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THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO.
Willia II. Cot,
Themak A. Davis
1 William n. Waiwwerth, Jr.,
Sxcrtlary aiut Treaiurtr.
Themas a. Davis EdUer ami Manoetr.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
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IN HOC SIGNO TINGES.
A Werd te Republicans.
The hept of the jxirty liei Ik the exmnsten
of it glulinirf llepubllcint jirv. The Jtepub Jtepub
ticen irie remit or ethenrhe hel te su-
jert a Democratic jmimt te the vxcliulun of
one of hl eiri iHirty neirnijit'r I iinlriiif
te tlie Jlepiibttcitii came.
Untnilmmtshj subucrlbeil te by the Xiittenul
J. S. CLAKKSON, President.
A. B. HUMPHBEY, Secretary.
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Why cannot these Tariff "reformers"!
agree among themselves se as net te be
destroying the force of one another's
argument by absurd
Hew England The explanation
Pretests. seems te be this:
One class of Free
traders, they who
set the tuue for the lesser chorus, reason
out certain tliemes in their clesets
which are accepted without examina
tion or question by ether Free-traders.
But once in a while you And a
tebdenlte actually engaged in the vul
gar, though, eminently practical, pur
suits of the ordinary business man.
.Such a one discovers certain eident
facts in his contact with the world, and
proclaims them te the public. New,
facts are death te Free-trade theories,
and this is hew he runs foul of his
, closeted fellow-worker, though, like
him, pushing the interests of foreign
These reflections have been drawn
out by a clipping from The Xew York Yerk
Commercial Bulletin, a thorough Cob Ceb
denlte journal. Few papers yelled
mere loudly than It about the "grinding
taxes" and "exorbitant prices" which
would oppress the buyers of manufac
tured goods under the new Tariff. The
yells come from Its closeted editor.
There seems te be at least one man ou
The Bulletin, however, who Is alive te
actual couditieus of commerce, for he
In this country, Just new, certain prints
. are cheaper than in any ether market in
" the world. A British firm thus found It
advantageous te order the aforesaid cases
from a leading firm In this city.
0, thou stupid, stupid Cebdenlte!
Didst thou net knew that it was treason
te thy cause te write se? Prints, that
is calicoes and shirtings and the like,
the clothing of the peer, cheaper in this
Protection-cursed country than In any
ether country in the world I What be
comes then of thy master's Tariff tax
theory and his McKInley prices?
But the derelict Cebdenlte gees fur-
ther, and in the eyes of nil true Free
traders, sins even worse. He actually
' nttacks the crooked method by which
England, while professing Free-trade
principles, violates them all in order te
shield her manufacture from Yankee
competition, as Bhe has always protected
her shipping iuferests. The heretic of
The Bulletin centinues:
The goods were shipped, arrived at
their pert of delivery, but alas, have te
be brought back again. The American
printer had tee faithfully reproduced an
EnRllsh copyrighted pattern, and the
goods could net be landed without an in
- irlngement of British laws, entailing a
seizure of the packages. It is a study in
elocution te auslyze the fine shades of
expression in the disgusted inquiry of the
shipper, "And is that what you .call
Even the dullest of thick-skulled
Britishers are beginning te see that
England Free-trade policy Is leading
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lirlalV . Englanua rree-iraue peucy is i iea int. boreuh hM "buBted" alens with all tba
HnegMY te h destruction of her manufactures. 0ther booms of the boomerang borough.
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They nre tee stubborn te acknowledge
frankly thnt their theory hml broke
down when put te the- test, but strive
by overy means te Indirectly bring
about the very object which n Protectlve
Tnrlft accomplishes, nnil for which It Is
The farmer's boy of te-day has
cheaper and better clothes, better feed
te eat, better books te read, n better bed
te sleep in, and In every way n better
chance in life and a mere comfertablo
life than the farmer's boy who lived
under the se-called Free-trade Tariff of
Fuddling in England has been paid
at the rate of $1 82 per ten since last
September. The lowest scale ever pro
posed te the Amalgamated Association
of Iren Workers in the Pittsburgh Dis
trict was $4 50 per ten. There is noth
ing for the Free-traders in the Home
The Ledger will present
subscription te any .Masen
farmer who is fifty years of
who will say that the fanner
te-day don't hae mere life's
than he did when he was their
It cannot be that the Tariff is
the farmers very much.
