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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 30, 1888, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill la a a posters and Job printing of every description done on Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times. The a a times advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 yer. One Inch. $ 1 00 $ 2 00 8 3 00 s 5 00 a three inches. 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 .50 halt column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. S 00 22 50 4u 00 75 00 bus n is notices. Five cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday August 30, 1888. Number 36. Professional cards. N. I. Richards m. I. Physician and surgeon. New Philadelphia. It Hilo. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 19yl y c. Parks m. >., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day or night prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building South Broadway. Residence two doors South of c a p depot 49 Jas. A. D. Richards. Jos. T. Mccullough. Richards a Mogul Lugii attorneys at Law 49yl new Philadelphia Ohio. J. W. Richards. T. Physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 46, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 43yl prances rom in attorney at Law and notary Public. Office in the Mclane Thlork. New Philadelphia Ohio. John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House on North Broadway. 47yl j h. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House. North Broadway. 47yl a a Mitel Moore. Attorney at Law new Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Lummel Block second floor. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller i son. 0y2 Babcock Murd amp co., wholesale grocers 106 a 10s water St., Cleveland. P. 11. Bah cock 11. Hurd .jr., Bah cock 11. A. Bishop Mcclelland Hurd wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co., limited of new York for the Sale of their celebrated Alaroma and Bunola brands of roasted Coffee. 2tyl the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms. Table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. 9yl t. W. Mcdermott i. V. S., honorary graduate of the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats All diseases of Domestic animals. Surgery a specially. Horse dentistry neatly done. Carious Teeth removed. It pays to keep a horses Teeth in Good condition. Spavins and ringtones Best treated by the actual cautery. Calls by Telegraph or otherwise promptly an swered. I office Over Routzen Heiser a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio Lyl the world Type writer Only $8.00. Rapid simple durable this machine does the work of the High priced and More complicated ones. Is easily operated by any one and can be Learned in ten minutes. It is no a practical and useful instrument. Send for Sample of work and picture of this Type writer to j. W. Roll i Stone Creek 0. Sole agent for Tuscarawas Cut it. remodeler refitted and refurnished throw out hew i Johnson t Honse. A a a five Harvest excursions to. Minnesota Dakota Montana i August 21st. Tuesday sept. 11th and 25th. Oct Ber 9th and 23d. Via the St. Paul Minneapolis and Manitoba Ray from St Paul $ min Lien polls at rates cheaper Titan Ever before. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday August 30, 1888. Office in Hummel Block East High St., second floor. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 4#rthe new Philadelphia times will he published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in advances 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 sir remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. Aft address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Democratic ticket natio ital. For president of tin United states Grover Cleveland. For vice president. Allen g. Thurman. State. Fur Secretary of state Boston Young of Marion. For supreme judge Lyman r. Critic oilfield of Holmes. For member of Board of Public works James pm Matt. Of Pike. Coit Gressional. For Congress sixteenth District James w. Owens of Licking. Cou titty. For auditor John w. Kinsey. For commissioner Wesley Emerson. For infirmary director Lewis Geckeler. For Coroner r. D. Downey. The platform h. B. West manager 133 Superior Street Cleveland Ohio. Trbms�?s1.50 to s2.ikaccording to room. Clerks trios. Ii. Case l. Goedelt. 52yl j0sat Here we Are Quot or once More with a new fresh Stock of groceries notions a and a provisions i also keep on hand at nil times a Rush Stock of fruits amp vegetables Here is also the place to buy Salt Fisli and cured meats i am determined to sell at Bottom prices. All i oops delivered or re. Call at cd. Rice a prices building North Side of East High Street new Philadelphia Ohio. July 1, 1888. 28mli the democratic party of the state of Ohio in convention assembled presents to the people of the state the following declaration of principles 1. We endorse without qualification the administration of president Cleveland his honesty integrity Fidelity to principle and Manly courage have endeared him to the american people and the interests of the country demand his renomination and election. 2. We approve the Mills Tariff Bill As the practical expression of the democratic party and request our representatives in Congress to give it their cordial support. 3. We demand that All lands of the government be held for actual settlers who Are citizens of the United states and for those who declare their intention and we endorse the successful efforts of the administration to recover the Public lands which have been squandered upon Railroad corporations by reckless Republican congresses. 1. We favor the payment of Liberal pensions to Union soldiers and sailors and a tender care of the widows and orphans. 