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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 23, 1888, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published Kekry thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing 0 every description done on Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the Quot times advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y or. 8 1 00 8 2 00 s 3 00 s 5 00 2 x 5 00 7 50 15 00 3 0 1 it 50 12 50 22 50 b 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 s 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 bus n c is notices five cents per line. Volume Philadelphia Moore editor and proprietor thursday August 23, 1888. Office in Hummel Block East High St., second floor. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 Sarthe 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 4�remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Postof lice order to the address of the proprietor. A address All matter intended for publication. To the ticket for president of the United states Grover Cleveland. For vice president Allen g. Thurman. State. For Secretary of state Boston j. Young of Marion. For supreme judge Lyman r. Critchfield of Holmes. For member of Board of Public works James Emmett. Of Pike. Congressi ital. For Congress sixteenth District James Owens of Licking. County. For auditor John Kinsey. For commissioner Wesley Emerson. For infirmary director Lewis Geckeler. For Coroner b. D. Downey. The platform the democratic party of the state of Ohio in convention assembled presents to the people of the state the following declaration of principles 1. We endorse without qualification the administration of president Cleveland his honesty integrity Fidelity to principle and Manly courage have endeared him to the american people and the interests of the country demand his renomination and election. 2. We approve the Mills Tariff Bill As the practical expression of the democratic party and request our representatives in Congress to give it their cordial support. 3. We demand that All lands of the government be held for actual settlers who Are citizens of the United states and for those who declare their intention and endorse tie 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 the widows and orphans. 5. We demand an economical expenditure of the Public Money and the re action of the surplus in the Treasury by red died fixation and not by extravagant Ard appropriations. The Money of the people should not be taken from them beyond the needs of economical administration and payment of just obligations. <5. We Are in Hearty sympathy with All people struggling to free themselves from the environment of despotism and especially does the Long and Gallant struggle of Ireland for the priceless Boon of Home Rule and the right it it 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 ail 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. 9. We approve the action of the democratic members of the legislature in their support of the 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 of Hans Home at Xenia. We demand Liberal expenditures for these institutions adequate to the wants of the state. John a. Buchanan will address the Cleveland and Thurman club at Coshocton this evening. Now is the time when each voter should study the situation and at the Battle of the ballots in november vote candidly and intelligently. Judge Thurman has yielded to the pressing invitation from democrats of Chicago and will address them on saturday the 25th instant. The Wheeling intelligencer the leading Republican paper of West Virginia which promptly rebuked the Republican papers that tried to lie the free whisky Plank out of the platform continues to advocate the policy of removing the tax. Quot every line of the internal Revenue Law a it says Quot should be wiped off the statute books. There is not one Good reason for retaining one line of that system. It is a clog on american James g. Blaine the commander of the Republican forces says Quot trusts Are largely private affairs with which neither president Cleveland nor any private citizen has a right to it would seem then that the Republican party has become the Champion of these swindling combinations and Are opposed to having them broken up. That is rather Cool sympathy for poor Labouring men. The democratic party says Reform the Tariff that makes these trusts possible. The republicans of the Senate Are on the Quot anxious seat and striving to Frame a Tariff Reform Bill. They know that the country demands it. They Are Between two lires for if they introduce a Tariff Bill it will take the starch out of their protective cry. For they would like the democrats be called free traders and if they do nothing to relieve the tax Burden they fear they will lose on that ground. Which Side of the log to fall off on is the question now. The solid logical arguments advanced in the Campaign by the democrats Are causing consternation in the ranks of the enemy who have nothing hut Ilam Beau processions to meet with. The men who think to Stampede the voters with shouting ringing of Bells and tooting of horns will find the people want bread before music necessaries before luxuries. The enemy have striven their Best to make a contest Between capital and labor but labor will maintain its right without such a dealer. The Independent a truth telling Michigan paper edited by a ski let Corbit says Quot voters Are asked by their ballots next november to decide which they will have cheap clothing or cheap whisky the Republican platform offers the voter cheap whisky for his own consumption a Gallop to the Devil and a drunkards grave for less Money than