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The Cambridge Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - July 19, 1888, Cambridge, Ohio The Cambridge. 57. Cambridge Ohio thursday july 19, 1888. No. 11. Fhyb1ciarb. H. Mah Buk m. A of my Ywin but a Lou 41 pm pm on will b. Flit left at Noil March sir or tar Sculli Antl Malu Over r or. 1 v. In in. D. 4miw us a trawl. Urn. T. Hammy m. U., pit Salcian and Mil line by Ute i future do. F dim Kroon of youth 119cu ind the untold Molnr goo Pun 8 vo., Uon Aoth fall Gilt Only jum2s4w Tutt be fretful Perlik a the duty on steel How it affects tiie Farmer. It was the late Tom Corwin we of tick thai ii Portina a protective Tariff the tit rat r the fool the better to Hran mint of course the Conri Ime pave the additional Cost put upon the Ariole Eon Mcneil Anil the tax neither funds to the Quality nor increases to i ii Motily of the thing taxed. The sol 0 j Tol of Protection in to destroy compe i Tim. If Thiol be not its purpose non can a discovered. If it cheapens pro Ion it it Nell Bonn Piatt every duty on imported Merchan Dine Given to the Domestic manufacture an advantage renal to the Sena tar Sli Flinan in 1su7. If the present rates of duty wer Hij i enough Durinzi and since he War tvs ii Home Ini enstry was in inned wit internal taxes with stamp duties income taxes and High rates on a trials then surely they Are no1 High when All these taxes Are re senator Sherman in 1s7h, in reviewing col. Taylor s defense o if extortionate Tariff on steel rails w did not draw attention to the fact the he h equally Ridant in championing the. Unjust Utill oppressive Iti Tien now Laii upon All Limich or sled although h knows that Teol is now proud tied alts than Ono tenth the ont that a to Proi Lieut it when the Mori i qua enacted thanks to the Grea inventions of Henry Bessemer am Othorn and to knows that the Are deprived from end a Iii the full Benefit of there inventions be mine of the thrill yet Hippich s any a lorm. Although in in iwo int. We adjusted the prices of our Iowa to Consumers to the prevailing Rice of material and based our estimate 1 profit upon it. Last year the steel rust was formed and the Price advanced rapidly until now the steel we ought last year for cents a found outs be cents a Pound an Advance f 1ss per cent Tilix is not due to any Icreane in the Price of Iron or wages but solely to the rapacity of the Trust and in Trust is made possible by the Tariff. Against the last Advance of two cents a found i remonstrated to the Salesman of in Pittsburgh firm of which we bought. It is easy enough for you to avoid that e said. Join the Northwestern flow takers association and you will get a hate of two he explained to Roe that the association had been formed o protect the plow men against the in Reade in steel and to make on United do Urica in the Price of plows to cover in increased Cost that the association and met the opposition of one of the lost extensive plow makers in Illinois refused to come in but persisted in liking Hia own prices for his wares. He plow association had then asked a he steel Trust to Advance two ends and give to the members of the soc nation a rebate of that amount in order to bring the recalcitrant firm to terms. The effect has been an Advance n the Price of plows and the shifting of in steal of the steel Trust from our boulders on to those of the Farmers am no longer a protectionist when that policy renders such robbery the Reader will notice that when the Teel Trust raises the Price of steel the Low makers can shift the Burden from Leir shoulders by forming an Asa Ocia on to Advance the Price of plows and and firm holds out against the Advance Lere a a Way to bring it to Terra. The by in then put upon the Farmer and hat redress has he can he form an aeon nation and shift the Burden to the Houlden otome other person 7 alas of he has to Bear it All without re Ouray without any indemnification. Lie cultivator of the soil and the wage Arner in the end have to pay All Thwe extortionate charges. This is the Way the High protective trial works. Not Only in steel but in Early everything the Farmer the me Hanic the labourer and the professional Man Are compelled to Bur. These classes i society Are at the mercy of the there and no other interest Are promoted and encouraged by the prevailing High Dot Lei. Oot. Taylor Oham of Truu. That he aether glaring a that of tin plate but equally burdensome and unjust. In concluding this chapter of our review of col Taylor s Paech