5. We demand an economical expenditure of the Public Money and the re Eton of Ilie surplus in the Treasury by red i de taxation and not by extravagant an appropriations. Tin Money of the people should not he taken from them beyond the needs of economical administration and payment of just obligations. I. We Are in Hearty sympathy with All people struggling to free themselves from the environment of despotism and especially does the longhand Gallant struggle of 1 Reland for the priceless Boon of Home Rule and the right of manhood awaken our applause and command our Heartiest Good wishes for speedy Success. 7. We favor such restraints upon corporate Power As Well As protect holiest labor and conserve the interests of honestly employed capital. We oppose the importation of contract labor and the Landing of aliens for permanent residence who do not Zieten i to Peconie citizens of the United states. We recommend to Congress the repeal of All duties whatever upon industries combined into trusts to erect monopolies or organized into syndic ites to control or corrupt legislation or elections or retard production and deprive labor of steady employment and adequate compensation. 1. V e approve 1 be action of i he democratic members of the legislature in their support of thu Bill founding the Ohio soldiers and sailors Home at Sandusky and we denounce hot Republican majority Lort Mieir insufficient appropriations for the same and for the of Hans Home at Xenia. We demand sberal expenditures for l hese institutions adequate to the wants of the state. Points West of grand Forks in Dakota it and Montana less than one i Ake no round trip rate being More than then to dollars including great Falls Montana. Persons desiring to take a trip through Northern Minnesota Dakota or Montana for the purpose of looking Over the country or with the idea of selecting a new Home within the boundaries of the greatest wheat belting the world and a agricultural coun i try suitable for diversified farming Dairy and Stock purposes will do Well to take advantage of these rates. For maps and information apply to your Home ticket agent or any agent of the com j Pany or f. I. Whitney. Gene a pass and Tkv tags to St. Paul Miu. 33 # the difference be Wei i John Robinson and Bon Harrison is Robinson has a Good show and Harrison has no show whatever the republicans Are publishing a Sheet called the democratic Advance purporting to represent the views of prominent democrats such As Samuel j. Randall and others on the Tariff and circulating it through the country. It is published by the Republican committee. The administration is criticised on the Tariff views. Such a scheme will not win voters. Why do they not set out their views Over their own party signature. A Sabbath school picnic was being held at Fry a Valley a get saturday when republicans sought the Opportunity of circulating Campaign documents to not the crowd. The republicans of Clay township must be hard pressed for Opportunity to get in their work when an occasion of that kind is marred by political commotion. The document circulated is a card with a head line a a regular i it socratic then follows a Cut of the British hag and then a a for president Grover Cleveland for vice president Allen g. after the name of each candidate is a paragraph on free Trade credited to London papers. Judging from the position taken in behalf of great Britain by Republican statesmen just now the British Flag would be a fit Emblem to Grace the Republican Headquarters with a Banner bearing the colors of China with the inscription in Large letters a a rats two meals per Day of bread and Bacon is Good enough for the Labouring the Republican Camp. The Republican Camp is All agog Over the presidents message to Congress on the fishery question. Canadians have been guilty of violating the fisheries treaty according to the construction of the treaty by the United states government. Canada claims a different construction of the treaty and the consequence is that american vessels have been seized for violating the three mile limit which prohibits american vessels fishing within three Miles of Canadian shores the subject came before Congress about eighteen months ago and Congress favored some Means of retaliation on Canada. That is that whatever privileges americans were deprived of m Canadian water canadians should also he deprived of. It is claimed by some leading american statesmen that the Washington treaty had expired and that canadians were not acting neighbourly ceding to the United states equal privileges granted them. The president favored a peaceful adjustment of tie dispute and appointed a commission of Able men among the number was judge Cooley to Confer with the British government and draft a new treaty. The proposed treaty was ratified by the House of Congress but was rejected in the Senate. The Senate being strongly Republican resorted to All tin Low political cuss Edness it was capable of doing to retard and vex the administration and if possible have the president commit some act or Force him to let the fishery dispute drag along without settlement for political effect and then go before the country and arraign the president for acts of omission or possibly some act of commission. But the republicans were thunderstruck when the presidents message was sent in asking for still further Powers than he then possessed for carrying out the retaliatory measures against Canada. They had no idea that he had the courage. His message was an Able document discussing the situation. The position of the president is not Only hacked in this step by the entire democratic press hut by a great Many Republican papers. The republicans of the House and Senate had been howling retaliation but now the president is censured by those demagogues Blaine Sherman and others and say Cleveland is going too far that he is doing it for political effect that he will cripple the Trade of the United states All along the Border. It has become a Boomerang on Republican Heads and these Republican demagogues Are hopping