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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - July 19, 1888, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published Kekry 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. Space. One incl. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y . $ 1 00 $ 2 00 $ 3 00 s 5 00 2 00 6 00 7 50 15 00 3 00 t 50 12 50 22 50 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices five cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday july 19, 1888. Number 30. Official directory. District. Congress. State sauce common pleas peace county. a probate prosecuting m. Patrick in orig . Donalies Gil Riff. O. W. Bowers Aud Tov John w. Kinsey treasure John Meyers. commissioners ads Mues infirmary directors l. Krant Lee City. Daniel Korns. James 11. Morrow. Philip commissioner John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. C. C. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. B. Scott. Andrew Erwin. Mayor clerk marshal Council names. A. Youngen. Same a Bixler. Henry Deible. Philip Doerfer. Daniel Krebs. S Milliken. J w Newburg. Jos 11 Hostetler Nich Montag. 3 t Rennaker. C c Fernsel. Daniel Richards Hugh t Minnis. J 11 Booth. 1 11 read. William Brown. Adam Zegula. David Breymeir Samuel c Kline. John Milone. F j Greene. Jno w Lytle a re a c w Knisley. J r Mulvane. And Timmerman. T j Murphy. Jas Galbraeth. Wesley m Tracy Lewis c Zollars. T Richardson. M s Wagner. J l Baldwin. T k Robinson. J ii Gardner. R g Galbraith. Hiram Echman. Roff Coruthers Isaac couts. P ii Kuhn. Justices. Township. Post Opick. Auburn. Ragersville. Auburn. Ragersville. Rucks. Raltie. Rucks. Baltic. Clay. Lock no. 17. Clay. Gnadenhutten. Dover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. Fairfield. New Lii Liidi a. Fairfield. Zoar station. Franklin. Strasburg. Franklin. Strasburg. Goshen. New Philada a. Goshen. New Hilad a. Goshen. New Philada a. Goshen. New Philada a. Jefferson. Stone Creek. Jefferson. 44 Lawrence. Zoar Lawrence. Bolivar. Mill. Uhrichsville. Mill. Uhrichsville. Mill. Dennison. Oxford. Newcomerstown Oxford. Newcomerstown Perry. Cadwallader. Perry. Cadwallader. Rush. Tippecanoe. Rush. 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 Curt Rland Warren. Newcum Nidetch a Warwick. Tuscarawas. Warwick. Tuscarawas. Washington Albany. Washington la Eoli. Wayne. Dundee. Wayne. Dundee. York. New Philada a. York. Black band. New Phi Ladelphia times. Professional directory. Mrs. N. D. Richards m. D. Physician and surgeon new Philadelphia. Ohio. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 49yl . Parks m i it. Physician and surgeon. All Calls Dav night prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building. South Broadway. Residence two doors South c a p depot. 49 Jas. A. D. Richards. Jos. T. Mccullough. Richards amp Mccullough attorneys at Law 49yl new Philadelphia Ohio. By j w. Richards. Physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 46, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. Is i a trances Rumig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office i nit he Mclan e by Oak. New Philadelphia Ohio. John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Ali Ladelphia. Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 4<yl j 11 Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House. North Broadway. 47yl c Amuel 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 Hummel Block second hour. 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. A a office Over Loutzenheise re a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio 4yl Babcock Hurd amp co., wholesale grocers 106 amp 102 water St., Cleveland. H. Babcock ii. Hurd jr., Babcock. Ii. A. Bishop Mcclelland Hurd wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co., limited new York for the Sale their celebrated Alaroma and Bunola brands roasted Coffee. 24yl the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey. Proprietor. The House Lias 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 Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday july 19, 1888. Office in Lummel Block East High St., second floor. 1_ new % Johnson f House. H. B. West manager 133 Superior Street Cleveland Ohio. Tkrms�?81.50 to $2.00, according to room. Clerks 110s. Ii. Case. Ctr i cd h-5 �5 w m h �5 in w j it re w k 52yl in m do 1c sgt us is Quot a a hcs c 3l. Golder. