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Semi Weekly Age, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1888, Coshocton, Ohio THE SEMI-WEEKLY PER YEAR VOLUME 64 AGE 6 CENTS PER NUMBER 72 THE RIGHT OF PRIVATE JUDGMENT IS ABSOLUTE IN EVERY AMERICAN COSHOCTON OHIO TUESDAY SEPTEMBER f II t A- It i tT t VI I 11 I U i le i f f TiC full f only thereof e turner of re ADVERTISING HATES I Democratic are very men much worked over hat the Republican club is for y and the Standard E bare fared lie when it it overheard member rf the club saying lhat Harrison be elected etc The fa is the Executive the club it never hid other name Tht not knowing it the Harrison and club thar would be the name of the club but it has b en decided to mice it T permanent b and ab iis Protection it takes the name cf the greatest Ohio of the idea for sime reas m tin Cleveland Th irman fussy squall ing of a should the ot HurJ if U becomes permanent Come to think of it tt e 1 isn't rq oa t e the having bli fl the J he I a t anything to say 11 this campaign any how It's run by M the Democrat is tne organ of the IHI Pries be -j fw hi In rynt OWI MI il matte will bf nt Hue p trv or for In JI IHI 1 Si Si i M I MAPI IK the to which settlement THV Ant w i A good t will br p u up i d tickets to soli f the tram the hit Harrison vj r e u- r mil vote i Cleve to sf it flf r MI a i f and no town is bcr li art II WAISON has derided that but one is needed and but one ballot box was claimed by some that as no ro- vision was made for two would be one for tru and one for the ticket The will be a long cne and con tain in th t i early f names he i began Judge The Grand Jury a d with M The d ick el w rt for the of fohn KUon et al beginning Monday u Water Works We have been asking for the facts as to who is to blame in the Water Works matter The people voted for and want water A contract was entered into that was a fair one and would advantageous to the town somebody's negligence or worse that contract allowed to lapse A committee was appointed to investigate the matter and to enter for damages For some reason th s com accepted the amount which the town hid expended to th at tune in getting the contract was though the damage i to a far greater extent than ney in procuring a cor The affair smells fishy looks and the pic are to consider that it is fishy And no jv s the Democratic court claiming to have all the facts in the case Why don't it pro dtice Is it ing to shield some Tne people to know the facts The Standard is a newspaper If there should be a prit in the case and he should be a Republican would the with he If should be culprit and he should be a what c woul I the are asked bv the peo pie day Give the people the over th PUOK M It nukes u very k to wist the men who been t d v h liver M I UK MvK tere t S p 9 m enemies The frea lus to sp lit g lev will t i I -.1 i 1 r j w 11 bi will to he Court room this will thing- in shipshape having U en and hew mating laid Republican at Roscoe lul i a meet MCR this wetk and into sh p a nho bern r DC ol the staunchest Democrats and an lt Uo Hw ntv ho was a cinal trl col Illy IT m f 11 n OUR New Castle day scores L B Logan a Free trade un- der the of Prohibition is ing a stab here and there at the Re- publican party and in the interest of the Democratic party The only ob we see to our correspondent's article is that he hits hard enough and uses force enough to kill the lion in little runt lhat can only thrive and fatten on Democratic milk No one fears the Prohibition party now Kvery body recognizes the fact lhat it is only a little bastard shoot of the Democratic party neither better nor worse than Us putative father The thinking men have heretofore trained the party are it as soon as it showed the cloven hoof of free trade and free whisky ana the Republican party is receiving recruits from its ranks daily In four years more it will be necessary for the Republican party to quarantine the ory leaders cf the Prohibit ion party who after ig been descried by the misguided honest men who formed the bulk of the party will be trying to rush into the ranks of ths party that is on top and has the offices at its dis- posal In the meantime let us train ir guns on the lion in front and after we have demolished him turn on the runt in the rear and it 10 its wallow 1 K Watson by U i between th of hit speeches k while lv on the I I was n M fonder from this hort ten m the at iv Cleveland lector H Iran Ht ringing he could uo be crit d his conversion has created i sensa i in the UK the j 11 I1 c me M mg hst vc Th 1.1 ci us on ths n le ot he fiver be- i in us ly circulating the rep rt Air Hickson very sore over his change ami desired to c nue In k the Democratic Tie here are Turn must bs a crowd at Thirteen tram loads ol people went through h re yesterday bound for the and G A R Encampment at that place Over hundred and eighty tickets were at the ticket office here and hst