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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - September 6, 1888, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill has posters and Job printing of every description done on Short notice. Your favor solicited. Philadelphia times. The a a times advertising rates. Shack. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y or. One Inch. $ 1 00 $ 2 00 $ 3 00 $ 5 in three inches. 2 00 5 00 i .50 15 00 six inches. It 00 i 50 12 50 22 50 half column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices. Five cents per line. Volume Iii. New Philadelphia o., thursday september 6, 1888. Number 37. Professional garbs. By is. N. I. Richards m. Physician and surgeon. New Philadelphia. Ohio. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 49yl c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day or night prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building. South Broadway. Residence two doors South of c a 1 depot. 49 Jas. A. I chads. Jos. T. Mccullough. Richards amp Mccullough attorneys at Law 49yl new Philadelphia Ohio. T j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 46, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 4syl Franois rom 10, attorney at Law and notary Public. Office in the Mclane Block. New Philadelphia Ohio. Toxin s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business prompt a 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 Ortli Broadway. 47yl Camuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Larrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel 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 sat a faction or Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller at son. 6y2 Babcock Hurd amp co.,wholesale growers log a 10s water St., Cleveland. P. Ii. Babcock ii. Hurd jr., chair los Babcock 11. A. Bishop Mcclelland Hurd wholesale agents for the Union co fee co., limited of new York for t lie Sale it it of their celebrated Alaroma and Bunola brands of roasted Coffee. 2lyl the Wilsey 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. 9ylt. W. Mcdermott 1. V. S., honorary graduate of the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats Al diseases of Domestic animals. Surgery a specially. Horse dentistry neatly done. Carious Teeth removed. It pays to keep a horses Teeth in Goon condition. Spavins and ringtones Best treated by the actual cautery. Calls by Telegraph or otherwise promptly an swered. At. Office Over Loutzenheise re a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio 4yl the world Type writer Only $3.00. Rapid simple durable this machine does the work it it of a the High priced and More complicated ones. Is easily operated by any one and can be Learned in ten minutes. It is no toy. But a practical and useful instrument. Send for Sample of work and picture of this Type writer to j. W. Roll Stone Creek it it. Sole agent for Tuscarawas co. Hit remodeler refitted and refurnished throw out hew i Johnson $ . B. West manager 163 Superior Street Cleveland Ohio. Tkrms�?$1.50 to $2.00, according to room. Clerks 52yl trios. Ii. Case l. Golder. Clu a Here we Are a will once More with a new fresh Stock of groceries notions a and a Points West of grand Forks in Dakota and Mont a n a l Ess t j i a n it it n e fare no round trip rate being More than Twenty 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 Belt in the world and an agricultural country 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 company or p. I. Whitney. Gene a pass Aud Tkv to . Paul min. Hew Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday september a 1s88. Office in Hummel Block East High St., second floor. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 off the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in Advance.$1 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Postof lice order to the address of the proprietor. Address All matter intended for publication to the ticket . For president of the United states Grover Cleveland. For vice president Allen g. Thurman. State. For Secretary of state Boston g. Young of Marion. For supreme judge Lyman r. Cr1tc11f1eld, of Holmes for member of Board of Public works James Emmett of Pike. I also keep on hand at All times a fresh Stock of fruits a vegetables Here is also the place to buy Salt fish and Fred meats 1 am determined to sell at Bottom prices. All goods delivered i Akk. Call at c. W. Rice a prices building North Side of East High Street new Philadelphia Ohio. July 1,1888. 28m6 a a five Harvest excursions to a Minnesota Dakota Montana i August 21st. Tuesday. Sept. 11th and 25th. I october 9th and 23d. Via these. Paul Minneapolis an Manitoba by from St Paul Ltd Minneapolis a at rates a cheaper than Ever before. Congressional. For Congress sixteenth District James w. Owens of Licking. County. For auditor John w. Kinsey. For commissioner Wesley Emerson. For infirmary director Lewis g Eckel Eli. For Coroner 11. I. Downey. The platform 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 t he Public lands which have been squandered upon Railroad corporations by reckless Republican congresses. 4. 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 action of the surplus in the Treasury by reduced fixation and not by extravagant Ai d appropriations. The Money of the people should not be taken from them beyond the needs of economical administration and payment of just obligations. 