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 a Psi x v it a Rex x a eco it a Felt w s a a h i yes a a so i 5 is i a amp to a a x a a my c c = cd i 5 x c 3 �3 5 s �9 a m j3 h Xii a h it h co it i-5 is a c a a us n i is �5< 3 3 it 6 to c a a in cloeoco�?1 a c-4 a a in c-4 3 Owji 5-4 a Jirlie 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 �T�5-remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post Offlee order to the address the proprietor. A a address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Democratic ticket it to Oise a a. For president the United states. Grover Cleveland for vice president Allen g. Thurman. State. For Secretary state Boston g. Young Marion. For supreme judge Lyman r. Critic Ifield. Of Holmes. For member Board Public works James Emmett Pike. C0ngressi03stal. 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. 1. Downey. The platform 1 Eso i j Itkis a co if c g ult us Cas 85 to a if .3 c it be 3 c a c5 a i As 2 a to m a a Sal Iii a t to 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 tie 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. 6. We Are in Hearty sympathy wit i 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 Wisnies 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. 8. 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 the same and for the opium so Home at Xenia. We demand Liberal expenditures for these institutions adequate to the wants the state. A be sic pensions 20yrs. Practice in pension amp Soldier claims. Success _ no fees. Send for new p Laws. C. M. Sites amp co., atty a Washington,. Over 40,000 italians were landed at new Yorkus a Castle Garden a last month and Over 25,000 them were sent West by their wealthy contractors to intercept an Universal demand throughout the West for an increase wages. We Are opposed to bringing the labor this country in Competition with the cheap lax Italy either by the importation the labourer himself by the free Trade methods Grover Cleveland and Bis graphic Kin Ley Kansas Republican. Your Standard bearer general Harrison differs from you very much in regard to the importation foreigners. He voted for the chinese immigration Bill. The class people that Are most damaging to american labor he is willing shall compete with americans. He was opposed to the chinese restriction Bell and voted against it. You cannot conscientiously support Ben. Larrison. The reference to the free Trade methods Grover Cleveland and his party . Editor Are erroneous. The democratic party Only asks in the Mills Bill for a reduction from -17 to 40 per cent. That is double what it was from 1840 to 1861. See in another column the views James a. Garfield As to the condition the country during that period Low Tariff. Some Republican papers Are claiming that reducing the Tariff increases the surplus. One in particular claims that by reason a reduction the Wool Tariff it increased the Revenue Wool from about five million to eleven million and thus increased the surplus. If that is True Why did the Republican party reduce it in 1883 ? Why did the party not increase the Tariff and shrink the surplus. There is something radically wrong with Republican consistency. _ the free Wool clause the Mills Bill was taken up and discussed the 16th inst. The Republican Side the House did not seem disposed to discuss that clause to a great extent. A vote was taken As to whether it should be retained the free list and which vote stood As follows in favor Wool being retained 011 the free list 120. Against Wool going 011 the free list 102. Majority 18. It is thought now that when the Bill is considered As a whole it will pass. Wilkins Foran and Sowden i�?~a., voted with the republicans. The Republican party must he hard up for motives in nominating Harrison for president to be run the sickly sentimentality that he had an illustrious Grandfather who is noted Only As being the Standard bearer in a hard cider Campaign. Many Good grandfathers Jive grandsons lying in a felons cell. The ancestry is a very poor recommendation outside personal Merit. Many the Republican papers Are gloating Over the fact that the millionaire a. Ii. Wade Cleveland is going to support Harrison and Morton. But when it is known that he has been 011 both sides the political Fence for Many years Back there is no glory in it after All. He supported Garfield in 1880, and Charley Foster for governor. Or. Wade is a capitalist. He owns Large Hank Stock and naturally would favor increased circulation the National Bank currency. He is also a heavy owner railway Stock and a Large stockholder in the Cleveland rolling null this Mill employs poles and slavs and other foreigners instead americans. He is that kind a grasping monopolist who finds favor in the Republican party. That eminent Republican James g. Blaine in his essay called the Paris message a uses the following language which to our mind in the Light the free whiskey platform the Republican party put them record in opposition to Temperance Reform a the tax pm we Pokey