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The Cambridge Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - August 30, 1888, Cambridge, Ohio
U Pix Oam Bwl 71. Vol. 57. Camb Edge Ohio thursday August 30, 1888. No. 17. Pmy81c1ak8. Pat let. In tree Taylor Bomek Daurer m. T. Kam3ky. M. Fet Arima Providence us of All Radoni Gujral halon a medic no in Lime Unpei Kry Wmk Lifton. D. C. Rufflo. In Hutchison Wpm Lens Cambridge a Wall m. Peel Al attention to Mil my Mumm of Eye. Of o. I. Wail of e do. Pattok byh. 1 a. At Tommy at Law. Of court How not iry in Toiveo. Up to Irr a. A Joh. At Tor net at Law Uff Loe awl Vrtol Taupe Bill. Utieri Atteo no lil of move Atte Neye at hew Taylor Hal Lillina Eliex Bluit Avenue Ollir Jam pm k. Hawk kick attorney at Law. Aide Public bin Are. Or. A Russell Burner skin ii at of Ohio Reform sanitarium Judath Kwitt Hladk. At Law. Hanow no. 1 2 building Over Central National hunk a Nurr in or at Law or nil tool Book. 0meim to us Over id. Waern hit hods we. Kirk iankhv1. Of 1o. With Tula hotel m a int. Nil join w. V is Man 0oov bombs amp at j. Mining Engineer. Of att in ont .01 it id87 v o. Kab non. Surveyor and Raik View. Will to nil Oil Perl Tinling to land a Loon a Loon u Are of met oin Bli to faction. J c. Caulk a. Agent. Will Mil town prop in Iii in Leol mat. Of wed to to o Louann on Kim Ohio. Porn or slim flux Arcure kit my Ohio _ Jamart o. Of and All of Clit. Of Milly Lleni. She by hop in b promptly Al ext of Wal Moat a co., of tip and atoll. Ih.1m m r m too aeon in ult i Uro oem would i and or h. Russel Burner author lecturer and principal. Or. Moritz Salm Oculi St Aurist and optician these great and successful physicians and surgeons will be at Park hotel Cambridge Ohio on monday and tuesday sep. 3 and 4. Himo eur cubic Iii first a get Tel Urr nmn Oculi St will be Hort incl him form All operations on eur. Now and threat Wuhu it n tin unit in time than inv other living in Pitt. This Wilt Tivo Nannt Vronis Una others who rein no j of Mvi Licul treatment. To Chi cult die Ting nihed Wiliom duties Mie permit Only Monahu to your roman Nlle. 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A l i Lii Kutlo m Hirn Lii Nii Hiil. Vav co Toi. Ii. I a Loury find Kli Iii y i. Ken Pluto Ihbe Inbi a Mange. H. A Albi Tohl h of us Kuhlou. Stable c net with snarl Fuji manual. Gaz cd Oil Anil mall unto pro of single Haiti by Uniek Lathi or Hunt 1 rep old on receipt of Palco. Humphreys med. Co., 103 Fulton St. N. Y. Ilk in Var. In Elf Iii a i Lii urn Nurt. Urpi a la Cllvin to. Assortment lowest prices. R. W. Lind8ey. Hump bets homeopathic specific id who 30 Are nah Tjio Only remedy for vital weakness Tail i work or Otylior a funds till vial or c at 1 i Turku vial pouter i it a r or California 1iik i How tub Tariff protects t11k Farmer. Of w. ,ih., at Ohio we ropy in in the mail Fie Tinel the Tillo Vinu Ivan Elf the of i Mot Naticc m i late Esa lie or the haninian unto Ali to Norrain a inv in uni at cml on a s i Tim re Viri How fares Fin in u Leth til the Hurh thrill tire u Xin Irful Meek How does father ? h hit with Len Bane a Cilitti Owantha Wea t i and in to wifi Anco i Lii re Are to nov Farmers than there in i Proiti red von ii a or Lead of an in Tiv r Nero As von in of millionaire pro t in l to me he inn n i Iii fun nerf of county Lett vim a a you Novini Aloni Vilh Ilie Mill East of the pro Earthil can of you i nil Wirk Imd make a in the n1 the i Yli tar alas ii an Crew inv von o Enn Anil in a Fis Lei 11 d i i i Nam u Huizi Iii 1 know Tomt ii o -11 v i Rich in the Feilitz n soil know it m air i in i n in is Anil Bierds know it m Noli in tie or turf an Hui j q it is Lull i havi1 t lat the Ift nne h it Ifni t Micou lotion of inn in a Xiii in ii count and Shi j s Linw min that i my in Ike a Mitake in in in ing i i 11 n i 1.1 inv Ivl ii to u 111 Tel Iris of oin i t r t i s t disc Ivor that Dii i us the 1 Sta Iii Creidt Ironi to Isle f e mile Ilir i Hon Roii Ity heir we i a flu Wilth 70 Pei Ott Dii Ilu Volon lilo shul filial will yet who 10111 an untimely Kyve. Yon Manlic by Homo of remedy he ways in Hini Sii the intermit dummd., on Stock in we Moo onic halt not profits at the Mph Matlob Whin mock at two and do voted shares Bach. Co. Capital. Tiik Only c1ihk tomcat Arr. Cola id the Ciul imy lever Neil restore the Neche of tooth and Knoll re nov cd bad taste Fiul resulting from Cut air follow directions and a is by All 81s to ill k tre ulment fur 11 mat by Rall m 10. Santa Ahik and cat a Cubr. P. All Cambridge drug flu. In Kimbolton. Fat Mson in you were Worth univ tl2 in Linteen years under the highest tar la von lout Uron nit in ten years under the la web land you gained 70 per cent client Lonieta there ibo Lemory or spec no Ilion Ali tit this they Are Plain Fada hint Taro Joii in the face and a single Fai t is Worth h Hundred theories. H in 1180h county by no Means the Only agr Ullum county in tie country Whitfi makes this unti factory showing on the. Contrary this Conny mire favored Liy Nitura Iliin