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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - October 11, 1889, Defiance, Ohio A my a governor Foraker. A Rygh tribute from general Sherman. Hoy to a hic Mont Ortho War How the opt. Foraker was Soler cd a Cliver an important menage Riding in Tho it Wirht Over otwcari1 Hoad Quot. Who rth ont meeting of the army of Tho a mix Ltd tit mimic Hail Vici Motiwa a notable event. Oil a. Sherman a tribute to Ohio s govt rank u iliac Rietl by the Cincinnati / my Star As follows after the Tim Tomb i the army that m sea by the Funo Oln tile the event of the evening. Of Aram the pee it inti it teen i Sherman. Or redly. Of thai Trust. I Willand or him that i Ain not Ana then i will answer him fur a com May wonder Why the governor of Ohio Koes so far out of Tho Campaign issues As to ask that question of i. It is Bee Imse that behind that question is a Little dirty insinuation that was whispered around the Dayton convention by Kep Ubu can healers that were sent for that purpose. That is behind ii. And i warn Tho governor of Ohio if to dare to Corno out and farther the Story that i eau Brand them and the Story As they deserve free Trade platform. A a of shed club this draw from d the of Tut a a god to the came was of William ifs Quot a w t burst i i real it i h i f. Ing for address sri and forager for to Ted a tates no Tilting of the in my Ling Bis a Young forager As a a it to tremendous loot Heartfelt or a tin ii Ogoa it so Irr Sily be an end to it. Telling when indeed Hie have in lauded had not the met pot an end to Ltd it by the audience to calmness. Was Cai ital in its every win be mentioned govt a Pride nov of the i their a for a tit demonstration. It main inn be with idler to said t a Weli i remember Yon. My Yonng Friend turning to gov. Foraker or bar m Yon came through the Pine is this that Day on Roar horse covered with lather Aud came no like a Soldier Wight and reported to Rao the message from year general Slocum. Cheers now. My friends there i nothing More Leeo Tifis in life than a Soldier. Cheers. I a Knight errant with steel Cirasa his Nice in i Aud a a Beautiful thing and Yon Are their legitimate till j or. Yen Are no hireling. Cheers i a Iwer wort. Yon Are the Knight errant of old transformed into the Modem Soli Lier just As Good As they were Aud better. Cheers i Tell Yon that Tho Young Man now governor of the state of Ohio and wedding great in of Eer was a Beautiful right to me w non he Rode up to me in those Pine Wood in Terete witty mud not fit to be presented to this audience laughter and cheers a boy a i thought sent w Ith a maids rues age. And delivering it As a Man and a Soldier. From that Day to thin i have loved gov. Foraker. To heeling i have Many a time been a guest at his House and often have received from him Marks of kindness to me a his old played out general. L l Ang Tor. I have no doubt he thought the foregoing sounds Well. It reads like a straightforward statement of fact without any attempt at equivocation and for or. Cant poll s Sake and for a lie Sake of the democratic party of it Mii it i it could be wished that final disposition of the matter of trusts and or Campbells is in Nee Tion with them might he made by it. But like Banquo ghost t hat brewery Trust will not Quot Dow n. I he Beer Mas go up and less of it Cro Down on account of tin Trust but or. Campbells statement that he a i in i no connection with the brewery Trust w ill not go Dow n unless it is material in facts Ronly Achill Rev Art d. Ing fro court tatter the i rth�?Tt4 t fax a nos Al of it stubborn things and court hard to dispute. The Hureau of the Cincinnati to Tut he has 1hhu delving the Bittor Aud rep Luc of the supreme it or court As to its a or reef lies a document which is sworn to by Tho Adieu it Gnu owner of Tho it. A Emon brewery in which it is explicitly stated that or. Campbell was connected to Large extent with the English brewery Trust. In introducing the affidavit which is several columns in length the a Ashing ton correspondent says Cou zeroing or. Campbell s reply to gov. Foraker in View of this denial or. Campbell s friends Ami the j bile a Large w ill read with astonishment from the records of the supreme court of the District of Columbia Aoi Only that or. Campbell was a principal agent in those dealing with the English by wary Trust hut that the Wishington property Whilt a was offered to him for $330,-ooo Ware pre anted to the Trust to have Joel twice thai amount and further still that of this vet to the supposed Cost or. Campbell attempted to arrange to receive for his Quot we services in effecting the Wile and finally secured an agreement that a should have $25, Hoo. The affidavit was made by the Washington owner of the it. Vernon brewery and it will be noticed that the correctness of the document is certified under the Seal of the court. In View of All this it is Safe to assume that or. Campbell s denial of his connection with brewery trusts must go to the committee on dodging and hedging for further revision. Meanwhile we shall expect to hear the democratic Parrot reiterate that a the Tariff is a tax Quot and that trusts Are the a a legitimate result Quot of the Tariff. Demix Raho Harmony. A few notes from an instrument somewhat out of tune. A Democrat of state reputation said i a an Obi a i to a it. Vernon Republican Man a r i w?.rn�at �<>0<l for nothing Days ago Solf Lioe i dont know but what i was a had lying of the Muddy ground. Few. A too but he looked a Chivalier and he was. Too. If 11�,mwk. Since that time i Learned 11om a Hokuf and also from conversation that he Lias been to College that he Haw acquired classical knowledge mathematical Good knowledge substantial owl Rige a cd when i hear him speak he goes tight to the Point no going around the Circle there the skirmish line goo right Forward no dodging or getting Bolaind a Hill or behind a log Al hours gov. Foraker will sneak right of Tias he generally does. I Tell you he Learned a lesson in War As Good As any be Ever Learned at Olwe and that was i hat. When he had anything to say. Say r like a Man. Quot great cheering to. I As nose