiv fUnivn f.rinan mivb Unit hfl
is surprised at the result in Massachu
setts. Ills surprise oyer Maesachu
thttaisnot enual to Gov. Campbell's
surprise over the action of the chump
farmers of Ohio; nor 1b it equal to aen.
ntir Alllson'n Hiinirlsa over the Intelli
gent action of the Republican f armors
Ed. News-Democrat: Julius Whift
ing, so I hear, says the freo coinage of
silver Is what defeated" Gov. Campbell
In tho last election. This is undoubt
edly true; but McKlnley's betters will
spank him nnd put hlra to bed politi
cally, If ho does not know enough to
hold his tonguo about It.
It seems so strango that one of Mc
Klnley's chief homo backers and o
member of his State Committee should
now ndmlt that tho McKlnloy syslom
of robbery was not endorsed In tho
election, but that the light was won on
the silver Issue, or n side issuo, Aiul
yet Jules Whiting is right. Even if
freo silver was desirable It was very un
wise of tho Democrats to put that
doubtful and dobatablo moasuro into
their platform and thoreby give tho Re
publicans an opportunity to put them
on the defensive and switch them off
from tho main issuo.
Tho knowing ones deny, but tho idi
ots admit, tho truth that Campbell was
defeated by his friends nnd MeKlnley
was elected by his enemies. II. A. II.
ON A SMALL
(From tho Chicago Herald.)
The new commander of the Grnnd
Army seems to bo laboring under tho
Impression that he has nil that thero is
of American patriotism In his keeping.
The Herald considers iteelt authorized
to deny this assumption iu the most
positive terms. Captain Palmer may
have been n good soldier, but If he saw
much servlceiu tho wnrof thp rebellion,
ho must be getting on in years, and the
country cannot depend upon him nlune
In the future. As the email potatoes
come to tho front In tho Grand Army
organization, Americans will have
more and moro reason to mourn tho
Iosj of tho sturdy old warriors, who led
tbeir armies in tlmeof strife and preach
ed toleration and unity In tlmeof peace.
a a. o. P. PATRIOT.
The Republicans ran a sweet duck
for the State Senato In the Onondaga
district, N. Y., named Peck. He was a
coward and n draft sneak during tho
war, but that did not hurt him with his
party, in the election. Rut the Demo
crats are now contesting his election
on the ground that he Is not n citizen of
tho State or of the United States. To
escape tho draf t in 18G3, he got natural
ized in Canada, and when he came
buck, after the w ar was over, neglected
to be renaturalized ngaln. Ho is clear
The November Arena is a very at
tractive number, containing articles on
the current topica of today from the
best writers :of periodical literature.
Will Allen Drumgoole,whoso character
sketch, "Flddlln His Way to Fame,"
was received with such marked favor,
contributes a bright little story. "A
Paradise of Gamblers," by Edgar Faw
cett and "The Sioux Falls Divorce
Colony and Somo Noted Colonists," il
lustrated, are unique and original arti
cles. Other writers are, Hon. Henry
Cabot Lodge, M. 0., Dmllle Costellar,
Prof. S. P. Walt, Lucluda R. Chandler
and Edwin 0. Pierce. The "Divorce"
article is made more interesting by tho
picture of Mrs. Jame3 G. Elaine, Jr.
The latest from Washington Is that;
Harrison has called his faithful officials
together, and put every mnn at work to
help him get the nomination for 1892,
The Internal revenue gang.and customs
officials are to take cure of all the
Southern States. Foster of the Standard
Oil and Gas Co., now Secretary of the
Treasury, Is to take caro of Ohio. Tho
entiroFedernl patronago of the country
is to be taken out of its business work,
and put into political work. It will not
do to underestimate the political forco
of such a combination, In a party that
is under the control of rings and com
bines, and which ha? no conscience for
An lntervlow with long John at
Mansfield yesterday proclaims his hap
piness, no lias letters from tho var
ious Republican members elect, which
convince him that Foraker is not in it.
In nn interview John hits Joseph tho
following terrific blow right under his
nose; "I cannot woll conceive," he said,
"upon what basis they make their cal
culations. Mr. Foraker is n brilliant
man, but he is easily deceived. The
evidence that ho Is readily deceived was
shown in his readiness to accept the
balloi box forgeries as genulno."
The Republican Legislature and
MeKlnley will bounce every Democrat
In the Stato institutions, and the for
mer will rip up Hamilton nnd Colum
bus, re-dlstrlct tho State, and raise the
Dow law license up to nt least 8500.
Things will hum like a morning star
when McKlnloy Is inaugurated. Co
"Galbraith" telegraphs to tho
Pittsburg Post from Columbus, that
while Foraker seems to have a major
ity of the Republican members of the
legislature no ono believes ho will be
able to hold them against Sherman's
money. It used to bo said truly that
"money makes the. maro go," but that
saying can now be applied to humans
as truthfully as to brutes.
