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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - February 2, 1888, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published a Jehy thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Laos posters and Job printing of every description done on Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. 3 6 to. $ 1 00 2 00 3 00 5 00 8 00 $ 2 00 5 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 $ 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 40 i 1 yer. §500 15 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices five cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday february 2, 1888. Number 6. Official directory. District. Congress. State senator. Common pleas judges. County r it a in a entail be. A Ufa i a ugh. Persecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Beriah Wilkins Geo. W. Crates j. C. Hance a 1 j. Peace Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley James m. Patrick j. C. Donahey a. W. Bowers Quot John w. Kinsey John Meyers. J. G. Neumann s. Rufer 1 . Lash it. Benner 0. H. Hoover Ozias Delong it j. M. Porter l. City. Daniel James 11. Morrow marshal John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. C. C. Welty. Council Fletcher Douthitt. B. P. Scott. Andrew Warden s. Glatfelter Bame Quot a Rae justices. Names. Township. Post office. A. Youngen. Saint a Bixler. Henry Deible. Philip Doerfer. Daniel Krebs. S o Milliken. J w Newburg. Jos 11 Hostetler Nich Mottag. S y Llena Eker. Charlesh elders Philip a Garver c c Fernsel. Daniel tic liars Hugh t Minnis. J ii Booth. P ii read. John s Spring. John w Rolli. David Breymeir Samuel c Kline. John Milone. F j Greene. Now Lytle or. C w Knisley. J k Mulvane and Timmerman. T j Murphy. Jas Galbraeth. T b Rankin. L a Cornett. W j Haskinson l s Mckinney. Wesley m tray Lewis c Zollars. T Richardson. M s Wagner. J l Baldwin. T k Robinson. J 11 Gardner. R g Galbraith. Hiram Echman. Robot Coruthers Isaac couts. James w Stoutt John Wetter. William Kinsey p 11 Kuhn. Auburn. Auburn. Bucks. Bucks. Clay. Clay. Dover. Dover. Dover. Fairfield. Fairfield. Franklin. Franklin. Goshen. Goshen. Goshen. Goshen. Jefferson. Jefferson. Lawrence. Lawrence. Mill. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Oxford. Perry. Perry. Hush. Rush. Salem. Salem. Sandy. Sandy. Sugar Creek. Sugar Creek. Union. Union. Warren. Warren. Warwick. Warwick. Washington Washington Wayne. Wayne. York. York. Ragersville. Hagers i lie. Baltic. Baltic. Lock no. 17. Gnadenhutten. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. New Phi lad a. Zoar station. Strasburg. Strasburg. New Philada a. New Philada a. New Philada a. New Philada a. Port Washington Stone Creek. Zoar Bolivar. Uhrichsville. Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomerstown newcomers Tow n Cadwallader. Cadwallader. Tippecanoe. Gnadenhutten. Port Washington port Washington Mineral City. Mineral City. Shanesville. Shanesville. Uhrichsville. Leesville. New Cumberland new Cumberland Tuscarawas. Tuscarawas. Albany. Paoli. Dundee. Dundee. New Philada a. Black band. New Philadelphia times. Professional directory. A t us. N. Richards m. Physician and surgeon new Philadelphia Ohio. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 4�yl t c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day or night prompt answered. Office Over Routzen Heizer a drug store. Residence two doors South of c amp p depot. 4uyl Jas. A. Richards. Jos. T. Mccullough. Richards amp Mccullough attorneys at Law 4�?~iyl new Philadelphia Ohio. Doctor Eda Wilhelmi Mclean gynaecologist. Practice limited to diseases of women and children. Office Public Square new Philadelphia 0. 7 y j w. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 46, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 48yl prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office ver citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. 0hn s. Grai Iam attorney at Law and notary Public new i Ladelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and and using counties. Office up stairs opposite ourt House on North Broadway. 47yl j ii Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Gamuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. A professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller amp son. 6y2 patents. T s. Amp a. P. Lace procure patents in the to. Canada and Europe 20 years experience preliminary examinations As to patentability f inventions free. No attorney fees in and Ance for obtaining u. Patents. Full inductions in patents terms etc., sent free. Address r. A a. P. Lacey Patent att is. Washington d. C. Feb. 2, �?T8syl t. W. Mcdermott d. V. S., honorary graduate of the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats All diseases of Domestic animals. Surgery a specially. Horse dentistry neatly done. Calous Teeth removed. It pays to keep a horses Teeth in Good condition. Spavins and ringtones Best treated by tie actual cautery. Calls by Telegraph or otherwise promptly an swered. Mir office Over Routzen Heiser a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio 4yl Mitchells dental rooms. Grant Mitchell d. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. City Block a a Philadelphia Over Raiff s hardware store Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. Stir Gas and Ether administered. Diseases of the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1_____________ the Wilsey House new Philadelphia. Thursday february 2, 1888. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Ohio. Alfred Bailey proprietor. New t Johnson i House. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 the House Lias been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms. Table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the ears. Good livery in connection with the House. Uyl remodeler refitted and refurnished throw out pm the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in advances 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 Al so a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. Quot address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Under a new Law the wives and widows of soldiers Are admitted to the state soldiers Home. Among the Hills introduced in Congress the present session was one appropriating $150,000 for the purpose of building an air ship. A Hill passed the Senate on the 26th, placing the widows of Jen. Logan and Gen. F. P. Blair on the pension Rolls the amount fixed at $2,000 a year. It is announced from St. Louis that the mexican government has granted extraordinary concessions to a real estate company to induce immigration to eleven states of Mexico. The government has granted exemption from taxation to All settlers 011 these tracts and insures Protection. The committee on the Zanesville Newcomerstown a Cleveland Ray project met monday evening and delegated s. Moore and j. Graham to go to Columbus and present a petition with the signatures of 1,000 tax payers of Goshen township to the legislature asking that body to pass an enabling act allowing the voters of the township to decide whether they shall pay a tax to secure the line of the Road. The Banner graphic published at that booming town of Kinsley Edwards co., Kansas comes to us this week dressed in mourning Over the death of its late editor Rudolph a. Beard. The paper is one of our Best exchanges and has prospered under the management of the late or. Beard. He always had the interest of the people at heart in both his town and county. His columns were always devoted to the building up of the town and county. Kinsley loses a valuable citizen. Colonel Lewis Lewton formerly one of the leading attorneys of Cadiz and Well known to Many people in Tuscarawas county died at his Home in Napa City California on the 16th ult., of paralysis. Col. Lewton moved to California about nine years ago after having accumulated a handsome Fortune at his profession in Harrison county tie was at one time partner of Hon. John a. Bingham. He made a trip to California in 1849 by Overland route and always had a desire to go Hack. He was colonel of the 170th regiment X. G. H is Many friends regret to hear of his death. Postmaster general Dickinson has issued tiie following order As to fourth class mail matter upon fourth class mail matter it is allowable to write or print on the cover wrapper or Label the name and occupation residence or business address preceded by the word a a from a and any Marks numbers names or letters for purposes of description. Any thing May he printed 011 the same Itiat is not in the nature of personal communication provided there is left sufficient space for the Stamps and superscription. Or. Dickinson says a a in general All restrictions As to printing 011 fourth class matter Are removed. In All cases directions for transit delivery forwarding or return shall he deemed a part of the the new Philadelphia times has by far a larger circulation than the Ohio Democrat and the masses Are entitled to some consideration at the hands of the county officials. They Are entitled to see a statement of the expenditures of the county for which they Are taxed. Because they Are not subscribers to the Ohio Democrat is that any reason they should he Cut off from knowing what their officials Are doing they help to elect these county officials and help to pay their salaries and have As much right to see a financial statement in their chosen paper the times As the readers of the Ohio Democrat Are they to be ignored has county officials a right to barter away the county printing regardless of the wishes of their constituency. Has any county official a right to give the county printing to a paper to perpetuate and keep any one in office. Is not the people the government from the township to a state ? is not the government of the people for the people or is it to Foster an aristocracy a a monarchy ? h. B. West manager 133 Superior Street. Cleveland,.Ohio. Terms�?$1.50 to $2.00, according to room. Clerks this. H. Case l. Golder. 52yl if you want a first class sewing machine piano or Organ Call on or address j. J. App Bolivar. The would be political reformers that Beriah has imported to run his Ohio Democrat paper seems to know the bidding of the master and howl like so Many hungry wolves seeking something to devour. They have a very poor opinion of a Man that would interfere with their wishes or cannot see democracy As they do. Now will these a i me gentlemen please give 11s their opinion of Many Sterling gentlemen who met their lots 111 Battle array at the convention aug. 10, �?T82, and would have engulfed him Iliad the political Battle been forced which the Boss shrewd in tactics sought to divert and with face distorted and a begone look feeling that it would not do to risk a conflict then and not having an Opportunity to use his chosen weapons conceded the Points a a or the Sake of now will these Wise editors please inform us what All these followers Are Are they a kickers a mugwumps or democrats what will you think of them if they Rise up in Battle array when Beriah comes before the people for his fourth term. By what Means or. Merrick do you propose to regenerate them and make a Good democrats out of them. Now if you do not know anything about this army we will give you the names of some of them that you May inquire. They will All have their Armor on next summer except one or two that happened to yet shot in the last Campaign. Will you also he kind enough to inform the democracy of Tuscarawas county How Beriah got his first nomination ? there Are a few a Good democrats that can furnish the