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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - July 12, 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 the a a times advertising rates. Spack. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y . One Inch. $ 1 00 $ 2 00 $ 3 00 $ 5 00 three inches. 2 00 it i 7 50 15 my six inches. 3 00 4 50 12 50 22 50 half column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. S in 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices five cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday july 12, 1888. Number 29. Official directory. District. Congress. State senator. Common pleas judges. County. Representative. Probate judge. Prosecuting attorney j clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. City. Daniel Korns. James 11. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher Dou Liitt. 11. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. Glatfelter. Bertah Wilkins Geo. W. Crites Foj. Hance a. Peace Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley amps Patrick j. Donahey g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. A. G. Neumann s. I Tufer w. E. Lash r. Benner 0. H. Hoover Ozias Delong it j. M. Porter mayor marshal Street commissioner a a a it Council game Warden. Names. Same a Bixler. Lenry Deible. Philip Doerfer. Daniel Krebs. S a a Misiken. J w Newburg Jos 11 a Lostetter Nelch Montag. S t Rennaker. Charles h Elors Philip a Darvel c c Fernsel. H Booth h read. John Mitone. F j Greene. J no w Lytle . C w Knisley. J k Mulvane. And Timmerman t j Murphy. Jas Galb raef t i Rankin. L a Cornett. W j Haskinson is Mckinney. Wesley m trac Lewis c Zollars t Richardson. M s Wagner. J l Baldwin. T k Robinson. J h Gardner. K g Galbraith. Hiram Echman j n Wetter. William Kiuse p 11 Kuhn. Justices. Township. Post Ovnick. Auburn. Lager Seville. Auburn. Lager Seville. Ducks. Baltic. Ducks. Baltic. Clay. Lock no. 17. Clay. Gnadenhutten. Dover. Canal Dover. A Dover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. Fairfield. New Philada a. Fairfield. Zoar station. Franklin. Strasburg. Franklin. Strasburg. Goshen. New Philada a. Goshen. New Philada a. Goshen. New Philada a. Goshen. New Philada a. Jefferson. Stone Creek. Jefferson. A a a a Lawrence. Zoar a Lawrence. Bolivar. Mill. Uhrichsville. Mill. Uhrichsville. Mill. Dennison. Oxford to. New co in Erston. Oxford. Newcomerstown. Perry. Cadwallader. Perry. Cadwallader. Kush. Tippecanoe. Kush. Gnadenhutten. Salem. Port Washington Salem. Port Washington Sandy. Mineral City. Sandy. Mineral City. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Union. Uhrichsville. Union. Leesville. Warren. New land. Warren. Newcum Oera us. Warwick. Tuscarawas. Warwick. Tuscarawas. So Washington Albany. .1 Washington Paoli. T j Wayne. Dundee. A Wayne. Dundee. York. New Philada a. York. Black band. Professional directory. Vuks. N. 1. Richards. M. 1. Physician and surgeon new Philadelphia. Ohio. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 4>yl t c. Parks A. Physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Of fice in the Patriek building. South Broadway. Residence two doors South c pfc p depot. 40 Jas. A. D. Richards. Jos. T. Mccullough. Richards a Mccullough attorneys at Law. 40yl new Philadelphia Ohio. Y j w. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 4<south Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 48yl prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office tithe Mclane Block. New Ali Adelphia. Ohio. Tolin 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 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 in a Luniel Block second floor. 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. Carious 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. Office Over Loutzenhiser s drug store new Philadelphia Ohio 4yl Babcock Hurd it amp co., wholesale grocers 106 a 10 water St., Cleveland. P. Ii. Babcock ii. Hurd jr., Babcock 11. A. Bishop Mcclelland Hurd wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co., limited new York for the Sale their celebrated Laronia and Bunola brands roasted Coffee. 24yl the g1lsey House new Philadelphia. 01ii0. 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 t Johnson t House. H. B. West manager 1.33 Superior Street Cleveland Ohio. Tkrms�?51.50 to $2.00, according to room. Clerks 52yl iils. H. Case r. Golder. Up up w w i h a a g chs is Ai 0-32 c a c a j5 a a one so a 3 a c. A r is p Ltd p y to a p c c a a t-3 r w t/1 to 5 a it in Mocic a Irwi i no. 2. I Cleve. A com. S i pc w a St 2 y Ltd. 5 it it Kcf i a i-3 it a s a t v. C u to i 3 a c it . S 1 a 541 .3 p 111 is co n 35 to x Quaido amp y cd a l s h a i a i Csicsok Odoric. W pm r u is to a d. To i s y2t�?o�? it t i to ? 5%c = t.5 =2 a c Phi 2 a a it to 5 to ? is y c 54 is s it it a y ecu. Ltd a i aug it is j a a g y to a i y a g t 2 new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor four years ago. Thursday july 12, 1888. Office in Hummel Block East High St., second floor. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in Advance.$1 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Pon Toulbie order to the address the proprietor. I address All matter intended for publication to the times. Democratic ticket my just at Oise ail. For president the United states Grover Cleveland. For vice president Allen g. Thurman. Pilaia 20 jars. Practice in pensions Amiin r Success fees. Send for new Awe. U. Sites amp co., a ttys Washington . State. For Secretary state Boston g. Young Marion. For supreme judge Lyman r. Critchfield. Of Holmes. For member Board Public works James Emmett. Of Pike. C just sex Olar ajl for Congress sixteenth District James w. Owens Licking. County. For auditor John w. Kinsey. For commissioner Wesley Emerson. For infirmary director Lewis Geckeler. For Coroner b. D. Downey. The platform the democratic party the state Ohio in convention assembled presents to the people the state the following declaration principles 1. We endorse without qualification the administration president Cleveland his honesty integrity Fidelity to principle and Manly courage have endeared him to the american people and the interests the country demand his renomination and election. 