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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - January 19, 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 times volume Philadelphia o., thursday january 19, 1888. The a a times advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y . One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. $ 1 00 $ 2 00 $ 3 00 $ 5 00 2 00 5 00 7 .50 15 00 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 half column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices five cents per line. Number 4. Official directory. Geo. W. Crites f j. C. Glance a j. Peace District. Congress. State senator. Common pleas judges. County. . Yea Tiley. . W. Bowers ail Tor. John w. Kinsey treasure. Joh to m Eyers. J c. Neumann recorder. G Jufer a w. E. Lash r. Benner Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Commissioners. 0.11. Hoover Ozias Delong a j. M. Porter City. Daniel Korns. James h. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip get Zinan. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. C. C. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. B. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. Glatfelter. Mayor clerk marshal Street commissioner Council game Warden. Hew Philadelphia times. Justices. Names. Townships. A. Youngen. Saint a Bixler. Henry Deible. Philip Doerfer. Daniel Krebs. S Milliken. I w Newburg. Jos 11 Hostetler Nicoli Montag. S y Renneker. Charles 11 Ehlers Philip a Garver c 0 Fernsel. Daniel Richards Hugh t Minnis. J ii Booth. 1 11 read. John s Spring. John w Rolli. David Breymeir Samuel c Kline. John Milone. F j Greene. J no w Lytle . C w Kinsley. J r Mulvane. And Timmerman. Perry. T j Murphy. Perry. Jas Rush. T b Rankin Rush. L a Cornett Salem. W j Haskinson Salem. Is Mckinney. Sandy. Wesley m c Creek. T Richardson. Sugar Creek. M s Wagner Union. J l Baldwin Union. T k Robinson. Warren. J h Gardner Warren. K g Galbraith. Warwick. Hiram Echman. Warwick. A Toby to a outliers Washington Isaac couts Washington James w Stoutt Wayne. John Wetter Wayne. William Kinsey York. 1 h Kuhn York. 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. Post ofic. Ragersville. Ragersville. Baltic. Baltic. Lock no. 17. Gnadenhutten. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. New Philada a. Zoar station. Strasburg. Strasburg. New Philada a. New Philada a. New Philada a. New Philada a. Port Washington Stone Creek. Zoar Bolivar. Uhrichsville. . Dennison. Newcomerstown Newcomerstown 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. Professional directory. 1\. N. D. Richards m. I. Physician and surgeon new Philadelphia Ohio. Vilice in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 40yl y c. Parks m. Do a physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Office Over Routzen Heizer a drug store. Residence two doors South c a p depot. 40yl Jas. A. D. Richards. Jos. T. Mccullough. Richards amp Mccullough attorneys at Law. 4�iy 1 new Philadelphia Ohio. J 0ct0u Eda Wili Zelmi Mclean gynaecologist. Practice limited to diseases women and children. Office Public Square new Philadelphia 0. 7 t. J. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 46, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 4�yl i a Rancis Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office ver citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. John s. Grai Iam 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 j. 11 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 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. 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 no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller so son. 6y2 Mitchells dental rooms. Crant Mitchell d. D. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. F it Block a a few Philadelphia Over Raiff s hardware store Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. Gas and Ether administered. Diseases the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1 the Gilsey House Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday january 19, 18ss. Little happenings. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. New Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey proprietor. The House has been newly furnished through out. Pleasant rooms. Table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the ears. Good livery in connection with the House. Cyl population new Philadelphia 4,500 a Krythe new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. So address All matter intended for publication to the times. Remodeler. Refitted Aid refurnished throw out new i Johnson i House. Of h. 13. West manager 133 Superior Street Cleveland,.Ohio. Tk.rms�?si.50 to $2.00, according to room. Clerks Thos. Ii. Case. L. Holder 52yl can it be senator Sherman a efforts to get Dakota into the Union states that caused the recent blizzard ? the Cleveland amp Canton Railroad has sold its noted summer resort situated near Canton and known As Congress Lake to one Charles Slicker for $7,500. A correspondent the Cincinnati enquirer thus sums up the presidential problem As it now appears at capital Sherman 29 Blaine 21 for Akerso the Fence awaiting further developments 33. Pate1tts, caveats and Trade Marks obtained and All Patent business conducted for moderate fees our office is opposite u. 