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The Cambridge Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - March 22, 1888, Cambridge, Ohio The Lamb wide Urso Nian. Vol. 56. Cambridge Ohio thursday March 22, 1888. No. 46. Physicians. Phy Tolan and cur aeon of Mpwo olt nor Lelu Al Wil meow Vernl .1 a or it tit Whf ii left Diirr la intr Tor i Koswick Imit a t c. We. O.,. We u Taylor look. Dot or to t. Kam try. M. U., Phy Cloan and surgeon por Wiy Home Lwi in Attu Liim l i. Iorii Olu ii bal. We Molnau Avo non. A. And surgeon. He halal to Aud i 01 c. Wai t co n Druk Hora. A. Dicks is at Law and Public. Will tract to i " m at Law Taylor kill Dunn attorney at Law. Atlin a bile sri Narv. At Law. To. 1 a i Hul Chiao National Knux. Notary Farr attorney at Law am rotary in Lilly. Tim Oil my Melon the of o mall Onul hotel a. We. A m. Kirk v 1. 10. L with thin a Large Anil Odeon ii us eke Tomm w. Uav1? livery and stable. Boob add Myhl. J. Mining eng loner. Atty in court Annm Ohio. Not a w o. Surveyor and Engineer Ohio will attend to nil pertaining to Tyml Vav Taii a Lonu exper Leuco Rev of enable film to j c. Cake to. Meal Bat ate agent will farms town prop collect offered to Tbone dts Rena to buy to the Louh Duruot Hotl of heal state porn str Whf Elhiu Avenue Lott tin lilo Jam Fig u. Thu Ufal ire of and All it Nom Fry vehicle neatly Anil promptly. Outing. In Weil matl la 8 team am Walkk k Iff Uno Mill Lone on Niort no Tim. Finin Hanii Willlim in to icon dior no Rewo Tittle form unction Anu u rat Raj Man in. Flux Rii but i to kiwis Iron mail a of Holiby baud. Cambium us Oah uo., Ftp. Tip and Stogie in a Naff i pen two Turnm Uncle Browm would do Well to bin in r. But Kkt dentist. I tamp a Loul pain by of or Bloch Uain Nero tar Bent in Luln Throo Antov. And Tor to Mai 1 i o of mlle Mike. Loan mum of Mil hindu of and wagons Ohio r not Lnu Siul Brut we warrant our work to and on Bovine 4hqr Mck a h a a hairy Public and Surveyor end of main n h. Uili Camu Kishok. Ohio. All for surveying or a Kinin a. Will prompt teachers examinations. Rounsv exam to n will to u for f for i Ulieru inn Niiro. Juth. Is. Kali Hnnry Hub Lulu 14x11. I Ertlov. A Kwh my in it Early Spring u this season of the year people Are think ing about dressing up and no person appears Well dressed while wearing old and shabby shoes. In order to meet the increasing wants of his patrons and the multitude the Cambridge shoe maw has ordered and is now receiving unusually Large and at Tractive Stock of foot Wear of the newest styles and lasts. Ladies Fine hand turned Button boots on opera new York and common sense lasts in widths by d Uncle ladies flexible sole but ton boots cd e and f. Gentlemen s calf Kangaroo Dongola Buff and veal in Many styles widths and prices. Shoes for misses boys youths children and infants made in the most desirable Way and Allt popular prices soft shoes for tender feet Hornbrook 17 a. Y i Cambridge look Ohio h. Greenwald having purchased the Mam Moth establishment of Kohn Brothers has gone to new York to Purchase a Spring Stock. Keep your Eye on this space for the Spring opening. Do not buy a Dollar s Worth of dry goods carpets Wall paper or ladies or children s traps until you see Raymond co. Sun Bridge. Hnton Rdv. Lull Wixom. Mob Bolton. Ikk1 of Motel will promptly it 9 n or Ord of. John Harris jr., House and sign painting hanging Fres coing a work in nah Lynn prompt a Lull of paints oils brushes painters materials Kkt Kok John Harris jr., my boor East of Wall s drug store. Oamil Telouk. Ohio Ai in they Are now making a great clearance Sale make room for Spring goods and they guarantee to sell goods cheaper than any other store in Eastern Ohio. At the Sturtevant lumber go the Lumb trim at you Lan find ill i n. I. I i i uru i hemi1tgt01i.bro? h. K. Writ. Stltt Tutt itt Tor oort Ollk my Bdl March 32-7m on .1 a a about children and Chap Plears worm powders. Parents sire often heart say my tie u re see Tim to be lion for Down. She is no no Peticc. Look Pho has a bail Reath sour Stupi huh Sweln nyc of tin jewels Eta to in her Iii is at the Ose her Teeth together me lever Anil is