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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - January 5, 1888, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia t is. Volume Iii. New Philadelphia o., thursday january 5, 1888. Fhe a a times advertising space. One Inch. Three inches six inches. Half column. One column., bus Ness notices five cents per numb official directory. District. Congress. State senator. Common please judges. County. It Vire int native. J. A a it. A la i a securing attorney. Sheriff. Auditor. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Beriah Wilkins Geo. j. C. Hance a i j. S. Pearce Francis Ankney a. W. Yeagley a. F. Wilkins j c. Figert a. W. Borers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. J. G. Neumann s. Rufer j . Lash r. Benner .0. Ii. Hoover Ozias Delong it j. M. Porter City. A a r Daniel Korns. Merk James 11. coi Oner John s. Graham. Jacob d. C. Welty. I Council Fletcher Douthitt. B. 1�?~. Scott. Andrew Irwin. We Arden s. Quot Thruen justices. Names. A. Youngen. Same a Bixler. Lenry deible.�?. Philip Doerfer. Daniel Krebs. S Milliken. I w Newburg. Jos 11 a Hostetier Inich Montag. S y Charles Eulers Philip a Varver c c Fernsel. Daniel Richards Hugh t Minnis. J 11 Booth. A it 11 read. John s Spring. John w Kolli a David Breymeir Samuel c Kline. John Milone. F j Greene. Jno w Lytle . C w Knisley. J r Mulvane and Timmerman. T j Murphy. Jas Galbraeth. T b Rankin. L a Cornett. W j la Askinson l s Mckinney. Wesley m Tracy Lewis c Zollars. T Richardson. M s Wagner. J l Baldwin. T la Robinson. J 11 Gardner. R g Galbraith. Hiram Zeliman. Robot Coruthers Isaac couts. James w Stoutt John Wetter. William Kinsey p 11 Kuhn. Townships. 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. Rush. Rush. Salem. Salem. Sandy. Sandy. Sugar Creek. Sugar Creek. Union. Union. Warren. Warren. Warwick. Warwick. Washington Washington Wayne. Wayne. York. York. Post office. Ragersville. Ragersville. I Baltic. Baltic. Lock no. 17. Gnadenhutten. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. New Phi lady a. Zoar station. Strasburg. Strasburg. New philae a. New Philada a. New Philada a. New Philada a. Port Washington Stone Creek. Zoar Bolivar. Uhrichsville. Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomerstown Newcomerstown Cadwallader. Cadwallader. Tippecanoe. Gnadenhutten. Port Washington port Washington Mineral City. Mineral City. Shanesville. Sloane Shiue. Uhrichsville. Leesville. New Cumberland new Cumberland Tuscarawas. Tuscarawas. Albany. Paoli. Dundee. Dundee. New Philada a. Black Philadelphia happenings. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. I . N. Richards m. Physician and surgeon new Philadelphia Ohio. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 40yl j c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Office Over Routzen Heizer a drug store. Residence two doors South c k p depot. Of fill Jas. A. Richards. Jos. T. Mccullough. Richards amp Mccullough attorneys at Law 49yl new Philadelphia Ohio. A 0ct0r Eda Wilhelmi Mclean gynaecologist. Practice limited to diseases women and children. Office Public Square new Philadelphia 0. 7 j j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 46, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 4syl Pitanis Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office ver citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47yl ii Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Samuel 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.2rant Mitchell d. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. Ity Block a a new Philadelphia 0. Over Raiff s hardware store rown and Bridge work skilfully executed. Gas and Ether administered. Diseases the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1__the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Thursday january 5, 1888. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for outs bruises ires ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter mapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no quire. It is guaranteed to give perfect Money refunded. Price 25 cents Box. For Sale by . Miller k son. 6y2 Mitchells dental rooms. 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. 9yl remodeler refitted and refurnished throw out new i Johnson i Honse. H. B. West manager 133 Superior , Ohio. Tkbmk�?$1.50 to $-.00, according to room. Talos. Ii. Case 52yl l. Holder. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 te1tts, caveats and Trade Marks obtained and All Patent business conducted for moderate fees. Our office is opposite a s. Patent office we have no sub agencies All business direct hence can transact Patent business in less time and at less Cost than those Remote from Wash a end Model photo with description. We advise if patentable not free charge. Our fee not due till Patent is secured. A Book. A a How to obtain patents Quot with reference to actual clients in your state county town sent free. Address A. Snow k co., Ltd opposite Patent office Washington . Justlie new Philadelphia time will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in Advance .$1 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 a address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Lost a sum Money wrapped in a piece envelope. Any one finding the same will receive a Liberal Reward by bringing it to the times office. 