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 Washington. Send Model photo with de scrip Tiou. We advise if patentable not free charge. Our fee not due till Patent is secured a Book. A a How to obtain patents a with reference to actual clients in your state county town sent free. Address c. A. Snow a co., Ltd opposite Patent office Washington editor Mcllvain refers to senator Lamar As an unrepentant rebel. We would ask the brother when they Are repentant ? is it when these rebel brigadier vote the Republican ticket and receive fat appointments at the hands the Republican party a first Pluck the Mote out thine own Eye and then thou canst see to Pluck it out thy the Senate confirmed the nomination Lamar As a member the supreme Bench tuesday afternoon. The vote stood 32 to 28. Senators Riddle Herge Stanford and Stewart republicans voted with the democrats for confirmation. All the other republicans voted against the confirmation. The nomination Vilas and Dickinson were confirmed without debate. T. W. Mcdermott. V. J a honorary graduate the Ontario veterinary ,.canada, treats All diseases Domestic animals surgery a specially. Horse dentistry neatly done. Calous Teeth re moved. It pays to keep a horses Teeth in Good condition. Spavins and ringtones Best treated by the actual cautery. Calls by Telegraph otherwise promptly an swered. Office Over Loutzenheise re a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio 4yl the military activity in Russia still causes alarm along the Frontier. The Field Battle if any will he aus Rian territory. Russia is said to have massed 100,000 cavalry the Frontier ready to invade Austria. The War party in Russia is in the Ascendancy with the Czar in their favor. Hostilities Are Likely to break out at any time and in that event Germany will he involved the Side Austria. The number deaths resulting from the great blizzard in the Northwest run up to 150, and Many others reported missing and will probably prove to he victims the terrible storm. Many seemed to he smothered to death dying grasping at the Throat. The Fine particles ice and Snow together with the wind took their breath away. This was the greatest blizzard Ever known in that country. The Tail end it reached Texas. _ the Standard Oil company a latest scheme is to buy up the Well drillers and tool dressers for one year agreeing to pay them one Dollar per Day each and a share m the profits one million barrels Oil that will accrue Over and above g2cts. Per barrel and the privilege is granted to engage in any other occupation. The object is to limit the production to the present Wells and thus enable the company to control the Price. What a grand monopoly. Our representative . Lantz has introduced a Hill in the House which provides that no liquor shall be sold within two Miles the corporate limits any town whose Council has adopted the prohibitory clause the Dow Law. One Strong Point about . Lantzos Hill is that there is no doubt about its constitutionality while some people seem to think there is some doubt this Point with township county local Republican. Easter sunday comes the first Day april this year. Little happenings. Do not fail to see l. I. Blondell As Madame Vander ants monday night Jan.23d. Uncle Ned a lecture a a does perfection perfect a tuesday night was a financial Success. The new firm Urfer a Kinsey is doing a splendid business. A e congratulate the Hoys. Pauline Friday evening. Done to fail to hear it. You will he surprised to find what Home Talent can do. Come to music Hall monday night Jan. 23d, and see Bill Lewis the burglar Standard theater company. Mrs. Cora Pryor will sing the Beautiful song a Peep from the window a monday night january 23d, at music Hall. The Man who pays for his Home paper in Advance will he invited to come in and pick out his Harp when lie knocks at the Golden Gate. There has been no favourable change m the physical condition . Alf. Burri since his return from Wichita Kansas. It is rumoured that a consolidation two our leading dry Good stores will take place in the near future under the firm name John Burry amp co. The s. Of v. Drum corps will he out Friday and saturday evenings this week the occasion the g. A. R. Camp fire and festival for their Benefit. Go and see them. Why is it that Phil. Sherridan West High Street looks so Happy we have it now All account that ten Pound Hoy which arrived at ins House tuesday morning. The Oil fever in this locality is lying dormant owing to the enforced tardiness receiving the tubing Etc. It is now reported that there is at least 100 feet Oil in the Well. Rev. Johnson a Camp elite preacher at Greenville this state is in jail under charge adultery. He eloped with a miss Shively daughter a wealthy Man at Palestine. His wife exposed him. Marriage licenses for the week ending saturday january 14th, Are As follows Elmer e. Mickle and Mattie Glover John s. Carwell and Emma a. Gray Jacob f. Schumaker and Annanda Burkheimer. H. P. Danks the composer a Pauline a which will he produced at music Hall Friday night january 20th, is also author a Silver threads among the Gold a the most popular piece music published. The Ohio state veterinary