around like an old Hen trying to protect her chickens. Cleveland Lias More brains than All of them and in a a outrageous manner outflank the obstructionists and moves on to protect american interests. The people stand by him and will elect him again. A Man like Cleveland that has the courage to go before the country squarely and honestly is entitled to the support he is bound to receive. The Maxwell land Grant in Colorado seems productive of much trouble and has already caused bloodshed and doubtless will not end without further trouble. It seems that the Grant was originally made by tin mexican government to Beaubean and Miranda two mexicans who were Given two plats of 96,000 acres of land providing that they would cultivate the same. The boundaries of the Grant now contain 1,750,-000 acres. The manner in which it grew to its present proportions is one of the causes of the trouble. The settlers living within the boundaries of the Grant charged that the original property was enlarged by fraud. The highest tribunal in the land department has held however that there was no fraud and refused to set aside the Patent granted by Congress. Hundreds of settlers have improved Homes and lived on the land for Many years and claim a right to it and look upon the threatened ejectment As a hardship. The land company is charged with asking exorbitant prices for the land upon which they have lived Lor Many years and improved. The settlers Are up in arms. Governor Gray of Indiana is hot after the a White Caps a and is determined to ferret them out and bring them to Justice lie has sent the attorney general to Aid the prosecuting attorney. The evidence is hard to get at because of threats from the band and through fear they Are not exposed. This band was organized for the purpose of meeting Ernt. Punishment to persons whom they thought were not living in an upright Way. Wife beaters parties who failed to support their families properly adulterers violators of the peace or any fancied offender were taken in to be night season hogged and ordered to leave tiie Community. Two women were severely hogged not Long ago. These self righteous Fellows deserve a reception at thu Point of the Bayonet. Trusts Are formed for the purpose of limiting production and increasing the Price. Manufacture Are shut Down men Are thrown out of employment whenever it becomes necessary to shrink the production and yet James i. Blaine says president Cleveland nor any one else has no right to interfere with these trusts. Blaine is for protecting the trusts not thu labourers. The formation of these trusts thereby limiting the de j Mand for labor is just As injurious to the american labourer As the importation of pauper labor to compete with american labor. Do workingmen believe that the let combinations should be formed for the purpose of making the Rich Richer for it requires great wealth to form these combinations and make them effective. Lord Blaine is now strenuously engaged in defending Canada. Carnegie should take him Over to Canada in his a tally to probably great Britain will make him governor general of Canada. He would then find out whether Grover Cleveland had any right to interfere. The american labourer. The american labourer should hear in mind that the a a contract or pauper Labory of Europe comes from the protected countries China Poland Italy and Germany and Are employed by the protected manufacturer. You Are not protected. This labor does not come from England where they have Low Tariff. You do not hear of labourers coming from England under contract with the protected free Trade never made the pauper labor of Europe. Pauperism in Europe is the result of Over population in some countries especially in China and partly attributable to the form of government where wealth is recognized and the poor Are made servants of the Rich with no Opportunity to escape their condition. Free Trade never created the landlord and tenant of England and Ireland. The tenant is poor and can never escape his condition on account of the lands All being owned by the lords and the land entailed from generation to generation while the land owners Are the owners of the government and oppress the poor. The i Esliman can testify to that. The British government is based on the Feudal system. The poor of England and Ireland will always be oppressed. Lord Carnegie and Blaine have just inspected their Tenanty and Are now prepared to say that their condition is the result of free Trade. Raise Protection in England to the highest notch and the Tenanty will he oppressed just the same. The Rich manufacturer would become Richer. So with the labourer in the United states. Protection is a relic of tyranny centralization of Power and wealth. Judge Thurman was greeted everywhere on his trip to Michigan and to Chicago with vast crowds anxious to see him and hear him speak. Ilis popularity remains with him and will lie Felt in november at the polls. Iii speeches were mainly in reference to the Tariff. At Cheltenham Beach on saturday last the judge commenced with the surplus asking if it was not wrong to have this vast Quantity of Money locked up and if the amount should not he reduced. In answer he said the Only Way to reduce it was to lighten the taxes and that meant to Cut Down the Tariff. The Tariff tax he said was paid by the consumer the poor Man with the Large family. It is not so with the taxes paid to the county and City. They were paid on property and the More a Man has of it the More taxes he has to . Of All the inventions Ever devised to shift the Burden of taxation from a Rich Many a shoulders onto a poor Many a the Tariff tax was the most ingenious and insidious. The speaker asked who were the friends of the working men and the answer came Hack a a the a a yes a said Thurman a a when you say that you just say that you Are your own friends for of every 100 votes cast by the democrats in the whole United states it