by the Federal government with its suppression All illicit distillation and consequent enhancement Price has been a powerful agent in the Temperance Reform by putting it beyond the reach so Many. To cheapen the Price whiskey is to increase its consumption enormously. There would be no sense in urging the Reform wrought by High License in Many the states if the National government neutralizes the Good effect by making whiskey within the reach every one at Twenty cents a the Republican party in framing the platform was very careful to use language that would not antagonize the Temperance party. A the Republican party would effect All needed reduction the National Revenue he repealing the taxes upon tobacco $30,000,000 and the tax upon spirits used in the arts and for mechanical purposes amounting to $23,000,000in All $43,000,000.�?� this Falls Short the surplus accumulated $140,000,000, by $87,000,000. A reduction spirits used in the arts and for mechanical purposes sounds very Well to the Temperance people. But when you lift the veil and find that the surplus would still he $87,000,000, and that if All the internal Revenue was taken off amounting to $117,000,000, leaving still $23,000,000 a surplus you can readily comprehend the following language in the platform a if there shall remain a larger Revenue after taking it off tobacco and spirits used in the arts and for mechanical purposes than is required for the wants the government we favor the entire repeal internal the party leaders Well knew that when the internal taxes were All taken off that there would have to he a reduction import duties to the amount $23,000,000. But if the party had openly declared in its platform in favor taking the tax off spirits entirely that it would meet with strenuous opposition by those who Are not in favor free whiskey. Free whiskey is what it Means and nothing else. Little happenings. The pipe works Are in operation again. The town Coshocton voted Down local option by 45 majority. One two canal boats have been the dry Dock near Lockport this week for repairs. The base Ball club this place have a paper in circulation soliciting funds to procure new uniforms. The Bridge spanning the River to Lockport is receiving a fresh application paint this week. The Reeves Iron co. At canal Dover have not yet begun operations As repairs Are not quite completed. The new Philadelphia rolling Mill operatives have signed the scale and the Mill will soon Start up again. Port Washington Lias a Fine hand and As a musical organization compares favourably with any other hand in the county. A coloured Man by the name Frank Stone was lynched at Pell City ala., the 14th for an attempted rape 011 a White woman. Sex speaker Samuel Randall is lying quite ill with Haemorrhage the bowels. He is now quite weak and his recovery is doubtful. Joseph Bell a Farmer living near Youngstown o., inhaled the dust from mixing Paris Green and Lime the 13th most. He became unconscious and died the next Day. At Maysville ky., a child was born a few Days ago that resembles a Turtle More than anything else. It is now three weeks old. Read what the official Organ the Ohio trades and labor assemblies has to say. The Dayton Workman says we could have supported judge Gresham for president because we believe he would have been president but for this reason his party would not have it so. They feared he would he president and they knew that he favored a reduction Tariff duties and was Down 011 the Railroad monopolists land Sharks and All kinds Public wreckers and was in favor equal and exact Justice to All men. That in Short he was the Friend labor and labor organizations and that Ben Harrison was opposed to what judge Gresham favored. Silence it is we say that the Republican party is in the hands monopoly and we Are fighting monopoly in the interest labor and we intend to keep at it. Cleveland is the Only president who has had the courage in the face Public opinion which is largely sentimental to Rise above party and discharge his duty regardless consequences. Personally we have no love for Grover Cleveland because he is a Democrat and we Are not hut the other hand he is president the United states and not president the democratic party. As a president he has been a Surprise and we must admit to us and to his party and to the Republican party if they would admit the truth he has done much better than even that party thought he would could do. If we could Only get away from the idiotic idea that 110 Man except he he our party has any Honor sense How much better would it he for us As a nation. Workingmen by voting with the democratic party now have it in their Power to Down monopoly which is now championed by the