association met at Akron the 10th instant which . Mcdermott this City is a member. He reports a Good time As there were veterinary surgeons there from All parts . Arbuckle the Coffee King will have to drive another Corner Coffee to make up the $45,000 he lost in his breach Promise suit with miss Campbell. Arbuckle is a millionaire and will not miss the $45,000. We advertise this week three pieces real estate situated in Bucks township Tuscarawas county and Adams township Coshocton county to he sold an order partition february 25, 1888, known As the Mizer estate. See advertisement fourth Page. During this Slippery weather the Way to walk is to lean Forward keep the feet Well together take Short Steps and set each foot Down solid toe and Heel touching at the same instant. It is an awkward gait hut is considerable More Graceful than falling. No charge. Senator Payne Ohio and senator Eliseo cd new York have secured the appointment a Rich merchant Cleveland a Republican As Consul to Buda Perth which is causing no Little howling among democrats. Did you Ever hear a Democrat receiving an appointment at the hands republicans there can be nothing said against . Black who received the appointment As a Man hut it is contrary to All policy in politics both Republican and democratic. President Cleveland surely was off his guard lie would not have been taken in by these aristocrats. The Cleveland Plain dealer the Tariff question says the Plain dealer is not in favor free Trade. Neither is president Cleveland. Neither is the democratic party. The Plain dealer is in favor revising the Tariff and cutting Down the revenues by adding to the free list whatever it is possible to without injury to important industries. It is in favor such reduction in the Tariff As will prevent monopoly and the formation a a so is president Cleveland. So is the democratic party. And we Are All agreed and stand together and if there is anybody scared it is the Man who insults the intelligence the american people by saying that if taxes must come off the whisky and tobacco taxes must come off first. A a frightened at something a you say. Better look in your own Camp for the sources affright that your party is beginning to fee already. On this Side the Fence we Are in substantial agreement and quite comfortable. The Tariff is going to he revised and the democratic party is going to revise it because the people want it revised and they want it revised in the right Way. The free whisky men had better stand out the was. Little happenings. Personal mention. Frank Tabor Gustav Osca and Andy Grant injured in the pipe works and John Dolan injured by the steam Derrick whom mention was made in former issues this paper Are All recovering rapidly anti will be at work again before Long. The following Are the officers for the citizens National Bank new Philadelphia elected at the annual election for the current year president s. Of Donnell vice president 11. P. Scott cashier Charles c. Welty assistant cashier e. A. Deardorff Teller James f. Kal Denbaugh. The school Hoys had a gala Day court House Square tuesday morning noon and night. The pavement surrounding the building was one Glare ice and the boys used it As a skating Park to their immense Delight but it was rather annoying to people seeking the seat Justice and their mail matter. We have just received the first Issue the atom a neat Little four column monthly paper just Hung to the Breezy air journalism by Garver Bros Strasburg this county. It is a very neat Little Sheet full personal and local news and contains several a a ads a gotten up in handsome style. We Are sure they will make a Success the atom and we Welcome it into the journalistic world and wish the proprietors abundant Prosperity. Done to fail to see a a Pauline at music Hall Friday january 20th, at popular prices. A a Pauline is great their music is Fine their chorus is Good music Hall will he warm their Date Friday evening the 20th their prices 10, 20 and 30 cents. Mrs. Diana Stine Mother our fellow townsman Nathan Stine died at her residence near Zoar last Friday aged 81 years. She was buried sunday. _ Winfield correspondent Dover reporter Henry Bowers new Philadel Adelphia was around Here last week looking up Law interest. Henry no doubt will make a Bright lawyer. We regret to learn that our old Friend . Thomas Moore East High St., fell the icy pavement monday receiving very severe bruises about the body and is suffering a Good Deal from the effects the fall which will probably confine him for some time. It is All very Well for new York to devise some More humane method than hanging for the execution convicted murderers. What seems to be needed however is some More efficacious method first convicting the murderers. Last Friday night dogs it is supposed made a raid the sheep fold John English living about one mile from this City the South Side the River. They killed g2 outright Maine a number More and nine Are missing. The animals were pelted and the skins brought to Market. Tuscarawas county foots the Hill. Our Friend Cyrus Roth Clay township gave us a pleasant Call last week. He is Selling a Patent for a costless Board Fence rail Fence using old rails. It is a very economical Fence. The old rails May be used to take