in pm is it f1&Quot ,�?o�?o8 a us it who Aralie can fee. Had Campbell s nomination been postponed ten hours longer he would have been Defeated altogether. Alleno Myers Dan Dalton Tom Cogan Doc. Montgomery and Sam Crouch Are not the kind of men the democrats want for leaders. A this a a Democrat of state reputation is mistaken in regard to what the democrats As a party want. If the proverb be True that a actions speak louder than words a then the above named crowd is the very sort the party want for leaders. It is no doubt True however that democrats of the kind above quoted Are restive under such leadership but the trouble is they arc too few or too irresolute to make effectual their resistance to the Baleful control of such men As those in charge of the present demo to thoughtful words. Now we fought the hot St War Ever fought on gods Earth. A larger measure of results was accomplished from that War than by any of the Napoleonic or Omri Iii wars. We made to Jace on a continent. We raised the Standard of our nationality a thousand fold. We made nor credit better than that of England. We gained everything. We lost nosing whatever but slavery. The people of Tho South lost that and they deserved to lose it for they Pat it in the balance and lost it. Cheering. They bet it Ltd the wrung card and Thev lost it. A Beers now they Are betting on another curd. They consented to the Amend Felix Rosenberg is one of the Moat prominent democrats in Cuya hoga county. In a recent interview he said a i think that the nomination of Campbell is possibly the worst that Cou 11 have been Marie for the reason that lie is not honestly in Accord with the democratic platform. Ill bet a cookie to a pin that Foraker will carry this county by an increased majority and that be will be judge Al j. Bland in of Cleveland is a sturdy Bourbon of the Mossback persuasion. Ile is a Democrat and Aoys not admit of any Cross with half Breeds Boodler or forgers. In an interview the judge said Well the nomination does no to suit info Nix i a t i i a. Men me nomination does t suit of. a a a Ltd a Concession for not being otherwise Pun inked Kiel they came Back into Tho Muon wry a five fifths vote for their representation in Pongee h instead of three Lif is. Gov. Foraker stated the proposal Ion stronger than Ever heard on tile platform. It Ain t right it ainu to honest it ainu to honorable cheers. If ainu to such As a Soldier Knight will do. Therefore those negroes must have the votes which the Constitution gives them or they Mast be deprived of that proportion of their representation in Congress. Or Barons cheering and applause i i hats what gov. Foraker Means by a result of War it was a legitimate honest honorable n ult of the War cheers and the War wont be Oyer i til that is done. J cheers Don t unbuckle your Waist belts too mud. We wont have any fighting though. Reason will surely master that problem. Cheers it Isnit so bad As it All seems. Nobody it an understand the proposition upon a Mere statement Lait it is time t hat the Wisdom of our rulers and Tim Young men such As Foraker should handle that proposition. But i will stat it and Lei it take its again grand old Tecumseh referred to the chief executive of the Blate i wish you turning to gov. Foraker i Honor All Gior All Fame. Cheers. J i wish you May Rise to the highest position thin american people �.,? give von. Enthusiastic cheering j limes a Campbell amt trusts. James a Campbell seems to be in a pretty tight place in reference to trusts. It will be remembered tip state democratic platform with rank demagogy declares that trusts Are the a legitimate ree Altof our present Tariff system a notwithstanding everybody knows that trusts bad their origin Iii free Trade England and to Day flourish there to greater extent than anywhere else. In his Xenia speech gov. Foraker referred to this Plank in the democratic platform and upon the strength of newspaper publications arranged or. Campbell on the charge of having been the agent in a brewery Trust transaction for a British Syndicate in Washington. Gov. Foraker invited or. Campbell to make reply on this subject and to affirm or deny the Correct Ness of the report. A we to Slater or. Campbell spoke Ai Batavia and we quote from his speech his answer on the Trust question t he gov. Foraker asked to a question. He read a prospectus of some brewery pretending to Tor floating in Tho Market which he pays in owned by a Trust. I done to know anything about it. I done to know nor Don t care who knows it. But in wants to know of or. Campbell is agent directly or Indi Are a number of other it eople in this part of the state who Are not satisfied. I done to think Campbell will make a Good run because there arc so Many whom it will be impossible to convince that he is in honest Accord wit i the j platform. I have Faith enough to be j Jive that there Are democrats possessed i of principle enough to repudiate this thing of having their Hook baited with two kinds of meat. We tried a sin Ilar trick in 1864 when our candidate looked one was and our platform tile other. It did t work then and it will not work now. Judge Blandy said a great Deal More and All to the Hume effect As the foregoing Coffee Aud Standard Oil. The democratic platform acting on the principle of the cry of a Stop thief a says that a protective Tariff Fosters trusts and combines to put up prices arbitrarily. How about Coffee cml Standard Oil upon which there is to Tariff How is it that free Trade England is the head Center of such co Moi Vatious the truth is that under free Trade there is a greater Opportunity for tin successful operations of trusts than tinder Protection since there is a Chance for a larger margin of profit by a con. Of nation to maintain arbitrary prices. Re Ore is a limit beyond Wlinich gods cannot in readily sold. Tho trusts Nim to gel As big a Price As the Market will Bear. Under free Trade Tho Cost of production is less because labor is cheaper Aud hence tin margin for possible profits Between the Cost of production and the Price which goods May be made to sell at through the operation of trusts is greater than it eau be