Treasurer Hale Saturday received
$300,000 of state funds, $150,000 of
which was from the Sheriff of Jeffersen'
county. There is new in the State
Treasury eer SOO,000. This is geed
news for the members of the Legisla
ture, who will be sure te remain in
Frankfort as long as a dollar remains
in the Treasury.
The Climax Baking Powder Company
made a contract last week for one and
one-half million tin can, A represen
tative of the company told The Indian
ajwlis Journal that "the price paid for
the cans was about 15 per cent, lewei
than when the McKInley bill became a
law, and about 2 per cent, lower than
eer before. Se far from raising tUt'l
price of cane, the manufacturers nre will
ing te contract at tills price for a year
ahead." Where is the tin-plate liar
It is gratifying te otaerve that such
Democratic papers as The Xew i'f-ri
World, whose editor is en the ground
and fully knows the situation, are in
accord with President Harrison's pro
clamation in regard te quarantine regu
lations, and denounce the position as
sumed by New Yerk's Democratic Health
Oillcer Jenkins. It is only papers at
long range, Ignorant of the facts such
as The Kentucky Journal, for instance
that they make a little political capital
at the expense of human lives.
ON page 393 of the report of the
State Inspector of Mines for the Bloom Bleom Bloem
ington district of Illinois we find the
following paragraph under the head of
"Strikes": "There have been only two
strikes in this district during the last
year. The first was by the miners em
ployed by the McLean County Ceal Com
pany at Bloomington. The company
having discharged a few of their em em
peoyes for taking n leading part in
forming a union, the miners as a body
came out en strike te have theso who
had thus discharged reinstated."
Commissioner Peck of New Yerk
alarmed the Democratic managers of
the Empire tate and of the entire
country with his report of manufacture-?;
but there is mere te fellow. Superin
tendent Perter of the Census Office has
secured sworn statements from one
hundred of the leading citizens lu the
country concerning the condition of
manufactures since the passage and
nppreval of the McKInley bill. The
result will nstenish the Democrats who
are crying for Free-trade and abusing
the McKInley bill, its author and the
Republican party. The replies of the
hundred cities, all of them sworn
statements, will be printed as an
official bulletin inside of fifteen days,
and the report of Commissioner Peck of
New Yerk will be verified officially by
the experiences of business centers out
side of the Empire State. This bulletin
will be non-partisan. The statements
nre made by city corporations concerning
the development of their manufacturing
interests during the past two years.
These statements cannot be questioned.
They nre officially acquired, and will be
officially given te the country. The fact
that they sustain the McKInley bill nnd
give ample evidence of its wisdom and
of benefits secured te our country by
that legislation cannot be termed the
work of partisanship. The Democratic
party will be seriously hurt by these
facta from various cities, but the
Democratic party will have te quarrel
with facts, nnd facts cannot be called
Next Monday will be County Court
Increase in the Number Of
Cholera Cases in Hamburg.
Number of Inspectors and Physicians
Employed by the City Doubled.
The Lem te limine Since the HeRlnnlDg
oftlieOntbrenk Kstlmntcditt 800,000-
000 Murks Mortality l'artlcu-
lurly llcuvy Anions; Female.
IlAJiuuna, Sept. 7. The cholera Is
making steady und rapid progress In
this city, nnd the transparent denials
of the authorities new only deceive
theso who wish te be deceived. The
appalling increase in the number el
fresh cases and deaths lnst Saturday
left the people almost without hope.
The abatement of the dlsease Sunday
was tee slight te encourage them.
Tuesday another heavy increase of
the sick list and the death list has con
summated their helplessness and de
spair. The number of fresh cases Mon
day waa 009, or 80 mero than Sunday;
the number of deaths 350, or 73 mero;
the number of interments 850, or 75
mere. The newspapers nre virtually
dumb as te this increase, and most of
the sanitary officials open their meutlis
only te falsify the facts.
Hut few men connected with the city
government can be induced te acknowl
edge the trutli, and they speak only en
the condition that what they say should
net be published In the city. Their
fears of creating a penic here, however,
are apparently supcrilueus, as the real
state of affalra is revealed by the in
creasing efforts of the authorities te
meet the emergency.
The number of inspectors and physi
cians employed by the city has been
doubled, and one can net walk the
streets without meeting half a dozen
agents of the health department. The
new dead wagons, which were im
pressed into the service Monday, ap
peared in the street, Tuesday. The in
crease in the number of interments also
was tee great te pass unnoticed, even
among people who for ten days have
seen or heard the dead carried by every
hour in the twenty-four. But ten
6trangers have registered at the
principal hotels in the last two days.