again Call attention to the inconsistency of col. Taylor s position. To conceal the selfishness underlying the whole ays Tarn col. Taylor Retenda that his Zeal in behalf of the trusts is animated solely by his solicitude in behalf of he in Annie that the hardship of the lain. Condition is increased in proportion in the augmentation of the Power of monopoly. He says to the manufacturer we give Yon Protection in order that mar get higher prices for Jim but when he Cornea to Tilk id the co Mimer he Saya we uphold pro Keetion in order that Yon May buy Urs gods of the manufacturer he is a physician who uses the same drug to stimulate the patient and to a Nance his fever. All the Way through Hia it lured speech col. Taylor reminds in o Vav. G. Sum tier s lust ration As rotated during the prenant Diann Mon by congressman Ford. The a abiding Man s interest and the employer s interest in a Oei Tain sense antagonistic. The employer would like to have Wagen Low. While the labourer is desirous of Rei Oivinn an High wages As Poa Nohle. Again the consumer in nor to Una close the product As cheap As Nof Flihan. We have this state of affairs when along Comee an All Wise congressman and be prop Noas to make everything Lovett. To the Labouring Man be says i will i tit on a Tariff and make your wages but what Are you going to do with says the manufacturer. Do not replies be congressman i w 11 make wages of for exclaims the poorer make wages i a Why you nuts fid Yon would make my wages ssh so says the Congress Man. Keep quiet i am not going to actually make wages Low for the manufacturer but i will make the Price of his product High and that will have the same this stirs up the con Sumer who at once jumps to his feet exclaiming hold on there what s hat do you or Cooee to pass a Law to increase the Price of this of says the congressman i to not really mean to make prices High t Only looks the difficulties amongst which that ill Wise congressman floundered re minds us very forcibly of col. Taylor s 1 stressful efforts to convince the labor r and the consumer that he is acting in behalf of their Best interests while at he same time he is in abject servitude o the trusts and is devoting every Energy to rivet More securely opon the people the Iron grasp of every monopoly n the land two of courage. Gen. Horace Porter contributes an article to the Century on philosophy Rit of courage follows from which we quote to dangers not always the form of courage which should in title its possessor to the highest credit. It is a negative virtue As compared with the Quality which enables one to per form a dangerous duty while the fall measure of the peril encountered. Two traits Are Best illustrated by the old Story of the two soldiers whose regiment was charging up a Hill in a desperate attempt to capture a Battery. When half Way up one of them turned to the other and said Why you re As Pale As a Sheet you look like a ghost 1 believe you re afraid.1 yes i was the answer and if Yon were half As afraid As i am you d have run Long ago it is some thing higher than physical courage it is a species of moral courage which recognizes the danger and vet Over masters the sense of fear. When the famous mine in front of Petersburg had been completed and tie National troops drawn up to charge the enemy s works As soon As the mini had demo its work in creating a breach the signal was Given just before Daylight the fuse was lighted Anil tin command stood waiting with intense anxiety for the explosion which was to follow. But seconds the alien Tensor minutes passed Ami still no sound from the mine. The suspense became painful and the gloom of disappoint ment overspread the anxious faces of officers and men. The fuse had been spliced about Midway. It was now thought that there was a defect in the splice and that it was at this Point that the fuse was hanging tire. The Day was breaking the enemy was be coming Alert at the sight of masked columns there was not moment to be lost. Lieutenant Doughty and sergeant bees of the 48th Penn Sylvania infantry now volunteered t examine the fuse. They entered the work of a japanese artist. The technique of Chiosi s work was most fascinating. I had come away from England with All sorts of theories concerning the technical part of an artist s work and when i got to Japan i found there was absolutely nothing that was not known by that Man. This fact is As remarkable As it is True. His method of work too interested me exceedingly. To begin with the assist ant