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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - January 26, 1888, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times Rubl shed 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 the Quot times advertising rates. A space. One Inch 8 1 00 three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1$ l 2 00 3 00 5 00 8 00 $ 2 00 $ 3 00 5 00 7 50 7 50 12 50 12 501 22 .50 22 50 40 00 1 yer. $ 5 00 15 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 bus Ness notices five cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday january 26, 1888. Number 5. Official directory. District. Congress. State senator. Common pleas judges. County. Pen resent five. I t judge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Beriah Wilkins Geo. W. Crites j. C. Sauce a. Peace Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley a. F. Wilkins a a j. C. Figert g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. A. Neumann s. Rufer f w. E. Lash r. Benner H. Hoover Ozias Delong a j. M. Porter Daniel Korns. James 11. Morrow. Elijaki Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. C. C. Weity. Fletcher Douthitt. 11. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. Glatfelter. City. Mayor. C Erk. Marshal Street commissioner Council Warden. Justices. Names. A. Youngen. Same a Lii Ler. Henry Deible. Philip Doerfer. Daniel Krebs. S it it Milliken. I w Newburg. Jos 11 Hosteller Nieh Montag. S y it Eineker. Charlesh elders Philip a Garver c c Fernsel. Daniel Richards Hugh t Minnis. J ii Booth. P 11 read. John s Spring. John w roil. David Breymeir Samuel c Kline. John Milone. F j Greene. J no w Lytle . C w Knisley. J r Mulvane. And Timmerman. T j Murphy. Jas Galbraeth. T b Rankin. L a Cornett. W j Haskinson l s Mckinney. Wesley m Tracy Lewis c Zollars. T Richardson. M s Wagner. J l Baldwin. T k Robinson. J ii Gardner. R g Galbraith. Hiram Schmau. Kobe to a outliers Isaac couts. James w Stoutt John Wetter. William Kinsey 1 ii Kuhn. Townships. Auburn. Auburn. Bucks. Bucks. Clay. Clay. . J Dover. Fairfield. I Fairfield. Franklin. Franklin. Goshen. Goshen. Goshen. Goshen. Jefferson. Jefferson. Lawrence. Lawrence. Mill. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Oxford. Perry. Perry. Rush. Kush. Salem. Salem. Sandy. Sandy. Sugar Creek. Sugar Creek. Union. Union. Warren. Warren. Warwick. Warwick Washington Washington Wayne. Wayne. York. York. Post office. 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. Uhrichsville. Dennison. I 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. Hrs. X. Richards m. Physician and surgeon new Philadelphia. Ohio. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 4hyl y 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 a p depot. 4�?~jyl a is. A. Richards. Jos. T. Mccullough. Rici cards amp Mccullough attorneys at Law 4<iyl new Philadelphia Ohio. In Octola Eda wil1ielmi Mclean gynaecologist. Practice limited to diseases 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. 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 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. 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 , Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller a son. 6y2 t. W. Mcdermott d. V. S., honorary graduate the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats All diseases 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 the actual cautery. Calls by Telegraph otherwise promptly an swered. To it office Over Routzen Heiser a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio 4yl Mitchells dental rooms. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. New Philadelphia. Ohio. Thursday january 26, 1888. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 �?�4rthe new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in Advance.81 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. I address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Ohio Democrat Gall. Grant Mitchell d. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. Fly Ity Block a new Philadelphia Over Raiff s hardware store Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. Gas and Ether administered it diseases the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1 the Gilsey House 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 a i Johnson i House. Edward Coffey Pittsburg convicted the murder officer Williams two years ago and sentenced to death severed his wind pipe with a pocket knife while in jail and is in a dying condition and will thereby escape the Gallows. Of Brien the Irish editor has been released from prison and is now the hero the Irish people. His following has been strengthened by his imprisonment. The Iron hand monarchy cannot always conquer by Force and the Day will come when the monarchical governments will tremble. The Sultan Turkey when visited by . Vanderbilt his recent visit strongly urged the american millionaire to take upon himself tiie construction Asiatic railways. Vanderbilt declined saying that he knew nothing the outline the suggested scheme. He will request . Jay Gould to undertake the project. The City Council and the police commissioners Terra haute Indiana Are having a Row Over closing the saloons and gambling Dens at the hour 11 clock. The Council want them closed at that hour and the police commissioners refuse to enforce the order the Council. An eff Ort will he made to remove the police commissioners. A