under present conditions. The democrats on the contrary propose to retain the tax on this luxury and give the voter his wife and children better clothing for less Money. Take your choices cheap whisky for yourself or Low priced clothing for yourself and family ? a an important decision has just been rendered in the United states supreme court in regard to Selling liquors on navigable Rivers such As the Ohio and others. The decision was rendered in the Case of l. N. Clark Captain of the Mayflower which navigates the Ohio and Monongahela Rivers Selling liquors on these Waters and avoiding the Brooks High License Law of the state of Pennsylvania. Justice Hala decided it illegal and was of the Opi Ninion that Selling liquor by retail on a Steamboat so licensed was not an incident of the right of Public navigation but the Sale can be regulated by the state through which these Waters flow. Congressman Outhwaite of Ohio said in the House on the 14th inst., that a High Tariff Lias no effect upon the Price of Wool which is regulated by the Law of Supply and demand and he quoted a remark made to him by an Ohio Wool grower that he would surrender All the Benefit his Wool product derived from the protective Tariff for the privilege of buying one untaxed pair of pants. This suggests a train of thought that the Quot protectionist Wool grower will do Well to follow to its legitimate conclusion and if it does no to make a a free trader of him Well miss our guess a mile a mile and a half or two Miles. No wonder that or. Blaine believes in trusts. Or. Carnegie has been coaching , the vouchers show that 11,000,000 envelopes have been used in distributing speeches of the members of Congress. The United states Senate wrestled with two subjects Friday which strike the people directly As much needed measures Over head electric wires and non mailable matter particularly that of an obscene character in which the Law has been evaded heretofore. The National committee taking evidence concerning contract labor have taken considerable evidence to the effect that Levi p. Morton has had imported labourers in his employ under contracts made before coming and Lias still at this time. This shows How Well one of the Republican Standard bearers protect american labor. The editor of the advocate still takes exceptions to our statement about the Wheeling it pc Lake Erie Railroad company importing italians and goes off on a technical term. He will please remember that Railroad companies and manufacturers procure these labourers through agents who make Money at the business and hence Are As antagonistic to the american labourer As though they made the contracts direct and Are equally guilty of violating the Law. The san Francisco examiner declares that the hawaiian kingdom supplies a fourth of san Francisco a imports and takes a tenth of All her exports. The reciprocity treaty with that kingdom has caused since it went into effect the building on the Pacific coast of forty sailing vessels and fourteen steamers for the Trade while the number of vessels employed in it has increased from 117 to 174 and tonnage from 81,417 to 118,847. The american Flag covers three fourths of the Trade to the i Kawaiin Island and 900 workmen in san Francisco sugar refineries owe their places to the abolition of Tariff restrictions on hawaiian Commerce besides a Large number of sailors riggers ship carpenters stevedores Etc. The examiner asks if Hawaii is the Only or greatest country in sight. During the whole fourteen months Blaine was absent he was never reported As having visited a Quot Colliery a an English manufacturing establishment nor did he investigate the poor quarters of London to look into the actual condition of labourers. We were regaled with his interviews with the Prince of Wales his Quot breakfasts a his attendance at the Quot Garden parties of the nobility with whom were told he was a Quot great the last months of his stay in Europe he was paraded through Scotland by Carnegie in a Quot tally to coach drawn by four horses. Carnegie a Scotchman hoped to make himself important to his old countrymen by making a vulgar display of his wealth which he was Able to accumulate by plundering american workmen in hauling through Scotland what he styled the Quot uncrowned King of America. Carnegie and Blaine now appear in the role of the Quot friends of american what base hypocrisy a Plain Philadelphia o., thursday August 23, 1888. Number 35,Little happenings. Ohio has got 9,111 breath changing establishments. Canal Dover to Cleveland and return $2 the round trip August 29th. Bellaire Ohio has a new democratic daily called the Bellaire Star. Blaine and Morton will both attend the Centennial exposition at Columbus. Canal Dover to Niagara Falls and return for $4.50 for the round trip August 29 the. The m. E. Sabbath school had a pleasant picnic thursday last notwithstanding the rain. The new k. Of p. Lodge understand will be instituted at new Cumberland next month. An Exchange claims now that the Republican party has come Home their Campaign will be opened. A Frost visited the Region of St. Vincent Minnesota on the 17th inst. It did but Little harm however. The National Encampment of the sons of veterans was in session at Wheeling from thursday until saturday of last week. Gaylord Bishop a Farmer of Summit county was arraigned in court on the 17th inst., for allowing Canada thistles to grow on his land. A Large number of persons from this place took in the k. Of p. Excursion Given by the Uhrichsville knights saturday to Chippewa Lake. There will be a Harvest Home picnic at Jones Grove near Winfield on saturday aug. 25th. Speaking and other entertainment will be the features. The new Brick