May be safely affirmed that 90 Are votes of Labouring men. That is the fact and to say that the democratic party is not the Friend of the Labouring Man is to say that the democratic party Are a set of idiots not entitled to Vole at american workmen do not take much Stock in Protection theories. At the recent meeting of the federation of trades at Indianapolis Strong resolutions against the Republican National ticket were adopted because to quote their form they Are a opposed to All Laws which have almost wholly transferred the enormous Burden of excessive taxation from the Money Kings of the country to the great army of Consumers until to Day tin latter class Are practically pack horses of the boasted Republic of Freedom and popular rights while producing All its wealth and enjoying few of its this sentiment is becoming almost Universal among the knights of labor acid other organizations of working . The tax on whisky by the Federal government with a suppression of All illicit distillation and consequent enhancement of Price has been a powerful agent in the Temperance Reform inputting it beyond the reach of so Many. To cheapen the Price of whisky is to increase its consumption enormously. There would be no sense in urging the Reform wrought by High License in Many of the states if the National government neutralizes the Good effect by making whisky within the reach of every one at Twenty cents a Elaine s Paris letter. Speaking generally or. Cleveland has raised the business of administration far above the level upon which lie found it. There have been no scandals that came near him none that touched any office of consequence under him. He has avoided the mistakes of his predecessors in methods of administration and his Choice of instruments Lias marked him a Man of rare judgment of men As Well As a Leader of great Force in Chattanooga times. Congressman Crain of Texas who was a member of the House committee on foreign affairs in the last Congress says the president took the same position two years ago on the fishery question that he has outlined in his message. The Republican party nominated Warner Miller of new York for governor on the 28th inst. Miller is one of the a bloody shirt howlers and starts his Campaign with a malicious yell at the administration. Colonel s. Y. R. Cru Ger was nominated for lieutenant governor. The republicans Are dreadfully pained because a paper called the Tux Reform advocate is published and sent Over the country. They fear it will reach too Many republicans and will open their eyes on the Tariff question. It contains too Many solid facts for them. Harvest is Over now and Farmers Are marketing their products and we Hope they will remember their subscription to the times. It is Only 81 per year and you May think we done to need it but remember All our Money is in one Dollar sums. The German democracy of new York will in a few Days give a monster reception to judge Thurman. It will be a great Little happenings. Personal mention. Or. Mathews letter. Blaine does not want Cleveland to twist the Tail of the a a British the state militia have gone into Camp at Columbus this week. The yellow fever is still raging in Florida and Many deaths result. Cloves Are said to he a better preventive of Moth than tobacco or camphor or Cedar. Hon. A. W. Patrick will address the democratic club on Friday night on the political issues of the Day. Subscribe for the new Philadelphia times the Best democratic paper in the county. Send 25 cts. For three Mouths subscription during the Campaign. Hon. G. W. Crites and j. A. Buchanan addressed the citizens of Mineral Point on the political questions of the Day on saturday evening last. There was a Good attendance. The eighth u. Cavalry which was stationed in Texas has been ordered to Dakota. They have travelled 1550 Miles of the route already and kept their horses in Good condition. Belva Lockwood has Given it out that if she is elected president she will dissolve the army and Rule by love. Of the Giddy Rascal Hadnot some one better Tell her she a too old for that engineers firemen and switchman on the Peoria Decatur amp Evansville Evansville it Indianapolis and Evansville a Terre haute roads have struck on account of discrimination against brotherhood men. Philip Seh and Frank Spach have just completed an artistic Job of painting and papering on what is known As the judge Brown property on East High Street. Their work recommends them highly. Forest fires Are raging in Northern Michigan. Hundreds of Miles of country South of Ishpeming Are being desolated. People Are fleeing from their Homes. Several families Are missing near Mumford. Parlor entertainment at the residence of j. Ii. Booth next tuesday evening september 4th, consisting of pantomimes vocal and instrumental music recitations Etc. The Public Are invited. Admission ten cents. J. Ii. Mitchell of canal Dover addressed the Cleveland and Thurman club in this City saturday evening last telling them Many Good things pertaining to the Wellfare of our glorious country. Hand in hand Man and women build the Home hand in hand they ought to build the state and the Church. Hand in hand they left an earthly Paradise lost hand in hand they Are Likely to enter if at All an earthly Paradise prof. Townsend. The vessels Umbria and City of new York ran a race across the Atlantic recently from new York to Queenstown. The Umbria won the race leaving the City of new York far behind. The time made by the Umbria was 0 Days 10 hours and 29 minutes. A sheriffs posse sent to Stonewall col., where settlers Are disputing a land company s claim is besieged in a hotel and fighting i it going on. R. D. Russell an old settler was killed. State troops ordered in readiness but they sympathize strongly with the settlers. William Riley who resided on a Small tract of land near Black it and station committed suicide monday morning by hanging himself. Or. Riley has been ill for