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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - December 8, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday december 8, 1887. Number 50.official directory. District. Wilkins state . W. Crites common pleas Pree county. Ankney la rebate . W. Yeagley prosecuting . F. Wilkins . C. Figert Sheri . W. Bowers auditor John w. Kinsey Meyers. A. G. Neumann i s. Ruler we Bash r. Benner purveyor.0. Ii. Hoover Ozias Delong ill Mary j. Porter City. Daniel Korns. £y0,r James 11. a a a pc Erk Elijah Philip commissioner John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. C. C. Welty. Council Fletcher Douthitt. 11. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. S. Arden. Names. I. Youngen. It am a Bixler. Lenry Deible. A Lii lip Doerfert Aniel Krebs. 1 Milliken. W Newburg. Of ii Lostetter Fickli Montag. I y Lenneker. Iha Lesli killers Miili a Garver j c Fernsel. Laniel Richards 1 ugh t minis. 11 Booth. A 11 read. Ohn s Spring. I n w Tolli. Avid Breymeir Lamuel c Kline. Ohn Milone. F j Greene. Inn w Lytle . W Knisley r Mulvane. Old Timmerman. J Murphy. Las Galbraeth. B Rankin. I a Cornett. A j Haskinson j s Mckinney. Vesley m Tracy Jewis c Zollars. L Richardson. J s Wagner. I l Baldwin. A k Robinson. 11 Gardner. I g Galbraith. Ihram Lehman. Toht Coruthers Isaac couts. Ames w Stoutt Ohn Wetter. Villiam Kinsey 11 Kuhn. Justices. . Post Omen. Auburn. Lager Seville. Auburn. Lingers i lie. Hunks. Baltic. Rucks. Baltic. Clay. Lock no. 17. Clay. Gnadenhutten. Dover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. Fair held. New Lii lady a. Fair lie id. Zoar station. Franklin. Strasburg. Franklin. Strasburg. Goshen. New la Hilado a. Goshen. New Phi lady a. Goshen. New Lii lady a. Goshen. New Philada a. Jefferson. Port Washington Jefferson. Stone Creek. Lawrence. Zoar Lawrence. Bolivar. Mill. Uhrichsville. Mill. Uhrichsville. Mill. Dennison. Oxford. Newcomerstown Oxford. Newcomerstown la Erry. Cadwallader. Perry. Cadwallader. Rush. Tippecanoe. Kush. Gnadenhutten. Salem. Port Washington Salem. Port Washington Sandy. Mineral City. Sandy. Mineral City. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Union. Uhrichsville. Union. Leesville. Warren. New Cumberland Warren. New Cumberland Warwick. Tuscarawas. Warwick. Tuscarawas. Washington Albany. Washington Paoli. Wayne. Dundee. Wayne. Dundee. York. New Philada a. York. Black band. Professional directory. \ is. N. Richards m. Physician and surgeon new Philadelphia Ohio. Filce in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 49yl y c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night pro nifty answered. Of Liee Over Routzen Heizer a drug store. Residence two doors South c a p depot. 49yl Jas. A. Richards. Jos. T. Mccullough. Richards amp Mccullough attorneys at Law 49yl new Philadelphia Ohio. 0ct01t Eda Wili Zelmi Mclean gynaecologist. Practice limited to diseases women and children. Full Cen Public Square new Philadelphia 0. 7 y j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 40, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 4syl it a Sci s Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office re citizens National Bank new Philadel Lia Ohio. Ills song a shaving shampooing and hair dressing Flor in basement under Millers drug store North Broadway now Philadelphia 0. 43yl in s. Graham. Attorney at Law and notary Public new Ladelphia Ohio. All professional business aptly attended to in Tuscarawas and and Ling counties. Office up stairs opposite n t House North Broadway. 47yl ii Booth attorney at Law notary Public and con Caneer. Special attention paid to collections a tutors. Administrators and guardians a Lints. Office up stairs opposite the court use. North Broadway. 47yl Camuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank. Mitchell s dental rooms. Gnu ant is itch Ell d. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. City Block new Philadelphia 0. Over Era iffy a hardware store Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. Kcjr Gas and Ether administered. Diseases the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1the Wilsey House new i la i Ladelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. 9ylchurch directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lords Day morning at 10 00 a. In. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 9 clock a. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. German every sunday at 103qa. And 2 15 p. M., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday morning service each month a missionary concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and directory. chapter no. 38, r. A. M., meets thursday before Lull Moon at masonic Hail City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniel Getzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. Amp a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mcllvain w. G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. C. W. Duncan k. Of r. And s. I. O. O. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Btu it t. J. Zellner. N. G. I. A. Co Brill rec. Sec a. I. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. C. Stempfly n. G. P. Sehl rec. Sec a. 1.0.0. Of a Bethesda Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd fellow., Hall. City Bloe amp p i. A. Correll eve Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday december 8, 1887. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 a a a Quot the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in Advance .