under Protection where the Range of prices especially for labor is greater. A candidate who St til titles ills record a Tho platform a straddle lacking honest views Foraker without a peer Iii the affections of the masses. Or. Campbell nominated on a plat form which is professedly free Trade has the misfortune to have opposed that doctrine in every form when he was a member of Congress and presents the spectacle of the candidate who Stul tidies his record in the How that the very Issue that he has either evaded or approved will now afford him Success. On the Issue of to Rifle Reform it. Simply repeats the National platform of 1888, confessedly a straddle and carrying the odium of necessity attached to economic Reform it has none of that strength which conies from honest views honestly maintained. In the Only real Issue. A avs Tho sunday journal an Independent newspaper of Toledo the democratic party of Ohio dare take open stand that of opposition to gov. Foraker or As they t term it. A anti Fork Erisma the party will find that they Hank unwisely. With such real faults As May to urged against governor Foraker conceded it is nevertheless True that he is with a peer in the affections of the Masse and beyond question the most popular individual in Ohio indeed not one of the younger men of the country who Are now attract ing National attention can compare in popularity in those qualities of bravery that All men Admire in that personal magnetism which insensibly draws men to a born Leader of men with j. B. Foraker. To presume that a successful Campaign can be of personal grounds against a Man who has twice vanquished the Allied hosts of the opposition in the state presupposes Eithe a weak or a vulnerable administration. I he most bitter enemies of the present governor will not charge him with weakness. His every executive act has indicated the vigorous brain the Strong hand and the masterful will of the Leader. He has required no prompter when Public need has demanded Public action. Whether it has been his Quick voicing of a popular indignation when he swiftly announced a no rebel Flag shall be returned while i am governor a or his prompt tenderness when his Quick action dotted the Hills about Johnstown with the White tents of Ohio on the sunday morning following that fateful fridays flood when Ohio stood alone in her double Charity which in giving quickly gave twice or whether in his now a oils letter to the mayor of Cincinnati calling on that official to smite violators of the Luw with a heavy hand in All cases it has been Foraker the Leader never the Follower. And it has been the Flash of Braiu the dash of Genius the push of the Captain that has placed him at the head of a United and enthusiastic and a confident following. It is vain to cry a fire alarm a or a Little breeches the very fact that the fire Bell Calls the boys out makes the title conferred in scorn one of danger to the enemy. And it was a Little breeches who was the Victor of Lodi of Marengo and of Australie the most fruitful Apple tree invariably has the greatest number of clubs thrown at it and the Public Man who encounters the most bitter opposition is the one whose friends cling the closest. As to the management of state affairs and the conduct of the state finances these Are matters which will justify the closest scrutiny and of which gov. Foraker May Well invite the most thorough inspection. The governor has Long had a Way of convincing the Public that his record As an official has been honest courageous and Wise and it will require skillful manipulation on the part of the opposition to convince Tho voting Public otherwise. The Vine feature of appointive Power is the Only real ground for criticism that the democracy will have. Vested with this Power by the Constitution of tile state gov. Foraker has not been perils less successful in exercising it than could be expected. It does not matter a Picayune to the average voter whether Brown or Smith holds a particular office or not. And the average voter of Ohio will look beyond the grievance of a Beatty to the results of the administration. The property to Hughes which was to be sold to the English Syndicate for j #350,000 or 500,000. The affidavit then j says Quot tint Wincn said carry handed the said agreement to said Campbell the latter took tin former aside and Iii a whispering conversation produced a paper writing which lie asked said carry to sign w herein and whereby said carry was to Hind himself to pay to said Campbell in Mio event of Tho brewery boing sold to Tho English parties. Till Sui of . This proposition said it Arry declined to entertain remarking a us. No or Campbell. I can t do that. I must first consult my attorney referring to Iii the course of his own Long affidavit. Candidate Campbell himself says a deponent has. Since said March 20, Imp examined the statements of More than thirty breweries in different parts of the country with a View of negotiation Sale of same and is qualified by his knowledge of the buying and the Selling of breweries to state and does state that a Large proportion of the vain in any brewery is in the Good will or actual traffic that is done. Or. Campbell has not Only thus endeared hit Elf to Trust managers but undoubtedly has made Many warm friends among the Brewers by his examination into the affairs of a More than feel Emit Coart. Bursar a i stopped at an ont of the Way Cabin i in Georgia Quot says the traveler a to git it t drink of water. I noticed a number of men in Short sleeves and wearing bed i tick suspenders sitting under a tree. They were gathered about a Pine table 5 upon which i noticed several volumes of Patent office re Jioras. I did no know that the Assembly was one of solemn ceremony until i asked for a drink of water. Then a gaunt Man with a Long neck and eyes that wore an expression of dead set lo<4ed up and said a a a air Yon from Sieh an uncivilized country that Yon done to know How to have yourself when it ourt is in ses Aion v a a a excuse i answered a i did not know that this was a court. Bat it is Sah and i want you to understand it. Yon have come tip Bere and that we a chunk under the w Heel of Jestice. A Man is draw up Hove on trial fur his a a a iou done to mean to say that this is a court of such serums jurisdiction Quot a yes i do mean to say it and if von n Liing f Loiti t ill i i i proposal amendment to tin Constitution Lii Raj is ii possible that even hint i it int lil m Sci von to jail the framers of the democratic platform for knew that Campbell was solid will the Carrion me t in not mean to i e of Ohio. Biennial elections. Amendment Imo. I Seo Tiomir i. Be it resolve by the general a a Embler of the state of Ohio. That proportion a Hall be Nuh matted to the elector it int aute on Tho Brut tuesday after the first monday in not oui Ber j so to Amend Section 25 of article ii Section 18 of article in sections 2.