Bright set commissioners indeed. They must love Law and order with a vengeance. The republicans in the House Congress Are carrying quite a filibustering scheme to prevent a quorum so that a vote cannot be taken to scat Carlisle. Those republicans present refuse to vote and thus make it appear that they Are absent. Nothing will he done Day after Day until the republicans vote. Republicans should not speak the a Ohio runaway senators a for they Are now practising the same tactics. two dead heats the democrats succeeded in seating . Carlisle with a party Victory Only seven republicans voting with the democrats. Let everybody who has the business interests our town in View attend the Railroad meeting at Eagle Hall Friday evening january 27th. The committee who have charge this matter earnestly request a full expression in regard to this Enterprise As the time is fast approaching for us to act in one Way another. It is admitted by All that the Newcomerstown amp Cleveland Railroad passing through this locality will Advance its interests largely fully compensating for the amount required to bring this result about. Attend the meeting and give your Aid to secure this Road. For genuine Gall and wilful misrepresentation the editor Wilkins paper the Democrat Caps the Climax. His article this week under the heading a Gould Stoutt and Moore a shows his uneasiness about the county printing. He does not feel quite sure that the commissioners were included As chattels in the Wilkins $6,000 Purchase the Democrat and thus concocts this falsehood to influence the minds the commissioners and have them while in the heat passion Rush to the arms Beriah a co. Now we do not yet believe the commissioners were included in that Purchase. We take them to be honorable and upright gentlemen and democrats the Cleveland Type with moral stamina enough to act Independent the they have not had any printing done since Wilkins amp co. Purchased the Democrat and we done to believe they were included in the new Deal. It is currently reported that the auditor contracted with Wilkins amp co., to give their paper All his printing before the Purchase was consummated. It remains to be seen whether it included other county officials. We do know there Are some the county officials who Are not owned by these a Bosses a and who have divided the printing notwithstanding the efforts to a a Bulldozer them and prevent them from giving the times a share along with the we think the times is entitled to a share the county printing and that it ought to he fairly divided among the papers m both parties. Now As to a combination with Gould and Stoutt we know nothing about it. Have not seen communicated with the chronicle folks for Many months and have passed hut few words with Gould. The times is Able to take care itself. The commissioners were never asked to place the times tile and we have never furnished it to place tile. As to their resolutions concerning what papers should go tile we have made no investigation As to its meaning. It May mean that those papers Are to have the printing. It is evident that Wilkins amp co. Take it that Way. We await their action to interpret their meaning. It does not come with very Good Grace from Wilkins a co. To Harp Reform for their putrid Sheet gives them away and shows that they Are trying to Domineek Over the party in Tuscarawas co. And this domineering is even carried into places business in new Philadelphia. One the company even had the Cheek to dictate to a merchant in this town As to what papers he should advertise in and because the merchant did not take Stock in the Ohio Democrat As an advertising Sheet this kid intimated that it would not be Good for his mercantile business. Lie ought to have kicked him out. It is really a wonder that the editor the Ohio Democrat does not claim the court House and move this would be democratic Sheet in and take Possession. H. B. West manager 133 Superior Street. Cleveland,.Ohio. Tkbms�?$1.50 to $2.00, according to room. Clerks trios. Ii. Case l. Golder. 52yl unclaimed letters. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office january 24, 18s8 miss Jessie Vann miss Annie Wise Matilda Buss we Bates John Bontra Ger Geo m Horton h b Hurd Jacob Groh j p Davidson w e Mcchristie Lena Steinbach. E. P. Degrief f. M. Little happenings. There will he a Railroad meeting at Eagle Hall Friday evening. This is an important meeting to the citizens new Philadelphia and Vicinity. The committee wants an expression from the citizens As to whether they shall abandon the project. $6,000 has been raised and there is $4,000 to raise yet. A full attendance must be had the committee will report adversely to the interests the town and their inability to raise the Money. Come to the meeting and you will there he informed the danger our town is in. The Road will be built hut the question is will new Philadelphia and Beaver dam get it you Are not going to be asked for subscription Friday night so do not stay away that account. A commission appointed by the new York legislature to investigate the subject the most humane method inflicting capital punishment make a report after considering All methods favouring electricity and give As reasons the following a a perhaps the most potent agent for destroying human life is electricity. Death is instantaneous. The application May he made without injury to officials the place for its use May be strictly private and its certainty is beyond