$1 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A address All matter intended for publication to the. Times. Congress convened monday in the usual routine Way but probably there never was a time in the history our government that every movement that body was watched closer than will be done the present term. The reasons Are probably based two important grounds. One which is Paramount to All others is the method to be adopted to reduce the increasing surplus in the Treasury. This will Call Forth the Best judgment our Ablest statesmen. Both great political parties being somewhat divided the Tariff question makes it somewhat difficult to predict the outcome their deliberation. It is conceded by both parties that something must be done to prevent the contraction the currency by this increasing surplus. The Wisdom to be displayed is in the manner reduction As to what articles the Tariff shall be reduced and what ones shall go the free list. Great injury could result from a perpendicular reduction in other words a reduction straight through All articles without regard to the producers profits the benefits to the masses to be derived from such reduction. The Morrison Bill had one objection and that was in this that it provided for a perpendicular reduction. Such a reduction would ruin the Salt Industry the Wool Industry and Many others while it would leave a Tariff Many articles that should go the free list. A close adherence to the Chicago platform would be a Safe guide. This duty now devolving upon Congress should be entered upon without regard to party party advantages. The congressman who is moved in this matter for party purpose Only will show himself to be a miserable flunked not fit to represent his District. The eyes the people Are now upon congressmen and they Are expected to do something substantial and in a judicial manner. It is to be hoped that this Congress will not prove to be obstructionists. The democratic Side the House being in the majority the responsibility rests upon them in a higher degree than republicans. Every Democrat should be in his seat and wide awake and turn a deaf ear to the lobbyist for a Money the Root All evil a will be abundantly supplied to every week and avaricious brother by the monopolist and corruption St. This being the last Congress before the election a president brings Forth the scrutiny the Public. A Blunder by the democracy in the House Congress May lose the presidency 1888 and defeat As Good a president As Ever graced the official chair. Let the democracy act fearlessly and honestly and throw the responsibility the Senate which is Republican. If that body defeats the proper legislation the Tariff question the people in 1888, will right it. The probabilities Are that Dakota Washington Arizona and Montana will try to be admitted As states at this session Congress. If they Are entitled to admission under the Law let them he admitted and a Star placed in the old Flag for each them whether they Are Republican democratic in politics. The congressman who will oppose the admission these territories because they May be against his political views is not tit to represent the people. No democratic congressman can afford to oppose the admission any territory for political reasons for the simple reason that the people the great Western country whose hearts Are throbbing with patriotism and a desire for a place in the Star spangled Banner will Rush to the arms the party that bids them Welcome to a seat with a voice in the legislative Halls our government. If you want these territories to become Republican states oppose their admission. At the democratic caucus held at Washington december 3d, for nomination door keeper Beriah Wilkins was badly knocked out. He championed the cause Donelson Tennessee who was door keeper the last House and who furnished fat places for his backers. Or. A. B. Hurt Mississippi carried off the Plum. Beriah is being shorn his strength As he should be. It is not Likely . Hurt will provide places for Beriah a political strikers and Ohio will probably be left out in the cold when it comes to favors from the door keeper As Ohio principally voted for Donelson. The democracy Tuscarawas county will relegate Beriah to private life next year when his ambitious Little soul Hobs up for the endorsement Tuscarawas county. The Day reckoning for the chronic office seeker and office peddle will overtake him sooner later. Judge Dickey the common pleas court at Cleveland has lately held that these chartered society clubs formed for the purpose keeping Beer and other drinks for the special use its members Are in violation Law and that any one dispensing it May be fined and imprisoned the same As any other person who runs a Saloon in a place where local option has carried. Wells vile is now waging War her society clubs and doubtless will oust them. The Secretary the Interior reports that 31,824,481 acres land have been restored to the Public Domain since the beginning Grover Cleveland a administration. Or. Cleveland has been president in every sense the word. He has been honest and Brave in performing the duties his office. He has not been a political schemer and should be elected for four years More. The official returns new York show that Cooks plurality Over Grant is 17,077. In 1888 president Cleveland will have 30,000. There is one thing about the pension business under president Cleveland that is worthy note. The pensioner does not have to vote the Republican ticket to get his Case and Banner. As Christmas co Meson sunday this year you can take your Choice which Day to celebrate saturday sunday monday. However the states Ohio provide that when a Holiday such As Christmas fourth july conies sunday the following Day can be observed As a Legal Holiday. John Couglin another the Ravenna murderers was found guilty murder in the first degree Friday last and will soon be his Way to join a a Blinkey a Morgan in the Annex the Ohio Penitentiary. The jury deliberated one hour and half. Sadi Carnot the newly elected president the Republic France is