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   Van Wert Republican, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1888, Van Wert, Ohio                                VAN WERT REPUBLICAN. PUBLISHED EVPBY THURSDAY. K. T. 1 Our Ka-.ilitii'H for FINFJOB PRINTING Arc t.r-t-rlii.V-, and -...JUT of ytnir -.1 Mili.-r ..'nek, N -rti. -V .sinnK >uMlr HIP! THE VAN WERT REPUBLICAN. VOL. V VAX WETtT, OTTIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 26. 1888. NO. 42, I XT Aft! A BLT IX copr, one year, f 1 months....... 7ft One oop T 50 tal.cn for a period than womb s. _ BATES OF ADVERTISING. One flnrt insertion >1.00 Each subsequent inMrtlon CO Nine const itnte a square. AdmlKittraton. Auigncci and each in advance 2 XX) column one year 100.00 One column six month KJ.OO OBC column three months 80 00 Local per line, each week 10 An HOIK s! Piano an Honest Price.1 THE EVERETT PIANO JJY THE KVEKETT PIANO COMPANY, XOH. 388 to JJO.-J Fc-dura! Struct. IJoston, Mass. GOOD AGENTS ddress, PORTER DAVIS .General Agents, Southwest corner PuMie Square, LIMA, OHIO. THE EVERETT PIANO Surpasses in every feature all of like price. IN TONS Combines volumo with tDurity swaetness. IN TCUCH Combines lightness, elasticity a d delicacy, IN FINISH, Beau.iful designs and'best workmanship. Remember this Piano is WARRANTED for seven years. THE CELEB8HTEO EX.1MIIIHG PHYSIGUI UNO SOlGtON, K TIIK- OhiQ Deform Sanit  ne ,ltii and improving everv day. Tin Moctor is surrounded wilh the lai-_'e-t collection of line i islrmnents L-V-T t thlx foninry ti-eating .iM disease ..f .be II ud. l-.ye Kar. Throat, llchrl. -I. nnn-b I.JVLT Kidneys 1'lnddi-r. "-kin. iJrain uid Nerv >un in i an- eers, Tmnor'. 1'il. M. Swe-lliiK-. I'll nil nn. Neuralgia, Hheuiu HSIM. (.ont.'sl.-k llr.iil M-III-. D bl.ity 01 Sitint.s. Diseases of rhi dren, llrudiiM'.v Pis etc.. etc.. and. in f-icr, all Inn .r-siiniil nir and CMironic All niux.e.d opcr lion- Delay is Dangerous. Mil iv di-fii-es ai-e so deceptive ilvH Imndred- of pers -u- have them hufore they even sn.speet it. Tlu-y know tliey are well, hut are per- fectly ignorant ol 'the deadly fanv> hi--" ut'e fast -nliiK upon them, and mnsl. -oi'iier or I ter. pri-tainly destroy th-ni. tin e.-s a nkillful "h n d. ynn .iniieu-rt? Y'-nr case n.ay i-..w be perfci-tly cnridne. init rein every inoinent-.f neglect hrnis-'H r Us Incur. ihle slaye. when "he niosl skil ml physn-iai. can rentier In ncst'iil is nnrr.. t.-.e Inmre nuiy he IOO I. I I1.. Examining and Ooi.sulth....; Physician, CUEE3 WB1..E ALL OTHISS FAIL. EXAMINATIONS FUSE TO AIL. Whenever it i it IVI'IINKI. is utoppinu itl a plni-f. rrtiwd- tciihwr f; him, nnd it is n-.l t" In- wo d at when it i- K-nM-inlM-reil Ihut I- d Hgn S.I-K a d -.cas.- h.- i.exer ,.tks a ue-i io hut de erihe> tl.e .IHler- rnt disc. .si-K Lett, r than Hie xii-k ean ve-. it a'wondenul -ifl f -r to p .SM.--S. H..I) K1- di.t -iiostK- p -wi-is have civ- Htpd wond, r theeo-inn-y Me f..M.i.-l..K plnii W Ich pe- culiar lo the l..r-C  hei-n the pr C -ii'-try -r- lie rar.-l.iliy n. tin- p "I i he- ptilieni n dasertdn- he e'-n-li t ion 01 the all w m-h he ea-efnl'V r in Ids rt-LTiHier f r .i.turi- reierei.fe. aneertrtuis iht- true unini-f of I ills -ase .nd its cause. Kiouini; the he ohanxe ''t produces in theiis-nt-s .-.nd knowing i lie he ehec.k- them witn -pceilic. reine- iej-Hnd the p .ti.-n1 on the road recovery sic- jn-ople c-m.-nit him he reiidiiv'iells them he ran rure or help them, 'or win-Hi- r iln-y re heyond hope. His Imroved of Treatment mild and ens.