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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 16, 1888, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published Kehy thursday. 1 one Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. 1 books Bill has posters and Job printing i every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 3 to. To. 1 y . J one Inch. S 1 my $ 2 my $ 5 my 5 5 00 i three inches. It my 5 00 7 50 15 Imi j six inches. A i 7 50 12 50 22 50 1 halt column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 10 one column. 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 bus ass notices. Five cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday August 10, 1888. Number 34. Hew Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday August 1g, 188s. Office m Hummel Block East High St., second floor. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 it the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Postof lice order to the address the proprietor. A a address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Democratic ticket station Tor president the United states Grover Cleveland. For vice president. Allen g. Thurman. State. For Secretary state Boston j. Young Marion. For supreme judge Lyman it. Or itch i eld Holmes. For member Board Public works Jam us Emmett Pike. Congressional. For Congress sixteenth District James Owens Licking. Cou titty. For auditor John Kinsey. For commissioner Wesley Emerson. For infirmary director Lew is Geckeler. For Coroner. B. D. Downey. The platform the democratic party the state Ohio in convention assembled presents to the people the state the following declaration principles 1. We endorse without qualification the administration president Cleveland Liis honesty integrity Fidelity to principle and Manly courage have endeared him to t tie american people and the interests the country demand Iii renomination and election. 2. We approve the Mills Tariff Bill As the practical expression tie democratic party and request our representatives in Congress to give it their cordial support. 3. We demand that All lands tin government be held for actual settlers who arc citizens the United states and for those who declare their intention and endorse the successful efforts the administration to recover the Public lands which have been squandered upon Railroad corporations by reckless Republican congresses. 4. We favor the payment Liberal pensions to Union soldiers and sailors and a tender care t he widows and orphans. 5. We demand an economical expenditure the Public Money and the re action the surplus in the Treasury by reduced taxation and not by extravagant Ard appropriations. The Money the people should not be taken from them beyond 1 lie needs economical administration and payment just obligations. I. We Are in hourly sympathy with All people struggling to free themselves from the environment despotism and especially does the Long and Gallant struggle Ireland for the priceless Boon Home Rule and the right 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 honestly employed capital. We oppose t lie importation contract labor and the Landing aliens for permanent residence who do not intend to become citizens the United states. S. We recommend to Congress the repeal All duties whatever upon industries combined into trusts to erect monopolies organized into syndicates to control corrupt legislation elections retard production and deprive labor steady employment and adequate compensation. 9. We approve the action tie democratic a members the legislature in their support -4 lie Bill founding the Ohio soldiers and sailors Home at Sandusky and denounce the Republican majority for their insufficient appropriations for the same and for the Hans Home at Xenia. We demand Liberal expenditures for these institutions adequate to t lie wants the state. The democratic Campaign . The Republican party in 1883, reduced the Tariff Twenty per cent and was not called a free Trade party. Why should the democratic party be called a free Trade party when it Only proposes to reduce it seven per cent grand army posts. Throughout the land Are kicking against the use imitation g. A. Badges for political other purposes. It is against the Law for any person to Wear the badge unless he he entitled to Wear use the same under the rules the g. A. R., under a penalty $20 and thirty Days. The republicans Indiana have nominated general Hovey for governor. The prohibitionists have challenged him to a joint debate with their candidate. Or. Hovey will prefer to dance to the music King Blaine and lord Carnegie Scotland. Scotland is to take the United states under her Wing. General Jackson m his last official utterance in his Farewell address to the people the United states said a a the tax imposed goods enhances by so much the Price the commodity to the consumer and As Many these duties Are imposed articles necessity which Are daily used by the great body the people the Money raised by these imposts is drawn from their pockets. Congress has no right under the Constitution to take Money from the people unless it is required to execute some one the specific Powers entrusted to the from polkas message. The following extracts Are from president polkas message to Congress in 1840 a a i have also declared my opinion to he a in favor a Tariff for Revenue a and that a in adjusting the details Sulci a Tariff 1 have sanctioned such moderate discriminating duties As word produce the amount Revenue needed and at the same time afford reasonable incidental Protection to our Home Industry a and that 1 was a opposed to a Tariff for