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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 2, 1888, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. I books Bill has posters and Job printing of every description done on Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times volume Philadelphia o., thursday August 2, 1888. The a a times advertising rates. Spack. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y or. One Inch. S 1 00 $ 2 00 $ 3 00 it 5 00 three inches. 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 00 7 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. Number 32. Official directory. District. of Tutor Geo. state Benior. . Ilance common pleas , peace county. w. Kinsey treasure. J out my yers. I re As ure i. J q Neumann recorder. G Rufer a w. K. Lash r. Benner 0. I. Hoover Ozias Delong recorder commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. City. Ozias Ltd. M. Porter l. mayor marshal Daniel Korns. James h. Morrow. John s. Jacob Miller. C. C. Fletcher Dou Liitt. B. 1. Scott Andrew Erwin. Names. Same a Bixler. Lenry Deible. I Tialii it Doerfer. Daniel Krebs. S o Misiken. J w Newburg. Jos 11 Hostetler Nieh Moli tag. S t Rennaker. Cliar Iesh hitlers Philip a Garver 0 0 Fernsel. P1i read. William Brown. J Ohn Milone. F j Greene. J no w Lytle or. C w Knisley. J r Milt vane. And Timmerman. T j Murphy. Jas Galbraeth. T 15 Rankin. T Richardson. M s Wagner. J l Baldwin. T k Robinson. P 11 Kuhn. Justices. Township __1 Post Okpick. Ragersville. Auburn. Lager Seville. Ducks. Baltic. Ducks. Baltic. Olay. Lock no. 11 a Clay. Gnadenhutten. Dover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. Fairfield. New Philada a. Fairfield. Zoar station. Franklin. Strasburg. Franklin. Strasburg. Goshen. New Philada a. Goshen. New Philada a. Goshen. New Philada a. Goshen new Philada a. Jefferson. Stone Creek. Jefferson. A a a a Lawrence. Zoar Lawrence. Bolivar. Mill. Uhrichsville. Mill. Uhrichsville. Mill. Dennison. Oxford. Newcomerstown Oxford. Newcomers town Perry. Cadwallader. Perry. Cadwallader. Rush. Tippecanoe. Kush. Gnadenhutten. Salem. Port Washington Salem. Port Washington Sandy. Mineral City. Jsai uly. Mineral City. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. I Union. Uhrichsville. I Union. Leesville. Warren. t Warren. Newcum net. A us i Warwick. Tuscarawas. Warwick. Tuscarawas. Washington Albany. Washington Paoli. Wayne. Dundee. Wayne. Dundee. V Ork. New Philada a. York. I Black band. New . Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday August 2, 1888. Office in Hummel 11 lock East High St., second floor. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 i the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in <>0 if not paid within six months. 1 50 �5rreinittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. Address All matter intended for publication to the times. Professional directory. A yaks. N. In Richards m. 1. Physician and surgeon new Philadelphia. Ohio. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 49yl y 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 a p depot. 41 Jas. A. Re hands. Jos. . Richards a Mccullou ii attorneys at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. Y W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 4l>, South Broadway new Philadel Phi a Olio. 48yl Altancis rom in attorney at Law and notary Public. Office in the Mclane Block. New Philadelphia. Ohio. John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties office up stairs opposite court House on North Broadway. 4<yl j ii Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Camuel Moolten attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second floor. W. Mcdermott d. V. S., honorary graduate of the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats All diseases of Domestic animals. Surgery a specially. Horse dentistry neatly done. Carious Teeth removed. It pays to keep a horse s Teeth in Good condition. Spavins and ringtones Best treated by the actual cautery. Calls by Telegraph or otherwise promptly an swered. Office Over Routzen Heiser a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio 4yl Babcock ii urd amp co., wholesale growers 106 in 102 water St., Cleveland. P ii Budock ii. Hurd. Jr.,Charles Babcock. It. A. Bishop Mcclelland Hurd wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co., limited of new York for the Sale of their celebrated Alaroma and but la brands of roasted Coffee. 2tyl the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey proprietor. The House Lias been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms. Table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. 9yl remodeler refitted and refurnished throw out new $ Johnson 1 House. Terms�?$1.50 to $2.00, according to room. Clerks 52yl Ilos. H. Case l. Holder. Democratic ticket in a Cost a to ohs Quot for president of the United state Grover Cleveland. For vice president Allen g. Thurman. State. For Secretary of state Boston g. Young of Marion. For supreme judge Lyman r. Or itch Fie i of Holmes. For member of Board of Public works James Emmett of Pike. A. Congressional. For Congress sixteenth District James w. Owens of Licking. County. For auditor John w. Kinsey. For commissioner Wesley Emerson. For infirmary director Lewis Gec Kelli. For Coroner. B. Downey. The platform the democratic party of tin 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 tie 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 ail lands of the government be held for actual settlers who Are citizens of the United states and for those who declare their intention and we endorse the successful efforts of the administration to recover the Public lands which have been squandered upon Railroad corporations by reckless Republican congresses. 4. We favor the payment of Liberal pensions to Union soldiers and sailors and a tender care of tie widows and orphans. 