doubt. One objection to the use electricity is the Shock which people uninstructed in its use suppose is inflicted the condemned Man. As a matter fact an electric Shock cannot produce a sensation which can he perceptible to the criminal. The velocity the current is so great that the brain is a a Thomas Edison writes that Dynamo electric machinery which employs intermittent currents would be the most suitable apparatus. The passage the current from these machines through the body even by the slightest Contact causes instant death. A a the commissioners describe a number experiments with electricity As a Means killing animals witnessed in Buffalo by one the commissioners last year with . George e. Fell that City. For the purpose ascertaining the effect the electric Light current the action the heart the Thorax a chloroformed dog was opened so that the lungs and heart could be seen in action by forcing respiration As m conscious life. At the instant when the currant passed through the heart it became a mass quivering flesh. The Ordinary conditions dying were absent. It was noticed that an attempt to breathe was made after the current was passed through the dog. This indicated that the brain had not lost its susceptibility to impressions and shows that in execution the current should he passed through the Center functions in the brain. The commission recommends that a chair with a head and a foot rest should be used in which the condemned Man could be seated in a half re coming position. One wire could he connected with the head rest and the other with the foot rest which would be a Metal plate. The electric current could he supplied by electric Light wires. A a the commission recommends that the Date the execution be made Uncertain so that the criminal May not know what Day he is to die and that the Corpse go to the doctors a nameless grave without religious rites and that the newspapers be forbidden to describe the the following clipping from the Logan county advocate Colorado a staunch Republican Organ shows what that paper thinks the Republican fight . Lamar has Heen confirmed As one the justices the United states supreme court by a vote 32 to 28. Three republicans Stewart Nevada and Stanford California and Riddleberger voted for confirmation. We Are glad the agony is Over and that it resulted As it did. It was not a Wise fight for the republicans. Fire Brick Are now being used for pavements in some our cities. In Steubenville where they have Heen tested the result has Given definite satisfaction so much so that each recurring year the construction these pavements increase. Zanesville has decided to pave her streets with fire Brick. The n. Y. Tribune considers them a a the pavement the As All branches Industry Are now being More less affected by a strikers a is it not time for editors and reporters to a go out a their grievances Are Many among which is attending an entertainment paying fifty seventy five cents to see who is there and what they Are doing in order to obtain an accurate report the affair with three four dollars Worth free Advertis ing. We be struck. The disastrous effect president Cleveland a message upon the Wool Industry in Kansas continues to be Felt. A Marion county Man has just lost a Large number sheep that were slaughtered by Mercury. Yes brother that is about the Only evil effect that is Likely to follow his message. But it will not Aid blame Sherman much. New goods every Day at Urfer a Kinsey. Embroideries from one cent per Yard and up at Urfer a Kinsey a. Call w. C. Sutton a co. And secure some the big bargains they Are offering before moving. 5-4 we Are glad to report that . Thos. Smith is Able to be about again attending to the duties his profession. Great reduction Sale now in Progress at w. C. Sutton amp cons to reduce Stock before moving. 5-4 Friday night last the sons veterans drum corps gave an exhibition their musical Talent our Street. They Are progressing finely. Twenty new subscribers were added to the times list in the last ten Days. Thanks to our Somerdale correspondent for four new names yesterday. We Are under obligation to Hon. Francis Ankeny for a copy House Bill no. 28, entitled a a Bill to provide for the publication and distribution school the rendition a a Pauline at music Vilall Friday night gave general satisfaction to those who attended. All the participants acquitted themselves in an acceptable manner. Once More new Philadelphia will he favored with Little Nugget supported by three new and Able assistants in the most laughable musical comedy presented the stage. Miss Minnie Craig this City who has resided with her brother in Bridgeport o., the past year was married to . B. Kinney conductor the c. L. A w. Ray wednesday last week. Charley Vallandingham son his noted father and the Man who flopped from Radical democracy to equally Radical republicanism is now columns correspondent for the commercial Gazette. We Stop the press to announce that the difference Between a manufacturing concern that advertises continually and a talkative woman is that one never shuts Down and the other never shuts . Or. John f. Gilgen and miss Sarah a. Thompson were United in marriage tuesday evening at her residence East High Street Rev. Cook the presbyterian Church officiating. We wish them much Prosperity. The marshal Dennison Bro it a Man by the name Wilson Norris charged with burglar izing Michael Gal in a grocery store that place and lodged him in the county