must of enmities does not show Ravizee made by the High Turill is plainly As Many other Uil Lural c Inion cities. The Chii ii of isso is our authority Fot is it Einen every Tariff Ealer every m i capitalist in tie Lute of Ohio an annual profit of on c Vety invest ii alter pay ing Flo Nice Loilo tie work. But the Farmer of Ohio whose average capital it 171, after win King hard All Lin self. Is Only Alile to make tie be mob Olin Armor clears Only to of a Day on a capital of Over f i 000 and works himself the a Init a inn i a Luger clears v 17 a Day on the same amount of Pipit ii after Phy Mit of Iii persons to Ilo the work. These Aie facts Elvaneil Frt in the pc Nisis statistics of Vissio Atul tin y cannot be controverted recent slut s him in Repine to dior titans prove Tinl to e Toni limn of the in of hard Vav irk and a favouring Providence is not porn pc Roth. It is asserted with thu Leonty that in seven of our Kaniu Ithial states including Ohio them Are Arm Droit Veges in value to Over four billion dollars or. Brown of ii Liana one of the lend Tig in tha House has com that those in rent to Over one and a i Pinter Bill n Dell Ais. Admitting that lowest Coli mate is Correct the enor Inonu Burden Infin ply appalling. An Olli Cial investigation in Wulw in Michigan and published in the last report of the Bureau of that state developed the fact that 47 4 per cent of the farm lands in Michigan Are covered by Mort Linnet mid that the Mortales Are 8 per cent of the Alae bed valuation of the farms mortgaged. Governor Foraker in his inn Gritl address in 1ss7, Eaul that since Ilie last Apirin sement of real i Rule in Oli u in isso there Lias been a head decline. Kami prone to in from 26 to 50 per Cuit. To Day than it then my Lellow need i proceed nether in Liis line0 is there any doubt conce riling the depression that i h Rod Billy but with an inexorable Erncr Ehsin settled Down upon the farm ing 0 Iii Unity during the past Twenty years wei1, Simetti ing has caused this de or psst n what is it clearly it is not caused by the failure of the soil you i 1. Iti Inot the Lack of Irdi try i Economy. It is not by famine or War or financial panic. No. My friends it is Chi cd by a nip of these but it is Caun Pil by the operation of that Kirrepe Winble Law which ordains that the inordinate taxation of the Many for the Benefit of Hoew must As certainly result in the improver aliment of the Manv As it will surely re self in the Erri Fernent of the Law. In 18s7, the Farmers the working men and the Consumers of thin c in re Pni-1 to the love Zinent mounting to but the fact is Foini Ali Clisol All their Pur ibises of Arcles in the protected list of Domestic manufacture the prices of vol Iii were increased by the to Active to Naff. Lithe lax s on Oue Fly Ali of Iligir Pur lines Mon Teci to oo11 000, Ilie Incio sed Cost by Rea son i f tie Tanir of the Whoie amount consumed would be Over one billion ill Urs. There is not a reputable political economist in the country who does not calculate tip Cost of our present High thrill to be somewhere in the neigh uni Hood of one dollars annually no wonder the con mixers Are complaining of hard times when our Laws Are arranged so As to Sunli sect their Raflo tirces t this Denonno Ifil Dunn fifth s billion Ilo Lorp Tho it Reed Ives online la feb while the four fifths go to swell the part of the manipulators of trusts. Hon. A n in an pub Lish. D in a late volume of the Ohio agr i us nral reports states that 48 cent of the population of this country Are Farmers and hint 75 per cent of the t x 8 i ill by tie Lur Meis in i t i a Farmers Alvoh All of Hie Tariff tubes ant Only the Nunly to the Prol Octal Uinn the Cost of the High Tarioli to the Farmers is the enormous Sam of five Humli Eil million dollars annual la. In 18ho there were Malea an ganged in agricultural labor in tie United states. Therefore every Farmer in the United it. Tesis Tel Mfd on an average to maintain this glorious Ahnna of High Protection. After study Ina these facts the reason for the Deperr sad Oon Dlton of the great agricultural Industry is no longer a secret. We to the question Why have the Farmers submitted so and so patiently to this u i answer in the first pice that the Ikui it by reason of Ribeir isolation cannot unite with the compactness which a possible to persons engaged in other pursuits. Their number a so great that it is Lia practicable for them to act As an organized body and hence they Are at a disadvantage when they come to contend with the firm and Well drilled initial ions of monopoly. The Farmer is naturally inclined to Bear governmental Ilia More submissively than his Brethren in Manv other Indus tries being farther removed from the great Seirer of Polilli he life and More disposed to Trust to tune to work Tefor i. Again the Farmers hive deceived the spacious promises of pretended friends. But the cunning of the monopolists will not be a e much longer to Lefer the Lav of Reck n i in the Farmers Are to the i situation and