information if you Are not informed. Of yes or. Merrick we would like to have your opinion of the delegates to the last senatorial convention at Newcomerstown Ohio who bolted the caucus nominee. Were they a kickers a mugwumps or a Good democrats a you will please enlighten us 011 this All important topic of How to be a a Good you will also please give us your opinion of a chairman of a convention who would wilfully count out by violating the established rules of the convention the lion. Ii. Ii. Porter of port Washington. We would like to have still another opinion 011 the gentleman who sought to count out two of the candidates for delegates to the last state convention. Does such conduct belong to a a Good Democrat a with your All Wise knowledge on the aforesaid Points honestly Given you will greatly oblige Many readers. Little happenings. Of yes the Ohio Democrat will claim to be the exponent of democracy of the Powers that he now in Congress and we the Bosses must have the printing. Any other paper that asks for even a share of it is trying to overthrow this Little government of Tuscarawas county. We the lords of creation must squelch these papers As in times of old. We the Simon pure democracy that know More than the president that can speak derisively of his acts and views and vote in opposition to him and comb out whomsoever we please and i Fock out All opposition if we can to do it by ballot we can do it by a a the Root of All evil. Give us More of it. Yes give is the county printing Dot give it to the times Tuscarawas Democrat or chronicle. They Are a a kickers growlers a you dearly beloved county officials we love you As the Serpent Loveth the Rabbit but we must slime you All Over first. There is a new a a Deal a in Tuscarawas county. Yes we Call it democracy the Way michigander View the Wool Tariff question a a in any intelligent discussion of the effect of the Wool Tariff it is necessary to keep the following facts in mind 1. A the sheep raising Industry in the Southwest has grown to vast proportions Only within the last ten years. Where formerly the Northern Wool grower had a Clear Field he is now fighting for his very existence. 2. A a the Cost of caring for these great flocks in Texas Colorado Arizona and California is Only nominal when compared with the Cost of raising and wintering sheep in the More Northern states like new York Ohio and Michigan. 8. A a setting aside therefore the question of the influence of the Tariff it is clearly Manifest that the Competition of the Bonanza flock masters of the Southwest must sooner or later Render the Wool growing interests in the North extremely hazardous and unprofitable. That this has already been the result is shown by the fact that new York has suffered a decline in the number of her sheep of nearly 4,000,000 since 1872. In Ohio the number has decreased nearly 2,000,000 in ten years and in this state there has been the same falling off. These results Are unquestionably due to the climatic differences which have enabled the w ool grower of the Southwest to put his Wool on the Market at a Price which the Michigan sheep Farmer has Only met at the sacrifice of his profit. 4. A a it is As futile for the Michigan agriculturist to look to the Tariff to protect him from this ruinous completion in the Southwest As it is to expect that the imposition of a 500 per cent duty on wheat would help him to successfully compete with the wheat Farmers of the Northwest. Nature Lias imposed certain disadvantages on him which no resort to the monopoly methods of taxation for the Benefit of special interests will Ever enable him to overcome. 669,882 652.131 594,779 316,951 $0 14 54 38$ 1 02 76 1 17 14 12 32 �?T0 26$ a Sleigh ing party consisting of sixteen couples from Dennison dined at the Exchange hotel monday. Mrs. Jno. Allen entertained a few of her neighbors with the help of a Large Turkey at dinner tuesday. Or. John Keiser this place also had his pension increased which will assist the old Man very much. There Are at present three prisoners in the county jail two charged with burglary and one Petit larceny. A paper carnival at the Baptis Church Friday and saturday evenings of this week. Done to fail to go. Little happenings. Nearly one million of dollars saved annually to the people of the state if the a Monno school Book Bill becomes a Law. The following is a summary of the number of pupils enrolled in each Branch of study the total present Cost of school books and the total estimated Cost and the total estimated saving to the people if House Bill no. 28, becomes a Law the number enrolled in each Branch of study in 1886, Are As follows spelling. Reading. Arithmetic. Geography. Grammar. 211,875 history. 89,137 the present average retail Price per copy is spelling. Reading. Arithmetic. Geography. Grammar. History. Total Cost if each Pupil has a Book.$1,298,6s4.30 estimated average Price under House Bill no. 28, for each Book spelling. $0 04 Reading. Arithmetic. Geography. Grammar. History. Total estimated Cost under House Bill no. 28, if each Pupil has a Book $358,239.47. Total number of Hooks used in 1886, if each Pupil in each Branch of study had a Book 2,532,755. Total saving to the people if the Hill becomes a Law $940,444.83. Daniel Sweney another of Tuscarawas county a Brave Soldier boys has lately been awarded an increased pension. A to him who Waits doth All things come a Saith the poet. But it has been our observation gets there first. That he who Hustles new goods Kinsey. Every Day at Urfer a great reduction Sale now in Progress at w. C. Sutton a cons to reduce Stock before moving. 