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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 3, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new pm Ludelphia times. Raycel Moore a Ftp a new . Omo value by k Anthracite Coal Fields have been discovered in Sonora mex. Seven United states senators were abroad last summer and each says he is a better american than Ever. Four Hundred Miles from new York an Eagle was captured at sea recently by the steamship Jersey City. It is proposed to erect a $200,000 Monument to Charles Dickens in London. W Aiter Bezant has undertaken to raise the Money among his literary friends. Tiie Art paper making has reached a Point where a growing tree May be Cut Down made into paper and turned out As a newspaper All within thirty six hours. Miss Bertha Oppenheimer is the latest victim tight lacing. The verdict returned by the Coroner s jury was a heart disease due to tight p. Barni a the Veteran showman is planning u Long trip through ventral and South America. He will not be accompanied by his show going for pleasure Only. A Guay is the third Man who has crossed the continent a bicycle. He left Chicago june 13, travelled leisurely visiting Many Points interest the Way and arrived at Sau Francisco u few d a is Asro. 1 he new York to rid says there is no truth in the report that mrs. Grant widow the late general is trying to sell her House in that City. She Hopes to pass the remainder her life in her new York news condensed. Important intelligence from ail parts. From Washington. The Cabinet resumed Law regular meetings the 25th. A proclamation Vas issued by president Cieve and the 25th designating the 24th november a a Day thanksgiving und prayer. The issuing Silver certificates other paper currency ill below five dollars w. suspended by the Treasury department the 25l1l information was received by the Navy department the 26 h the death commander William Gibson United states Navy retire a at Adamic City n. The engagement Secretary state Bayard to miss Sophie Dallas Markoe an employee in the a part meet when . Bavard is Tho head was announced Tho 20 h the government during the last year expended $1,095,57b in the education Indian Chi n. In his annual report sued the 27th Eugene Sempe governor washing territory places the population at 143,009 taxable property $.>0.0 �9, �90 Rai, mileage 1, .00 ? a Knox mate acreage Coal lands 1 �0,000 governor Semple recommends that the territory to admired As a state into the Union. £-1 a re s attorney Grinnell spoke in the supreme court at Washington the 2stli leg dust the petition for tiie granting a writ error in tiie Antic lists Case and was followed by general Butler for the defense the court then took the matter under advisement. I Ltd Gnu the seven Days end a the 2b.n t Lere were 193 business failures in the in Ted stat s against 172 the previous seven Day.-. The exch noes it Twenty six Ler Ding Clearing houses in the United states during the week ended the 29th Aggro item $992,-277,boo, against $1,090,003,423 the previous week. As compared with the corresponding a Eek 18b0, the increase amounts to b. 1 per cent the War department the 29th turned Over to the c Vil authorities a Battle Creek Mich thief who had enlisted in the regular army to avoid arrest. The Centennial exposition which is to be held at c. Inci Nduati next Vear promises to be a very successful affair. The sum $1,100,000 in guarantee notes has been placed already in the hands the commissioners. Governor Leslie estimates the present population Montana at 130,000. Llie live Stock interests have suffered greatly the last year. Coal Lias become an important Clement in the mining Industry the territory. I he for Tilita Silver mine Arizona like Many another mine consists nothing but rocks and a few a Prospect holes. Nevertheless it was stocked at $50,000,000, and a considerable amount its worthless paper was disposed to poor Peop. Mrs. Annie lacks the St. Louis woman who threw a Pancake into mrs. Cleveland slap was fined fifty dollars and costs. She admitted to the officer who arrested her that she threw Tho Pancake As she wanted mrs. Cleveland to see what St. Louis pancakes were like. Thankful Tanner a notorious woman living a hermits life in the alums Cleveland o., who sued mrs. Garfield a couple years ago for being knocked Down by the latter a Carriage died the other Day. Her squalid hut was a perfect curiosity and its wretched inmate evidently perished from cold and want. An interesting Experiment was made in the Harbor at Newport r. A the other night to test the Efficacy the search lights the United states Cruiser Atlantic in Case a torpedo attack. The attacking Force consisted a Large number steam launches none whom could get sufficiently near the Atlantic to explode a torpedo. 1 he total assessed value the real estate new York state upon which the next equalization is to be made is $3,025,229,788, being an increase for the year 183 Over 1885 $125,330,726, about 41 per cent. There is also an increase in the assessment personal property amounting to $11,115,108, making an aggregate personal property assessed $335.89389. The venerable a Doe Quot Blodgett Sahel ii a nan., is one the few living old time Hunters and pioneers. He was born in 1790 in a Block House where Cincinnati now stands fought in the Indian wars in Ohio killed a Panther where now stands Columbus Speaks two Indian languages fluently it is a great Grandfather and looks and acts Lik it a Man sixty years. James i. Sott attended fifty Bull lights while in Spain. He said a a Friend mine asked me one Day Why i attended so Many Bull tights. I replied that it was probably for no other reason than that i won d like to see one the Bull lighters killed. That May seem a strange wish but the sport is so brutal and cruel that 1 desired to see the men who Are the cause this brutality receive a just compensation for general Sheridan lives simply but comfortably in the House Rhode Island Avenue Washington bought with the fund presented to him by his admirers after the War. To is at his office Early in the morning usually walking Down in fair weather and returning about five clock. He is intensely fond his children who Are handsome healthy Little youngsters. Sheridan receives As lieutenant general the army a salary $11,000 a year with allowances which bring this amount up to $13,-000. The East. Reports the recant great Torin Lake , received at Buffalo n. Y., the 25th. Show that fifteen vessels were wrecked and seven live lost. At Corinth n. Y., the Walls a paper Mill in course construction fell the 25th, killing four men. William , a noted Oil prospector and millionaire was drowned in tha Atlantic Ocean near Somer a Point n. J., the 25th. Henry Martin Jack the cashier the sub Treasury in new York City was the 20th discovered to be a defaulter to the extent $10,000 lie bad fled to Canada. The death Thomas m. Coleman who for Over Twenty five year was City editor the Public Ledger , occurred the 20th. A shanty at the new Aqueduct which is in course construction at new York was burned the 20 h and two men perished. At Sandwich mass., a bottle was picked up tiie 20th containing n message that the Steamer Sidney Wright was off key West Anu in danger foundering. The Wrght with a Crew six men left september 1-1, 1880, and was never heard from. In the town soda n. A mrs. Ketchum was literally scared to death the 20th by the attempts a Drunken Man to gain admission to her Home. The two daughters Michael Hogan North Adams mass., were us located the digit the 27ili by Gas from a Coal stove. Bear a mural j. W a. Nicholson retired expired the 28th at new Yore. Forty nine head , suffering from Lenro pneumonia were killed the 