Alth nigh they Are blow to organize when they Are Ipiniu to they move with Force. No Ilung a More certain than that a revolution is Baing in pared for this country a bloodless revolution fir my Lithe i n t with guns Witul but with White ballots of in Eeten a revolution in it will free the Farmers and All the i u hirers fro a the bondage of an unjust la at on Diomina to Agnon plural journals it e leading in tins revolutionary move meet and the Tuge and other agricultural Organiza Lions from Penn Al Thiim to Neboska and front Minnesota to Flurida have passed resolutions strongly endorsing the movement. Wool what wern the my tools adopted by the a of the Lii a Tariff to in the Farmers to flip ii Esce to Long in this in of process that continually exha Nata the substance of i Farmer adds to the resources of in monopolist eve represents 1 to the Farmers that the pm of Protection won d Benefit them in it in excluding from Ilus country the agricultural products of Landa a Pond that the system would Bent til them in furnishing them with a profit Able Home Burket. B the of these repro Benin twinn Are fall d m and the bitter experience of the Twenty Yeara has exposed the fallacy to the Farmers. F r exam e m in Wool has been imported into Ali s c a Ritro since he enactment of the tin Iff of 07 than Ever before in the Saran Len the of time. For another example instead of the High Tariff furnish ing that Ideal Home maket. He Farmers aft for in Unity live years of High Tariff Are More dependent to Day a foreign Mark i i than they were in Isio under a very i tar ii in Isidio the Farmers of the United states to foreign count ring their sure Fri of cram and bread Tiitus amounting to thirteen mil1 Iowa of Dol Lars. In 1880 their and plan of the same pro Luck sent to foreign countries amounted to two Hundred and eighty eight million dollars. At this rate How Long will it take the Tifuh Tariff to furnish a Home Market for the Farmer s productions after All there is Only one reliable test of the supposed a Lii Acy o a High thrill and that is does n Advance p i yes f you increase the duty on tin plate the people of the United states will have to pay More for their tinware that la a Plain proposition. But if you increase the duty on wheat will that in crease the Price of wheat this is the pout if Ilie protective Tariff a Benefi Cial to the Farmer it must add to the Price of agricultural produce. The six leading articles of Agri cultural production in the United states Are Corn wheat Oats potatoes Cotton and Hay. By the census of 1880 the value of Tonso six Staples was 83 per cent of the total Valun of the agricultural products of the country. Now no one will claim that this 815-100 of the Farmer s productions can be benefited to the slightest degree by the for the Farmer is compelled to Hunt a foreign Market for a Large proportion of those crops and he Sells them at the prices fixed in the world s Market. Anil the prices prevailing in the world s Market determine the priced that Are paid in our Home Market. The Protection of a duty of a thousand per cent on wheat would not affect the Price one cent because we Export wheat we do not import it for consumption. To it is Plain that we must wipe out of the a con it 8 per cent of the Farmer s 91-Oilut-Tionr As being beyond All possibility of bum lit by any Tariff. Any rate of Luty on such articles is not Only a Sham but it is imposed for purposes of demagogy and deception. Permit me just Here it suggest a subject for your consideration Home other Day. Is it Proba ble that the Farmer will Ever be Able to get his full share of the spoils of Protection when at least is percent of his productions cannot be possibly benefited by any rate of duty while the protected manufacturer is benefited on the full 100 per cent of Bis productions i i Erelt suggest this to night for Sotir future consideration As i have no time to dwell upon it today. It is Manifest that we must look beyond the great productions of the Farmer beyond the 83-100 of his productions to see where the Farmer c to be benefited if at All. By a Tariff. Or the remaining 17 per cent there is Protection on Only one article that is of any importance to the Farmers of 1" astern Ohio Anil that Wool. Assuming for the Sake of illustration that All the wools in this country Are increased in Valun ten cents a Pound by reason of the High then the Farmers gain 175.10 through the operation of the Tariff As the last census places Ilia Wool production of this coun try at 240 pounds. This is a very Broad Assumption being nearly t Trice the average of the rates of duty upon All c asses of Wool. But Tor the Sake of the argument let us concede that the Farmers Are benefited to the extent of by tire Tariff on Wool. In 1880 there were Farmers and if they gained the amount i have estimated then the average individual Farmer gained -10. I have already shown that the average Farmer in the United states pays annually 00 because of the protective Tariff. Now Bow does the