Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
24 Oct 1890

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24 Oct 1890

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - October 24, 1890, Defiance, Ohio Defiance county Republican vol. , Defiance county Ohio Friday october 24, 1890. I drs. B., s. St of. Proprietors of the Merican i Eil ical and Uig ical Institute to. 152 West Western ave., Muskegon Mich. D r. Boot h cures deafness noises in the head Catarrh bronchitis Throat and lung diseases diseases of the Eye and ear All chronic private and nervous diseases. Deformations club feet Knock knee curvatures etc., granulated eyelids sore eyes crooked eyes discharging ears chronic cough Gaiter big j neck fever sores All forms of sores and ulcers b rights disease diabetes dropsy All diseases of the kidneys and bladder heart stomach and nervous diseases Chorea St. Vitus dance Erysipelas general debility scr Fula skin diseases and All blood diseases. Falling sickness or fits positively cured by our new method treatment. Or. Booth has made a specially of All forms of rectal diseases. Piles internal or external itching or bleeding rec Tural ulcers fistula or fissures causing nervous and lung diseases Are All cured if treated before it i Toolate. I treat and cure All forms of piles without pain and without the use of knife caustic or ligature. Come and learn our method of treatment. We never fail. Or. Booth has made these diseases a study for Over Twenty years. The hew Tariff. To Hotte Kutt Oil i Wie eur. This will Tell you just what the Mckinley Bill is what it contains and what its results will be. Tutors cancers warts and moles removed and cured by our new and never falling treatment. No pain. Catarrh positively cured. We have an invaluable apparatus which we furnish in Long standing and chronic cases. Or. Booth is not one of those a no cure no doctors the usual old Way of speaking but will treat his cases on a contract not to receive until cured. The firm of b s. Amp co. Are responsible incorporated and chartered by the state with capital Stock of oooo. Hence you take no chances in treating with them. They Are the oldest and most reliable medical firm in this country. Or. Booth has a specific for rheumatism and neuralgia that never fails to cure. The notice.�?$i, Reward for every failure to cure dyspepsia sick headache piles fits tape worm stricture fever sore or Catarrh if course of treatment is followed. To Young and old and Middle aged men. There Are Many from the age of 30 to 60 who Are troubled with frequent evacuations of the bladder often accompanied by a slight burning or smarting sensation weakening the system in a manner the patient cannot account for. On examination of the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will be found and sometimes Small particles of albumen will appear or the color will be a thin or Mil Kish Hue again changing to a dark or torpid appearance. There Are Many men who die of this difficulty ignorant of the cause. Young men who have become victims of solitary vice that dreadful and destructive habit which annually sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of Young men of exalted Talent and Brilliant intellect May Call with Confidence. Private Poison venereal taint Gleet stricture seminal emissions loss of sexual Power weakness of sexual organs want of desire in male or female. J Woji give special attention to difficult cases and cases other physicians have failed to cure. Persons applying for treatment will please bring two to four ounces of urine for analysis. A fair Brave american Law it will cause the establishment of Many new industries. It will secure York for thousands of Idle Monand Woi i. It will materially reduce the Farmers expenses and greatly increase his profits. But it will hot raise the Price to the american consumer of one Sindle article that can be termed a necessary expense address consultation free. Drs. B., s. Amp co., Muskegon Mich. Its great objects Are to recover lost markets and obtain new ones remember dates Crosby House oct. 24 and 25 nov 21 and 22. Chas. E. Bronson a real estate Exchange Defiance Ohio. 306�?for Sale 60 acre farm in Section 30, a Glaize township Paulding county 50 acres under cultivation Good Frame House and other buildings. Price $2,500. 308�?for Sale 65 acres in Section 7, Noble township. Defiance county Good buildings. Price $1,700. 328 a for Sale. 40 acres in Section 19, Mark township near Mark Center 5 acres cleared ditches on two Ldes. Price $1,100. 339�?for a ,tt3?Mer lot at. A Depot n Defiance j a ii a in up Price $750. 