2. We approve the Mills Tariff Bill As the practical expression the democratic party and request our representatives in Congress to give it their cordial support. 3. We demand that All lands the government be held for actual settlers who Are citizens the United states and for those who declare their intention and we endorse the successful efforts the administration to recover the Public lands which have been squandered upon Railroad corporations by reckless Republican congresses. 4. We favor the payment Liberal pensions to Union soldiers and sailors and a tender care the widows and orphans. 5. We demand an economical expenditure the Public Money and the reduction the surplus in the Treasury by reduced taxation and not by extravagant and corrupting appropriations. The Money the people should not be taken from them beyond the needs economical administration and payment just obligations. To. We Are in Hearty sympathy with All people struggling to free themselves from the environment despotism and especially does the Long and Gallant struggle Ireland for the priceless Boon Home Rule and the right manhood awaken our applause and command our Heartiest Good wishes for speedy Success. 7. We favor such restraints upon corporate Power As Well As protect honest labor and conserve the interests honestly employed capital. We oppose the importation contract labor and the Landing aliens for permanent residence who do not intend to become citizens the United states. A. We recommend to Congress the repeal All duties whatever upon industries combined into trusts to erect monopolies organized into syndicates to control corrupt legislation elections retard production and deprive labor steady employment and adequate compensation. 9. We approve the action the democratic members the legislature in their support the Bill founding the Ohio soldiers and sailors Home at Sandusky and we denounce the Republican majority for their insufficient appropriations for tie same and for the Hans Home at Xenia. We demand Liberal expenditures for these institutions adequate to the wants the state. The democracy Goshen township met july 10th and organized a democratic club to be known As the a Cleveland and Thurman club Goshen John a. Hines was chosen president John l. Kennedy vice president V. Ream Secretary Frank d. Crites assistant Secretary and Louis Zellner treasurer. One Hundred and fifty democrats enrolled their names at the first meeting. A committee was also appointed to organize a marching club. The meeting was addressed by John a. Buchanan V. Ream and judge Yeagley. The boys All showed themselves to be in great Earnest As the enthusiasm was unbounded. The meetings Wal be held every Friday evening in Chapins Hall until further orders. Let every Democrat turn out and enrol his name. The political Battle this fall is one great importance to american citizens. It is an Effort to throw off the tax Burden and reduce the Tariff to the demands a just government. The Republican party is wonderfully exercised Over being called the a a free whisky party a because its favouring a reduction the internal Revenue whisky. The party would do Well to effect a Little and Ponder Over the fact that republicans persist in calling the democratic party a free Trade party because it favors a reduction import duties. It is a poor Rule that wont work both ways under like circumstances. If a reduction import duties makes a free Trade party Why not a reduction the Revenue whisky make a free whisky party. In 1880 the Republican party howled free Trade that the country would be ruined if the democrats got control the government. That the factories would have to shut Down and that Labouring men would have to work for almost nothing and As a result scared the ignorant and Defeated general Hancock. What followed ? a Republican Congress did undertake to Reform the Tariff because they knew it was necessary and that the times demanded it. The democratic party demanded it. Honesty and Good government demanded it. A but How did they do it they did it in the interest the manufacturer. They reduced the Tariff raw Wool and put it in the pockets the manufacturer. They refused to make a corresponding reduction the imported manufactured article. If there was a shrinkage in the Price Wool by reason that reduction As the Republican party claims the manufacturer got the Benefit it. If a corresponding reduction had been made the imported article and thereby reduced the Price we Olen goods then the Wool grower and the labourer in the factories and All Over the country would have got the Benefit it in proportion to amount Purchase in Woolen goods. The Republican party wanted to protect the manufacturer and monopolist. The democratic party demand an equitable adjustment the Tariff. It is opposed to putting the expenses the government so heavily the Labouring Man the consumer the producer and favouring the Rich. Do you want cheaper clothing for your children do you prefer cheaper whisky and tobacco if you prefer the latter vote the Republican ticket. If the Republic con party goes in Power this fall they will make another attempt at reforming the Tariff but it will be in the interest the capitalist. It will not be a fair adjustment. The Republican party always tells you what will happen to the business interests the country from democratic Rule but fail to