6. We Are in Hearty sympathy with All people struggling to free themselves from the environment of despotism and especially does thelo Gand Gallant struggle of Ireland 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 honest labor and conserve the interests of honestly employed capital. We oppose the importation of contract labor and the Landing of aliens for permanent resilience who do not intend to become citizens of the United states. We recommend too egress the repeal of All duties whatever upon industries combined into trusts to erect monopolies or organized into syndicates to cont Rol or corrupt legislation or elections or retard production and deprive labor of steady employment and adequate compensation. 9. We approve the action of the democratic members of the legislature in their support of tin Bill founding the Ohio soldiers and sailors Home at Sandusky and we denounce the Republican majority for their insufficient appropriations for the same and for the of Hans Home at Xenia. We demand Liberal expenditures for these institutions adequate to the wants of tiie state. Republicans think it wrong for president Cleveland to contribute to the Campaign fund yet Harrison and Morton contributed largely to the Republican fund. The Public debt was diminished in the month of August $7,790,000. Three Hundred Sharpsville pa., Iron workers Are on a strike for an Advance of Twenty live per cent in wages. Protection docs not seem to protect the labourer but does the manufacturer. Gen. Harrison gave a reception at put in Bay on Friday last but it was not an enthusiastic affair. Sex governor Foster was the commander who had to Lead in the applause. All told there were but 2,000 people present including the inhabitants of the Island. Charley Foster is grooming general Harrison. Reward to be a seat in the Cabinet if elected. James g. Blaine runs things to suit himself because he Bosses the party. He will claim recognition As a Cabinet officer and the party will be compelled to hand it Over if elected. One seeks his position through courtship and the other by duress. Blaine sex senator Henry g. Davis and Stephen b. Elkins Are making a desperate Effort to carry West Virginia for the republicans by importing and employing and colonizing a Large negro vote from Virginia Maryland and North Carolina brought Over to work on tiie new Railroad known As West a. R. R. The majority of Stock is owned by these three men. About 5,000 men Are being colonized in this Way. They have Large Coal interests in Tucker county which is opened up by this Road. Copies of Blaines Portland speech Are As scarce now As Hen Teeth. It was in that speech lie made himself so notorious As a defender of trusts. That speech was doing the party so much harm that All copies of it were destroyed and not circulated. Message and situation. Little happenings. China rejected the treaty of the u. The amendments put on by the Senate were objectionable to chinamen. Congress will doubtless prohibit the chinese except officials from Landing on our shores at All now As the treaty is rejected. That should be done at once. The Paris Temps explains that France refuses to sign the sugar Bounty convention because it would enable the United states to shut her out from the South american markets and it says that other countries besides the United states will probably withdraw from the convention. The trusts All Over the country Are being investigated and will be held amenable to the Law. Blaine says though that they were a largely private affairs with which a neither president Cleveland nor any individual had any right to How the g. O. P. Loves monopoly. They want the Tariff left alone to Aid these trusts. The sectional cry about favouring the South by leaving some duty on Rice and sugar and putting Wool and lumber on the free list is Akin to the bloody shirt argument. Texas raises More Wool than any Northern state. The great Staple of the South Cotton is practically on the free list. The South has also As much lumber As the North. Advices from Indian territory say there is Prospect of serious trouble Over the governorship of the Chickasaw nation. On the face of the returns w. L. Byrd appears to be elected but the friends of governor Guy claim his re election by a Small majority. In some precincts it is charged that the returns have been changed and great bitterness exists. The election will doubtless be decided by the legislature which convenes shortly and which has thirty two members. Roth Guy and Byrd claim a majority of the Deal. Labor Day was observed by the labor organizations in Cleveland on the 3d inst. The different labor unions formed a procession. After the procession was formed twelve anarchist fell in rank at the rear carrying the red Flag. This insulted the Labouring men As Well As the citizens. They were permitted however to pass on to a Alvertha a Garden where the speaking was to take place. The anarchists placed their Flag on the stand beside the stars and stripes and the Labouring men made a Rush for it. In the Melee the anarchists were badly beaten and bruised and were arrested for inciting a . The Indianapolis journal kept standing Reward of $2,000 for Many weeks for proof that Gen. Harrison Ever said that $1 per Day was enough for workingmen and a were lie governor of Indiana he would shoot Down the strikers or Force them Back to the knights of labor of Indiana have gone to work and furnished the testimony and now claim the Reward. Fifteen affidavits have been furnished of men who heard Gen. Larrison make the remarks. It is needless to say that the Reward will not be paid for the Money was never put up and was Only intended As Bluff and to it Over is Only confirming the charges. The k. Of l. Will remember Leneral Larrison at the polls. The Tariff Issue first claimed the attention of politicians and the newspapers were full of argument pro and con. Next came the rejection of the fishery treaty with Canada by the Senate which brought Forth the presidents message to Congress favouring retaliation which stirred the whole United states Canada and great that then became the topic of discussion. Now