5. We demand an economical expenditure of the Public Money and the reduction of the surplus in the Treasury by reduced taxation and not by extravagant and corrupting 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 residence who do not intend to become citizens of the United states. 8. We recommend to Congress the repeal of All duties whatever upon industries combined into trusts to erect monopolies or organized into syndicates to control or corrupt legislation or elections or retard production and deprive labor of steady employment and adequate compensation. I. We approve the action of the democratic members of the legislature in their support of the Bill founding the Ohio soldiers and sailors Home a 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 the state. More than one Hundred speeches occupying More than one Hundred hours in All. Have been made in the present Congress on the Tariff. H. B. West manager 133 Superior Street. Cleveland Ohio. A a to Burden the country with increased taxation when there is in fact a Large surplus Revenue would be unjust and Van Buren. Valley railway. Going South. Stations. Going North. No. 3. No. 7. No. 4. No 6. 11 20am 4 30pm la Cleveland a 9 55am 230pm 1205pm 5 12 Peninsula. 9 09 1 42 12 31 5 36 Akron. 8 42 1 12 1 30 it 34 Canton. 7 48 12 19 2 20 7 20 a Val a Jet la via c. It pc m. 7 00 1135am 2 35 7 30 la Val a Jet a 6 44 11 22 2 57 7 .55 a 6 20 11 00 3 17 Phillipsburg. 10 38 3 38 Newcomerstown. 10 is 4 10kimbolton. 9 45 4 35cambridge. 9 20 4 5u byes i lie. 9 of 5 30caldwell. 8 15 6 02macksburg. 7 50 6 32 Whipple. 7 20 6 52 Caywood. 7 00 7 13 Marietta. 6 40 a a agriculture manufactures Commerce and navigation the four pillars of our Prosperity Are the most thriving when left most free to individual Jefferson. What they claim. The Republican party claims that Tariff Protection should be kept up for the Benefit of the manufacturer to stimulate the manufacturing Industry. They also claim that by stimulating manufactures they have been greatly increased in numbers and by Strong Home Cor petion the articles produced have been cheapened the result of overproduction for our Home Market we might say. But the manufacturers will not stand even Home Competition. What do they do they do the very thing the Tariff makes possible for them to do they form immense trusts and combinations. By Mutual compact they can limit production in this country and control the Price and run it up to that Point where the Cost of importation would let in Cor petion from abroad. There they must Stop simply because imports would be in Cor petion. If the Tariff was raised the compacts would raise too. The sugar recliners had become so numerous in the United states that we bought our Best sugars at from six to seven cents per Pound about a year or More ago. This was Home com pct tuition not foreign for the Tariff kept the foreigner out. While we had Home Cor petion the consumer got the Benefit of cheap sugar. Now the sugar refiners were not willing to accept a fair profit on sugar but went to work to form a compact and enlisted every sugar Recliner in the compact in the United states except Claus Spreckles of California. Sugar was immediately raised to the highest notch 7 and 8 cents per Pound j that it could be raised to without letting in imports because the present Tariff on sugar permits it to he kept at eight cents per Pound and keep out foreign sugar. If the compact had run sugar above that then the foreign sugar would come in Cor petion. The Tariff then makes it possible for this Trust or compact of sugar refiners to squeeze the last Farthing out of the consumer that is possible. If the Tariff was higher they would raise sugar in the same proportion. Now this Claus Spreckles of California was going to be a philanthropist he was going to break the sugar compact. What does he do he undersell the sugar compact a of a cent per Pound and makes $2,000,000 in a few months. While this compact having raised sugar 1 cent per Pound takes $30,000,000 per year from the people. Every one of you who consume a single Pound of sugar contributes 1 cent to the coffers of these wealthy compacts. Hence the High Tariff is a License to Roi it and this is what we condemn the policy of the Republican party for. Now this is one instance Only of licensed compact robbery. The most prominent ones known Are the Coal Oil sugar Coal rubber Lead Copper Cotton Duck steel whisky Cotton seed Oil military arms envelope and Oil cloth. The Standard Oil Trust with unfaltering hand crushes every refiner that starts up. This Trust is Worth $125,000,000. They have their agents in every county. They have one in Tuscarawas county and if a Small refiner starts up and undertakes to put his Oil on the Market this combination follows him up like so Many detectives and undersell him until he is crowded out of his territory and is willing to join the combination or sell out to the Trust. Printers have to pay 50 cents per thousand More to Day for envelopes than they did one year ago and Why because the Tariff made it possible for the manufacturers of envelopes in the United states to form a compact and put them up to the Tariff limit. And yet our Friend of the advocate As the party Organ will cry out a protect these he is willing for them to Rob the people. Is it any wonder the Labouring classes Are dissatisfied. They see the wealth of the land Drifting into the hands of these licensed robbers. They Are shielded by the Republican party. _ the High Tariff taxes drove american vessels from the High seas. High Tariff prevented foreign markets for our products and consequently the Lack of Trade wiped out our merchant Marine. Lessen the Tariff taxes and our Trade with the nations of the Earth will increase and will stimulate americans to reestablish our merchant Marine. The democratic party is in favor of carrying american products in american vessels. England has the largest merchant Marine in the world and has the world for a Market. If it had not been for the influx in population in the United states thereby making an increased demand for american productions the factories and shops would have lain Idle half the time with the High Tariff Protection in Force which Lias been As shackles to american Industry. Throw off the shackles let America stand before the world As the chief of nations. The democratic platform of 1s40, expressed the principles of the party in these words a resolved that Justice and sound policy forbid the Federal government to Foster one Branch of Industry to the detriment of on this Pla Forni Van Buren carried the manufacturing state of new Hampshire by 6,38t�?