so Cross i am Ufim la or Iii tub tick. Chati Kikrak s worm powders Are compounded Caro fitly for the purpose i tire inn All Alienn and other sym oms 1 hey Are to to pc prompt n action Ami Ali Oronah in of. ally it pal Korma if Fiven where they lint and a cathartic Tell act. Wajs Var Tut the ctn reach and bowels and invigorate the liver. Therefore Uei something that will net promptly and Lect rally that Yon May not com Ellel to repeat the treatment or a dept Lother in Othor word know what to Ami do it at once. Chappelear s Media Ina to Well Nown have been tried Siul stood the est. Are the Moat popular d the Market. It is therefore to give them the preference. 1 Rii i cents. Vim. M sons Job 2-Lvr 1 rep a a Nenville o. When Spring comes this u the Way a hone and a poor Blanket look at the end of Winter. Why is it that of two horse Plank cts which look and feel equally Well one won t Wear at All and tin other wears Well horse blankets which Are Strong and have a reputation arc always input us in poor qualities which ook like them but having fewer Var threads Are not As Strong. Some dealers buy these poor Nii tation i for a few cents less and by saying they Are just As them at the same Price As the Strong blankets to parties who do lot know the difference. Yon cannot Tell whether horse blankets Are Strong by the look or feel As the Warp threads do not show on the face. How then Are you to know inor Berthat you Cyntell Strong Plank it from a Xianu a Turer of horse blankets sews the above 5a Trade Mark Side of each Blanket. This is a guarantee that it is the strongest Jan act made for the Money and will Wear Well. Many poor imitations have Ctm sold As remember Lone arc genuine unless the Trade Mark is sewed inside. Marcus Ivr Eow he what a Comfort tub Centennial history of Ohio. Nodi rtt Flo fuss no backache lasts longer looks brighter main the shoes Wear better. Don t let the women live All the Best things but use once a week for men. Once a month for women. 1 unit Ita t p tip Yarneau dressing Randolph Philadelphia inn in Tyr or California the discoveries by w. A Hranj Leo per gated. All the Ohio univ Hsitu. Tho ii Iri Eroy of the of o University i h the annl ill aug and heft Taroy. Mea whih or. Lin lev Comsti u Eil the whole faculty. In 1812. Artinus in Jer a graduate of Hurt us. Who appointed if Lastant. In 1815, the list degree of Bachelor of arts Uwar Fli in in Ohio wan conferred by the Ohio University of Thomas Kwing who had eur tried the three years previously spending his vacations in i Linit Oul Etc. 1 1 i i e ii e Means to mrry him through. L he of the uni Verbitt were not overcome until 18uo when it War settlement at ame Viup Athens comity sax a Bruit a year Afie that it Athens by Jinrae Eph Raim Cut and Keomek Wiidik with their families the former Wae the son of or. Manasseh Outler the manual of the Ohio com puny and one of Law original Assoc Miteb. Thev in and were to Well Ulea Fud with the Iutin that they deter or Tineil to locate in the autumn of made a second visit or Kwiw biotin it his family in March 179s, and nit urls a your later judge in Lei and Benjamin Linin with in Miry Hildanus Ames afterwards known As judge amex came with his family from Belpre and settled near or. Culler where a y promptly breaking up Hie cough nil cold Llma too ohm love Iov Lulo unit fat at Tiara will yet Nave Iti Manoh from an timely i mob. You i Long n bottle of i h Plen tint California remedy us when in the Hoime. Curb for on in tie heal and sure by torn i a Uro etl bad in hts and Bruan. Tit Salt Tat from Catarrh. Follow Dorro Tlona oars by my itty months for to mint a ii ii Ahik and cat a cock for Cim Bililc also it writ la it Boiton did in vines township in 1800 his Early Edu ution waa Lim Ted but solid and waa Empl fled at the Ohio a no ported Bini Elf a meanwhile by Tench nil and other. In 1820 be went to Lebanon Illinois t aright school or two years and waa then licensed to reach. For several Vear he passed the life of a myth dist itinerant. In s40 he Wai elected by to general Oon Terence at Baltimore a corresponding Eore tary of the Milf Ionar society for Scinto and