-mi: ;.Rrec perfectly wilh tin- (ieli -ate or eh -d; do nt reduce Im- h rei.tf n: can he used h h- :.i w -ik; cst possib e "on. lit in me sh-'i-tusi time. I'liln ni> '-H-I him or emi.iiiiinlca te wrh linn a- often as i he during t >e w imn- r.'iiuirrd the  ol all kinU8 of Kiumi fruit. I'rice. In o..e year HUH in two yuuri. at t) per cent iuiercbt. rtU uereri in M-utiiMi Union township, with 3- cK-ared. i w.. JOK huUntib, one iu two -lorie.s high with a otiicr is lilgu and a nuw Imuw barn with u nuw roof; ihreugood well8, two at tmrn ami ui.e ul IIUUHU; horseMlHUie, w agoii ahea ano grHinirv, a.l new uiui out finch o'ti e.-iblai d with guod outlet.-. 50U; ea? n Hiiii baianct lu 4 w.th nti at 6 pur cent. .urisb in KuiMHHi I' WilUhire township. ,IT c.eiired, bulance .nil' nmber. i all miller iei.iv, oiu- miie irom Un- Aoml Price, in section 17. Willslilre toivnsliip, ncie.- cu-jired. frame house with four ro.mis, io. stable, g.-od wuil. good or.'lianl of irun. pears, grapes, etc., ucn-s wheat. under lunce, title perfect. 1 rice, 000. Add ti de.-irable lots in in price from to .iere> In Pleasant township. 1A 'llilj' lr< Van Wei-l witn ft-  01 fair timlMjr, frame- houtu. frame barn. all out board, wire and rail or-ViMrd. garien and well. Iho clear land all iinderdniiuc-d. only mile from Uie house to the end of a t, unu a ,daiiK walk from town cxrend.- beyond better in Van eounty ..r any other. Thin IH at rare opportunity io secure a desirable home. Write toi larlher jmrticitlars. s nf HO or section 9, Washington tc.wnHhlp 20 cx elimivd on east end and 10 more t iH-.irly cleared, house und kiichoii, H, tei-ced into two tle.lds, 4 mlle> lr..m and 1 milu from UuUe nmd. I rice. and balance In one and two years wilh 6 per eenl inte.reM secured by murtg- Improved farm of wirli aerrs u -r cultivation. 48 a ere of of oak, liicknrv. elm. beech and smrar8itu :ited in Adams '-out.r.y, hid., 1 mile north- west of neetxinr. Has u Nrg'i Brick with cedar, rrnme burn, two corn cribs. wagon fluid wood house and orchard. For a comfortable homo at H irgain convenietii t-t ciiurches. s.-hoolH ii nd market inquire tor N inborn fiinu at the land oiHcc. MI in section 28, York township. 6s ear. liuercMof limber and pasture in rst-cliihs condition. IK underdralned with vei-LSOO mdsiof Mle -roin 3 Ciwod outlet. house of 5 milk house. Hiablw. mow, granary, corn :t welU. Lies 1% miies fnnn JOIICH- tciwn. mile, from srhool and jnilo from Ainu (Welsh) church. Price 7-r, acres In Hcrtiori township, win 72 -icres under cultivatUn. All undent raintMl. buiiitings and within 5 utileH of Ottoville Fmnie House with two rooms and two .ihove. n Knst Main St. feet front HIK! 8 long with alU-y on Kide mid rear. Price t with H rooms on North Jef- frrioii siree't. Very desirable property and cheap at A ve sturt you Kverytliinn new No iiil nhility rcquintl: yon, rejider.i-.ii' d-i- it JIB we 1 us !iny N riit-1 ii> ut oneu tnli imrtiruhirs. wlih'li we iiinil f''ee.. si tn- 'on Co., Portland, Maine. att lyr Thit oldies nu-i Ihstnuti- oht. n liiifiine-H du< alioji. ve prepared tlioiisands young on the ar.tlvr duties i f life. For circular.- nddreNs. P BUFF "-ONS, Pittsburgh. Pa. W. W. L-IvSH, (twenty yenra Auditin- Clerk in theDepji :.i- U. S. CLAIM AGENT Ninth ftn.'et. N'. will carefully prepare and pru-enl e.l.iim.- for ;irrears ol pay, bounty. IIOIISHMKS, p.-.leiua all kinds ol  s ,s.f.rf-- w O B nrrn exists in tlinusand.s of Uttl but iirc surp issed by the marvels of invention. Those who ;rre in nccil profit- able work tlmt <-an done Jiving at Immo. Htioulrl Kt once si-nd their to Co.. Portlnml, Msiine, :n-d n-reivc fn-c. full in- formation liow e'tlHT SOX of all ng a. eurn from to ?