some time which made life weary some and prompted the act of suicide. The family feared that he might attempt violence to himself and watched him closely hut he evaded them m some Way took a strap and Hung himself to a Little Walnut tree. Coroner Downey was called to hold an inquest. The Good people in the Vicinity of Barrs Mills held a Sabbath school picnic on saturday. Messes. P. Miller j. Teters j. N. Welsh and Henry Froe lick were tin leading spirits in the movement. The exercises consisted of speeches and music. Rev. D. Somers and p. Ii. Read occupied the Rostrum As speakers in the Forenoon and Rev. C. M. Gay prof. C. C. Forney and Walter Putman entertained the audience in the afternoon. The crowd in attendance was Large and a general Good time was had. The Buckeye planing Mill of this place was lately purchased by Henry Kuhn Fred Dubach and Nicholas Schwab. They Are at present engaged in cleaning up the Mill and grounds and putting every thing in order preparatory to starting it in operation. They have already purchased lumber which is on the Way. These men Are All Young energetic Fellows and have a practical knowledge of the building and lumber business and it is needless to say that they Are upright men for their reputation in that respect is Well known. These men Are entitled to a Liberal patronage which they doubtless will receive. Or. Samuel Flory will probably be Foreman in the shops sunday August 26th, will not soon he forgotten by mrs. Kaserman of new Philadelphia. Early in the Day her sons daughters and grand children commenced gathering at her Fine residence on Beaver dam Road for a family reunion. Everyone of her children were present. 11 is said grandma Kaserman never looked happier As this was the first time that she had All her children seven sons and three daughters under her roof at one time for twelve years. Or. John Smith of Tennessee or. W. Rothacher of Phillipsburg and several others were also present. The girls prepared such a dinner As they May Well feel proud of. We. T. Kaserman returned to Cleveland tuesday where he has been employed in the Large shoe store of George sell for about three years. Or. Will. Smith of Uhrichsville Sun Dayed in our City. Misses May and Lou Wilson Are Home from their visit to Youngstown. Miss Kate Welty has returned from a two weeks visit in Zanesville. Miss Johnson of Akron is the guest of misses Maud and May Williams. Miss Vinnia Smith of Uhrichsville came up for the picnic at Chippewa. John c. Donachy clerk of courts visited Westchester friends last week. Miss Helen Graham of Uhrichsville j is visiting her aunt mrs. J is. Patrick. Henry c. Vinton and wife started yesterday for Vermont to visit relatives. Miss Bessie Custer entertained about Twenty of her Young friends at Tea last Friday. Rev. I r. Kirkwood of St. 1 a ill minn., preached in the presbyterian Chapel last Sabbath. Or. Marion read and family returned Hale and Hearty from their California trip last wednesday. Miss Millie Crouch returned to Pittsburg yesterday after a visit of several Days with friends Here. Cora Smith of Fairfield Iowa and John officer and family of Girard Kansas Are visiting the family of Jacob officer. Or. James Clark of Dyersville and miss Maud Herlling of Mercer pa., were the guests of s. Moore monday and tuesday. Will and Joe Johnson and will Boyd of Uhrichsville spent sunday in new Philadelphia. Rev. Michael Williams will preach in the m. E. Church next Sabbath Rev. Wilson being away on business. There will be no services in the evening. John a. Buchanan Lias been on tin sick list since saturday night last. Stomach trouble seems to be the cause. It is hoped he will soon be about again. Mrs. It it. P. Taylor has returned from a three months visit to her son or. Linn Taylor of Kansas City. Miss Lane the guest of miss Annie Nickles the past two weeks returned Home saturday. Miss Stenie and Jessie Smith of Newcomerstown Are visiting their sister mrs. Foster Wilkin. Mrs. Helen Mccleary and baby miss Shaw of Newcomerstown and Anna Belle a nisely Are All taking their meals at or. Knisely a this week. Miss Stella Koran and misses Jessie and Lizzie Thornburg of allow Lureny who have been spending a few weeks in our City left on saturday for their Home. Or. And mrs. Dahmer of Fairfield township went to Wheeling West. Va., to attend the state fair yesterday. He is a Well to do Farmer of Fairfield and desirous to learn How they farm elsewhere. Married. At the lutheran parsonage August 19th, by c. A. Fetzer or. Frank m. White and miss Anna m. Woods both of Trenton Tuscarawas county Ohio. Died. On the 14th inst., Lucy wife of Mark Al i Wood at the age of 17 years and 5 months. She was a daughter of Jacob Schafer of Phillipsburg. The remains were interred in the Phillipsburg cemetery on the 16th. Her infant child two Days old was Laid to rest beside its Mother on the 18th. May they rest in peace. A a Safe in the arms of Jesus Safe on his gentle breast there by his love overshadowed sweetly my soul shall rest. Hark a tis the voice of Angels borne in a song to me Over the Fields of glory. Over the Jas pc r sea. Safe in the arms of Jesus Safe on his gentle breast there by his love overshadowed sweetly my soul shall Georgie the youngest child of we. Hill water Street this City died sunday afternoon after a Short illness. The funeral took place tuesday. A three months old daughter of or. Samuel Bedwell died thursday last of cholera inf Antum. The remains were interred in the new Philadelphia cemetery saturday afternoon. Swansea walks aug. 17, 1ss8. A a fairer Isle than Britain never Sun viewed in his wide career a lovelier . I have been spending a few Days in Wales a this place of antiquities. It was two generations ago the Home of the main Branch of the Mathew family who Trace their Pedigree Back to the year 1461. This ancient family includes among its membership sir David Mathew who saved the life of King Edward in. At the Battle