Republican party not by Choice but by Force circumstances. That Man is an idiot fool Knave who is not willing to see a reduction Tariff duties in this country when such a reduction will Benefit nine out every ten and the tenth Man will not be wronged but this iniquitous Tariff system is wringing the nine. Or. Salm the noted specialist in the diseases the nose ear Eye and Throat will be at Newcomerstown August 8th, Uhrichsville August 9th and new Philadelphia August 10th, 1s88. Or. John Judy and Daniel Richards had a a set to last week Over a bus iness matter. No Bones broken. Slightly bruised the j. P., and Judy paid the penalty with a five duller Fine. Newburgh citizens Are greatly excited Over a Gas find. The fourth Hole was sunk before Gas was found in paying quantities and was sunk deeper than the others. The other three Wells will now he sunk deeper. The Young Peoples society Christian Endeavor will hold a Lawn fete in the Yard . Joel Warners residence fast High Street thursday evening. The usual delicacies will lie served. All Are invited. The following marriage licenses have been granted Joseph h. Ii As Well and Mary c. Mettenberger Mark m. Graham and Flo Retta d. Pat in Adam Henderson and Anna reels John Dunlin and Mary Miller. A freight train crossing eel River in Indiana 011 the 14th inst the Bridge gave Way letting the train fall 20 feet into the River. Three men went Down with the wreck hut were not caught Hurt and succeeded in swimming ashore. The train was a total wreck. Foit Sale a will Trade for town lots House and lot and will pay difference if any 40 acres Good Timber land in Mcdonald county mo., situated about 4 Miles from the county seat. Timber would More than pay for the land. For information Call at times office. The Wheeling a Lake Erie Road Are pushing the grading through Harrison county toward the Ohio River. They have left the Survey by Way Hope Dale and adopted a line by Way Union Vale which is about Midway Between Cadiz and Hopedale. Cadiz will he three Miles from the station. It is very unfortunate for Cadiz that she did not get the Road. The members the hyperion society the presbyterian Church wish to return thanks to All those who assisted in any Way to make their aesthetic Garden concert a Success. They acknowledge courtesies received from All the newspapers the City and beg to make special mention their obligations to . J. L. Mcllvain for his Liberal donation hand Hills and to . J. A. Buchanan for his skilful instructions in the Young ladies military Drill. Or. John t. Clark Deersville Harrison county a highly respected citizen and for Many years one the leading merchants that place died saturday last Throat and lung trouble. He had a wide Field friends and acquaintances who Are grieved at the loss one so useful to the business world and to society. He was borne to his last resting place monday by his four Dutiful sons followed by a Large concourse people who came to do him Honor for the last time. The widow and four sons Are the survivors the once Happy family. We deeply sympathize with the living and cherish the memory the dead. In monday morning at about 3 clock the House Frederick Beitzel at the head Buckhorn Valley burned to the ground with All its contents. Or. Beitzel was aroused out his sleep by one his children and when awakened found his House in flames. He had barely time to save his children when the roof fell in and the Structure was a whole mass fire. The House was a new one being built about two years ago. The origin the fire cannot be accounted for hut it is supposed to be the work incendiaries. Or. Beitzel carried an insurance $700 the House and $300 the household goods wich but half covers the loss. Personal mention. Will Marks is visiting in our City. Or. A. R. Holmes p. O. Inspector Sun Dayed at Home. Will Knisely is visiting in Newcomerstown and Coshocton. Miss Carrie Geckler Cleveland is visiting her sister mrs. Helen Dick this City. _ miss Vinnie Smith Uhrichsville is visiting her Cousin miss Boothe 011 Ray Street. _ Albert Kail wife and daughter Uhrichsville visited friends in this City monday. Miss Daisy Mulvane Newcomerstown is visiting miss Jessie Buchanan fair St. Mrs. J. C. Joss and family returned Home saturday after a two weeks visit in Cleveland. Misses Nellie Lizzie and Mazie White Cleveland Are visiting at the residence John Coventry. Mrs. Emma work and Little daughter Massillon visited father Crooks several Days during the past week. Mrs. Or. J. M. Welsh Deersville Harrison county is the guest the editor the times this week. The misses cunning port Royal ky., Are visiting their aunt mrs. Latter Shell 011 East front Street. Virgil Degrief who has been suffering with pneumonia is