�, 7,8, to lit a i a Quot 1 a it. And to create Section 11, of article in Section la article Chi sections j and a i of article a rih Section 8of article x i of the Constitution of the state of two to they a Hail Reed a follow article ii. Bic. 28. The regal or Aee Eion of eerie general Assembly shall commence on Tho to re monday of january next Erter it to chosen. A or re or Iii. Sac. Is whenever the office of eco every of i a Tate a editor of state tres Ourer of state or in i us Noy general becomes vacant for any if the i causes mentioned in Section is of this article the governor shall fill rho vacancy by anoint Resi lne of Tho term or unit. She disability i removed. Artic a or. He re a True copy of a joint recon turn Adonis by the general Assembly of the state of Fehlo Thi?,0,pru�?T a d iw9 the from the original Rolls filed in this office. La testimony whereof i have Hereunto sub r.�. I or cd a a a name and affixed in of Fabal Etal Seal St Columbus the 18th Day at april a. I. 1888. 3 Daniel j. Star Secretary of state. Proposed amendment to tits constr Tuti ii of Ohio. Legislative single districts. Amendment no. 2. Tho liquor Elemont and for this reason were silent upon the subject omitting their customary attack upon restrictive legislation As not needed with him for their candidate Sac. A. The supreme oem Tafall until other Wise prove Jed by Law consist of live judges a offensive majority of whom competent to sit shall be a Knofl t Iii re in a Tui a ii a _ necessary to form a quorum or pronounce a de Buooa tiling you clout i la Tell Yow Caslon except As herein provided. It thai Hay original in quo warranty Luanda Foraker democrats. Candidate Campbell in his speech at Columbus specified several of Foraker sap Hgt intents in the Hamilton Board of affairs a a who ate rampant Foraker dem aerate and rampant at that and living right in Campbells Home City. We done to wonder that it makes Jimmie mad. Of course there Are Foraker democrats and their number includes every Man in the democratic ranks who is opposed to tally Sheet forgeries. Johnnj Mclean a manipulation of the party and such performances in party caucuses As cheated George h. Pendleton out of the United slates senator ship for the Grandfather of the stardard Oil company. By its fight on honest Clee Tion Laws the Ohio democratic machine j is making Foraker democrats daily. Just think of it. It most have been humiliating to the better element of the Ohio democracy to see the Dayton convention run by such men As Allen o. Myers Tom Cogan Lew Bernard Dan Dalton and a a Doc Montgomery. What a flood of memories these names awaken i every item almost in the demo i Erat in press is an attack on Foraker or a reference to some alleged official sin of his. The Able editors forget the prophecy of Larry Neal that a Campaign on the mistakes of Foraker will give the republicans the biggest a �vtcssc3 f a non a1 that. A a a May i ask Why you Are trying this Man a a yes he Stele a set of plow a a a but is that a capital if sense a a it done to know what sort of a offence you Call a capital but when a Mau steals gear in this Community Why that settles it with a a Pardon me. But that Isnit a a a Mont not be in a uncivilized Community but it is a a a Are you a circuit judge a a a a worse than that i am a Justice of the a but under the Law you have no authority to sentence a Man to a a a you dispute my authority or. Constable arrest this Man Quot Amati stepped Forward and placed his hand on my shoulder. A you Are under arrest a said he. A try to git away Aud 111 Hurt you. A a i saw by the determined faces about me that i was in a serious predicament. A gentlemen a said i a you surely would not harm an innocent Man. You a a a a that a enough a the judge broke in. A you have come along Here and have tried to overthrow our local Solf gov of unmet. Secession was a grave offence but nothing compared to this. You have committed treason. Or. Constable have you got a rope a a i began to beg. I told them that i w As their Friend. I said that i would do anything for them. A a a i Arn inclined to excuse your ignorance a said the judge a but what Assurance can you give us what proof that you respect our local rights generously 8tm�r i. Fee t Row lid by the. General a so my it the of Ohio. Thin a prep Anitta a Ball the a a in Matte it i to the elector of this state of Hie first Tuomi to after the first monday in november. Una mend her tins i toll Zooi Olive of article a3\ or a lie Onetti tuntion of the 8 la to of Ohio of they hot Al rend be follows article i. By. L Tho for Gereben of the general Assembly a Hall be Rondo every Tao r Arn prior to a a first election Tor mom by of the general dec Rahly in each dec Enning period in the manner by rein provided. 8�o. 2. Burin the month of february prior to the first elect a for Mer bore of the general Assembly in my decennial period the mend Ere of the Hen Teand Moose of rep resenting the Taro leading Politi oat forties a. A poet i rely shall nest in separate bodies and Mph of .�?~�?