348�?f�desirably local aant town Rhin to or Sale-40 acres pi6iwliia4avell Aff Bouse Frame Kitchen a a v $1 5on mice to acres under cultivation. »t-?62�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 13, Delaware township. If sold soon will take $800. 357�? for Sale 20 acres East of canal in j Section i. Price $475. 363�?for Sale lot 14 in Krotz addition to North Defiance. Price $100. This is a rare Chance to secure a Good lot to build on. 368�?for Sale one of the Best farms in Defiance county Leo acres within two Miles of the corporation line 70 acres under cultivation soil Black Sand and Black Loam the Best in the county Frame House two stories 32x60 feet 20 acres in wheat. Price $60 per acre with half Cash a reduction of $10 per acre for Cash. This is a rare bargain. 369�?for Sale a Good hotel property near b. A Depot. Must to sold at once. 381�?for Sale two Brick store rooms three stories Between 3d and 4th streets on Clinia a Good paying investment. Price Only 6,000, 370�?for1 Sale House and lot on Holgate Avenue known As the Perkins property. Price $3,000. 387�?for Sale lot 14, East Defiance a Good two Story Frame House 7 rooms Frame barn. Price $1,200. 394�?for Sale so acres in Section 16, Defiance township 70 acres under plow Good log building All tiled and in Good shape. Price $3,600. A Good Chance for the right Man. 396�?for Sale 120 acre farm in Henry co., near Holgate 95 acres cleared Frame barn a to Story Frame House Well under drained two n ditches free from stumps Small twisty. Price $7,200, Cash $2,400. Call ii at 399 for Sale w in shop on a Ruers. Must be sold 406 for Sale House and lot easy payments in South Defiance. 407�?fer Sale 40 acres in Sec. 13, Delaware township 25 acres cleared Fine Frame House and barn All new Price $2,500. Purchaser can secure 40 acres adjoining this 40, cheap. 414�?$225.00 will Purchase a House and lot in East Defiance. Call at one. 412�?for Sale House and lot 6rooms, Well Cistern Wood House and stable. Price $1500. 417�?for Sale lot 85 in Holgate a addition to North Defiance. Price $250. 419�?for Sale lot 15. Booth and Aldrich a addition to East Defiance House with 6 rooms Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed. In Section 25, Dela Road. Price on a Carrla geat the office at All hours to show property free of expense. Chas. E. Bronson. Defiance Imi o is in Quot St i i am daily making Loans on improved real estate in Northwestern Ohio at six per cent interest these Loans Are made on either Long or Short time with privilege of paying Back in partial payments before due and stopping interest on the amount paid. No life insurance required. I also buy Good notes and make abstracts upon reasonable terms. H. G. Baker. Defiance. Ohio. No37 lawyer and loan agent. Here Are Mahy use for a Apo Lio to clean tombstones. To renew Oil cloth. To polish knives. To scrub floors. To clean dishes. To Whiten Marble. Everybody uses it. To renovate paint. To Wash out sinks. To remove rust. To brighten metals. To scour Bath tuba to scour kettles. Dentists to clean false Teeth surgeons to polish their instruments. Confectioners to scour their pans. Mechanics to brighten their tools. Cooks to clean the Kitchen sink. Painters to clean off surfaces. Engineers to clean parts of machines. Ministers to renovate old chapels. Sexton to clean the tombstones. Hustlers on brasses and White horses. Artists to clean their palettes. Wheelman to clean bicycles. Housemaids to scrub Marble floors. Chemists to remove some stains. Carvers to Sharpen their knives. 8, ones to scour old Straw Batt soldiers to brighten their arms. Renovators to clean carpets. Every one finds a new use every Wates proof Collar of cuff that can by relied on a not to spilt not to Discolour i / bears this Mark. Trade Ulm in in the congressional election now pending nothing is More clearly an Issue than the Tariff Bill just passed by a Republican Congress and approved by a Republican president. The necessity of a new adjustment of Tariff rates has Long been admitted by both political parties. The question at Issue is purely one of Pur Joose and method. In the fiftieth Congress the House was democratic and the Senate Republican. Each passed a Tariff Bill but each Bill was to unlike the other both in the principles that had controlled its making and in the results it contemplated Aslo Render an agreement Between the houses wholly impossible. The Only thing that could be done was to take an Appeal to the people. The people responded promptly. The democratic party its