and sewer pipe works at Uhrichsville is fast approaching completion and the sound of its new whistle echoed among the lulls saturday. It took 151 ballots in the twentieth District convention which held its session at Akron to nominate a congressman. L. Smyser a prominent attorney of Wooster was the nominee. On account of the i clemency of the weather the Tuscarawas Valley trotting breeders association races at canal Dover were postponed until yesterday and to Day on account of rain. Chas. Fronimo of Gnadenhutten was thrown from the gravel train at that place on Friday last by a sudden jerking of the train in coupling cars and was run Over killing him. He leaves a wife and five children. Lie was a High respected citizen. The firm of Spiker amp Haverfield of Uhrichsville has been dissolved or. Spiker still continuing the business. Lie has made extensive repairs at his gallery and is now turning out work in a neat and satisfactory manner. If the Sun were worked up into balls the size of the Earth there would be 1,-245,000 such Halls says prof. Crusinberry of Garfield University. Considering the damage the past four months it might be Well to take Steps to work up part of the Sun into . The teachers Institute is still in session. Profs. Manley of Gabon and Jones of Massillon Are engaged As instructors. The attendance continues to be Large. Or. John Hancock of Dayton and school commissioner Eli t. Tappen of Gambler will each give a lecture this week to the Institute. The democrats of Minnesota have nominated lion. E. Wilson As their candidate for governor. The selection of Wilson is an extremely Wise and judicious one. He is Able popular and with the waning Republican chances i it Emo Cratie Success grows very Plain dealer. Martins ferry comes to the front with a sensation something like the or. Glynn. Rev. Father Jos. N. Tenthy of that Parish has been deposed by Bishop Watterson of Columbus for refusing to collect from every family $1.00 for the diocesan debt 5 per cent of the Gross receipts and 25 per cent for the Knapp real estate. The priest will Appeal to higher authority and his Parish will stand by him. Many thanks to the Royal anglers club of Newcomerstown for an invitation to visit their Camp and share their hospitality. We see from their neatly printed note head bearing the invitation the names of Carter commander a. S. Knisely adjutant S. Lyons commissary or. J. Mcelroy surgeon a. Smith chaplain j. B. Smith chief Cook Frank Wier pot Slinger. Circumstances Are such cannot attend but Hope you will have a Good time. They will break Camp August 27th. The second Section of freight no. 24, on the L. Amp w., ran Over a Man at Tuscarawas Bridge seven Miles South of this City at 8 30 tuesday morning mangling him in a horrible manner cutting off both legs and crushing in his Skull. When picked up by the trainmen the body was still warm. His name is John Fitzpatrick a Miner who formerly worked at Flushing Ohio but for the past two weeks understand has been working at the Massillon Coal cons works at Goshen. He was aged about 32 or 33 years weighing 165 pounds having Sandy hair and Beard and very red face. He is known by parties in this City to have been a drinking Man and this is supposed to be the cause of his death by the wheels. We understand Coroner Downey entertains some idea that it might have been a possible Case of suicide. The remains were taken to Uhrichsville where they were taken charge of by an undertaker and prepared for happenings. Coshocton a thoroughfares will henceforth be lighted by electricity. The Council had a special meeting last night to off Bonds which will mature in september. The United Typo Heue of America will begin its session in new York City on the 18th of september. Alliance is to have a Street railway in the near future. The Council have already granted the franchise. The port Washington Silver Cornet band gave a festival at that place saturday evening last. Secure your sleeping car accommodation for the Niagara Falls excursion before the 25th, and avoid the Rush. A train backed into an engine at Holloway on the L. Amp Tuesday Pilling up several cars and wrecking them. The 5th annual Niagara Falls excursion via the popular Amp m. Ray loaves canal Dover at 4 00 . 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. Cheap excursion to Cleveland aug. 29th, via the popular Amp m. Ray. Special trains will leave canal Dover at 4 00 p. Fare for round trip $2. Work on laying the water Mains ill the streets of Uhrichsville is progressing rapidly. Large forces Are at work on some of the principal streets. The pioneers meeting at the Dover fair grounds Friday last failed to materialize on account of the i clemency of the weather. David Newton has been appointed by the Council on the Board of health and will henceforth look after the City a sanitary regulations. For Sale a a Fine Jersey cow five years old will come in fresh this fall. Inquire of j. B. Lambright Tracy Post office Tuscarawas county 35w3 John Robinsons circus attracted a great Many new philadelphian to it saturday at Uhrichsville. All who attended report the show better than in former years. A Small collision occurred at Stras Burg on the c l amp a tuesday caused by a freight running into a passenger. 