Jit the Forum for November, current
questions pertaining to Europe and
America, are forcibly discussed by well
informed writers. Among the notable
articles are tho following: "Dangers to
the Peace of Europe," by Prof. Edward
A. Freeman; "English University Life
for Women," by Anno J. Clongh; "The
Death of Polygamy in Utah," by Judge
Obarles S-JSano; "The Danger of the
Farmers' Alllancelby Senator John T.
Morgan and "Oonomerclal Futuro of
the Pacific Statee," by William L.
Merry, , (
yTOY WILL VOTJ eoBgb, wtjea Shllob'
Cure will eire Immediate relief. Price 10
ent, 60 cent and II. Jforwle by Weber
Thdftews By Wire This At-terhoon.
Troublo Fmrod in Otaloairo.
Chicago, Nov. 11, Special. Various
Anarchists eoclotlcs nro preparing for a
masameotlns tonight and an outbreak is
feared by tho police
Tannic) Is Skid to bo Done For.
Nkw York,Nov. 11. Special. Tonnlo
tho Rroat sensational race hnrso Is again
on tho sick list, with prospects of novor
again appearing on tho turf.
AnarohUt Mooting In N . T.
Nf.w York, Nov. 11. Special. Tbo
Anarchists aro proparlng to hold a meet
ing this evening nt Cooper Union, In com
memoration of tho execution of the Anar
chists in Chicago.
A Big Ojolena Over tho Boss.
NewYohk, Nov. . ll(Spcclnl. Cablo
reports today tell of tho most violont
storm of years ovsr southern England and
Ireland loot night and adjacent sens.
Groat damago vrns dono to shipping.
No Information of Revolution
Washjnoton, D. C.i Nov.ll. Spcclal.l
No ofllclal Information lias beon ro
colved at tho SUta Dspartmcnt In regard
to thu revolution iu tho Brazilian provin
ces of tbo Rio Grand and Pern.
Tha Now Chilian Minister on Beok.
Washington, Nov. 11. SpocIM.l Tho
credentials of Honor Mount ns Minister
from Chill to tho United Statpc, Imvebccn
received and ho will bo formally presented
to tbo President this afternoon.
A Very Small Sivldond,
Daltjmore, Nov. 11. Special. It Is
understood that at n secret conferenco of
tho B, fc O. officials It was decided to de
clare a dividend of ono quarter, per cent
for last quarter. It Is tbo first dlvlilond
declared for years.
Anothor O. O. P. Scoundrel Discovered.
Huron, S. D., Nov. 11. Spccial.J P. P.
Palmer agent of tho Choyenno Indian
agency is said to havo swindled tbo gov
ernment out of soveral thousand dollars
by falso entries. An investigation is in
Mills Will bo Speaker.
Washington, Nov. 11. Special. It Is
now very generally conceded that Mills
of Texas will bo speaker of tho Uouso
and that tho Hoed rules will bo changed
so thut tho speaker will not bo allowed to
count a quorum.
A Small Cyolono Near Pittoburg.
Pittsduio, Nov, 11. Special. A
snfall cyclono passed through Kensing
ton, a suburb of Pittsburg, twenty miles
north, on tho Allegheny Valley railway,
nt nlno o'clock lust evening. Many now
houses in courso of construction woro un
roofed and wrecked. No lives lost.
What a California millionaire Slight So.
Chicago, Nov. 11. Special. Ex-Gov.
Mark L. McDonald of Grand Pralrio is
hero. Ho ssys that Senator Loland Stan
ford of California, Is trying for tho Presi
dency with tho Farmers' Alliance. If ho
gets tho nomination ho will divide tho Re
publican party In California, and defeat
tho Republican electoral ticket.
Oflloors of tho State Alllanoo
Cola, O., Nov. 11. Special. Stato
Secret Alllanco elected officers ns follows :
President, Alva Ageo of Gnllla ; Vlco Presi
dent, II. W. Lewis of Scioto; Secretary
and Treasurer, H. E, Harkcr of Drown
county ; Chaplain, W. J. Warrlnor, Athens.
Lecturer, A. D. Foster of Adam; stowart,
Eugono (Ding 'of Gallion. Doorkeeper,
T. M. Laytonof Licking; assistant door
keeper L. E. Floy of Brown.
A WHOLESALE! JAIL DEHVEBY.
All tho Prisoners Eomdo at Sit Oilead.
Including a Wife ZXurderer.
Mt. Gilead. O., Nov. 11. Special.
All tho prisoners In tho jail hero escaped
nt 10 o'clock this morning by picking the
outer lock of tho Jail. Ron Gano tho wife
murderer and two burglars were nmong
the number. A general alarm was sound
ed nnd tho wholo town wont in pursuit.
Liberal rowards were offered, but not a
man has boon recaptured.
BLIZZARDS AND DEATH.