candidates and its Tariff plan were rejected. The a Republican party its candidates and us Tariff plan were sustained. So Radical was the people s verdict that it Tore from the democrats every vestige of the Power they had previously enjoyed and transferred every Branch of the Federal government to the republicans the Republican party a commission then was indisputable. It was directed to Frame a Tariff Bill on the lines Laid Down in its platform pledges. Those lines Are traced As follows a a we Are uncompromisingly in favor of the american system of Protection it must be maintained. We condemn the proposition of the democratic party to place Wool on the free list and we insist that he duties thereon shall be adjusted and maintained so As to f furnish f All and adequate Protection throughout the United states. The Republican party would effect All needed reduction of the National Revenue by such revision of the Tariff Laws As will tend to Check imports of such articles As Are produced by our people and As will release from import duties those articles of foreign production except luxuries the like of which cannot be produced at Home. The method of the Law. International taxation seduced. The free list enlarged revised. And the dutiable list the people have been taken literally. Their commission has been executed exactly As it was Given. In the Law which has now been placed upon the statute books these features Are Paramount internal taxes on tobacco have been materially reduced on the theory that All direct taxation should be brought Down to the lowest possible figure. the free list has been enormously increased by the addition of practically every article Commerce that is not or cannot be profitably produced in this country on the or subject of importation into a Well ordered country Are not Tho. Articles that Iupe Toa 8upp�y Ltd themselves but those that they cannot surely and that goods of ibis racier bhoul<1 be brought to the consumer at the cheapest possible Price. Known theory that the v 3d-27i� dutiable list has been Vised 80 that a it the revenues to carry on the government shall be collected As or Gnu a possible from foreigners in return for the privilege of Selling their goods in our b foreign Competition which Means a Competition in cheap labor a Competition in l68h Ai blood shall be checked whenever it threatens to lower the american Standard a wages and to drive american producers out of business c numerous branches of never heretofore carried on in America shall be encouraged to undertake production ?vncrea8n� opportunities for the profitable investment of capital and the profitably occupation of labor d Hie Cost of necessary supplies to the american consumer shall in 9� it ate Lee 1 raised but shall in response to the Law of free Domestic Competition go on <l�creafdn8 a he future As it always has und a the protective policy in the past. \ democratic lies. You Are greatly fooled if you suppose that the Mckinley Bill the democrats talk about has any existence in fact. Spirit and purpose Between the two measures. We consume 600,000,000 pounds of Wool annually and we can produce the whole of if. We do not need to go abroad for a single Fibre. We consume 1,423,000 tons of sugar and we can produce Only 226,ooh tons not Twenty per cent of our demand. Now the Republican policy is to protect Wool which we can and do produce sofas to hold our Market for our own producers and to encourage Wood growing and Wool manufacturing and on the other hand free y admit sugar which we Are not largely producing so As to put it into the Coffee cups of our own people at the lowest possible Price. The democratic policy is to admit Wool free thus drawing the Semi Savage Wool growers of Asia and South America into Competition with our Farmers to the inevitable destruction of our Wool Industry and to tax sugar. The Republican policy proposes to Send no More Money out of the country than is absolutely necessary. The democratic policy proposes to Send out As much As possible and needlessly to tax the american consumer As Well. With Wool on Tho free list every advantage is handed Over to the foreign producer and with a duty on sugar every hardship is imposed upon the american consumer. With Wool protected every advantage is held for the american producer and with sugar free every advantage is left to the american consumer. It is especially to be noted that in this opening of our ports to the sugar of the world we have freed the people from All danger of having to tribute to a Trust. The sugar that comes in up to no. 16, is a White excellent sugar fit for table use anywhere. The people Are therefore beyond the reach of any Cor bin Ilion of refiners. The dutiable list. Prices on necessary expenses will not be increased. A full explanation of where the increased duties fall. Now As to the goods that remain on the dutiable list the Republican party undertakes to say 1st.