5-4 or. Peter Dick sprained his ankle very severely one Day last week in stepping aside to let a Wagon on the Road pass him. He had to be taken Home and has not been Able to walk since. An Indianapolis newspaper says that the first Soldier to suffer death for desertion in the War was Robert Gray an Indiana schoolmaster who had enlisted from the Southern part of the state and was shot at Camp Burnside Indianapolis in 1863. Elder j. H. Dodd will preach in the disciple Church next Sabbath morning and evening. A cordial invitation is extended to All. Springer amp Gilgen Birch Beer manufacturers Are preparing to build a bottling works near the site of the old factory foot of South Broadway. An Exchange says the term a Petit jury Means a twelve suffering simpletons trying to find out which of two lawyers is the most accomplished the lutheran mite society met at the residence of Oliver Gray last Friday evening. Ice Cream was served and although the night was anything hut line they netted five dollars. The editor of the Wellsville Union stands by the Temperance cause a though the heavens a Tough time he has of it too. Perseverance is a Noble trait. E. W. Mathias merchant at Pike run this county made an assignment for the Benefit of his creditors on thursday last. Liabilities about $8,000. Assets about $2,000. Tuesday february 14th, is St. Valentines Day. It is a great pity that or. Valentine did not select april 1st As a commemoration then it would have been very appropriate. Mrs. Susan crites this City widow of Nicholas crites received arrears of Back pay since the death of her husband amounting to $1,600 and a pension of $12.00 a month annually. From appearances this morning february 2nd, ground hog Day his hog ship will prognosticate an Early Spring As the weather is dark dreary and gloomy with 110 prospects of a letting up during the Day. Or. Joseph ditto this City has had his pension increased to Twenty four dollars per month making it a fair compensation for the ills he suffers from disease contracted in army life and a Welcome competence in his old age the firm of Wise a Zeeb this City Are putting up a building at Goshen Coal mines to be used As a Branch House for groceries including miners supplies. Or. Geo. Calanan will have charge. Success gentleman. Charley Voshall entered the office of the livery stable of b. Downey saturday night last and rifled the pockets of a Young Man named Frank Green the Hostler. The thief secured $3.60 and a Silver watch. He was arrested on monday by marshal Shull and taken before Squire Richards who committed him to jail in default of $100. A Sleigh ing party consisting of four couple male and female from port Washington attempted to Cross the canal 011 the ice at Goshen a few Miles below this City sunday afternoon. Two of the sleighs passed Over in safety hut the other two broke through the ice giving the occupants a thorough ducking. It was a matter of thankfulness that nothing serious happened. Some of the new Philadelphia c i taoists ought to build a few new houses to rent. Inquiries for houses Are almost a daily occurrence and there is none to he had. If there were houses sufficient to accommodate those wishing to move to new Philadelphia the town would increase at least two Hundred in population in the next three months. Our Iron Mills Are All on a substantial basis and Are offered Large contracts for Iron which will insure a steady circulation of Money among the Labouring classes. If we get the z., n. Amp c. Railroad new Philadelphia will have a Boom in the Spring and one Hundred More houses will be needed. Let parties desiring to make investments look into this matter. We see by the Carroll chronicle that John h. Werner a prominent carpet dealer of Canton was among the number indicted for fraud by the recent grand jury at Carrollton. He furnished 900 Yards of carpet and linoleum for the court House. It is claimed that he presented a Bill for 200 Yards More than the floors of the court House measure and by actual measurement that proves to be a fact. But on the other hand while or. Werner on settlement Day was figuring the amount Laid Down some one present suggested that the architect weary make the estimate from his plans of the rooms. This was done and the architects figures were accepted by the commissioners and the amount paid for. If it is True that the commissioners took the architects figures for it no jury will Ever find Werner guilty unless the state can show that Werner knew that he was receiving pay for More carpet than was placed on the floors otherwise the jury will View it As a mistake. The Dennison opera House caught fire about 1 of clock sunday morning last and was totally destroyed. Loss $6,000 insurance $2,000. A Ball was held in the building the evening previous. Or. And mrs. Kuhns attended the funeral of their Little grandson James l. Barnes in Canton last week and just before returning from it they received the sad intelligence of the death of their Nephew. Or. George Crossland of West front Street was severely burned while at work in the Sheet Mill at this place last tuesday. The flesh was burned from his right Arm form the wrist to the shoulder. An Exchange says and we suppose it knows whereof it affirms an elephant lives 400 years a whale 300 a Tortoise 100 a Camel 40 a horse 25 a Bear 20 a lion 20 an of 20 a cat 15 a dog 14 a sheep 10 a Squirrel 8 a Guinea pig 7. The eclipse on last saturday evening was admired by every one in this locality who witnessed it. The sky was Clear and Bright making everything of Avorah for observation. There was no need of artificial Means to enjoy the Beauty of the phenomenon. The next total eclipse of the Moon will be on the night of july 22nd. Marriage licenses for the week ending saturday january 28, Are As follows John f. Gilgen and Sarah a. Thompson Lafayette Hidey and Ella Stewart George w. Wolf and Elizabeth Wolf Lewis a. Johnson and Minnie a. Howell David e. Mizer and Ella a. Cahill Jacob g. Biddell and Elvira f. Ogg Aaron Lyon and Mary e. Courtright. Three Young men while out Slegh rid ing on sunday last with a horse and Cutter belonging to or. Wallick had a runaway. All three were dumped out while crossing a rough place near Earnst Schmidt a and away the horse went through town to East Avenue and up front Street and Back to the barn being almost exhausted when it arrived. Luckily however no one was Hurt or anything broken. A business Man of Somerset ky., wrote to a Man in the country and on the envelope that held the letter was the usual a return in ten Days to Somerset �?