jail to await action by the grand jury. The Ohio Democrat publishes this week the particulars the hanging fun Ston which occurred near new Philadelphia half a Century ago and which has been republished time and again in our county papers since its occurrence. It is rather an old the protracted meeting now being held in the m. E. Church his City is progressing favourably but owing to the icy condition our streets the past ten Days the attendance was not Large so far As the men were concerned the women did not appear to mind it. Carroll county is Labouring under great excitement from the fact that the grand jury last saturday reported indictments against the auditor and three county commissioners and j. H. Weaver a carpet dealer Canton for alleged fraud in awarding contracts for work and furnishing the new court House in Carrolton. Mcpherson Wichita Salina Futchi son and Emporia Are All joining hands with Abilene in agitating the removal the capital from Topeka. It looks As if there might be some Ming Shower after Mercury. See a Little Nugget a Friday evening personal mention. Legislative clippings. Freeport is becoming quite a Supply Point for Fine building Stone. The Freeport press says that a new Quarry is being opened up and that the c. L. A w. Ray will spend $10,000 in building switches and putting in the necessary facilities for handling the Stone. It is a Fine Grade and will he a source great profit to Freeport. Marriage licenses for the week ending saturday january 21st, Are As follows Joseph f. Lyons and Elizabeth wig Field George m. Keeth and Catharine a. Welch Charles Donbaugh and Sarah j. Wilson Nathan b. Rice and Mary m. Lantzer Orange Bassett and Laura b. Minnich William Garbet and Alta c. Moore. A Pointer for the a a will Marks was Home for the Sabbath. Martin Baer monday in town. Stras Burgh spent attend the Railroad meeting to Morrow Friday evening. Mrs. Andrew Lytle is this week visiting her son at Buffalo n. Y. Miss Eva Miskimin was visiting port Washington friends the past week. Miss Minnie Congleton West Ray St., is visiting friends at Mineral Point. Mrs. J. J. Williams Chicago ills., is a guest miss Della Mathias this City. _ mrs. Clara Wilson Leetonia o., is visiting at the residence Holland Kirtz near town. Miss Lizzie Torgler East front Street is passing a few Days with her sister in Lockport. Or. Lickson Shanesville visited his Sisters mrs. Norman Pratt and miss Mary Hickson this City. J. Ii. Boothe went to Newcomerstown business and reports the Little Vil Liage in a flourishing condition. Or. Frank Green and wife were visiting at the residence mrs. Schilling Mother mrs. G., this City monday. Miss Ida ploughman who has been in Cleveland for several months returned to her Home in this City Friday last. _ we. H. Criswell the Champion planing Mills this City started tuesday for the a sunny South a for pleasure and mrs. Hardesty and children Columbus Are visiting at the residence her parents . And mrs. Thos. Moore East High Street this City. J. T. Of Donnell was attending court at Carrollton monday tuesday and wednesday this week where he was attorney for plaintiff in a Case heavy interest before the Carroll co. Court. W. H. Darker a prominent Young Farmer Vanwert co., Ohio and Joseph a. Silvius one sugar Creek townships Best Young men were visiting friends in new Philadelphia last week. The times office was also favored with a pleasant Call and we were much pleased to add them to our list. Or. James Smith is visiting the old Home people this City these Days because the severe injury sustained by Thomas Moore his Grandfather. We Are glad to note that . Moore is recovering and will suffer no serious lasting injury from his fall. We Are pleased to learn that Charles Renney who was so severely injured in the c. A m. Ray wreck is so much improved that he will be brought to his Home in new Philadelphia this week. He has been lying at Cambridge carefully attended and nursed by physicians and his Mother. Wedding Bells. Charles f. Smith the efficient clerk the Boston clothing store this City led to the Hymen Al alter last sunday evening one new Philadelphia a fairest and Best girls in the person miss Kate crites at the residence her parents . And mrs. Crites West High Street. The wedding was quiet and a ostentatious but few being invited other than the immediate relatives. The times congratulates Charlie his Choice and the Bride for her Good judgment and wishes them a successful journey through life. Western wealth. A a a Stone Creek fiend flaunting the painful pseudonym a Spear shake a continues to torture the readers the new Phi a 1 Imes every week two with a Batch the most abominable Doggerel we Ever saw in print. It is a Blank verse with a vengeance Blank thought and sense As Well As rhythm in fact the most incongruous conglomeration rambling nothingness Ever thrust upon the Public through the columns a newspaper. As a poet in the descending scale a Spear shake discounts by far the renowned Doggerel author Joseph k. Hall widely known As the a wild Warbler wills a a Mineral Pointer. This polished Crank Mineral Point has got his wits All out joint while we our fellow men amuse this Blockhead does our rhymes abuse. Within a column his Sheet he gives us the above Low treat. What have we done to Pierce his heart that he through ours must throw a Dart and put our writings Down so Low a Down in the deepest pit below ? if he has nothing else to do but slander people through and