~, and Pennsylvania went for Harrison by a majority of Only two votes. Cyrus Mcqueen of Baltic Tuscarawas county is handling a full line of machinery this season and if you think of buying an engine Thresher saw Mill Clover Hiller Hydraulic press Wagon or anything of the kind write to him for circulars and prices it will pay you. I6tf a a the ambition which leads Rue on is an anxious desire and a fixed determination to persuade my countrymen so far As i May that it is not in a splendid government supported by powerful monopolies and aristocratic Al establishments that they will find happiness or their liberties Protection but in a Plain system void of pomp protecting All and granting favors to Nofie dispensing its blessings like the Dews of heaven unseen and tin Felt save in the freshness acid Beauty they contribute to Jackson. The East Liverpool crisis says the democrats have granted the increase of the Tariff on decorated Ware As asked for by the Mills Bill. This is strictly in accordance with what we have previously stated that any deserving Industry will be granted All the Tariff that is necessary. The Tariff on crockery would probably not have been proposed to be lowered by the Mills Bill bad our potters furnished the statistics when asked for in place of taking advice from Republican committees to pay no attention to such a a impertinent the potting Industry can return thanks to potters outside of the Liverpool District for the Tariff on their commodity being increased. By a late decision of the supreme court of Pennsylvania Saloon keepers Are made responsible for any injury loss or damage suffered by their patrons in the saloons or As a consequence of their visits there. That a Ohio Adair Law with a vengeance. Major Mckinley has been invited to go to Georgia to make a speech. The invitation was Given by senator Brown and the major accepted it. High Protection will never capture Georgia. Gen. Sam. Cary of this state will make his first speech in the Campaign next month at Bangor Maine and Allen g. Thurman in Michigan. Cluny Castle. Or. And mrs. Blaine and party left Cluny Castle on thursday saying goodbye reluctantly to or. And mrs. Carnegie and their friends. They will arrive to Day in London and will remain a full week before sailing As already announced on August 1st, on the new Inman line Steamer City of new York on which they have taken passage. The largest liner afloat left the Clyde this morning on her trial trip around Ireland and is expected to arrive at Liverpool on monday. She has two or three Hundred guests on Board. A Pittsburg times. This Man Carnegie is a Scotchman Worth $30,000,000, lives in a Fine Castle Cluny Cas Lebut is not in reality an american citizen. He is the wealthy steel rail manufacturer that Republican hearts bleed so for and want High Tariff Protection for. Poor fellow he is Only Worth $30,000,000, which he made by reason of High Protection in a Short period of Twenty years. His income is now $1,500,000 per year. He got the Benefit of that Protection and not his labourers. So it is with nearly All the High protected manufacturers. A pita ble sight indeed to see republicans sympathizing with Carnegie and lamenting Over the Mills Bill reducing the Tariff on steel rails from $22 per ton to $11 per ton. This same idol of the g. 1. Has been entertaining James g. Blaine and trotting him round on a tour through Scotland. And then the lamentable tales or. Blaine will have to Tell about the labourers of free Trade in Britain. It will make the g. O. P. Shed Crocodile tears. Little happenings. The democrats propose to make lumber free while the republicans propose to continue the prohibitory Tariff. If the republicans succeed in maintaining the present Tariff in a very Short time our forests will he a thing of the past. There Are immense forests in Canada hut they have been bought up by a few monopolists who upon the destruction of our forests would form a Trust and raise the Price of lumber beyond the reach of the poor Man. The Rich Man with unlimited Means could go to Canada and buy whatever lumber he desired hut the poor Man with his few dollars would be forced if he wished to build him a Little Home to return to the mud House and thatched roof. Less than sixty men control the timbered lands of the United states to Day. A this system of prohibitory Tariff is maintained solely for these few men and against the interest of the other 59,999,940 people the Consumers. It is the tax upon such necessaries As this where the benefits to the few of prohibitory Protection Are As nothing compared to the injury to the whole that the democrats propose to wipe out and wipe it out they Prater. We had a talk a few Days ago with a prominent Engineer at Dennison and were informed that there Are 30,000 members of the brotherhood of engineers in the United states and Canada. When a strike is on anywhere in either country each member is assessed $5.00 each per month making $150,000 per month that pours into the Treasury of the brotherhood to be drawn on to support the strikers. This party was just mailing a draft for $250, As the monthly instalment from Dennison for the c. B. A q. Strikers. The brotherhood has All Confidence in holding out until the company