2 explorer Greely clues not believe that the a North pie will Ever be reached ex-1 cent by balloon. Republican papers Are claiming that the issues in the next Campaign will be Protection free Trade. That the democracy will favor free Trade and the Republican party will favor Protection. The Republican leaders Are quite anxious to Frame a free Trade platform for the democracy but the democratic party has no such intentions As favouring free Trade and have never framed a political platform that set Forth the policy free Trade. The platform 1888 will not favor free tade. Free Trade undoubtedly Means the right to import and interchange All the commodities the nations the Earth free from duty charges by the government. The democratic party does not advocate such principles but does say a a Levy no More duty than is necessary to meet the legitimate expenses the government and Levy that duty the articles that will effect the least number the luxuries and let in free the articles consumed by ally poor and will the Republican party say it can do More than that if so How can it be done How can it afford greater Protection except by levying in excess the just demands the government. If it promises More then it Means to treasure up the Peoples Money contract the circulating medium the country raise the rate interest Loans and make the necessaries life dearer All for the Sake Protection. Protection is due to the people at Large not to the few. Democracy is with the people this Tariff question but it does not mean free Trade a tree Trade is a political Bugaboo used by the Republican party to scare the timid. The Republican party will have a desperate time to get their Brethren All their High protective platform for the presidential race judging from the sentiment out West. The following extracts from state platforms would look As though there would be no room for these states in the Republican fold a a we favor an Early and judicious revision the Tariff with a simplification and reduction custom platform last Republican state convention in Minnesota. A a we believe the Tariff should be revised and last Republican state convention in Iowa. A was the business the country now demands a revision the Tariff the Republican party alive to the demands every material interest will see to it that such revision shall be made at the earliest practicable last Republican state convention Nebraska. The City Wheeling and county Ohio have appropriated $300,000 to the Wheeling amp l. E. Railroad to Aid them in constructing a Bridge across the Ohio River at Wheeling together with a Long Tunnel elaborate depot and terminal facilities. The construction forty one Miles Road from Bowerstown to Wheeling forms indirectly a part the contract. The Bridge is to be used by All Railroad companies payment a toll not to exceed $2 per car. The construction this link will afford five existing and competing roads an Entrance into Wheeling the work is to be commenced within eight months. New York capitalists head the chronicle. The Republican Side the Ohio Senate had a real Kilkenny fight in organizing the Senate. The major part 13 in number made up a slate for the official positions which greatly displeased the minority 8 in number. This was a Pointer for the democratic Side and the minority Republican faction readily joined the democrats agreeing to give the democracy Ope position if they in turn would help them through. They completely smashed the majority slate carrying Ever Point. Or. J. C. Glover Cadiz belonged to the minority faction the Republican Side and a got howling was no name for the confusion that followed. Be horrors the Cleveland Leader which with the exception the Mansfield news is in the language the late Ben Wade a the do est meanest paper in Ohio a recently said that a who favored the internal Revenue tax whiskey moral grounds is guilty cheap and contemptible Piip Blaine in his Baris interview said that the tax whisky should be maintained because there was a a moral Side to the a Little reasoning then adduces the fact that the Leader Calls Blaine a contemptible demagogue. Hurrah for Jofin so Jerigan j when rogues fall out honest ? men get their and Banner. James Robinson another the fur robber gang and who was convicted As an accessory in the killing detective Hulligan at Ravenna o., last february was denied a new trial and sentenced to be hanged april 27th. He was taken to the Penitentiary monday and is now in the Annex with his a a Palm Blinky Morgan who it is said would not recognize Robinson. Coughlin the last the gang was granted a new trial. Beriah Wilkins the big ? Congress Man from Uhrichsville got sea a sick while a ple Sui tripod the Potomac with a party friends and begged to go Shore. They landed him seven Miles from any town and he had to foot it to Preis. F. 8. Romig has moved his office to the Mclean Block. Norvin Green estimates Jay Gould a Fortune at $60,000,000. This is moderate. Or. And mrs. B. F. Stewart Canton spent new years Day with friends in this City. James Hendricks brother the late vice president died sunday at Shelby Ville Indiana. A miss Ella Lahmer entertained a number her Young lady friends at Tea