�?that the effect of its changes in rates will be in no Case to increase the Cost to the american consumer of a single article which can with any propriety be called a necessary household expense. 2d.�?that so far As increased Cost to retail buyers is concerned the people will never know that a Tariff Bill has been passed. 3d. That All this democratic talk about a increased taxation to the people is nothing but downright falsehood. 4th.�?that the consumer will appreciate the existence of a new Tariff Law Only by its results in the reduction of his necessary household expenses. Undoubtedly Many rates have been raised Many remain As they were Many have been lowered. But the claims just made Are established by the fact that every increased rate must be placed in one of these five classes. First that which consists in the correction of errors. This i3 a Small class rendered necessary by the inequality in rates Between the raw material and the manufactured article or by Treasury department regulations or by a failure in the inn Guage of previous acts to express the congressional win clearly and accurate y. The interests of the consumer Are affected by this class if at All Only in an infinitesimal degree. Second that which co Bis a in the revision of Ai Valorme rates where by reason of the greater fall in prices they have lost their protective value. Puisis also a Small class. It has resulted largely from new and improved machinery Aud from the great fall in transportation prices so that the moderate and Valorme levied in former tariffs no longer possesses any protective strength but s unifies less by from thirty to seventy five per Cut than it signified when originally levied. Third agricultural products. An important and general increase in duties has been provided for All farm products. The Tariff of 1883 has been found by experience wholly inadequate for the Protection of the f Ai Mer. Although under the protective system his expenses for necessary supplies such As farm implements hardware c oth a a ing dry goods and groceries has been constantly decreasing be has been Unab e to obtain for his own products a fair living Price. Importations of farm products into the United states have increased from $40,000,000 in 1850 to $256,000,000 in 1889. The purpose of the Mckinley Bill is to Check this importation and to hold the american Market for the american Farmer. Fourth luxuries whether their like is produced Bere or not. Campaigns brandies and cigars Are illustrations of this class. The theory upon which these Ait Des Are made to a heavy my is conceded to be Correct even by the advocates of a a Revenue it insists that people who can afford such indulgences can afford to contribute through them to the support of the government. Fifth that class of Fine manufactured goods hitherto not produced in this country. The american Market for these goods Lwis hitherto been conceded to foreigners. They constitute the largest and by far the most important of these five classes. They include such articles As Fine laces Fine linens the finest grades of Woolen goods of satins and velvets and the most highly decorated pottery. The want or Protection is the Only thing that has stood in the Way of the manufacture of these goods in America. Into their manufacture the element of human labor enters enormously and it is the Republican party a proposition by imposing such a Tariff on the foreign article As will make up for f e difference Between the Price of labor Here and the Price of labor abroad to enable our people to enter into this new kind of manufacture. To one of these file classes every increased duty in the Mckinley Bill must be assigned new America industries. A How the Mckinley Bill will encourage the manufactures. Establishment of Many new the s is the Mckinley Bill. It is not the Mckinley Bill that the democrats Are now ranting and raving about. That Mckinley Bill has no existence Toh Tever. It is la huge unpardonable lie. It is a most Knavish lie for its purpose is essentially corrupt. It has been sent out Over the country As the servant of the democratic party and of a group of Eastern importers who have combined in a deliberate Effort to deceive the american people