night ami to-day a large of will ward The bj'ird pss erger No 10 lay on the litre for five hoars ir tht 1 tuirs Liar A R to ths The Richard Post Posts on the sj tram yesterday afer IK i n THE is opening up in a manner On n I speeches were made at Willow Brook and and Re- can speeches at Oxford and Coal At Windy Nicholas made a called Democratic speech which so enthused a young school teacher that he begin to ytt or would have ed her up for the Southern eracy if was such THE Holmes aunty in its issue of A 23 1883 was very pathetic in its i leadings for the farmer J lie the pr ceding winter hid i sight reduction in the tariff on worl In with the ciat S of Signal of Zme ville the of and the of of it began problems THE ren w was vj C in tlu C iV C roal wert ron e for ng last n bht The take place to OA R Cemetery the Democrats j in mental an calculations of m f r r i I 1 t f i 3 f n Ami 1 are Mr Hickson need not Hickson fear their Mr dirt A MIM in am the t meet a cuty to be at th M Hiram in township The time an was Sept and Sept A AI to bus ni jun b H C leaving at A M each day and at e oo Co machinations In hu speech he in- formed the Standard that hs hal his hogs lhat if he kept them longer the Democrats would put them on the free list THE fool Democrats think they hive struck a great lead m their week assertion that the news paper made he fanners sell wool It was Grover Cleveland who m his free trade that free wool meant a reduction of ten cr t cents per pound vd the crats in Congress followed up this de loss to of mathematical demon the awful wickedness ol tariff reduction Right here it is er to state that since the Mills nas b en sprung these newspapers hrve thrown away their arithmetics and g me to yelling free whisky Ask a c newspaper what the plac of wool i n the free list will resul in and it will yell free whisky Ask a Democratic newspaper if it is in of free wool and it will yell fre The County Farm P M This H continue until further no- with a making Yet when the Republican Senate has n ei UN J W through OB No 10 and Mr J C Fish- CT the of the D cratic hoH a wiM while the Kid managers be depot tears cf anguish he had known there a thing Windy pump d out a mass of ree trades slush for four mor tal hours nd until his hearers were He took a ong a nearly all of FHE AOE from the Court House in to from being lonesome as has been a Republican to have Republican very much in favor of farmers receiving 30 cents or more for their wool That would indicate that it is not in f ivor of being placed on the free list Had wool been placed on lUt 18 and 20 cents would have been the ruling prices Even the threat to put it on the free list knocked the price to 23 and 25 cents The was tearfully depressed while the Milli was before the Home Whea it passed the cratic House there was almost a panic but when it came to an abrupt halt in the Republican Senate the market rallied prices went up and the market though not steady and firm is erab y better than when the Mills panic was on During all this time the AGE was telling its farmer readers the truth giving them present prices and what has proven to be the best authority as to future prices while the Standard was as usual lying about present prices deceiving its readers as to the effect of the Mills and in various other ways showing itself careless of their welfare It has been demonstrated lhat the Republican party and its newspapers are the true frier ds to the people on this as on many other occasions whea the fool Democratic leaders through ignorance or malice have tried to force on the country measures detri mental to its progress The farmers cannot be hood winked by the ard's frantic claims to being their d as they know H has always been too cowardly to come out and tell its position on any single question that has ever come before the people while the AGE though it may not always have been right has had the courage of its convictions and has never been afraid to speak out Again we ask the Standard Are you in f ivor of wool on the free Now Castle L B who seems to be very anxious to inform the public that is my for Representative spoke to a small crowd m this village to day lie cirne under the auspices of Great Moral cus with the professed intention of dis- LETTER near him from force of habit cussing the question of Prohibition But as little or nothing was said on Saturday night was unusually S1 t'p'ry furnished the Brook He also has Fhe ot night mares in that subject he left the impression 1 he carne with the j of making an old-time cratic speech which he did He be- gan by making the assertion that there is no difference between the crat and Republican parties only that the Republican party is not while the paying his to THE AOE ds a live If Mr demolishes THE AGE as he de will be for a nrs class in a fow dai s but it not be THE AGE'S facial it will be the funeral of the party in ty The at was ably addressed by Capt E