through head Best be pulling up his stakes and Hump his head until it Breaks. Wed like to know which tortures More our rhyming his senseless bore ? we ask the Reader to compare our poems which we write with care with a a stuff from Hosick full scorn which Oft his dirty Sheet adorn ? in i Losicki a office hell confess was never seen a printing press he simply jots his fool notes Down and sends them to Newcomerstown where they Are quickly put in Type. A Man like him with such a a a dome should try to print his Sheet at Home and then his head would soon get level if he himself were printers Devil. Spear shake. Such conflicting reports Are heard from various sources that it is a Relief to read a reliable statement the actual situation the Farmers stockmen and business men the West such As is contained in the pamphlet just issued under the above title. The statistics Given Are the latest official figures. Parties desiring this pamphlet can secure a copy free by addressing c. H. Warren general passenger agent St. Paul Minn. A Bill has been introduced in the House to change the time county clerks shall enter upon their duties from february until the first monday in july after election. The reason is in sixty three counties the state the clerk begins his duties in the Middle a term court. A Bill has been introduced in the Senate which has for its object divorcing parties from the incurable insane. When either husband wife who is adjudged insane by proper Legal authority and confined in an insane Asylum for the period five years and at the end which time is pronounced incurable by attending physicians. A Bill has been introduced to Amend Sec. 705, revised statutes to the effect that if a female he adjudged insane the probate judge shall appoint a suitable female assistant to accompany the sheriff and such insane person to the Asylum. Another Bill extending the term township offices trustees clerks and treasurers to three years. A Bill has been introduced in the House which is to Knock out lottery schemes etc., carried to advertise a business any kind. The Bill goes far enough to reach our merchants who give prizes any kind value. A Bill has been introduced to make Banks come to time certain moneys they fail to list. It requires Banks to list property to county auditors Between the first and second wednesdays in april instead Between the first and second wednesdays every May As at present. Most the Banks pay their dividends in april at present and the Money thus paid out escapes taxation. Also a Bill to make every election Day in Ohio a Legal Holiday. Seven persons drowned. Railroad notes. One after another drawn into the icy Waters while attempting to Rescue some skaters. Ennis Texas Jan. 20. Seven persons were drowned to Day in Sand Lake about ten Miles East Ennis. Two Young women daughters William Williams a Farmer and a Young Man named Babbitt were skating the Lake when the ice gave Way and they sunk in four and a half feet water. Miss Babbitt and two Little girls aged eight and fourteen years also daughters . Williams who were Shore watching the sport were drowned in attempting to Rescue their friends. A very Small child . Williams also fell through the ice but was saved by one the drowning Young ladies catching and throwing it out the ice. Young Williams a brother the Young ladies drowned was a Quarter a mile Distant at his House. He saw the trouble and ran to the assistance the unfortunates but he was soon overpowered by those who were drowning and he too was drowned. Mrs. Williams his Mother made an Effort to save them All but was pulled Down and would have met the same Fate her children but for the timely Aid her two daughters aged ten and twelve years. These children threw her a rope and succeeded in pulling her ashore. Done to let that cold yours run . 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 death itself. The breathing apparatus must be kept healthy and Clear All obstructions and offensive matter. Otherwise there is trouble ahead. All the diseases these parts head nose Throat bronchial tubes and lungs can be delightfully and entirely cured by the use Boche s German syrup. If you done to know this already thousands and thousands people can Tell you. They have been cured by it and a know How it is bottle Only 75 cents. Ask any druggist. 9yl the Wilkins Bui. Obituary. Mrs. Anna Wise aged 77 years died at the residence her son Jacob this City saturday last and was buried monday in new Philadelphia cemetery. We Are sorry to learn that . W. A. Leggett new Cumberland after a lingering illness with consumption died monday january 23rd, aged 33 years. Or. David Harding aged 68 years and . John Gardner aged 76 years two old and prominent residents Perry township died at their respective residence last week. Or. Samuel c. Forsythe died suddenly apoplexy wednesday morning last week at his residence in York township in the 76th year his age and was buried in the lutheran cemetery Oldtown Valley saturday. He has been a resident this county for forty years confining his interests chiefly to farming and Stock raising in which he accumulated a handsome Fortune. He was a Fine Type manhood and died As he had lived in the Christian Faith. Elizabeth wife John Miller died at the residence her son in Law Adam banker near lock 17, this county january 16th, 1888, aged 65 years nine months. Her remains were brought to her Home near Evans Valley Jefferson township and interred in St. Jacobs cemetery