the place hoards. It is something Farmers should examine and Purchase. Or. Roth is no imposter and you can rely honest business with him. He is having Success in Selling. The tombs prisoners new York will not he allowed to have food sent to them from the outside. The reasons May he interest to keepers similar establishments elsewhere. In one instance a bottle whisky was found imbedded in a healthy Sandwich and another As the stuffing a roast Chicken. In another instance a Small saw was smuggled into a prisoner who was under sentence death. We learn from the Mineral Pointer last week that work the Tunnel the c. Amp p. Ray near that place is progressing As rapidly As circumstances will admit. The caved in portion has been timbered and the work removing the alien Earth and Rock is in Progress. No unforeseen obstacles presenting themselves trains will be Able to get through next week. The entire internal Structure however is to he torn out and rebuilt. The repairs Are to he the most thorough and substantial character. T a a have you seen the alleged Star Bethlehem a a Dover Democrat. Yes Bro. Gould we have seen it and there Are probably Many others who have Arisen Early in the morning to gaze it and other planetary displays such As Jupiter Mars Saturn and Reg ulus hut that Bright Radiant and por Dentious Star which pointed the Way to where a a the babe in the Manger Lay a has never been seen by mortal eyes since. The Star you refer to is called a a the Central Ohio fair association at Newcomerstown held their fifteenth annual meeting last saturday aft Snoop and elected the following officers for the ensuing year president w. Dent Secretary r. Ii. Shoemaker treasurer g. W. Mulvane directors Frank Miskimin Albert Wolf g. Mcmurphy Samuel Wagoner w. A. Mizer and a. J. Browning. It was decided to hold the fifteenth annual fair the association october 2, 3, 4, and 5, 1888. Rev. W. A. Davidson late pastor Grace m. E. Church has removed his afflicted wife from Clifton Springs n.y., to a Hospital in Cleveland Ohio an entire paralysis one Side her person has come upon mrs. Davidson and we regret to learn that there is hut Little Hope her Ever regaining her health. A Coshocton Democrat. Rev. Davidson was formerly pastor the m. E. Church this City and his Many friends Here Wiki he pained to learn the affliction his estimable wife. _ the Tunnel the c. Amp p. Was reopened Jan. 18th. All Branch trains will run through the Tunnel As usual and will run As nearly As can he corresponding with the time table no 12 and dated aug. 7th, 1887. Going East mail and express will leave new Philadelphia at 6 35 a m and 1 15 p m. Freight which also carries passengers for All Branch Points will leave at 125 pm. Going West mail and express will arrive at new Philadelphia at 12 22 and 0 05 p m. Freight which also from All Branch 10 30 a m. Coughlin the Ravenna murderer is to have a new trial March 5th. Done to forget the entertainment at the presbyterian Church this evening. A negro was arrested and sent to jail last Friday for burglar izing . Finney a drug store in Dennison. A theater at Steubenville o., burned tuesday evening and with it a hotel and several other buildings were consumed. Miss Anna Hindman an actress was suffocated and burned to death in the hotel. The county commissioners met monday to open bids for the court House clock. There were but two bids. These the commissioners deemed not definite enough and postponed the bidding another month. Carries passengers Points will arrive at the two Johns comedy co., played to not quite an average audience last night owing no doubt to the High Price admission which was too drastic for the gallery Urchin the Parquette freq enters and the dress Circle class these Dull times. The play was Well rendered and elicited much applause. Or. Miller v. S., Seville o., was in town saturday last. He had been called to hold consultation with . Mcdermott a Peculiar Case tumor enormous size affecting a horse belonging to John Ginther. Or. Miller has had Twenty five years experience in his profession which gives him a wide reputation. New firm new dress goods at Urfer amp Kinsey successors to Williams amp Horning. All Wool Henrietta in All shades at Urfer amp Kinsey. Medium dress goods at a great reduction at Urfer amp Kinsey. New kid gloves and ribbons in All shades at Urfer amp Kinsey. Velvet ribbons All widths 5 cents per Yard at Urfer amp Kinsey. All goods at reduced prices at Urfer amp Kinsey. Work in the right direction. Regulating railroads. Columbus Jan. 15. Since the enactment the inter state Commerce Law some the Ohio statesmen Are determined to give the Railroad officials something to do. A few Days ago Hills were introduced reducing passenger fare to two cents a mile and limiting freight rates to three cents per ton per mile hut the end is not yet for a statesman is preparing a Hill to compel the proper lighting and heating trains. It will provide that passenger trains must be heated by steam and lighted by electricity in which the storage system is to be used. The chaplain the Minnesota legislature at the opening the present session thus prayed a a and now dear lord bless the reporters whose nimble pens catch our every word almost before it is uttered. Like thyself they