West. This was before in Davs of railroads travelling was slow and d Flie ult but during the four years Tat be filled the he travelled 3 000 Mileg in one tour he passed Over in entire Frontier line from Lake snipe or to texan camping out almost the tire route a was elected As one of in Bishops of the methodist episcopal lurch in and is esteemed a one i the most eloquent preachers of the Hurch. Do ing the most of his adult be be in Indiana hut was to ated As Bishop in bal Itnyre Maryland Ince then his labors have been onerous and ret pm Aida Iii Ollk is Pernini Outler wag Horn at Lown i Julfs con nov Mae Sac april 12, a 1767. He d d not receive b cold Kab i Lunation but Vic came a self de muted Man. In 1787 he married Mips Leah Atwood of Killin Mley and in accepted the of the Ohio com my in which he had been a share Holder from the Buinn inv. He settled at writer Ford Uncle remained there until when he removed to Ames. In 1801 he Wai puked to represent Washington comi v in the and he with his colleague William k. Putnam were the Only two who voted against the measure for a state government. Tim mob threatened to attack the House Tuure they boarded in Chillicothe on this occasion As their Vole Marte them very unpopular. In 1802 Cutler was one of the fou do Leps Aiea from county to draft the state Konsti tuition. Ait id Iii establishing lie judicial by Flem of the state was almost h Holly shaped and drafted by him and he was also very in opposition to slavery Aud to 1 Ephraim Cutler More than to any other Man posterity is indebted for shutting and barring the door Ijain Stathe introduction into Ohio of the Montrony a thin of afr can in 1818, Indue cutlet was elected a member of the Heulu Latiera Iron Washington county Anil in 1824, As a senator in the Ohio Somite. He was very valiant in the in Terest of education. He d o 1 in Washington county b x Miles below Marietta july 8th, his son William p. Cutler was born at Ilia place july 13tb, 1813, a member of the it Ujj Slature from 1844 to speaker Durini his last term was a member of to e conf t tuck dial of 1850 afterwards was Lor Soivio years i its of the Mariettia Anil Ciuc Naii it Biuona i was a Kurtse Ntalie of the thirty seven h coax Ress and has been for years cd Livial by connected with the above mentioned Road a Sciug we have already mentioned among the eminent men of Mari Etta. He waa comm my called Lieuten ant Ewing he was a native of new Jersey and was in the Continental army where lit won his title. After the War he came to Ohio county wept Vir Ginia Anil afterwards in to the water Ford settlement on Bemus Vingum in the Spring of i79s, encouraged Smi assisted by Jud pc Cutter he removed to Aiu Osville seventeen Miles from the Frontier leu events he tilled Many minor and in 181s removed to i i Una where he Klinl in nox. Kino. Thomas Kwing son of George Kwing to Cher ssh 17s9, and came with his other to Ames township in 1798. Judge swing s personal Given n the history of Athens Are Ery interest us arid we have taken Sev ral extracts my Fathor entertained the impression Liat would one Day be a m Holar. Thong h in the unable to lend me any pecuniary id. I grew up with the same impress Ion or jail in my nineteenth year i Al most abandoned Hope. Reflection however i determined to make one More Effort to earn the Means to procure n education he then gives a graph c account of his struggle a in the a aha huh he was engaged or three years in vacations. I went to third year and after a severe pm Mevs labor i returned Home with fix Hundred dollars in Mon eve but Rick and exhausted. Instead however s Day of the court. He then alive Chuc of Contrat chiefly in depositions which i studied diligently but that also was continued. A few minute s Alfr Ward a Case was called and general Reecher told me hint was ready if Ury was worn wine sea called in Case went on. In the of one of the witnesses i thought i do covered an important fact not noticed by either Din Ltd and i asked leave to tops exit mine further. I elicited the fact to. T was decisive of the Case. This a Jive me Conti hence i argued Tho cause Losely and Well