Protection merely and not for a a a in executing this Power by levying a Tariff duties for the support government the raising Revenue should he the object and Protection the incident. To reverse this principle and make Protection the object and Revenue the incident would he to inflict Manifest injustice upon All other than the protected a the largest portion our people Are agriculturists others Are employed in manufactures Commerce navigation and the Mechanic arts. To tax one Branch this Home Industry for the Benefit another would he unjust. No one these interests can rightfully claim an advantage Over the other to he enriched by impoverishing the others. All Are equally entitled to the fostering care and Protection the government. In exercising a sound discretion in levying discriminating duties within the limit prescribed care should he taken that it should he done in a manner not to Benefit the wealthy few at the expense the toiling millions by taxing lowest the luxuries life articles Superior Quality and High Price which can Only he consumed by the wealthy and highest the necessaries life articles coarse Quality and Low Price which the poor and great mass our people must Little happenings. Court was in session three Days this week. Judge Pearce presiding. Confirmations real estate sales by the sheriff motions demurrer and divorce cases claimed the attention the court. The demurrer to the petition for an injunction to prevent the trustees Goshen township from issuing Bonds to the amount $10,000 for Railroad purposes was passed by the court. The court overruled the demurrer which raised the question constitutionality the Hill authorizing the trustees to submit to a vote and Issue Bonds Etc. Judge Pearce took the position that the Hill was unconstitutional and therefore void. Exceptions were noted to the ruling the court. Pleadings will not he filed to the petition and if not the injunction will he made perpetual. It has not been decided yet by the r. Committee whether the Case will be taken up not. It will require three years to get a supreme court decision it. This will doubtless end the tax measure. Whether the company will accept the $7000 subscription not is the great question. It looks As though the people Here do not want facilities this kind. Let canal Dover step in now and take the Plum. The Wheeling amp Lake Erie Railroad is pushing work rapidly the Extension through Harrison county. The Stanley Bros have a Large Force Between Bowerstown and Scio Rexford Bros at Folk station c. B. Doughy Maddigan Grout amp daily also have Large forces at work. Miller x Mccann who have been awarded the two Large tunnels Are putting up shanties preparatory to working a Large Force. Cadiz is full Railroad men and the depot is crowded with Dennison paragraph. New Philadelphia differs from Cadiz j Pani ment somewhat judging from the attitude some her citizens toward our proposed new Road. They Are not willing for our town to he full Railroad men hut probably prefer what Railroad men have a a he full. A canal Dover to Cleveland and return $2 the round trip August 29th. The ally East John Kaderly a dry goods store is being picked with slag. This is the tune when merchants Wise should Boom their Trade and advertise. John Burry is having an artistic sign painted his dry goods establishment. The m. E. Sabbath school will hold a picnic to Day thursday in Kurtzis Grove. Canal Dover to Niagara Falls and return for $4.50 for the round trip August 29th. E. Smith was before the mayor this week for disorderly conduct and lined $10 and costs. A drove texan ponies passed throw the City saturday evening hound for Uhrichsville. Some men Are funny naturally hut forced humor inspires nothing in the Way Good sense. Buy your fruit Trees grape vines plants Etc., Daniel Wyss new Philadelphia. He Sells cheap. There is a Post office in West Virginia named a a Caress a hut they done to allow any hugging in the office. Send in your subscriptions and get the times the newsy Campaign paper �?$1 per year in Advance. Business the canal is very Slack at present one canal boat still lies the docks at Lockport for repairs. The lutheran congregation give a vocal and musical concert this evening in connection with a supper and festival. A travelling band split the air with its enlivening musical Strain thursday last with every sound but that a musical Quantity. A watering trough for the accommodation the Public has been placed the Corner the alleys running past the a a Sherman a barn. For particulars regarding the Niagara Falls and Cleveland excursion August 29th, Call upon address any agent the Cleveland x Marietta Ray. A Public dance was Given last evening in Chapins Hall and a Good number were in attendance. The a Light fantastic was tripped until a late hour. The presbyterian Sabbath school Pic Nice yesterday the Island up the River from Dover the school going to that Point by Means conveyances. By a recent ruling the postmaster general nothing in the nature a Dun contained an envelope postal card wrapper can be sent through the mails. Bill Crossland was arrested yesterday morning for appropriating some chickens in the night season at be Hock a restaurant. He was Given a hearing yesterday. Three sons sunny Italy rendered some Fine operatic selections our thoroughfares tuesday two the Trio j playing violins with the Harp a com tiie end school vacation is fast approaching and the a a Small boy a will put away his fishing tackle and cease his efforts to get drowned a pass hence by the Green Apple route. Down in the Ohio Valley at Martins ferry they Are getting the sunday prohibitory ordinance Down Fine. An