account Mand the Farmer gains by reason of the Tariff on Wool 40 a year. The Farmer Lotos by reason of the Tariff on the articles he purchases a year. Loss to the Farmer Jain to the Farmer 3 40 net la this statement of the account Al together satisfactory to the Farmers Ancier Fusil that i do not in end the above Liger a to be taken a an exact and literal statement of the gains and loses due to the High Tariff for it Wou lil be impossible to make any Euloh Nice calculation. But these figures Are approximately and they convey an idea of the True state of Ull mrs i am sati Tim i have not erred in stating the Kuin Tuo Low nor in stating the loss too High. La View of All the facts which i have presented regarding the condition of the agricultural in vestry for the Paai Twenty Yesra i believe it i am justified by senator Morrill when advocating the increase of the Tariff on Wool in 1864, that i he inevitable effect of a High str Iff on Wool would be to stimulate the production Moat where Wool can be raised cheapest and hit prices would be reduced he said t May be raised in Western states and especially in California where the sheep bleed twice a year for Onn half it costs in Vermont new York and Ohio and such states a the latter will in the end hand in the business or cling to it Only As Virginia clings to order to Supply Stock for Richer that was the opinion of the men who put the High Tariff on Oil. The Spe Cial commissioner of Revenue be Irr the pfc Sage of the Tariff act of 1sg7, pre diced exactly the result that has ensued to both Wool growers and a Mann manufacturers. The commit Rainner of that United states to the Paris Exposi tion As a result of their study and in spec icon of the greatest variety of wools and manufactures of Wool Ever brought to Gelhar in one collection said in hoi report to Pur Nasr impression made upon an american Mufu usurer by an of the Woolen Iii Tiiu Tures of Europe do spa eyed at the i is the immeasurable advantage which i lie Woolen Ivr of Europe has in the command of tin unlimited Supply of Wool and of her raw Niiler Lyls of variety tree of duty. Tho policy of the modern governments of Europe is Glrst and Foremost to develop the m Utu fractures o their several countries. Freedom from us the a on raw material and bread Sufra la one method of and again the advantages which the european enjoys Over Rue american in the command of an unlimited Supply of every variety of Wool cannot iks Over estimated. The Range of fabrication 01 american manufacturer in clothing and rom blog tools is limited to Amer ican Nocks under tie almost Proul Aliory duty upon i Hose wools. Tue european can select from hit Peculiar products of every climate Aud Sollof the whole world. Hence the Innelle variety of european manufactures and of acc tie capacity of the european manufacturer to relieve himself Tram Home Competition in change nor at pleasure the Elias actor of his fabrics sneaking also of the qualities of tie Harmon and australian wools the commissioners to the imposition Page 8 nays without the command if Wool of this character for Lull or it is hopeless to attempt the manufacture of the Best face l gods. Our foreign importation of German cloths is mainly confined Loblack Broadcloth cuss a Ingres. And Doeskin made from these wools. Tie re is no difficulty in commanding the skill required Tori his manufacture gals evinced by the goods exhibited by or. Slater of Rhode Inland several Hundred sets of machinery could be occupied Here in the manufacture of these goods demanded for Home consumption. The warps a Iii a could be made of such american fleeces As is now grown Here would take up two la tres of tie Wool required for the manufacture. Tills would be is much added to the demand of this character of Wool. The Relief afforded to the manufacturer by being Able to vary his fabrics would diminish the Competition among those compelled to manufacture Only one style of Jodi. And ing More profits to the manipulator of the Wool would so cute Hitmi i kick to the Wool the special commissioner of Revenue in his report for commented a1 length ution the report of the experts Erit by this government to the Paris a position a portion of which we have Jet quoted. The said now if those arc words of truth and sober Ness if the commissioner to the expos Leflon has vol Srul tuned himself and spoken falsely there is no need of further argument for if the euro ii an manufacturer has by virtue of ctr cum Siani is obtained an advantage Over his american competitor then one of two things is her the Wool manufacturing Industry of the i a Ltd states must continue As it now is a dwarfed sickly and depressed Indus try to support which the people must be taxed. Or else some Steps must toe taken to do Awn to it and overcome this immeasurable Advant Hifp and place the american manufacturer on a basis of Equality with his foreign competitor. And How an Man can claim to be a Friend of american Indus try. And to desire the Independence divers Ltd and