Tell you what has happened. A cleaner record has never been recorded in the history the United states government than the Cleveland administration. The people Are not tired honesty yet. _ the Republican party favor a chinese Wall around the United states. It is for Protection. Suppose a Tariff was placed everything that is brought into the state Ohio. How Long would it be until the markets Ohio would be glutted. There would be a Lack consumption. The manufacturer would want a High Price and would Tell his labourer he must have Protection so that he could pay him big wages. The poor labourer would pay correspondingly High for everything he bought and would not have another cent More than he would without the Protection. The manufacturer could not sell to other states because he has manufactured his goods a basis Protection wages. Now when he has an Over production More than is needed in Ohio he shuts Down his machinery and Waits until consumption catches up again with the Supply. The result is the labourer is Idle half the time. What we want is a Market in the undeveloped countries the world where the Supply is not equal to the demand and then the factories will run the year through. All the great countries South America Are just beginning to develop. They Are in need the products our factories to develop their country and we should place the United states 111 a position As a nation to compete with other nations in supplying their wants. Some these countries Are receiving colonies from the United states which will at once place our government in the Lead in supplying their wants if this harrier is torn Down. Organize Campaign clubs everywhere. The Wool Tariff was passed in 1807, and never was changed until 1888, when it was changed by a Republican administration. Will the republicans please explain Why Wool ran Down in Price during this period from $1 per Pound to 35 cents per Pound with a protective Tariff in Force ? Wool has sold every year since that reduction from 33 to 35 cents. Wool brought As much per Pound before the War when there was no Tariff As it has brought in the last few years with a Tariff . Why is it ? it is the Supply and demand that regulates the Price. Leavenworth times an Independent paper with More than usual accuracy remarks that a the prohibition party has switched off from its crusade against the saloons and entered upon a Campaign against the Republican party. If it meets with no greater Success than it did against the saloons its attacks will not be very Mercury. The Republican party is now the free whisky party. Is it any wonder the Temperance party is after them. A circumstantial history the a Tippecanoe and Tyler too Campaign 1840, and the hard cider orgies indulged in by the old whig party to elect their president will not be useful to Aid in the election the grandson Gen. William it Epry Harrison. If they think so let them try it. The re Puli can party is its last legs and a a hard cider Campaign will not save it from dissolution. The Democrat party favors changing the present Tariff from 47 to 40 per cent. This is what republicans Call free Trade. The Republican party favors a reduction the internal Revenue whisky and tobacco rather than a reduction the necessaries life. Of How they love the poor Man give them cheap whisky and cheap tobacco. Little happenings. The fact is recalled that the phrase a dark horse first occurred in Disraeli a novel a the Young a the favorite was never heard the second favorite was never seen after the distance Post All the 10 to 1 were in the race and a dark horse which had never been thought rushed past the grand stand in sweeping the judicial convention will be held at Newark o., july 17th. Go to the Floral concert at music Hall this thursday evening. The Wagon Bridge that spans the River at canal Dover received a new coat paint this week. Amp By. Excursion to Cleveland. Chautuaqua Lake and viagra Falls wednesday july 25th. The Garfield Monument at Cleveland will he dedicated in october. It will Cost $200,000. Its height is 180 feet. Cleveland and Niagara Falls from All stations the c. Amp R. I. On wednesday july 25th. Tickets Good seven Days. Tell your friends about the excursion to Cleveland wednesday july 25th. Via c. Amp R. R. Through train. No change cars. The Young ladies the presbyterian Church this City will give a Floral concert at music Hall this thursday evening. Or. George Bowers who broke his Collar Bone in a fall from a Wagon a few Days ago is about again attending to business but has to carry his Arm in a Sling. The Floral concert to be Given by the Young ladies the presbyterian Church at music Hall this thursday evening promises to be the Best entertainment the season. It is new and novel. Five prisoners escaped from the Wooster jail last week in Day Light. They had broken the bars and got out the corridor then took up part the floor which let them into the cellar and then removed a grating and escaped. A heavy rain storm swept Over parts West Virgina Indiana and Missouri the 9th inst doing great damage to crops Bridges and culverts. Buildings suffered in some places. A heavy rain visited this Section the 9th, doing considerable damage to crops. Will Iam Kelly Claysville Wayne county went Hunting a few Days ago and when he discharged his gun the Breech flew out the piece Iron passing through his left Eye and out at the Back his left Temple. He will not live. The Reeves Iron cons works at canal Dover have been closed Down for a week for numerous repairs. The works will in All probability resume in a few Days. We understand there has been no trouble Between the company and men As regards the amalgamated scale. An excursion will be Given by the c. M. R. R. To Cleveland wednesday july 25th. Tickets Good seven lays. Low round trip rates