Are omnipresent and almost omnipotent. If we take the wings the morning and Fly to the utmost parts the Earth they Are there they meet us in the Jungles Africa they waylay us in the solitary canyons Colorado and when at length we find the latitude the magnetic pole behold they Are there. May their Light and goodness he equal to their Power and in the general Assembly heaven let no reporter he Blondell amp Bowers Standard theatre co no. 1, will appear at music Hall for the fourth time 111 two new plays monday and tuesday january 23 and 24. Price 10, 20, 30. Monday night grand Tripple Bill to commence with Bill Lewis the burglar Edith a burglar miss Cora Pryor As Edith and will sing the Beautiful song Peep from the window. Wanted a 1,000 milliners . L. D. Blondell As Madame Vander ants to conclude with the funniest sketch 3 clock in the morning. Tuesday night by permission Lotta x mile crossing introducing new songs and dances. Or. L. D. Blondell will sing for the 3d time any stage a a Massa under the Green Sod a seats Sale at Harris Bros. Last thursday night and Friday morning the weather was very inclement. Early in the evening it began to rain copiously with the wind blowing a Gale. Before morning it began to Snow and sleet making the streets and sidewalks so Slippery that made it difficult for pedestrians to keep their feet. We noticed one lady who no doubt had urgent business in View carefully feeling her Way along the pavement East front Street when Quick As a clap Thunder her Reiff went out from under her and she sat Down. Just As we were about to go to her assistance she quickly arose and with a grasp her dress Shook off the icy particles and moved in to her destination and we thought if there is one thing More than another in which women surpass men it is the capacity Faffing rather sitting Down without injury. The balance Trade delusion. T. K. Williams left monday for Baxter Springs Kansas. Love and crime. List jurors Carrie Sweet cuts her own Throat because her relatives shot her Lover. Or. Emerson Lebanon mo., is visiting relatives in this City. Miss Ida Lotze Heizer is visiting relatives in Canton this week. George Cross Canton Ohio was in town saturday business. It has been Slippery Slippery and a a Kellop Peryy the past week. Or. A. M. Beers Newcomerstown was at the county seat tuesday. Miss Carrie Mcllvain is visiting her sister mrs. W. Shotwell in Cadiz O. Ii. Hoover was at Columbus last week attender a meeting surveyors. J. T. Of Donnell this City was in Carrollton last week Legal business. B. I. Downey attended agricultural convention at Columbus last week. Mrs. Henry Dahmer has been quite ill for some time past hut is convalescing. Miss Beckie Van returned to Pennsylvania with her Mother a few Days ago. _ a. R. Holmes special Post office inspector Sun Dayed with his family this City. Miss Lena Beissman canal Dover visited miss Emma Snyder a few Days last week. David Johnson is visiting his daughter mrs. Harry r. Bowden in Cleveland this week. Virgil Degreif is Home from Uhrichsville where he has been visiting his sister mrs. Kate Uhrich. Miss Edie Mcgowan new Hagerstown is visiting the family i r. Mack Gernian East High Street. Sheriff Bowers started to county tuesday morning connected with his office. Putnam business William Spence and family this City moved to Leesville Carroll county. We Are sorry to lose them. The misses Carrie Geiser and Lizzie Cox canal Dover were the guests a a cad a Houpt Friday last. Or. Andrew Wilkin newcomers town is visiting his son sex prosecutor Wilkin North Broadway Street. W. R. Shields this place who went to England some weeks ago sailed from Liverpool for Home last Friday. Or. Frank Kemp Newark o., is visiting at the residence his Uncle Solomon grim East front Street. Charles Walton a former citizen new Philadelphia was in town this week shaking hands with his Many acquaintances. Charles Judy Pittsburgh was at Home this week combining business with pleasure. He travels for a commercial House. We learn that Charlie Rennie who was so badly injured in the Railroad collision at Cambridge o., is stiff in a very critical condition miss Lena Bissmann Lizzie Cox and Carrie Geiser canal Dover visited misses Emma Snyder and Carrie Houpt a few Days last week. Frank Harvey the efficient clerk the Exchange hotel this City went to Columbus last week to attend an exhibition dogs Etc., hut when he arrived there the building in which the exposition was to take place with nearly All its occupants was destroyed by fire a few hours previous to his arrival. Sqq stuary. The great blizzard in Dakota and Minnesota caused immense suffering. Some forty fifty persons caught out in the blinding storm were lost and perished in the cold. Many school children and teachers their Way Home from school got lost and wandered about until Frozen to death. Farmers were lost Between their House and barn and people the Public Highway were overtaken in the storm and Frozen. Many changes will take place among our merchants the first april. Or. John Burry jr., has sold his Stock to his father and a . Overli Oldt new York who have formed a partnership. The new firm j. Burry amp co. Will occupy the rooms now occupied by . Burry sr., in City Block. Messes. Sen Hauser Ltd a son