28th farm near new Brunswick n. Teemer Mcke to t. Pa., easily out rowed Gaudaur St a Tiuis in a sculling race tiie 28t i Lake Maran Cook Maine making the three Miles in 20 minutes 288 seconds. Father , Brooklyn the 28th pronounced As untrue the Story that he had Repen de his rebellious conduct and that he would be taken Back into the Church. A stick Rox containing the hacked and body a Man was found the 29ji Board a train tiie Lehigh Valley Railroad. It was be eved that the package was put the train at Elmira n. At Albany n. Y., Lara Baez a bakery and nine other buildings were burned the 30.h. Loss $200,000. A a m Jetmo Tho Central Libor Union in now York the 30th a Resolution was introduced providing for the inauguration a general str be in Case the exec Ion the condemned an resists in Chicago. $2,000 As a Reward. The express company and the passengers would give him $3,000 More. Peter Shockley shot and killed his father in Law James Currey an 1 then blew out his own Bruins near new Burlington ind., the 28th. An old grudge was Given As the cause. A fire the 28th destroyed the enter Prue newspaper office and several other business places at Greensburg ind. It was decide d at a meeting employing Job printers in Chicago the 28th to strenuously res St the demand the Chi a go typographical Union for a nine hour Day. At the Pennsyl Varda depot in Chicago the body a murdered Man was discovered the 28ck in a Carriage that Hud been shipped from new York. An in Holden a tire Brick works at m neral Point o., in the 28th fut Day scalded four persons and injured five others. At a negro Camp Rheet no near Brighton s. C., the 2tli a disturbance occurred and one Man was killed and six others were fatally injured. The loss the Schooner w. B Taylor Grain Laden from Chicago to Kingston ont with Allou 1 card was reported the 28th. The Central railway freight depot at los Angeles Cal and Many cars were destroyed by lire the 28 the causing a loss $200,-000. No insurance. Mrs. Huber a Cincinnati woman was sitting alone and asleep by her cooking stove the 29th. When some burning Coa s set tire to her and she was burned to death. The boarding House at the Iron Hill mining amp near l Adville col., was destroyed by lire the 29th, and mrs. James Brien and four children were burned to death. t Ake City advices the 29th say that the leaders the mormons have been so Harr used and annoyed late that they would be quite w Liing to openly forbid the practice polygamy if they were not afraid that by so doing they would endanger the j entire Church s Rue lure a trestle work the 82 Paul Railroad near Homer mum., was the 29vii burned by fiends and a passenger train was barely saved fro i wreck. The Gale Ihu lakes the 29th wrecked Many vessels s x being driven ashore at Alpena. At Tampa f.a., new cases yellow fever were reported the 30th, and three deaths. A Syndicate represented by j. West and Clinton a. Snowden the 29th purchased the Chicago Tim for $1,000,000. Tiie new owners will run the to emf As an Independent Sheet. The Steamer Superior arrived at Milwaukee the 29.ii, bringing news the loss the propeller Vernon near Manitowoc wis. 1 he ill fated vessel had Board a Crew Twenty one men besides passengers the exact number not being known and All hands perished. Real estate to the value $100,000 was Given by . D. K. Pearsons and wife Chicago the 29th to be equally divided Between the congregational and presbyterian theological seminaries in Chi a Cago. The six Day walking match at Kansas i City was won by Ilo gland the 30i.h, he j making 180 Miles. The town Liali and a livery stable with horses at Cedarville 0., were burned the 29th. W. H. Reynolds connected in the capacity editor with the Ashland time was shot and killed the 29th by James Mason brother c. D. Mason Ashland j who had a libel suit against Reynolds four negroes convicted the murder a Man in Alabama were the 29.h sentenced to be party tiie people As opposed to monopolists and Putlino robbers. Revenue Reform and reduction taxation the Workingman and his earnings. In a murder trial at Nevada City the other Day the attorney for the defense objected to the admission the murdered Many a dying statement As testimony the ground that he was unsound mind when he made the statement his brain having suffered from injury so As to Render him incompetent. The judge ruled against the defense. The objection Calls to mind the plea the Man who was trial for having murdered his father and Mother and who asked the clemency the court the ground that he was an orphan. At last a use has been found for the scotch Thistle and agriculturists v. Ill no longer regard it As a terrible nuisance. An australian Farmer who had some his land overrun with the prickly growth passed them through the ens Ilage process with the result that he obtained a Quantity ens Ilage which his cattle readily consumed. In some parts Australia the Thistle has like the Rabbit been kept within Bounds with great difficulty but Dairy Farmers Are now advised to take advantage the luxurious growth for cows. Judge Law Klinson. Of Baltimore a few Days ago celebrated the sixth eighth anniversary his connection with the government. He will be eighty five years age next March. October 19, 1819, judge Lawrenson received an appointment in the Baltimore Post office and in 1831 was transferred to the Post office department at Washinton. He goes to Washington from Baltimore every morning and returns to tie latter i y in the evening. He has made this j annoy daily for More than fifty years. To is in caul Parati Veu Good health. West and South. The four your Oid Sonoff George w. Moore Brazil ind., was Fatu la burned the 25th, and the boys grandmother in attempting to mount a horse to go for a doctor was thrown off and fatally in ired. At Tampa thirteen new cases yellow fever and three de this occurred the 25 h. Tim Outlook a is disc our g no. Charles Baldwin sex Justice the peace h prison township ind., while out Hunting the 25.h, was accidentally shot and de by his son. Gold was reported toe 25th to have been Romul the West Bank the cup pea River fifteen mile3 from its Mouth. Specimens exhibited at eau Claire 4yift, were said to 1 e High value. In a me Ninati the 25th five Hundred cases typhoid fever were reported and i the disa Iise was rapidly spreading j it was reported the 25th from the Northwest that the thermometer registered a Point lower that Date than Ever before in october. On the 20th a number ejectment suite were decided against Farmers in Pope county 111., and in favor non resident claimants. The closing game the series for the worlds base bail championship played the a Otis St Louis resulted St. Louis 9 Detroit 2. In the fifteen games which Detroit won ten Detroit scored 71 and the St. Lou s Browns 53 runs. 1 Here had been up to the 20th from 225 to 25o cases Vel fever at Tampa fia., and 34 deaths. Two companies rangers were ordered to Starr county tex., the 20.h to protect the inhabitants from the raids mexican bandits. The steamship gaelic arrived in ran Francisco the 20th bringing news the drowning three Hundred persons in chinese Waters by Tho wrecking two s. Earners. Louisiana republicans will hold a state convention at new Orleans january 23 for the purpose nominating state officers. Reuben White Decatur o., who died the 27th, was said to in one Hundred and three years ago. Deceased who was a coloured Man took part in Tho War 1812. Sex minister was Burns was Laid in his final resting place at Galena 1l, the 27th. Many prominent people from a distance and a Large number Early settlers to Daviess county former friends and associates the deceased were present at the funeral. The recently reported evictions in Texas by a Syndicate