from All stations. See nearest agent c. Amp R. R. For further information. Time trains leaving principal stations with round trip rates Are As follows canal Dover 11 a. M. And 4 p. M. Fare $2.00. Next Sabbath morning communion services will be held at the lutheran Church. In the evening Rev. E. W. Simon lately elected pastor the Church will be installed. Rev. G. M. Heindel Wooster president the East Ohio Synod and . L. M. Kuhns Canton will officiate. Services preparatory to the Celebration the lords supper will be held Friday evening. Every one is invited to All these services. A bold attempt at robbery was made monday night last at the residence mrs. Susan crites West front Street. The family except miss Nettie Are absent being a visit m the West. On the evening above mentioned miss crites in company with miss carry Marr Massillon and miss Lizzie Nelsch Bolivar who Are visiting with her retired about the usual hour. Nothing occurred until about 11 clock when they were awakened by hearing some one trying to open the windows Down stars and at the same time some one walk across the roof the Kitchen and begin hoisting one the windows the adjoining room to the one occupied by the Young ladies upstairs. Miss Marr walked into the room and seeing a Man at the window exclaimed a you Rascal getaway from that window what do you want a but received to answer but heard him step away from the window. The Young ladies then took Refuge in a front room up stairs and determined to watch out the window until some one passed and Call to them for help. They sat at the window until 1 Oclock when the Man the roof fell the shingles being wet and Slippery from the recent rain. The noise frightened the Young ladies and they screamed for help being afraid to leave the room. Neighbors soon gathered and the premises searched and a window found broken open the lower floor. About 2 clock . Glauser living in the next House hearing some one his Back porch shot at them twice. The neighbors assured the Young ladies that the robbers would not return and they again retired. But what were their feelings when about 3 clock they again heard some one grouping around in the dark in the Hall. The Young ladies ran screaming into another room and there they sat afraid to move waiting for Day Light. When it became Light they searched the House and found the window again broken open and the doors a Large wardrobe open which were closed when they retired. On exam ing the inside they could plainly see the wet foot prints a Man. When the neighbors searched the House they failed to look in the wardrobe and it is now known that one the burglars was concealed there and after waiting until he supposed they were asleep began to search the House for plunder but upon the Young ladies hearing him again and screaming he made his escape through the window fearing some one would come. As far As has been Learned nothing was taken. The Young ladies have provided themselves with revolves and if such an attempt should a occur again the burglars will be met with a piece cold Lead. A pointed letter. In response to an invitation by tammany Hall to attend the Celebration the 4th july the president wrote the following letter which is bristling with pointers to the Republican party and is indicative Cleveland a ability to grasp the questions the Day and Deal with them in an Able manner executive mansion \ Washington d. C., june 29. J a lion. James f. Lack grand Sachem a dear sir i regret that i am obliged to decline the courteous invitation which i have received to attend the Celebration by the tammany society the birthday our Republic the 4th Day july next. A the Zeal and enthusiasm with which your society celebrates this Day afford proof its steadfast patriotism As Well As its care for All that pertains to the advantage and Prosperity the people. I cannot doubt that the renewal a a love and Devotion to a pure jeffersonian democratic form government which you contemplate will suggest the inquiry whether the people Are receiving the benefits which Are due them under such a form government. These benefits Are not fully enjoyed when our citizens Are unnecessarily burdened and their earnings and incomes Are uselessly diminished under the pretext governmental support. Our government belongs to the people. They have decreed its purposes and it is their Clear right to demand that its Cost shall he limited by frugality and that its Burden expense shall be carefully limited by its actual needs and yet a useless and dangerous surplus in the National Treasury tells no other tale but extortion the part the government and a perversion the Peoples intention. A a in the midst our impetuous Enterprise and Blind Confidence in our destiny it is time to pause and study our condition. It is no sooner appreciated than the conviction must follow that the tribute exacted from the people should be diminished. The theories which Cloud the subject misleading honest men and the appeals to selfish interests which deceive the understanding make the Reform which should be easy a difficult task. Although those who propose a remedy for present evils have always been the friends american labor and though they declare this purpose to further its interests in All their efforts yet those who oppose Reform attempt to disturb our workingmen by the cry that their wages and their employment Are threatened. A a they advocate a system which benefits certain classes our citizens at the expense every Householder in the land a system which Breeds discontent because it permits the duplication wealth without corresponding recompense to labor which prevents the Opportunity to work by staffing production and limiting the area our markets and which enhances the Cost living beyond the labourer so hard earned wages. A the attempt