brought his Stretcher of Lovely piece of silk stretched across a wooden placed it in front of him. Then taking a Long burned Twig he thought for a few minutes looking All the while at his silk thought out his picture indeed before he put a single touch on his Canvas. How different is this from the Man who so often with us puts on a lot of Hasty touches in tie Hope that Liev will suggest the picture. When this japanese saw his picture completed in his mind he began with a Little burned Twig to Trace a few sure hues. I never saw such facility in my life. A few Swift strokes indicating the outline on the silk of two Black crows then he took up Hia Brush and began at once with the Indian Ink with full Power in a Bey stroked along the Broad Parade. Johi Jnanen and pretty Maria your Leet Are Allut Bald wily Don t you by but Altter be Manet How White my wout Topo Luli ilium with tukn8 his Back n Slove Liness As regards the Teeth. Ceen them pure Allye who wish to be loved and caressed. Sozo dont a Nequa led As a Means of whitening Oli Abing and preserving them. Cheap Conven int and useful. Mends everything. July 12 4w Long dark gallery which led to the mine and without stopping to Toimi the chances of life calmly exposed themselves to one of the most horrible forms of death. With no excitement to lend them its intoxication will nothing to divert their minds from the Fate which seemed to await them followed the course of the fuse through the Long subterranean passage found the defect at which the spark had been arrested and made a new splice. On their return the match was again applied and the train was now prompt to do its deadly work. These men Dis played even a higher order of courage than those who afterwards charged in to the syrup or figs a the delightful liquid laxative Anil the Only True remedy for habitual constipation and the Many depending on a weak or inactive condition of the kid Neys liver and bowels. It is a leae ant remedy to take both to old or Young it is gentle in its action and effective Ilia acceptable to the stomach and strengthens the organs on which in acts. Manufactured Only by the Cali fornia Fig syrup company san fran Cisco Cal. For Sale at j. Drug store. R. Downar s july 5-1 m a sword goes begging. There was deposited at the United tales assay office yesterday a Gold word and Sheath hearing the follow in inscription presented by Tho ate of Virginia to Charles Waugh it Organ in Honor of his intrepidity and Vaflor As it lieutenant of the United tales frigate Constitution at the Cap lire of tie British frigate Guerriere us Kava 19th aug., 1812, 29th dec., 815." the scabbard is handsomely Ccora cd with engraved Floral designs. The top Are the words Honor o the and upon the tip the oat of arms of Virginia with the lotto sic Semper tyrannies. There s a picture in Relief of the Constitution my one of the Guerriere. Upon the death of Lieut. Morgan this word was bequeathed to his family and finally came into Possession of its resent near relative of the Eute Nant. He is an artist living in Lon on. In february last he sent the word and scabbard to Gen. Horatio King with u request that he dispose f it As he was in need of Money. I have tried my said or. In yesterday to secure for the Wner of the sword u Price Eom Mensur the with its real value As a historical Hie. I have offered it to nearly every Romi neut historical society in the Outry but not one had any Money to end in that Way. Secretary Whitey to whom i also offered it for the aval department also pleaded poverty tying no appropriation was available n the Purchase of such relics. Even in state of Virginia did t want it. I on t like to sell it for old Gold but to go to do so As the owner needs York times. If the liver is torpid and the bowels inti rated. You will feel sick All our head will ache and be dizzy your Petite will fee poor. Etc. Cobb s lit e pills Are the one genuine remedy to Art the machinery into proper action. Be fill a dose. Peter Ogier a sons. _ july 12-4w Beautiful White Negre Sec. The women of Morocco Are of All Dos and colors and i must say that ome of the handsomest women Ever saw both in feature and in form full blooded regresses. Another Trerise was to notice that Many of the moorish beauties would show a snowy funded Arm and a Clear Pink and Rhino Akin that the most Beautiful Omen in Boston would have been lad to possess but where they got Lis skin and complexion i could never and out for the men perhaps from Weir constant exposure to the Sun Are