Z Hayes and a large crowd was in attendance At Oxford a fair crowd greeted Mr W A Himebaugh and the editor of THE AGE who the issues of he campaign At the close a son and Norton Club of thirty-two members a constitution and laws and will Saturday night of this week to complete the organ of the county are getting in good As fickle as a woman is a favorite figure of the speech But why a man? If a thing on the et more fickle than maa I have yet failed to discover it Four weeks ago a Jewish synagogue here was besieged by thousands of pushing and ing Jews all intensely anxious to get a sight of and hear the new orthodox of the house of Isuel and Judah To e who had charge of the learned Rabbi's first appearance the demonstration may not have novel In Russia a Jew or Gentile priest is regarded fat ly from what is in the United Statts Rabbi Joseph had been used to a large and devoted following in Russia and the Russian Jew cling to all the old moldy and forms of his faith with an intense constancy in comparison to which our modem religions have few parallels The sian and Polish Jews on arriving in New York were shocked at the heterodoxy of Israel's sons and ters They went into Dr magnificent Temple Emmanuel on the Filth Avenue and to their horror saw men professing to be Jews sitting before the Holy of the Holies with head uncovered and besides them in their pews wives and children They no longer wore the Talas which had been the distinctive sign of ortho- dcx worshipper for countless tions All these things filled their hearts with with them the strength of Judaism lay in its form and ceremonies and if were abandoned they said to themselves we might as well become at once In Russia was a Rabbi learned in the law The Talmud was his sheet anchor and he was regarded it home as a prophet This was bi Joseph whose debut four weeks set all Hebrew New Yoik wild As I said a moment ago the managers of Rabbi Joseph must have understood the Rabbi's strength and the excitable character of the people they had to with for they asked a detail of police Twenty stout policemen in charge of a sergeant answered the call while the captain of the precinct ered to see that his troops in fighting order the police were all armed with their long night clubs and as circumstances it was a wise precaution All the doors and avenues to the synagogue were they were hoarse The other day I wax on Broadway car and Henry George sat in one corner reading a newspaper I thought I would test his popularity so I asked the conductor who he was the conductor was one of those polite conductors that you read about in society novels and he replied I'm if I know and I'm if I I inquired of three others but nobody knew him for What an stantial shadow it is Some time ago near the Fifth country on nue Hotel I met Father I working man thought every one knew him He stopped to talk with a friend br a moment and I asked the policeman on the beat who he was he eyed him carefully and then said I guess he is one of those country sharps that's at- tending the Methodist Conference up at the Metropolitan I asked a cabman who he was and the cabby guessed he must be a preacher of Here was a whose name one short year ago rang around the was followed like a demigod by frantic the man who defied Rome and made Pope and not one in a thousand knew him by sight The multitude had deserted him he was no longer the idol of the people The man's vanity had wrecked him and n a short lime even his name will be forgotten as a public political or factor Another popular idol that man's leness has deserted is the slugger John L Sullivan I recollect one night a tew years ago struggling up to the box office at Madison Garden a two dollar in my hand and of teemed like the farce to hear frothy talk of That may do lor England Ireland France ot many but net in the United States 014 glory was the only flag that wared over that magnificent procession It was a grand and imposing tight and one that roust have made the heart of every working man who saw U quicker and prouder as he raid to self these ay the men that have made this nation what It is best country on God's footstool for the Truly font wanted at S J Stevenson's u UM SPICES guaranteed to be pure at at I HAvi the prescription file of the Bostwick Drug Store and can refill any prescription filled there W M SMITH At Dr Lee's old stand at et FULL line of paints oils etc always on hand at Ben Coe's at cot ALL kinds of fruit jars at at SEE the Common Sense Steam fruit evaporator before purchasing any other Fruit cannot burn or scorch Notice to Public Having taken the agency from the New Yo k sud Philadelphia tea house I am prepared to offer to a choice grade of teas Young Hyson Gun Powder Oolong and Japan at reasonable prices The finest teas in the market Please give me a call W H HOWARD The Wind man ct trying to get a not get the seat seat I however did for lease a farm of acres near Conesville