-25 r day nnd upwards wherever they live. You are sturte. l fn-e. Oipmii required. have inude over in a K'MKIC day ut this work. All .-'u.-.-.tM-d. c. 29 lyr K N t" men canvassers for  nd cell on Urrni. Addrew nranm, Nov. S it F N agoncv. of Patent Chui-H and Chi-ckcrhoard advertising the colebratc-d Synvlta Heine- dies ami a Rowurd of If yon fail to (In I it on 'hiflomall c-all on >ouriirug- for hoard KKKK; or send tt nun is for postatfo to Thu rsynvita Co., IX'lphoa. Ohio From Mttion the on verted (.ninuler. FORT Isn., Aiirll 18X4. I have cn the Synvlm rouK'i a UnTOiiRh Irnil. I hey cured my little girl oh of croup My witv mid motliei'-in-law were troubled with eontfim ot 1-niK One package of the lllockH bun cured them CHII Uilk -as vom'-n do.' M "WO-Fl-MC BLOOICS. LIMA, O., The Synvtta Worm Blocks ac.h-d like H ch..rm hi expelling worm? from mv lltHe child.. I he child IB now well uca'rtv, Instead of puny andniokiy as before RODBINSON. HLOI KS. TheKr.'at and heck, r Jnlv 7. child had a ncvere .-.ttack of mimmer-Coiiiplnini. I'hvclCHiK couMl do nothii-K- dlnpnlr we tried Synvlta lilae.kberrv erommendt'd by n ami ft few do-en effected it eorapu-u- cure. Accept our heartfelt Indorsement  i rfiijr'li i.H'l wltolesonu'iu'.-s co- the ord Minis. ;nid can not IM- sold in rnmpi-tit .mi tlie multitude of low Irs1, short uvitzlit ulin.. or phosplmu. pow- dei s. Sold only in YAJ. BAMM; rownKK Co.. Wall St., N. Y. BIIIITOS LAWRENCE Hi I! li Cross-cut Saws, Axes, Files, Mill Supplies, BELTING, LACE LEATHER, LOG CHAINS, PACKING, CANT HOOKS, ETC Lubricating Oils, Wheels, Gummer Cutters, Log Rules, Sunges. sell only first class goods and aim to DPPOSITE COURT HOUSE K. G AIITKK.M D. K I WM.KI V-oN, M. OR5. IRTEH WiiKIISOR. TI.'KAT.MKNT CANCHR! AM) FFICE (JK'i'WniS A SIMCCIAI.TV. I-ST A IN VAN OHIO A It T I, VISIT VAN TIIK KIH-T THI1JD KACII Mi'NTII. rATIKNT.S TliKATKD HY .MAIL. DDRK S, DR. V. L. WILKINSON, VAN KKT, Onro MERCHANT TAILOR. GODFREY FLICKINGER, .Io for past h d in Imsin- ss ci-licci :l nViT SS TOBACCO STORE, nil irS '1 t" d t, fil. :ind n Mil kiixN ct' CO and SEE HIM A. P.McCONAHAY Praot WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER In l-'liie Jewelry. Walrlicw, 13. Jflaln Si reel Opponlle Court Coal and Wood on St. aod C. V. W. A M. Ry. Pull Stock of S >ft and Hard Coal now ou Hand. Lowest Prices Up Town Office al Ten Cent Slorc. I also the exclusive right of GREENVILLE SAND. J. O. L.E.TTCK. From our CorreFpoiident.l WASHINGTON, D C Jan. 21, '88. EDITDI.S Well, the villiiiuy has been consum- mated. The Mississippi shot gun has at lust taken a scat on the Supreme bench. The friend of the murderer of the holm family has at last reached a tion where he can laugh at the sighs nnd te.-irs of widows and orphans, made so bv the Mississippi shot-gun. The Su preme Court of the United States has never before been degraded to such a level. -Can it be I hat a jiv-t God can look upon such a profanation of a high and sacred office and hold the Nation guilt- less? ere Mr. Lamnr mentally and physically qualified to fill the high office he is already past the age of usefulness and in a few years he can retire on larger pay and live luxuriously, when better men have been hanged for a less crime than he is charged with. And Ihis outrage has been perpetrated bv Grover Cleveland, assisted by every Democratic Senator nnd throe