ordinance a s passed by the con Sci 1 pro i hit ing the Sale milk meat confections ice Cream cigars papers Etc. Now the personal rights people want the paid singing in the churches stopped and perhaps after a while the preachers will also come under the new regime. Bear in mind the great excursion to Niagara Falls the 29th August via the popular c. A m. Passengers who so desire May Stop Over at Jamestown and run Down to Chautauqua for a Day two resuming their trip at their pleasure by securing a Stop Over from the agent the train without extra Cost. Gene a Phil. Sheridan a remains were Laid to rest saturday in the Beautiful Arlington cemetery at Washington the Home the Soldier dead with strictly military honors the request his wife. The funeral Sermon was delivered by Cardinal Gibbons and was a fitting tribute to the memory one the nations truest and most Gallant defenders. A Large Syndicate is buying up All the Timber lands in Wisconsin and Minnes Sota so As to control the lumber Market. Put lumber the free list and defeat the Trust. The Tariff will Aid their greedy desires and make their Trust possible. Parnell has sued the London times in the courts Scotland for slander. The Laws Scotland Are More Liberal. A majority three jurors being sufficient to determine an Issue instead a unanimous verdict As required in England. Porter Indiana declined to he a candidate for governor after having the nomination virtually tendered him. He like Janies g. Blaine saw tie hand writing the Wall and did not wish to be a Defeated candidate. The Campaign is being opened along the line and the minute guns local Campaign speeches Are but Small artillery to what shall hear during the Campaign this fall. Considerable improvement has been made in the Way curbing High and Broadway streets. These additions in front residences gives a More metropolitan aspect to our City. Prof. Simmons the aeronaut and . Chapman a journalist started monday from London to make the trip by balloon to Vienna Austria. They expected to land before dark tuesday. The nuptials miss Cora Kaderly this City and . Win. Nussdorf Crof thu Forest City were announced to he consummated yesterday by Rev. Areola the German reformed Church this City. A a All ills that flesh is heir to a All hones that ache dare to All things that make you swear too can he cured by a Cdr. Expectorants life the song the Street Fakir is heard in the land. The administrator Leo. Thompson Engineer the Panhandle killed at Reeds Mills August 23, 1887, by his train running off the track Lias brought suit against the company for $10,000 damages. The Steubenville Gazette says that a Tiffin delegation has been figuring about Steubenville for a Day two perhaps getting ready to offer $10,000,-000 and free Gas for one Hundred years for removal the town. Alice the four year old daughter 11. Walton the shoe merchant while playing in the Yard at her grand Mother mrs. Links residence thursday evening last fell and broke an Arm. Or. And mrs. Walton were away attending a wedding at port Washington and had left the Little one in charge her grandmother. The Ball Given by the new Philadelphia base Ball club in Eagle Hall saturday evening was a highly successful affair and was the Means adding some $40 $50 in shekels to the clubs Treasury. The Hall was comfortably filled and the dance terminated at a very seasonable hour. Those in charge the management Are to he congratulated the Success their first entertainment. Little happenings. General Schofield will now take the rank held by general Sheridan. A Young Man at Reading. Pa., is seriously ill from kissing a girls Rouge painted Cheeks. We noticed a considerable number Farmers the streets saturday now that harvesting is about Over. Secure your sleeping car accommodation for the Niagara Falls excursion before the 25th, and avoid the Rush. Massillon revels with Joy Over the fact that another seven foot vein Coal has been developed in that Vicinity. A strike among the working men the construction the new waterworks at Dennison has been amicably adjusted. The 5th annual Niagara Falls excursion via the popular c. X m. Ray leaves a anal Dover at 4 00 p. M. Fare $4 50 for the round trip. Remember the times office is Headquarters for neat and artistic Job printing and our prices Are reasonable in every particular. The Wheeling Register alleges that no a a Hope is now taken at at the Wheeling intelligencer office unless there is an affidavit attached. Cheap excursion to Cleveland aug. 29th, via the popular c. X m. Ray. Special trains will leave canal Dover at 4 00 p. M. Fare for round trip $2. The water Fountain which formerly stood the Square has been placed in the Alley near Beckhold a Blacksmith shop when pipes have been Laid to it. Water Mains Are now being Laid at the extremity West High Street to afford water Supply to the residents in that portion the City. Sleeping car accommodation for the Niagara Falls sex evasion can he secured by applying to addressing C. Adams agent the c. A m. Ray canal Dover it. A had fall occurred in the Long Tunnel at Flushing the �?T., l. X w., last week just after a passenger train passed through. It will require some time to clean it out. Two log Cabins a la a Tippecanoe and Tyler too a Are being built at the residence . Rhodes wc4 High St. They will be used in the Campaign to stir up political Thunder. The grass has been cleaned off the pavement around Eagle Hall and if the Good work should cause others to do likewise the City would assume a better appearance some streets. A drive out the Slanesville Ragersville and Strawsburg roads discloses the fact that Harvest is about ended in the