1 the freight did not arrive at Strasburg on schedule time hence the Accident. Several cars were wrecked. The new Philadelphia Yard engine on the L. Amp Wrecked five cars at Tuscarawas station tuesday which blocked the track for some time. The wrecking train was sent immediately to the scene and the wreck cleared away. The Normal Advance for August published monthly by p. Palmer at Smithville conies to our desk for Exchange this week. The Advance is neatly gotten up typographically and is a journal devoted to the interests of teachers and students. The House known As the Quot Eagle hotel a on the Dover Road of which Quot Mother Bunche is proprietress was the scene of a Good sized Row the other Day and some of the participants show the effects by their blackened optics and bruised three land slides occurred tuesday on the L. Amp w., Between Flushing and Fairport delaying trains several hours. The passenger train which arrives at this place at three of clock did not get in until about seven in the evening. The track is rapidly being cleared. Quite a number of Uhrichsville Young men came up saturday evening to this City to meet the k. Of p. Excursion returning from Chippewa Lake. The excursion was highly successful and two trains carrying from eight to ten coaches each were required to transport the crowd. Last week at a banquet Given at Marietta College at which fully one Hundred students graduates and past graduates sat Down to the tables some thirty were taken sick from some unknown cause. Seven Are dead including a professor and others Lay seriously ill As yet at this writing. The new Philadelphia base Ball club and the Dover team played a game on the Home grounds saturday afternoon resulting in favor of the latter club by the score of 21 to 23. The feature of the game was the heavy batting of both teams and the score shows that the boys did not have their playing clothes on. Better results can be obtained by better practice. Dundee is considerably torn up by a Church trial conducted by the m. E. Church officials of that place in which or. Mckane and John 11. Benfer figure As the principals in the affair. The trouble grew out of remarks alleged to have been made by Benfer while at the bedside of a patient whom or. Mckane was attending and since that time bitter enmity has grown up Between the two gentlemen. As a result the Church trial followed. Or. James f. Kaldenbaugh of new Philadelphia presented the g. A. Post and the s. Of Camp at Mineral Point each with a Beautiful silk Flag saturday evening. The gifts were presented by or. Kaldenbaugh As a Token of appreciation of the Honor conferred upon his father the late major Henry Kaldenbaugh by the Post and Camp at that place. The g. A. Having named theirs the Quot Kaldenbaugh Post a and the s. Of v., Quot major Kaldenbaugh the evening stars in August Are Venus Mars and Jupiter. John Reardon was before his Honor saturday and fined $10 for drunkenness. For Good seven year old Mare and Colt. A bargain. Call at the times office. Married on monday August 13th, by j. H. Booth or. James Weisenger and miss Mary Magee both of this City. Telegraph Telephone and electric Light wires and dynamite plotters should be served alike All put under ground. Two Ocean steamers of the same line must have followed the same route very exact or they would not have collided. But there ought to have been room enough to pass. Difficulties Between the grand Lodge of Pennsylvania and supreme Lodge k. Of p. Have been adjusted and the Pennsylvania Lodge is now in Fellowship with the others. Wanted Man to sell pianos and organs. A Good honest Man can make $25 to $50 per week. For particulars write to b. Dreher amp sons 347 Superior Street Cleveland 33w2. Young men who so far forget gentlemanly conduct As to hurl banana peels at ladies and get Idlemen should be Given an application of a mayors court plaster spread on to the amount of five or ten dollars. It is said that it is proposed to Challenge or. Blaine to meet or. Carlisle and dispute the Tariff question in alternate speeches in twelve principal cities of the Union six to be named by or. Blaine and six by the speaker. The american association for the advancement of science held its session in Cleveland last week. Physics chemistry geology mechanical science economic science and biology were some of the subjects discussed. The association is composed of some three Hundred members from All parts of the country. Mineral Pointer the subscription to the Glass works Stock capital is slowly increasing. Give the thing a Boom and push it right along. If these works Are built Here it will be the stepping Stone to other important improvements and Mineral Point will Advance with rapid strides. Dentistry. A artificial Teeth $6.00, $7.00 and $8.00 per set at Mitchells dentist rooms in new Philadelphia We warrant our $8.00 Teeth to be made of the Bent material that Money will buy. Gold and Silver fillings at the lowest prices Ever offered in this county guarantee satisfaction in every Case or refund the Money. 35w4 Are in receipt of an invitation to attend the tenth annual reunion of the Waltz family to be held at St. Mathews Church near new Cumberland on wednesday and thursday sept. 5th and 6th. Col. L. Waltz of Dayton is president e. G. Waltz of new Cumberland is Secretary and Joel Waltz of Akron is treasurer. Their reunions Are always interesting and enjoyable and the family is old and connected with the earlier history of new Cumberland. The potters of East Liverpool Are trying to Boycott the crisis of that place because it has the Sand to Tell them some of the fallacies of Protection. Republican merchants Are appealed to because it advocates reduction of War taxation and shows up the hypocrisy of manufacturers there. Such Boycotts As a general Rule never win and in time react on the instigators. The crisis is ably defending itself against this underhanded attack. We credit the Mingo Junction saturday news with taking the bakery on fish stories. Read this what would seem to be almost an incredible Story is related by Quot pig Iron Jim a a prominent citizen of this place of a whale that he saw in the old country