foreign Cap t lists was the 27th absolutely by the officials the company. A reunion the grand army men Ohio Indiana and Kentucky commenced at Cincinnati the 27th. In the Parade five thousand men were in line. While crossing Hillsboro Inlet in a Rowboat James e. Hamilton a mail Carrier Between Maine and Lake , the South Atlantic coast Florida was pulled from this boat and devoured by Sharks the 27th. The accounts Vincent b. Whitney a ticket agent for the twelve different railroads which enter the relay depot St. Louis mo., were discovered the 27ih to be Short $5,000. He had disappeared. The laying the Corner Stone the Monument to be erected at i Cemond to the memory general Robert e. Lee took place the 27th with appropriate ceremonies. Banker Rawson Chicago was the 27th recovering 6lowly from the wounds inflicted by his step son Lee in front a Church and his physicians said that his prospects for return to health were Good. In order to reduce the Large surplus now the Mich Gan halt association the 27fh determined to s. Tae manufacture Salt from december 1 to april 1. Colonel Charles b. Flood a Veteran journalist expired the 27th at Columbus o., aged s Vonty seven years. The James l. R Gan printing company Chicago assigned the 27th for $125,000. An expos the 2slh in i n. Top lifts Carriage factory at Cleveland o., instant a killed two men and seriously injured three others. A freight train the Rock Island was wrecked by a Tel graph to e placed i he track by unknown fiends the 28th, the Engineer and fireman being killed. It was believed that the intention the inhuman perpetrators the deed was to derail the Kansas City express Wuich fortunately was half an hour late. The governor Texas the 28th paid j. E Breitb to e express Messing r who recently killed two robbers Uear a i faso. Foreign intelligence. Near l Ort , Gnu tiie Barge Oriental foundered the 2i h and five persons were lost during a Gale off Cape Lorn the 25th the British Bank Balaklava was and nine her Crew were washed overboard and drowned in a Petroleum refinery at Dunkirk Franca an explosion the 20th killed ten persons and seriously injured seven oth is. Servian so Diers had a conflict with albanian the 20th in which ten the former and Twenty the latter were Kil de. It was reported the 20th that for thirty three Days shocks earthquake Iliad been Feit almost daily the Island i Layul i consequence a panic had be Zed Tae inhabitants and business was almost entirely suspended. The res Dence Adelina Patti in Wales was the 20-h rep de to have been tiered by burglars and a Quantity valuable jewelry s Olen Johannes ii Odge the principal founder the German Catholic Denom nation exp Iii at Vienna the 20th, aged seventy four years. Or. Wilfrid Blunt formerly a tory was sentence i at Dublin the 27th to two months imprisonment for speak no at a proo aimed meeting in violation the Irish crimes act. The loss life resulting from the recent gait s the eng so Coas was the 27th placed at . Many vessels were also wrecked the Village cad a Spain was wiped out by lire the 27th. A Bill to resist excessive drinking throughout Austria was in reduce 1 in the k the 27ch by the austrian government. Off who e Island n. S., n fishing boat was sunk the 27th, and Tiree men were drowned. On he 28th Thomas Robertson a member the Nova Scotia legislature adm item that his agents had been guilty hiring teams to convey voters to the polling places. And his seat was declared vacant Emigrant a pent were issued by the american Consul at Ottawa during Tho t ree Days ended the 28th to fifty persons who proposed to go to the United states to Settle. At Minguia Ami Perth Hungary seven Young widow were arrested the 28th charged murder my Hus Bank during a Gale in the English Channel fourteen persons lost lives the 29th. Or. Chamberlain who is to represent England in the fishery negotiations started from London the 29 ii for America. At Quebec the 29.h a earthquake Shock was Felt later. In a runaway Accident at Louisville ky., the 3uth ult. Mrs. George Bauin Bach was thrown from a vehicle and instantly killed and his aged father Foially injured. Tiie mormon missionaries have applied to the Porte for permission to establish a mormon Community in Turkey. It is expected permission w ill be granted. The receipts the government for october amounted to $31,803,172 and the expenditures to $12,474 052. Being an excess receipts $19 328 520. Tho decrease the Public debt for october is estimated at $14,-000,000. Antonio infantes made a balloon ascension at St. Louis Tho 30th ult before an audience 2,000 persons when up 500 feet Tho hot air bag collapsed and the aeronaut fell rapidly to the Earth. Death was instantaneous. A terrible explosion giant powder occurred the 81st ult., in the for cite works. Lake Hopatcong n. Four men were killed and half a dozen were injured. Not Only were the works destroyed but also several buildings in Tho Vicinity. me the injured May die. What claims to be a True Story the recovery a. ewarts body show thai $20,000 was paid for it and it now rests under the dome Tho Cathedral at Garden City l. I. A dispatch from Franklin la., says n general strike knights labor Plantation hands has been ordered by the executive Board that District. The District comprises the parishes by. Mary Iberia 8t. Martin Terrebonne and Lafourche. A fire at Cincinnati the 31st up. Destroyed Tho building the american Cotton seed Oil company causing a loss $150,000. At Cincinnati the 3ist ult. Mrs. Miller living prone Street threw her nine year old child Viola out a third Story window and then leaped out after Fier. The Mother was instantly killed and the child can not recover. The woman was the wife a Saloon keeper and the act was caused by her husband s drunkenness neglect and cruelty. Captain a. R. Yates was formally relieved the Cor Amaud t he training ship new Hampshire at Newport r. I., the 3istult. By commander f. Higginson. Jeremian Ltd ii and Daniol Brien were blown to atoms at Anaconda. M. T., the 31st up. By the explosion fifty pounds giant powder. T he cause the explosion Isa mjg Story. At Phacia n. Y., the 31st Utt. Wih Iaru Shaler blew his wife a brains out with a pistol and then put a Bullet through his own head dying almost instantly. The couple had been married Only a year but had not lived happily. A disastrous explosion occurred the 31st nit. At one the packing Bouses the Atlantic dynamite works near Jmc Cains Vilie n. J., six Cleyen Toneu were a Day injured. Speech by Hon. Joseph ii. Outhwaite at Milford Clermont county. But a few weeks ago the attention the whole people was directed to the financial situation the country. In business circles there was deep sus pin. The piling up the surplus in the Treasury created alarm for the withdrawal so much Money from daily use might precipitate a panic. The Wise course the Secretary the Treasury has temporarily averted that disaster. But now More than Ever before do the people realize that something must he done by Way legislation As soon As possible to prevent this accumulation the surplus Revenue. Shall we cease collecting More taxes from tiie people than Are required to pay Ali expenses and just obligations the government shall we Rush into lavish prodigal and extravagant schemes to spend the great amounts collected Kach week Day sees one million dollars gathered from the people Ami poured into the vaults the Treasury. One fourth this at least is not needed. The parties stand upon nearly the same ground with regard to the necessity for a reduction the amount annually col a Etc by the government from the people. To assert that a judicious reduction the present burdensome Tariff must be made. The republicans admit that less Revenue should