comes the rejection of the chinese treaty by that government because of the Senate amendments. That creates additional sensation. Congress now has a Bill pending for retaliation against Canada and has already passed a prohibitory Bill against the Landing in the United states of the pig Tail mongolian. Polities seem to be at the Bottom of it All. Congress will have topic enough for discussion for the next six months to come without cessation. Or. Blair from the committee Oil education and labor submitted the following report to accompany Senate Resolution no. 12 by direction of the committee on education and labor or. Blair submits the following report on Senate Resolution no. 12, entitled a joint Resolution proposing an amendment of the Constitution of the tinted states in relation to the manufacture importation exportation transportation and Sale of alcoholic liquors a recommending its submission to the states to become valid As a part of the Constitution when ratified by the Legislatures of three fourths of the several states As provided in the Constitution. The joint Resolution is in the following words joint Rii solution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the t. In relation to the manufacture importation exportation transportation and Sale of alcoholic liquors. Resolved by the Senate and House of representatives of the United states of America in Congress assembled two thirds of each House concurring therein that the following amendment to the Constitution of the United states be and hereby is proposed to the states to become valid when ratified by the Legislatures of three fourths of the several states As provided in the Constitution. Article a. Sec. 1. The manufacture importation exportation transportation and Sale of All alcoholic liquors As a beverage shall be and hereby is forever prohibited in the United states and in every place subject to their jurisdiction. Sec. 2. Congress shall enforce this article by All needful legislation. New York Star the masterstroke of Public policy achieved by the president last week has a most important party effect but is not on the presidents Side of partisan origin. Secretary Manning As Well As president Cleveland Early in the present administration wrote vigorous state papers on the fisheries dispute and United in predicting that unless diplomacy was successfully invoked to terminate the difference Between the United states and England a North american Dominion More Radical measures would necessarily be resorted to. The fisheries treaty was rejected by the Senate for no other conceivable reason than to prevent the advantage that democrats would derive from a settlement of so important a question by president Cleveland. It is True that fault was found with some of the treaty As agreed upon but it was within the Power of the Senate to pass amendments securing the removal of any objectionable features. The Senate exercised such Power in the Case of the chinese treaty when a a it was politics to do so and the amendments thus made were the occasion of the postponement of the actual operation of that Happy solution of a dangerous question. But the Senate which amended for partisan motives in one Case refused for similar reasons to even take amendments under consideration in the other Case thus making contradictory records on similar matters with the sole purpose of a a putting Cleveland in a but the president was not made the victim of the Republican plot to fasten upon him the blame for the continuance of British annoyance to our Commerce and fisheries. In his message he completely turned tiie tables by the courageous discharge of a Manifest duty. He asked an Extension of the Power of retaliation conferred upon the executive so that if Canada continues to impose upon our citizens punishment upon the in neighbourly Dominion May be inflicted without injury to americans. Any suspension of Intercourse regarding the fisheries or of direct Commerce Between Canada and the United states would necessarily inconvenience american business. But Canada has Long enjoyed through our Good nature the privilege of transporting in Bond across our territory goods taken for through shipment by Canadian transportation lines. In this Way the British have nearly absorbed the Trade via America Between China and Japan and Europe and there is reason to suppose that the English lines would soon monopolize that important Commerce because their routes Are Shorter than ours the distance Over any of them being nearly 1,-200 Miles less than that of any United states line. Senator Gorman of Maryland explained this matter very fully in the debate which occurred in the first week in August. Few foresaw that the heated discussion of that Day would be but a prelude to an excited agitation in which All the people of the United states would be engaged. In the Field of party politics the Force of the presidents position is simply this the Republican Campaign on the cry of democratic subservience to British interests is silenced. There can be no More flaunting of the Union Jack m the face of american voters to induce their Suffrages in favor of the Republican party. The american Flag is now in the sight of All As it Ever should he the Symbol of democracy. It is the democratic president who stands for american rights against All Comers be the consequences what they May. It is the Republican party that exercises the senatorial veto Power to prevent the vindication of american Equality with great Britain and to cripple the authority of the government to compel Justice to its citizens living abroad or engaged in pursuits that take them beyond our Borders. The question is complicated As Well As interesting and must furnish food for much discussion during tie Campaign. The Issue of Tariff and taxation will