have rented the rooms occupied by John Burry and will move their Stock clothing to the new location. W. A Sutton Ltd co. Have rented the room formerly occupied by d. C. Gents Cli and will occupy the same april 1st. It is said . John Kaderly will occupy both rooms in his Block and will open up a Mammoth Stock goods. These parties Are All Good business men and will make our Little qty Busy with business. This a balance Trade delusion has been effectually illustrated in this Way a Man starts with $50,000 in goods for Europe. He Sells them so advantageously after he gets there and he buys other goods from the proceeds so shrewdly that he brings Home goods to the value $100,000. He enters these at the custom House. Result balance Trade against the country $50000. But if he has to sell his goods at a loss $25,000, and brings Hack that sum the balance Trado in the country a favor is $25,000. Or More striking still if the ship goes Down that contains these goods and they Are All lost then the balance Trade in favor the country is $50,000. That is the More individuals who compose the country lose in trading with foreigners the Richer the country becomes. Could there be a fallacy More transparent a More absurd claim advanced As grow ing out Herald. Or. Era Shanesville Vyas among our callers wednesday. He has lately patented a Wagon lock to he used Racks for hauling Hay Grain. It is a very simple device and yet it does its work perfectly. The lever is attached to the upright in front and the Man tie loan can operate the brakes and drive the team without any inconvenience. This invention is bound to win and is needed by every Farmer. It can be attached to any Wagon with but fat fee eos. We wish him Seq press. The following Story conies from Hancock Massachusetts a Carrie Brockway aged eighteen has been receiving attention from Washington Sweet. Farmer Brockway her father and two Brothers objected and warned Sweet to desist. The warning was disregarded. Brockway and his two sons armed themselves and went to sweets House. Sweet Learned their coming and barricaded the House. When admittance was demanded Sweet shot from the window seriously wounding one the sons in the hip. Shooting continued both sides for some time. Finally the shots from within ceased. Just then Carrie having heard the action her father and Brothers reached the scene. She cried to her Lover not to shoot As the Brockway approached the House. When the door was forced open Sweet was found apparently dead with a Bullet wound in his neck. The girl frantically upbraided her relatives and seizing a carving nil e from a table Cut her Throat and fell dead across sweets body. Sweet revived hut will probably die. The inhabitants the Village mostly French canadians Are greatly excited and As they Are taking sides for and against the Brockway the ill feeling May result in More violence. A Good newspaper. The following description what constitutes a Good newspaper we clip from an Exchange and commend it to the consideration our readers a there is a great diversity among the individuals a Community As to what constitutes a Good newspaper and if an editor were to follow the great variety advice so frequently and Gratis Sously offered a singular production would be the result. Politicians Are the firm conviction that a paper done to amount to anything unless its column Are teeming with party discussion and a considerable space devoted to the personal merits the leaders themselves the real estate dealer can see no Virtues in a journal unless the Boom is kept constantly before the Public with frequent references to the Boomers another class Are dissatisfied unless the sensational features Are up to the highest notch from Day to Day while there Are a Large Sprinkle men in society who have special axes to grind condemning a paper in unqualified terms unless their individual schemes Are made the theme daily paragraphs. It will he seen then How fruitless it would be to attempt to please special grounds and How necessary it is for All Well conducted journals to Mark out their course Only keeping in View a desire to please the greatest number and labor for the Good All. A full and diversified Telegraph Page giving the latest news the world a limited amount Well considered editorial matter discussing the freshest subjects before the Public Complete daily resumes the local transactions and a fair amount interesting miscellany constitutes the merits a live first class newspaper. Saloon i its will be sad. The Bill increasing the Dow Law tax Likely to pass both branches. Grandmother Welch probably the oldest person in Tuscarawas county died at her residence North Broadway this pity last thursday morning at the advanced age nearly ninety eight years. She was born in new Jersey and came to Ohio in 1809. Living in this county some four five years when it was but a wilderness and inhabited yet by some the Indian tribes she returned to her native state account family interests. After an absence thirty five years she returned to this county and has been a resident Ever since. Her husband preceded her years ago through a a the dark Riffley and Shadow a sister and brother mrs. Or. Powleson and . Sharp neighbor and three daughters mrs. David Judy mrs. Thomas Dixon and mra. Levi Sargent residents this place and numerous grandchildren survive her. It is said that some time past grandmother Welch received her a a second sight a and could read without the Aid glasses and was mentally Bright up to the time her death. Her remains were interred in the new Philadelphia be Petery saturday p. M. Ninety eight years what trials and troubles Joys and sorrows must have pervaded the life grandmother Welch. A gift for All. Chosen for february term court commencing february 7, 1888. Petit jury. Township. 