be collected that new expenditures must be entered upon. We demand that the tax upon the necessaries life and upon the raw materials which enter into the production such necessaries shall be diminished. They insist that the chief reduction shall be upon tobacco and whisky and favor an increase the Tariff upon articles which Are essential to the daily welfare and Comfort the people. In the forum for August Leader this fall says a the present duties May need revision some May be too High others May be too in the same article he declares a it was hoped that some acceptable Way would be found to dispense with at least to Lessen so far As the United states government is concerned the internal taxes whisky and tobacco no longer needed by it and to enable the several states who do need them to get the revenues arising from this More recently lie asserts for his party a we want to continue this polio revising the duties from time to time As changed conditions May require until we have completely outgrown the necessity for it. A but he objects to our revising the taxing system the National government because we have no comprehensive business judgment we Are Ine Pables. Only republicans in whom has been produced greater intelligence and better morals by �8 j protective Tariff Quot policy Are sufficiently qualified. Before i conclude i shall pay Sony attention to a few bits the Superior intelligence produced by this policy. What Are the striking differences Between the policies the two parties with regard to Tho Tariff ? the Republican party says taxation for Pur poses Protection. The democratic Pai to. Taxation for payment All necessary government expenses. The former regards not the amount needed for the proper support tiie government nor the fair distribution the burdens upon Consumers. Twenty years were they building up sysum. Taking advantage o .8 the necessities the Treasury during the War enormous duties Laid upon a multitude articles often suggested by the avarice the capital engaged in the industries to be benefited. Frequent revisions a tinker Ings were in order by Republican congresses projected and intended to increase the burdens the people. At last an overflowing Treasury cried out for Relief to the oppressed. A Republican president and his Secretary the Treasury were compelled to give heed to the distressing situation. Upon Earnest recommendation to Congress a Tariff commission was created composed chiefly the partisans Protection. It went abroad through the country and investigated the business needs thereof. It reported that the Best conservative business interests the country demanded a reduction duties from 20 to 25 per cent. We were Given Only from 5 to 6 per cent., instead this action they now boast. The Republican National convention meeting in 1881, the very next year pledged a it Elf to Correct the irregularities the Tariff a who created these irregularities Why were they continued so Long through whose scheming were they not corrected while at the work amending what have they since done towards keeping this pledge nothing. Which party can the More Saf iffy be entrusted with the revision our tax ing system is one tiie chief issues this Campaign. Let us discuss this subject fairly and dispassionately. Several important things deserve to be carefully weighed when considering this question. Let us examine first the claim that All labor is better paid in this country Trail in other countries because the protective policy. I shall not present the facts and statistics to show that in Many instances the wages that seem higher Are really no greater value account the difference in purchasing Power at the different localities. Man generally prefers the greater sum nominally. To show him that the comforts life which he can buy with the greater Days wage Are Only equal to those which another Man in another country can Purchase his lesser earnings Seldom convinces him that he is not working at an advantage. Long As he believes that thy apparently greater return for his labor is the result a system Laws he is Likely to support that system. Why should he do so if it is not the result did you Ever hear a Republican politician explain How his pet system keeps our labor up his explanation is like this we have a protective Tariff labor has Good wages. Labor is better paid in this country than in England which has free Trade. Therefore All wages Are kept up Here by Protection. But what becomes such an argument when governor concedes the fact that labor is better paid in England than in any the other countries with which we must compete while some those other countries have protective Tariff Quot systems Why done to Protection work As favourably to labor if those countries the governor says a we Are not responsible for the bad governments surplus population and Corise j quent cheap labor clearly in that language he makes a Concession that the cheapness labor there is in j consequence bad governments and surplus population. Royal establish Bents standing armies great navies i Cost those people something to main i Tain. It will not do to say that the badness the governments consist Only in having ire Kiaie instead i a Fotiou Foy he has Juh pronounced i judgment in favor the wages in the great example free Trade England As against her protectionist fellow competitors. In 1880, when workmen were threatened with closing a shops if Hancock should be elected president the Union he helped to save the republicans circulated a Cam pain document to show these men they were trying to frighten into frenzied support ticket How much better wages were Here than in Europe. It showed too much for argument. It showed the average weekly wages in fifteen employments $7.07 in free Trade England with an average Only $3.64 in the same employment in protectionist Germany. As it is the custom our opponents to Point to this free Trade country As a frightful example let me Call attention to the fact that the rates wages paid in Many tie industries that country have increased from 50 to 100 per cent during the past forty years and since it adopted the Revenue Tariff policy. I cite this fact merely As tending to prove that rates wages do not always depend upon Protection. Before the Republican party was born wages in this country were better than in Europe in like employments. they were before any protective Tariff was enacted. This last statement May seem a Little Strong in View tiie fact that governor Foraker says the second statute president Washington signed was a protective Law. Where is the evidence that it was any thing but a simple Revenue measure to provide Means for paying the Public debt and to carry the government with such incidental Protection As might thus result it provided expressly that wire Copper Plale Cotton drugs furs Lead hides skins and raw Ucol shall enter free and fixes a duty one article at 5 per cent. Sixteen articles at 7 per cent. Nine articles at 10 per cent one article at 12 per cent. One article at 15 per cent., and about forty others specific duties which would Range about the same per cent. What would our High Tariff men say to such Low duties now the most enthusiastic Revenue reformer does not want to reduce our duties to an average less than twice As much As these. 