As to the contents purposes and effects of the Mckinley Bill in carrying out this scheme they have not hesitated to attribute to the Mckinley Bill provisions that it does not contain and that its authors never dreamed of and by an ingenious and utterly fanciful system of what they Call a equivalent and Valores a based a on impossible proes they have distorted its rates beyond recognition. These lies made their earliest appearance before the ways and mean1 committee last january in the arguments advanced by the importers Why the duties on their merchandise should not be increased. The Republican party has no quarrel with the importers Tuey perform a great and unquestioned service to the Commerce of the country. But t in fact is not to be overlooked the it among them in the Eastern capitals is a Large company of foreigners not naturalized who Are Here simply As the representatives of foreigner manufacturers and whose sole interest Here is to take As much american Gold away with them Ai they can possibly get hold of. It is these excellent persons who supplied the Materia to democratic congressmen and democratic newspapers for their misrepresentations of the Mckinley Bill. It is they who have made the false accusation that the new duties will increase the Cost to the american consumer of almost every article in general us1. It is they who have supplied the alleged facts in support of this charge. Their motives and those of their democratic allies Ore equally obvious a full line artists mat Flitters bronzes m a t Farmer findings. Norway will carry Farmer township items of general interest. Forrest Hutchins was working at Napoleon last week. Rev. Hemphill the new methodist minister for this circuit preached his first Sermon to a Large congregation sunday evening. Mrs. Clark who is visiting her granddaughter mra Hastings of this place had the misfortune to fall last saturday and break her right Arm. Quarterly meeting was held Here saturday and Sandy. The new presiding elder whose name we were not so fortunate As to learn preached saturday afternoon and Rev. Fribley of Bryan sunday Forenoon. If the people desire a Good efficient county auditor they can do no better, not nearly so Well than to elect or. Norway. He is a grand Good Man and highly respected Aud honoured by All who know him. Farmer township give him a rousing majority. Will not the Ether townships of this county follow up the Good work and thus set in motion that grand political Reform for which Ttix-payer3 have been so Long vainly wishing. List wednesday evening the members of Harry Ramsey Camp s. Of y were mastered in. The ladies of this place and surrounding country gave them a free supper. After supper the following officers were installed the services being Public Captain v. S. Haller lieutenant c. F. Lacost second lieutenant i. W. Fickle chaplain c. J. Kittredge sergeant David lord quartermaster g. W. Meconkey musician Frank Lovejoy Camp Council Clayton lord A Rice and p. C. Biglow. It was quite an imposing ceremony and withal a very enjoyable occasion. Claude. This classification of the increased duties throws a Bright Light on the motives which have prompted the current lies about the Bill. It is Plain that the Bill can be profitably attack d Only As to this final class of higher tariffs and As to that class Only by representing that the people will have to higher prices for their supplies now than formerly. Here then is where the attack is being made and it has taken the nature of an artful mixing up of the varieties of goods sold in our Market malting the higher tariffs App y to them All indiscriminately whereas they Only apply to those of which the manufacture for our Marker has Faith it to been conceded to foreigners. As to these two things Are to be said first that in a majority of cases the foreigners Are now charging Ais exorbitant prices and the new Tariff will operate Only to main to in these prices until our own people can get to work Mau fac using and s cond that All other cases relate to in Xii a to parlor ornaments the highest class of dress goods ete., upon which wealthy people can afford to higher rates until Domestic Competition has had its inevitable result. The tin schedules will illustrate these Points. We Are now buying All our tin plate from England last year she sold us 742,180,640 pounds of tin plate and it Cost us $21726,707. In the last Twenty five years we have sent Over to England the tremendous sum of $320,037,362 for tin plate every Penny of which might As Well As not have been kept herein the employment of