Grout Bnow Stcrm in Minnesota While
We aro In tho Balm of a Glorious No
vember. Minneapolis, Nov. II. Special. Re
ports from tho northwest stato that a
gonrral snow stotm spread over tho Stato
of Minnesota Inst night. Thero was a
fierce blizznrd nt Dlmiiarck, Devil's Lnko
and Dickinson, with great destruction of
property nnd loss of llvo stock.
TWO IlEMAEKADL-E OASES
A Sleep of Death as a Bsult of the
Detroit, Mich,, Nov. II. Special.
George A, Vard nnd May Wblto havo been
sleeping five nnd six months respective
ly. Vard lm jcut died. Tholr prolonged
slumber Is tho result of tho Grippe.
Is tho family doctoryour friend? How
many unnecessary visits docs ho mako
you? How many dayB docs ho koop you
sick that you ought to bo nt your work,
and so doing how many hard oarnod dol
lars does ho extort from ouV Would it
not bo bettor for you to placo your trust in
Sulpher Bitters? Try them, they will be
n true friend, saving you a long sickness
nnd n largo bill which you have hitherto
paid to somo avaricious doctor, Editor
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That Was Not Born to Blush TJnioiD, or
to Waste Ills Bvrsetnesa on the Desert
Njcw Yonfc, Nd?.'lf.-Uayor Chapln of
Brooklyn, has received this congratulal
tory lottr from tho Govomor-olecti
My Dear Mayor:
I thank you for your kind congratula
tions upon my election ns Governor. Per.
init mo also to cougratulnto you upon your
election ns Congressman. You will find
it a much larger flold of Uiofulnoss than
any which you havo occupied, nnd I havo
no doubt you wilt fill it to tho satisfaction
of your constituents. Upon tho ac
tion of tho present Congress
will dspsnd tbo election of tho
noxt President. If it succeeds in reduc
ing tho expenditures of tho Govornmout
by 1100,000,000 or more, thus making n
surplus by which tho noxt Administration
can rovtse the UrlfT, you will havo given
us nu isiuo which will win boforo tho
You will flud tho revonuos of tho Gov
ernment tnortgagod to tho extent of
$10,000,000 In tha shape of a ougar bounty,
and no man knows how much morn for
shipping bountUi. and$C,000,000orJ0,000,
000 for public buildings. It will bo moro
credit to you and your colloagues it you
an show, nt tho ond of tho first session
that economy has beon tho watchword of
tho Democracy, nnd an easy victory will
await us lnl802. Very truly yours,
Roswell P. Flower.
THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL
Convention Preoldnnt Harrison Prefers
Cincinnati to Chicago and Ills Reasons
are Good Alger Is on Hand as TJsuaL
Special to tbo i'lttaUurpr Tost.
Washington, Nov. 10. Tho President's
friends on tho national commttteo will
advocato cither Omaha or Minneapolis as
tho placo for holding tho national conven
tion when tho commttteo meets hero two
weeks from today, .unless tho President
changes his mind. At present he strong
ly prefers cither of thoso towns toChlcago
If tho PresUlont in forced to chooso be
tween Chicago and Cincinnati ho will tako
Cincinnati. Ho has not forgotten tho hos
tility of tho Chicago papers In 1888, when
his representatives at tho convention
could not got Harrison news into tho Chi
cago papers, even wheu they olTorcd to
pay advertising rates.
Cincinnati ho regards ns better, because
thero Is no local candldato and because
McLean's two Blainu papcrg,tilthough tho
only morning papers, aru not Influential.
Ho recognizes tho fact that nil Forakcr's
influence with tho .Republican rowdies of
Cincinnati would bo against him; but, ho
thinks, oven so Cincinnati is prcfcrablo to
General Alger has l. strong corps of ob
servation here, made up chiefly of tho rich
pension claim agents nnd such former
friends of Logan as Mrs. Lognn baa beon
able to band ovor to Alger. Ho wnnts to
prevent Harrison's nomination whotber
ho himself gets tho nomination or not.
Blaino has given Alger distinctly to un
derstand that he would accept tho nomi
nation if it was tendered him. Algor nnd
his friends nro making alt their arrange
ments accordingly. Algor thinkn ho has
two strings to his bow. Ho expects to
cither get tho second pUco on ttio ticket
witli Blaine, or, if Blaine's ileal th fails, to
got Blulncs support for tho first place.
Swamp-Soot Did It.
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liver complaint, nnd bad blood for ten
years. Her fac was covered with pimples
nnd blood humors. Confined to lior bed
for months. Swamp Root cured her."
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ery day, Afier using Lr, Oreene's medicine three
wielcs he beirau to cut well, and has had no fits
since. SendoUori gave him up as Incurable. The
doctors anil my neighbors can hardly DolleTe their
eyes viheu tboy seo my boy all stioDg aud well.
. Mas. Kmma. swbbnby,
10 llallard St., Fall ltlyer. Mass."
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