agrees to their demands that is to pay tin same wages that is paid by other roads running into Chicago. They say the income of the c. B. Amp q. Has decreased Over one half since the strike and counting the loss in that respect and the loss to Railroad engines by incompetent engineers it foots up several million dollars. Our informant further said that tie brotherhood does not approve of any attempt at destruct i Tion of property and will not try to i protect any one believed to he guilty. General Grant in his sixth annual message dated december 7th, 1874, said a a 1 would suggest to Congress the propriety of readjusting the Tariff. Those articles of manufacture which we produce a constituent part of hut do not produce the whole that part which we do not produce should he entered free also. I will instance Fine Wool dyes Etc. These articles must be imported to form a part of the manufacture of the higher grades of Woolen the richest discovery of Gold Ever made outside of the Comstock lode is reported to have been made at the Lake Superior Iron company a Shaft near Ishpeming Michigan 300 pounds of Quartz carrying free Gold at the rate of $00,000 to the ton being uncovered by one blast and brought into the City where it created the wildest excitement. The Quartz was Worth fully $10,000. Sex speaker Samuel Randall of Pennsylvania is recovering slowly at his Home in Philadelphia. Gen. R. M. Patrick governor of the soldiers Home at Dayton passed peacefully away Friday night. He was buried sunday with All the rites and Honor accorded a Gallant Soldier and the casket was followed to the grave by Over three thousand veterans. Many tributes of Flowers surrounded the casket whilst the remains Lay in state at the Home Chapel. A the report circulated by the republicans that Hon. Geo. L. Converse would vote the Republican ticket turns out to he false. Or. Converse in answer to a Plain dealer reporter said that lie did not look upon the Tariff question As the democratic leaders do hut that did not interfere with his democracy and that he would stand by Cleveland. Has anyone heard of ii an Daniel j., Republican candidate for Secretary of state the last heard from him was the Day he was nominated and he will probably not again be heard from until election Day when his democratic competitor Hon. Boston g. Young will be dealer. Blaine is to have a big reception at new York upon his arrival on the coast. Booms red fire and political Huzzah will hardly ave the Republican party from defeat this fall though. Stick that in your head apparel. South Broadway is receiving a much needed cleaning up of the gutters. Business men do not report a very encouraging Trade at the present time. The Campaign was opened in Sandusky county on the 28th, by the democrats. The United Brethren congregation will give an excursion to Chippewa Lake some time in the near future. The Coal mines on Stone Creek Are again in operation and the miners have already received one pay. John l. Sullivan who has so Long been a circus in this country is now the sole proprietor of an aggregation of that character. Youngstown township Mahoning co., voted a a wet on the 28th inst. By 520 majority the largest vote resulting that has Ever been polled. Two new employees from Points elsewhere have accepted positions at the c. L. A Xiv. Depot caused by the resignation of the two former occupants. The Law says the president election shall take place on the first tuesday after the first monday in november and the Date will he november 0th, 1888. Or. Salm the noted specialist will he at the Exchange hotel new Philadelphia August 10th. He is doing wonders in Many cases of Long standing in diseases of the Eye ear and Throat. Mrs. Mary Hamilton wife of John Hamilton of Gnadenhutten died Sabbath morning after an illness of three or four Days. Inflammation of the bowels was the cause of her death. Miss Minnie Noah of Akron will he at the u. B. Church and preach on sunday morning at 10 30. She is a lady possessing elements of pulpit Power. 1 Ler work for some time has been in the evangelical Field. She is a ready talker and the Public Are invited to hear her. For Sale or Trade fora Small Stock of merchandise or Good town property an eighty acre tract of land lying about four Miles East of Dennison. There is a Good one and a half Story Frame dwelling with six rooms and Good Orchard on premises. For information Call at the times office. The Iron manufacturing firms of the East Are still rapidly signing the amalgamated association scale and resuming work which does not savor much of the Republican idea that they Are scared by a possible Tariff reduction. Every rolling Mill in the Mahoning Valley has signed. A Nitro Glycerine factory located two Miles South of Lima Ohio exploded sunday afternoon tearing the building to atoms. Eight Hundred pounds of Glycerine were stored in the factory and the cause of the explosion is thou to to he the work of to Temps. Mrs. Earnest Schmidt met with quite an Accident tuesday night. It was a very warm night and she went to the window in the second Story of the dwelling to get fresh air. She fell out Siead Foremost alighting on her hands and head. Both of her wrists were broken and a deep Scalp wound was inflicted on her forehead. She is badly injured and her injuries May prove fatal. Janies Young the live Horseshoe on East front Street informed us the other Day that he had just shod a horse 37 years old and although he had helped fight the Battles for the Union and passed through Many chequered scenes was yet in a very Good state of preservation and Able to do a fair Days work yet having been Rode 125 Miles the preceding three clays. He still wears the a a u. badge which conclusively shows he was a Union Soldier. Or. Joshua mules Worth of Uhrichsville has at last secured a platform to his hotel. The c. L. Amp w. Ray refused to Grant it because it favored the Glover hotel. But through the