our own people. A we can make our tin place just As Well As England if the Price con a kept where it is to Day. The English plate is made in Wales where cheap f male labor costing from thirty to sixty Cen s a Day is employed. On the basis of their net Cost the English Are charging us 300 per cent. Profit on this Pate. A common tin cup for instance that retails All Over the United for five cents Cost the Welsh manufacturer Only about one and one third cent. The dinner pail in which the american labourer carries his Roll and his Coffee and for which he pays Twenty five cents costs the greedy briton less than twelve. Now then despite the disparity Between the thirty cent female labor of Wales and the expensive labor of this country our people can easily make Ihlae same articles and them at those prices and earn a Good living but the mischief of it to that every time they try the Britton Lowers his prices As he can Well afford to do and drives our people out of the business tin plate works have been established in America again and again but every time the foreigner has seen the Market slipping away from him he has Cut prices and has kept them Down until his american rivals were forced to suspend. Thereupon however and instance he has put up his rates again. The net result of this is that although american Consumers Are forced to High prices for tin Ware their Money All goes to or pm British labor to Reward British capital and to Brit taxes. To now reverse this business. Millions of capital Are at this mom is a Tho new Tariff Bill having passe i egg aging in the development of the Black Hills tin mines and in the construction of in plate factories. The do v has been raised from a merely Revenue Fruto of one cent a Pound which the american Cun Suir has been david0, to a protect pc duty of two cents a Pound which the British producer will have to if he wants to his tin plate Here. He will no longer be Able to Chase our people out of toe tin business and without adding a Cintilia to the Price of tinware we will hereafter Supply our own work. In t to. 1 think what this new Industry will mean to american labor it will mean an additional annual consumption of 1,000,000 tons of Iron Ore 300,000 tons of Lime Arone 9 nun too tons of Coal and Coke 400, tons of pig Iron. 5,500,000 pounds of Lead 13 too coh pounds of tallow and Oil 40,000,000 pounds of sulphuric acid 12,000,000 fief of lumber and will give direct employment to 35,000 work scope to whom will be p i i in wages $23,000,. All this in a single year. Platter Creek. Sold his farm will build a new House personals. Or. And Are Here at crops. They future. C. A Wayne a Rabbit we for his Rabbit thumb Cutty no of pour route by l e to sept 30, i $896.51. No. E. Is a Hustler Deal with Hoai we Are int of our readers Nebo is i South and 2 it has a Post Post master Lier. Clyde Ferris is Creek put b. F. Enos pie of our p or. And Mich visited at j. Christ visited at Abraham Feaster meld Teecen a great Many Here want to a dem Roll this week. Enthuse his flu misery. % i Marsh of Lei 6. Emery syst week. F i Anc Aat amp Bounty pa., try. Denny a % a Sale Sal to glint Bear and near tin place in a remarkable free list. More than half the total importation will hereafter come in free practically All direct taxation except on whiskey and tobacco is abolished. Imrit needs no laundering. Can be wiped of am m a moment. The Only Linen lined Waterproof Collar in the Market. The Republican party h is enacted the Mckinley Bill after ten months of profound investigation and elaborate debate. Ii undertakes to my that a Wiser fairer Revenue Bill his never been provided in All the history of the Republic it undertakes to say that under the operation of this new Tariff the american people will a smaller proportion of the expenses of the government thai Ever before. This conclusion will a forced upon any fair minded Man who takes the trouble to examine its i provisions. In the first place a Large part of the internal Revenue taxation on tobacco has Bern remitted and Alt those annoying special licenses for the Sale of tobacco have been abolished. The american Farmer and retailer Are As free to Day to fair tobacco As their wheat. In the next place practically All direct taxation except the internal Revenue taxes on whiskey Arad tobacco have been remitted to the people. This has been done by Means of a remarkable enlargement of the free list. It is practically True to say that everything the like of which is not or cannot be largely produced in this country has been placed on the free list. A