of Tow ton Palm sunday March 14, 1461. For this act of bravery and gallantry he was created grand Standard bearer of All England. It also embraces among its illustrious members Admiral Thos. Mathew a Welchman by birth who was distinguished As an officer of the British Navy for Many years was appointed commissioner of his majesty a Navy in Chatham in 1730. His portrait now hangs in the gallery of Greenwich Hospital lie was the parliamentary representative of Glamorgan his native country from 1741 to�?T11. His biography forms an important part of the naval history of great Britain shortly preceding the american revolution in 1775. He died october 2, 1751, at the age of 74. The bulk of Lus Largo estates were settled on Bis Only grandson Thomas a lad ten years old. This ancient family also includes among its membership Rev. Theobold Mathew the great Temperance reformer of world wide reputation. He was Horn at Thomastown Ireland in october 1790, and died in 1856, after having made a tour in the . In 1852. For these Lew interesting historical facts i am indebted to Cousin mrs. Emma Mathew Bis i hop a native of Swansea and the historian of this ancient family. She is a lady of culture and Fine literary taste has published several works of Merit among them being a a a Welsh woman a reminiscences of Victor a notable men of Wales a a a personal recollections of Elihu Burntt a written in 1879, and Many other gems in poetry and prose. She resided in Colorado u. For several years in the seventies but Lias settled Down at Arador Villa Swansea where with in r amiable family a son and daughter we Hope she May have length of Days. But i digress. I meant to have said something of Wales and its ancient castles whose name is legion. Sixty years ago Swansea was a Shire town of 5.000 or 8,000. Now see it contains about 75 or 80,000 inhabitants and is rapidly improving. It contains several Beautiful Public Parks libraries Public and private museums extensive docks shipping Etc., and possesses some of the most picturesque scenery that. 1 have seen in my tour anywhere on the continent. Last eve it was my pleasure to visit one of these Beautiful Parks in Swansea. There was a Fine hand of music with an elaborate program which entertained near one thousand people for two hours and a fall seemed merry As a marriage hell a Many of thu lads and lasses gathered together and amused themselves in games of rustic simplicity. At a Given signal a Young Man would pursue a girl through the crowd until he caught her sometimes not until sue had stumbled and fallen then he was entitled to kiss her which he did with so much zest that he made me involuntarily sigh a a Oil would t were a boy again. When life seemed blessed with sunny yeas and All the heart then knew of pain. Was wept away in transient i was an Eye witness to two such charming Oscillatory episodes in less time than it takes me to record the novel proceedings. But 1 must pause As i am invited to inspect some of these ancient relics of the heroic age and i May have More to say of them and also of some other members of thu Mathew family. C. 11. I. An expression of gratitude. Irishmen of upper Sandusky adopt resolutions thank i no tiie president Oil his message. Shipments must cease. No More Canadian Voois sent free thu ooh the United states. Republicans on record in favor of Tariff Reform. Washington August 25. A very important discovery has been made by which one of the greatest privileges now enjoyed by c Anada will immediately cease by order of the Secretary of the Treasury. It is the right of Canada to ship her products in Bond through the United states for Export from United states ports. It was supposed that article 29 of tiie treaty of Washington was in Harmony with the Laws then on the statute Book and that they were still in Force. Investigation shows this is not right. The privilege was Given Canada first by article 29 of the treaty to Send her products to uni a d states ports for Export so Long As the fishery articles of the treaty remained in Force. They have ceased and so the privilege Given by Law has also ceased. But the right to use u. Ports to receive foreign goods for shipment to Canada which was also a part of Section 2866, and provision of the treaty Lias not been annulled Congress having enacted it in the revised statutes. That privilege must therefore continue until Congress gives the president authority to suspend. The other provision however to ship products of the Dominion to american ports for exportation is a dead letter. It did not exist in 1887 when the government appealed to Congress for authority to suspend the privileges Given by the existing act of 1866. Nor in the codification Laws m the revised statutes is there any such act As gives Canada the Light to ship her products to the United states for Export. No such Law has Ever been enacted because of the privileges Given by tin treaty just expired i he right then to j it the Oiler of a portentous contest Send in Bond from Canada to Portland j Ltd a one Side is capital formidably in Boston new York or any other port Tor trenched in privilege arrogant from foreign Export is stopped not by the j continued Triumph conservative Tenace inaction of Congress or of the exec j Jour to old theories demanding new Republican National platform 1868 it is due to the labourer of the nation that taxation should be equalized and reduced As rapidly As the National Faith will permit. Republican National platform 1884 the Republican party pledges itself to Correct the inequalities of the Tariff and reduce the surplus. Gene a John a. Logan april 18, 1870 now when the gentleman who seems to be the protector in an Especial manner of the great labor interests of this country Speaks of this Protection being the Protection of the labourer of this country i ask him does not every Farmer and Mechanic in this Broad land make use of Iron in All kinds of Lal it or the 4,000,000 