Valley and the merry months summer Are drawing to a close. Some sixty seventy teachers from diff Erent parts the county Are in attendance at the teacher s Institute which commenced its session monday and will last throughout this and next week. The rolling Mill at this place is making full time and Are shipping their Stock As fast As they turn it out. A Short Stop for repairs Only two weeks during the summer shows a healthy state affairs. The workmen Republican proclivities at the rolling Mill propose to erect a Harrison and Morton Flag pole in that Vicinity sometime during this next week. A Large hag is also being made to ornament the pole when erected. Robt. Chisholm the Well known a Leve land x Pittsburg Railroad Engineer died at Bellaire typhoid fever last week. Chisholm has pulled the throttle that Road for thirty three years and during that time has unluckily killed by ins engine some Twenty one Twenty two people. Two juvenile base Hall clubs belonging to new Philadelphia and a anal hover respectively crossed Willows at the base Hall Park saturday. When it comes to base Hall the average Small Hoy can inform the general Public the Points the game. The score resulted in favor new Philadelphia. Elijah Crossland died at five clock thursday morning paralysis. He has been a sufferer for several years and death comes As a Relief. He was a Soldier in the 52nd Ohio regiment and served Over three years. He was fifty years age at his death. He was buried saturday by the Andrew Crawford Post g. A. At the request Many patrons and friends the Young people the presbyterian Church will repeat their aesthetic Garden concert wednesday evening August 22d, with some additions to their former programme. The Young ladies sword Drill will again he an attractive feature. Reserved seats 25 cents general admission 15 cents. Reserved seats Sale at Harris pros saturday August 18. Teachers attending the Institute Are invited. 34w2 there is a new swindle out that is designed to victimize the ladies. It is worked in this Wise the Rascal advertises for ladies to address envelopes at their Homes he offering to furnish stationery and postage and one cent for each envelope addressed which to a rapid Penman would soon mean a Small Fortune. The advertiser requires every applicant to Deposit with him one Dollar As a guarantee Good intentions. If you done to want to be gulled done to Send the Dollar for if you do that will be the last you will Ever hear it the fellow who is to furnish you lucrative employment. Little happenings. Personal mention. For Marc and Colt. Times office. A Good seven year old a bargain. Call at the storms seem to have a bad effect the English Sparrow pest. Hundreds were found dead after a storm at canal Winchester last week. If this he True let us have More storms. The present year has not As yet been very prolific in the Way startling casualties hut the murder and suicidal mania is unusually Large thus far throughout the country. Charles Gunn Kansas City who died last week left behind eight widows and the presumption is that a number sons Gunny a were also . The girls who do housework in Lewiston and Auburn me., propose to form a Union and to hold a county convention to consider the wages question to ask Lor bettor and better treatment. Frank Green Taylorville Illinois cuts a strange Freak in nature by eloping with his step Mother. The father had his son and spouse arrested for stealing and disposing the furniture. There is considerable excitement in the Ohio Valley Over the failing the natural Gas Supply. Ii Rick Yards potteries and manufactories As Well As private families Are greatly inconvenienced thereby. Fashion has decreed a new wedding anniversary tin a Clover wedding a upon the fourth year Matrimony. The gifts Are four leaved tables screens Glass dishes port folios frames and other articles with quatre Oil designs. An Exchange says that the simplest pocket Rule is the Silver which a person usually carries in his pocket. A Silver Quarter measures three fourths an Inch the half Dollar one Inch and the Dollar an Inch and a Quarter. Mrs. John Sherwood who is a mistress deportment repudiates the etiquette which demands that a lady show a How to a gentleman before he can presume to How. She says it is an English custom which has no rights that society in America is hound to respect. Twenty drops carbolic acid evaporated a shovel will banish the files from a room quicker than All the Sticky Fly paper in existence. A Small piece camphor gum held Over a lamp till it is consumed will also do the work Well. Snake stories Are Ripe and this one Heads the list at present a a Bremen Ohio Farmer named Meyers was attacked and badly injured wednesday by a Snake which he claims is ten feet Long and sixteen inches through. A party has been organized to Hunt the the yellow lever is spreading at Jacksonville Florida. Twenty cases More now at the Hospital. The disease is said to he assuming an epidemic form. The people Are fleeing from the towns where the fever has broken out to other cities there to he refused admittance to the town. The situation South is alarming. Roht. Hines cite. Wellsville is in the John Arn is again quite ill. He had recently returned from a Western trip. Some More vetoes. The presidents reasons for Iii is nature from nine private pension Bills. Or. Jacob Degrief Clias. Zelnor and wife returned from their visit to new York sunday. Or. Tinker returned Home monday from a visit to friends in the Northern part the state. Miss Lucy Degrief has returned from her visit to new York and is again handing out mail. Rev. S. F. Ross port Washington and j. A. Conway Scio