an Able Man and Strong advocate a Republican form government and has stood by the French Republic Ever since it was established. This is certainly a Wise Choice and insures tie Success the government which for a time seemed in danger. It is stated that the courts have decided that no Boundary Fence can be made barbed wire without the consent the parties owning the adjacent land and any Man who puts up a barbed wire Fence along the Highway renders himself liable for All injuries resulting to Stock passing along the Highway. A Crank by the name Patrick Dugan immediately after the House representatives was called to order and the calling the Roll began arose to his feet in the gallery and Sang the Long meter doxology. He finished it before tie police could get to him hut they a a took him lie thought As there was no chaplain such an assemblage should not be opened without Praise. The supreme court the United states rendered a decision in the Kansas prohibition cases december 5th. The court sustained the right a state under its police Powers to suppress the manufacture liquor and the liquor traffic within its limits without making any compensation to the distiller liquor dealer for the value the property destroyed by such state action. The Kansas Law then is constitutional and will Settle the question once for All in the United states. S. Smith editor the Redwood times and Gazette was shot and killed at Redwood City cab by . L. E. Powell. The shooting grew out the publication an article by Smith in which Powell was charged with defrauding a widow. Powell was placed under arrest. He is said to be a brother t. E. Powell democratic candidate for governor Ohio at the late shield and Banner. Some Are agitating the Purchase control the Telegraph lines in the United states account extortion and combination. Some think that the government has no business with the Telegraph and should not be Acom pet Tor with individuals corporations. It has been suggested by an Able statesman that Congress enact a Law regulating the Telegraph lines similar to the inter state Commerce Law. There should be something done to put an end to the extortionate rates charged and fix the rate by Law the same As Railroad fare. The presidents message has been presented and is now in print. The message will he found the inside. It embraces a Plain discussion the Tariff question in a manner to be understood by everybody. It is in Harmony with the democratic platforms past campaigns. The president says the taxation luxuries presents no features hardship but the necessaries life used and consumed by All the people the duty upon which adds to the Cost living in every Home should be greatly cheapened. It is not to be expected that the presidents message will suit All. If so there would be no division among the people the Tariff question. The president has discussed the subject honestly and fearlessly and in the main he represents the views the democratic party the Tariff subject. He spent some time the article Wool which to the Wool grower May seem unjust hut it has an argument at the same time in favor the Wool producer. Let every one study the message closely. A presidents message does not control legislation but simply indicates the policy and in this Case there is much contained in the message that Congress should heed in framing a Law for the revision the Tariff. The anxiety prevailing among the French people Over the resignation the president has at last been quieted by the election Sadi Carnot to the presidency. The Choice is quite satisfactory and fears a revolution Are past. The old ministry have formally tendered their resignations and president Sadi Carnot has requested them to remain in office for the present for the dispatch Public business. Flo rents minister foreign Aff airs the 4th inet received the German russian and austrian ambassadors each whom expressed approval the amicable settlement the crisis. The Republic is Safe now. All this juror because president Grevey Gaye position to his son in Law who sold appointments for Money and did various other obnoxious things in High places. It seems though that republics Are not always clean that Boodle pollutes the morals some the factors in the machinery our own boasted government. It depends too the intelligence and education the people to right the wrongs and abuses in the officials government. Justice frequently is Defeated before the Point is reached but it eventually comes. And it is to the great credit the French people that they refuse to continue in office a Bood Ler and a licentious Scab like this Lon in Law. People cannot he too careful about guarding destructive fires this season the year. Christmas festivities will be curtailed somewhat this year by that Holiday occurring sunday. Personal mention. John b. Mathias went to Kansas last week business. The Young ladies this City will give a leap year dance tuesday evening january 3rd, 1888. J Ames Reardon was appointed lamp lighter and night watch for the ensuing year by the City Council at their last meeting. A lutheran Church social will be held at the residence . O. H. Hoover South Broadway this thursday evening. The ladies the m. E. Church will give a grand supper in the basement the Church the anniversary Washington a birthday. The Star Hook and ladder company will give a grand Ball the evening the 23rd december. They Promise a Jolly Good time. Debating societies Are being formed in the several school districts this county As one the Winter intellectual amusements. Whist euchre and other social games Are assisting the Young folks through with the Long Winter evenings in new Philadelphia. The new Comet recently discovered is now visible Early in the evening in the North West. It is getting brighter and moving in an Easterly direction. A Fine assortment albums poems and miscellaneous books for the holidays at Bottom prices at f. C. Miller amp songs. Ask to see the parallel Bible. 