duty on this class of articles is a Revenue duty and is paid by the consumer. In this respect it differs entirely from a protective duty which is often wholly and always largely paid by the exporter. in additions to the free list then the Republican party has left in the Peoples pocket a sum which last year amounted to More than $65,000,000,tand has opened our ports to merchandise upon which the american consumer has heretofore been paying a tax which was last year imported to the value of $365,406,000. This is nearly fifty per cent of the total importation and is ten per cent greater than the face importation provided in the Mills Bill. When it is considered that among the foreign products transferred by the Republican party from the durable list to the free list Are such universally used articles As sugar molasses Needles dried currants round or spilt Straw matting sisal Rosa and Manilla Tori the use in the manufacture of binding twine braids seeds hemp serpentine and jute the importance of oils toe appreciated. Him i great Protection for Farmers. And cheaper prices guaranteed upon All their necessary expenses. The lies that Are being told about the tin plate schedule Are a fair Sample of the weapons employed against the Bill throughout. It is alleged for instance that the increased Woolen and Linen duties will inevitably raise prices upon tee consumer. Now it is Plain that they can have the it effect if they h Ive it at All Only upon those varieties of a Roods on which increased duties have been imposed. Those varieties Are Only the finer grades such As persons of Large incomes will use. The duties have not been raised but lowered instead upon the Ordinary grades such As re in common use and the prices of those cannot possibly go up. Because the Market Tor them is already in the Possession of american manufacturers. The Effort of this Bill in All its departments is to recover to our people markets that they have lost and to obtain for them new markets into which they have not hitherto sought an Entrance. I he dates on Iron Ore pi0 Iron scrap Iron and scrap steel and All the various forms of bar Iron have been retained As they Are in the present Tariff except where they have been slip a a Ltd reduced so have those on Iron and steel forging on steel ingots and on Copper. With the exception of the duty on tin the Metal schedules have been subjected to a general reduction. To e extent to which the Bills has gone in protecting the products of the farm and in reducing the expenses of the Farmer is a striking witness of the c ire which the Republican party has always exercised Over the interests of that immense portion of our population engaged in Industrial pursuits. The duty on binding twine h s been placed a Quot seven tenths of a cent which is fifty per cent lower than the duty heed on the Mills Bill the Farmers of tie country will realize the hollowness of democratic pretentious and the wickedness of democratic falsehoods when they consider the whereas under the Mills Bill every one of their products was placed upon the j free i St or left with the affliction of a Revenue duty and almost of All their Necess ties heavily tax a by the Mckinley Bill increased Protection has been accorded them for everything they have to , and lower duties established upon substantially everything the the pub can party Only asks that the people will examine this new Tariff Law that thew will consider Well the principles that Nave governed its construction t at Thev will note the Many and extensive industries which under its provisions will be immediately established giving employment to thous ids of workmen Ani vastly increasing the Domestic Market in All parts of the country the Tariff not a tax. At All events not upon the american consumer the Corn is much better than looked for. Or. J. Thomas Bas rented the Evert farm. Or. Paul Heron was on the tramp sunday. Our Farmers Are preparing their Corn cribs. Farmers Are getting along Fine with their fall work. Or. And mrs. J. A. Price were at Defiance last week. Miss Nellie Smith has been afflicted with the mumps. Miss Maudie Anthony has been quite ill the past week. A y. Smith Bas the foundation Laid for his new House or. And mrs. W. Smith started f or Bur Goon monday last. Or. J. Culler will tile his farm Complete this fall and Spring. Or. H. Devore and family Sun Dayed with or. M. Holler near Farmer. Or. E. Y. Smith is visiting friends and relatives at new London Henderson and Dysinger Are making a Nice Channel on Platter Creek. R. Pettet shot be Rice a cow instead of