Republi- cans, Riddleberger, Stewart and Stan ford, which act renders them' fit associ- ates of Judas Iscariot and. Benedict Ar nold. The strange gentlemen seen by scores on our thoroughfares, wearing fine beaver hats and walking by twos, are the National Board of Trade. are holding their meetings in illard's Hall, and discussing commercial matters. The question of whether the govern- ment should take possession of the tele- graph lines wa-  unfair to the vounger States. The amount refundud to Kansas under the bill would be about while it- share of the tax appropriated would be over half u million of dollars. And for what? Not under the guise of promoting education, not, under any assumed phil- anthropic idea, but because some cler: iu the Treasury imd got "is'tiu k" in the matter of book keeping The vote stood 48 yeas to 10 mus. The Blair (.'dm.atioual bill WHS next t.iken up by the Senate and ably dis- cussed by its author until the hmir of Yesterday the Senate was engaged in receiving petitions and memorials and wilh bills on the caK.n dar, also the deficiency bill, and limber land que-tion, and after transacting ex ecutive business, adjourned uniil next Monday. The House don't, seem (o havf accomplished anything and as all appropriation bills must originate in thv House, the Senate is kind lying around loose, waiting on the House to tiring in some business. The Dem of the House are slill a little son- over the way some of them have bet.n treated in the formation of the commit tees. Among these is Mr. Cox, of New York, whose friends are very indignant at Mr. Carlisle. The Republican National League was crowded last Wednesday evening to hear telling speeches from Senator.-. Chandler and Teller and Representa- tives McCi.tc.heou, Findley and Perkins. JUNIATA. H. C. Daguc. who was once a citizen of thai prosperous little village of that name" in 111 is county, was arrested by Sheriff Swain Monday night, charged with hav ing forced a note on some BKie Creek township parties. The crime is claimed to have been committed two or three but the whereabouts of Mr. Dague were unknown until he cairn- here of his own accord. Mr. Dague was at, one time a well respected and his arrest will no doubt surprise a grc.-t many. The matter was kept very quiet until aftev his arrest F. B. Zay. of Findlay, has the following unofficial vote of the sev- eral lodges of Odd Fellows in the Sute for Gr-incl Master of the Grand Lodge indicating his election to that office: Zay, 2.188; Bowcn, Winchell, Marshall. 3U8; Fowler, 308. Zay's plurality, 17.5. _______ CREAM TUB MISTER EDITER: We arc havin quite a time out in this naburhood on the taruf. Since I hav bin ritin my letters for the REPL-IU.ICAX I am catchin it from all sides. I blaim Mr. Edson for gettin me into this trub- blc, for if he hadn't wrote his letter to the Times. I would never have thot of cxpressin my vues ou this subject. But I thot I node mor about taruf than Mr. Edsou, so I took up my pen and went to wurk, but I kinder wish now it was lade doun. A man by the name of Bigy pel moved into our naburhood last fall from Connecticut. He's a real gen nine Yanky and I juge frum the way he talks he's a beleevcr in pertective taruf. He cum over tu my house one uite last week and the way he went for me about mv last letter in the REPUBLICAN was a cuusiien, He must hav bin rend in Cleveland's clycopedia frum the way he rattled off int'ormashuu. He says "Free- nology, when you go to talkin about the tarut" your talkin about sumthing you know nuthin about." "Say