to a man with team Good chance to right Inquire of James Mirise Roscoe O JL it t trim rr is no to the rule but sails 6 I ID of what it has said in the THE prodigious editor of the AGE is the fame ct This sheet very solicitous to know how the 13 u 00 question of free wool is sympathetic m 1883 and ilW examined to an old lady who formerly in but lately member of the family of Mr McCoy near Pleasant Hill Church Sunday funeral were conducted afternoon it the McCoy by Rev T H D Harrold WM a saved Ivs industry and market the wool in spite of crats with the monumental cheek talk abou the newspaper making tie sell their woul at twenty-five f Tus Caracas Advocate DR DON DONALDSON who h s re sided in Coshocton for about a year left yesterday for Cincinnati where he has a musical Dr aldson made mauy friends while here being an elegant singer and a fine musician and willing and able to assist at lhat came in his way where by the people could be fitted He assisted ia the M E church choir and all its concerts etc and many other entertainments and HARRISON GLOVIR of Ohio visit lag his brother Israel Glover was a welcome visitor on Monday Mr Glover It ft seventeen jean ago and this is his first visit swce He was a of the Indiana regiment and will participate the of that regiment bete was sympathetic hugged the and slobbered over to a wonderful degree It told its i lhat they lost 5 cents a pound on wool lhat year owing to the reduc tion of the tariff and published a taule showing just how much was lost in Holmes county It fiod enough farmers in Holmes county to over and it went roaring into other IB its issue of August 23 1883 as stated at the beginning this article we find the following beau- Licking Harrison Guernsey on and counties lose on an average nearly each We have plenty of Republicans in Kolmes county good men too who have lost on account ot the business alone from to 150 each yet they will stand up on prayer bones and applaud far the We have diligently examined every inch of space for weeks says that deleterious sheet Well we'll endeavor to make you thoroughly our p We are and have been in avor of the farmers receiving thirty cents or more for this year's wool The files of the Standard from the in- ception oi this year's market will show that we advised the farmers not to sell at the prices then offered by buyers e claimed that the eastern manu Democrat is progressive on the tariff He asserted that the Demo crat party holds to day tbe same on the tariff question that the Republican parly in 1884 and hat the Republican party had ated Us of 1884 ard was ing to imitate the Democrat party by demanding a reduction of the revenue He then delivered a long eulogy on the many virtues of Democracy in- Thurman's recent speech at Port Mien and went into ec- over the many probable bless ings to be reaped tinder free trade As a clincher to his argument he re- lated an incident that occured on the classic and historic soil of Kolmes county recently He Mr Logan went into a merchant tailoring in to order a suit of clothes A suit made from a piece of cloth which he had selected would cost him under our present robbery He did not state whether he made any attempt to son with the not or priced the goods anywhere else or not but asked the proprietor what the same suit could be bought at if our present tariff oa that class of goods abolished The proprietor ed him that if it wire not for the pre- sent illogical inequitable iniquitous etc he could sell it for To eternally put the question beyond all cavil and give his illustration great carefully guarded stout trustees and others the iron gates and ad- the excited worshippers one at a time At last ths pent-up burst all bounds and then came a wild rush of the excited mob that crowded towards the door The lice leaped to the fore and tried by coaxing and threats to roll back the fierce frantic tide lhat struggled and surged toward the tabernacle but and threat were alike iri vain Your English or German Jew will to reason but a Polish or Russian Jew who has been kicked and cuffed I got in it was standing room only I cac imagine that I hear some of my country friends say Oh Broadbrim do you go to those horrid exhibitions and pay money Yes I have to go in order to get news for you Well on that night there were between fifteen and twenty thousand people there and some mighty good people too John L Sulhvan was the central figure No king on his throne ever received a more cordial or hearty ovation Few kings were as well paid f jr his hour's work he received nearly fifteen thousand and Tug Wilson got five thousand far not getting knocked out Thousands of dollars nightly were paid all over the land to see this drunken ruffian but he loo has had his day and if not killed in some drunken brawl which is likely he may yet be found around some low saloon about the docks cleaning for whisky and rushing the growler with an oyster can Verily verily