Extension of american m us captures. And Jet seek to continue a state of things Wolik h places the great Woolen Indus re of the country forever under immeasurable Dis state in w hich of necessity. Thai e pm never be any permanent something a Lilli sent Orelj beyond the commissioner s comprehension now Farmers of Harrison county is there anything strange in the tact that the High Tariff bus depressed the Wool growing Industry is it that the prices Are Low and that the Mann fact users Are not prosperous when every Billy who understood the Situa tion Preli eted Twenty years ago the Verv result that Baa followed i now refer you to the table of average prices of Ohio Wool in Philadel phia Given by Hon o 6. Cope in an address before the Farmer s Institute i in thin town one Vear Asto last win Ter. The table is published in the last Ohio agricultural report and it that there was a m irked decline in the Price of Wool in when the High Tariff wan put on that raw material. It shows that the fluctuations in the Pricil of Wool were greater from 1807 to 1883, under the extreme High thrill than they hive been since i8s3. When a slight red Mon Wax made in the rates. I also refer you to the Standard tables of prices reported by James Lynch and George William Bond the leading authorities on Wool in the United their table shown that from 1847 to 1856 under a Low Tariff the average Price o Wool was higher than it was from 1s67 to 1883, under the highest Tariff Ever placed on Wool in this country. It Alno shows that the Price of Wool from Isi to i860, under free Trade for nearly All grades of Wool was Blither than it was even under the Low Tariff o 1846 to 1s5b during that period from to 1801. When there wag practically free Trade in Wool the shepherds of Ohio prospered As they had never prospered before and As they have never prospered Cince. In 1841 the values of the sheep in Ohio was to eight years thereafter the value of the sheep in Ohio was s54, being an increase of Over 350 per cent in Isgo after Twenty years of 1 w to Naff the vain of the sheep in Ohio was marvelous increase of Over 1000 per cent at the beginning of the Vil War when it was proposed to put merely a 5 per cent duty on Wool Bun Wade who then represented the Farmers of Ohio in the United states Senate opposed the measure and explained Bis opposition by saying that the Farmers were doing Well under tree Trade in woo and he Feal even a Small duty would interrupt the Prosperity of the Ohio Wool growers. But at Lengh and in opposition to the predictions of the Best potted Wool men the High Tariff enacted and what was the result inside of four years the number of sheep in Ohio dwindled from 7 to in eleven Yeara after the enactment of that Tariff the number of sheep in the eight great Wool growing s Atea had fallen from 29 879 222 to 12 803 enormous de crease of 629 More than one Balf of All the fhe a in the great to 1 growing states East of the Mississippi River had disappeared in the Short space of eleven years directly following the enactment of the highest Tariff. In 1887, the total value of s leap in Ohio waa Only decline in saving that the High Tarvitt has not added to your Prosperity. And when the monopolist be he a steel Monopo list a pig Iron monopolist or a Sheet Iron monopolist or any other kind of monopolist Comoa before Tea Farmers of this i Nonty and tells them that they Are growing Rich through the Beneficent Agency of the High Tariff and therefore they should Vole to maintain it he should be received not a a Friend but a a Wolf in sheep s clothing. He should be stripped of his Domino and exposed As an agent of monopoly who is prowling about merely for another Opportunity to devour the forr Neil but even paltry in which i have credited to the High should be stricken from the account. Every Farmer m Ohio who sold Wool thirty years ago and who Falls Wool Law Konuwa and cat testify if in disposed that the High on Wool is a failure base Sham a far As adding one pent to the Price of Wool. One experience is Worth a a open speculations. Any Farmer is sixty years of can testily that for the past forty years the average Price of Wool has been invariably higher under Low tariffs. In value in Twenty Yeara of High Tariff of Over 5q per cent. Twenty years of Low Tariff and no Tariff a gain to Ilie Wool growers of Ohio of Over 1000 per cent. Twenty years of High Tariff a loss to the Wool growers of Obio of Over 56 per cent 1 do these undeniable facts hold out any encouragement to the Farmer to put Bis Trust in a High Tariff my opponent col Taylor is familiar with the Hiat Orv of the Wool Industry since 1847. In 1886, Only two years ago he with other wrote a letter to the Secretary of the Treasury in which he declared that the Price of Wool had been reduced to the consumer in consequence of the High Tariff of 1867. He made an argument to show that the Price had been steadily reduced and that the reduction waa due to the High Tariff. Yet now for the purpose of maintaining High