and was abundantly by the inf timbers of the who were Prefert my next at Tenin. War at links her or Sherum father of the general asked me f Hiti whip h gave room fore out discussion. I had a Ehi it notice but who Nicket Sofii and the Case appealed or. Sin sent his c Ieni to Emp i y me with him he then gives nil i cumin of h s first fee of i have had Nevial Lei s Inco of if floor Aid up Ward but one of which 1 Felt the vib h or in truth Lulu to me us his. As pro m n my for Imine wan briefly in he appointed 1 nue Utor for homily and for Niny years it ended the Conns regularly. In 1830 he with to the Pat fun sen the Nii l rom lined until 18s7 he was a Ricon s Secretary of the treas Najr in 1841, and left rotary o Thyl i Tenor id 18-10 la he was in Ted Sinica Seni Tor from Obio hut re tired in 1851 to private Lite an i the Pray Tice of the jaw. By Insp i. B. Anil that Dan o Clarke county was fora Iid March 1st, s17, from chem Nairn. Madison and Teene in Honor of general Jeorge linger Claire lint Settle Lent in Clarke was at Hribb a Sta Hie Forks of the River i the Spring of 17smj. The old Indian in of Piqua the ancient of the i i Neeb Ami the birth place of cecum wbb on Sruth Side of the Tiver about five Miles West of Spring old. It was destroyed by general larke., in 1780 Abraham Thomnas has Iven a full account n the Seine As also Ira a in Hii life of in in summer of resume he became chief he resided at Urmia then re loved to Piqua on the great Miami. In 305, through the influence of Laule Wau no the brother of Tecumseh a Large umber of shawnees established them elves at Greenville Ard very soon after in brother assumed the Vilice of a and commenced that career i cunning and pretending sorcery Wahidi enabled him to Sway the Indian wind completely. Tecumseh s death is Nar Ted Al i where Springfield was Laid in in 1sos it was Hie scene of several exploits. 81 Rin i ild. Springfield is a typical Ity and though the Hulk of than far ires consists of agricultural Large variety of other articles Are pc iced. The Early history of the settlement of Prini Ifield Ami the River Valley s of great interest in August Ohn Humphreys and general Simon Centon with six families from the state a Kentucky settled near the brides Over and River West of this City and limit a Ort and fourteen Cabins As a Block House tuntion for Protection against Belm liars Ames Dement to whom is Given the onor of being founder of ruling eld Cami with his t Emily from Ken Lucky in the same year. He built a arge double Ion Cabin on the Bluff Over looking Igonda Creek near the present the of the nor Hern school building. Enter to Large tracts of land South and West of the City which he eventual Laid out into a plat of lots. He was a Apical Pioneer rough and ready and Mii pirated the Thirft manuf pc Armiten ten ise of the settlement by setting no Small 9 ill on Beck in 1801. Nulli h t oos Branem. Several families Kentucky whose members helped o swell the infant settlement. The first Avern was opened by or. Food in 1801, and was ice ated on the present main near Spring. Springfield in 804 consisted of one dozen log houses he first c a Titch building was erected on Iain Street in is11. The Fust Cenou of in City was Uken in and showed population of persons. In 1827 Rin Ifim i was incorporated As a town and in 1850 As a Ity. Springfield in its infancy seems to have Een a thorough going and very religions settlement Wili a general respect for a and morality. Her history up to j50 is the that of almost any tier Ohio Village during the if me Peri in there was the. First move Lent toward nun fac hiring industries and by Phil got fairly started n that marvelous career of Manila ctr no Prosperity which has made her what he in. Hocking county was formed March 1st, Sis from Hobs Athens and fair yield. Lie name is a contraction of name of Leshock a cooking River Means the tract once belonged to the Wya Dorp. Logan crusty was settled about the ear 1800, and in the War of 1s12, Bettle is uts in thin county were com hered on in verge of Ciyi Isia tion Ilia troops Des tied for the Northwest passed through and there were several