in his native county Clare. The whale was 297 feet High 1000 feet Long and it took four horses to haul one of his eyes. The people have been holding fairs and festivals inside the whales carcass for two years. _ Dennison paragraph this is a year of plenty and the Uhrichsville and Dennison fair ought to be a big one. A woman a Relief corps auxiliary to rank poet no. 534, g. A. R., is to be instituted at Gnadenhutten. The second annual Union picnic of the sunday schools of Uhrichsville and Dennison will be held at Bear Den Park at Freeport on the line of the c., l. Amp Ray on saturday sept. 1st.personal mention. Or. And mrs. Chas. A were in Uhrichsville Sabbath. Presiding elder Domer and wife Are spending a week in Cadiz. A Young lady aroused the whole household at her Home in Americus ga., a few nights since screaming and Yelling that some one had kissed her while she was asleep. Her father rushed in with a pistol in one hand and a Light in the other but could not find the Kisser at first. The daughter declared that she Felt the whiskers on her lips and the Fellows breath on her Cheek and that it was Quot soft and just then her pet Kitten slipped from behind her Pillow and she tried to kill it because it was not a Man. Another Ocean horror is reported from new York. The Steamer Geiser collided with the Thingvall in mid Ocean and the Geiser Sank in five or ten minutes after the Accident. Before anything could be accomplished 105 persons found a watery grave and very few were saved. Those lost were mostly from the Northwest of the United states swedes and scandinavians. The Collison it is claimed was caused by the dense fog and both steamers were running at a rapid rate. The Thingvall was so badly damaged that her passengers were transferred to another vessel which brought in the news of the terrible Accident. Or. Crist Neiderhauser of Cleveland spent a few Days with his family in this miss Ella Mccleary of new Comers town visited mrs. O. Knisely the past week. Miss Sattler of Mineral Point is attending the teachers Institute this week. John Schild compositor on the stand Ard returned tuesday from a pleasant trip to Cincinnati. The party Given by miss Holmes was delightful if some of the Young ladies did get frightened. Or. And a is. S. P. Jenkins of Cleveland Are visiting at the residence of or. George Lahmer. Miss Nellie Miskimmon Sof Newcomerstown is in attendance at the teachers Institute during this week. Miss Haskins of Shanesville one of the teachers in that Vicinity is attending the Institute this week. Misses Nellie White Ella Lahmer and Nano Boothe were the guests of miss Vinnie m. Smith last week. Or. And mrs. J. H. Boothe and baby Jean spent several Days in Uhrichsville the guests of will Smith and wife. Messes. Lahmer and Radabaugh attended the party Given by miss Vinnie Smith last wednesday evening. Miss Nellie Patrick of new Philadelphia is visiting friends in Cadiz the guest of miss Jennie Cadiz Sentinel. Misses Nellie Lizzie and Maggie White returned to their Home in Cleveland after a two months visit in this City. M is. A. J. Smith and daughter Katie of Tippecanoe were the guests of her daughter mrs. Same a Moore Over sunday. _ W. Scott of the Iron Valley reporter canal Dover was in the City monday looking after the interests of his journal. John Burry has accepted a position in Cleveland and will remove Lus family and household effects to that place shortly. Prof. Ray supt. Of the Union school has returned to the City after quite a sojourn in Western states and is looking Hale and on the Tariff. P. H. Read of the Standard and Rev. Accola of this City were two of the speakers at the big sunday school reunion at Ragersville saturday. Rev. Banker and wife and or. And mrs. Henmi Inger Are in attendance at the Wooster Baptist association which holds its session at Canton this week. Frank b. Kelly who has been working for the past two months As a compositor on the times returned to his Home at Toronto Ohio to Day. Lawyer j. T. Of Donnell arrived Home tuesday evening from his european tour looking in the Best of health and reporting a splendid trip across the briny. Misses Stella Kevan and Lizzie and Jennie Thornburg of Allegheny pa., Are visiting at the residence of or Jessie Thornburg this City. W. Hartford of the Diamond fire Clay company Uhrichsville returned saturday from a trip East As far As new York City in the interests of that firm. Mrs. O. Knisely smother mrs. S. A. Brisben from Rochester Pennsylvania and her aunt mrs. S. B. Marks from Saint Louis Missouri Are making her a Short visit. Charles Aiken formerly a finisher in the Diamond Eire Clay company a works at Uhrichsville is now an extra fireman on the Eastern division of the Panhandle. Or Albert Laupert of Fry a Valley spent a couple of Days at the residence of Charles Williams this City. Or Haupert is studying for the ministry and leaves in a few Days for Europe to be absent two years. I. H. Troendly one of Bakersville a highly respected citizens who is in the City at present attending the Institute with Many others gave our office a Friendly Call tuesday and made us Happy by placing a couple of dollars on our table As his appreciation of the times. Ragersville sunday school picnic. Early in the morning saturday August 18th, people could be seen wending their Way to win. Levengood a Grove on foot horseback in carriages and wagons until the largest concourse of people composed of men women and children were together that probably had Ever met on a similar occasion in the county. The viands on the tables were simply excellent and it seemed to be the business of messes. John Andreas Michael link Daniel Gribble Simon his Rick and others to see to it that the