gave the times office a Call monday. Or. James a. Stem pc Guernsey county visited his father Daniel Stein ple reaver dam this week. S. A. Court and Justice Richards were Down at Goshen saturday evening working up k. Of p. Insurance. Or. Thomas g. Welsh and wife it. Union were the guests the editor the times thursday last. Simon Beck the county Board examiners teachers is erecting a Fine new residence East water Street. Mrs. Frank ii. Tabor and daughter water Street this City is visiting her Mother this week at port Washington. Or. Stell Knisley is spending this week camping near Newcomerstown with folks from that place and Bolivar. F. Flickinger representing John Murphy x cons undertaking establish ment Pittsburgh pa., was in the City Friday. W. F. Gilmore Kush township who is attending the teachers Institute this week gave the times office a pleasant Call tuesday. Washington August 10. The president to Day vetoed nine private pension Bills All which originated in the House. The Hills granting pensions to Edson Maxbarry George Pitner Lydia a. Heeny William p. Riddle and James c. White Are disapproved the ground that death disabilities the soldiers were not attributable to their military service. In the eases the last two unexplained charges desertion appear record. An act to pension Bernard Carlin is vetoed the ground that his claim is still before the pension office. The president objects to the act granting a pension to Saline t. Ward widow T. Ward who after serving in the mexican War entered the War the rebellion As a brigadier general and was wounded in the Arm tin ground that it does not state that this pension shall he in lieu that which mrs. Ward is now receiving under the mexican pension act. The Bill to pension mrs. Caroline g. Seyforth is vetoed Oil the ground that her husband s death was not due to his army service. The Hill to Grant a pension to mrs. Rachel Barnes is again vetoed the president having disapproved a Hill to Grant her a pension in 188. Her husband committed suicide in March 1882. 11 is widow claimed his death was due to insanity and her application was rejected by the pension Bureau this Case the president says a a 1 confess that 1 have endeavoured to relieve myself from again interposing objections to the granting a pension to this poor and aged widow. But 1 can not forget that age and poverty do not themselves justify gifts Public Money and it seems to me that the according pensions is a serious business which ought to he regulated by principle and reason though these May Well to tempered with much liberality. A the Happy protected Farmer. Or. Parks has been confined to his bed several weeks with a severe attack malarial fever. We Hope lie will soon recover. J. U. West the hustling drummer arbu Klc x cons Coffee House Pittsburg was seeing new Philadelphia merchants monday. In a a ref Al love him ent take k care him. Sex . George Campbell who Lias been visiting in Ireland his native country returned Home this week. 11 came Over m the same vessel with Blaine. The weather in this month so far compares very favourably with the a glorious climate the tier Meme Tor at 70 degrees and your ear tickled by a festive Mosquito and the musical hum the a Katy did a ought to he a gentle reminder that these Are the a Melon Colic Days a the Saddest the year. A Hoy in a neighbouring township put a plug tobacco into a Jug whisky that lie Lound in a horse shed during a Church supper and the next Day the physicians reported seventeen cases ice Cream poisoning All men and the ladies who made the ice Cream cried their innocent eyes out about it. A past Liverpool Tribune. For Hundred and sixty acres first class land situated in Cowley county Kansas. Seventy acres under cultivation. Small Frame House Orchard apples peaches Etc. Cottonwood Grove the premises. Will take $2,000 Cash will give two years time $750 at 8 per cent interest. For information inquire at the times office. 34\v4 this is the season in residential straws and Here is one an excursion Over the Canton x Cleveland Road saturday to Cleveland employees the Holton steel co., to the number 000, a vote was taken which resulted As follows Cleveland 145 Harrison 122 with a few prohibition votes and one vote for Belva Lockwood. Belva always gets there. Receiver Pritchard As master commissioner sold the Columbus x Eastern railway August 10th, for $1,315,000 to the reorganized company the blood Syndicate. The Road is 83 Miles Long. The blood Syndicate owns the Cleveland x Canton and the it. I. X w., and when the c. X c. Is finished from Coshocton to Zanesville it will then form a connecting link Between blood a two roads. Hugh Brooks Maxwell. The murderer Arthur Preller his travelling companion at the Southern hotel in St. Louis a crime horrible in its details which occurred almost eighteen months ago paid the penalty for ins crime Friday. Henry Landgraf condemned for the murder his sweetheart was also hanged the same scaffold at the same time making a double execution. Maxwell died weak whilst Landgraf maintained a stoical indifference As to his Fate. Every Effort had been made to save maxwells neck the Case being heard in the county state and United states courts and the English government which he and Preller were citizens finally asked for a respite which gov. Morehouse Missouri refused to Grant. Samuel Stettler has had the new front his shoe store neatly painted. Sex county clerk John m. Figert returned monday trom a pleasure trip to Cincinnati taking in the exposition and also visiting Columbus and other cities. Or. Fred. Grim razors Villa called wednesday and renewed his subscription to the