not be dropped but the people will realize that democratic administration is running upon its record and that everything president Cleveland and his advisers have done in matters of importance is to be taken into account in determining How votes shall be cast on election Day. Chats among the Trade. An old and Well known merchant who is the head of one of our most enterprising dry goods jobbing houses in speaking of the presidential Campaign said a a we have the Means in our Intercourse with the leading representatives of the great commercial houses of this and other cities to get at the real sentiments of the firms of american birth of both manufacturers and traders and believe that there will be greater surprises in the coming election than there has Ever before been in any issues made by the a a economic questions Are being More carefully discussed and Are better understood by the Middle classes and yeomanry than our readers Are ready to admit. There is a grave error in supposing that the various interests which the Tariff has lifted into importance Are prospering under this system. The Woolen goods interest the hosiery and underwear Mills the carpet plants the hardware productions etc., have been stimulated by the High Tariff imposed As a War necessity into doubling and quadrupling their Means of production and have the capacity of supplying the wants of a Good part of the civilized world and it is Home completion that is now giving trouble and paralysing the business of the country and How to get Back to the Normal condition presents a difficulty our economists will have to solve or we shall be led into tie condition of the patient of the physician who has been built up by the use of tonics and stimulants and has the alternative of either having the dose increased or sinking into a comatose state of while the dry goods chronicle cannot conscientiously subscribe to the above views it is nevertheless wholly non partisan in the political sense and is always pleased to present the opinions of its readers no matter How widely they May differ or vary from its own a dry goods chronicle. It is lawful to shoot ducks Quail and grouse now. _ the Ohio Centennial was opened at Columbus on tuesday. A Rich discovery of Nickel has been made in Logan county Kansas. Shut out the chinese from the United states we have no use for them. A severe Frost has badly injured Corn and entirely ruined buckwheat in some parts of Michigan. Arkansas held their state election monday. James p. Eagle democratic candidate for governor has a majority of 30,000. Cincinnati Centennial exposition until october 28th, 1888. Excursion tickets will he sold at extreme Low rates from All stations. Judge Thurman left yesterday september 5th, to go to new York. A grand reception will be Given him by the new York democracy to Day. Subscribe for the new Philadelphia times the Best democratic paper in the county. Send 25 cts. For three months subscription during the Campaign. For the opening of the Ohio Centennial at Columbus sept. 4th, round trip excursion tickets will be sold to Columbus at one cent per mile. Ohio Centennial at Columbus sept. 4th to october 19th. Round trip tickets will be sold at excursion rates sept. 4th to october 19th. A two year old Colt at the great Falls Montana fair August 25th, made the extraordinary record of trotting a mile in 2 24 minutes. The Dick Bros of new Philadelphia have the Job of Brick work on the new school building at Mineral Point. A Good Job is insured when they Are employed. Miss Emma Bontrager daughter of John Bontrager near new Cumberland died on wednesday last. Her remains were interred in the new Cumberland cemetery on Friday. A Young lady by the name of Sheldon in Medina county while watching a game of base Hall at Chathan Center saturday last was struck by a foul tip in the left Temple and instantly killed. After two years of prohibition Wells Ville at a special election declared in favor of saloons. The a a wets a carried the Day by 71 majority. The election was one of the most exciting in the history of the town. Yellow fever in Florida still prevails to an alarming extent. At Jacksonville the people Are fleeing to other Points and camping out. It is becoming epidemic. Or. Charles j. Morey is sole agent in Tuscarawas county for the celebrated wire mattress top suspension bed Spring. It is the Best in the Market. Wheat sold at $1 in Chicago on the 3d inst. And will be $1 Here before Long. Cheer up Farmers wheat at $1 and Wool at 30 cents will be somewhat encouraging. The following marriage licenses were granted since last weeks Issue William f. Hays and Gertrude h. Buck Charles ii. Brunner and Minnie f. Narney Thomas Donley and Anna Sipp Milo Mcfadden and Rosa Desselman. Reports from Alexandria show that the egyptian Corn crop has seriously suffered. The reports also say that it will be impossible to grow wheat in upper Egypt in 1889 and that the greater part of the other crops can Only be cultivated at an increased expense. It is said that exempress Eugenie has intimated her intention to leave her whole property to princes Victor and Louis and Princess Letitia. Princess Letitia was recently married to her Uncle the Duke of Raosto by a special dispensation of the Pope for which $10,000 was paid. The International Corn and heed Market was opened at Vienna monday. Hix thousand persons were present. The amount of produce available for Export exclusive of old stocks consists of 5,000,-000 Centner metric of wheat and flour and 2,500,000 mete Zentner of Barley and malt. There is no Rye or Oats available for Export. National Encampment of the grand army of the Republic at Columbus sept. 10th to 14th. Round trip tickets will be sold sept. 8th, 10th, 11th and 12th, Good for return passage until the 19th, at the Low