2 . Ike ill Mick son Constable Isaac ill Mick this City and miss Minnie Spear Warren Ohio were United in marriage at the latter place tuesday evening november 22nd. The Happy couple have our Best wishes. On wednesday last week a Little four year old daughter . William Kyser Oldtown was seriously scalded by the upsetting a boiler hot water which splashed Over the child a limbs while it was playing the floor near by. Or. Reuben Walter Barros Mills this county died tuesday last week aged 70 years. Or. Walter was born near Shanesville and lived the farm which his father owned at the time his birth for sixty seven consecutive years. He was a highly respected citizen. Our exchanges warn Farmers to beware circulars sent Forth with Stamps for return postage with a request that they be filled out. In a Short time Farmers will be surprised at the return the piece paper to which their signature is attached transformed into a Bona fide promissory note which has been discounted at the Bank and which he will have to . The safest plan is to have no correspondence whatever with strangers any pretext. The Pittsburg dispatch in speaking a musical recital at the Pennsylvania College lately noted musicians has the following to say our charming new Philadelphia Singer a a miss Margaret a. Crouch the Soprano the second presbyterian Church choir Sang a vocal Solo from Auriti which upon an encore she followed with the a Good Bye song from prof. Tosti. Both were thoroughly enjoyed by the audience. A softness and sweetness tone combined with great Compass and Power Auger a Bright future m the musical world for miss a couple Hoys while playing in and about the old foundry at the foot South Broadway tuesday discovered a package which had been secreted there and upon opening it found three pairs shoes two pairs gloves and a number neckties All new and i Good condition. These goods Are supposed to he a part the plunder secured from Bell amp Pennis store at Dennison which was burglarized a few weeks ago As the burglars were subsequently arrested Here indicted plead guilty and sentenced to the Penitentiary. Andrew Crawford Post no. 6, g. A. R., this place held their annual election monday evening and the following officers were elected for the ensuing year commander Daniel Korns. Senior vice . S. Thornburg. Junior vice . H. Ray. Quartermaster Daniel Sweeney. Officer Day John Stiffler. Surgeon . Von Neiderheiser. Chaplain Rev. James a. Cook. Trustees i. A. Correll John Sluthour and Chas Houpt. We. Harrison and George stanly who were jointly indicted by a special grand jury the present term court for burglary and larceny plead guilty tuesday. Harrison was sentenced for four years and stanly for five years at hard labor in the Ohio Penitentiary. These Are the parties who stole a Gold watch from the Glover hotel burglarized the store Bell amp Penn and robbed the Post office in Dennison about two months ago. The prisoners were taken to the Penitentiary wednesday. Mrs. Chas. Williams this City was Given an agreeable Surprise tuesday evening last it being the anniversary her thirtieth birthday. As she was sitting at Home sewing about 7 clock in the evening a Knock was heard at the door and opening it what was her Surprise to see about thirty friends with Well filled baskets gathered there. The evening was spent pleasantly until about 12 clock when All were invited into the dining room where an elegant supper was prepared. Mrs. Williams received a very handsome Plush album presented her by the gentlemen the party present besides several other presents. About half past one each one departed for their respective Homes voting it an occasion Long to be remembered. Miss Maggie Deaser canal Dover spent several Days with friends Here. Or. C. Wyant the popular hardware dealer port Washington was in town yesterday. _ a. Matlock court stenographer is now the Happy father a nine Pound girl baby. Capt. De. A. Parrish Uhrichsville was in town tuesday a guest the Banner House. Charlie Craig and sister Minnie Bridgeport o., Sun Dayed with their Mother mrs. Compton this City. Or. John f. Rice Mineral Point visited his brother g. W. Rice the new grocery Man this place tuesday. Mrs. Chet. Campbell and Little daughter Lorain o., Are visiting at the residence her father . Joel Warner. E. L. Arnold and wife Canton spent Sabbath with mrs. Arnold a parents . And mrs. S. Of Donnell East Avenue. Will Burry has gone to Hanoverton Ohio to close out a Stock general merchandise purchased recently from a firm at that place by his father. There will he no services at the lutheran Church next Sabbath Rev. Kuhns having gone to attend the american Christian Alliance now in session in Washington d. C. Simon Beck jr., super pendent the Union schools at port Washington spent a few Days last week at the bedside his sick father in Lockport whom we Are glad to learn is convalescing. Or. Chas. J. Morey and David Stine the live liver men East front Street made a sight seeing trip to Cleveland Friday last taking in the a a still alarm a at the opera and Many other objects interest in the Forest City and returned feeling much refreshed by the Lake a a mrs. Frank grim and two children who have been visiting relatives in this City the past three weeks returns to her Home in Pittsburgh pa., to Day thursday accompanied by her father in Law . Sol grim. She is delighted with her visit and thinks n. P. A Little Paradise. Marriage licenses for the week ending saturday december 3rd Michael Bertsch and miss Caroline Hite David a. Bowers and Cecilia Dilley Rodney e. Gregg and Kate Thompson Henry Cappel and Eliza e. Hill Samuel Himes and Maria Fulk Seigel Titus and Alice v. Barnhill Albert