times. Thanks Fred. We wish had the Opportunity to say this several Hundred More just now. Henry Permar John Orr x sons Steubenville and a. C. Brannum a. Brannum a sons Bridgeport representing the above firms in wholesale groceries were doing the Eity yesterday. Or. H. M. Snitt Baltic one Tuscarawas county a Best teachers gave the times office a pleasant Call tuesday. He is attending the Institute Here. He will teach at Berlin Holmes county the coming Winter. S. A. Court past grand Chancellor the k. Of p. In Ohio was a visitor in the City thursday last. Brother court during his term instituted some fifty two k. Of p. Lodges in the state making a splendid record. He visited the local Lodge during the evening. G. W. Ault representing s. S. Marvin a cons Cracker House Pittsburg was a a drumming our merchants monday. We credited Edward Huff last week As representing this House. Or. Huff represents Mcclurg x cons Cracker establishment the same City. Or. Ault is an old business Man and a successful commercial traveller. Or. George English Harrison county and j. I it. English one the Board directors the Lazear Glass works in West Virginia were visiting relatives near town last week. Or. J. B. English says their Plant declared a 20 per cent dividend the past year. This is not had under a democratic administration. These gentlemen Are Brothers to . John English near town hut Are red idiot republicans. Died. The Little eight Vear old son George Steinbaugh who resides school House Street was accidentally smothered to death sunday afternoon at the Sand Bank South the rolling Mill. The Little fellow and sister were playing for some time in the Sand and the sister concluded to go Home coaxing her Little brother to go also hut he remained at play the Hank. The father who was at work discovered that his son was not at the accustomed place where he the father had always taken him everyday As he did not get along Well with neighbor children. He immediately instituted search and by the assistance others dug out the Sand which Hud caved in to the amount twelve foot. The body was discovered and showed the effect the intense Suff ering the Little fellow had endured before death behold then the Happy Farmer As he rises in the morning and puts his common flannel shirt taxed 95 percent. It is perchance Cool and to puts a coat taxed 57 per cent lit cannot go without shoes taxed 35 per cent., and the hot that to puts is taxed 05 per cent. To draws water in a bucket taxed 35 per cent., and washes his face and hands in a tin howl taxed 35 per cent., drying them a cheap Towel taxed 45 per cent. But still More happiness is in store. 11 sits Down to breakfast and eats from a Plato taxed 50 per cent., with a knife and Fork taxed 35 per cent. The sugar he puts into his Coffee is taxed 82 per cent., and he seasons his food with Salt taxed 40 per cent. He looks fondly at his Happy wife and children who share his Protection with him and then goes out and fills his pipe with tobacco taxed 182 per cent., perhaps lights a protected Cigar taxed 118 per cent. Meanwhile the smiling Sun streams through the protected Glass window Iii Domicil a tax 50 per cent. The thrice Happy Farmer now takes old Nell out the stable and puts a bridle taxed 35 percent. A neighbouring Smith shoes her using nails taxed 00 per cent., driven by a Hammer that is taxed 20 per cent. He then hitches her to a plow taxed 15 per cent with chains taxed 58 per cent and proceeds to his highly protected labor. The Days work being done he reads a chapter from the family Bible taxed 25 per cent., and kneels to prayer a Humble carpet taxed 51 per cent. At something about Wool. A a Domestic wools have gone Down in Price from the time the Morril Tariff was enacted in 1870 until senator Frye Maine in Senate 1883. A in 1886 the Price Wool was 01 cents in 1870, 4g cents in 1880, which was an abnormal year 48 cents but to Day i am told that these wools sell from 35 to 40 cents per Pound. So the result the policy protecting the Wool grower has been As in All industries to gradually reduce the Price. Under the operation the existing Law the Tariff 1807 tin Price Wool has gradually gone Sherman Thio in Senate 1s83. A a to Day Wool is cheaper Pound for Pound and has let Een for the last five years than it was from 1850 to 1860, under the free rating the free Trade Republican state committee Michigan in 1883. A the Tariff 1807 has steadily year by year reduced the Price Hio Wool growers association 1ss3. �?otht1 Price Wool has steadily receded from 51 cents in 1807 to 32 Indiana Wool growers association 1883. A a the Price Wool from 1845 1800 under a Low Tariff was to the grower 46� while to Day under the Tariff 1807, it is less than 30 Wool do so elation 1883. A a the average Price medium Wool in Boston for thirty five years before the War and under a Low Tariff was nearly 43 cents. The average Price the same Wool for fifteen years under the Tariff 1807�?except for 1871 and 1872, was materially 11�?T. G. Markham representative National wend. La Doc action before Tariff commission 1883. A in 1870 the Price Wool was 51 cents per Pound. There has been a steady reduction until it is so Low As to he comparatively Republican members ways Aud Means committee House representatives it Ashing 1880. Harvest excursions. For the Benefit those who desire to take a Western trip and see the magnificent crop results in Dakota Minnesota Iowa Nebraska and Kansas at comparatively Small expense the Chicago Milwaukee a St. Raul Ray will sell from Chicago Milwaukee and other Points its lines in Illinois Wisconsin Eastern Iowa and Minnesota round trip Harvest excursion tickets to Points farther West at one half the regular rates. Tickets will he Good for return passage for thirty Days from dates Sale which will he As follows August 21.St september 11th and 25th october 9th and 23d. For further information address a. V. 11. Carpenter general passenger agent Milwaukee Wisconsin Ixo. >�?, passenger agent 99 Ith St., Cincinnati it. 33wll. Cleveland and Thurman club. Bucks Crawford and German townships with Headquarters at Baltic Ohio organized a Cleveland and Thurman club saturday evening August Lluli and were addressed by e. J. Duer and sheriff S. Trover Millersburg with Good prospects for a Large membership. The officers Are president a. J. Fisher. Secretary ii. M. Snitt. Cor. Sec Yuhr. A. S. Metzler. Treasurers. J. Burger. They had a splendid rally fora begin ing. A Chance for a bargain. 