rate of one cent per mile. The limit can be extended for return passage thirty Days by depositing the tickets with the joint agent of the Railroad lines at Columbus Ohio on or before sept. 19th. Game and fish Warden Joseph b. Patterson is after the violators of the Law in Good Earnest. This week complaint was filed before Justice Richards of this place against John Lambright P. Davis Larry Hammond William Gibson John Mcgreager a. Haines Bert Cappels win. Goens Samuel and Vincent Gatchel All of Mill township charging them with violating the fish Law. They were brought into court and Lambright Davis Gibson Hammond and Mcgreager plead guilty and were fined $25 and costs. Haines and Cappels plead guilty and were sent to jail 30 Days. The complaint against Goens was dismissed by the prosecuting attorney. Samuel and Vincent Gatchel plead not guilty and gave Bond for their appearance on the 14th inst. For trial. It does not to violate the fish Law As the penalty is severe. Two forgeries nailed. Recently the Republican dear clothing and cheap whisky Organ in this City published what purported to be extracts from the London Spectator and London times applauding the services of Grover Cleveland to the cause of free Trade and saying that a a the Only time England can use an irishman is when he migrates to America and votes for free the Plain dealer promptly branded these alleged extracts As forgeries but the free whisky Republican Organ maintained that they were genuine. The new York Herald of thursday morning contained the following special Cable in reference to the matter setting at rest any doubt that might be Felt As to the spurious Ness of the pretended extracts the St. James Gazette editorially says a British Gold and British mercantile Craft Are perhaps thought More of in the United states than at Home. There is a Cobden club m America which is rather More feeble futile and respectable than even Oil own similar society but nobody will persuade the Irish voter but that every member of it receives his consignment of British sovereigns regularly once a week. Similarly the republicans Are making great play with or. Cleveland a supposed Anglo sizing tendencies. Thus they Issue posters with such legends As this regular democratic nominations. For president Grover Cleveland of new York. A a Grover Cleveland has done More to Advance the cause of free Trade than any prime minister of England has Ever Spectator. For vice president Allen g. Thurman of Ohio. A the Only time England can use an irishman is when he migrates to America and votes for free tinier. It need hardly be said that these quotations from the London papers Are of exclusively american manufacture. There is a Long editorial in to Days times somewhat a a roasting president Cleveland and using this phrase in relation to him and or. Blaine a Cleon and the sausage seller Are at their old rivalry it has excited much comment. The article denies explicitly that anything like what is quoted in the alleged Handbill Ever appeared in the times. The Cleveland free whisky paper professes to have the use of the new York Herald s Cable specials. It is to he assumed if this claim is True that the above dispatch was sent to it by the ii raid. As the Cleveland dear clothing paper did not publish it the presumption is Clear that it deliberately suppressed the dispatch because it convicted it of living in saying the bogus extracts from the London papers were genuine. Forgeries fraud wilful false Hood and systematic suppression of the news when it contains unpleasant facts Are the Campaign methods in favor with our free whisky Republican dealer. The above forgeries were printed on a card with the British Flag and were circulated in Clay township at a Sabbath school picnic a Faw Days ago let a republicans from Gnadenhutten. This clearly shows the desperate Means the g. O. P. Will resort to this fall. This forgery was a Little premature As it gave these London papers tune to expose the fraud. You can look out though for like forgeries just on the eve of election. Sherman on the Tariff. Cleveland sure. Free whiskey free tobacco free Beer attention is invited to the following words uttered by senator Sherman and which cover a great Deal of ground. We Are All agreed that the Tariff requires modification. Condition like the weather change and the Tariff must be changed in accordance. The Issue is How Best May the schedule be modified. The average reduction is of no moment. Indeed it is believed that the Republican Senate Bill will make a heavier general reduction than the Mills Bill. But the vital objection to the latter measure is that it cuts Down the Tariff upon such materials As Are least Able to Bear a reduction a every Law imposing a duty on imported goods is necessarily a restraint on Trade. It imposes a Burden upon the Purchase and Sale of imported goods and tends to prevent their importation. The expression a a free Trade Tariff involves an a a it must be remembered that the present duties taken together Are far in excess of what they were before the War and that they have been three times largely increased since the passage of the Morrill Tariff act of 1861.�?