Courtesy of the pan handle company he has now better accommodations than he could have had from the c. L. Amp w. Or. Molesworth inform us that his Trade has doubled and he has a paying Trade. The travelling Public wifi find Good accommodations at reasonable prices at hotel Molesworth. Two Young men by the names of Johnson and Jaberg entered the office of the Gilsey House saturday night last about eleven of clock and appropriated a Valice belonging to Harry Hahn the clerk. Harry discovering his loss sometime afterwards got a clue to the perpetrators and As a result the above mentioned men were landed in the lock up. They were fined by the mayor and Given a Chance to work at least ten Days of the sentence out on the streets. The Valice contained $15 in Money jewelry and other trinkets. and Jaberg the Hoys confined in the lock he for the above to fief were Iet out in the corridor this Morong to eat their breakfast and by the Aid of a file succeeded in gaining their Liberty. They have not As yet been recaptured. Eli Geisinger was brought in from Stone Creek saturday charged with wilfully abusing his wife and beating her. The complaint was filed by his wife and at a hearing he was hound Over for assault to appear before the probate judge. Officers were on the Outlook for Geisinger Friday but he managed to elude them by fleeing to the Woods. He returned saturday and was then arrested. Those who Are in a position to know claim that Geisinger during his sprees is in the habit of Auuso ing his better half hut the complainant Hii wife now alleges that she is partially to blame and it is thought when the Case comes up for trial it will be dismissed. The base Ball boys. The recorders office. The new Philadelphia Ball club Ami the Buckeye club of Uhrichsville played a game on the Home grounds saturday which attracted numerous spectators and portions of the game afforded a great Deal of interest. The forepart of the game until the first half of the 7th inning was noted for the absence of any runs by the new philadelphian while the Uhrichsville lads kept the leather spinning piling up fourteen runs during this period. In the first half of the 7th, the n. P. Boys seemed to recover from their apathy and succeeded in bringing in eight scores by hard hitting and excellent base running. The score resulted 19 to 8 in favor of the Uhrichsville club. The following is the score by innings new Phi la�?Ts.0 000002g0�? 8 Uhrichsville .4 4 0 2 2 1 1 5 0�?19 summary. A batteries for n. Pcs Campbell and flan. For Uhrichsville Watson and Gordon. Bases on balls by Gordon 2 by Campbell 2 struck out by Gordon 8 by Campbell 5 Home runs Mcclelland Watson of Uhrichsville. Three base hit Centoben of new Philadelphia errors too numerous to mention. Time of game three hours. Umpire gestalt of Uhrichsville. Notes. The n. Pcs Lack in Battery work while the Uhrichsville Hoys Are Strong in that respect. Centoben of the x. Pcs is an excellent player and does his work Well. Watson and Mcclelland of the Uhrichsville team arc hard hitters and were loudly applauded when each brought in a Home run. Campbell Pitcher of the n. Pcs is a puzzling twirler hut lacks support behind the hat. It took three catchers during the game to hold his Cannon Halls. The buckeyes play Well together and have made Good selections among their players to hold the different positions. A Good Many of the spectators were a a on the Fence a not As to the result of the game hut merely As a Means of observation. Some Uhrichsville Young men made themselves conspicuous by indulging too much in the ardent and acting in an unbecoming manner in the presence of ladies. Quite a number of the fair sex witnessed the game. The Home grounds need a Good Deal of overhauling and could he improved wonderfully affording spectators a bettor Opportunity to witness games. The residence of or. And mrs. Andrew Patrick on South Broadway was the scene of an unusually Brilliant and pleasant reception Friday evening Given in Honor of their friends in this City and elsewhere. Guests to the number of seventy or eighty crowded their spacious Parlours until a late hour and the assemblage formed one of the most Brilliant of the City a society. Refreshments were served during the evening and this feature was handsomely presided Over by miss Ella Burry and mrs. Or. Mclean assisted by their escorts. The Interior of the palatial residence was handsomely decorated with Flowers and ferns and the mantels were ranked with the brightest and Best of flowery ornaments and presented a striking and Beautiful appearance. Mrs. Jas. Of Donnell received at the door in a pleasing manner the arriving guests who were ushered into the presence of the Brilliant Assembly. Among those in attendance were the misses Ansel of Dennison and or. And mrs. De. Slingluff of canal Dover the other guests included Many prominent society people of the City. Instrumental and vocal music formed the attractive feature of the evenings entertainment and the departing guests left Many fond wishes for the future happiness of their Host and hostess. Daniel Stettler son of Samuel Stettler who resides one half mile North of town was suddenly killed monday evening about 4 of clock by being thrown under a Wagon loaded with wheat. He and his Uncle were hauling in wheat from a Hill Field. The. Wagon was loaded and tie boy was sitting on the front end of the Load with his feet braced against the upright of the Wagon ladder driving the team Down the Hill while his Uncle was attending to the lock. All at once the upright gave Way throwing the front end of the Load and boy Down against the horses. That frightened the horses and they ran the Wagon passing Over the Hoys body crushing in his Chest killing him instantly. One Arm was crushed with the wheel and his head was badly bruised in the fall. The team ran hut a Short distance and was caught. It was a sad blow to the parents to have their son brought in a