1 wish to modify what 1 said about finding no evidences Protection in this Law. There is one example Peculiar to that Early Day. The duty All Glass manufactures not otherwise provided for is ten per cent except Black quart bottles they come in free for the use and Benefit democrats. To support the assertion i made a few minutes ago 1 wish to quote a statesman High repute among republicans Alexander Hamilton. He in a report made before any Tariff legislation was enacted mentions that wages for similar employments were As a Rule higher in this country than in Europe. He said also in substance that the manufacturers could afford to pay them. Such also has always been the Case during periods Low tariffs in this country. there was any Tariff when we had a Tariff for Revenue Only and when it has been High Protection the fact was Ever the same wages in this country were higher than in any country in Europe free Trade Protection in like occupations. For the first half Century our government the protectionists never thought such a cry As they now set up about saving our labor from Competition with the pauper labor Europe. In fact that chorus has swollen in volume immensely since the chief promoters Protection were enabled by Republican legislation to bring Over Tho pauper labor Europe under contracts to compete our own soil with our labourers and wage earners an abuse that democratic legislation has somewhat suppressed. Under All circumstances and at All times labor has been better paid in our land than in Europe. Without stopping to give statistics to present reasons for this state Quot facts i wish simply to emphasize tie truth. There is another proposition like significance that i wish to emphasize. A the d for once Between the wages paid in agriculture in the United states and in those paid in agriculture in Europe has go Nora by been orca than in any other form farm hands have generally been paid from 50 to 200 per cent More in the United states than in Europe. Far More our citizens Are engaged in agriculture than in any other Industry and it is has always been less protected. The difference Between the wages Here and the wages in Europe in certain other industries. Which from very nature it is impossible to protect by a Tariff is As great greater in our favor than is the difference Between the wages in the so called protected industries this country and the wages like occupations in Europe including great Britain. Especially is this True the stonecutters Tho bricklayers the carpenters the painters the various kinds employees our railroads the plasterers the car Drivers the brakeman the conductor the clerks the copyists and a multitude other occupations. The average earnings in any one those occupations in this country during tit Low Tariff Days 1856 to 1860, exceeded the average earnings like occupations in Europe quite As much As do the average earnings in the protected industries Here exceed the earnings in the same industries in free Trade England. Again there is almost As great a difference Between the wages paid employees in the pro Tefre i industries in different parts this country. As Pickaway said in one Iii letters a How can this happen under perfect protective Tariff Law enacted solely to protect labor and make it Happy Why done to the old thing equalize itself More Quot there is another strange result Protection. Since 1880 wages have fallen off More than 20 per cent in several tin industries that were especially cared for under High Protection. Why did it not prevent this nine men out ton work in the unprotected industries this country. The nine Are taxed for the Benefit the tenth by virtue Republican leg j isolation. Where does return c me from and when ii it a much is each one these nine taxed for the Benefit the other one who has influenced directed i might aim it St say controlled the distribution the Burden the capitalist benefited by it. 1 know our governor has said a the old time Stock argument the free trader that Tariff duties Are a tax the consumer has been completely it is True Tariff duties Are not always a tax to full amount. But do we not know that the prices articles almost without exception have risen when duties were levied upon them to fall again when the Tariff was reduced removed that Lias been so whether the particular article was imported produced Here. Take the common necessaries 1 be Salt and sugar. During the last four years before the War Liverpool Salt being free from duty ranged from 62 cents to $1.15 per sack. From 1863 to 1872, when the duty was 24 cents per Hundred p kinds in sacks bags and barrels it ranged Fri it a is. 20 to $4.10 per sack Selling during the years this High Tariff generally As High As $3 per sack. Since the reduction the duty to 12 it cats per Hundred it has not been above $2.50 and has ranged about $1.75. The changes in the Price our Domestic Salt has been quite As marked and concurrent with the like change in the imported Salt. Sugar also free in the same four years sold As Low As 4 cents per Pound and not higher than 9 cents ranging generally from 5 to 8. It increased in Price More than Tho rate duty when it was put and came Down correspondingly when the duty was reduced. But i shall not to argue such a proposition. The government collected last year by Tariff duties $188,900,090, being at least three dollars for every Man woman and child in the country. It is Gratifying news indeed that somebody else paid it All for us. What an easy Way for a nation to grow Rich. What is tiie use reducing the Tariff if this plan somebody else pays nearly All our expenses. Go ask any importer goods upon which is a Tariff duty who pays it 11c a ill Tell 3 he does. Ask him How he acts it Back. He will answer by adding it to the Price the article before he Sells it so that the buyer will pay it to him again although he May not know that he docs. Buy any such article while in the bonded Ware House to take with you a trip to Europe. You will get it As much cheaper than if you waited until it came through the warehouse As the amount the duty. How would a protective duty enable the capitalist to pay his labor better wages As he claims it does unless it permitted him to charge More for the product that labor How has it enabled the capitalists engaged in some the protected industries to grow immensely Rich upon profits unless it has permitted them to tax the Consumers this country to the extent a portion the duty is such a thing just has the government the right to enrich the few at the expense the Many the Cincinnati commercial Gazette describing a recent Republican meeting at Springfield o., says a Tho orator illustrated the advantage Protection to american workmen by stating that the cig Annaker in Cin a Cannati get from $1 to $3 per Day. Just across the Gulf coolie labor costs the cuban Cigar manufacturer Only ten to Twenty five cents per Day. Under free Trade the latter would drive the american cig Annaker from the As no one contemplates free Trade in this country at this time i shall pay no attention to the last sentence the orator. But to show How the Protection has been worked in this Industry i will go to the census again. In 1880 there were 250 Cigar r-5 n and cigarette factories in that City employing 2,765 persons including females and children. The average wages a Man were about $1.30 per Day $388.15 per year. The amount paid for labor was 32 cents each dollars product. The duty was ninety cents each dollars imported and Tho manufacturer realized 110 per cent each Dollar his capital. Now who is the protected party in this Case governor Foraker in his opening speech says a by Means Protection Ive arc rapidly reaching a Point not otherwise attainable whereas to Many our products we can undersell the whole world in spite pauper labor and ultimately have free Trade without detriment to our labor our country its by Means Protection we shall soon have free Trade. What do we want with free Trade Why should we make haste to reach it All blessings flow from Protection. Then what Good can come to the country through free Trade by Means Protection now you arc going to bring our labor Down to a level with