this is a fickle world As I was walking along Chambers street a couple of weeks ago a funeral cortege rushed by in an unseemly haste it was the last ride that Danny Lyons was to take upon earth The coffin was of a magnificent rosewood with silver handles and was literally DON'T fail to attend the Fall Race Meeting at Cleveland Driving Park September n and 14 Ow fare for the round tnp via Cleveland ft Canton Railroad Tickets good to re turn until Sept 15 td THE Stallion having been sold I have made arrangements with the new owner to keep Steel in the stud until Oct i 1 888 28 31 cot A H THOMSOM LARGEST line of cooking and ing stoves io the found at Ben Cot's PURE Drugs Patent soaps and fine Stationary at Smith's Drug store Dr Lee's old sUnd at et PURE cider vinegar at at Special Excursion to Columbus Monday September 1888 For the grand demonstration of the G A R at Columbus on Tuesday September 11 a special excursion train will be run to Columbus on Monday September 10 via the Pan Handle Route leaving at p ra Tickets will be told at rate of 40 for the round good return benevolent enterprises received his aid The good wishes of his friends follow him CM led Paper PERSONAL and Mrs Alex Hay of Con Ohio have been visiting friends here Anna Strauss and Bert MR HENRY LANE a of Mr Shaffer of the Girls Industrial Home at Delaware were at home last day H H Ware and sons re- grand old party that causes this money 10 be taken out ol their pockets This money stolen we might say from the honest farmers goes into the already well filled vaults of the New England manufacturers whose hired lobbyists bribed a Republican Congress to rob the tanners Ohio The only way to rebuke this wrong is through the ballot Republican rascals out and give honest men a chance Now what we want to know of Mr Farmer is this How much would Holmes and other counties lose with n MM LaM of thk place was killed home from a Carroa He has I month's trip through the East visiting at far tine relatives and friends furers aided and encouraged by the and politicians were seeking to create a panic among the for the purpose of ing their wools at a price less than the market value We asserted that the wools of this were worth thirty cents and il the farmers would hold out for that price they would receive it What was the AGE doing in the Was it seeking to buoy the Was it endeavoring tfo inspire confidence in the Or was it aiding the manufacturers while crying down the price of wool by pre- dicting that in the event of the passage of the Mills wool would not be worth fifteen cents per pound In this conflict be ween the eastern and the fanners of Coshocton county the Standard has been the outspoken advocate of the ten rights while the AGE has figured as the avowed enemy ot the farmer and poised as the purchased ally of the Now do you under- stand our aad was a oa the C C If the particulars of at Mt at hand he fell be- CM sad was A wife Md two small rT N L Glover and children have returned home from a six weeks visit with relatives in Stark Guernsey and other making the trip in their own Beacon John Dillon of White Pigeon Iowa a former citizen of Coshocton for I visited friends near II at this week He is a Mexican veteran a G A R man and started we f tbe fre encampment at can wool on the free list where Grover Cleveland Roger Q Milts and Cap tain J W Owens desire it to be In passing then we would like for the Farmer to tell us who are on their prayer bones Who hired the Democratic House to attempt to rob the farmers of Ohio when it passed the Mills We agree with the Farmer that the only way to rebuke this wrong is through the ballot We will give a chromo to anybody who can discover in the above an answer to a single question we have asked the Standard The questions we asked were are you in favor of wool being placed on the free list reform and a foe to all progress Do you endorse the Mills THI qualities of all sizes of weight he gave the name of the pro prietor which was no other than Geo W Wolfs the one time editor er of the Free Citizen an extinct specimen of ture dispenser Mr Wolfe of course is well known as a deep thinker on great questions and his splendid for- tune is a monument attesting his skill as a Mr Logan no doubt b held up by his party as an example of what a model should be His ods of advancing his party's interest is furnished as proof that the claims of the parly that it has a monopoly ot all the political virtues and high tions extant are legitimate No doubt but that there are people who are weak minded enough to concede all that this insignificant coterie of super moral cranks claim But a concession in the face of facts and di contradictory of them does not alter the facts m the least Mr Logan's Democratic harangues and Mr Brook's gratitude to the Great Powers that he has always escaped in his own country on arriving in the United Spates proceeds at once to take posession ot the land and