to says lie, "that Ohio farmers dout want taruf. Why, the res Virginy. which is older than and yet 51 per cent of Vir- giny's popilashun is farmin, while only per ceut of Pensylvan.t's is t'urmin. Virginy laud is worth an acker while Fen'sylvana land is worth an acker. There is Kiutucky which jiues your state on the south. Oi per cent of her popilashun does farmin while iu Ohio only 40 per cent of her peeple ingage n agricultural persutes. Kiutucky land is woVth an acker, while the hill tops as well as the tlats in Ohio is worth au acker. Now why is savs he. 'Til tell you. It's because Pensylvuna and Ohio hav sum thing else tu do besides raisin pertaters and niakin moonshine whisky and ap- ple jack. The people in these states mauit'actur and biki towns and cities to eat up what the fanners raise. Wliy a stale or says he, "wilh littet liroducliv iudustrcs cept the cultiva- shun of the soil has little welth, few markets and no indoosments to produce more than they want for says he. "Ohio is "a kind of England to Ken- Kentucky docs the farmin and Ohio does the bizness. The only differ- ence is, they don't hav to pay duty on the truck they sell in this state. Why. Freonology." says he, "didn't you ever iravalr" "Not says I. says he, "You go to Mishigan necr the lumber reguus autl see what the farmers thare get for tharc prodoosc. Prices in don't bother them eny I tell Everything they raze they sell to Ihe lumbermen nl lhare own prices. See now it was in Kansas before Uio rail- rodes was. bilt. The farmers sold ih.ire stuf to the Mexicans who cum to thare dores and bot thare corn and shelled it and pade them one doiler in for it, hat spoilt if.' The rale rodes when thay coiumcuced to carry it to the MexicMti's dore. Then noise ,t_d Mowuri prodooae was brot into com- with Kansas crops and ihe had, to be governed datilurii prices. So you see Mr. Twede, MIC advautiges of a Home market. You ,.ui Cincinnati and Cleveland and Co- utnbus and Dayton and Springfield and .oledo and almost a hundred more Ohio .nies with all lhare mauyfacturing in- tluslrevs Kentucky and the percent t armors would be less, the price of ih. ire prodoosc hier and tharc land would be worth more an acker. Ithaini the grate amount the farmer razes that makes him tnrifty, but the prices he gets i or what he does raze. You say New has the advantage of the west ,11 manifacturin? ell, that may be so just uow, but she wont hav when the .vest, gets to manifacturin all her own goods as she ot tu. hen that time "urns the west will be on top. She will men luv ihe fadries and the farms tu, New England will hav nulhin but .lu; fabrics. But, Freenology, if Mr. Cleveland's free trade are adopted, ,ie west will never be anything but a liuld and paster lot, what Eng- antl wants it to be. Even then Eug- ji.ui would'nt by our corn and wheat. ;ause she raises everything she wants j now over in India, one of her pozes- .oils." Az I culden get a word in egc- j ways. Bigy thot 1 had nutiiin tu say, so he look his hat and left. Bigy is a tur I think this is the last letter I'll rite on the tariff, so good by. FREEXOI.OGY TWEDF.. OHIO Defiance county collected Dow tax. The total cnrollmcnc of the pub- lic schools is England exsiteabel man wnen he gets tu ar- on the luruf, so to .ifyfv with him ihjil I concluded not nite. The truth ert and get old Itfl unpcrior excellence proven in mi.linnM of 'or more than M quarfc-rof a.-entnry. It is by he.-ifiHoi'thc 
                            

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