1 will sell Trade my property situated in Slanesville Tuscarawas county consisting a new two Story Frame dwelling 24x30, finished in Good style. A business building 24x24, in two rooms one occupied by the Postof lice and the last he lies Down and wraps his weary other suitable Lor a doctors office. A limbs in a Sheet taxed 45 per cent., and amp it 1 stable and All necessary out build sinks into the arms morpheus under a Blanket that is taxed 104 per Rost Globe. Appears in the following special wednesdays Plain dealer new Philadelphia it aug. 14. Emma Traxel the 18-year-old daughter Jacob Traxel crooked run five Miles from this place narrowly escaped being buried alive yesterday. Miss Traxel had been sick for nearly six weeks and saturday morning was to All appearances dead. The body was prepared for burial and placed m a coffin. The funeral was set for monday. On sunday evening miss Traxel to the astonishment All suddenly came to lib. She had been in a trance thirty six hours and was conscious her surroundings. She could hear the weeping her friends and her feelings during those Long terrible hours can Only be imagined. She has nearly recovered from the terrible Shock. The fact that the republicans Are preparing a Tariff Reform Hill As a substitute for the Mills Hill is an acknowledgement that Tariff Reform i it necessary and not simply an Effort democrats to ruin the country. The Mills Hills puts tie Tariff steel rails at $11 per ton and the Republican substitute Hill at Only $12 per ton and yet they cry Protection to the Iron Industry Thon Art a i Gnu in. Or. L. E. Delong port Washington j gave us a Call this week. He is attend j ing the Institute. He is one tuscan awas county a Best teachers and is in j aged to teach at Hills District Salem township for the coming Winter the first National convention the american party whose motto is a America for americans a began its session at Washington i. Tuesday with 200 released him he having been smothered j delegates present representing Twenty and crushed. The remains were taken j two states and territories to the residence the parents and the j sad news was broken to his Mother. The parents have Only resided in new a legislative committee consisting Philadelphia about six weeks and show a three members from each Branch the have the sympathy the people. 1 state legislature were acc Mansfield. In i. I ii e i tuesday for the purpose i Vestiga Selma a. Ivvle 5-months-old child of1 11 . And mrs. Hyle Newcastle tuesday evening. The remains were interred to Day at Goshen Hill. Oliver Reed six months old son Oliver and Mary Reed tuesday morning at Goshen and the remains were buried yesterday. Ting a proposition to remove the Ohio Penitentiary to that Point. Blaine readied Home again at Agusta Maine by train without rain tuesday. Further particulars would he a Johnson answers Blaine the Cle Velander has a Tariff discussion with the plumed Knight the City new York and gets the letter him. Mrs Good Well water and Cistern. Property is situate Corner Public Square. Would Trade for Stock groceries a Small farm. For information address Ltd. Law laugh Slanesville 29tf Good results in every Case. I. A. Bradford wholesale paper dealer Chattanooga term., writes that he was seriously afflicted with a severe cold that settled his lungs had tried Many remedies without Benefit. Being induced to try i it a. Kings new discovery for consumption did so and was cured by use a few bottles. Since which time he has used it in his family for All coughs and colds with in it St results. This is the experience thousands whose lives have been saved by this wonderful discovery. Trial bottles free at f. Miller a songs drug store. Chance to buy a piano an. The firm b. Dreher a sons extensive piano and Organ dealers have at present no agent working in Tuscarawas county so will make special prices to any retail customer who wants to buy a piano Organ for Cash time. This is an Opportunity to buy a piano Organ at wholesale prices As you can buy direct from the wholesale agent and save $75 $100 any piano it it a Organ. Address b. Do Kukk a suns 347 Superior Street Cleveland o., leading piano dealers. 