j. Dummermuth and Rosa m. Ladrach. William Lantz and Elizabath Stetler. Married. the residence the brides parents Rev. Or. And mrs. Dilley in Winfield Ohio tuesday afternoon november 29, 1887, by Rev. J. Dustman . David a. Bowers and miss Cecelia j. Dilley both Winfield Ohio. . John years Ley and miss Fannie Lytle were United in marriage at the residence the brides father a. J. Lytle by Rev. Wilson wednesday evening at 8 clock. The couple will make new Philadelphia their present Home. The times extends congratulations. Obituary. Anola Wedman a five year old daughter Charles Wedman Mooreville died december 1st, Measels and was buried the 4th instant. The closing the Barber shops Cigar shops and confectionery stores sunday has materially added to the class sunday loafers around the Public Square. The evidence against Harper cashier the Fidelity Hank at Cincinnati that failed by his speculation in wheat is Over whelming. There is no doubt but that he will he found guilty and will the penalty by serving a term in the Ohio Penitentiary. We notice in the Kinsley Kansas daily Mercury an account quite a fire in that Little City. Among the losers is . George Rummel formerly Tuscarawas county and son in Law John English. Or. Rummel lost his harness shop and building. He had $700 insurance the building. His friends Here Are sorry to hear his loss. Judging from the amount advertising in the Kinsley papers one would think that business was booming in that town. We notice sixteen columns business advertisements in the Mercury. Kinsley has a Bright future before it and we Are glad to see the Pluck Enterprise and push the Kansas people and she will soon be the first state in the Union As a Grain and Stock producer. What baking powder shall we use be sure and attend the entertainment to be Given this evening at Eagle Hall by the daughter Rev. N. B. Banker for the Benefit the Baptist Church. Miss banker is very highly spoken As an elocution St and musician and All will be pleased who Greet her first Public appearance in our City. Remember the Date thursday evening december 8th. Tickets for Sale at the door. At the annual meeting the new Philadelphia Hose company the following officers were elected for the ensuing year Foreman we. Shuffler. Asset Foreman Geo. A. Kaserman. Secretary a. W. Bowers. Treasurer . K. Kislig. Steward Charles White. Executive Dick John s. Knisely and Charles Dick. Captain leading Hose we. Supply Hose we. Knodel. This Plain question comes Home to every housekeeper. We All desire pure and wholesome food and this cannot be had with the use impure poisonous baking powder. There can he no longer a question that All the cheaper lower Grade baking powders contain either Alum Lime phosphatic acid. As loth As we May be to admit so much against what May have been some our household gods there can be no gainsaying the unanimous testimony the official chemists. Indeed analysts seem to find no baking powder entirely free from some one these objectionable ingredients except the Royal and that they report As chemically pure we find some the baking powders advertised As pure to contain under the tests profs. Chandler and others nearly twelve per cent Lime while others Are made from Alum with no Cream tartar. This we presume accounts for their Lack Leavening Power As sometimes complained by the Cook and for the bitter taste found in the biscuits so frequently complained by ourselves. But aside from the inferiority the work done by these powders the physiologists assure us that Lime and Alum taken into the system in such quantities As this Are injurious. They Are not decomposed by heat nor dissolved in mixing baking. They go with the bread therefore into the stomach where their physiological effects Are indigestion dyspepsia worse evils. The question naturally arises Why do these cheap baking powder makers use these things Alum is three cents a Pound Lime still cheaper while Cream tartar costs thirty five forty. The reasons for the chemical purity the Royal baking powder were recently Given in the new y Ork times in an interesting description a new method for refining Argolis crude Cream tartar. It seems that it is Only under this process that Cream tartar can be freed from the Lime natural to it and rendered chemically pure that the patents and Plant for this Cost the Royal baking powder company about half a million dollars and that they maintain exclusive control the rights. Prof. Mcmurtrie late chief chemist the department agriculture at Washington in the interests Commerce made an examination this process and reported upon the results attained in the refined Cream tartar. The following extract from his report would seem to answer the question repeated at the head this article and which is so frequently propounded by the housekeeper a i have examined the Cream tartar used by the Royal baking powder company in the manufacture their baking powder and find it to be perfectly pure and free from Lime in any form. The chemical tests to which i have submitted the Royal baking powder prove it perfectly healthful and free from every deleterious a big verdict. New York november 29. President Cusman Blanca Venezuela is now a judgment debtor to the extent $2,194,500 to . George Wilson. On september 22nd, 1883, Cyrenius c. Fitzgerald an american obtained a lease for 99 years 7,000,000 acres and in Venezuela from that government. This lease was ratified by the Congress and Federal Council the country. The Manoa company was organized by Fitzgerald and George Wilson subscribed to the Stock. A Short time afterwards Blanco who had been in business in this City with George Turnbull became president Venezuela and As such revoked the lease. Wilson begun suit against Blanco for the recovery $3,194,500. He charged conspiracy Between Blanco and Turnbull. Judge