Annex and blackened to the color Al of the negroes. In the country ii is different and Little attempt la Lade by the women to be stingy with Weir charms and to this Freedom of in country Maney a poor simple girl Wes her position As prime favorite in in harem of some moorish dignitary Rico saw her perfections while travel her father s tent or hut. The pal figures among the washers As a Young woman of perhaps so with a Bright intelligent face and a Orui that could not be criticised and s she swung her Little body around i Ould not but fancy her in Pink silk no by rec in gets and Satin slippers. When she found i had pockets and commenced o go through Thorn to see what they obtained Felt the time had coma for me to Tell her there was Only one woman in the world that had the right o go through my pockets Tor keeps and so i tried to change the subject. Boston traveler. Looking to the profit. A party of South Boston boys were anxious to enjoy a sail hut not being the fortunate owners of a boat they determined to appropriate for the Occa Sion one of the Many Small yachts of which the Point possesses a great number. The boat they most desired had to be launched from a wharf and As the place was too conspicuous for them to put it into the water during the daytime the work was accomplished at night. Filled with the most delightful anticipations the boys went to the scene of the launch the next Day but to the boat was gone. They had forgotten to secure it to the Dock. Here was a terrible state of things the boat had drifted away and they would All be arrested. They did not know that the boat had merely floated into the next Dock and was there secure. The paternal Parent of a Young he brew who had become informed of his son s part in the transaction was greatly excited at the thought that his son was about to be arrested and determined to make any sacrifice rather than have such a disgrace placed upon the family name so going to the wharf and approaching the Man whose duty it was to Lookas Werthe boats there he said mine House Poy be i do an do anything arrested 1 Rader Deli sell mine the one addressed looked at the distressed Parent and asked what was the matter. Why my Friend i hear my Poy is Tope arrested on Dat boat business and 1 give my House and Why it waa Worth to have the boat placed in the Woi t live Tol slowly drawled the thoroughly calmed hebrew How much of Dot Money come to my Lio Slou hut get. An army of sparrows and other Birds met a sudden and not to say Peculiar death in Cincinnati. An ammonia tank exploded tilling the air with the fumes of the drug thereby asphyxiating nearly All the Small animals in the neigh boyhood together with a horse which responded to the alarm of tire sent out. The Many remarkable cures Hood s Sarsaparilla accomplishes Are sufficient proof that it does possess Peculiar Cura Tive Powers. How Calico oot its name. The derivation of this word is Yery interesting As of such an ancient Date is its origin. Mrs. Leonowens says in her travels in India that in the year 1498, just ten months and two Days after leaving the port at Lisbon Vasco a Gama landed on the coast of Mala bar at Calicut or More properly kale Rhoda. City of the Black Calicut was at that period not Only a very ancient sea port but an Exten Sive territory which stretching along the Western coast of Southern India reached from Bombay and adjacent islands to Cape co Morin. It was at an Early period so famous for its weaving and dyeing of Cotton cloth that its name became identified with the manufactured fabric whence the name Calico. It is now generally admitted that this ingenious Art originated in India in re Mote Ages and from that country found its Way to Egypt. It waa not until the Middle of the seventeenth Century that Calico printing was introduced in to Europe. A knowledge of the Art was acquired by some of the servants of the dutch East India company and carried to Holland whence it was introduced in London in the year 1676. It ii surprising for grown up children As Well As our Young folks to learn that Pliny As Early As the first Century mentions in his natural history that there existed in Egypt a wonderful method of dyeing White Calico cannot be despised when it boasts of Antiquity the shoddy make up of the present Day May look Down with contempt upon the Calico dress but what kind of lineage has it the Calico can proudly Smits researches. Oma. The Obi Inal ab1btinb omit a but to Olav Pat up to Laige two Sonoe tin Bow Aad b an Ahn Fate for old