Friday evening. John Sherman is said to be Worth $1,500,000. Then he will outweigh Blaine in the presidential race. Miss Emma Welty entertained in grand style about thirty her Young lady and gentleman friends new years night. _ the new Philadelphia pipe works started up tuesday morning with a full complement hands. The knights pythias Ball which was Given last Friday night was a Brilliant affair and largely attended. After a weeks vacation the school Bell brought troops children the streets tuesday morning hiking themselves away to school. Administration papers the estate judge Mcllvain deceased has been granted to George Welty. The estate is valued at $38,000. The German Saenger fest this City gave a select Ball at Chapins Hall tuesday evening. A pleasant time was accorded to All who were present. Mrs. B. P. Downey new Philadelphia is visiting at the residence . And mrs. W. H. Kreiter East South Independent. Hon. Francis Ankeny has taken up his quarters in Columbus again the legislature convening monday. Or. Ankeny can always be found at his Post duty. A iss Annie Stambaugh mechanics Burgh who has been visiting her aunt jars. Adam Shriver returned Home last 3/onday. _ miss Lyde a is Kimmen has returned to new Philadelphia after spending the holidays with friends and relatives at n e Comers to w n. Mrs. John Myers and miss Maggie Fisher canal Dover made a pleasant visit at the residence n. E. Beck Blakes Mills. A iss May Fishel Lancaster Ohio formerly new Philadelphia is spending a few weeks with friends both Here and at 3/ineral Point. John w. Lewis and miss Emma Fox Stone Creek were married at the lutheran parsonage this City by Rev. L. M. Kuhns Christmas eve. Miss Mary Schweitzer Hummel Valley and miss Emma Schweitzer Berauer county Illinois spent the holidays with friends in Guernsey and Coshocton counties. During the year ending . 31st, 1887, 62 aliens took out their naturalization papers in the office the probate court this county the majority whom were the German element. It is said that speaker Carlisle will appoint representative Campbell chairman the committee territories and representative Outhwaite chairman the committee Pacific railways. The leap year dance Given by the Young ladies this City monday evening proved a Success in every particular. About eighty couple were pres ent a number whom were from other places. A splendid supper was Given in the Exchange happenings. For first class Job printing come to the times office. Our Type Are new and we use the Best material. Revs. Wilson and Kuhns Are holding a series meetings at their respective churches methodist and lutheran. G. F. Williams the photographer West front Street has made 118 dozen Cabinet pictures in the past five weeks. James Young and family Rast front Street left for Oberlin o., saturday last to take Turkey and other Good thing with his brother Charlie new years Day and returning Fiorie Miqu Day evening report their trip to them the greatest event �?T88 thus far and again we hear his Anvil ring. The misses Maud and May Williams entertained in a very delightful manner some their Young friends the last night the old year. They remained to Greet the new year and Exchange Good wishes and pledge Friendship and enjoy the delicacies spread before them by the hands their fair Young hos Esse. The inhabitants Clark county Kansas Are suffering for food and fuel. The county is new and the failure crops the past season account the continued drouth has left Many poor people hot Izean subsistence. Relief committees Aye at work soliciting food and Money. Haying no Money they cannot buy fuel and Cook their food with a a Buffalo chips.�?T1 the Many friends Alfred Burri in this place will be grieved to know that he is now lying at the Point death in Wichita Kansas from an attack typhoid fever. Word was received Here tuesday from his attending physician stating that he could not possibly live Over a month and that there was a possibility getting him Home before death took place As Alf. Expressed a desire to die among his friends. Or Reroy Springer his brother in Law starts to Day thursday to bring him Home. Or. Burri was one our Best Young men and a talented artist and if he should die will be sadly missed by his relatives and a Large Circle act a a a a a to a James Young received quite a severe injury the knee from a Nail caused by a vicious horse while shoeing tuesday last. Homer Ream Pittsburgh pa., is Home visiting his Mother and Many friends. He now tips the beam at 200 avoirdupois. Gens. Sherman and Sheridan will review the state military exercises at the Centennial Celebration in Ohio next september. A Monument is to be erected to the memory the policemen who lost their lives in the Haymarket riot. It is to be 150 feet in height and Way 650 tons. Prosecuting attorney James g. Patrick donned the official Robes monday. Or. J. F. Wilkin retires and will give his entire time to his civil practice. A fatal collision occurred the new York Pennsylvania amp Ohio Railroad near Meadville pa., december 31st, killing three persons outright and seriously injuring Many others. Joseph Hill a burglar caught in the shoe store Elliott amp Robb Columbus o., was fatally shot by watchman Charles Hampson. He will not burglarized any More. The new Philadelphia band gave an