children of the various sunday schools first and All others secondly be thoroughly feasted. The choirs of Baltic German Corner Bakersville and Ragersville furnished most excellent vocal music and the Ragersville and Baltic bands furnished the instrumental music. The speakers were Rev. Noll p. H. Reed Forney prof. Fred. Andregg and others. The citizens of Ragersville return their sincere thanks to the surrounding neighbourhoods for their untiring assistance in helping to make this the event of the season. To the Western Farmer whose land is burdened to capitalists by mortgages in favor of men who have grown Rich by taxing that Farmers plow his shovel his Rake and All his agricultural implements As Well As his clothes the covering of his bed at night the lumber in his House his barn his fences the nails that hold them together the shoes upon his horses feet the tin pail in which he milks his cows in fact every necessary upon his farm in his House and of Comfort to himself his wife his children the allies of Protection whether hailing from new England or the Coal or Iron Fields of Pennsylvania offer at this juncture of Public affairs to reduce the tax on whisky and make free Trade of tobacco. This is the cup of Consolation that is now proffered to the american Farmer. The Ristich that was Sung some years ago was not All poetry but contains considerable facts that read a a taxed on the Coffee taxed on the crib. On the old Many a shroud the Young babes bib to fatten the Biggot and pamper the Knave Are taxed from the Cradle plump into the a congressional a thousand years the Bones of prehistoric human beings evidently cannibals found near this City. A flopper who Means business. New Philadelphia aug. 16. Among the numerous a a flops to the democratic ranks in Tuscarawas county that of John a. Hostettler a prominent lawyer of canal Dover is of far More than Ordinary significance. For years or. Hostettler has been identified with the Union labor party and has at All times been affiliated with the interests of the Labouring classes with which he has marked influence. He has announced his intention to take the stump for Cleveland Thurman and Reform. The etl Ector this will Tell in november. A Plain dealer. M usic Hall was again filled with an appreciative audience last evening to witness the repetition of the aesthetic Floral Garden concert. The singing of mrs. John b. Read cannot be too highly praised As her voice has Richness of tone and in every Way musical. The other performers acquitted themselves splendidly and limited space forbids us giving a criticism of each performer. The Quot original Tableaux a brought Down the House and the audience returned the compliment. The Harmony of the chorus was excellent. The Young ladies military Drill evoked applause. The male quartet closed the entertainment with a suitable selection and the audience left voting the entertainment in every Way a Success. The heavy Rains of the past few Days visited Wheeling again with disastrous effect. The water in Wheeling Creek was a foot higher tuesday than Ever before. At 5 50 p. M., while one thousand people were massed on the substantial Stone Bridge Over Wheeling Creek at main Street a Man on the Creek one Hundred feet above shouted a warning and the panic stricken crowd rushed Pell Mell Over each other to get off the Bridge and just cleared it in time for a few moments later the Bridge went Down with an awful crash into the water. The b. Amp Lose several Bridges. The Ohio Valley is badly flooded and a great amount of damage done. St. Paul Minnesota Young women have an Quot Orange Peel this club undertakes not Only to remove Orange peels from the sidewalks which gives it its name but other similar obstructions. And the members not Only engage to do this Small act of philanthropy but to themselves refrain from such Little thoughtless acts As throwing a banana skin on the sidewalk no serious transgression in itself but one that May Lead to very disagreeable results. New Philadelphia Ohio \ aug. 20, 1888. / Resol red by Andrew Crawford Post g. A. R., that Allex soldiers that desire to attend the Twenty second National Encampment at Columbus sept. 10th, 1888, can be accommodated with meals for five Days for three dollars by payment to said Post treasurer. Apply to. J. S. Minnis it. Eberhard j. Joss commit tee. Unclaimed letters. The following list of unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office aug. 20, 1888 miss Sarah Kabus Andrew Metzgar Charles Landize b. L. Boham Franklin Anderson. If not called for in fourteen Days will be sent to the dead letter office. F. P. Degreif p. The same old Story. Detroit August 17. This morning while Jacob Sherane a Farmer living near Greenfield and his wife were away from Home the House caught fire and their two children Philip and Theresa aged 7 and 5 respectively were burned to death. The South Pennsylvania amp. Co., is building their line through by Way of Llop Edale Bowerston and Sherrodsville to Canton. The And l. E. It. It. Company will parallel the other line a Good portion of the Way being from Wheeling by Way of Union Vale and Bowerston connecting with the line at the latter place. What a pity can to get up a race Between lines for this place. For Hundred and sixty acres of first class land situated in Cowley county Kansas. Seventy acres under cultivation. Small Frame House Orchard of apples peaches Etc. Cottonwood Grove on the premises. Will take $2,000 Cash or will give two years time on $750 at 8 per cent interest. For information inquire at the times office. 