Geo. Third a a cow. S d mistake. J. Dev Imade his father in Law wed. Holler a pleasant last week. Mrs. E. Haver of Sheik i a friends in this Vicinity last week. Or. De. Crawford of Williams Center made us a pleasant Call last week. Or. M. Greek dug potatoes under the branches of Hickory Trees last week. The fall wheat in this Vicinity is jointing and sheep Are turned on it to keep it Down. J. M. Stahl of Nadine ind., formerly of i this place has sold his farm to or. Evert of Hicksville. Or. Geo. Smith of new London Hudson j go visited friends and relatives in this Vicinity last week. Or. E. V. Smith has returned Home from j Hudson co o., where he spent a week visit with his brother. Ervin Smith and s. Byers have managed in three Days to thresh enough Buck wheat to make one Good size cake. J Winkers they. Give ii in the i Ham 11 a j or s a of i his Iii be to hts to w months. The partnership of bowl be. Harmon has been dissolved and the goods placed in the hands of so Gilr a a wha win aet in capacity of Refl of i made a trl through Adams township one d to last week. While there i had the p a Ore of a amp Utteg Jet Davison. Johns Republican weight Isle Vaices to the Pound and some Over. The unreliable Defiance Zyk Socrat Mea to at a thee Mon settee people with the t Lea that Brigham s farm is la terrible con. Edition. There Are too his farm recently to serous Baa Static a a have seen Prepose lost Creek. A a Hhd Sho to built general test has a new Hii the boys Arar mrs. Peter w badly. Mrs. Bos Mas time. The Patron meetings. The gravel pit on filled with water. The wheat will grow to g. A Reeder Creek the first gust ride Gines from j. Jonas Miller has caught St. Joe among or. The lutheran class at build a new Church Point of disc it a Ante. Her a Iii Forborne of ind try Hom we by Jennie Vernon. W. O. Ernsberger is i Choel dosages and wife last week. F. A ii Arm or is building Continental. Ella Hersh is at it. Vernon sister Jennie Alvaro Skivw-d�?T11"� Wapakoneta last week Prev. Reid nor will be tee Church for the ensuing or. Cooper and wife have been visiting Man. I Rhost of All in Lea cuing Power. free sugar. Hark after two cd Iris a Pound less rain i for the redaction Olathe revenues the kids Mil relied chiefly on free void the Mckinley Bill on free admirably illustrates the i Veronae la Mone the reckless assertions of the free traders often est met with is the statement that the Tariff is a tax upon the consumer. Of course in is and then again of course it Isnit. A Revenue Tariff undoubtedly taxes the consumer a protective Tariff has precisely the effect it taxes the importer and the Best evidence of this is Tim testimony of the exporter himself. While the Mckinley Bill was being debated in Congress a great Mas meeting was held in the City of Sheffield England to protest against it and to demand that the British government should interfere to prevent it from becoming a Law just what the Sheffield people expected their govern Otto do affords a Large Opportunity for amusing conjecture but at the meeting according to the report cabled Over to the new Ork Herald the leading speaker who was a Sheffield manufacturer of cutlery after stating that he remembered the time when the Mer in suppl had work for the entire City of Sheffield went on to declare that the Mckinley Bill was a Bill to raise american taxes out of the pockets of the Sheffield exporters and that Sheffield was not going to British taxes and american taxes a the statement shows very clearly that the foreigners know who our protect be duties Sheffield May do As she pleases about it but under the Mckinley bul if he desires to her goods in the Amene in Market she will have to for that privilege and the amount of her payment will be exactly that sum which is the difference Between the cheap labor of Sheffield and the expensive labor of America. Some time ago in a speech delivered in the Canadian parliament sir John Macdonald the Frontier of the Dominion government gave a Moat Apt and main re illustration of How our protective Tariff works. This was his a suppose the Man has too acres on the Canadian the american Side of the line. A Quot a a map a inc takes his 1,000 amerte Anmol a Bushel for it. He takes his 1,000 bushels Tel and get but 85 cents per Bushel because it across the line. How can it in this Cas be it comes out of the pocket of tee senates. I what better proof a. A Tho Amor a. Absolutely fit i ii 1 a a at 6 per cent. Int Nims ital hat a a a Ito life its Quot a Loans we closed 1 amp a. A i

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