~i1 bodies thai i designate two ejector who Ehalt forthwith he appointed by the Govall min. Campbell the democratic nominee for governor of Ohio has just retired from his third term in Congress but is now running on an anti third term platform. The democrats Are opposed to third terms for republicans Only. This opposition can on v be Cool need for however As a Democrat is scarcely Ever thought of for a third term. One term generally suffices far any coming duty and a no More striking example of this is found than in the history of the Ohio governorship. No democratic governor of Ohio was Ever re elected. How Ani Phel did no to run. Democratic papers have said much about James e. Campbells wonderful popularity and his great running qualities As a candidate. An investigation As to his record in this master shows con Cut Stively that where or. Campbell is Best known lie runs behind his ticket. October 14, 1879, he was a candidate for state senator in the District composed of Butler and Warren counties. He was Defeated by his lie pub bean opponent by a majority of twelve. At the same election in the same District Ewing a majority for governor was 931. In this Case he in almost 1,000 votes behind the head of the state demo cratic ticket. In his own county Butler that year he ran 114 votes behind the lowest Man on the state democratic ticket Atid in Warren county to ran thirty eight votes behind the lowest Man on the state ticket in 1882 he was Defeated in the seventh congressional District by h. L. Morey rep by forty one. In 1884 he ran against Morey again and was elected by 412 majority but he ran behind the dem Oer Atie state ticket in every county in the District. His total vote was 10,398, and the total for Newman Secretary of state was 10,588. In 1880 he ran for Congress again and was declared elected by two majority though his vote was Over 1,000 less than in 1884. It thus appears that the democrats Are rather expansive in their ideas As to a a c ii i in my a to polarity. Than and the people want More of it. Hon. L. A. Russell a Democrat of prominence of Northern Ohio has written a letter in w hich he refuses to sup i it Ort or. Campbell the gang candidate for governor. Or. Russell was a sup Porter of Durbin Ward in 1885 and knew All about tile Payne Deal and in declines to vote for any Man forced upon the ticket by the same men who engineered that Purchase. The platform of the democracy is denouncing Tho present state administration censures the most economical the most business like and the most advantageous administration Ohio hat Ever had. The records prove it Anc the people know it. Or. Campbell of no other Democrat could improve or j the Way gov. Foraker has conducted j the affairs of his office. A gentlemen i have nothing but Good will. I a a a a what have you got in your Saddle bags a a nothing but two quarts of whisky that i bought for medicinal purposes a a a bring it and give it to us As a. Pledge of Good a i lid so Aud As i Rode away i congratulated myself ii it of my escape shortly afterwards upon arriving at i Village i told the Story of my adventure. The crowd in the i it Uhtof Tioy laughed. A that is a favorite joke of those Fellows a a Man remarked. A they never fail to get a strangers if the a Foraker boards were disbanded so that democratic Ward politicians could manipulate the polling places in Cincinnati and other cities those unprincipled toughs would run in so Many repeaters and illegal voters that the frauds of fourth Ward a which occurred in 1875 would Pale into insignificance. Honest elections Are now possible and Are the Rule in Ohio. No Republican will assist the democracy in the attempt to withdraw the Wise provisions for securing them. Examined the statement of More thirty breweries. The affidavits which Are coming to Light regarding or. Campbell s relation to the British brewery Trust Are very discreditable to that gentleman inasmuch As he stands upon an anti Trust platform. In his affidavit before the clerk of the supreme court of the District of Columbia John a. Clark attorney for Albert carry who owned the brewery in question says regarding the Purchase of the brewery property a the proposition to Purchase said brewery was discussed at some considerable length to wit about two hours and it was frequently represented by both said Hughes and Campbell that the former was bargaining for the Sale of said property for an English Syndicate id London the entire scheme being purely of a speculative character on the Pari of said Huy bes and Campbell and by them so stated at said the plan was for carry to give a option for $390,090 on the control of the Fostoria daily dispatch hitherto Independent in politics comes out squarely for Foraker and the Republican ticket on the ground that it cannot endorse Tho Cincinnati gang now running the democratic party in Ohio. It voices the sentiments of a Large number of self respecting democratic voters too. Hon. L. A. Russell a Democrat of great influence throughout the state of Ohio has published a letter in which he refuses absolutely to assist in the election of Campbell. He will not support him because he is too familiar with Hie Cambell gang and too honest to endorse their methods of election frauds. A yeah ago the democrats were predicting the country would be ruined if Harrison were elected. They Are certainly not entitled to seats among the prophets. Everything is going along smoothly with the people and nobody is worrying Over a Lack of Prosperity save Bourbon politicians. We Are glad to see Republican orators give due credit to or. Campbell for the things he did when he was a Republican. But alas How True is the old copy Book Maxim. A evil communications corrupt Good manners a a Campbell is a striking example thereof. Campbells Little fee of $�?