the pauper labor free Trade England. Of consistency thou Art a jewel again i quote from his Caldwell speech a take any Industry you May and you will find that it has such Home Competition that there is a continual struggle to cheapen production. The consequence is that we have so far cheapened the production Many our leading manufacturers that we not Only can buy them at less Cost than we could before the Tariff Quot duty was imposed but we can also Export them and sell them in successful Competition in other countries. This is True hardware cutlery clocks watches farm implements glassware crockery Ware axes saws machinery fire arms pails stoves lamps Cotton goods and cloths and various other things that might As a a appropriately be then i suppose he thinks we might As Well take All a great portion the duty from these articles. This state affairs with regard to Many these articles has come about in spite Protection and not by virtue it. The raw material for nearly every one them was taxed. Of but the labor was protected let us again look Over the latest census report that 1880, and see How much the Protection some them was and How it was distributed. The duty each dollars hardware imported was 45 cents. While the manufacturer paid his labor Only 31 cents each dollars produced he realized for himself 37 cents each Dollar capital he employed. Of cutlery the duty was 45 and 50 cents. Labor received 38 cents and capital 25 per cent. On glassware the duty was from 35 to 45 cents. Labor received 47 cents each dollars product and capital 24 per cent. Crockery Ware duty 25, 55 and 60 cents labor 41.3 cents capital s3 per cent. Saws Dut 40 cents labor 31.1 capital 29 per cent. Cotton goods duty 30 to 50 cent. Labor 21.6 and capital 23 per cent. With the exceptions glassware you s e that in each Case the duty Laid to protect the labor in this country engaged in the manufacture the article from Competition with the pauper labor Europe account the diff a ence in wages was More than the whole the wages paid to the labor Here. Such is the fact in the Case Many other protective duties. Often the profits to the capitalists were a greater per cent. An Ohio Industry that has the deepest so i etude our governor account the labourer therein deserves Especial consideration. He is very Earnest that we shall not go to Europe three thousand Miles away for our Coal when exhaust less quantities Are buried in the ground beneath our feet. Coal is protected. Seventy five cents per ton Tariff duty ought to keep it from being brought three thousand Miles across the water and one thousand across the land to compete with Coal which is mined for sixty7 cents per ton. But there Are our miners to protect against the Palter labor Europe. Seventy five cents duty and $1.65 per ton transportation ought to do that. We have from Republican stump speakers and press dismal and depressing stories the wretched poverty those who go Down hundreds feet into the bowels the Earth in England and Wales to earn a scanty and miserable livelihood digging Coal. But our Coal miners they claim Are protected in better wages. They get what do they get in Pennsylvania fifty cents in Ohio sixty cents per ton. The tenth annual report the Bureau labor statistics to the general Assembly the state Ohio for the year 1886, Page 238, gives a table showing the annual earnings some thirty two trades and occupations for the ten years last past. For the year 1885miners earnings were $220.21, and for the year 1886 they were $239.65 while the Ordinary Day Laborera a earnings for the former year were $265.12, and for the last $369.75. Each these years that class labor which it is impossible to protect by Tariff duties the product Days work earned More than the miners in protected Industry. Yes for nine years the ten Tae common labourer earned More than the Miner. What is the matter Here no need to Cross three thousand Miles water to find examples the poverty and destitution the Coal Miner. You will Lind it nearer Home. Tell us if you can Why your boasted Blessing Protection is never Felt by them. Earnings miners. From the same report pages 214 and 216, 1 have selected from individual eases and give the earnings the family number persons in the family also the rooms occupied by them and expenses. Sundries. A i t4 2 sickness. E5j dry a. F a c 5 hoots and shoes. 5? i2 clothing. £82 groceries. Meat. 1 c 22 in to fuel. Rent. Rooms occupied. O flow persons in family. X x u a a adults working total. %7,id others in family. Husband. In the first ease we have two adults earning but $312 in the year with which to support a family eight persons. The great part income is spent for groceries and the eight people during the whole year have Only $25 meat and $35 dry goods and clothing. Less than 50 cents per week for the meat for eight persons and an average $4.12 cents for each member the family to spend for the clothing and dry goods to last them for twelve months. The second ease is that one Miner who makes $216 to keep his family eight in a four room House for which he pays $60 rent. They have More meat in the year $36 and less clothing $16 not ten cents a Day for the meat for that family eight and Only $2 per year for the clothing each one them. The third Case shows How the Miner living about like the average but visited by sickness runs fearfully in debt during the year. The fourth one if Tho average miners in England a Wales arc worse off than this one Here in protected America god pity them. With a family six crowded into two rooms he has less than 20 cents per week for meat and $1.50 per week for groceries for All them $10 buys the clothing and a like sum the dry goods and $15 the boots and shoes that family during the whole year. The smallness his annual income $150�?May be accounted for in a measure by sickness which Cost him $20. But there Are several miners reported in the same table whose earnings were less than his. I Hope no protectionist will say that i favor reducing the wages labor in this country to the level the pauper labor Europe because 1 emphatically declare that i can not see that this system has Eleva to it d the condition these men above that pauper labor. It is True that the wages have recently been improved somewhat both in Price for digging has advanced five cents per ton and in amount for the demand for Coal has increased. Yes the demand for fuel has grown late. Prosperity has smiled Many industries. Confidence in the stability prudence and sagacity the financial policy the democratic administration is promoting new enterprises and stimulating old ones. The honest energetic Wise and patriotic course Grover Cleveland and his Cabinet have revived the recollect d the glorious growth the repro ii in the palmy Days the democracy and refuted All the miserable and malicious predictions evils to the country which our opponents have poured out against our party in every Campaign recent years. While they were thus abusing us without stint they were diverting the minds men from investigating the methods by which monopolies were fostered. The people Are now discovering that there Are Many manufactures also in which As in the Coal mining the amount protective Tariff Quot is greater than the whole amount paid labor. To what conclusion must they come with regard to the value and Efficacy the boasted Republican system Tariff duties As a Means increasing wages it certainly works very irregularly and unequally to say the least. Profits however Are much better secured by its operation except Hornc Competition reduces destroys them. Take for example tiie duty Copper. Since the War closed some capitalists purchased for a trifle lands recently belonging to the government in Northern