open air concert sunday afternoon from the court House Steps to an appreciative audience. New Philadelphia has one the Best bands in the state. Two barrels Oil were taken from the Oil Well wednesday morning which proved to be a Superior Quality. An exhibition its inflatable nature was Given South Broadway wednesday night. The Tuscarawas county jail has not now a single occupant which Speaks Well for the morals our Community and especially at this time when the Holiday season is usually Rife with drunkenness brawls and not infrequently murder. The Minerva news has been enlarged to an eight column paper and otherwise improved and is now a splendid looking Sheet As Well As a newsy one. Brother Knox should have a Hearty support from the people that Vicinity. It is a credit to the town. Messes. Williams amp Horning Are invoicing their Stock goods preparatory to turning them Over to John Kinsey Oldtown and Samuel Urfer this place the purchasers. We can heartily recommend the new firm As first class business men and upright in their dealings. The remains president Carnot a illustrious Grandfather Are in the Ceme tary at Magdeburg and an attempt will now be made to have them brought Home to France. He died an exile proscribed by the restored bourbons for having voted for the killing Louis Xvi. _ Frank Mosher son Fred Moser this City while skating the canal at Lockport last saturday broke through the ice and would have drowned had it not been for the timely assistance John Uhleman who plunged into the water up to his neck and caught the boy As he was going Down the second time. Or. Joseph Mccullough has handed in his resignation As Deputy u. S. Revenue collector for the eighteenth District Ohio to take effect february 1st, 1888. Hon. George w. Crites canal Dover is to be his successor and we feel satisfied my. Crites will make a Good official. Or. Mccullough gives As a reason that the is inadequate to the labor to be performed and will resume the practice Law in partnership with j. A. Richardis . And mrs. Silas Compton was Given a pleasant Surprise saturday evening last new years event being the 9th anniversary their wedding Day. There were about thirty present in All and a very enjoyable evening was spent. At ten clock an elegant supper was served which All heartily partook. After supper some time was spent in playing games and other amusements when All departed a a Fiig . And Alys. Rompton Many Happy returns the Day. September 12, 18s8 is the Date fixed for the meeting the National Encampment g. A. R., at Columbus Ohio and As the s. Of v. Drum corps Are very desirous Apo Manying the Post to that Ine eting the Post to assist them will hold a Camp fire and festival the occasion their anniversary Jan. 21st and 22d inst. It is hoped that the friends the a boys will unite with them in doing All they can to have them make a proper showing at the National Encampment. Hurrah new Philadelphia has now struck Oil. No Gas As yet. A new six room dwelling with cellar and stable for Sale lot 50x195 a Good Street in new Philadelphia for $800. Call at the times office soon. The Goshen Gas and Oil company Are making arrangements to pump their Well. The find is the Best Quality lubricating Oil and is believed to be in such quantities As will Well. By the last this week trip pump and tanks will be ready and a test the Dap fixity the Well will be made. The people Are anxiously awaiting results. If it should be found to possess Oil in paying quantities there will doubtless be other Wells put Down in the Vicinity i we do not wish to qom. On a false a hut will await results. We believe in booming but from a reliable basis. Sportsmen will have to look out now As squirrels quails and pheasants Are not allowed to be hunted since the first Day january. The penalty for violation this Law is $25 Fine and imprisonment. Thomas a. Edison has at last completed his phonograph and is starting a factory to manufacture it. It is a wonderful instrument and is capable reporting and reproducing speeches in the same tone As spoken. Bro. Scott the reporter kicked the Purchase a new clock for the court House and advises the commis missioners to go slow. If it were possible to move the court House to Dover would the Good brother kick then ? the commencement the new year is the time to subscribe for the times. If you have a Friend out West any where else Send us one Dollar and we will place that Friend our list for a year. Send us the name your Friend and we will Send them a Sample copy. Or. And mrs. Blaine miss Blaine and miss Dodge Gail Hamilton have gone to Marseilles. Or. Blaine thinks seriously going to Algiers whence he May sail for Naples. He has left his heavy Luggage at pari3. It is said that he May his return to Paris put up with . And mrs. Morton. Or. Warren g. Richards Cleveland the popular humorist and Impersonator is giving entertainments with much Success among the societies and churches throughout Ohio. The press speak in the highest terms his performance and we Trust that arrangements can be made for his appearance in our . The new year came tottering in with a Blanket Snow for a Footstool and More in the air. When but a few hours old the scene changed. The wind and the thermometer combined against each other and raised the Ante. It rained it poured