~25,000 for negotiating the Sale of a brewery to a British Trust is just 25,000 reasons Why he should not be elected governor. It is also just about the size of gov. Fora Kerbs forthcoming majority unless we take a notion to make it 30,000. The Law against horse stealing does no to worry the Man who does no to want to steal a horse and the registration of voters to preserve the purity of the ballot Box does no to Hurt any Man except the one who wants to cast a fraudulent vote. The Ohio democrats in their platform reaffirm their position of last year on the Tariff question. Well the republicans met them once on that Issue and Defeated them Aud will do it again. A the Campbells Aro Corning a is the democratic War cry in Ohio. All right Foraker nags Are on Tho track and have the poll of the Campbells w in they be got to Hump. The Hump on the democratic Campbell is too Large to pass the door of the governors Ottileo. Gov. Foraker is a pronounced protectionist Campbell does not know what he is. There will be to great plenty of re Nib lican enthusiasm before the Battle is Over. War Iii the Post office. Several years ago when John s. Thurston the Well known Republica Leader of Nebraska was stumping the state in an important Campaign says the new York trib Ime he included its extreme Western part then a decidedly wild Region in his circuit. He was proceeding by stage to Sidney on Day when they stopped at a Little Sta i Tion to change horses. While this important operation was going on a Large deter lined looking Man whose most conspicuous article of clothing w As a big revolver approached the Stago cautiously and while occasionally glancing nervously at a Small building a some Hundred Yards away with a Large sign of a Post office on it he inquired for or. Thurston. That gentleman made himself known and the stranger1 said a you speak Down at Sidney to night i a yes i expect to a a i reckon ill come Down with my partition and do a Little a what is your petition for inquired the judge. A the Post office up there a and the Man Pointe d at it with his thumb. A is there a Good Prospect that you w ill get it a a you bet in a sure of it but i Lowed a few More names do no Hurt. When i get it there a going to be dog fondest biggest change you Ever seen in a Small a a How a that a a Why i ainu to had a letter out o that air office for Over two a Why not a a the dinged Critter that has ii now says he w ill shoot me on sight and Yoni bet head do it too so i Lay mighty Low. When a letter comes Fer me he nails it to the door shoots it full of holes sends word Fer me to come and get it and watches for me out of the Quot How comes he to have such a dislike for you a a claims i stole one of his steers. I did t touch none of his steers till he hooked two of my calves and i Cair prove it. But Jess you wait till my commission get s Here and i get hold of that office. Ill wad the first letter that comes Fer him into my Shotgun and lire it Down the Well. Just wait a Little Edge hell find that i can Pound Stamps with one hand and cover the front door with a six shooter with thefil other Jess As w Ell As he can. My name. Is old Jim White and you bet w Hen in be got my boots on i can tie up the Eastern mail with tooth and hold a gun i m the Gene ral delivery and Money it order Winder to it oth at the same time. My Jim White and to ii Rabbit when it Cornea to Bolding a Govoro ment position jail looking out Fer his Ai pellets Jorte firtion As May be pct titled by Law. Tvs floors of the in prime Coart shall is elected by die Riceton of the state Aff Lari re and Tor Mich term of Eren years As May be provided of Law. Whenever the number of Oeh j of rot is increased the general Ata Embly May a Jit nonce the court to organize divisions there of not exceeding three Encl division to non a Lei of an equal n in her of judges and such a a a mtg ment of ease shall be made to each division As a majority of All the judges May direct t. A majority of each division shall be necessary to form a quorum but whenever a1 toe judges bearing a Case in any division shall not concur in a decision or whenever a Cass involves the of a statute a the it instruction of the Constitution of the Tate a of the United states it shall be reserved to the whole court for decision. Sec. C. The state he be divided into Sidella circuits of compact Tiv Story bounded by county lines in each of which the same number of circuit judges la sliding therein shall be elected by Tim elector thereof and for such term of even years As May be provided by Law. Tin circuit court shall be composed of such number of judge As May be provided by Law and shall be held in each county at least once la each year and More Tim one court my is held at the same time in any circuit. A Ciruli judge May be assigned to hold court in any Clr cult. The circuit court Beall have the earn original jurisdiction As Hie supreme court and such appellate jurisdiction Ai May by provided by Law. Sec. 7. A probate court shall be established in each county which shall he a court of record open at All times and held by one judge dented i by the electors of the county whose Terra of Olne shall be four years and who shall Recd is Inch compensation payable out of the Vocaty Treasury or by fees or both is May be provided by Law. W r Seo. 9. Justices of the peace shall be elected by the electors in each township on the to fast tuesday after the first monday in november in year a and their papers and duties shall be prescribed by Law. Their terms of office shall be four years and shall Commerce on the first Day of Jamiar next after Thor election. Vacancies in the Oft see Hall he filled by appointment until the first Day of january after the next election for Towa ship Oft item. Sec. To. All judges other than those pro sided for in this Constitution shall be elected by the electors of the judicial District for which Friey May be created but not for a longer term Shan six years. Sac. La. The judges of the several courts provided for in this Constitution shall lie elected Ai the even years on the first tuesday after the syst monday in november and their term of Olne Elict Lier chosen for a full term or to fill a vacancy shall commence on the first Day of january next after thelroy lotion. Sec. 12. The judge of Tho common plea courts shall reside while in office in the District for which they Are elected and their term of office shall be six years. Sec. Is. Whenever the office of a judge of any court provided for in this Constitution to comes vacant before the expiration of Tike Terra tar which he was elected Tho governor shall Ell the vacancy by appointment until a successor is elected and qualified and such successor shall be chosen for the unexpired term at Tbs first election for members or the general Assembly held More than thirty Days after the vacancy occurs. Sec. 16. The clerk of