34 that Man who applied to judge Bregy of Philadelphia for naturalization papers and when questioned said he supposed this country was governed by a King had evidently just returned from Blaines reception in new York. At any rate the fellow has a Correct Conception of Republican principles and dealer. The workmen engaged in opening Kitzmiller amp waders new Quarry near Dundee made a discovery the other Day of great interest to antiquarians whose interest May now be gratified by calling at the office of or. A. P. Pease. In removing the Loose rocks and Earth they found imbedded a pile of Bones which had not been uncovered for a thousand maybe thousands of years. They were nearly All gathered up and presented yesterday to or. Pease who has made exhaustive researches in this direction and who will prepare them to resist decay and place them in his already Large collection. A strange feat Rue about these human remains is that Many of the Bones Are cracked longitudinally and in such a manner As to indicate that they had been broken designedly. Or. Pease a theory is that they were broken for the purpose of extracting the marrow by a race of cannibals. In this particular lot were portions of the frames of an adult and a child. It is supposed and the supposition is based upon accepted conclusions that the adult was a person of some distinction in whose funeral ceremonies the sacrifice of the child entered. That some such ghastly orgy did take place is further evidenced by the presence of the Shell of a Turtle and the Antlers of a Deer. Many of the Bones Are in a Fine state of preservation but others of a More spongy nature arc soft and crumble under the touch. In a jaw Bone several Loose White Teutli gleam and rattle their White enamel protecting them from the influences which were fast reducing that human form to its original dust. Unfortunately the dome of the Skull from which the race of the Man could have been established was tossed away with common rubbish and so no one will Ever know More than that for countless generations the remains of a Man and child have been sleeping in the Hills of Tuscarawas . A great Western merchant pronoun Ces for Cleveland arid Thurman. Quot Marshall Field the head of the Chicago mercantile House of Field Leiter amp co., has been in Boston a says the Boston Herald in Quot and he talked politics while Here. Or. Field is a lifelong Republican and he is also a protectionist but to the Surprise of some republicans who interviewed him he professed an intention this year of voting for Cleveland lie does this on the ground that 1 resident Cleveland a administration in its policy on the Tariff question is distinctly on the Side of the business interests of the country. Or. Field says that there is no free Trade at All to be apprehended from it hut that there is just that Wise and moderate reduction of the rate of duties which is needed at this juncture and which must be had if the nation is to escape serious difficulties. He thinks the republicans have made a great mistake in allowing the democrats to take the Lead of them in reformation on this fruit prospects in the East. Springfield mass., aug. 16. Reports to the new England Home Stead from 1,343 correspondents covering the fruit growing regions of new England new York and Michigan show an enormous yield of grapes in All sections a remarkably Short crop of pears of All varieties a curtailed yield of plums and a full crop of peaches in Deleware Michigan and other sections where commercially grown with a very limited production in the peach Orchards of Southern new England. High prices Are considered positively certain for pears and plums with medium values for grapes and peaches but grapes held for the Winter Market will doubtless command comparatively fancy prices. The Apple crop is on the whole considerably less than the Quot even year production two years ago owing to drouth in some sections cold weather at the time of Blooming and premature dropping of fruit. Increasing Schofield a Power. Washington d. Aug. 16. The Senate committee on military and militia to Day authorized its chairman to prepare a Bill giving to the major general of the army All the rights privileges and Powers that have been enjoyed by the general and lieutenant general of the army when those offices existed. This action is taken so As to enable the major general to fill those special assignments which by Law fall to the head of the army and which Are not provided for otherwise by statute. A gift for All. In order to give All a Chance to test it and thus be convinced of its wonderful curative Powers or. Kings new discovery for consumption coughs and Olds will be for a limited time Given away. This Otter is not Only Liberal but shows unbounded Faith in the merits of this great remedy. All who suffer from coughs colds consumption asthma bronchitis or any affection of Throat Chest or lungs Are especially requested to Call at f c Miller amp songs drug store and get a trial la it title free. Large Bot Les $1. _ National Greenback convention. Washington d. C., aug. 16. George Jones chairman of the National committee of the National Greenback party has issued a Call for a National convention of the party to meet at Cincinnati wednesday september 12, 1888, to nominate candidates for president and vice president of the United states and take such further action As May be deemed necessary. The l. Douglas advertised shoes Are widely known everywhere As the Best value for the Money of any yet introduced. His celebrated $3.00 calf seamless shoe is perfectly smooth inside no tacks or 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 amp Ackey sole agents for new Philadelphia Ohio. 33wl7mr. Mathews letter. Paris hotel Beaujon aug. 5,1888. My. Sam i. Moork editor times dear sir i arrived Here on the evening of the 1st. Some of your