and blew. Altogether it was a hard Day for anything new from a new year to a new Necktie. We Are under obligations to James Vick the great seedsman Rochester new York for a copy Vicki a Floral guide which is a Beautiful illustrated work Flowers and at the same time instructive. Every household should have one these guides so that you could order what you want in the seed and Flower line and know that you Are dealing with reliable parties. We would be glad to have the Young people the town Send us personal items when their friends Are visiting them any local items that would be interest. We gladly give space and it aids us in making a newsy paper. We Are starting in a new year and want to make the times interesting to All. Send the items through the mail direct to the times office. Just As we go to press we learn that a serious Accident befell Frank Tabor at the pipe works wednesday Forenoon. He was weighing pipe near the tester when it busted and a piece the Metal struck him the forehead tearing the Scalp from from the frontal Bone and inflicting a severe Cut the neck. He was carried Home in an unconscious state where medical assistance was rendered. It is feared that his Skull is fractured. On wednesday night last week a fellow in Bolivar who imbibed too much a Bug juice a was arrested and taken before the a Squire who sentenced him to the county jail for a few Days. Accordingly he was brought Here the same night and delivered Over to the sheriff. The night being very cold the prisoners ears hands and feet were badly Frozen. Sheriff Bowers discharged him Friday morning and the fellow went Back swearing vengeance the a Squire who sentenced him. Or. T. W. Mcdermott veterinary surgeon met with quite a Peculiar Case in his practice the other Day. It was an abnormal growth the Eye a Mare which consisted a growth skin the Eye adhering closely to the Ball and upon which the hair grew. It was a constant source irritation. The removal this growth by . Mcdermott was quite successful. It was a delicate operation but will heal All right with proper attention. The . Is gaining a big reputation As a veterinary surgeon. Monday evening after j. T. Wilkin sex prosecuting attorney returned from his Holiday visit at Newcomerstown was sent for to appear before the commissioners. Thinking that he had been called to look after some business went in and to his Surprise there sat the members tie bar county Offir cers and friends. To say that he was handsomely caned is sufficient explanation. Or. A. L. Neely made the presentation speech. This caught the sex prosecutor in a vital spot and it was with great difficulty he gained composure sufficient to respond. The Surprise was Complete. Or. Wilkin then set up a Box Fine cigars to the boys. Hall safety Council no. 52, n. U., elected the following officers for the ensuing year president William be Hoki vice pie fiend a Robert Crouch. Speaker George h. Peck. Cor. Secretary William w. Bowers. I. Secretary John t. Diefenbacher. Treasurer Enoch Fribley. Chaplain David p. Wills. Usher John c. 8$un$er% s a Samuel mixer. D re Frederick Gilgen. John a. Himes David Raiff John Hupfeldt. Galen Smith spent last week in Cleveland. Will Marks is in town for a few Days recreation. Millie Niles visited friends in Dover last week. John Wilson visited Massillon friends last week. Miss Mary Domer returned to Scio yesterday. Bennie Schweitzer has gone to Pittsburgh a. Or. John g. Pfau Bolivar was in town monday. Frank Cody spent the holidays at his Home in Cleaveland. Mrs. C. Bodey canal Dover visited mrs. J. P. Niles the past week. Miss Rinehart is visiting her cousins misses Annie and Kate Mcelroy. Miss Ella Johnson Uhrichsville is visiting her Friend Kate Welty. Chas. Hamilton Cambridge spent a few Days in our City last week. Mies Jiraud Hanna spent tuesday with the family . Dixon. Miss Annie Jones is visiting relatives and friends in port Washington. A Squire Tracy Mineral Point was in town monday Legal business. Or. H. C. Yeagley has returned from a pleasure trip to Jefferson county. Ettie and Josie Beiter canal Dover visited grandpa Neumann last week. Kurg Wallace Youngstown was visiting the old Homestead this week. Miss Ella Johnson Uhrichsville visited miss Kate Welty saturday. We noticed . Frank Stewart Canton our streets saturday last. Or. And afro. A Iller Canton were the new year guests Peter Shriver. Or. And mrs. Corl formerly miss Ida Otis Are visiting at her fathers . Otis. James Sargent Minerva was visiting his folks Here during the holidays. Or. Domer Zanesville is visiting at his parents Rev. Domer in this City. Or. Arn port Washington spent new years with the folks at Home this City. Charles Teichman now Cleveland was with the Home people new years. Mrs. E. P. Fribley and Little daughter visited friends in Columbus during the holidays. County recorder Neumann has been ill several Days but is about again Able for duty. Miss Florence Curry returned with her father to their Home in Toledo saturday. Mrs. John Allen has returned from a very pleasant visit with friends in Carrollton. Harry Kurtz spent the Holiday vacation with friends and relatives at Lee Tonia _ n. T. Guthrie Freeport o., was the guest his Cousin Michael Guthrie last week. John a. And Thomas Himes spent a few Days last week