Block houses n the county. About live mias from Bellefontaine on the headwaters of the Tad River general Simon Kenton was tried the inscription Reada in memory of general Simon Ironton who was born april in Culpeppe coun a Virginia and died april 29th, 1830 aged 81 years Ard Days. His Zeng of i a weft will Long remember him the skillful Pioneer of Early times the Brave Soldier and the honest Morgan Coli nov was organized March at 1818, and named from general Dan is Morgan of revolutionary Fame. The Vlick Vingum Hows through the heart of county and the first settlement was mde in 17do at big Bottom on the mus Wingurn by about thirty men from Maietto. We Haye already alluded to the ate of this first settlement which per shed at the hands of the Indiana. Maiss county was formed from Gallia and Athens april let and named rom return j. Governor of he Conran were directed to be Tempo Aiila he d the meeting House in Sal no nov it was settled pain Pally from was in ton c unto. The first Settle at Pomeroy in 1816 in 804, Samuel w. P Meroy a prominent ii Cliant of Boston the lard i which Pomeroy now stands of Al Ridge Gerry one of the original Propri Tois of the in 1827 a Losli wus Tiabl isfried Here and the own was incorporated in 1840. Contimifd.1 there s nothing half so Sweet in Lite next to tie toys of Home Aud wife a inn Mut breath and Pearly trend with hard and Rosy and Nee Itlen of we lot we have from Sweet Woko dont this i prong irreproachable. Not Ous Woid of censure can justly be uttered Hozo dont. No other Leoti Ricc Inkes the Teeth so White and vet none is so entirely fees from every ingredient. What Siml Nino t has joined Canti it be it asunder. Mar 22-4w or e Utor did Yon read that article handed von yesterday sir. What would you think after Reading hat if i to d that i had but one rear a schooling in my life i would hink must i Ive wasted those twelve Mouths most abominably a prominent merchant is Mboi Nylk. A incr bags moves in Hli Colllns All Day a Cross us a Benr the Leika know enough to keep nut of Ufa Way Hie merchant Ali Kulil crumble and swear. Kea the cat la in rear of a cuff uru kick if be vent area Tonneau they All. Know the Muster la Al to be Lough and ills creaks unexpected Aud queer. Whit makes the an surly and grim and behave so confound edly mean i la re s certainly lome lung the Ullh it it Uver Ernp Teeuw liver la Slu am Una Lilii Iiona soul. Enough to make any Ana grit Hli but Friend with a the world wide Rem nov or. Fierce go Den Ltd cat discovery will con rec a Diioia tired Irver and parity the blot d your Buick up Yoa and or. Cowden 8 Rupia. Facts and fio trims. Al Tor Jaire Ronlan i Well know it is presumption in me o Contrad it an editor in his own paper s be will always Haye the first word and a Good Many Between the first and at. My object is not to Bandy words r to die Cufa with you. Foreknowledge predestination and or to Quible about the meaning of terms or any Imp else than to arrive at the truth on pending economic questions of the a. I will note a few things in your lit Oral and then with your permission be a few additional facts and figures 0 show that Many of your statements nil deductions Are either incorrect into Licelly or that wrong conclusions redrawn Furnin the premises you Lay own. I agree with you that assertion not argument and that no Man s cents a Pound and Merino 47 cts Vilf of Merino 45 1-5 thus the boasted figures Tell a very different tale and these too Are Gold prices throughout but the actual fart was that from 1861 Tolstoy the grower received of and 100 per cent More than the above figures in greenbacks and were As Good As Gold for nearly every purpose. Another fact is to thy of note Here Viz the Tiret period was a term of steadily increasing prices the latter of declining prices which the great Mulhall has shown follows every great War. Cope in Bis agricultural re port for 1886 has shown the uniformity of the Price of Wool under All the above tariffs Only showing a variation of 10 per cent while the cereals death birth rate Price of Gold Etc. Has Varina done e and treble As much in it single year Why this