men that have been freed recently Are labourers Are producers not manufacturers. They Are not men of skilled labor they evidently Are not men who Are protected. And then t Itu Are the men in the Northwest who produce Corn wheat Oats and Beans Etc. They Art producers and Consumers and Are not protected and it is they who this Large amount of Money into the pockets of the manufacturers of this article. And when a gentleman stands upon this floor and tells me that this High this extraordinary High Tariff is for the Protection of the Labouring men 1 Tell him that i do not understand How he ran possibly substantiate such a theory. Senator John j. Ingalls we cannot disguise the truth that we Art on the verge of an impending revolution the old issues Are dead the people Are arraying tin most Ives upon one Side Tive Tii because the treaty and Law Stop All further right to do so. So Long As the fishery articles remained in Force article 29 was to continue in Force. Then under rules and regulations preserved by the government goods wares or merchandise might be conveyed in transit without the payment of duties from British possessions in North America through the United states for Export from the latter sports. The conditions therefore have ceased which gave this right to it Anada and Are Rev veil by any existing statute and the transit of goods must hot stopped at once. That much at least can lie done without the Aid of Congo is. Statistics show that of the $270,000,000 Worth of goods sent both ways during the past six years at least $100,000,000 was in Canadian products exported via ports of the United Penny press. A Henry George meeting. Sulu la Ortizo Cleveland and Thurman Protection denounced. New York August 27. Henry George held his first Cleveland and Thurman ratification meeting tonight and besides himself William Lloyd Garrison was a speaker. The spirit of the meeting was embodied in a line upon canvass behind the speakers a a free Trade a a free land a a a free or. Harrison said the Republican party Content to dwell in the issues of tin past stood upon one Side while on the other was the democratic party bewildered. Said or. It Harrison among other utterances a a we have no desire to conceal that it or attitude is one of absolute free Trade we War Only it is a fact of serious import that All the wheat and Corn this country Sells to other countries do not our sugar Bill. Last year we paid $135,000,000 for sugar imported while the wheat and Corn exp sorted brought Hack Only about $111,000,000. The total value of All bread stuff s exported was $165,768,662. The present Tariff amounts to Over 82 per cent. A Ltd Valorme. The value of the sugar in the countries whence it was imported was about $75,000,000, and the duty paid Oil it in this country is $81,000,000. Louisiana produced last year 181,123,872 pounds and All the other Southern states 10,158,400 pounds. The total Quantity of molasses produced was 12,000,000 Gallons. To make it plainer the United states consumed last year 1,292,492 tons of sugar of which 1,187,568 tons were imported. The production in this country was therefore about 104,894 tons of 2,240 lbs. Each. The average Cost of sugar in the countries from which it was imported was about 2� cents per Pound and the average specific rate of duty 1.3 cents per Pound in 1886 it was 2 cents. We produced 20,000 tons of Maple sugar last Uit or Sandusky. O., August 26. A mass meeting of irishmen was held in this Eirv last evening at which the following resolutions were adopted Rala Tive to the recent message of president Cleveland a whereas. Groat Britain through her North american dependencies has Long manifested toward the commercial and political interests of citizens of tin United stall s in common with her own Lova Irish nth ets a spirit of selfishness unfairness bigotry and intolerance which is a relic of barbarism and inconsistent with the advanced civilization of our american re memo anal of tin whole Christian world and a a whereas this spirit has been made painfully Manifest in her shameful treatment of american Fisherman and a total disregard of reciprocal commercial right3 and obligations and a a whereas Grover Cleveland As president of tin United state in a spirit of consummate statesmanship As shown in his message of tiie 23rd inst. To the american Congress rises to the supreme height of political perfection and comprehends tin subject in All its length breadth and depth and demands equal and exact Justice for american citizens at Home and abroad and a a whereas. This pint which clamors Only for equal and exact Justice to All will lift the Yoke of political oppression from our Down trodden Kin i red in Ireland and cause her to us be her proper place in the front ranks of the free Christian nations of the Earth therefore be it a a resolved by the irishmen of upper Sandusky Ohio that president Cleveland for this exalted service is entitled to and has the Heartfelt gratitude of intelligent and patriotic irishmen Plain dealer. Unclaimed letters. The following list of unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office aug. 27, 1888 Lester Mcqueen m f Ault m Dun Nur Geo Demuth d f Fin Lefoe Fred Fry Mathew Hartland Christian k Kohr 2, c b Murry w p Scott mrs j ii Smith miss or mrs Mary Williams. If not called for in fourteen Days will be sent to the dead letter office. Of p. Degreif p. M. Against thu spirit of Protection which is a relic of despotism of speaking of or. Blame or. Garrison said a this Man knows not the mean ing of a principle a and then declared a a it is hut Justice to or. Cleveland to admit that under his administration the coloured voter has not at least been More defrauded of his Legal rights than under it Irant it car Finkl or a 1 Len re George said a a 1 stand Here to ratify the nomination of Grover Cleveland and Allen g. Thurman us president and vice president of the United states. A voice a a what a the Matt