Trade in everything except feed, drink
and medicine is dead.
The total losses of merchants nnd
shop-keepers since the beginning of the
plague are estimated at 200,000,000
marks. Debtors through less of busi
ness have been rendered unable te
meet their obligations, although cred
itors by the same circumstances have
been compelled te press them for pay
ment Fears of u financial crash have become
general within the last few days. In
view of this perilous state of affairs the
Vanks te-day announced that they
would give thirty days' mere time en
payments d.u.e them. This announce-,
lh5St lias relieved the strain somewhat,
although, should the epidemic continue
te sprend, few debtors will be in better
condition te pay in October. Services el
prayer are held daily by the clergy.
They are well attended. Just before
and after the services there is a sem
blance of life in the streets. At ether
neurs only servants going te market or
officials of the health department arc
Late reports show that the disease is
gaining ground in the city and the mor
tality is disproportionately heavy
among female patients. Many deaths
are occurring in asylums and prisons.
Up te Monday evening the interments
since August -0 have numbered 5,233.
The inability of the city te care proper
ly for the patients in the overcrowded
hospitals has led te the organisatien el
relief committees, which are new at
work in almost every' hospital ward in
Many of the committees will devote
themselves exclusively te caring for the
peer, who are dying by dozens in the
tenement houses, without having even
seen physician or nurses. They also
will try te aid the Interment service in
getting the dead bodies under ground
mere rapidly than has been done in the
felt Indictment Af;nliit Anarclilit ISerK
mitn. PiTTSiiL'iieir, Sept. 7. The grand jury
found true bills ngainst Alex. Berg
man, the anarchist who attempted te
assassinate II. C Frick. Six indictments
were returned, three for entering a
building with felonious intent and one
each for felonious sheeting, aggravated
assault ami battery and carrying con
cealed weapons. If convicted upon all
the counts and given the extreme pen
alty of the )iw, he will undergo an im
prisonment of thirty years.
IlchrliiK Hea Arbitrator.
Heme, Sept 7. The selection of Mar
quis Emllk) Visconti Venesta us the
Italian member of the Bearing sea
arbitration is believed te give satisfac
tion te both the British and the United
States legation. He is said te be a
gentleman of large general informa
tion, a geed lawyer and absolutely
without political aspirations.
A Ier' Gruoieuio I'lnd.
Decatur. I1L, Sept. 7. A deg en
Rebert McKay's farm, three miles from
Decatur, drugged the head of a man te
the house last Friday. McKay, with
several men, have been hunting for the
body, but se far they have been unsuc
cessful There is no theory as te who
the man was or when he was killed.
I'remler Abbett te ltrnlir-i.
Ottawa, Ont, Sept 7. The govern
ment organs announce that Sir Jehn
Abbett premier of the Dominion, will
resign shortly, owing te 111 health.
They indicate Sir Jehn Thompson, min
ister of Justice, as his successor. Mr.
Abbett's condition is said te be serious.
A VlrcEaglne TnuU
Philadelphia, Sept. 7. The fire-engine
manufacturers in the United States
have combined nnd formed a trust te be
known as the American Fire-Englne Ce.
The trust represents the output of all
the companies in the United States and
Be Write a Communication la Which
He Hake Tnrlir, Reciprocity and vCur-
reney the Iiauea.
RAueusta, Me., Sept 7. Chairman
Mauley, of the republican state com
mittee, has received a letter from Den.
James Or Blalne, dated Bar Harber,
Septcmbcr 3, in which he states that he
will be unable te doliver speeches In the
coming campaign, but takes the liberty
of submitting his views en the issues
which he regurds as being strongest for
the republicans te urge before the
Mr. Blaine argues that the issue of
the greatest consequence is the tariff
en imports, and it will continue te be
until a sottlcment is effected by a ma
jority se large that it will be tanta
mount te general acquiescence.
lie then gees Inte a defense of the Mc
KInley bill and elaborates en his own
idea of reciprocity, concluding as fol fel fol
eows: . "The schema Is very plnin and very
simple. It seeurcs a valuable trade in
exchange for articles othcrwlse destined
te be put en the free list The demo
cratic party thinks It can discredit it
nnd It makes the effort apparently for
the unpatriotic reason that it did net
originate it" IM
Mr. Blaine makes the third issue that
of the national currency, and closes his
letter in this language:
"The three issues which I have given
arc the issues upon which I would ar
raign the democratic party. I would
net multiply issues or be diverted by
our opponents from a steadfast adher
ence te, and constant presentation of,
these qucs liens obef ere the people, until
every voter is made te knew and under
stand their true and weighty significance."