uniformity there is Antone answer the Tariff stood As a Wall around Pur Market prevented us from being flooded Wili foreign Wool. When panics and Low prices prevailed elsewhere. The Tariff of 67 lauded by Wool grow ers not because it was higher thin others but became it offer ii n inti Lernlie Protection to All kinds of Woof Ami All manufacturer of Wool. Some of the above Blither tariffs Only protected the higher grades some others Protr fed the grower equal and sometimes greater than the manufacturer Aud the latter baying to compete with foreign Gooda could not Purchase our Wool except on the basis of the prices of foreign Wool it May be worthy of note trat Ibe above highest were panted by demo crato and the lowest Tariff March 1857 was originated and paused by a Republican Bouse. Thus the policy of the government under All parties has teen to protect Wool Andot Ber articles Necin profitably produce by a Tariff and the last democratic National platform said it continue to another deduction As Plain and undeniable As tie multiplication table is that the Wool grower was protected to just the amount of duty when the Law Wae honestly when Abnor cames intr Reneil. As the amount of duly under these various was far from prohibitory As shown by the importations under each one toe Law of Supply and demand was not suspended or even restricted in some cases so that abnormal cases effected the Price by pact locally suspending the Law some years and at times affording More Protection than the friends of Wool Tariff designed or expected. Two Atances illustrating the above will be Given. From 1846 to 1861 is called the Low Tariff Era though Wool had relatively As much Protection As other imported articles As shown above the average Protection was 37% and All other articles averaged in 1ss7 Wool bad an average Protection of Ard All other articles an average 1 still it was the lowest Tariff except the Tariff Oil 816 in the history if Wool Tariff legislation. But while not uffizi entry High to protect the grower t fairly protected the manufacturer and under it he nourished and took All he Wood the grower produced. The Normal causes that prevented Wool ram going As Low As it would have gone it Berwise was first the mexican War luring this Era and the discovery of old in California each contributed to be Boom fat Many will nit a collapse came to a Large mount of new territory had been Uei Edna and Tala territory has since been a chief competitor of some of the Ider Stales in furnishing the lower grades of Wool. The effect of this Low Tariff is better and Moi cot reel by seen in the increase n number of sheep during this Era increased 2 1-2 per rent while wealth and population increased Many old me re. It was during this Era that immigration for the first time reached annually and greatly exceeded Bis amount in each year but one of the Era. This increased the demand for Woolen goods a the Northern Section of on country became the borne of there immigrants. These and other causes prevented Wool going a Low As it would Bave gone order Normal Condi ions. But it was lower than in the ten heart preceding or in the ten years follow no. See Mauger a very Wool circus ars or. John l. Nays Wool talk., re port of Bureau of statistics for 1ss7 l Little thought will convince any one Bat the rate of increase or decrease in numbers is a better teat of the Prosper to of the Wool grower than the Price of Wool. The latter gets into the bands of a few men and is held until the Price uits while the Farmer Oft neet Sells at he minimum Price of the year. By Thia eat let us see what statistics reveal not n one state but in All the states for the decrease in one state May be an Evi genre of Prosperity when they Are transferred to another state. From 1840 to 1850 sheep increased from 1850 to i860 sheep inc ease 3% from 1860 to 1870 sheep in Reat-8u from 1870 to 1880 sheep i eased and in 1884 the number of beep reached 50 626 243, a gain of 24% since 18so since he Tariff of 83 sheep decreased 5 967.312, a Leas of 13% n three Turs. Tho above rate of in crease or decrease in numbers aside rom such abnormal