� a a the result of such duties is to secure to mechanical industries higher wages than can be earned in other Kindred employments. If the present rates of duty were High enough during and since the War then surely they Are too High now. I am a firm believer in the general idea of protecting our industries but i am certain that if the present High rates of duty unexampled in our country and higher by nearly 50 per cent than they were in 1861, Are maintained we shall have a feeling of dissatisfaction in the country that will overflow the whole system and do greater harm than possibly can be done by a reduction in the present rates of duty. And i am quite sure intelligent men engaged in the production of various forms of textile and Metalic fabrics feel As i do that it is wises and better to do what is just and right to make a reduction on their products and on raw materials rather than to invite a controversy in which i believe they will be in the w Independent. Duty called to death Canada and the canal. Title of the United states to the St. Clair Flats. And seven men answered the summons. The Republican platform. A a we would effect All needed reduction of the National Revenue by repealing the taxes upon tobacco and the tax upon spirits used in the arts. If there shall still remain a larger Revenue than is requisite for the wants of the government ire favor the entire repeal of internal what the repeal of taxes on tobacco and spirits or repeal of the internal Revenue Means i Oil each Sims Worth. Tax on sugar.$0 82 tax on Rice. 1 13 j tax on Salt. 50 tax on fish. 22 tax on potatoes. 4o tax on women a common dress goods. 68 tax on c o m m o n Woolen cloth .90 tax on Woolen hosiery a. 63 tax on flannels .70 tax on com m o n Woolen shawls .88 tax on Cotton hosiery. 40 tax on ingrain carpets. 46 tax on Plain Earth i exware. 58 j tax on c o m m o n window Glass. 0 60 tax on larger win a now Glass. 1 <>9 j tax on tinware. 0 45 tax on books.0 25 Philadelphia times with Harrison weakened in Indiana and Illinois by issues which have defied and now defy party discipline each year with California and Nevada next too certain to vote against him and with new York offered nothing in Harrison a candidacy to enlist the Curtis independents or to divert business interests from Cleveland there is Little Assurance of Victory for the Republican candidate. Around his neck will hang the platform distinctly approving War and monopoly taxes and the continuance of millions of yearly surplus extorted from our industries and what party can thus face the embarrassed business and overtaxed labor of the country and win at the polls Thurman at Battle Creek to listen to one of the Protection speakers you would think that the Mills Bill was a terrible dragon with horns and spiked Tail. Well the Mills Bill proposes to Lessen unnecessary taxation just a Little. You be afraid of anything that will take the taxes off of you. Chicago daily news did it Ever occur to the Ultra protectionist to go Back to China for an illustration of the logical outcome of their doctrines ? Here if anywhere should be the Ideal of statehood. This is the closest corporation on Earth and its famous a a Wall a is a fitting Emblem for the High Tariff advocates. Boston Globe the tory policy of protecting the classes at the expense of the masses will not work on this Side. It is to be a stand up fight Between the millionaire and the millions and the millions will win. Baltimore sept. 2. A fatal conflagration occurred Here by which seven men lost their lives and Over $1,500,000 Worth of property was consumed. The fire was discovered about Daylight in the toy Ware House of f. A. Prior a co. Just As the firemen were preparing to enter the building an explosion of fire works stored on the fifth floor took place wrecking the building and scattering burning rubbish in a fiery Shower upon the roofs of adjacent structures. The firemen made a second and successful attempt to enter the building immediately after the explosion and seven men of Hook and ladder company 2 and engine company 7 disappeared through a window on the second floor with Hose and axes. Scarcely had the signal been Given to turn on the water when a terrific explosion occurred followed instantly by the total collapse of the building. The scene which followed was horrifying. The whole Force of the fire department was concentrated in an Effort to release their comrades whose groans and cries could be heard from beneath the red hot mass of Brick and Iron. One Man John Kelly of truck company 2, managed to crawl out blackened and burned but not fatally injured. None of the others escaped. The flames spread from building to building unopposed in their course of destruction. When it was seen to be impossible to Rescue the imprisoned men the fire department again turned its attention to saving surrounding property. Between Lombard and Pratt streets All efforts were practically useless and the entire Block was almost completely destroyed. It was composed of five to seven Story Ware houses newly erected and filled with valuable merchandise. The loss will easily reach $1,500,000. Prohibiting the chinese. Bring Canada to terms and let Blaine howl How absolute prohibition was rushed through the House. Washington sept. 3. The reported purpose of the Dominion government to set up a claim to a portion of the St. Clair Flats canal on the ground of its being Canadian territory might be a serious bar to a retaliatory policy if the president should actually attempt to close the canal to British vessels. The claim is not new but has often been spoken of in newspapers and by private citizens at Detroit and on the Ottier Side of the line but it has never been pressed to a decision in diplomatic correspondence. It Wasbro to up when the present River and Harl it or Bill was under consideration before the commission. Nutting of new York asked Chapman of the Detroit District whether the British claim was a serious one Chapman replied in the negative. He said a few Days ago that he did not see How the Dominion government could Well enforce its claim except through diplomacy. The United states was in actual Possession of the canal and had been since its construction More than Twenty years ago. If the suspension of Canada traffic should be ordered by the president our officers would probably make arrangements to examine the papers of each vessel appearing at either end of