33w2. The L. Ii Ouglas advertised shoes j Are widely known everywhere As the Best value for the Money any yet introduced. His celebrated $3.00 Call seamless shoe is perfectly smooth inside no tacks Wax thread to Hurt the feet and As easy As hand sewed shoes. It is a pleasure to Wear them. Read his advertisement appearing in this paper from time to time. Walton a Ackey sole agents for new Philadelphia Ohio. 33wl7 Fitch withdraws from the g. O. P. New York aug. 14. Congressman Ashbel 1. Fitch has resigned from the Republican association the Twenty third Assembly District and from the District committee. He gave As his reason that he is not willing to support the a new doctrine upon which the party managers have decided to make this Campaign. He favors revision the Tariff and opposes the reduction the whisky tax. Cincinnati enquirer special new York aug. 11. Topics other than the weather and the Speed the ship were discussed by the passengers t lie Steamer City new York. The american contingent was about evenly divided As to politics and the presence . Blaine inspired the republicans to throw Down the Gauntlet to their democratic companions. Debating groups were formed pleasant afternoons and the Tariff problem brought Forth the liveliest a. Go mints. Or. Blaine was a Chance listener to several the discussions hut he prudently declined to participate. He however conversed at length the Issue with several among whom was . A. L. Johnson Cleveland. Or. Johnson is largely interested in the steel rail Mills at Johnstown pa., and is a warm advocate the Mills Hill lie gave a substance his Tariff talk with Blaine to an enquirer reporter to Day. Said lie a a were discussing general matters monday when i turned the Drift old the conversation to the Tariff by remarking what a pity it was that a boat As Large and magnificent As the City new York built with american Money every screw was made in a foreign country. I told him that Scotchman Drew the plans English manufactures furnished every part the machinery Pul More England by subsidizing the company reserves the right to Purchase the boat in Case War. Think it built by american Money and yet can a had should the occasion arise to prey upon us. England a country lit tie larger than the state Ohio a controlling the ports the world in this Way and hero to arc Only trailing with ourselves. A a emr. Blaine stated that lie deprecated the fact that this country had followed the policy refusing to encourage ship building by subsidy. When he was in Congress lie told me he endeavoured to build up a Trade with South american countries and especially Brazil by introducing a Hill to award subsidies to ship builders a a Brazil had also expressed herself through her ministers As ready to cooperate with this country. Congress however failed to concur. A it is through this subsidizing policy a said . Blaine a that England retains her pre Eminence the sea. A a a at this Point Captain Manton United states Consul at Uruguay who was appointed by president Grant and has not been disturbed by the democratic administration joined the party. He said that the american Flag was seen less in Uruguay a pm to than even that l u key and what is More american shipping gets hut 5 per cent the $250, 000,000 the Commerce from that port every year. England carries the greater part. A a n hearing this . Blaine turned to me and asked what 1 thought Mantonis statement. I replied that this chinese Wall High Protection shuts us off from trading with most profitable markets. A a . Blaine replied a Why . Johnson have free Trade among ourselves and this country you know is a pretty Large one. A a a but . Blaine a spoke up . Johnson �?~1 thought that you said you had been in favor encouraging Trade with Brazil a a a . Blaine smiled at this Light indictment and spoke the beauties the United states its advantages to the poor and its grand possibilities. Or. Blaine said that a High Protection was essential to the life the Iron Industry and that the higher schedule wages Here made it so. A a being in the steel and Iron business myself i took exceptions to this and said that the manufacturers were protected while the workingmen had to meet in Competition the Dregs foreign labourers. A a 1 said a How is the worker protected from foreigners you May say there is a Law against the importation contract labor. But it is the easiest thing in the world to defeat its purpose. Another thing to hear some people Taik you would think that the English people were not among our Best patrons in certain ways. A a a Why 1 sailed Down from Glasgow to Dublin one line steamers whose sole business is confined to the transportation american hour meats Etc. To i reland.a a . Blaine said lie was aware the fact that Large shipments american produce found a Market in England. Ii however reiterated that could dispense with this Trade rather than tamper with the Tariff. A a a shoe manufacturer attracted by the talk also joined in flu discussion. He said that All he wanted was free raw material and he would compete with tin foreign manufacturer. The discussion began to Wax hot at this Point. Reverting to the alleged Protection to the workingmen 1 instanced the Case fifteen Hundred poles taking the place american Iron workers in a Cleveland Mill Only about two years ago. The americans Wen Diss tidied with the scale wages paid and struck. The company refused their demand and employed the poles at even a greater discount. The aliens had been connected with the company Only a year when they struck against a further Cut. A they paraded the streets with clubs and red hags and were Only dispersed by a Strong application the Locust in the hands the police. None them could speak the English language. There is one ease Protection. A a 1 told . Blaine another Case when 1 was building a Brooklyn horse railway about a year ago. Over two Hundred men came to me and said that they wanted work As they were starving. They pictured their despairing condition and were willing to work for almost anything. A a . Blaine asked me if they were foreigners. I told him they were honest industrious irishmen some whom had been in this country for 25 Chas. Crocker the Pacific coast Railroad magnate died at Monterey cal., tuesday

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