is made to divert the attention the people from the evils such a scheme taxation by branding those who seek to Correct these evils As free traders and enemies our workingmen and our Industrial enterprises. This is so far from the truth that there should be no Chance for such deception to succeed. It behoves the american people while they rejoice in the anniversary the Day when their free government was declared to also reason together and determine that they will not be deprived the blessings and the benefits which their government should afford. A a yours very truly a a Grover what Michigan thinks about it. Clinton Independent the Issue is made up the democrats advocate the reduction the War Tariff and the repeal the duties raw material. The republicans want to continue the High Tariff rates everything but pauper labor and purpose to repeal the duty whiskey and , study the situation Well and vote for your own interest and that your fellow workers. Keep it before the people that the Republican p a form demands that a Hundred millions dollars a year be collected off the people through an unequal and unjust Tariff a Tariff that four years ago the same party declared demanded revision. Done to forget that this vast sum Money a aug from the necessities honest toil is in excess the needs the government. The adoption by the Republican convention at the eleventh hour a very mild Resolution to the effect that the Republican party was in a general Way in favor Temperance and other moral reforms was a Graceful thing to do. The thousand cases wine brought by the California delegation had All been consumed in the hot Endeavor to keep Cool. The Chicago Salon lists had put up the Price drinks and the River water was very bad. A therefore resolved 1�?� the new York in a very feel ing editorial admonishes the republicans the West to be watchful lest in the exuberance their enthusiasm for their nominees they Loose sight the Cardinal principles the party Viz a free whisky and tobacco and a tax never fear . Tribune the enthusiasm for the ticket in the West is not Strong enough to Hurt and the people will Sec to it that the principles and purposes the Republican party and their allies the trusts and monopolists Are not forgotten. _ All Young blood. It must not he forgotten that the St. Louis convention was a Young Many a convention a majority the delegates being Between Twenty five and forty years age. The men who Are to do the principal share the fighting in this Campaign Are not affected by the sectional issues Twenty five years ago. The civil War to them a Only a question history not a vendetta to be handed Down from Fathey son. We merely mention this fact for the Benefit governor i Oraker John Sherman and other a bloody shirt Argus. The presidents trip. Death Gene a Elliott. Or. H. T. Chittenden the proposed visit president Cleveland to Columbus. Hon. H. T. Chittenden w to As vice president the Ohio Centennial commission presented to president Cleveland an invitation to be present at the opening in Columbus september 4, the Centennial exposition returned from Washington bringing additional particulars the Good news hitherto published in this paper that president and mrs. Cleveland will undoubtedly give Columbus a visit. His report the Call upon the president is certainly very flattering to the Centennial commission. Or. Chittenden went to Washington carrying with him a letter invitation to the Centennial signed by judge Thurman As chairman the committee also a letter from judge and mrs. Thurman asking the president and his wife to visit them at their House in Columbus. It we As expected that if the invitation we As accepted the illustrious couple should remain with their Host and hostess and that . E. L. Hindman would tender them a reception in his elegant House at the Corner Broad Street and Lexington Avenue. Or. Chittenden was accompanied in his Call the president by congressman Outhwaite sex senator j. J. Sullivan Holmes county this state and mrs. Sullivan and her Little Hoy. The party were received in the Oval room the White House where a number senators and other illustrious men were awaiting audiences with the president. Or. Outhwaite who was evidently the most Friendly terms with the president introduced the members the party and . Chittenden presented the letters invitation and made a Strong statement the Case. The president was not Only affable and courteous but cordial and indulged his visitors with an audience half hour in length a much longer audience than he usually gives. When the subject the Centennial exposition was brought to his attention he showed interest As to its extent time and object and seemed to approve heartily the suggestion that he would come to the exposition As aiding the agriculturists the state to discharge the heavy debt which they have contracted in order to make the exposition a Success. Or. Chittenden Laid special stress the fact that the exposition was in no sense a Money making scheme that no individual corporation will receive any Money from it and that it is purely for the Benefit the agriculturalists manufacturers and business men the state generally and to show to the world the High degree prot ency in All the arts that Ohio has reached and what Progress she has made. This statement evidently pleased . Cleveland. He said he would like to come and expressed a Strong Hope Poming. He inquired As to the season and seemed to like the Prospect making the trip at a pleasant Cool time in the fall the year. Mrs. Cleveland was not present having gone to new York to receive her Mother from a european trip but the president in referring to her said a mrs. Cleveland will certainly come Witk me. She and i always take these trips . Chittenden also referred to the fact that the presidents distinguished