the canal and permit Only american vessels to pass. The Only course open to canadians to dislodge the United states officers would be the employment of Force. They would not be Likely to do this without the approval of the Dominion government and that approval would hardly be Given without the consent of the Home government in London. If it came to the use of Force the United states has four companies in it. Wayne Detroit while there has not been any British troops on the opposite Shore for years. As to the question of ownership it seems hardly creditable that the Engineer officers who built the canal built it without making the proper surveys and the Engineer officers now in charge of the work treat with ridicule the theory of Canadian ownership. Even if the Survey should show a part of the canal to be in Canadian territory it is hardly possible Tomt any diplomatic arrangement would fail to leave it in our Possession since it was bilt by american engineers and paid for from the american Treasury. A Slaughter. Seventeen horse thieves killed interesting to girls. Washington september 3. Reckless abandon characterized the passage of Scott a Bill absolutely prohibiting immigration for live years in the House to Day. It represented the stupendous Power of Public opinion and was passed on the supposition that the report of the rejection of the treaty by China of which no official ratification Lias been received Here was True. If the report proves false the passage of the Bill May act As a Boomerang. Congressman Scott was with the president All morning and when he introduced the Bill it was passed in ten minutes without a dissenting voice. In the Senate republicans were As anxious to pass the Bill As democrats but senator George insisted on Reading the riot act to them before he would allow the Bill to be placed upon its passage. The Bill passed to Day is in direct contravention of the treaties of 1880 and 1882. By first Section All resident mongolians who came before 1880 Are allowed to return on parole testimony and by the second they May return on a certificate issued by the United states. Congressman Morrow of California was seen shortly after the passage of the Bill. He said the people of California did not care whether the passage of the Bill was received As a political move or not. Or whether it was in violation of treaty stipulations. They have always maintained the right and duty of the government to absolutely close the coast and thus prevent constant violations of the treaty on their Side by fraudulent entries. The provisions of the Bill Are generally appended Here As in deference to overwhelming Public opinion but there seems to be a disposition to censure haste. Thirty Days ought to have been Given to allow the american minister to warn chinese not to embark As it is chinamen holding the government pledges that they will be admitted will arrive Here and find the ports closed against them. A full line of leather shoe findings collars saddles and All kinds of harness good8 at very Low prices at Zimmerman a. 34w3 Kansas City sept. 2. A special from la Aladora in the Public land strip says that the Farmers and herdsmen of that Section who have lost Many horses and cattle recently suspected a band of campers who claimed to be catching wild horses and finding evidence of guilt forty Well armed Vig plants surrounded the Camp and sent in a committee of six men to demand the surrender of the thieves. The reply of the desperadoes was a Volley which wounded one Man and two this angered the vigilant and firing was at once begun and the outlaws shot Down without mercy. They fought desperately and no Quarter was asked or Given. In twelve minutes the firing ceased and seventeen outlaws were found to have been killed. The vigilantes had three men killed and nine wounded. Two horses were also killed and seven wounded. Sixteen stolen horses were recovered. Not one outlaw escaped alive. Washington i. C. September 7. The rejection of the amended immigration treaty by the chinese government is construed to mean that China expects More consideration should Harrison be elected and prefers to take the Chance. There is one fact that seems to Bear this out As China has Only recently changed her attitude. The original treaty was ratified by the chinese government before it was sent to the Senate. Ratification might have been exchanged by this time bad it not been that the republicans of the Senate jealous of the administration sought to Rob it of the credit it deserved for successfully settling the chinese question in the Only proper Way by tacking on an unnecessary amendment. This amendment sent the treaty Back to China to lie ratified again. Meanwhile the republicans had nominated Larrison for president. The chinese government thinking it saw in this a Chance to better itself promptly refused to ratify the amendment and so destroyed the treaty. The verdict unanimous. W i suit druggist Bippus ind., testifies a a i can recommend electric bitters As the very Best remedy. Every bottle sold has Given Relief in every Case. One Man took six Littles and was cured of rheumatism of ten years Abraham Hare druggist Bellville Hio affirms a the Best Selling Medicine i have Ever handled in 2b years experience is electric thousands of others have added their testimony so that the verdict is unanimous that electric bitters do cure All diseases of the liver kidneys or blood. Only a half Dollar a bottle at Jiller a songs drug store. English advice for Canada. London sept. 3. The daily revs says a a president Cleveland doubtless desires redress and Canada May fairly consider what she can offer. The presidents message seems to Call upon Canada to do herself what England owing mainly to an unhappy Choice of a commissioner failed to do for her. Her hands