Corpse without a moments warning. He was buried yesterday. The following is the report of John g. Neuman recorder of Tuscarawas county for the fiscal year of the number amount and value of conveyances and cancellations number of deeds recorded for sales of land 332, containing 16,743 acres with an average Price of $37 per acre and amounting to $625,537. Deeds for town acres 115 acres 91, averaging $847 per acre amounting to $77,147. Deeds for town and Village lots 600 amounting to $375,086. All complicated or nixed conveyances 63 amounting to $53,414. One Dollar consideration sales 76 amount $76. Total number of deeds recorded 1185 number of acres of sales of land 16,834 average Price per acre $884, amounting in All to $1,131,259. Mor Toates other than number of mortgages on land recorded 312, amounting to $433,266. Town acres recorded 64, amounting to $26,883. City town and Village lots recorded 384, amounting to $196,181. Complicated mortgages recorded 22, amount ii g to $22,471. The total number of mortgages recorded is 782, amounting in All to $679,751. Railroad c. Amp m. Ray co., one amounting to $600,000. They. A l. E. Ray co., one amounting to $1,500,000, making a total of $2,-100,000 in Railroad mortgages. of leases of lands recorded 10 the amount of consideration being a Royalty. Town acres a consideration same. City town and Village lots 6 consideration same. Total 24. Cancellations. A number of mortgages on lands cancelled 280, valued at $402,771. Town acres 38, valued at $20,-324. City town and Village lots 366, valued at $199,064. Complicated mortgages cancelled 17, valued at $30,582. Total number of mortgages cancelled other than Railroad mortgages 701, amounting in value to $652,745. Railroad mortgages the Cleveland a Marietta Ray co., one $3,000,000. The grand total of mortgages of All kinds recorded Are 784, amounting to $2,771,751. The grand total of mortgages of All kinds cancelled is 702, amounting to $3,652,745. The difference is 82, amounting to $872,994, showing a healthy reduction of mortgages. 1,209 As a total of deeds and leases recorded with a valuation of $1,131,259, shows considerable activity in county real estate and especially the sales of City town and Village lots have been Active and a difference in mortgages on these and cancellation of risks on such real estate also shows a healthy condition there being $2,883 less mortgages cancelled than taken. Cleveland sails away. A Quick departure from the haunts of the Blue fish. Moneer s meeting and picnic. Farmers the pioneers and Farmers of Tuscarawas county will hold their seventh annual meeting on the fair ground at canal Dover on Friday August 17th, 1888, at 10 of clock a. M. It is expected there will he a Large attendance on this occasion. The program of exercises will he substantially As follows 1. Singing by the choir. 2. Prayer. 3. Presidents annual address. 4. Election of officers Lor the ensuing year and the transaction of such other business As May he suggested. Noon intermission till 1 30. The afternoon will be devoted to Short addresses on incidents personal experience and historical matters pertaining to the Pioneer life of the country and All Are respectfully invited to be present and participate. Come prepared to assist in adding interest to the occasion. It is earnestly desired that Farmers and others shall Avail themselves of the occasion to join in a grand picnic. Come with baskets of provisions. A. L. Deardorff pres t. 5. H a r mount Sec a. Fire Island july 29. The guests of the surf hotel Here went to bed last night with Strong Hopes that to Day the president would come ashore and give a Chance to see if he had been sunburned while fishing. Today it was ail settled that the president was to break his Reserve and show himself so when the people looked out upon the water this morning and saw emptiness on the spot where the Susquehanna had been so Long sailing with the tide there was a Good Deal of astonishment. People rubbed their eyes and looked again to make sure that their vision was not obscured. There was no mistake about it however. The Susquehanna had vanished melted away in the night like a Mist. Where she had gone or when she had left nobody had the remotest notion. It was a very cleverly arranged departure Between two Days and so carefully had the secret been kept that it is in no Way surprising that it did not leak out. While the people at fire Island were wondering what had become of the president he and his party were quietly enjoying themselves As the guests of John m. Rogers the proprietor of the Prospect House at Bay Shore l. I. The visitors went there on Captain Theodore z. Wicks Sloop yacht Geraldine. Early in the morning the Sloop sailed up almost to the very door of the Prospect House which presented a Lively appearance being thronged with prominent people who Are summering at Bay Shore and Vicinity and who had heard of the expected arrival of the president at the Prospect Liacko tto a orchestra of Cleveland Ohio serenaded the presidential party at the hotel. The Broad piazzas and Balcony of the hotel were thronged with people who were anxious to get a look at the president and As his party were escorted into the hotel it was with great difficulty that the people were kept Back. Although it was announced repeatedly that receptions were out of the question or. Cleveland did not escape without shaking hands with a favored few. Lie and his party left Bay Shore for Block Island at half past eight of clock. Land forfeitures. To wants his lands. Sioux indians after an All night Council refuse to sign the treaty John Griss frankly tells the commissioners what he thinks of the White Many a policy. Over 54,000,000 acres restored to the Public Domain by the Holman Hill. A Chance for a bargain. 