january 19th. Mother Miller was born in Germany april 22nd, 1822. She was a member the re formed Church for fifty years and a Good Christian Mother. A a rest dear Mother a j a d. Or. Beriah Wilkins Ohio finds some difficulty in getting the House to act his Bill allowing the National Banks to Issue notes to the Par value the Bonds which they Deposit As Security instead As now to 90 per cent their value. Suppose he should try the effects an amendment obliging the National Banks hereafter to redeem their Bills in Coin surely it is time to repeal the silly Law excusable Only under the extreme stress War which still allows and obliges the Hanks to redeem their paper Money in other paper Money. To Exchange one Shin plaster for another is not an act redemption substitution it May he called hut not York Herald. An end to Bone scraping. Edward Shepherd Harrisburg 111., says a a having received so much Benefit from electric bitters i feel it my duty to let suffering humanity know it. Have had a running sore my leg for eight years my doctors told me i would have to have the Bone scraped leg amputated. I used instead three bottles electric bitters and seven boxes Bucklen a Arnica Salve and my leg is now sound and electric bitters Are sold at 50 cents a bottle and Bucklen a Arnica Salve at 25c. Per Box by f. C. Miller a son. The traffic contract Between the Baltimore amp Ohio and the Zanesville Newcomerstown a Cleveland railways was completed yesterday at Baltimore. The contract was prepared some weeks ago and forwarded to the Headquarters the Baltimore a Ohio Ray company to await the action the executive committee that corporation. Owing to a press business following the election Samuel Spencer As president the matter was not reached until this week and it is now disposed . This will be Gratifying news to the people Zanesville and along the line the projected Road. By the terms this contract there is to be a Mutual interchange All passenger and freight business Between the contracting companies. The Baltimore a Ohio company agrees to set aside a certain per cent the Gross receipts from All passenger and freight business coming from the line the Zanesville Newcomerstown amp Cleveland railway and forwarded Over the lines the b. Amp Company As a guarantee for the payment the interest upon the mortgage Bonds the z., n. A c. Company. There is nothing in this contract referring to running arrangements terminal facilities any other matters the instrument being solely and entirely a traffic contract. The signing this contract Means the immediate completion a similar agreement with the Valley Road which is now in operation from Mineral Point to Cleveland. Backed by these contracts president Bailey and managing director Turner will be in a position to Market the Bonds their corporation at the highest possible Price. When the Bonds Are placed the Road will be built and the courier believes these securities will be taken by a Syndicate within ninety Days. President Bailey and director Turner Zanesville Are to be congratulated upon the present enviable position their Railroad Enterprise. They have conducted their business quietly patiently and without ostentation. And the Zanesville Newcomerstown a Cleveland railway is assured. A Zanesville courier. Special to Cleveland Plain dealer dated Newcomerstown january 4th a another very spirited meeting citizens in the interest the Zanesville Newcomerstown a Cleveland Railroad was held Here last night and was largely attended. The town has pledged $5,-000 to the Road and nearly half this sum is already subscribed. Many subscribers Are willing to double their subscriptions and a committee three was appointed to canvass the Vicinity and report at the next meeting to be held thursday next. Or. A. M. Beers one the directors the Road stated that the company had now absolute Possession the terminal facilities at Zanesville and that within the next few Days engineers would be at work locating the Point Junction with the Valley Railroad. The Point Junction will probably be Sant Yville this county. The Penny press says the Wheeling amp Lake Erie Road expects to open up a line from Bower Stevvn to Wheeling during the coming summer. This will give the Valley Road a direct Short line route from Cleveland to Wheeling and will open up much new territory. There was some talk last summer a consolidation the Cleveland a Marietta and the Valley roads hut there was a hitch account an unfinished Tunnel the former company a line. This Tunnel is now nearing completion and the question a consolidation May again come up. The V. Zeus says the Cannon Ball Road has Heen purchasing land All along its line Between Martins ferry and Bowerston the past two weeks and in several places the full amount has been paid. Ice casualties. List jurors chosen for february term court com Mencini february 7, Petit jury. 1888. Township. 1 Michael Lynch. Mill. 2 Alexander Shank. Auburn. 3 Joseph Scott. Mill. 4 Jeremiah Weidner. Goshen. 5 John w. Hill. Mill. 6 t. M. Granfell. Mill. 7 Thomas Robinson. 8 Edward rank. Clay. 9 Frank Peter. Clay. 10 Henry Chapman. Salem. 11 William Mccreary. Warwick 12 Remus r. Gartrell. Goshen. 13 John Scott. Mill. 14 William ii. Foster. Mill. 15 James Hevlin. Grand jury. Mill. Township. 1 Charles r. Krantz. Dover. O 4u 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 Hueffman. Bucks. 16 Andrew Hawk. Jefferson. 17 Shelden Dickinson. Oxford. 18 Jonas Burger. Bucks. 