bands fill color Aud in about seven minutes lie had completed a picture superbly drawn and full of com plete impression of two Black crows very nearly life size resting of the Branch of a tree. Chiosi never under any circumstances repeats himself every picture he paints is different while Tor his work he asks but a Miriall Price. Capt. In Rinkley told me of an instance which illustrates the Man s character. A member of one of the foreign Lega tons had invited Chiosi to come Iron my and sketch on the floor at a ii arty to himself and a number of europeans. Chiosi refused absolutely Litho High he was to be paid enormously Well for Bis work because he said he Felt As though he would not have a sympathetic audience. After he had done Bis crows he painted a coloured picture beginning with Indian Ink. First of All he tried All his colors which were ready prepared in differ ent Tittle Bine pots and placed All around him. The a Little shallow pots or saucers bad each it. N liquid which the assistant had prepared to a certain extent beforehand. They contained Llesh tints drapery color Tours for hair Gold and so Forth. These colors had evidently been used before As the were in their saucers merely requiring dilution before immediate use. The saucers were arranged chiefly on Bis right with a great vessel of water of which he used a great Deal. All Bis Nten ils were scrupulously clean. When he began there was no fishing for tones As on the average palette. No Accident All was scientific certainty from the be ginning to the of Art. Whims of the Rooks. In the grounds of an old Coit Purv Home there is a Large rookery. I a s expressing my admiration of it to the owner when he narrated the following circumstances connected with in he now a very old Man Pinhei 1 the estate from his father Aud has held it for Many years. About the beginning of the present Century Alt banners not knowing that the Rook was one of their Best friends had a rooted idea that it fed upon wheat which in Eon Junction with hops is the chief product of this part of Kent known As the Isle of Tibet. So As the rookery continued to increase the Farmers took alarm and asked permission to thin the Rooks. His father thought the Farmers must know their own business and granted permission. No sooner did the Farmers begin to shoot than the Rooks vacated the Aud for More than thirty years the rookery was deserted Mitch to the grief of the owner who in vain tried to entice them the dude teacher converted unbelievers who doubt the immortality of the soul by saying. I Don t know but a snowy haired. Preacher Dele Gate to the methodist conference impressively told of an incident he had witnessed when a Young fellow that had made a vivid impression of Hia mind. It was in a Little Strong ruling town in Southern Ohio Ami a revival was in Progress in the milage school House conducted in an itinerant methodist preacher of the Peter Cartright Type. After the Sermon when a Call was made for sinners to come Forward to the Mourner s Bench the revivalist went from one person to another in the audience personally beseeching the unconverted to seek religion. As the Little band in front were Pray ing one night the Parson sat Down with the teacher of the Village school a rather Duglish from a neighbouring Tow said the preacher sternly it is customary for people in he meeting to Kneel in time of purer. You have been Here several infill unit the Only person in the congregation did nut show enough the Al might to Bow ii Tore him. Why is it Are an replied tin voting Man. A by the Parent Birds rising High in he air Over the Trees Aud circling Over their nests far beyond the reach of the when the Slaughter is Over the parents and their fully hedged Young to the nests and All goes on As visual but in this instance the rights of the Rooks were infringed. They were not shot at the right time nor in the right Way nor by the right persons ail insult which no Rook with any Selt could forgive. One of the worst put up jobs is the Job of hanging pictures. Make no mistake. By dispelling the symptoms go often mistaken for consumption. Santa Abie Lias brought in Many a household. By its in met use for breaking tip the cold that too often developed into that fatal disuse thous ands can be saved from an in limes Ive. You make no mistake by inst a bottle of ugh pleasant remedy in your House. Cure is Quilly Ellve Tive in Era Iii at ing All races of nasal Catarrh. Both of these wonderful California remedies Are sold and warranted by All Cambridge druggists package. 