the common pleas court of each county shall by virtue of i Pace to clerk of All the courts of record there i in except the supreme court but the general Assembly May authorize the judge of the probate court to perform the duties of clerk of such Coart. See Art. A 9 2. Article Viil Sec. 12. So Long is the state shall have Public works which require superintendence there shall be a Board of Public works to consist of Throe members and whose term of office shall be for such number of even Yovos As May is provided by Law. Article a a Sac. 2. County officers shall be elected in the even years on Tho tuesday after the first monday in november by the electors of each county in such manner and for such term of even years As May to provided by Law when a vacancy occurs in a county office it shall is ailed by appointment for the remainder of Tbs term. Sec. I. Township officers and elective municipal officers shall to elected in the Odd years on Tho first tuesday after the first in november by the electors of each township or municipality in such manner and for such term of even years As May be provided by Law. A Lien a vacancy occurs in a Tow unzip or municipal office it shall be filled by appointment for the remainder of the term. Article x7i. Rec. 8. At the general election to be held to the year one thousand eight Hundred and ninety two and in each twentieth year thereafter the question a shall there he a convention to revise altar or Amend the Constitution Quot shall be submitted to the doctors of the state and in Case a majority of All the electors voting at such election decide in Favoron a convention the general Assembly at la next session shall provide by Law for the election of delegates and Tho assembling of such convention As is provided in Tho preceding Section but no amendment of this Constitution agreed upon by any convention assembled in pursuance of this article shall take effect until the same shall have been submitted to the electors of the state and adopted by a majority of those voting thereon. Schedule. Section 2. The governor 11 in ten ant governor treasurer of state and attorney general chosen on the first tuesday after the first monday to november 1889, shall Beld their offices until the second monday in j Annary 1893 and the members of the sixty ninth general Assembly shall hold their offices until the first Day of january 1898. The term of office of the auditor of state in office when this amendment takes effect shall terminate on the second monday in january 1893. Section 3. The term of office of the Judgeson the supreme court which would but for this amendment have terminated on the ninth Day pointed shall constitute a commission who a Hab ascertain no determine the rat e of i a pro see to. Non for my moors of Tbs House Oft apron onto Ives and Perm fore the number of represent dive to which rec county is entitled in dts Bondari of each senatorial District. Hho Ubl any Van Tam occur in such commission the senators of the or oink big t he original designation shall w i door thereafter Dei Tanate an elector to Suchi vac my and he shall forthwith be apr Var by t he governor. Oro. S. The population of the state As Mango. Tamed by the preceding i moral can ans or to such other manner As the general Assembly aha direct shall be divided by the Nom be a one Hun. Dire i and ten a and t he quotient shall be Teova Tjo of representation in the hone oof representative a for the ten years succeeding Sneh apportionment. Exp. 4. Each county shall to entitled to at least one rear Monte live each county con Fri rang such ratio and one half Over shall to entitled to two representatives each Connie containing two end r3-half inane such ratio shall be entitled to three representatives and so on. Hue. 6. Each it Monty entitled to More than one representative shall in divided by snob commission a Lawny districts As there Are representatives apportioned to such county and one representative shall be chosen from ouch District Nix. Ltd Koch representative District in noun Why not or than one representative shall lie composed of compact territory bounded by Ward or township lines and us nearly equal in population As practicable and each of Boon districts shall he numbered. 8eo. 7. The stale shall be divided into not iras than thirty five nor More than forty senatorial districts As herein provided and each District Samll cheese one senator. Bec. 8. The Rath for a senator shall be ascertained by i Riding the population of the state by the number Hue. 9 Bach senatorial District shall be Eom Posod of com pact Terr tory As nearly Cenaj in pop int Loa is practicable and except Asta districts in mantles entitled to two or More senators. Shall to hounded by county Linen. Bkg. K. Each county having a population equal to three fax Ruthb of one senatorial ratio shall constitutes senatorial District. Each county Havinga. Population equal to one senatorial ratio and one half Over shall be divided into two senatorial districts. Amp cd county having a population of Quai to two and one half ratios shall be divided to three senatorial districts and so on but no Ward or township shall in divided in the formation of a senatorial District. Hic. La the apportionment so made for members of the general Assembly shall in reported to the governor by such commission within three month after their appointment and the same shall to published in Bach manner As Hull be provided by jew. A motion 2. At Bach election those electors de siring to vote for such amendment shall have placed noon their ballots the words a legislative Bingle distr ats yes a and those opposed to such amendment shall have placed upon their ballots Tbs words a legislative Bingle District a Elbert l. Lampson speaker of the House of representative. Theo. F. Davis president pro tem of the Senate. Adopted april 9, 1889. Unit a states or America Ohio i Owoc of the Secretary of state. J i. Daniel i Ryan Secretary of state of Testate of Ohio do hereby certify that the foregoing is a True copy of a joint Resolution adopted by the Genera Assembly of the state of Ohio of us 9thday of april a. D. 1889, taken from the original Rolls filed in this office. In testimony whereof i have Hereunto site scribed my name and affixed my of. I pea i rial Seal at join Ruben the 16th Day of april a. D. 1889. Daniell. Ryan Secretary of state. Of february in the yearn 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, i 1897, Aud 188&, Hull respectively 1895, 1896,-----�?