19 Theodore Banning a Washington 20 b f Spring. Jefferson. Transfers real estate. I As compiled in the office the recorder deeds Aaron Shull to Henry Paul us 4 acres York township $440. U c Deardorff to Barbara a Thompson part Block 10, Dover $125. Lizzie Sharp to John Sharp lot 1, Dover $850. Benj Huff to we Schwab 13 acres Salem township $800. Joseph Kuns to Jonathan Gerber 160 acres Franklin township $800. We m Robinson to t s Gordon 128 26-100 acres Franklin township $5,375. Closser Totten to Elmer e Long lot 3, Dennison $500. Eckfeld Bros to Mary e King lot 4, Dennison $70. We Strann to Irene Scott 10 24-100 acres Uhrichsville $1,409. Same to same part lots 1 and 2, Dennison $1,409. Maurice Moody to Mary Markey strip land Mill township $100. M l Shuster to Wesley m Tracy part lots 3 and 4, Mineral City $500. Geo w Bowers to m l Shuster lots 3 and 4, Mineral City a e Vankirk to Roseanna Miller lot 7, Mineral City $875. Gideon Moore to Samuel t Calill lot 16, Uhrichsville $200. Fred Graff to Gershone Wheeland lot 12, Blakes Mills $110. Jos Wise to Robert e Bitecofer lot 2, Oak Grove $30. Margaret Sawyer to i g Moomaw 83 94-100 acres Jefferson township $3,000. Piles piles i piles 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 son. We have the largest finest and cheapest line embroideries in the City. Urfer a Kinsey. Have you seen that elegant line embroideries in Urfer a Kinsey a window 5w2 mrs. A. Zane Horn an old lady Ragersville twelve Miles West Here slipped and fell the icy walk breaking her Arm. Mrs. Snyder an old lady living near canal Dover fell the icy pavement week before last breaking her neck resulting in almost instantaneous death. A a Dick peppers this place fell during the icy season last week and sprained his ankle so severely that he will be confined to his room for some time. We learn that an old and prominent Farmer named David Dull living near Newcomerstown slipped and fell the icy ground monday last receiving serious injuries which May prove fatal to him because his old age. Mrs. Louis Zellner West fair Street fell the icy pavement thursday last striking the Hack part her head against the curbing which rendered her insensible. Fears were entertained for a time that her Skull was fractured hut happily otherwise and at this writing is Able to tie about again. Pat Casey an employee the rolling Mill when returning from the theatre saturday evening fell the icy Street in the Public Square striking the ground the Back part his head which rendered him unconscious for a time. He was taken to the office . Otis who dressed Las wounds which Are not serious. While cutting ice at Congress Lake fourteen Miles North Canton Friday afternoon a Man named John Betz came near losing his life. He was engaged in marking squares with a horse and plow when the ice gave Way i dropping the Man horse and plow into deep water. The alarm was Given and he was extricated after much difficulty. He managed to keep his head above water for Twenty minutes and when taken out was More dead than alive. He is in a serious condition but May recover. After rescuing Betz the workmen turned their attention to the horse which could be seen struggling hard under the ice. After making a huge Hole planks were secured and after much hard labor the animal was brought to the surface. Both Man and beast were so we eak that they could not stand. W. C. Sutton a co. Are offering great bargains in clothing hats Caps and gents furnishing goods to reduce Stock before moving. 5-4 a sure cure found at last. No one need suffer. A sure cure for the Blind bleeding itching and ulcerated piles has been discovered by . William an Indian remedy called . Williams Indian pile ointment. A single Box Lias cured the worst old chronic cases Twenty and thirty years standing. No one need suffer five minutes after applying this wonderful soothing Medicine. Lotions instruments and elect Aries do More harm than Good. Williams Indian pile ointment absorbs the tutors allays the intense itching acts As poultice gives instant anti painless Relief and is prepared for piles and nothing else. Thousands cured patients attest its Virtues and physicians All schools pronounce it the greatest contribution to Medicine the age. It matters not How Long and severely you have Heen Suff ering you can be cured. Judge Coons Alsville ky., says a Cdr. Williams Indian pile ointment cured me after years judge coffin Bury Cleveland o., says a a i have found by experience that . Williams Indian pile ointment gives immediate and permanent we have hundreds such testimonials. Do not suffer an instant longer. A sold by druggists. 30yl Mathews Elliott amp co. Little happenings. Pauline As rendered by our Home Talent Friday evening was a grand Success. The opening scene is in the parlor a fashionable hotel in Saratoga. Or. Oscar Bowers As sir Charles grand swell a Dudish English baronet makes love to and is accepted by Clara Rivers miss Ida Nicholas who is a rival Pauline Western miss Laura Jaber the reigning Belle. Pauline much against her fathers capt. Western who by the by is our owned. Laughead wishes loves George ardent c. F. Weitza poor Young student who is about to depart with our army to Mexico. Pauline introduces George to her father under the assumed name Raymond. Capt. Western perceives that sir Charles is in love with his daughter and he is made to declare it much to the Cha Rin Clara George departs for the War. A year passes Pauline is urged by her father to marry sir