1 Michael Lynch. Mill. 2 Alexander Shank. Auburn. 3 Joseph Scott. Mill. 4 Jeremiah Weidner Goshen. 5 John w. Hill. Mill. 6 t. . Mill. 7 Thomas Robinson. Warren. 8 Edward rank. Clay. 9 Frank Peter. Clay. 10 Henry Chapman. Salem. 11 William Mccreary. Warwick 12 Remus r. Gartrell. Goshen. 13 John Scott. Mil. 14 William h. Foster. Mill. 15 James Hevlin. Mill. Grand jury. Township. 1 Charles r. Krantz Dover. 2 Henry Foster. Mill. 3 w. A. Mcconnell Clay. 4 Alexander Price. Salem. 5 James r. Yeagley. Mill. 6 Daniel Zimmerman Dover. 7 David Mac Haman. Goshen. 8 John Spring. Jefferson. 9 Gotlieb Yanney Wayne. 10 Peter Goettge. Salem. 11 John h. Framer Goshen. 12 John m. Ruttledge Goshen. 13 Michael Steiber. Dover. 14 j l Carnahan. Mill. 15 a a Hue Maii. Bucks. 16 Andrew Hawk. Jefferson. 17 Shelden Dickinson Oxford. 18 Jonas Burger. Bucks. 19 Theodore fanning Washington 20 b f . Transfers real estate. Columbus o., january 17. The proposed increase the Dow Law from $200 to $300 has come and the opinion prevails that it will pass. Or. Glover to Day introduced the Hill in the Senate and in addition to increasing the tax $100 it provides that All saloons whether they sell wait vinous liquors alone add spirituous to the list shall pay the $300 tax. The extra $100 is to he placed in Treasury to the credit the general Revenue fund. It is said that this will close a few More saloons and will give an annual Revenue half a million. Heretofore the democrats have opposed the taxation the liquor traffic because they favored a High License huf it u now thought that Many democrats will vote for the proposed increase. _ what am i 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 hut none for solids a morning. Llis Tongue will hardly Bear inspection at any time if if is not White and furred it is rough at All events. The digestive system is wholly out order and diarrhoea constipation May be a symptom the two May alternate there Are often haemorrhoids even loss Wood there May lie 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 August Flower i costs but a Trifie and thousands attest its Efficacy. 9vl i As compiled in the office the recorder deeds John Burkart to Samuel Wampfler lots 121 and 122, Mooreville $400. Anna m foe i to Henry j Wilson lots 13 and 14, York township $200. Rosannah Leggett to Mary j Leggett lot 18, new Cumberland $100. Mary a Andreas to win l Lewis lot 9, Dover $220. Geo w Mckee it Al to Mary e Hite lots 16 and 17, Dennison $120. Jery Fowler to m ii Browning 1 acre Mill township $100. Jacob Keplinger to Jas w Keplinger 22- acres Dover township $1,350. Lewis ii Rice it Al to John t Rice 149 41-100 acres Sandy township $8,000. Thos j Edwards to Jacob w Edwards 9 acres Rush township $469.86. Henry Scheuss executor to John Zimmerman i63 acres Auburn township $600. T ii Loller to Herbert t Langill lot 4, Dennison $100. Janiem Metzger to Clifford t Grimes lot 31, Lockport $1. Susan Neidlinger to Samuel Isely lots 51 and 52, Mooreville $360. Isaac Huffman to the trustees Franklin township 57f acres Franklin township $192.50. Jacob d Shutt to the trustees Franklin township 3 acres Franklin township $187.50. Mary Swinehart to John Rinehart 40 acres sugar Creek township $1,200. J t Campbell to e j Ford lot 2, Newcomerstown $1,800. John Deal to John Schweitzer 100 acres Wayne township $$,000. Benton a hair restorer. Real estate Agency a a Samuel Moore new Philadelphia Ohio. Property All kinds for Sale Exchange All properties left in our hands will he advertised free charge. Commission charged Only when Sale Exchange is made and at reasonable rates. Inquiries by mail promptly answered. Call 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 the House affording a Fine View the Street also a portico in front Good chimneys built from the ground up grates in four rooms and stove hues for three rooms Good cellar closets and Large Cistern Wood and Coal House and other out buildings. Splendid variety fruit Trees just beginning to hear such As pears plums peaches and apples 5,500 hearing strawberries excellent Quality 500 hearing raspberries. Also plenty currents Goose ferries and grapes. Two lots one 66x264, and the other 54x264�?both fronting the Street. This property is situated a Good Street in new Philadelphia Ohio. The proceeds the berries alone will pay a Good per cent the investment. Price very reasonable and easy payments. Call at the 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 four rooms same lot and both houses in Good repair. Good fruit Good Well and Cistern premises and also Good outbuildings. Situated in new Philadelphia West High Street and is a Corner lot. Will sell very cheap will Trade for a Small tract land. A bargain in it. Call at the times office. I have for Sale a Fine Rich level productive farm 2,250 acres. First and second Bottom land about one half cleared and in cultivation balance Good Timber three Miles from the City Vincennes Indiana Railroad station one Corner and three four tenant houses the farm. Gravel Road to the City. Will raise 25 to 35 bushels wheat and 50 to 80 bushels Corn to the acre. Good for All grasses Small Grain. Price $25 per acre. Also several Small farms in same Vicinity at very reasonable prices. For further information Call at the times office. Of Dakota land for Sale Trade the following is a list lands for Sale Trade which Are All Good with improvements just As stated. No misrepresentations and Are in a Good Community. And some them close to rail roads no. 1. 