convalescing. Or. And mrs. Degrief Are also better. Or. Battershell and family a lyrics Ville passed last Sabbath with his Mother mrs. Battershell in this City. Or. Albert Moore and family Mound Valley Kansas were the guests his brother the editor the times the past week. Or. And mrs. Jim English miss Anna and master Frank Kansas City mo., Are visiting a. Bates and family West High Street. Messes. C. F. Carnahan and w. C. Galvin Dennison j. E. Brooks j. E. Cartwright w. E. Gardner c. Stewart c. Murphy and f. Timmons East Liverpool. Ii. B. Loeckler Scio and Max Foster Uhrichsville were in attendance at the a leap year party Given by miss Boothe 011 West Kay Street july 16th. Last Sabbath evening Rev. Simon was installed pastor Emanuel a lutheran Church this City. Rev. Or. Kuhns Canton Rev. Kaufman Wadsworth >., . Keedy president Hagerstown Seminary md., Rev. Hindi Wooster and Rev Hooper Dover were present and assisted in the ceremony. The ministers the City were All there and the services were very impressive. The Church was crowded. Points for republicans. Now James a. Garfield stood the Tariff question in 1878. Or. George w. Spring Oldtown Valley and miss Eliza m. Thompson were married sunday evening july 8th, at the Exchange hotel port Washington. Rev. Arter that place performed the ceremony and an elegant supper was prepared by order the Young ladies that place. Or. Spring is one our Best Young men honest upright and a Dutiful son to father and Mother. Miss Thompson is an accomplished Young lady loved and respected by All who know her. This Union no doubt will prove a Happy one As both Are highly qualified for the duties life which will enable them to look upon the Bright Side every picture and strew life a pathway with Flowers. The two Young hearts full Joy sail out in the matrimonial bark upon the sea life buoyant with Hope and Joy carrying with them the Best wishes Many admiring friends. We bespeak for them Joy unbounded. The Floral concert Given by the presbyterian Church last thursday night was a decided Success and a very pleasing entertainment. Music Hall was Well filled with an appreciative audience that applauded the singers for their excellent work. The performers All did Well. Mrs. Ii. A. Mackaman and mrs. John b. Read performed their parts exceedingly Well and Are worthy special Praise. New Philadelphia can boast Able Home Talent in the musical Art and fitness for the stage. After the concert . J. A. Buchanan gave an exhibition in the Young ladies military Drill 011 the stage which was very Nice eliciting applause. They were almost As exact As Veteran soldiers. The Young ladies were neatly attired and were very attractive. Women Are proficient As men even in the military line. The occasion was a very Plesant one. Or. C. Q. Brown son John Brown new Philadelphia died Friday evening last congestion the brain and other troubles. Or. John Brown and son moved to new Philadelphia last year from Wes Pfiester. Of he deceased was a Young Man about 28 years age and to All appearances a Stout robust Man. He was a dentist by profession and from travelling from place to place in the South Eastern part the county did considerable walking. Joe overtaxed the system one Tys trips catching cold which brought an attack the Throat and lungs. Congestion the lungs followed which the physicians succeeded in overcoming when he was taken with congestion the brain. He lived hut about a week when he was relieved his suffering. He leaves a wife and two children. He was the last child . And mrs. John Brown which makes it indeed sad for them. He was an excellent Young Man a straight Forward upright citizen and a Christian a Meliher the presbyterian Church and highly respected by All who knew him. He was Laid to rest sunday in the Philadelphia cemetery. The bereaved wife and parents have the sympathy this Community. The wife is a daughter . G. A Johnston Westchester and an estimable lady. The following extract is taken from the speech James a. Garfield made in the House representatives March 6th, 1878, in reply to a pig Iron Kelley so speech. See congressional record pages 1525-6, volume 28, forty Jufith con Gress he pictures out the condition things under a Low Tariff 20 per cent average a a for the purpose my november speech i might have taken the whole decade from 1850 to 1860 As the Baseline from which to measure the relative amount currency needed before the War and now but i choose the year 1860 As the last year peace preceding the period War and inflation. I consider it a fact admitted by most everyone that 1860 was a year very general Prosperity hut As the gentleman denies it i will enumerate briefly a few the grounds which i made my statement. A a in 1860 