Freedman the Superior court decided a verdict for Wilson and ordered a sheriffs jury to assess the damages. This was done to Day the jury returning a verdict for $2,194,500 and costs. Alarms in Germany and Austria. Chinese War extermination. San Francisco cab december 5. The detectives have Learned that the murder a chinaman named Lee by in Chinatown the other night is result one those deadly feuds that Are carried by chinese societies in this country. The Sam Jup company a Large and powerful organization which made its own Laws for the chinese be ongoing to it split some time ago into factions called the to sin seer and the Kie sin seer. Some High binders the Kie sin seer faction killed two men the to sin seer and the latter faction commissioned a trusty Cut Throat named Leon a tick to avenge the Slaughter its members. Leah tick accordingly killed Lee by who happened to be the first Kie sin seer Man who came in Range his pistol. After the latter murder a party from the Kie sin seer went to the Headquarters the to sin seer faction and tearing Down the sign Over the door chopped it into pieces. This is considered the greatest indignity that can be offered a High binders organization and can Only be wiped out by blood. Kerosene and a Lutheria. A Well known doctor says that the fumes kerosene when the lamp is turned Low Are Likely to cause Diphera. The new y Ork Board health a few years ago decided that to this More than any other cause the prevalence this disease was to be attributed. This is Given As accounting for the fact that diphtheria generally begins to spread with the Advent Short Days and Long nights. Children dislike to go to bed in the dark and the kind Mother lets the lamp remain in the bedroom usually turning Down the flame so that the Light shall not keep the child awake. Many bed rooms Are thus Semi lighted All night and the windows being closed raised but slightly the atmospheric condition is simply deathly. A turned Down kerosene lamp is a Magazine deadly Gas that the Healthiest lungs can not safely be exposed to. A solid Gold Case Stem winding ladies watch Elgin movement warranted a reliable time keeper for Only $22, at Harris Bros. Holiday goods at actual whole Sale prices by dood amp co. Berlin dec. 6.�?the Post says a the reports the assembling russians the galician Frontier evoke apprehensions a blow against whether that blow which is not in tended with the View attaining ends wherein Germany has never opposed Russia but for other far reaching Pur poses will admit Germany a remaining at peace for any length time a question which doubtless Russia has Long since Vienna dec. 6.�?the rally the bourse due to the election m. Sadi Carnot As president France was Only transient. Prices fell to Day the rumours that russian troops were being massed the Frontier. In the evening austrian and hungarian rentes fell heavily and Gold Rose. The pester Lloyd says a the situation is undeniably most serious. Russians attitude is so threatening that we cannot but think the War is there is an unconfirmed Rumor in Berlin that Germany and Austria have sent a joint note to St. Petersburg asking Russia to explain the massing troops her frontiers. Benton a hair restorer. All who Are Bald All who Are becoming Bald All who do not want to be Bald All who Are troubled with Dandruff itching the Scalp should use Benton a hair grower. Eighty percent those using it have grown hair. It never fails to Stop the hair from falling. Through sickness and fevers the hair sometimes Falls off in a Short time and although the person May have remained Bald for years if you use Benton a hair grower according to directions you Are sure a growth hair. In hundreds cases we have produced a Good growth hair those who have been Bald and glazed for years. We have fully substantiated the following facts we grow hair in 80 cases out 100 no matter How Long Bald. Unlike other preparation it contains no sugar Lead vegetable Mineral poisons. It is a specific for falling hair Dandruff and itching the Scalp. The Blair grower is a hair food and its composition is almost exactly like the Oil which supplies the hair with its vitality. Sold by druggists sent receipt Price $1. Benton hair grower co., 36y 1 Cleveland The Canon Ball. The Steubenville Gazette contains the following Railroad news a now comes the news concerning the proposed it. Vernon Coshocton amp Wheeling Railroad known As the Cannon Bali line which is to come to the River by Way Martins ferry. This line it will be remembered is to Start at it. Vernon where it will connect with several Good roads through Harrison and Jefferson counties to the River at Martins ferry. In this connection the following extract from a letter dated at it. Vernon nov. 27, received from Gen. G. A. Jones president the Canon Ball company by a. B. Pauli esq., will be read with interest dear sir a your letter dated Wells Burg 2gth inst., received and contents noted. I have word from London that the Cannon Ball line has been placed in the hands Strong Bankers in London and that the prospects Are Good for the contractor being Able to inform us soon that he is ready to commence the work constructing our line the walking wonder dead. Indianapolis ind., dec. 5. John Owen Snyder better known As the a a walking wonder a died yesterday at his Home at Mill Grove Blackford county. For nearly three years previous to his death Snyder was impelled As he said by some mysterious Force to walk constantly and he took his meals while continuing his ceaseless tramp. He Slep but Little generally in a chair but the minute he woke he started walking. He made a tour the museums the country recently which yielded him a handsome sum. A poverty dance a and a mum Pool Are the latest crazes out. In the former the ladies appear in the Ball room dressed in