146 acre farm 1 Miles North the Miller depot and two thirds a mile from the corporation limits 50 acres under cultivation about 20 acres splendid wild Hay land Anil remainder is Good plow land. A Creek runs throw the Southeast Corner the farm just cutting off enough for a Nice Garden House and barn. House has 6 rooms 4 stable room for mortgaged for $1,000, 1 years to run. Good Dairy farm. Price $4,00o. Terms 1,000 Down and remainder in 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 years. In order to give All a Chance to test it and thus he convinced its wonderful curative Powers i it a. Kings new discovery for consumption cough golds will a for a limited time Given away. This offer is not Only Liberal hut shows Una founded Faith in the merits this great remedy. All who suffer from coughs colds consumption asthma bronchitis any affection Thrift Chest lungs Are especially requested to Call at Miller songs drug store and get a bottle free. Large bottles $1, unclaimed letters. All who Are Bald All who Are becoming Bald All who do not want to he Bald All who arc troubled with Dandruff j Down stairs and 2 up. Itching the Scalp should use Benton a 6 horses Cash outside 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. A have fully substantiated the following facts we grow hair in 80 eases 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 Beal estate for sae a Large variety farms in Ohio and other states including several the Best farms in Tuscarawas county. Also a number desirable residences and business houses in new Philadelphia and other towns. Several the above claims would be traded for town property and several the above dwelling would he 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. Of orig attorney at Law. Office in my Cleau Block Southwest Corner Public Square new Philadelphia Ohio. 3tf Mathews Elliott amp co. No. 2. 160 acre farm 1 Miles Southeast Miller 45 acres under cultivation Small House and barn. Creek running throw the farm. Plenty wild grass land and is a splendid farm for both Stock and Grain. Free from enem Naranee. Price $2,500 Cash. No. 3. 160 acre farm 17 Miles South Miller �?100 acres under Good cultivation. A Good Grain farm. House 14x22, with a basement 14x20. Granery 10x12 Sod barn 30x40. Splendid Well water and Good Spring. Eneu Berance $880 at 8 per cent. Price $3,000. For Sale Trade. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office january 16, 1888 mrs Bell Kohr mrs Clifford Glass Frank Meese George Schilling John Unher Robert Shunk Eugene Stahley Albert Lenhart a amp Gale Nellie True. E. P. Degrief p. M. The remains the Bonaparte the great French emperor and his son Louis Napoleon were removed to their final resting place Farnborough Hill France monday. Notice. All persons indebted to the late firm Mathews Elliott a co., subscription to the Ohio Democrat to sept. 15th, 1887, for advertising Job work Are hereby notified that Joy a. Himes at his Hoo Over Jacob Millers store North Broadway is our Only agent in new Philadelphia to receive and receipt for claims due us. Those indebted to us up to said loth sept., 1887, Are requested to Call at the office John a Himes and Settle the same. Mathews Elliott a Hoover the late firm Mathews Elliott amp co. _ 5uf stanyard the Youngstown murderer is to have a new trial monday next. No. 4. 160 acre farm 10 12 Miles North Miller so Arres under cultivation remainder Good and can he cultivated. Small House barn Granery Good Well water. This is a splendid Grain farm mortgaged for $920. Price $2,000. For Sale Trade. No. 5. 250 acres 3 Miles from Railroad station in the Northeast Corner county. 118 acres under a High state cultivation. About 50 60 acres Good grass land Creek running the whole length 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 i Asplen did farm for both Stock and Grain. For Sale Trade. No. 6. 320 acre farm 10 12 Miles from Railroad station 80 acres under cultivation a splendid Grain farm and can All he cultivated except 15 20 acres and that is splendid pasture land mortgaged for $1,500 Price $3,000 for Sale Trade. A new map. Among the latest exhibitions what it is possible to accomplish by the engravers Art is a Large pocket map just issued by the St. Paul Minneapolis a Manitoba railway showing the Northwestern country Between Chicago and the Pacific Ocean in detail. A copy will he mailed free to any address upon application to c. H. Warren Gen. Pass. Agent St. Paul Minn

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