Michigan Copper cards. They began to work the mines and went to Congress and got a duty three cents a Pound the Ore and five cents a Pound the coppers All behalf labor. The duty almost prevented any foreign Copper from coming in. These Copper dictators fixed the Price All that was used in the United states and they fixed it higher than it was in any other civilized nation. When the mines produced More than be used Here it was sent abroad sometimes to free Trade England and there sold at Twenty per cent less than we were charged for it. A few thousand labourers received for thed dangerous unhealthful and arduous services about $500 per year wages. The owners upon an investment not to exceed nine million dollars have pocketed from fifteen to Twenty millions. Each year in the name american labor they have levied tribute upon Tho people to enrich themselves. Other monopolies have perpetrated like abuses especially the steel rails and quinine and plate Glass Mono lies All fostered by Republican legislation. A protectionist Friend pointed out to me some instances great charities by favored monopolists As an example the Good results the system. Some people seem to think that Tho government should take care the Rich so that they May occasionally be Good to the poor. If we follow the Rule the greatest Good to the greatest number the government will first take care the poor. But give us just and equitable Laws favouring neither class and this will afford All the care that either should expect. The Farmer and the Tariff. But . Foraker says that he knows that the Farmer is benefited by the protective Tariff. That the Farmer Sells All he produces from 50 to 200 per cent higher than he Ever dreamed in free Trade times and that every Domestic article he buys is from 50 to 200 percent cheaper Anat the same time from 50 to 500 per cent better in Quality. A facts equal Potency can be cited without limit in favor the policy Protection in its effects upon All the other industries the the first proposition is answered by quotation from the Market report the Day his speech wheat at 69 and 70 cents per Bushel. Corn from 42 to 45 cents per Bushel. Oats from 26 to 30 cents per Bushel. Rye out a 49 to 50 cents per Bushel. Lard $6.60 and $6.62 per cwt. Butter 15 to 19 cents Dairy per Pound Yvo ool 32 to 37 cents per Pound. Fine beef cattle from $3.50 to $4.00 per cwt. The Farmers the country know How much improvement in Price there has been in the great bulk his productions. 1 need not Tell him he never saw worse times under a Revenue Tariff than he has experienced under the highest Protection Tariff Quot. If the first proposition be True that a protective Tariff had increased the Price All that the Farmer Sells from 50 to 200 per cent then a protective Tariff Quot has increased the Price All that is bought by the rest Mankind from the Farmers from 50 to 200 per cent. Tiow would it Benefit the wage earner in towns and cities to make him pay from one half to two times As much More for his eggs his chickens his Mutton his beef his fruit his Mush and milk and his bread and butter we democrats sometimes complain a protective Tariff because it increases in Many instances unnecessarily the Price such articles As come from abroad. But Here is a Republican Leader boasting that it also increases the Price every article that our own Farmers raise for us. Now for the other proposition a every Domestic article he buys is from fifty to two Hundred per cent cheapness is what High protective Tariff men have been fighting. But dirt a a cheap is dear to this cheapness. My arithmetic taught me that one Hundred per cent any number was equal to that number the whole it. That if you sold any thing for one Hundred percent less than it Cost you got nothing for it. That was in the Days before Protection had increased intelligence to such an extent that you could take 200 per cent away from the Price an article and have enough left to protect the labor engaged in the manufacture that article from the pauper labor Europe. But the Farmer is not the Only one our fellow citizens according to this Republican statesman whom a protective Tariff has Given two Hundred per cent going to Market and two Hundred percent coming from Market and five Hundred while there. Let us quote him again. A facts equal Potency can be cited without limit in favor the policy Protection in its effect upon All the other industries tiie grand glorious Sublime Protection making every thing from 50 to 200 per cent dearer and every thing from 50 to 200 per cent cheaper and from 50 to 600 per cent better what tiie census shows. Blit the census 1880 does not show such wonderful Prosperity in our agriculture in Ohio. We had that year 247,189 farms an average 99 acres each and the total value $1,127,-497,353, having implements and machinery $30,521,180, making a capital $1,158,018,533, not including live Stock which amounts to $103,707,-730. A total capital $1,261,726,263. The estimated value All farm productions sold consumed hand for 1879, amounted to $156,777,153, which dial not exceed 12 per cent the total capital invested without deducting any thing for labor taxes interest insurance repairs. There were engaged in the occupation agriculture in the whole state at that time 397,495 persons All Ages from 10 years upward. If we allow for one Man and a half an average to each farm it would require 364,783 men. The average annual income from each average farm would hive been not to exceed $645. That is to say the Farmer realized an average from a farm ninety nine acres the sum $615, out which to pay his labor his repairs his taxes his interest if he owed any thing his farm Stock his insurance and then support his family. Think that and compare his lot with that some Tho capitalists in protected monopolies such As the plate Glass monopoly. Perhaps that would be too significant. Then compare it with the results in the mechanical and manufacturing i dus tries some the Eastern states wherein the capitalists have from 30 to 38 per cent to Divide among themselves after paying for All labor and material. In Maine it was in 1880, 30 per cent Connecticut 33 per cent., and Massachusetts 38 per cent upon the capital invested. These states have been the Homes Protection. Here in Ohio the Farmers return upon $1,000 his capital before paying his labor was Only $125 for the year. In Massachusetts the manufacturers return for the year $1,000 his capital was $380, after paying his labor. Foraker a land tax scheme. I have no doubt whatever that the governor believed the statement he made the marvelous Prosperity the Farmer As the result the protective system. He must have been thoroughly satisfied it. This May account for his earnestness and vigor in his special message to the general Assembly april 6, 1886, urging a that the valuation real estate rarely exceeds 75 per cent and ranges downward from that Point As Low As 25 per cent its True this a r also account for his insisting in that message a that so Long As the present valuation real estate stands great injustice will be done to All whose property is even approximately correctly valued and the state will continue unable to meet the Public demands without yes lie Felt that the Farmers the country had grown Rich by virtue the blessings the Republican National taxing system and were wrongfully escaping share the state taxation. Accordingly he called attention the general Assembly to delinquency and a recommended therefore that a revaluation be had at once instead waiting for the next decennial valuation in 1890.�?