� a couple of Days after personal mention. Or. Davis a quite sick. Citizen of this place is Chas. Lang and e. Souers were in town monday. Legislative doings. Miss Clara Custer is this week visiting friends in Canton. Common pleas court convenes next tuesday february 7th. Or. And mrs. Bontrager of new Cumberland were in town to Day. Or. George Rice our accommodating grocer has a new clerk a ten Pound boy. Or. J. A. Spence of Flushing Ohio spent Sabbath with his parents id this place. Capt. Slade of port Washington was in town monday greeting his Many friends. Hon. H. Ii. Porter and or. L. A. Cornet of port Washington were in the City monday. W. R. Shields this City arrived in new York City monday in route from Europe. L. M. Myers of Sandyville and m. M. Mays of Waynesburg were at the Hub monday. John a. Roenbaugh and or. Stofer of port Washington were guests at the a a Banner House a tuesday. John Miller architect and contractor who has been in Canton the past few months returned saturday. Mrs. Chas. Fowler of Delaware Ohio is visiting her parents or. And mrs. We. Frilly of Oldtown Valley. Miss Cora English of Kansas City mo., who has been visiting Here the past three months returned Home last Friday. _ mrs. Jacob starker and daughter Are visiting at the residence of mrs. Rebecca read East High Street Mother of mrs. Starker. _ win. B. Rennie of Columbus Ohio it Aid a visit to his parents or. And mrs. W. B. Rennie this City. Born to or. And mrs. Jim. Milars a Jabe. You should see Jim he is too unspeakably Happy for anything. Mrs. Mamie Getzman and daughter Maria of Carrollton Are visiting at the residence of or. And mrs. John Allen. Ward the letter came Back accompanied by a note in which the writer said that according to request he returned the letter though for the life of him he did no to see Why he was so All fired particular about having it sent Back. Monday afternoon last Gas was discovered to be leaking from the main pipe on West fair Street and found its Way into a Public Cistern close by. A Young boy old enough however to know the explosive properties of nitrogen lighted a match and introduced it through the opening of the heavy Iron lid Over the Cistern which caused an immediate explosion throwing the lid some feet upwards and shattering the Walls of the Cistern. The lad made a Lucky escape. A few weeks ago the proprietors of the Barber shops of this City were arrested and fined for keeping open their places of business on sunday and were admonished that any future violation the full extent of the Law would be meted out. John Saunders proprietor of the new York shaving parlor deeming this Law a a unconstitutional a opened his shop on last sunday morning intent on business. His a a opening a was a Success. On monday morning some one filed an affidavit and Saunders appeared before the mayor plead guilty and was fined $9.00. Johnny intends to Appeal the Case As he says he did not wilfully intend to violate the Law but merely to test its Validity. Between 12 and 1 of clock last saturday night a fire was discovered in the store of Magher amp Yakey at Mineral Point which soon spread and proved by far the most disastrous that had Ever been in the Village the total loss is about $15,000 or $16,000. The heaviest loss Falls on John t. Rice hardware merchant and Meagher a Yakey dealers in dry goods and groceries both of whom Are insured for Only about half the amount destroyed. Others suffering by the fire More or less Are John f. Rice John Bierly m. Skeels f. A. Davy Winger a Walter Alfred Davis w. Davis Charles Swanson and or. C. E. Brothers. When the fire was first discovered it was very Small but soon got such headway that nothing could be done More than to save it from spreading beyond the Row in which it started. News was received Here monday that on Friday last the Little five year old daughter of James Price of Leesville about 15 Miles North of this place in Carroll county was abducted from her Home by a Man named Frank Numan who was working for or. Price. He took her out Tor a Sleigh ride at eight of clock in the evening and has since failed to return. Tie affair caused quite an excitement in the Village Anc telegrams have been sent in All directions giving a description of the Man the villain we Are informed was re leased from the Ohio Penitentiary but a Short time ago on parole. A the above was in Type word was received Here wednesday announcing the recovery of the Little girl also the horse and Sleigh. No particulars Numan claiming that he in tended Only to go to Carrollton and re turn which he thought was Only three or four Miles Distant. Charley Craig conductor on the c. L. W. R�?Ty., spent Sabbath with his Mother mrs. Jos. Arny South Broadway. Miss Eva ill Mick and mrs. Thomas Wagstaff spent a couple of Days last week at the country residence of Jas. Mathias. _ a a Ted Hanna a former new Philadelphia boy but now of Cleveland was in town wednesday saluting his Many acquaintances. Mrs. We. Wallace who is lying dangerously sick is daily expecting the Home visit of her two sons Isaac and Oliver from Independence Kansas. Eph. Parks of Dennison was in the City tuesday visiting his parents or. And mrs. Robert Parks and shaking hands with his old chums. Or. J. H. Clantz of Cadwallader Wras in town on tuesday last on