visiting friends in Cleveland. Miss Janet Franer a Massillon visited a iss Lou Wilson at the m. K. Parsonage Xmas. Edson and will Kennedy and sister Laura and Madge Zellner left wednesday for Wooster Miss Lucy a Marble and . Hurt Rug Gles Newburgh spent new years with a Inge Lytle . Adam Knodel new Philadelphia visited at j. J. Birkus this place Pointer. Mrs. Jesse Baker and miss Mary Fox canal Dover gave the times office a pleasant Call monday. Mrs. J. Burchfie i canal Dover spent tuesday this week at the residence mrs. M. Guthrie. Miss to Holloway has returned from Canton where she has been spending the holidays with her Parent. Jessie d. Elliott jr., cashier in Baker Bros Bank at canal Dover spent new years Day at Home in this City. The misses Eva and Nellie Black visited relatives and friends in Cleveland the past week returning monday evening. Or. C. L. Hamilton and Walter c. Taylor Cambridge were visitors at the residence mrs. Bell Ashbaugh saturday last. Mrs. Frank be Gafgen Spring-field4 due who has been visiting parents and relatives in this place and near Lockport returned Home wednesday. Or. John Andrews Ragersville has always sought to spend Christmas in a particularly Happy manner and he knows just How to go about it in order to succeed. Last Sabbath it being Christmas All his children sons and daughters in Law and All his grandchildren Rev. Noll and family and . F. F. Eckert township treasurer by previous invitation met at the commodious and comfortable residence . Andrews to partake some Fine Grade oysters an eighteen Pound Turkey and such other delicacies As the season affords. Miss Emma the youngest and Only unmarried daughter . Andrews stands at the head the class in the Way preparing a palatable meal. She is a very Nice Young lady and the Young Man who should win her hand will be a Lucky Chap. Mrs. Edith Andrews . Lewis Zimmerman and mrs. Noll being skilled musicians there was no Lack Good vocal and instrumental music. The Day was highly enjoyed by All who were present. On this occasion . Andrews gave to each his grandchildren a handsome present and to his seven children fifty dollars. He has brought up a family children whom he May Well feel proud As they Are All honorable and Well to do citizens intelligent and highly respected. How pleasant it is to see a family living in such peaceful and affectionate Harmony. Or. Andrews started out in life with nothing but credit but by Industry and Economy he succeeded in acquiring a neat Fortune. He is the owner three farms and a Fine residence in our Village. He is distinguished As a Farmer horseman and cheese manufacturer. Prohibition is no Hobby his but he partakes the fruit the Vine occasionally and strongly condemns the excessive use liquor. How Many More families could make the anniversary Christ a birth an equally pleasant affair if All could drink tempera Tely and yet remain masters their appetite. If All were such men As . Andrews is there would surely be no need prohibition. But alas since it is too True that frequently men will indulge to a harmful excess the traffic should be forever annihilated. Cupid at work. The following marriage licenses were granted for the week ending december 31st, 1887 Jacob Kutscher and Emma a. Shaw John w. Lewis and Emma Fox John w. Fisher and Addie m. Smith Oliver h. Swaim and May a. Gardner Frederick p. Wolf and Catharine m. Heir Ner Charles f. Swesey and Charlotte m. Koethe John t. Lensel and Ida m. Darst Johnh. Collett and Laura m. Gossett win. H. Laughridge and Anna l. Waters Herman it Ockstroh and Mary Kaiser Samuel Warner and Mary e. Heid win. A. Shaw and Sarah c. Smittle Andrew Godfrey and Christena Lomare Michael l. Foster and Alice Lehn Samuel Buehler and Mary Haas John w. Rolling and Nellie a. Christy Isaac a. Miller and Magdalena Miller Jacob c. Jenkins and Caroline a. Kins Charles Albright and Melissa endriss Frank Henry and Mary Hewison win. Burriss and Minnie r. Hutchison Daniel Miller and Mary a. Bender Janies d. Glassen and Nora Dickey Julius Fletcher and Matilda Graab. It has turned out just As was expected american Genius has triumphed Over Railroad collisions. A Western Man has invented what he Calls an anti Railroad Collis Ioner. It consists a Railroad track which is run Over the tops the cars and passes Down at either end near enough to connect with the main track so that meeting a train it that is the other train immediately runs up the inclined track and passer Over the tops the cars and Down at the other end in perfect safety. The sensation the passengers in both trains while All this is going must be rapturously thrilling to say the least. All that is needed now to make the thing Complete is an automatic Derrick that will hoist trains Over Rivers and chasms when the Bridges break from California. We were shown an antiquated Ball invitation recently by s. J. A and permitted to copy it which we give below and no doubt will be interest to the few surviving guests that occasion cotillion party. Your company is respectfully solicited at . Espoo he a hotel tuesday the 3rd Day january a. 1843, at 4 clock p. M. Managers Andrew Patrick Jacob Sterling David Judy s. J. Albert Lawton Danforth James Craig Anson t. Adams i. M. Run Shaw. A close parallel. Bertie and aunt eve were whisking along the Street