�?zterminate on the amt Day of january in the it was capital sure Hii ii a. A there has been a Reafy Deal of Dis Cushion and indeed there is still Eon Kerning the relations of capital and labor a said a Beautiful Young woman us she strolled a till her Lover through the Leafy scented Laue under the Light of the rising Moon leaning affectionately on his Arm a Spray give me amp definition of the word a Well a he said As he encircled her blender Waist with his Arm and imprinted a lovers kiss on her Cherry lips a this. I think is cod hem years 1891, 1893, 1895, 1897, 1399, 19 Al 1903, and 1905 and their respective successor s shall is chosen on the first tuesday after the first monday in november preceding the expiration of their terms of office Section 4. Tho terms of office of the several judges of Tho Circle court which would but for this amendment have terminated on the ninth Day of february in the years 1891, 1888, and 1895, shall respectively terminate on the first Day of january in the years 1891, 1893. And 1895 Aud their respective successors shall is chosen on the first tuesday after the first monday in november preceding the expiration of their terms of office. Section 5. The present terms of office of the several judges of the probate court shall Tor Minate on the first Day of january 1891, and their successors shall in chosen on the firs tuesday after the first monday in november 1890. Section it. The terms of office of the several judges of the common pleas court la office whim this amendment takes effect shall Ter Minate on the first Day of january of the Odd year and those of the Superior courts in the even year nearest the time when their respective terms of office would but for this ame id ens have terminated and their respective successors shall he chosen on the drat tuesday after the first monday in november preceding the expiration of Thole respective terms of Vilice. Section i. The judges of the several courts and All state county township and municipal officers in office when this Amat dment Tate effect i Hall continue in office until their Suo censors Are elected and qualified. Section 8. At such election those electors is siring to vote for such amendment inv have placed upon their ballots the words Quot of Senula elections yes a and those opposed to such amendment May have placed upon their ballot the words a biennial Noah la. Albaugh speaker pro tem. Of the House of representatives. We. C. Lyon. President of the Senate. Adopted april 15,1889. United states of America Ohio i office of the Secretary of state i Daniel j. Ryan Secretary of state of the state of Ohio do hereby certify that the forego. Proposed amendment to the constitutions a Ohio. Elf vim eat Ivo. I. Section i. Be it resolved by the general Assembly of Hie 8�ate of Ohio that a Slation shall be submitted to the electors of intestate on Tho first tuesday after the first Munday in november 1889, to Amend Section a of arrive Xii of the Constitution of the state of Ohio so that it shall read As follows article Xii. Section 2. Tho general Assembly shall provide for the raising of Revenue for the support of the state and local governments hut taxes shag in uniform on the same class 6t subjects. Bury ring grounds Public school houses houses used exclusively for Public worship institutions Tat purely Public Charity Public property sett sex by naively for any Public purpose and personal property to an Aram int not exceeding in value two Hundred dollars for each individual May by general Laws be exempted from taxation and the value of All property so exempted shall from time to time tie ascertained and published As May Ive directed by Law. Section 2. At such election those electors desiring to vote for such amendment May iriv placed upon their ballots the words a a taxation amendment yes a and those opposed to such amendment May have placed upon their ballots the words a taxation Section s. This amendment shall take effect Ca the first Day of january 1890. Elbert l. Lampson speaker of the House of representatives. Theo. F. Davis president pro tem. Of the Senate. Adopted april fit 1889. United states of America Ohio j office of Tux Secretary of stat j i Daniel j. Ryan Secretary of state of the state of Ohio do hereby certify that the fore-7oi�k is a True copy of a joint Resolution adopted by tile general Assembly of tie state Ai Ohio on the 9th Day of april a. D. 1889, taken from the original Rolls filed at this office. Id testimony whereof i have Hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my official i Seal Seal at Columbus the 16th Day of april a. D. In. Daniel j. Ryan ?7 of stat. The Nickle plate. New York. Toluca go Ami St in i r cd Thi passenger equipment of this Lino la a1 now Aud is supplied with Tho Lacost App Siamoes necessary to Safe speedy and comfortable to ave. Trains depart from and arrive at Union railway i it it pot Van Buren St., Chicago and n. ¥., l. K. Amp Vit Lily depot at Buffalo. Pol i Owin. Is time in effect nov. 25, 1888, and until furtive a notice going West. Eve. Buffalo. A. Cleveland. Fostoria. Leipsic. . Payne. New Haven. It. Wayne. South Whitley. Claypool. Mentone. Argos. Knox. Valparaiso. A. going Kata p m. I a. 5 451. A. To. To 40 9 do to 40 i tall Cit id a ii 1-2 03 do 4 17 3 Iii 2 44 2. I so n. 6 45 4 to % 45 i 45 a. M112 35 ii -ma.ii. To 55 to 55 to Oil 8 40 a a i. Through tickets to All Points Aro on Stria at principal of flies of Tho company at Low e t rates Loc any Cletuis of tickets desired. Baggage chocked to destination. I or rates apply to nearest agent. All Tranfa daily cent Dunpay. Al f. Horner gone a passenger agent. Williams Gene a supt., Cleveland o. B. B. Kingsbury attorney at Law. Over Fillmore Krotz a grocery on second Street. Defiance. Ohio Man

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