business and made the times office a social Call which was a pleasure and profit to us As he never forgets to pay in Advance for his paper. A sled Load fourteen in number of the a Sweet six teens wrent to Uhrichsville Friday evening to spend the evening with miss Vinnie Smith. They report a glorious time As they always do have at miss Vinnier a and return thanks to or. And mrs. Smith for their kind hospitality. Or. J. Dietrich of Terre haute ind., is visiting in this City and was the guest of j. Ii. Boothe saturday. He was at one time an employee in the Woolen Mills of which or. Boothes father was proprietor some 43 years ago. Or. Says the old land Marks have almost entirely disappeared. Obituary. Miss Alice j. Waters daughter of we. And Susan Waters died wednesday january 25th, 1888, at the residence of her parents on Beaver dam in the 27th year of her age and was buried in the United Brethren Church cemetery Friday morning at 10 of clock. Her remains were followed to their last resting place by a Large concourse of friends. Services were conducted by Rev. J. Lemasters. A Little three months old daughter of Reuben Lewis on West High Street died on monday morning and was buried in the new Philadelphia cemetery wednesday afternoon. Mathews Elliott St co. Notice. All persons indebted to the late firm of Mathews Elliott a co., on subscription to the Ohio Democrat to sept. 15th, 1887, or for advertising or Job work Are hereby notified that John a. Himes at his office Over Jacob Millers store on North Broadway is our Only agent in new Philadelphia to receive and receipt for claims due us. Those indebted to us up to said 15th of sept., 1887, Are requested to Call at the office of John a Himes and Settle the same. Mathews Elliott amp Hoover the late firm of Mathews Elliott a co. 51 of we have the largest finest and cheapest line of embroideries in the City. Urfer amp Kinsey. The following is a copy of House Bill no. 28, introduced by or. Monnot entitled a a Bill to provide for the publication and distribution of school Section 1. Be it enacted by the general Assembly of the state of Ohio that the governor is hereby required to appoint by and with the advice and consent of the Senate a competent commission of four persons not More than two of whom shall belong to one political party which commission shall be known As a the Ohio school Book commission a whose duty it shall be to select prepare and adopt a suitable series of text books on spelling Reading writing arithmetic grammar geography and United states history to be used in the common schools of this state. The state commissioner of common schools shall be sex offi Cio member and president of the commission. Sec. 2. The said commission shall have Power to employ assistants who shall work under its direction in the preparation of the several text books to be selected prepared and adopted. Sec. 3. The said commissioners shall receive while in the actual discharge of their duties a monthly salary of one Hundred and fifty dollars to be paid upon vouchers signed by the governor and the assistants shall receive monthly salaries in 110 Case to exceed one Hundred dollars to be paid upon vouchers signed by the governor and the president of the commission. Sec. 4. All necessary travelling expenses incurred by the commissioners and their assistants in the prosecution of their work shall lie paid from the state Treasury upon vouchers signed by the governor and the president of the commission. Sec. 5. The said commissioners shall enter upon their work immediately after their appointment. Their office shall be in the office of the state commissioner of common schools. They shall prosecute their work with All due Diligence and without unnecessary delay. The work of the commission shall he completed within one year from the Date of the appointment thereof. Sec. 2. The text books so selected prepared and adopted of the class Hereinbefore named in Section one of this act by the said commission and none other shall be used in the common schools of this state and shall not be changed except As May be provided by Law. Sec. 7. The state commissioner of common schools shall deliver the textbooks by the said commission adopted in manuscript to the supervisor of Public printing or other officer having charge of the state printing the supervisor or officer shall deliver the same to the Printer having the contract for the printing thereof who shall forthwith cause the same to be set up in a form duly corrected and approved by said supervisor. The state commissioner of common schools shall cause to be printed annually As Many copies thereof As May be necessary. The manuscript shall be delivered to the state commissioner of common schools to be by him kept. Sec. 8. The commissioners of Public printing shall at the same time and place in the same manner and under the same restrictions and requirements As they advertise and let other Public printing of the state advertise and let the printing required by this act to be done. And the binding of the volumes required to be printed shall be provided for by the commission but they shall cause the same to be done at the binding department of the deaf and dumb Asylum if in their judgment that be practicable. Sec. 9. When the printing and binding of the said text books is completed As aforesaid the supervisor of Public printing shall deliver the same to the state commissioner of common schools together with a statement of the actual Cost of publication per volume and the said commissioner shall forthwith Send by mail to any person who May make application therefor such statement of the Cost per volume per centum added thereto and upon the receipt of the Money or the Price per volume with such per centum added accompanied with satisfactory evidence under oath that each volume thus sent