rates of duty upon tin plates and other articles he comes Befi re the Farmers of ibis District and Asce them to support this High Tariff on Wool knowing that if he can put them m the position of supporting that Wool Tariff be stops Ihahn. From crying ont Agni la the burdens Laid noon them by tin duties on other in View of All the evidence i have presented. Joh will not the info it strange that i assume that the of Ohio have had of this High Tariff no Tiura it is a that has Only Corn placated the patient s disease after trying this quack remedy for Over 90 years the Farmers of Ohio see it Bat not improved their condition. And i Challenge any person to show from Taj reliable tables of prices that the Price of Wool Haa been advanced one Penny bar the Tariff which has been in effect since 1867 has steadily Vear by year reduced the Price of in the same rear he National Wool association sent out the Fol owing statement the Price of Wool trom 184f to Iso i under 1 Low Tariff was to the grower 4ii a while Inda Pfunder the Tariff of 1807, it is less than 30 the chinese policy. But there in still another and a More Omin Nui Cloud in the ski of the farm ers Prosperity in the language of one of our greatest secretaries of the treas Ury we cannot expect to fun Ninh the world with our Cotton b eid stuffs to Bacco Rice and other pro notions unless we Are willing to receive in return their productions. There Mast be mutuality Between nations As Between in the Farmer a our greatest exporter. It is absolutely necessary for his Prosperity that the nations of Europe by his surplus if should re fuse for one year to take Bis of wheat for instance the Over locked markets in Thia country would to to pieces and prices would take a Tilisi Stroh plunge downward. The productions of the american amount in vain to 500 000 000 every year one tilth of that production is surplus the value if the surplus fixes value of tie whole crop. Now Arn the pre pared to Facrik a the values of 9 000 000 of their productions in order to in stain the very doubtful Benefit of a Tariff on Wool the entire value of the Wool crop being Only this is not an exaggerated picture. The fact Uanno be h Den tint other nations Are growing restive under the restrictions of America. Some of nations have already retaliated by placing countervailing Dutes on our Lucas Ard otherwise our irate. The Farmer being our greatest Shorter is already fee ing the Damag ing of this Reta Satory disc Nim Trio i Aga Nat his productions already he decline in the Price of the single Staple wheat due to this discrimination amounts in one year to Many limes the total value of the Wool crop there a Curt ply a Nalimu in Europe to Lay trom France Down to Little pen Mark that does not treat the american hog with i he utmost disrespect. Every Lav Vou Bear of some reprisal being made upon the Farmers of this land be of our High Tariff. Retaliation is though it is contrary to tenets of our Christian religion this retaliation must affect our 1 armm s More than the men in Tny other Trade or b cause the Armera Are the chief exporters of keep up the present system of i Sola lion and selfishness meet other nations with slights and rebukes when they come Bere to Trilla for your surplus prod nets continue to add Stone after atone 10 the cd meet Wall you Are building Roumi Thia country and what will be the consequences the logical consequence of the system will follow in America As surely a i the did in China. Protection in its purity practice in Bina for when she was finally compelled to open tier ports to other nations was the condition of her industries s speaker Carlisle answers in terse and graph c words. He save in China where Thi to Corine of Protection was Carrie i to its to girl results in Clirina Ritli the oldest civilization a the Worril with every of soil and climate and natural re sources w the a frugal and it Dies Riou i Ople. With a literature abounding in philosophical am speculative thought. I he useful arts and Maui arturs Are Mill in their infancy and labor is still Al Jeci slave of capital. Farmers and Laborete of Eastern o Lio an the name -1 civilization and Progress t ask Yon if it is your desire to pursue to its inevitable the chinese to icy of non Intercourse with other nations permit me to make one More remark six Hundred million pounds of Wool Are required to clothe the people of these states then Many of in Are insufficiently dressed to withstand the Rigours of our Winters. Less than one half of the Woal necessarily required for the of this people is grown in taif United states. For Twenty years the people have been paying heavy anti in in every Pound of Wool imported to make up the deficiency. For years without benefiting the american Farraer to the amount of one cent the poor of this land the Bard pressed Borer the sickle widow the Ganut and a Nirry children have paid a heavy lax n every Woolen garment they have purchased and Many have been unable in account of this lax to clothe them selves