competitor general Harrison had accepted an invitation to be present. The president said nothing at this statement but looked a Little knowing. In conclusion the president without committing himself irretrievably made such statements As to give Assurance that he would visit Columbus if nothing happened to prevent. He will not be present the opening Day but will come later and will probably after spending a couple Days in Columbus go to Cincinnati and from there to Louisville. A gentleman who is very close to the president and is very deep in his Confidence intimated As much to the Ohio gentlemen. The president bidding the party Adieu intimated that lie would give formal answer to the invitation by August 15, and at that time fix the Date his coming. Or. Outhwaite and . Sullivan Are both very much pleased with the presidents ready acceptance and Are sure that they will see him in Columbus in october. Or. Chittenden who being less a politician than the other gentlemen is not so Well fitted to interpret the signs in a politicians office is vey much gratified by the very pleasant impression Piade him by the presidents manner and also by the Confidence . Outhwaite and . Sullivan. He feels that there can be no doubt As to the presidents coming if it lies in his Power to make the trip. Dennison notes. From the n. Y. Tribune july 4. General Washington l. Elliott. United states army died suddenly heart disease at san Francisco Friday june 29th. In the office the Safe Deposit company that City which institution he was vice president. Gen. Elliott was a native Pennsylvania the Only son the late Commodore Jesse i. Elliott u. Navy. Entering the army As second Lieut the mounted Rifle regiment in 1846, he served in Gen. Scott a army in the mexican War and against the indians in what is now Wyoming territory Texas and new Mexico from 1847 to 1861. The outbreak the rebellion found him a Captain in the mounted rifles from which he was commissioned colonel the 2d Iowa Volunteer cavalry in 1861. In command the brigade composed the 2d Iowa and 2d Michigan cavalry he made the first cavalry raid the War behind Beauregard a army at Corinth and was promoted to be brigadier general volunteers therefor. Serving in the second Bull run Campaign 1862, he was thereafter in temporary command the department the Northwest during the Winter 1862-3, and in March 1863, was assigned to the command the first brigade 2d division 8th army corps in the Shenandoah Valley bringing off his command almost intact after cutting through the enemy a lines m the disastrous defeat Ofemi Royat Winchester va., june j5, 1863. Lie was then assigned to the command the third division 3d army corps army tiie Potomac and in october �?T63, the application generals Rosecrans and Geo. Ii. Thomas was ordered to the command the three cavalry divisions the army the Cumberland. Distinguishing himself in the East Tennessee Winter Campaign 1863-4 against Longstreet he commanded the cavalry Gen. Thomas a army during the Atlanta Campaign and when part it accompanied Gen. Sherman his March to the sea preferring service under general Thomas general Elliott was assigned to the command Sheridan sold 2d div., 4tli army corps at the head which he carried hoods works near the Overton House before Nashville. After tie Battle Nashville he was promoted to be Brevet major general it. Volunteers for distinguished gallantry in action. He remained in command this division till August 18g5, when he was assigned to the command the District Kansas Headquarters at fort Leavenworth and retained such until mustered out his Volunteer rank being afterwards promoted to the col Nelcy the first u. Cavalry. Having become unfit for Field duty Gen. Elliott was retired thirty years service at his own request in 1876, and resided in san Francisco till his death. In March 1866, he was one the selected officers the regular army promoted to be Brevet major general u. Army by recommendation the Board review composed generals Sherman Meade and Thomas detailed for such service. Gen. Elliott reside in Tuscarawas county j. D. Elliott sr., new Philada a and mrs. P. Baker and mrs. Fertig Dover being first cousins the . Times personal mention. Beau Loii paragraph. James Medler son John Medler Dennison was killed by the cars at Cleveland tuesday afternoon last. A serious Accident occurred in the Monarch mines near Denman last monday m Ping in which a lad about for teen years age a son Martin a a Myler West Uhrichsville had one his legs badly lacerated. It seems the boy fell in front a car loaded with Coal and before he could recover himself the wheels passed Over one his limbs stripping the flesh from it Between the knee and ankle. Fortunately no Bones were broken the Ipin pipes from the Reservoir to town and from the pump House to the Reservoir Are Laid and the excavation for the Large Basin Huston a Lull is nearly completed. Or. Riffle has the first Story the engine and pump House and residence already up and their completion is now Only a matter Short time. The main and Cou it ing pipes Are being rapidly distributed Over both towns and workmen Are putting them in place. The contractor thinks he will be Able to Supply Dennison with water by september 1st, and Uhrichsville by november 1st. Or. James Fisher sex editor the to Scarmeas Democrat was in town tuesday. _ prof. Welty Massillon Ohio spent a few Days in new Philadelphia the past week. Miss Eva Black left yesterday to visit friends in Kansas and will be gone All summer. Prof. Steeves from Harlem Springs Carroll co., is visiting at Arthur Smiths this City. J. T. Of Donnell p. Olmstead and c. Ii. Matthews started to div european trip monday . Thomas Milliard and wife Niks Ohio Are visiting relatives and friends in this City and Blakes Mills. Or. Hamilton Skinner who