3 for a Small boy s spirit of Economy h shown Ben be refuges to set off a pack of firecrackers at once. Brace or. Vozare feeling Depreste 1, your Appe Tite is poor Yon Are bothered with headache you Are ii Ligety nervous and generally out of sorts and want to Brace up. Brace up but not stimulants Strong medicines or bitters which have for their basis very cheap bad whisky and which stimulate for an hour and then leave you in worse condition than before. What you want is an alterative that will pit Riff your Heathjr action of liver and kidneys restore your vitality and Tive renew Al health and strength. Such a you will find in k Hectric bitters and Only 50c 4 bottle at c. L. Wall s drug store. The portrait Painter generally Crete his pay partially in Advance. He a thus always drawing a head. The place to Trade. Stranger to got a Nice Stock of goods Here. Tailor rubbing his nothing like it this Side of the Atlantic Ocean sir. Been told that your prices Are about right too. Sir the Price i put on a suit of clothes is a great injustice to by wife and family. Now there is a Ine of Spring Aud summer goods of by own importation Aud i paid Cabin Massage rates to get pm Here. That Diagonal the manufacturer assures me. Vas made exclusively for the Prince of Vales Aud Only got into my lot by Tui slake. He offered me big Money to Jet the goods Back for fear of internal ional complications. Don t say so sir but i laughed at Lim. When i get hold of a Good thing t goes to a customer every time if i Ose Money on it. I s pose you want a Nice stylish Spring suit Aud then something for warm weather i guess not this morning. I was trying to get out of the Way of a milk Wagon too suddenly a few moments ago Aud i want to get Suspender Button sewed York Sun. Very Tipper Tendon of resident Gen Oik rather amused the wife of Lead satisfactory one of the consequential old ladies who glory in society As belonging to Lefoll no senator upon whom she deigned to Call the past season by the Way in which she endeavoured to impress her great importance. After a few Patron zing remarks which were intended to i Conrage her hostess that she might not think her guest s level one she might not reach ultimately she Bland y said i have asked All about you and find that i can know you with Pei text it is needless to add that Madam s Call has not been Walkington Pott. Seren per cent of tin liquor a this country to wed in Tufe f of Moji would you believe. The proprietors of Kemp s Balsam give thousands of bottles away yearly this Mode of advertising Wou d prove ruinous if the Balaran was not a perfect cure for coughs and All Throat and lung Trou Bles. You will see the excellent effect after taking the first dose do t Hesi Tate procure a bottle to Day to keep a your Home or room for imm Juie or future use. Trial bottle free at inter outer s sins. Large size and f i. There is a great waste of Rah material in a presidential Campaign. Not Over. The Rush a Peter Meier s sons f till continues Ami daily scores of people Call for a bottle of Kemp s Balsam for the Throat and lungs for the cure of coughs colds asthma bronchitis and consumption. Kemp s Balsam the Standard family ram Eity is fold on guarantee and never fails to give entire Price 50. And 00, trial size free. The fact that the Beauty of Chicago girls lies in their feet accounts Lor Many of the girls of that City being mashers. Rev. R k. Burton a leading minister of Bull Aln x. Y., writes i have used Hill s Peerless cough syrup in my family with Ench satisfactory results in cases of coughs and colds thai i take pleasure in heartily use by All suffering from these Verv common but nevertheless serious Lirtie cuties. From its also in Rasta of asthma with which one of my Little ones is affected i find that the syrup produces More immediate and greater Relief than any remedy i have yet found. Peter Ogier a sons. When a watch manufacturing com Pany fails of course somebody roust be appointed to wind up the Attu irs of the concern. Hill s Sarsaparilla purely vegetable except iodide of potassium which a the most powerful alterative in the whole vocabulary of a Dicine. It to Richea the blood and improves the Appe Tite. Will Core dyspepsia or indigestion and relieve Theu Mathiam. Peter Ogier s of come now major you Are wrong. Give in Ith t you Neva knew a Kentucky Haj Fth to ukat Watabu Aak f Send to i lie Yoor ant Bat o on and write the Story. News paper

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