causes As the fran War on civil War exactly measures the amount of Protection afforded at the various periods. Another very noticeable act is that while the number of sheep increased rapidly under Protection the pounds of Wool increased in a much greater ratio. To ii the sheep of i860 produced of Wool or 2% pounds per Bead and the sheep of 1884 produced 308.000000 9 pounds per head. In other Fords the returns in fleeces increased 18% since an increase shown it love is 3 cants per Pound on Taylor s figures As corrected on Merino Wool and a decrease of Only 2 cent per Pound on his figures m he jumbled them. It will be observed that i included in the High Tariff Era i he years from 1ss1 to 1867. In your tables of prices in Jef nun you styled an Era of Lav Arff and High prices. Yon that the War placed a bigger Uriel on Wool than was Ever placed by legislature i shipping was insecure on the clean Lud freight rates were constr urn y lib 2 the Premium on guld especially made importations impossible to ept to fill contracts for army clothing that could not be filled from Domestic Tia condition male a veritable Boom in Wool growing As Many of your readers will recollect and every thing in the shape of a sheep was kept and protected and hence the Inere aae noted above. Ranches were started in the territories just after the Kim of the War and in Texas and California. Other enter Ritina americans started ranch a to Braiu and the Argentine be punkt that capable of ending unlimited of Wool to oar Parto added to this were army Ove Coata Lonam and without i mini. A Saralu growing country was drawing the Atten tion of the world. Such condition of the Industry Boom and abroad arrested the attention of the Wool growers and statesmen of and to Avert threatened collapse to Triff of 18u7 was not o to Cranye the Price of Wool t lit to gave the Industry from this impending disaster. This object it accomplished effectually beyond the most ardent Hopes of its Fraulrs to e logic of acts hits abundantly Denon it Bolce of the brazilian ranches but that was better it an to Bave on own ranches broken tip. Fou of women have to have a boil on their nose and i Mil one of the two i want the other fellow to Bave it every Lime especially in he is a foreigner who will not help me to Pav the doctor Bill. Then again the tar 11 of 67 had no of fruit on prices until 1871. The army clothing mentioned above and the importations of foreign wo3l, made m anticipation of the Pas age of the Tariff of 67 it bad passed one House in 06 and waa certain to the other a soon As reached All bad to be worked off and the unwise reconstruction policy was further impoverishing the South so that they Coul 1 not buy oar manufactured Gouda and the result waa Low prices for two or years after the passage of the act of 07. In the meantime Many a help in Ohio and other Central mates were Uken to the Western states Iowa included and to the ranches in Texas California and the territories and the lands thus rec pied were turned to cattle and Corn and wheat then on a Boom from tie Export Trade having Crun up and were More profitable than Wool growing had not the Tariff of 67 been passed at just the right time the Wool Industry would Bave broken Down As it did after the War of 1812, when Many sheep went Unshon because of the Low Price of Wool. This accounts for the decrease of numbers of sheep in Obio under tie Tariff of 67. Bat the Best sheep were kept a the pounds of won did not proportionately decrease. But in the whole country there was an increase each year the Banff of 67 up to 1884, when the Tariff of began to have Ita effect. Fince 1ss4 lie num Ber of sheep pounds of Wool Price of same Aad Price of sheep have rapidly declined in the whole country and in nearly every every state and territory. This is so Panetto everyone that i Al most feel like asking Pardon for repeat ing it. Thin to any candid mind i have As i believe showed the effect of the venous on accounted for the decline in the number of sheep in Ohio Etc yet 1 know that or Taylor will the next time Bob up serenely with the same jumbled no to Gether in the same