'A ROAD HOG"
Demolishes the Illcycle of I'lucky Ohie
BuitLixaTON, la., Sept 7. Miss Airaee
F. Jehnsen, of Columbus, 0., who
left that city en a safety bicycle some
ten days age, was run down by a farmer
en the read between hore and Keokuk,
lie deliberately drove ever her wheel
and completely wrecked it MUs John John Jehn
eon barely escaping injury.
The read was narrow and bordered
by weeds and roots. The farmer re
fused te turn out and when Miss John John Jehn
eon attempted te de se her wheel
caught in a rut and threw her off. The
farmer then proceeded te drive ever the
wheel and en, leaving the young lady
te drag her wrecked wheel several
miles te the next btatien. Miss Jehnsen
procured the name of the "read hog,"
and will prosecute him under the state
law. Miss Jehnsen is a handsome and
plucky girl, and will resume her jour
ney westward as seen as she can pro
cure another whceL
Dr. Jenkins Tn!(e l titer.
New Yonis, Sept 7. Dr. Jenkins has
replied te the president's circular, and
evidences his complete acquiescence
therein. "In view of the misconception
in certain quarters of my position"
says the health officer, "it is appropri
ate for me te say that while 1 have C
pressed the opinion that the order ill its
breadth, ns made, reaches beyond the
authority of the federal Officials, I shall,
of course, take no action which would
involve a less strict quarantine than
thai ordered by the president The
ruli will be, ouferced by me strictly."
IIiimburK's Dcith ltell.
Londen, Sept 7. The Times' Berlin
correspondent says: "The medical
beard's Hamburg cholera statistics
show the following figures: August 31,
491 new eases, 201 deaths; September 1,
534 new cases, 242 dcathi; September 2,
IS" new cases, 233 deaths, September 3,
200 new eases, 141 deaths; September 4
and till neon September 5, 103 new cases
and 34 deaths.
City of New Yerk rnfuieiigcr.
New Yeiiic, Sept 7. The advanced
passenger lists of the City of New Yerk
shows that besides the wife of Secre
tary Fester, there are en beard Chaun
cey M. Depew, Dlgby Bell and Laura
Joyce Bell, Gen. C B. Comstock, Harry
C Duval, Hen. Albert G. Coxe, Senater
Ilebert and wife, and the burlesque
actress Topsey Venn.
A Futlicr' Voiifrennce.
Denver, Cel., Sept 7. Merritt liar
ger, printer, aged 3J yeara, formerly of
Cincinnati, was shot and futally wound
ed Tuesday morning by C Y. Presser.
The sheeting occurred ' a church mis
sion. Hurger has been it patient at the
mission live months. A 'iacen between
llnrger and I'resserVda-ughter was the
cause of the sheeting.
More Troops nt the .lUnex.
Knexvh.le, Tenn., Sept 7. A half
hundred additional troops have been
placed at Olivers and Ceal Creck the
past thirty hours, rendering an attuck
of the miners quite serious te them. A
number of the well-known agitators
have gene te work, and ethers have
Twenty I)uyn' Qunrnntlne ut Detroit.
Detroit, Mich, Sept 7. Thobeardof
health, acting under the authority
given It by the surgeon-general's circu
lar, which has been appoved by Presi
dent Harrison, has decided te establish
a twenty days' quarantines in Detroit
egalnst Immigrants coming by way of
Canada into the United States.
l'ntul Dlieuie Hngl'iR.
Knoxville, Tenn., Sept 7. A fatal
disease, similar te typhoid fever, has at
tacked forty people and has killed seven
within thrce days ut the little town of
Breakvillc, Menree county. A two-year-old
child of Wm. Lane, a mechanic
here, Tuesday ate six cathartic pills
and died within a half hour.
The Cholera ut lluvre.
Havre, Sept 7. The cholera returns
of Monday show another jump in the
number of new ceases reported. On
Sunday only seven new cases wcre re
ported, while Monday.'s returns show an
incroase of twenty cases, twenty-seven
sufferers having been removed te tlm
The president has recognized Ber Ber
nareo Elchulman as vice consul of Chili
at Chicago, III, and A. Schneider, vlce
consul of Belgium at Pittsburgh.
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