for is for the actual use of some person being a citizen of this state the said commissioner shall pay such Money less five per centum to be by him kept As his fees out of which he shall pay All necessary expenses into the state Treasury and Forward such copy or copies to the persons so transmitting the Price thereof. But no person or persons so purchasing such text books for the purpose of Sale shall charge therefor a Price exceeding the Price paid by them by More than ten per centum. It shall to a Misdemeanour for any person to Soli any of said books which have been previously purchased from the state commissioner of common schools at prices greater than herein provided punishable by a Fine not to exceed $100, or imprisonment not to exceed sixty Days or both for each offence and justices of the j peace in the several counties shall have j jurisdiction to try and determine such offences As in other misdemeanours. Sec. 10. There is hereby appropriated from the general Revenue fund the sum of $15,000 to be used for the several purposes named above. Sec. 11. This act shall take effect and be in Force from and after its passage. Fry a Valley Grange no. 1136, on the evening of january 28th, installed the following officers worthy master we. Kinsey. Overseer David Kislig. Steward Daniel Buger. Assistant Stewart of. J. Laupert. Chaplain Rudolph my res. Treasurer Gotlieb Schwitzer or. Secretary Samuel Cluin. Gate keeper a. C. Wenger. Ceres Mary Schwitzer. Pomora Jane Kislig. Floral Caley Kinsey. L. A. Schwitzer. Trustees Christian Kinsey s. A. Kinsey Frederick Myers Samuel Clum. Carroll county is now writing a history of her new court House. The dedication will come off next term of court. Little things. Call on w. C. Sutton a co. And secure some of the big bargains they Are offering before moving. 5-4 we Are Selling embroideries at one cent per Yard and Are not doing it to close out business either. Urfer a Kinsey. W. C. Sutton amp co. Are offering great bargains in clothing hats Caps and gents furnishing goods to reduce Stock before moving. 5-4 rabbits will probably get a rest now As it is unlawful to kill them after february 1st. This species of game has been plentiful in Tuscarawas county this season. Rev. Browm of Pittsburgh will deliver a lecture at the Latte Day saints Church at Blakes Mills saturday evening and show the difference Between their Church and the Utah mormons. The a a Organ business is about played out in this county. The people want papers of opinions convictions sentiments but they want them to be honest and sincere and not simply somebody so a Samuel Ikert an aged Farmer living near new Lisbon was found dead in his barn Yard monday of last week partly eaten by hogs. It is supposed he had fallen 011 the ice and was stunned when the hogs attacked him or lie had died of apoplexy. We will remove on or about March 15th, to the room formerly occupied by i. C. Gentsch in Exchange Block and will sell our entire Stock of clothing hats Caps and gents furnishing goods at greatly reduced prices. W. C. Sutton a co. 5-4 any one desiring to Purchase a Good Young horse will do Well to attend the auction Sale of Young horses at the stables of g. W. Goudy in new Philadelphia february 9th. A car Load of first class Young horses will be offered at Public Sale. Goudy a Kinley. The machinery for pumping the Oldtown Oil Well has been put in position and ready for testing the capacity of the Well. Pumping was commenced yesterday a wednesday and at this writing thursday morning nothing definite can be stated. We Hope to be Able in our next Issue to make a favourable report. Farmers and teamsters Are invited to examine the Champion w agon. It is the greatest invention of the age. Done to buy a Wagon till you see it. The Tongue never strikes the horses no matter How rough or uneven the roads Are. Send for circular address Cyrus Mcqueen Baltic A live agent wanted in every township in Tuscarawas county. 4tt unclaimed letters. The following list of unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Postof lice january 30, 1888 miss Rebecca Snyder miss Katie Onele Etta Johnson mrs Chloe Jones James Hartz Lydia a crites George Stewart Elsworth Craig John Gooden. F. P. Degrief p. M. The undersigned hereby announces to the Public that he Sells first class fruit Trees of the Best varieties All grafted add budded fruit. Also new varieties that have been lately introduced and found reliable. Evergreens Maple Trees shrubbery of All kinds climbing vines Small fruits grapes of All kinds. Greenhouse plants and Flowers. Anything you wish for in my line you can obtain of me for one half the Price usually asked by agents. I cordially ask you to patronize your Home nurseryman and Florist. Daniel Wyss. New Philadelphia Jan. 26. 5m6 real estate for Sale a Large variety of farms in Ohio and other states including several of the Best farms in Tuscarawas county. Also a number of desirable residences and business houses in new Philadelphia and other towns. Several of the above farms would be traded for town property and several of the above dwellings would Lee traded upon farms. The undersigned has arrangements with real estate agents in other counties and states whereby any one desiring to make a change can he suited. F. Rom 10, attorney at Law. Office in Mcclean Block Southwest Corner of Public Square new Philadelphia Ohio. 3tf done to Experiment. Real estate Agency a of a Samuel Moore new Philadelphia Ohio. Property of All kinds for Sale or Exchange All properties left in our hands will be advertised free of charge. Commission charged Only when Sale or Exchange is made and at reasonable rates. Inquiries by mail promptly at the times office Over citizens National Bank. No. 2. Dwelling House. A Fine two Story Frame House containing seven Large rooms conveniently arranged