readers May be interested to know where i am and what i am doing. Well i am Quot doing Paris and that is the biggest contract i Ever undertook i assure you. No description that i can write will convey to you any idea of the greatness the grandeur the immensity of this City. Washington City has been aptly named the Quot City of magnificent distances a hut to realize the True meaning of that phrase you must see Paris. I am located near the champs Elg sees pronounced Shon de leery. It is the great artery of the City though by no Means devoted to business. It is lined with Groves gardens and Flowers in profusion Laid out with exquisite taste. An equestrian place Here a theatre there a Panorama yonder a brilliantly illuminated Garden farther on and so on and injun item. I had a very pleasant trip from Folkestone Kent England where i had enjoyed the hospitality of or. William fagg an englishman who with his wife and accomplished daughter Nellie As she was familiarly called who formerly resided in Columbus Ohio their cozy Piet residence was thrown open to me for several Days with a i shall never forget. A pleasant Soiree at the palatial residence of or. Alfred wedge Wood presided Over by his amiable and accomplished Wile is one of the very pleasant memories of the voyage. I mention it because it was got up for the Benefit of an Humble american tourist bearing the passport of t. Ii. Bayard Secretary of state u. S. A., which in Europe is no Small matter i assure you. I must Here digress to remark that to realize the greatness the grandeur As Well As the simplicity of our United states government it is Only necessary to go abroad among the dynasties and the new republics of the East to understand what it really Means to be Able to say proudly Quot i am an american but to do Paris properly and successfully it is necessary that you speak French Parle tons. I was never More at my wits end in my life than when i landed in this City solitary and alone with nothing but the name and number of a hotel to guide me. I spoke to a dozen people on the Street before 1 found one and that was a lady who could utter a syllable of English. But once at the Quot Beaujon and i was All right As the Matron Speaks excellent English and is very kind and obliging giving me valuable information How and where to go to see sights. But then you can hardly go amiss Here. I am also located near the arc Detriomphe de r Etoile one of the notable monuments of the City. On Friday i joined one of Cooke a four in hand excursions to Versailles and other places of note in route. This was the residence of Many French monarchs including Napoleon the i. Here i saw the bed upon which he slept sat upon the chair he sat upon viewed the grand paintings and statuary upon which his eyes dwelt Only a few years before i was ushered into this Busy world. While were traversing these grounds so redolent of interesting historic memories an Urchin approached our Carriage and began playing the Marseillaise hymn. Its effect was magical even upon me and 1 threw him a few coppers. He followed us for a mile evidently thinking he had Quot struck our objective Point was the Palace at \ Versailles and traversed its extensive corridors and galleries and viewed its costly and exquisite Oil paintings until tired out and completely bewildered at the grandeur of the scene. Here were the carriages in which Royalty sat a Hundred years ago covered All Over with heavy Gold Bullion. Seven costly carriages conveys but a Tamo idea of what they Are. Richly Capar ironed horses Drew those carriages on state occasions. The harness now fills several Large Glass cases and can he closely inspected by the curious. These coaches beat Buckingham Palace All to pieces. Our guide or. Cooper an educated Frenchman gave us a running fire of interesting talks As passed briskly through these interesting grounds. A photographic View of a dozen or two of the party was taken. It will be a reminder of the agreeable associations of a Day of very Sublime memories. Yesterday dropped in at the Madeline a grand Church. It was near noon yet a dozen or so of devoted people were on their Knees before the Virgin Mary women and men old and decrepit and foot stained giving their silent and Fervant offerings to the great White throne above. It was a scene to be remembered. But my Sheet is Lull and i am admonished that it is breakfast time 9 a. In., and i must quit. With kind regards yours j. If. Against woman a suffrage. Olympia Wash. Ter., aug. 16. The supreme court of Washington territory has decided the Law granting suffrage to women unconstitutional. The grounds for the opinion were base l on the fact that the legislature exceeded its Powers granted by Congress. The court took the ground that the word Quot citizens in the organic act can mean nothing else than male citizen. The opinion contained 7000 words and an Appeal will he taken to the supreme court of the United states. The peculiarity of the legislation on woman suffrage in the territory is that this is the second Law passed and the second time it has been declared unconstitutional under the original Law passed by a Large in Joity in the legislature. Two years age an election was held and women cast votes in All tie counties. Then the supreme court overruled it. Again a few weeks ago the legislature passed the Law and this has met the same Fate. The territory is a stronghold of prohibition and women suffrage advocates and they will fight this Case to the court of last resort. A woman can talk and talk and talk and talk and talk All Day but she can to keep still to save her life because she ainu to built that Way. A Washington critic

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