Calico while the gentlemen must present themselves with at least two visible patches their pants. This surely in quite an economic plan in a stripping the Light fantastic toe a and would give country editors a Chance to engage in the a dizzy in the game a mum Pool the players Are not allowed to speak allow their Cue to touch the floor during the Progress the game forfeiting the same and paying the treat All round if the rules the game Are violated. While it is an amusing game it is also an expensive one to the loser. Importation Silver from Mexico. Elpaso Texas december 4. Statistics in the office the United states collector customs gave the importation Silver Ore from Mexico to this Point last month As g,7g2 tons valued at $340,135. This is an average 226 tons per Day and an average value $51 per ton. The daily average for october was 17g tons and the highest daily average for any month preceding october was 147 tons. Total importation for past eleven months was 40,476 tons against a total 22,045 tons for 1886, Stark county sends the youngest representative to the Ohio legislature in the person John e. Monnot Canton who is not yet Twenty four years old. He is also president the famous Young menus democratic club Canton. Three conductors and a ticket agent the w. Amp l. E. Railway got their discharge during the past week. Cause pocketing extra Money and otherwise defrauding the company. A Conotton Valley times. Rogers amp Bros. Silver plated Tea spoons for Only $1 a set at Harris Bros. Buy Holiday goods at jobbers prices Dodd amp co. Holiday goods direct from importers at Dodd amp co. Common pleas court. Proceedings. Philip s Olmstead v Greenbury w Hilton Sale confirmed and deed ordered. John Steffey v we 71 Steffey dismissed As to plaintiff retained As to defendants Silas Steffey and Harriet to Farlane. Francis Hammond v Valentine p Renne John b Luccock made defendant with leave to answer december 25. Nevada Utterback v David Cox defendant to answer Jan 1. Crisswell amp nagely v Elias Wallick Valentine Wenz appointed trustee for suit to answer dec 3. We r Shields v Geo h Hildt Sale confirmed and funds ordered into court we Lickey v Hagen amp Johnson defendant to plead Jan 1. Thomas s Taylor v William Denning defendant to plead january 7. Ohio v Leroy and James Jones nol lied As to James plea guilty As to Leroy fined $25 and costs. Ohio v same Ollied. Dismissed. Lewis Maughiman v John Forney. Clara Lantz v John Lantz. Emma r Trett v Charles Trett. Peter Neffenger v Philip s Olmstead. Margaret Groff v Jacob Groff. Fred Ilo Weter v John Miester. Cases settled. Crisswell amp nagely v Watty Watkins. Cases continued. Powell amp Ricketts v a j Wilkin. City Bank new Philadelphia v f Bigler. Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling v Andrew Deis leave to defendant to Amend answer extended. Divorce granted. John c Lewis y Etta Lewis. Addison White v Rebecca White. Elizabeth myer v John Myers. Samuel limes v Jennie Himes. Harvey Spaulding v Henry Stoffer defendant leave to answer extended to january 1. Eli e Travis v John Bair defendants leave to answer extend to Jan 1. I m Bair v Geo w Hawk it Al tried to jury verdict for plaintiff for $83.77. Ohio v Ted s Rikert indictment for cruelty to an animal plea guilty entered fined $50 dollars and costs and Twenty Days in jail. Transfers real estate. I As compiled in the office the recorder deeds. 1 Jacob Darst to Jacob Darst lot 1, Goshen township $100. Margaret schwing to John Knecht part lot 21, Dover township $500. Lewis Deich to John h Wolf 80 acres Bucks township $260. Rudolph Deich to John h Wolf it Al-80 acres Bucks township $265. Catharine Buser to Adam Stilgenbaur 80 acres Bucks township $260. We e Case to Daniel Everhart 35 so rods Newcomerstown $1,250. C w Rishforth to Jennie Glass part lot 211, Uhrichsville $500. Richard Cotton to Amos Cotton 90 5, 100 acres Franklin township $6,303.51. Sheriff Bowers to Andrew Deis part lot 295, Dover $1,612. Sheriff Bovers to Geo j Markley lots 15 and 16, Mineral City $1,131. Abraham Salchli to Adam c Stocker lots 25, 26, 27, port Washington $125. John f Bubbler to Jennie Kinzie 67 and 61-100 acres Auburn township $50. We Himes to John f limes part lot 44, new Philadelphia $400. Allen Richardson to Geo Brecker 6-10 acres sugar Creek township $1. Conrad c Keesey to Mary Lucas part lot 220, Uhrichsville $1,200. Sheriff Bowers to g a Hilton part lot 7, Uhrichsville $140. T j Evans to the p c amp St l Ray co strip land Mill township $450. A Kentucky judge tried a hog Case the other Day and seeing an Opportunity for emulating the omniscient Solomon he ordered that the hog be turned Loose and allowed to go to whichever pen it wished to. It made a break for the Sty one the contestants but the other has appealed from the judgment both the court and the hog. Mrs. Gilligan Bridgeport ct., who attacked an escaped lion after the great menagerie fire and who has agreed to travel with a a the greatest show Earth a has received an offer marriage from a Western ranch Man. Her Devotion to her cow doubtless suggested the possibility that she would be very faithful to a Cowboy. I. Locke the Toledo Blade who Nas made himself famous under the Nom de plume a a Petroleum it. Nasby a is in wretched health. He suffers terribly from dyspepsia. He is now about 60 years age and is said to let a Worth half a million dollars. He would doubtless give his whole Fortune for a new stomach. For a Holiday present go to f. C. Miller amp son and buy the parallel Bible the most extensive one now published having the revised old and new testaments All in one in other words two bibles in one. Done to forget to Call and see them. 50w2 the county commissioners have opened bids for a new clock in the court House not to exceed $1,000. Harris Bros this City has put in a