the burdens National taxation were Light. All our revenues including Loans amounted Only to $76,-000,000. Our expenditure was $77,000,-000, and our whole Public debt hut $65,000,000. In the year 1s60 the tonnage our ships upon the seas was 5,353,868 tons which was More by 140,-000 tons than any other year our history before since. Two thirds our imports were then carried in american Bottoms As were also More than two thirds our exports. A a our exports that year reached the aggregate value $400,000,000, which was forty three and a half millions More than during any previous year. Our imports were three Hundred and sixty two millions decidedly More than any other year. And 1 make this statement the authority David a. Cells that in 1860 we were exporting to foreign countries More american manufactures than in any other year our history. In a table printed 011 Page 10 the report the special commissioner the Revenue for 1869, it appears that in 1860 there came to this country one Hundred and seventy nine thousand emigrants fifty eight thousand More than during the preceding year. A a As an exhibit the activity and Industry our people four thousand eight Hundred and Nineteen patents were issued at the Patent office in i860, 1,100 More than the average number for the three years preceding. In that year we built 1,846 Miles Railroad a slight increase above the preceding year. The it Ople the United states consumed 332,000 tons sugar in 1857, and in 1860 they consumed the enormous amount 464,000 tons More than in any other year our previous history. The mean annual consumption Tea in the United states which was sixteen million pounds in the decade ending with 1850, was Twenty seven million pounds in the decade ending with 1860. This certainly is an indication that the people had something to buy with. A a from 1831 to 1851 the Cotton crop the United states ranged from one million to two and one third million Bales per annul. In the year 1860 it had risen to the enormous crop 4,675,770 Bales almost one i lion More Bales than were Ever grown in the United states in any previous year our history. A a i find from the census report that in 1850 our wheat crop was one Hundred million bushels and in 1860 it was one Hundred and seventy three million bushels. In 1s50 we raised five Hundred and ninety two million bushels Corn in 1860, eight Hundred and thirty eight million bushels while in 1870 we raised but seven Hundred and sixty million bushels. The crop 1860 was seventy eight million bushels More than that 1870, and to ree Hundred and forty six millions More than that 1850. And so with several other the great cereals. The crop Barley for 1860 was three times that 1850. The crops Rye and buckwheat in 1860 exceeded those 1870, As Well As those 1850. A a in 1850 the value the american farms was three and one Quarter billions dollars in 1860 it was $6,645,-000,000 by the census an increase one Hundred in it three per cent while the population increased thirty five per cent during the decade. A the value farming implements in 1850 was $151,000,000 in 1s60 it was $246,000,000, an increase seventy per cent., while during the next decade it increased hut forty two per cent. From the statistics manufactures Given in the census i find that in 1860 nine Hundred and fifty seven thousand hands were employed in 1850, thirteen Hundred and eleven thousand. In 1850 the products manufactures amounted to $553,000,000 in 1s60, one billion nine Hundred thousand an increase 90 per cent., while population increased hut thirty five percent. The products our manufactures increased in that decade eight Hundred and seventy million dollars. But the gentleman tells 11s it was a year unusual distress. A the spoke the condition the Iron interest in that year. Let me Tell him what the Iron and steel associations say in their report for 1877. I find Page 28 that in 1860 there were brought from Lake Superior to our Mills in the East one Hundred and sixteen thousand tons Ore fifty one thousand tons More than in any other year our history. A a this is from an old debate buy eco the Gen Ewi from Pennsylvania and myself a debate that we had eight years ago when to justify his extreme views the Tariff which i do not hesitate to say have done the cause real Protection More harm than the doctrines the extreme free traders it was necessary for his argument to make it appear that because we then had a Low Tariff i860 was a year great distress. A a we can find ample ground for the sufficient Protection american manufacturers without distorting the his tory our country. The gentler and a position lays him open to the dangerous reply that if the Low Tariff and insufficient volume currency 1860 caused the