As warmly As the state of their be Alt demanded. After Twenty years of High Tariff Wool we Are no nearer supplying the needs of the people than when we began More than one half of the Woal req i de must Corne from other countries. On amount of the High duties on raw most of this importation has been in the shape of manufactured goods. Many of our Woolen manufacturers hive been compelled to cd in their Mills lie Auseth a Coull not afford to import thu grades of Wool necessary to mix with the Home grown Wool to make the fabrics demanded by the people. On an average the Mills that Are still in exist each have been run to less than half their capacity hence Liev give employment to Only half the labor that thay should this unprofitable condition of tie do emetic manufacture of woolens necessarily Utt Rocta the growers of Domestic Wool. All interests demand a change. Let us no longer keep the Woolen shirt and the Woolen coat from the Back of the poor Man for the sole Bane fit of foreign manufacturers. Let us have free Wool Ami then the one half of the better Grade of woolens worn m ibis country will not he made in Europe but will be Manu Fao tired in our own Mills giving employ ment to Many thousand More workmen let us have free Wool and the incr is a activity of the american Woolen Mills will increase the demand for american Wool end an increased demand Means increased i ices to the Domestic grower. Farmers of Harrison county i have now occupied too much Lime but before closing i ask of von in Thia Campaign to discard All prejudice and make up your verdict from the Lac s which your own experience tells you Are True and indisputable. I Appeal to the tribunal of the voter s a perverted in will the tillers of the soil remain longer in the bondage of High Protection and like the patient of the Drudge of the farm be Content to satisfy their hunger with the refuse of the barnyard will they longer permit themselves to be the Dupee of the princely monopolists whose cry is Ever give give to Wcarl or not to that u the whether tis happier in the mind to the heats and la Mulzof of i or Ith some prudent to Tow trait i it Matrimony join. To to no and by have say the heartache and the thou and Al Csc pangs of cell wore a Connie Matloka div on try to be wished. In nuptial Bud to join till death a. The rub for in that space what Dull come. When be have taken our solemn leave of lib erty must Irve us pause. There s the be acct that Slacks our Speed in piling for a else who would Bear the acorns and which bachelors when aired feel the and fevers which each new face must live to when Rel blot Etc at of a by a Bare Yee who would with dear to Tret and linger out a life Kut that the dread of something Jet Nat Tea. Nannc Hazard in a state from strict Bond death Only can release puzzles the with. Makes us rather a noose those Lite we have Tymn b to others which we fancy this last reflection us and Warr. Filling the dubious mind with dreadful of curtain lectures jealousies and great entailed on Wedlock. U Bli h to a old the Lover checks his and miserable dips a Bachelor. Zuni courtship. The Duiker do not to the american Palau Balmy doors from spice islands wanted by the Tropic Sozo dont in healthful fragrance cannot be surpassed by these. Teeth it whitens ii rattles you will use it if Jon re Wise. One great Merit of that bean lifter of the Teeth Sozo dont is that its upon the month a refreshing while a Means of cleansing the Teeth and improving the Breah it stands alone. A Paldino s Handy about the House mends everything. Ang 9-Iw there Are braying men in the world As Well us braying for what is loud and senseless talking and swearing other than braying and no Tariff than u us been in dec High tariffs. Indeed it we Pono eded. 18q7. In 1883 the Ohio Wool declared that Tariff of facts have Vou pain in the Small of your Back or hips Sharp pains no the Back at pain in the Glim Mering before the eyes at times difficult to times too free too Clear if of remember these Are of disease which ran be cared in its first Eta ii Bat do not wait until then. Go to. M Hawthorne s drug store and ask for a free Sample bottle of or. Bzdick s kidney cure which will convince Yon. Large Ewe 75 cents. One bottle two weeks this to Posi Tive cure Lor kidney and liver with guaranteed Isle. Colds sore or weak throats ask or a tree Sample of Jack son s Psi ram Bonam cough strap. The treat sector. Luge Frank Hamilton gushing the celebrated explorer Atul student of Zuni Indian customs was asked by a re Porter to Tell of his experience and thus related his narrow escape from a willing Tutti Maiden they became much attached to said or. Gushing and anxious to make me so Happy among them that i would not rare to go away. With that kindly intention they choose a voting woman for me. Looking m her with american eyes she was not handsome to the i suppose she was fait to see. I knew that if i did not marry it it would be quite difficult to retain the position i held among them Atul you know. I