everything m it They heaped abuse on the of- and then began to throw stones American flesh and blood could not stand it longer and t hen the long night clubs began to swish-swash fetching a head at every crack It was a strange sight in front of a ple and one that I hope never to see again At last the street was cleared and the wounded carried away and those on the inside their eyes and ears on the new prophet but the ovation ended there and then Rabbi Joseph is a failure The English German and can Jews are a bright sharp buried in flowers Five filled with mourning friends followed this youthful murderer to his grave with the pride pomp and circumstance of a better man Danny had been a thief and an outlaw from his boyhood he strove to emulate the ruffian ess that nude Dan Driscoll the Whyo leader a terror Though he had done time in States Prison and the tiary he still lound his gway into the local picnics and parties and his ad- among the loose girls of whom Breezy Garraham was a as were the principal attractions at Billy Theo Allen's and other halls of like ilk It is the custom here to give derers that are hung agood send off at the funeral I recollect one about ing until September by regular trains stopping at their destination By special arrangement the time limit ol the tickets can be extended until October 20 For further information apl ly to the agent 7 at Race Meeting at The Cleveland Canton will sell special excursion tickets tember n 12 13 and 14 from all stations to Cleveland to all wishing to attend Fall Meeting and Hone Fair of the Cleveland Driving Park ny at one fare for tbe round trip td REMEMBER I keep the only lint of art material ju At Dr Lee's old VIA PENNSYLVANIA UHIS to for the O A R National sive race eager to keep up with the ten years ago who murdered a imes standing foremost in all branches man as desperate and cowardly a ruffian as ever stretched hemp Oo of trade and commerce living like christam neighbors belonging to all the clubs and associations accepting all their surrounding with ease and grace and avoiding everything that would seem to make them a tive people The better class of Jews here desire to enjoy their religious privileges just as the Catholic Metho dist or Presbyterian does hen he don't want to carry religion nto the store or hotel or theatre any more than his Catholic or Presbyterian being a Republican and never done worse that assassinate loyal men steal babies from their mother's breasts and sell his fellow man into slavery are but two of the straws that mark the Prohibition party as an obstacle to all one bright Sunday afternoon he hav ing been huog on the preceding day was followed to Calvary tery by one hundred people on foot Such exhibitions are terribly izing and our yellow covered literature keep our prisons full all the time Labor Day has come and gone and for the first lime in our history it really had the appearance d a general day I was glad to see the observance The National Encampment of tht G A R will be held w Columbus Ohio from September nth to Extensive preparations have beta made by the citizens of for tbe entertainment of the veterans and their friends Tbe prominent iog leaders of the armies of the Nona will be present and Mrs U S Gnat and Mrs John A Logan have ed invitations tickets will be sold from Coshocton at rate of 4010 bus Horn September 8th to nth ia elusive good returning til September By special may upon am the limit of their tickets extended to and including October aota tow going to can definite and further information by plication to the agent at station named above Land Tbe Explorers Ex neighbors But your and I especially glad to see the manner Polish Jew lives in an that in which everything went off Never smells of Jerusalem and still groans before has labor made each a splendid at low September trip rates win be sold oa nth vk the Pennsylvania Lines west of to in Colorado Nebraska Iowa smells of Jerusalem and groans before has labor made each a Montana Wyo over his Assyrian captivity This gives mi imposing show rnd especially I Ter Mi tiM I Rabbi Joseph his character and his only value Last Saturday this priest whom fought to see and bear four weeks ago ed to a house only half full I should not be at all surprised to see him go back to Russia within the next six wo it to know that the Texas were to not ou tn sympathy with the Democratic of the District which out and nominated fruit cans at lowest prices are to be found at Ben j Coe's hardware More tt tot Married tion of Standard if it would lying aad dodging and tell ut 6th i rate the working men of the United I on or tht land where ger or the Pittsburgh Cu bet months for he is a woefully such ft weH dressed healthy pointed man looking body of Another cast of fickleness UI men As after Henry George Two years j H 4 Af with erect all clad and many of then fta j 1 i i i -n vv
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