finished in Good style and papered throughout. Bay Extension in front of the House affording a Fine View of the Street also a portico in front Good chimneys built from the ground up grates in four rooms and stove flues for three rooms Good cellar closets and Large Cistern Wood and Coal House and other out buildings. Splendid variety of fruit Trees just beginning to Bear such As pears plums peaches and apples 5,500 bearing strawberries of excellent Quality 500 bearing raspberries. Also plenty of currents gooseberries and grapes. Two lots one 66x264, and the other 54x264�?both fronting on the Street. This property is situated on a Good Street in new Philadelphia Ohio. The proceeds of the berries alone will pay a Good per cent on the investment. Price very reasonable and easy payments. Call at the items office. Of no. 15. One lot and two houses. A Good two Story Frame dwelling seven rooms lot 66x264, with another Good one Story Frame House of four rooms 011 same lot and both houses in Good repair. Good fruit Good Well and Cistern on premises and also Good outbuildings. Situated in new Philadelphia on West High Street and is a Corner lot. Will sell very cheap or will Trade for a Small tract of land. A bargain in it. Call at the times office. I have for Sale a Fine Rich level productive farm of 2,250 acres. First and second Bottom land about one half cleared and in cultivation balance Good Timber three Miles from the City of Vincennes Indiana Railroad station on one Corner and three or four tenant houses on the farm. Gravel Road to the City. Will raise 25 to 35 bushels of wheat and 50 to 80 bushels of Corn to the acre. Good for All grasses or Small Grain. Price $25 per acre. A Iso several Small farms in same Vicinity at very reasonable prices. For further information Call at the times office. Of Dakota land for Sale or Trade the following is a list of lands for Sale or Trade which Are All Good with improvements just As stated. No misrepresentations and Are in a Good Community and some of them close to rail roads no. 1. 146$ acre farm 1$ Miles North of the Miller depot and two thirds of a mile from the corporation limits 50 acres under cultivation about 20 acres of splendid wild Hay land and remainder is Good plow land. A Creek runs throw the Southeast Corner of the farm just cutting off enough for a Nice Garden House and barn. House has 6 rooms 4 Down stairs and 2 up. Stable room for 6 horses Cave outside. Mortgaged for $1,000, 1 years to run. Good Dairy farm. Price $4,000. Terms�?$1,000 Down and remainder in 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 years. No. 2. 160 acre farm 4 Miles Southeast of Miller 45 acres under cultivation Small House and barn. Creek running throw the farm. Plenty of wild Glass land and is a splendid farm for both Stock and Grain. Free from encumbrance. Price $2,500 Cash. No. 3. 160 acre farm 17 Miles South of Miller �?100 acres under Good cultivation. A Good Grain farm. House 14x22, with a basement 11x20. Granery 10x12 Sod barn 30x40. Splendid Well of water and Good Spring. Oncu Morance $880 at 8 per cent. Price $3,000. For Sale or Trade. Have you seen that elegant line of embroideries in Urfer a Kinsey a window. 5w2 embroideries from one cent per Yard and up at Urfer a Kinsey a. You cannot afford to waste time in experimenting when your lungs Are in danger. Consumption always seems at first Only a cold. Do not permit any dealer to impose upon you with some cheap imitation of or. Kings new discovery for consumption coughs and cob is but la sure you get the genuine. Because he can make More profit he my Tell you he has something jul t As Good or just the same. Done tax it deceived but insist upon getting or. Kings new discovery which is guaranteed to give Relief in All Throat lung and Chest affections. Trial bottles free at f. A. Miller a songs drug store. Done to let that cold of yours run on. You think it is a Light thing. But it May run into Catarrh. Or into pneumonia. Or consumption. Catarrh is disgusting. Pneumonia is dangerous. Consumption is de Atli itself. The breathing apparatus must be kept healthy and Clear of All obstructions and offensive matter. Otherwise there is trouble ahead. All the diseases of these parts head nose Throat bronchial tubes and lungs can be delightfully and entirely cured by the use of Boche s German syrup. If you done to know this already thousands and thousands of people can Tell you. They have been cured by it and a know How it is bottle Only 75 cents. Ask any druggist. 9yl no. 4. Ico acre farm 10 or 12 Miles North of miller�?80 acres under cultivation remainder Good and can to cultivated. Small House Burn Granery. Good Well of water. This is a splendid Grain farm mortgaged for $920. Price >2,000. For Sale or Trade. No. 5. 250 acres 3$ Miles from Railroad station in the Northeast Corner of county. 118 acres under a High state of cultivation. Al jut 50 or 60 acres of Good grass land Creek running the whole Lengli of the farm. The remainder is Good Grain land. A Good Little House and a splendid Sod barn which is better than Frame when built As this one is mortgaged for $1,300 Price $4,000 is a splendid farm for both Stock and Grain. For Sale or Trade. No. 6. 320 acre farm 10 or 12 Miles from Railroad station 80 acres under cultivation a splendid Grain farm and can All be cultivated except 15 or 20 acres and that is splendid pasture land mortgaged for $1,500 Price $3,000 for Sale or Trade. Great bargains. Intending to take the rooms now occupied by John w. Burry shortly we do not wish to move our present Stock and we sell our menus boys and children a suits and overcoats at greatly reduced prices. Now is the time to buy an overcoat cheap. Winter Caps at half prices. Come soon and avoid the Rush. 5-3 g. Senhauser a Sony

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