� but the legislature did not take the same View the situation. there Are a great Many people who doubt that such recommendations were Ever made by the governor. A garbled changed copy this message is being circulated by those politicians who do not wish the people to know what was actually proposed. But the governor prefers to stand by his own language. What i have read to you is from the Senate journal 1886, pages 361 and 363, and is in his own words. The people s lands reclaimed. Let us turn from the land taxing proposal this Republican state administration to the the land saving policy the democratic National Adin Inesti action. We have become familiar with statements the immense acreage the Public Domain which had been granted to railway and other corporations by the Republican party. We have seen them giving to favorite bodies capitalists tracts the Public lands which in the aggregate equal tha territory several the largest states in the Union. We indulge in a just and pardonable Pride that neither before the Republican party came into Power nor since the return our party has a s n re Aero been Given to the corporations by our party. We claim credit for a distinctly aggressive policy to recover restore and retain for the use actual settlers All the land that can be rightfully secured for them. To do Titis re a res the correction monstrous abuses which have sprung in existence and flourished under Republican Rule. Leases by cattle syndicates great bodies lands belonging to the in a a Diane at trifling rates had been sane a toned. Disturbances were arising because the frauds deceptions which had been practice upon the Indian to Rob them Homes. This administration summarily broke up that practice and caused those land grabbers to vacate at once. Quiet was restored and the neighbouring settlers ceased to entertain alarms. But tracts Public lands had been seized upon and fenced in by ranch men without a thought the rights Citi a d Zens seeking Homes even the passing traveler. Over such dominions the cattle lord and Tho cow boy reigned supreme. Cleveland a administration immediately began to drive off those usurpers. Among them Wero some prominent Republican statesmen. Stephen Dorsey Wras compelled to Tako Down thirty live Miles Fence. A prominent Lepow sinner . w Allerton Chicago recently said a nothing but the election James g. Blaine with his Broad views affairs can Avert disaster to the vast ranch interests the d Elul lamentation because the faithful execution the Law. We know that . Blaine had very a abroad views a especially when a corporation was trying to get a Broad strip the Broad acres Tho people s lands. But he will never to elected president in time to prevent these Rich squatters from being driven from unlawful holdings. Let to show How rapidly and effectively this administration ours is moving to right these wrongs. have Tho officials the general land office sought out 465 eases unlawful enclosures the Public lands covering in the aggregate nearly 7,000,000 acres Over one third As much As the tillable acreage the state Ohio. In it feedings have been instituted to compel the removal the fences in 133 eases enclosing 3,275,444 acres which Are still pending. Proceedings have been successful the efforts special agents the land office in 165 cases aggregating 3,394,766 acres and the land thus thrown open to actual settlers. From 250,744 acres the fences were being removed when last examined and eases amounting to Over a million and a half acres Are awaiting action investigation. All these Casen will be determined in favor the people before the Man with a abroad views gets a glance at them. I now wish to Call your attention to another Way in which lands have been recovered for the people. At the risk being tedious i will read you a statement showing the estimated number acres restored to the Public Domain under orders Tho Secretary the Interior dated August 13, 15 and 17, 1887, revoking the indemnity withdrawals for the Benefit certain railroads and Wagon roads. Same Hoad. To Acret restored. Alabama and Chattanooga r. It. 2.500 Atlantic and Pacific k. ,290.0uo California und Oregon it it.1.000,000 Chicago and St. Paul Minneapolis and Omaha r. It. 125,000 Dallas military .1,200,000 Florida railway and navigation co. 342.uoo Gulf and ship Island. 270,01 0 Marquette Houghton and Ontonagon r. A. 400.0 0 Missouri Kansas and Texas r. R .5.700 new Orleans Pacific it. It. 200.0 a a Northern Pacific it. R.68,946,400 Oregon and California r. R.1,800,000 Oregon Central Wagon . 700,000 St. , Iron Mountain and Southern r. A. 15,000 St. Paul and Duluth r. A. 8-000 Southern Pacific it. R.8,801,000 Vicksburg Shreveport and Pacific it. R. 19,000 Wisconsin Central r. It. 200,000 total.21,323.600 a not including 550.0m acres within Indian reservation. B not including 903,000 acres within Indian reservation. There again we have an acreage restored to actual settlement greater than the farming acreage our own state. A great portion this land has been withheld from settlement for years giving tiie corporations All Tho advantages to arise therefrom. Iho table which i have read does not include some 8,932,160 acres that were restored before that time and should he added to the amount to give total recoveries through the Secretary the Interior. American evictions. On the evening october 4 i rend in the Columbus dispatch the follow ing a evictions in America Large tract land bought by a British Syndicate and the settlers mercilessly dispossessed terrible talc cruelty from a settler. Women Over sixty years a a sick in bed have been taken a by a 1 a t i a six men and carried out into the driving storm. Delicate women had hands tied with till flesh was bruised then been dragged shrieking Homes. Strong men Down by ruffians horse Back and then handcuffed and dragged from Little so the Story brutal cruelty ran . A British Syndicate had bought a Large tract land from a favored Railroad company and were driving out the settlers even though the title was being disputed in the courts. This buying Large bodies our Western lands by european syndicates and titled Gentry was made possible through Grants to the railroads. They could not Purchase directly from the government. How much land do you suppose is now owned in our Western states and Ler i topics by foreign corporations aliens As Many acres As there Are in this county More than that. As Many As there Are in this congressional District More than that. As Many As there Are in the farm areas this whole state yes and 2,000,000 acres More. In the last House representatives a Bill was passed to prevent aliens unnatural Zed foreigners corporations in which More than one fifth the capital Stock was held by foreigners from acquiring holding owning real estate in any our 1 territories. But the Senate opposed the Best and strongest features the Bill. It became a 1 a emasculated by efforts. The outrages narrated in the dispatch were perpetrated in the slate Iowa. But those Earls and lords and foreign syndicates owning vast tracts in our territories unless protected by treaty must sell out. Be want no regal estates established continued in ouf midst. We want no land holders living among us who Are not patriotic enough to become citizens Ancl Bear share the Public duties As Well As receive the Protection our government. A a reporter in Texas in describing the murder a Man named Jerkins said a the murderer was evidently in quest Money but luckily . Jerkins had deposited All his funds in Tho Bank the Day before so that he lost nothing but his . Ledger. A the theory romantic love being dependent personal Beauty is not consistent with facts. A red headed and freckle faced woman with a wart her nose can love As hard As tha prettiest yellow haired blonde that Ever Havo cords and from run i in

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