cars and one the sights that met their eyes was a Little boy holding a drum while a mite a girl used the drum Sticks to Good advantage. Now Bertie has a Little brother and sister who do not get along very Well together and so aunt eve remarked a a your Little brother and sister done to get along As Well As that do they a a i done to know a said Bertie a one holds the cat while the other beats a Echo. Lockport schools. Mrs. John Sargent and Daugh Marne Chicago returned to their Home to Day Alej a delightful visit two Veele a messes John and Ambrose Cartwright Fred Brooks Henry Flentke and a a Chick Kelley East Liverpool spent new years in our City visiting their Many friends. The following named pupils were neither absent nor tardy during the month december Leona Fellers 3/aggie Milar 3/ay Brown Frederick Buckohr George Dunlap Nellie Joss Liseta Joss Lottie Wolf Minnie Wolf Christina Seibold Robert Roenbaugh Frank Gilgen Henry Walton John Seibold Ira Wolf Albert Buckohr Laura Fagley Callie Joss Edward Buck Ofir Frederick Cramer Frank fur Pretl John j088, Joseph Seibold. W. Ebb cd principal. Card thanks. The members the family s. Beck deceased desire to express throw the times their Heartfelt thanks to their friends and neighbors for their Many kindnesses during the illness and death their father and respectfully s. J. Beck. Received too late for last week. San Francisco cal., . 22, 1887. Friend Moore a i promised you a letter from California. We got to this City about two weeks ago and expect to remain Here a few months. This is a great City with a population about 400,000, composed All the different nationalities the world but the greater part Are jews. There Are some ten twelve jewish synagogues and some them Are very Fine. This is a great place for women to Gamble. It is amusing to go Down to the Stock Exchange and see hundreds women old and Young Selling and buying mining Stock Yelling laughing swearing and drinking. This City is to the West like new York City is to the East. It would any one from the East to make this trip through California and especially to visit san Francisco. The Golden Gate Park is grand with roses and All kinds Flowers in Bloom this time the year. Plants from every part the Globe Are in this Park. Out at the Cliff House we have a Good View the Ocean Golden Gate and Seal Rock which is always covered with hundreds sea Lions howling and Barking. They have m this City Over 50,000 chinamen a chinese town is Well Worth seeing. We spent a few weeks in Southern California. Los Angelos is a City some 60,000 inhabitants and growing fast. People come in daily by train loads from All parts the country As though that was the Only place in All California to live and most any Price for land when they could go to Fresno Tulare and other counties and buy just As Good land for one fourth the Price. Pasadena is a Lovely place 10,000, with three Hundred real estate men anxious to find you a Nice tract land lot to buy prices Way up and not one Saloon in the place and will not allow any. Every body goes to Church Sabbath. Cannot build churches Large enough to hold the people. We started to go to Church one Sabbath evening half an hour before time and could not get a seat. Some very wealthy people live Here. Fresno City is a live place 10,000, and with its Large fruit packing houses and wineries is bound to make a Large City. You can see thousands acres in grapes and fruit where they raise two three crops a year. Thousands acres in Orange Trees full Nice yellow oranges now. Sacramento is a City 30,000, with Fine buildings and Yards. Hundreds other towns Here very Nice. This state is settling up fast. We expect soon to visit san Jose Gilroy Monteray Santa Cruz and take Steamer Down to Santa Barbara. After leaving Dover we were the Road Over two months stopping at Chicago and All the principal cities and Points interest along the route. Grand and wonderful scenery from Denver Over the Rio Grande to Salt Lake City and also from there to los Angelos. We must close and go to lunch As we never let anything interfere with eating if we can help it. Wishing you All a merry Christmas and a Happy new year i remain your Friend John Strickmaker. 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 hair 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., 36yl Cleveland The Indian Teri what am 1 to do the symptoms bilious Ness Are unhappily but too Well known. They differ in different individuals to some extent. A bilious Man is Seldom a breakfast eater. Too frequently alas he has an excellent appetite for liquids but none for solids a morning. His Tongue will hardly Bear inspection at any time if it is not White and furred it is rough at All events. A the digestive system is wholly out order and diarrhoea constipation May be a symptom the two May alternate. There Are often haemorrhoids even loss blood. There May let a giddiness and often headache and acidity flatulence and tenderness in the pit the stomach. To Correct All this if not effect a cure try Green s August Flower i costs but a trifle and thousands attest its Efficacy. 