has been travelling through the state Michigan for a mercantile firm came Home saturday for q is weeks1 vacation. Or. Ii. K. Mitchell is spending a week with his daughters mrs. J. E. Sherrill and miss Mattie Mitchell at Danville Indiana. Miss Mitchell will accompany him in his return. Or a h. Read the Standard Henry Bowers and j. Ii. Mitchel canal Dover rated Shanesville the 4th. All parties did themselves credit. We have been informed by one who was present and who is a competent judge that editor read went beyond All expectation in his Effort that his speech in sentiment and language was not Only excellent but that it was delivered in Good style. We Are glad you kept up the reputation the press Bro. Read. Married. At Philipsburg it july 1888, by Rev. Wilson Leigey Coy win f. Miller , Indiana and miss Ida let. Of Fawver Philipsburg Ohio. At Baltic july 3, 1888, by Rev. Wilson Yeisley John w. Lint and miss Clara e. Berkey both Baltic Ohio. Quot if he asks for bread will be give him a Stone Quot grand old party a a my dear work Ingmen i can to let you have clothes it fo., because i am a protecting them but you shall have All the whisky you can drink and tobacco to Chew very cheap aesthetic Garden Floral concert under the auspices in he Young Peoples society the presbyterian Church at music Hall thursday evening. July 12th, at 8 clock. Program. Part i. The aesthetic Garden company Long live our company company pretty red big Sun lame tame Crane company part u. Fawn footed Nannie duet Man in the wild ten Little Good night to Young ladies military Drill. Admission Twenty five cents. A sad Accident. Joyful tidings. A very sad Accident occurred at Newcomerstown the 8th inst in which Little Edward Wilgus the two year old child . Frank Wilgus lost his life by growing. The family lives near the Ohio canal and the Mother the child had left the House and crossed the Stream to a neighbors House. It is supposed the Little child attempted to follow her and getting in the water was soon drowned. The Mother returned from the neighbors House but reaching the Bank the canal was horrified at seeing the child a Bonnet floating the water. The alarm was Given and search made for the Little one and in about half an hour its lifeless body was found the surface the Stream a few Hundred Yards from where it fell done to Experiment you cannot afford to waste time in experimenting when your lungs Are in danger. Consumption always seems at first Only a cold. Do not permit any dealer to impose upon von with some cheap imitation . Kings new discovery for consumption coughs and colds but he sure you get the genuine. Because he can make More profit lie my Tell you he has something just As Good just the same. Done to be deceived but insist upon getting . Kings new discovery which is guaranteed to give Relief in All Throat lung and Chest affections. Trial let bottles free at f. Miller a songs drug store. A Chance for a bargain. I will sell Trade my property situated in Shanesville Tuscarawas county consisting a new two Story Frame dwelling 24x36, finished in Good style. A business building 24x24, in two rooms one occupied by the Post office and the other suitable for a doctors office. A Good stable and All necessary out build Ings Good Well water and Cistern. Property is situate Corner Public Square. Would Trade for Stock groceries a Small farm. For information address it it. Law Baunii Shanesville 29tf unclaimed letters. Two lots 64x66, with Good two Story Frame dwelling 10 rooms All necessary outbuildings oud Well and Cistern and a Jodi cellar under the House. All kids fruit. Would sell As a whole Divide. On a Good Street in new Philadelphia. Terms very reasonable. Inquire at times office. 29tf the Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling Railroad company Are now running the following a Avenger trains sundays yi9 Fraino. 1 leaves Cleveland 6.15, a. In,., and Lorain 6 55 a. In., running South to Uhrichsville. Train no. 4 leaves Uhrichsville 2 10 p m., arriving at Cleveland 6 50 p. In., Lorain 6 35, stopping at All intermediate stations. No other passenger excursion trains Are run by the company sunday Cyrus Mcqueen Baltic Tuscarawas county a i Anding a full line a Phi Ncry this season and if you think buying an engine Thresher saw Mill Clover Huller Hydraulic press Wagon anything the kind write to him for circulars and prices it will pay you. 16tf . Win. Kelly Blakes Mills will be before the Republican county convention As a candidate for county commissioner and it it were possible for a Republican to be elected would make a very Good one. It has been stated that 31,250 extra barrels Beer were consumed in Chicago during the session the Republican convention. 10,000 lbs. Of Wool wanted for which x will pay full Market Price for the above amount. 25 John Burry. Of Long lost daughters a Hope that their return will Clear a clouded mind. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office july 9, 1888 mrs. Emma Ansley Baker miss Minnie mouser miss Mary e. Baker . K. Ortt . John linger . J. V. Faust . Bennie Neely . A. Nelson . Samuel Brannan . James Kelly. If not called for in fourteen Days will be sent to the dead letter office. E. 1. Degreif p. M. The undersigned hereby announces to the Public that be us 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 Lowers. Anything you wish for in my line you can obtain me for one half the Price usually asked by agents. 1 cordially ask you to patronize your Home nurseryman and Florist. Daniel Wyss. New Philadelphia Jan. 26. 