Charles but George reigns supreme in her heart. While sitting sad and lonely a note Falls at her feet. It announces Georges return and that he is beneath the window. An elopement is planned but is frustrated by capt. Western sir Charles i Lara and guests at the hotel. Matters Are finally satisfactorily arranged and wedding Bells Are in the air. Miss Laura Jaberg deserves great Praise in her rendition Pauline. She had the most difficult part to sustain and did it exceedingly Well. Miss Ida Nicholas As Clara Rivers was very Good indeed she Sang so Well. C. F. Welty As the Young student Lover Pauline was so perfectly at his ease in his acting and singing that we could scarcely believe our optics wore not leading us astray. De. Laughead Persona Ted Captain Estern the retired old gentleman and could not have done better had he been the veritable gentleman himself. But Oscar Bowers As the dude was immense. Just As natural As if he was indeed the foppish English Nobleman. The Young people have been requested to repeat the operetta and we think they will. It seems that there Are times and seasons when the introduction religion into conversation is inappropriate. A Barber bail been converted and thought it his duty to warn sinners. He had just lathered the face his customer had Given his razor a finer Edge and was about to commence operation the Tii roat his Sitter when he put his Mouth close to the ear his victim and said in a hoarse whisper a sir Are you prepared to die a the effect was electric. The audience was its feet in an instant and with a loud yell alarm hounded into the Street. I he Barber Lias lately been studying Solomon a proverbs and says that there is not Only a time when things should he done hut also a time when they should not be done. The undersigned hereby announces to the Public that he Sells first class fruit Trees the Best varieties All grafted add budded fruit. Also new varieties that have been lately introduced and found reliable. Evergreens Maple Trees shrubbery All kinds climbing vines Small fruits grapes All kinds. Greenhouse plants and Flowers. Anything you wish for in my line you can obtain 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 the uniform rank k. 1�?T., this City instituted by col. Ii. M. Sedgwick Zanesville gave a grand Parade and Drill yesterday wednesday assisted by representatives from Coshocton Cadiz and Uhrichsville lodges which added much to the occasion. The Parade and Drill was excellent eliciting complimentary remarks from the Many who looked . The Hall Given in the evening was largely attended and passed off in a pleasant manner. We have not the time in this Issue to give the details hut suffice it to say the affair As a whole was highly interesting. A Clergyman the editor 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 John a. Iii Mes at his office 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 15th sept., 1887, Are requested to Call at the office John a Himes and Settle the same. Mathews Elliott amp Hoover the late firm Mathews Elliott a co. 5ttf Good results in every Case. A. Bradford wholesale paper dealer Chattanooga term., writes that he was seriously afflicted with a severe cold that settled his lungs had tried Many remedies without Benefit. Being induced to try . Kings new discovery for consumption did so and was cured by use a few bottles. Since which time he has used it in his family for All coughs and colds with Best results. This is the experience thousands whose lives have Leen saved by this wonderful discovery. Trial bottles free at f. C. Miller a songs drug store. _ we Are Selling embroideries at one cent per Yard and Are not doing it to close out business either. Urfer a Kinsey. In Maryland writes to the sunday Magazine have a column a a time to i Hope nobody laughed at the time hut alter they got out meeting i should not wonder if Many Felt a there is a time to a person in the course some remarks in a prayer meeting having several times observed that he should never forget the dying words his brother the pastor suggested that it might he Well for him to repeat them whereupon with some hesitation and scratching his head Fie said that they had slip ipod his mind the Washington Star says that . Manderson offered a Resolution in the House Congress which was adopted directing the committee Library to inquire into the advisability purchasing a life size picture Abraham Lincoln by we. T. Mathews new York. Or. Mathews was formerly a citizen new Philadelphia and is a brother maj. C. Ii. Mathews our City. His Many friends Hen Are glad to know that his abilities As an artist Are so highly appreciated. Farmers and teamsters Are invited to examine the Champion Wagon. It is the greatest invention the age. Done to buy a Wagon till you see it. The Tongue never strikes the horses no matter How rough uneven the roads Are. Send for circular address Cyrus Mcqueen Baltic A live agent wanted in every township in Tuscarawas county. 4tt a a Johnny my Hoy i wish you would bring me an armful a a have not got time my i ave got an awful hard problem in history to look a a what is the problem my son a a a i have to find out when Alfred the great Cut his first Mother goes for the Wood. The total eclipse the Moon which occurs saturday evening this week begins at 5 31 and ending at 7 09. If the weather permits at that time the Public will have an Opportunity to see this interesting event

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