really could not wed her. I thought the thing Over and decided to get the Voung lady Hilary. I did it. When she sent me containing food and fuel As a Token that she was willing to have me 1 went to her and talked the mat Ter Over. I told her it waa customary for americans before they were mar ried to know each other a Long time. So that each could look into the other s heart and that there was no guile there. And then i said after it was decided to marry a Long Hng time so that the americans would have a Chance to know each other Vivell. I said in this Case a greater length of time would be necessary. Only am i stranger to Vou and i but i do not know what kind of a wife you would make therefore let us wait and i will watch Yon Day in Day and if i never see a sign that tells me Yon Are not As i would Vav i a you to be if your wants arc never uttered without previous thinking then i will know you and bring my bundle.1 Well that did not appear to be pleasant to her. But you know it was reasonable and you can reason Vav Ith the zunis. The time passed and i pretended to be watch ing her but i was trying to discover Means of continuing my life among her people without paying such a ugh Price for it As marriage. After a time the zunis turned their faces to tha Ocean of the rising Sun. And i saw an. Opportunity of snowing that i a willing to be one of them without mar ring. The indians wanted some sacred water from the Atlantic and i determined to become a priest and Lead their head men to the East. I was received As a priest and while that did not Ternove the privilege of marriage it took away the necessity. La Zun Luud the woman makes the first advances looking toward marriage. It is right. The woman raises the family. She transmits the name. She sends to the youth she Basket of meal or some peaches and if he is inclined toward her he Forth with makes a present of primary consideration consisting of pair of moccasins and a whole Deerskin beautifully and Snow White. That dignities that she is provided with shoos for life. The skin is placed Over the foot and then rolled around the leg and strapped Down with delicate. You can always Tell a married Zulu woman by the Large Roll of deep skin and by the Small Silver buttons that adorn the leggings. Whenever the foot piece wears out it is Cut off and the Roll is replaced. When the women become old the Roll is Small. The Only Sanctification of the marriage is the formal adoption of the Young Man after the acceptance of the. Bundle. He is then the Stepson of the girl s father. When the youth desires to consummate the courtship he the girl a dress which theoretically. He weaves. That is to show that be can provide his wife with clothes. He for Hor in the Fields to show that he can provide her with food. Each of those Little things a significance. They seem Small but they Are of great importance. The Zuni indians Are a Small tribe but in them is condensed the history of the great est people that has Ever populated the american continent. The of other Deje. Immediately after the great fire the manufacturers of so called fire proof safes resorted to every conceivable Way of impressing on the minds of people the fact that their safes had stood the test of the fire. There we great rivalry. Emerson Manning were the minstrels of the hour. They located their troupe in an advantageous place. Their Middle Man was Senatorf Bob Hart afterwards a pulpit orator and now dead. For the matter of that Manning is also dead. One night the House was crowded. When the curtain had been rolled up there was disclosed to View As fill looking a set of men As Yon would want to see. But like All they of course looked very Black to the audience. I said or. Emerson rising in a Majestic fashion that a Safe is much the said or. Manning from the. Other end of the Semi Circle yet claim that the Salamander knocks it state your reasons said Bob Hart the Middle Man. Or. Emerson has the or. Emerson stated that the office on the Corner of Monroe Aad Dearborn had a Safe manufactured by the. Night before the great fire the postmaster seemed to have a premonition of danger of some kind and placed his favored cat in the Safe. This was what was known As the Post office cat. It was full two weeks be fore anybody could approach the on account of the intense heat Aad when the door of the Safe was opened there was the cat alive and wanting or. Manning arose in behalf of rival Safe and stated that tons Foley. Who kept his Billard room right a maw from the Post office was Ted Ete fighting cock. The night before fire he had a premonition of danger. Just As had the postmaster. Placed the rooster in Bis Safe. At same time the Post office ruins Wen explored so were Tom Foley two weeks there 01 so were Tom Foley s. T eks before people n account of the heat and Wnm opened the Sale. Manning stopped right after a moment of painful the other minstrels asked All in what condition rooster. Or. 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