bid. Dolls dolls dolls immense Stock direct from importers sold at jobbers prices by Dodd amp co. A Good Stem winding solid Silverine watch for Only $6 at Harris Brothers. Pungent paragraphs. A a a the englishman who said that hug Ging was a a a armless Quot a was wrong. It is . A the first Frost is twice blessed. It brings Down the Chestnut and the . A Man attributes his misfortunes to bad Luck and his Success to shrewdness. A Whitehall times. A in the Way a Good Corn i an Ter there is nothing to equal a tight Boot unless it be a tight Argus. A speaking about alacrity you should observe a clerk tack up an Early closing notice a store Globe. A language was made to conceal thought a dude has no use for language then for he has no thought to . A a Man was arraigned saturday for robbing Hackman. He must be a criminal extraordinary Philadelphia inquirer. A when a Man attempts to warm his bands Over a hotel Register it is High time to inquire into his mental mail. A there is no Law to prevent a Man making a fool himself. If there was some men would be at a loss How to pass the sittings. A two women have been known to get along pleasantly in the same House for several months but it so happened that one them was Blind and the other was deaf and dumb. A first citizens a i say Jack this is a queer april Isnit it a second citizens a yes rather but is than usual a first citizens a i think so a Good Deal i Haven to lost a single umbrella yet a a Nev Haven news. A her father a Young Man i do not object to your calling occasionally my daughter but you stay so late. It was twelve clock last night before you got Young Many a got away is very Good sir. I Eithe had to stay get my coat a customer to grocer a a i see by the Market quotations that quite a change has taken place in the Price butter a grocer startled a a is that so to clerk a James Mark that Blitter up five customer a the Price Hasni to advanced it has grocery a ooh to clerk a never mind a Texas sittings. A a Sweet maids she kissed her pug with haste arose and rained upon that creatures nose a storm Osc lations Sweet the swell reclining at her feet remarked As he looked sideways up a i wish that i d been born a then smiling coldly from her throne. She said a and were you bom full grown a Litton courier. A once upon a time a lion got a Thorn in his foot. He was bellowing lustily when a poor peasant attracted by the animals cries came along and extracted the Thorn. The lion was quite overcome with gratitude. Said he a Good Friend you have done me a service which 1 can not forget. Lean never consent to part with so Good a and he devoured the peasant the spot. Moral there Are Somo folks who will use their friends for All they Are Worth. Better let such folks howl till they burst. They re used to it. Help them once and they be got a mortgage you for All time. A Exchange. Noted equestrians. Prominent washingtonians who Are fond horseback hiding. Secretary Bayard As Well As the rest his family is fond equestrian exercise. He keeps three Fine Saddle horses. Historian Bancroft and librarian Spofford Are enthusiastic horsemen and ride Good steeds. Senator Butler rides a Largo Gray horse and is a line horseman. Senator Gibson Louisiana can to seen a horse almost every Day Whilo Congress is in session. Secretary and mrs. Whitney Are both Good riders and take Many a Canter Over the Beautiful drives around grasslands. Senator Spooner Wisconsin and senator Kuna West Virginia Are two Good horsemen and senator Turner Georgia also used to be quite an equestrian. Senator Warner Miller used to ride a very Small Bay horse decidedly out proportion to the senators size. Commissioner agriculture column rides for exercise. He uses a not very spirited horse and is usually satisfied with a walk. Secretary Lamar is a great rider and for a time had the finest Saddle horse in Kentucky. Senator Wade Hampton is a line rider although he has but one leg. He can outside half the men with two. Alexander Gregor the russian legation is a first rate rider and owns Good horse flesh. A Washington critic. Diversified Stock keeping. As with farm crops so with farm animals the greatest advantage will to found in giving the principal attention to a single Oye. The present Low prices cattle have not Ben accompanied by the slightest disturbances in the value Good horses sheep have experienced less decline than cattle and hogs have even been higher in Price. It does not often if Ever occur that All them Are Low in Price at the same time. So that in periods depression the Farmer who keeps All descriptions Stock is very largely protected from the effects the and then not having his a eggs All in one Basket who can sell off such Stock As commands the favor the Market Uitz make room for such As will not to sell at the moment but Are Likely a favourable a a turn in the near Gazette. $12,000 Worth dry goods at Cost. We will offer the following goods at Cost up to january 1, 1888 Black and closed Silks Black and coloured Cashmere Serges Taco its ladies cloths and All fancy cloths coloured flannels in plaid and Stripe shirting and flannels in All colors Plain and willed pushes and velvets in All colors curtain damask and lace curtains passe entries and braids in All colors shawls every description kid gloves in All qualities corsets carpets and Oil cloths ladies mensa and misses underwear table linens and towels Torchan laces Black and White laces 45 Inch Black lace Flou icings and Many other goods too numerous to mention. This is a rare Chance for bargains in dress goods and trimmings every description. Williams amp Horning. Toys toys toys unlimited variety just arrived from Baltimore. Sold at whole Sale prices by Dodd amp co. 4sw4. Solid Gold rim spectacles for Only $3 at Harris Bros

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