1 will sell or Trade Niy property situated in Shanesville Tuscarawas county consisting of a new two Story Frame dwelling 2fx3u, finished in Good style. A business building 24x24, in two rooms one occupied by the pos Ottice and the other suitable for a doctors office. A Good stable and All necessary out build Ings Good Well of water and Cistern. Property is situate on Corner of Public Square. Would Trade for Stock of groceries or a Small farm. For information address it it. C. Law Baugh Shanesville 29tf property for Sale. The passage of the Holman land forfeiture Hill is a direct Challenge upon the democratic part of the House. The republicans had made in their platform a fallacious statement that the democrats had never restored an acre of the Public lands to the National Domain. The democrats had denied that statement and had worked to show that it was not founded in fact. They succeeded. The Hill As it passed the House on the 5th inst. Involves a forfeiture of 54,323,996 acres of land. In opposition to that is the Senate Hill which involves a forfeiture of Only 5,627,436 acres. The railroads affected by the action of the House Hill Are the following the single reservation being made that there is no Chance of the Hill becoming a Law Gulf and ship Island Coosa a Tennessee Coosa a Chattanooga Mobile a Girard Selma borne $ Dalton Atlantic Gulf and West India transit Pensacola a Georgia Vicksburg Shreveport a Texas Jackson Lansing a Saginaw Marquette Houghton a Ontonagon Ojito Nugon amp Brule River Lacrosse amp Milwaukee Chicago St. Paul Minneapolis a Omaha Wisconsin Central St. Vincent Extension of the St. Paul a Pacific now the St. Paul Minneapolis a Manitoba Western Railroad Southern Minnesota railway Extension Hastings a Dakota Northern Pacific California a Oregon Oregon a California Southern Pacific. Harrison and the workingmen. Why they oppose him the position of the Union labor party. The k. Of l. Throughout the country threaten to make a bitter Light against Gen. Harrison. His record on the eight hour question wherein he opposed in the Senate the Hill to refund to the government employees the pay due them is a Point which the labor organizations will put Forward for the purpose of antagonizing him. The facts of that struggle Are As follows the Law covering the hours of government employees limit a Days labor to eight hours. During a period of the Grant administration it was found necessary to keep them at work for ten hours hut no provision had been made to pay Vatu Fex the extra time. During items wifi Arthurs adm istra two lots 64x66, with Good two Story i Tion a Hill was presented to Congress to after a meeting of the stockholders of the z. N. Amp c. R. R. At Zanesville on monday messes. Turner and Wheeler of Zanesville John Fletcher of Nashville tenn., and Daniel Miskimen of Newcomerstown took a drive Over the line to Mineral Point. The object was to acquaint or. Fletcher of Nashville Vith the line As it is the first time he a amps seen i a the route and was highly pleased with it. Ivey stopped in new Philadelphia wednesday afternoon. The Deli cuties at Zanesville Are out of the Way and they Are now waiting to see if new Philadelphia is going to help on the right of Way before making permanent location of the line by this place. It is now time we were doing something. Much de it ends on the opinion delivered by judge Pearce on the 23rd of this month when he will dispose of the injunction Case. Or. Johnathan Stafford of Roxford is Busy hauling lumber from new Philadelphia for the construction of his new dwelling. Johnathan Stafford is the Man whose dwelling was burned some weeks ago. The times made a mistake in reporting it John Stafford Kansas has always been very Liberal and near a town by the name of Liberal they had a Little War on the 27tli inst., among authorities and it is reported some seven or eight men were killed including a sheriff and some deputies. Frame dwelling of 10 rooms Aff uleces sary outbuildings go off Well and Cistern and a Good cellar under the House. All kinds of fruit. Would sell As a whole or Divide. On a Good Street in new Philadelphia. Terms very reasonable. Inquire at times office. 29tf personal mention. Or. Kurg Wallace spent sunday at Home. Pay the amount due them. This was backed up by petitions innumerable and was passed by the lower House almost unanimously. In the Senate however or. Harrison was one of its strongest opponents and the Hill was thrown out. For this the knights of labor say they will have revenge. Said a rep Fiacan Knight of labor Flop Leavenworth Kansas �?o1 Neyer saturday and Vou a any but the it straight Republican nmn a Koutz of it. Union is the guest of mrs. Moore this week. Or. J. W. Welsh and wife of deers Ville were the guests of s. Moore the past week. Or. Charles Young and family of o her Fin Are visiting his Mother and other friends in this City. Ticket in my life hut if Harrison is nominated ill work and vote against him. I think he is As great an enemy of organized labor As Jay it reasons few desertion. Or. John Hupfeld and wife left on tuesday for a two weeks visit in Pittsburg new York Philadelphia and other cities. _ misses Annie and Kate Mcelroy accompanied by mrs. Welty were visiting in Cleveland wednesday and thursday of last week. _ Janies lion of the Mcelroy undertaking establishment returned last week from a pleasant visit to Home folks at Steubenville. Or. Welsh and p. M. Welsh of Deersville stopped off on their return from commencement of my Union making a Short visit wit i the times editor this week. St. Paul minn., july 29. A standing Rock Agency special says the ultimatum of the indians was Given to the commissioners yesterday the indians were in Council All thursday night and after Many speeches every Indian gave his assent to the proposition not to sign the treaty. John grass was chosen to present the ultimatum to the commission assisted by Gall and other chiefs. Grass referred to former treaties broken up by the Whites and spoke about the Black Hills treaty. Chairman Pratt had said their lands could not