9yl the Ohio Centennial. County organization. The coming Ohio Centennial is an event which every a a Buckeye a can participate. Ohio a wonderful growth will be fully shown in this growth every part the state is equally interested. To afford every part an Opportunity a county spirit Friendly Competition will be encouraged. Every county should see that its material educational and Industrial industries Are fully shown. In this county an efficient organization will be effected and every a it Art the county asked to contribute its share towards making our Centennial the event this Century. The Cincinnati Southern Railroad re cords another disaster from collision near Greenwood ky., the 1st inst. Six persons killed and a score others fatally injured by being scalded and bruised. Congressman Townsend postal to break up the to arrangements. Adopt congressman Townsend Iii speaking the Bill Intro Dut at the last Congress to author Rit orial government in the inc Mitory and Divide the lands in said a a a substitute for my Bill su1 the same character was the committee territories Ai session and favourably report House but action was delayed 80 the session that it was not reach fore adjournment and for this Reasy shall introduce my Bill at the ii port Unity. The committee nes subscribed to my views the order to civilize the Indian and com him into a peaceable and Industry citizen it would be necessary ther than to feed and clothe him permit him to roam at will in id Teit Over vast areas territory an a and terror to the country. The severally act passed by the last Congress does not apply to the indians in the Indian territory and my Bill provides that after allotting each Indian Young and old male and female a sufficient tract to make a Good farm the remainder the lands shall be sold to actual purchasers As Public lands Are now under the Homestead Laws and the proceeds held in the Treasury As a Trust the interest to be used in advancing education agriculture and other useful knowledge for the Benefit the indians. The title the allotted lands will be inalienable for Twenty five years so that the indians May learn to appreciate them at their proper value and protect themselves from land Sharks. This policy will open up a Rich agricultural Region larger than the state Illinois and will in my opinion result in the permanent civilization the Indian race. We will be obliged to come to this sooner later since the pressure to open up the Indian territory to settlement gathers strength daily. Congress should organize a territorial government and provide courts. As matters Are now situated the government the Indian territory is by Indian agents and troops and trouble is constantly brewing. My Bill will provide against any land Grants to railroads through the territory allowing these roads Only 1 the right Way so there will be no Railroad rape the Public domain.�?�. Transfers real estate. L As compiled in the office the recorder deeds Geo Rice to Steward amp Flickinger lot 5, Mineral City $1,200. Sheriff Bowers to we r Shields land Oxford township $1,510. Hiram Williams to e c Ramey lot 14, North Somerdale $100. George w Mckee to Jas t Wrig lots 2 and 3, Dennison $120. W s Dent to Newcomerstown school Board \ acre and lot i Oxford township $499. Joseph Oilar to David Barnhisel 40 acres Fairfield township $3,600. F c b Harvey to Springer amp Gilgen 4 acres Goshen township $1,000. John Sharp to c b Harvey 4 acres Goshen township $200. R j w Dodd to c b Harvey 4 acres Goshen township $200. Geo w Bowers to Isaac Evans 168 acres Salem township $5,001. Henry Reidenbaugh to Susannah Dorsey 4 acres Washington township $200. A Ley it Al to Charles Schupp lot 23, port Washington $325. Jacob Krebs to Jacob Krebs 8 acres Auburn township $700. Ltd ? Caty Ann Uhrich to Edward p Uhrich 1 acre Mill township $1. We l Wright to Mary l Wright strip land Uhrichsville $25. F a Nydegger to Christian Graber 13 acres Wayne township $800. Geo Smiley to John Smiley 9 8-100 acres Wayne township $800. A pm m Moody to t b Clinton lot Dennison $l0 r a a a a James Aiken to John Snider $1,000. T b Clinton to Elvin amp Van Ostran Fil lot 6, Dennison $600. John Snider to Elvia amp Van Rostran lot 21, Dennison $450. Ida White to Earnest r Robb 1 51-100 acres Goshen township $200. Simon e Johnson to Adam Bernhart 103 1-100 acres Wayne township $600.75. John to Eliza Landes 23-100 acres new Philadelphia $25. Joseph b. Van Lehn to Albertl get Muth 45 acres Warwick township $5,000. Tji Onias Walker to l ii Hughes lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, Dennison $135. Edwin w Whitcomb to Ian Tom m Cre sap lot 310, Uhrichsville $125. We w Porter to Sarah Gilmore lot 58, Uhrichsville $50. Levi Albaugh to Sarah Gilmore lot 59, 00 and 61, Uhrichsville $120. Jos Stocker to r s Logne 1j acre Clay township $325. Adam Ulrich to Jacob Scherer 5 50-100 acres Salem township $80. A s n Wardell it Al to John Insley lot 2, Mill township $220.jonathan t Romig to re Nantes so Kamel lots 1, 2 and 3, Trenton $-50. Jacob Schindler to re Nantes s ramen 21 24-100 acres Warwick township. $2,000. John Minnich a executor to we a Taylor lot 18, Trenton $130. Uriah Gordon to Ellen Smith 4 7-100 acres Sandy township $488.40. John w Mcmillan to John r Shurtz lot 37, Mill township $300. Ujj John w. Young Brigham y oldest son is said to be a successful iness Man and a shrewd builder roads in Utah territory and has five wives

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