5m6 lightning Rod frauds who have been fleecing the Farmers Over in Coshocton county have recently been plying their vacation successfully in Wayne county. They called at the House a Farmer living North Orrville and agreed to put rods his House and barn for $5, and to induce the Farmer to accept they off ered to take his note for thirty Days. They finished the Job and took the Farmers Nofe fur $5 and left. Not Long after the Farmer was surprised at being presented with a note Over his own signature for $500 by a banker a canal Dover which he had to pay. Jacksonian. Excursion rates. June 14, 15, 16, 17 18 and i the c. Amp Ray will sell at All stations excursion a jackets to Marietta and return at the Low rate one fare for the round trip. Tickets will let a Good for return passage up to and including july 23rd. Special trains will leave Marietta july 16, 17, 18 and 19, at 9 30 p. In., Railroad time for Cambridge and All intermediate Points. This will Fogo All ample time to witness the evening entertain meets 28w3 property for Sale. Youngstown Ohio july 7. Twenty Bloomer a Swiss labourer enlisted in the fourth Michigan infantry and leaving his wife and two Young daughters went to the front. On returning he found his wife in an Asylum and his daughters gone he knew not where. After a vain search he removed his wife from the Asylum and came Here where for Twenty years he has been engaged in mining Coal and caring for his demented wife. He did not relinquish the search for his daughters and to Day received a letter from the eldest one beginning with a my Long lost Darling its reception nearly killed him with Joy. The letter stated that she and her sister were employed in Detroit and had accidentally discovered that their parents were living. The daughters Francis and Mary Bloomer will arrive Here next week and it is believed their coming will restore their demented Mother. # Why the editor is thankful. His forms Are pied 11 is Type is ruined but his wife is gone and 1iknce he is 1iappy. Wooster it it Hio j uly 7. Ii. J. Monroe editor the Presuhn journal this county was Here to a and stated that his paper would not appear next week owing to the fact tha his forms had been pied and Type ruined by being pounded with a shooting stick and in the same breath he said that i wite had skipped for parts unknown and that she the hired girl had done the mischief before leaving. The woman has had three husbands and bears a very unsavoury reputation under tin name Jennie Colmor. She atom time conducted a notorious Maison d Joie in Wooster and she and her soiled doves were often shown up in a a i Light in local newspapers. Monroe has been living with her for four years but now declares be is delighted because she has flown. Water the tracks. Heavy Rains cause a suspension travel in Southern Texas. St. Louis mo., july 7. Advices from Southern Texas say terrible Rains during the past few Days have caused the washing out to. A track 011 the Southern Pacific Road Nen r Orange and Beaumont so that travel is completely blocked that line. Many Miles Are under water and in sonic places the water is nine feet deep it r the track. The Rivers Are still rising and the rain is not yet Over. The the damage is not known but it is believed travel will not be re Sunn 5 for several Days. One train passed Gers has been bound in at a very Snia i station with scant food supplies an i will no doubt need Relief very Soo. Which will have to be furnished by boats. What makes wages Low in Europe. Wages Are Low in Europe there is n it doubt about that. They Are pitiable Low and in Continental countries a apparently going lower yet. But Why those who say that it is because a mistaken economic policy in europ regarding imports forget that there is Only one european nation which do not maintain a protective Tariff the forget that the continent wages a lowest in these countries where Tariff Are highest and they forget that a through Europe the population num Bers hundreds people to the Squar mile. In this last fact lies the real explanation the Low wages Proi Tidence journal. Ice Cream supper. Mrs. Fred. Slagel Blakes Mills . Pertained quite a number her Sab Bath school friends j uly 2d, in Honor f. L. Neiderheiser who has lie i Secretary the E. Sunday school and a faithful worker for a number years and is about to leave for College to be gone some time. Or. Eide Heisei will be sadly missed by his Many friends. We wish him Success wherever he goes and Hope it will not be Long before he is with us again a Friend. A True estimate. Grover Cleveland has a Peculiar strength above any Man known to Public life. He is a Type the american. His strength is in dealing with affairs his Talent is common sense. He sees clearly and acts with vigor he goes to no extremes and makes no mistakes. In All his life he has never gone backward meeting with steady gaze each new situation and by successful dealing making himself heir to the higher. A Kansas pity times. The old romans record. In trying to discredit Thurman by denouncing his War record the bloody shirt organs Are gnawing at the toughest kind a file. There is nothing in the record judge Thurman at any period his life that is not creditable to him and it is the basis this record that he enjoys the veneration his party and the respect the peo Jde the United . Louis he Public. Lower Tariff will protect. Any schem let Tariff taxes will always incidentally Benefit manufacturers. The governments need for Revenue will always secure them Protection. In Short free Trade has no Chance in this country and so far As we Are aware has few advocates. A reduced Tariff is an absolute Baltimore Sun. Melons for mrs. Cleveland. Two sixty two Pound watermelons the heaviest the crop in South Western Georgia were expressed to mrs. Grover Cleveland. One was sent by the City Albany and the other by Reuben Jones Baker county. For Sale. A Well known Barber Sho it in canal Dover located factory Street near c. Amp p. Depot. For terms inquire Lewis b. Breisch

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