r with the labor candidates a Grover Cleveland is the True labor candidate of to Day. I am a free trader and tin Man who is afraid to he branded As a free trader done to know the Power in thu word free. Raise All revenues by tin single tax we say. And when we go by tin Side of Cleveland and Thurman we take the fit to step in that direction. Protection scornfully is a lie a Ham a fraud and a Humbug. Why do labor want Protection Sinai it produces All wealth All labor needs is Freedom. If Protection can raise wages Why Are they not bettor thin they an protectionists have had their Way Tor years and it is about time we tried Biff Day in Chicago. Great crowds i it see the a a old roman am the rail Cue. Concessions enriched by Domestic Levy and foreign Commerce and struggling to All values to its own Standard. On the other is labor asking for employment striving to develop industries battling w Atli the forges of nature and subduing the wilderness la Hor starving and sullen in a incs resolutely determined to overthrow a system under which the Rich Are growing Richer and the poor Are growing poorer a system which gives to a Vanderbilt the Possession of wealth beyond the dreams of avarice and condemn the poor to a poverty where there is no Refuge from starvation but tiie prison or the grave. Henry Wilson 1 think Anle rican labor will be Best protected by taxing All the Nece a Rii s of life lightly placing tin raw materials which enter into our manufactures on the free Lisi raising Revenue to support the government upon articles that Conn i i Competition with our manufacturers and a on the luxuries of life which Are consumed by the More wealthy classes of society. James a. Garfield april 1, 1870 duties should he so High that our manufacturers can fairly compete with the foreign product but not so h go As to enable them to drive out the foreign article enjoy a monopoly of tiie Trade and regulate the prices As they please. This is my doctrine of Protection. If a a egress pursues this line of Poliey steadily we shall year by year approach More nearly to tin basis of free Trade because we shall be More nearly Able to compete with other nations on equal tonne 1 am for a Protection which leads to ultimate free Trade. President Arthur annual message ls�?T32 a total abolition of excise tax would Limo to inevitably prove a serious if not an insurmountable of Acle to a thorough revision of the tar. 11 and to any considerable reduction m import duties the prot it Tariff syst in i in Many respects . It makes unequal distributions both of its burdens and its benefits. 1 recommend an enlargement of the free it i a to include within it the numerous articles which yield Revenue a simplification to the Complex and in you id Erable schedule of duties upon Cei Tain manufactures particularly those of Cotton Iron and steel and a substantial reduction < the duties upon Tomse articles and upon sugar , , Wool and Woolen Good. Every Republican should read blame s a Twenty years m Here is what his Bonk contains on the Tariff question a the Tariff of .s4was yielding Revenue tin i a in a of the country in a flourishing condition. Money became very abundant after the year 1849 Large enterprises were undertaken speculation was prevalent and Tor a considerable i nod the Prosperity of the country was Gen ral and apparently genuine. After 1 52 the democrats had almost undisputed control get tin government or had gradually become the free Trade parly. The principles involved in the Tariff of 1851 seemed for the time to be so entirely vindicated and approved that resistance to it ceased not Only among the people but among toe protective economists and even among the manufacturers to a Large ext a. So general was the acquiescence in i 1856, a protective anti was nut suggested or even hinted at Liiv one of the Chicago aug. 25. The i Aimer House was the Headquarters of an ent Husia tie crowd saturday morning. Red bandanas were flying everywhere and cheers for Cleveland and Thurman arose every few minutes and red hot Tariff discuss Ore added to i the excitement. There was no Lack of _ a. Three parties which presented Piv Sideri protectionists in the crowd and at times1 a tial candidates. It was not surprising the discussions approached a tumult. ,.a 1 1 Tuer Elore that m lbs the Ulutu a nature.1 Wordy warfare it was. A i been placed lower than they however and around the Little groups j a of excited talker great masses of peo ple pressed cheering at any telling a wonderful cures Points made. General Palmer arrived in town Early in the morning and Reg a i had been estered at the Leland. Ilis Advent seemed to he the signal of that influx of marching clubs and political organization and visitors. Springfield sent 1,-000 visitors and members of marching , and almost every Large sized town sent in a big representation. At Cheltenham saturday morning 100 men were at work upon the preparations for the Barbecue and 10,000 people expected. About fifty Beeves were roasted on the great space prepared for press. A full line of leather shoe findings collars saddles and All kinds of harness goods at very Low prices at Zimmerman a. 34w3 Hurrah for Cleveland and Thurman. A. D. Hoyt amp co., wholesale and retail druggists of Rome ga., say we have been Selling or. Kings new discovery electric bitters and buckle us a Arnica Salve for two years. Have never handled remedies that sell As Well or give such Universal satisfaction. There have been some wonderful cures effected by these medicines in this City. Several cases of pronounced consumption have been entirely cured by use of a few bottles of or. Kings new discovery taken in connection with electric bitters. Ife guarantee them always. Sold by f. C. Miller a son. The Public will please take notice that i am now doing horse shoeing at the old stand and respectfully solicit a share of their patronage. 36w2 c. Houpt

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