Are free and she cannot do better than unite the knot which diplomacy has made tighter than _ a great Deal of Wool has let Een recently sold in Harrison county at thirty cents just the same kind of Wool that the dealers More than a Quarter for one month ago. This in itself conclusively shows the infamy of the Twenty five cent Wool cry that was rung on All its changes by Republican politicians and which resulted in Many Republican woo growers Selling their clips at much less than the Wool was Gazette. A particularly interesting land Case has just been concluded by receiver Leigh and Register Bradford of the local California land office. It arose out of the Preemption claim of miss Agnes m. Crandell to 160 acres of Sonoma land and is of much importance to the single women in the West who Are holding land under the Preemption Law. After filing her application miss Crandall married a gentleman named Perry and about two weeks ago transmitted her final proof together with the Purchase Money so that she could obtain title to the land. It was rejected by the receiver on the ground that having married after she filed and before proving up she was disqualified and had forfeited her right of Preemption. The receiver however held that the proof should be accepted and the entry allowed maintaining that miss Crandall a marriage did not disqualify her from taking this claim by Preemption right As she had continued to live on cultivate and improve the land after becoming mrs. Perry and until she submitted her final proof. There being a difference of opinion by the local officials the Case will he presented to the commissioner of tin general land office for his decision. Last week we spoke of the false report that had been telegraphed All Over the land that Emma Traxel had barely escaped being buried alive. We see that the police Gazette has the subject illustrated with the Young lady sitting up in her coffin. We have made diligent inquiry and find that the buried alive Story was started by two Young ladies who live in the neighbourhood and that the h i Juicer correspondent at new Philadelphia sent it in Good Faith just As he received it. We said last week that the persons who started the Story ought to be kicked Clear out of the Community. As Young women were the guilty parties we change the sentence to a removal of their wire Hustles and a Good spanking with the Hare Iron Valley reporter. We move that the editor of the reporter proceed to carry out the sentence. No doubt the police Gazette would he glad to witness tin1 act so As to illustrate it and would liberally Reward Bro. Scott too. A Tuscarawas boys Success. The trustees have perfected All necessary arrangements for the opening of the Dadeville High school. Prof. W. A. Vogely has been retained by them As principal and miss a Oppland of Nashville tenn., and miss Jenkins have been employed As assistants. These Young ladies have the highest recommendations and together with prof. Vogely constitute a corps of teachers second to none. Extra room to the masonic Institute has been added and the prospects arc in every particular As battering for the school As could he asked. The school will open with something near 200 pupils and continue to increase. Dadeville is now second to none in school a change. Gone again. Memphis tenn., september 3. Charley Edwards alias Bernard the famous member of the defunct Jesse James gang the most notorious horse thief and desperado now at Large wanted in Texas Missouri Tennessee Kentucky Illinois Indiana and heaven Only knows where else to the extent of Many thousands of dollars was spotted Here last night but succeeded alter a hard Chase in eluding arrest. Edwards is wanted at Columbus ind., for crimes committed in that locality. A posse is in Pursuit of him. The following retaliatory circular has been issued by the customs department at Lutawa it Anada it Ita w a a i 25. It has been reported to this department that crates boxes and other inside packages containing peaches pears and other fruit recently placed on the free list by order in Council Are admitted to free entry As Well As the contents and 1 am to instruct you that this practice must be discontinued and duty collected under the package clause. Entries so erroneously accepted will be returned for Post entry for duty. Unclaimed letters. The following list of unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office september 5th, 18x8 b. Browne j. Buehnor Gottlieb Moser a. O. Treson Albert Ltd. Trumbull e. B. A Viber j. A. Strokes. Mrs. B. Leggett mrs. Liel Hamersly miss Nettie slyer e. Bike Wensdorfer. If not called for m fourteen lavs will be sent to the dead letter office. F. 1. Degulis p. M. Personal mention. Theodore Smith of the firm of Smith a Dreer watchmakers and jewellers of Philadelphia i a., after a pleasant visit of three weeks with relatives and friends in this City has returned to his Home in the East. Or. Has. Boegel the Jolly Foreman of the Standard office has again resumed his position in that Ohio a 1�?Tter spending a pleasant two weeks in Cincinnati and other Points. Miss Ida ploughman and Little sister Media and miss Flora Williams spent sunday Ami monday in Uhrichsville the guests of Jasper Dutton and family. Albert a. Joss of Indianapolis ind., arrived in this City on Friday of last week and is the guest of his Uncle j. C. Jock. Or. Julia bucking of Kansas City mo., is the guest of j. C. Joss and family East High Street this City. Mrs. Battershell passed last Sabbath in Fri Osville with her son and family or. Battershell. Rev. Ii. A. Dowling is attending u. B. Conference at Canton tins week. Nathan Stine of Gnadenhutten was in the City last saturday. J Edge Alba ugh was the guest of John s. Graham yesterday

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