Way and Aak the same due Eions again in Iba same triumphant Way. Tuat the Tariff of 67 was Only reduced 5% in 83 is a ept Eimen Brick of his use of and reasoning. Was there not 10% of i nil i in taken off at and other changes made so that the was Leas than half the reduction then made. The next time you cull or. Taylor to your assistance have him ask me qut is ions and questions that can be answered in Leas space. In conclusion i repeat the Wool growers will palar with their votes unfair discriminating deduct inns in the Wool Lariat. Tia they did in Ohio m 1ss." and in the whole country in and history repeats when there is an equal reduction All along the line Wool grow ers will Bear their share but we will seriously object to further on an article already two Low unt a have suffered like reductions in the above article too Ong i i have omitted tables of Tig Urei Etc but if the correctness of any table or statement is disputed the figures shall be forthcoming indeed i would is glad to furnish the editor with the consular reports Treasury reports Etc. From which the above his been x voices cd Tarkio and a prominent English Woolf to Days american women All have Brill nasal voices and false Teeth americans Don t like the constant twisting they get about to nasal twang and yet it is a fact caused by on dry stimulating atmosphere and the univer Sal presence of catarrhal difficulties. But Why should so Many of on women have false Teeth. Tint a More Ota Poser to the English it is Juite impossible to mount for it except on the theory of deranged stomach action caused by imprudence in eating Aud by want of regular exer Cise both conditions Are unnatural. Catarrhal troubles everywhere pre Vail and end in cough Ard consumption which Are promoted by mat nutrition induced by deranged stomach action. The condition is a modern one one unknown by on ancestors who prevented the Catarrh cold cough and consumption by abundant and regular use of what a now known As Waarner s log Cabin c Tigh and consumption remedy and log Cabin Sarsaparilla two old fashioned Standard remedies handed Down from on ancestors and now exclusively put Forth under the strongest guarantees of parity and Efficacy by Tea world famed makers of Warner s Safe cure. These two remedies plentifully used As the Spring and Cummer seasons Advance give a pot tire Assurance of Freedom both from Catarrh and those dreadful and if neglected inevitable consequences pneumonia lung and consumption Wych so generally and fatally prevail among our people. Comrade Kli Fisher of Salem Henry co. Iowa served Lour years in the late War and contracted a disease called con sumption by the doctors. He pad fre quent Haemorrhages. After uting War Ner s cough and consumption remedy he Bays under Date of Jau. 19th, i do not bleed at the lungs any More my cough does not bother me and i do not Haye any More smothering Warner s log Cabin Rose Cream cared his wife of Catarrh and is Ennd and of course we do not like to Haye our women called nose talkers and false Teeth owners but these conditions can be readily overcome in the manner indicated. The longest rein in _ salvation Oil Routs and vanishes All bodily Cam instantly and Only Twenty five cents a bottle. The worst enemy a Man can have a foot Friend. Sleep lines nights and will to prevented if you use or. Boll s baby syrup to induce sleep and composure for the baby. Price 25 cents. The new treaty is enough to make the cod flab bawl. A Bill in a China shop is out of Olace but a bottle of or. Bull s cough syrup in the China closet is in place. For croup bronchitis sore chests and colds it is a prompt and efficacious remedy. A combination Chest protector. Loot make a Good k worm m your children you d kill Ftp Eclus of Hill it to pm twit to 10 no a make bar Fine worm a Peel to of guaranteed to satisfaction or Money refunded. Peter Ogier s history of the Middle biography of old maids. Ihtkrb4tkd people. Advertising a paint Medicine in the Way a which the proprietor Ollor does u indeed Lla Ocier e w those who Call Tor it that their Tav try it

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