be taken except by consent of three Quarterson the indians. This was a provision of the other treaty. A How then did the Whites take the Black Hills when they Only got three Hundred indians to sign. The indians were fools then As they always have been in making treaties and we Hope we and our children will talk slow and not he fools hereafter. You move other Indian tribes among us off the land Given to the Whites. We do not want this and the other tribes will not like it either. The Whites still owe us much under the treaties made years ago. The government should give us what it now owes before it asks for More. We do not understand. You have two papers one Black for us to sign yes and one red for us to sign no. We will not sign either paper. We say no. We have our crops to look after and must get Hack to work. We will not sign. We came Here because Oil agent asked us to and we did not want to shame him. You cannot get us to sign. A after grass had spoken Gall was called hut simply affirmed All that had been said. Chairman Pratt told grass that he had no More right to speak than any other Indian. This remark was resented by an Indian Grunt All around and grass said he had the same right to speak for tie indians who had chosen him As Pratt had been for the. Whites. At Pratt a request the Indian finally agreed to stay until monday hut said their minds were not to h changed and that they would not sign then. Agent Mclaughlin who has the Complete Confidence of tie indians a. Done All he could to influence them to sign hut to no Avail. Governor Church and auditor Ward will he Down from bismark to mondays conference. There is Little Prospect however of a change in sentiment. The Sioux indians have occupied a Large reservation in the North Central part of Montana a tract that is value Hie for farming and grazing lands a Hill was passed at the present session of Congress providing for a new treaty with the Sioux tribe in which treaty tie government desired the indians each one to take land in severally and to he furnished with provisions and a fixed sum of Money per annul for k fixed period m consideration for a great portion of their territory reserved under past treaties. This would open up a vast area to settlers. A commission was appointed to treat with them. The convention of indians has been in session several Days. It requires three fourths vote of the indians to make Tho treaty. But they seem to think Tho White Man Lias cheated them before and do not intend to sign the treaty. 1 he above seems to la the expression of the did bins men. Times. She went Over Niagara Falls. Lucja. William r. Seward of the Bank of Monroe in Rochester new York expresses himself in the following concise and emphatic manner i will vote for Cleveland. I am in favor of a reduction of the Tariff and i see no Way to secure it by voting the Republican ticket. I voted for Blaine in 1884, but fifteen minutes after i cast my ballot i regretted the act. Lla Ruson stands too near Blaine to suit me. I object to anything that is patronized by Platt Elkins and men of that ilk. / util vote for a Loveland and Thurman and Tariff Reform. Or. G. L. Tinker received a letter this week from the Island of Trinidad. The envelope is made of the very i>e9t Quality of paper and lined on the inside with Muslin. They do no shoddy work there i0, 0 lbs. Of Wool wanted for which i will pay full Market Price for the above amount. 25 a John . Horrible death of a Beautiful married lady who went sailing with a stranger. Mrs. P. J. Tully a Young and handsome married woman lost her life a few Days ago by going Over the american 1 alls. Mrs. Tully was Twenty two years old and went to the Falls with her husband Torii Macon ga., a few months ago. Unbeknown to her husband she accepted an invitation to go out said ing with will. 11. Barber whose Mother keeps the a Rand trunk ticket office in the International hotel. They started Early from port Day and had gone quite a distance up the River when in making a tack Barber let go of the said and the boat turned keel up. Barber is weak physically and mrs. Tully was badly frightened. They drilled Down the River toward the Cataract slowly getting nearer the upper rapids. Their predicament was discovered by Sherman c. Jewetts Buffalo yacht a tit anal and a Small boat was sent in haste to their Aid. It was an emergency mat required a steady Hund and Quick and decisive work the rescuers succeeded in reaching the overturned boat to which mrs. Tully and Barber were clinging in desperation. Barber was rescued but mrs. Tully Iet go of the capsized yacht to which she had u in clinging and slipped Down into the water. Her hat was seen several Hundred feet Down the rapids and at six o clock her in Jay almost life fuss passed under Goat Island Bridge going Over the tails a few minutes later. Her husband left the Bridge a few minutes before this having been there with his partner watching for it. She had the reputation of being the handsomest Brunette at Niagara Falls. A Yount girls Marc Borer Lynch Iii. Wahpeton d. T., july 28. The body of l. Elmer who so cruelly murdered pretty Mary Soihet hangs suspended from the Bridge Over the Boisde Sioux River. A masked Nob of one Hundred determined men overpowered sheriff Miller and his deputy., broke through the Cage and took the murderer out. The mob was Well organized and headed by Resolute men of Wahpeton and Brocken Ridge. The sheriff offered All the resistance ins 260 pounds afforded but did not attempt to shoot or fight because the mob were All his friends and lie said the life of a murderer was not Worth the life of a Friend. After the hanging the mob quietly dispersed and the hundreds of men and women who witnessed the hanging went Home satisfied. Elmer said he did not know Why he killed the girl and was sorry that he had done so. When asked if he wished to Pray he said a a

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