alleged distress that year How will he account for what he admits the great distress 1877, with a much higher Tariff and three times the currency 1860 ? a the fact is . Chairman the de Cade from 1850 to 1860 was one peace and general Prosperity. The aggregate volume real and personal property in the United states in 1850 was in round millions seven billion one Hundred and thirty five million dollars in 1860 it was sixteen billion one Hundred and fifty nine million dollars a gain 126 per cent while the population increased but 35 per cent. Yet to suit a theory finance we Are told that 1s60 was a year great distress and depression business equated Only by the distress the present year. A a i hold that the facts i have recited establish in so far As anything can be established by statistics that the year 1860 was not Only a year general peace hut general Prosperity in the United states and the fact that there were frosts in some Fields the year before sheriff sales in Philadelphia and unemployed labourers near some the Mills not Only does not overturn the proofs 1 have submitted but these proofs show How limited were the disasters which the gentleman Tariff Bright lights. Tariff discussion. To engage in a debate in St. Louis Blaine and Carlisle to be followed by the lesser luminaries. St. Louis mo., july 14. The St. Louis legion Honor a benevolent society composed business and professional men and interested in social and educational matters is arranging for a big Tariff debate in september and october at music Hall. The intention is to have six addresses three 011 each Side. Speaker Carlisle and j48. G. Blaine have it is claimed been spoken to 011 the matter and Are disposed to accept the invitation to deliver two the addresses and Henry Watterson and s. Cox and . Mills Are counted 011 to furnish the other two speeches 011 the democratic Side and Foraker Mckinley and Reed the other two Republican addresses. All the addresses Are to he published in full and the electro Type plates Given to the Campaign committees both parties. Only members the legion Honor and their families and friends will he admitted. The legion numbers four thousand members the two great parties being about equally represented. Harrison and the chinese. Clinton Mich Independent we notice by the Public prints that it is declared by a prominent in Durnian that general Harrison the Republican nominee for the presidency said upon a certain occasion that a a a Dollar a Day and two meals Are Good enough for any if this he True then it is not strange that he noted in favor the chinese immigration Bill permitting this cheap labor to come to this country destroy the wages our american workingmen and then return to their country with their surplus earnings the whole transaction resulting 111 110 Good but 011 the other hand a detriment to the workingmen this country. What is now to he said about Benjamin Larrison May he briefly stated. He is unpopular 011 the Pacific coast because lie voted for the chinese immigration Hill and the people who have suffered from the invasion the celestial will he slow to elevate him to a place where his views the subject might work injury to the states alluded to. Or. Harrison was Defeated for re election to the Senate last year because the labor element Indiana was opposed to him. These Are very serious obstacles in . Harrison a Road toward the White House arid they arc not the Only most formidable ones. Imports merchandise. The imports for ten months ending april 30, 1888, and for the corresponding period the previous year show the following values 1887. 1888. Free duty.$192,445,309 $199,048,716 dutiable.379,976,388 401,384, a glance at the groups As classifieds taking the figures for 18s8 a shows that articles food live animals and crude materials which enter into the various processes Domestic Industry foot up free $178,285,564 paying duty $143,-436,381. Manufactured articles ready for use free $8,653,368 paying duty $116,383,327. Articles voluntary use luxuries Etc., free $3,586,460 paying duty $80,636,404. Prominent Michigan republicans go Back the platform. We learn from a Michigan Exchange that grand rapids political circles Are somewhat agitated by the open declarations . C. Hazeltine William Widdicomb g. M. Lemon and Joseph Martin All prominent republicans that City that they will vote the Cleveland ticket. They have always been staunch republicans and have stood High in social and political circles and Widdicomb was six years ago the Republican candidate for mayor. They say they cannot stand the Republican platform and have great admiration for Cleveland a business administration. Belvas All right. Belva Lockwood a head is level. She was 111 Cincinnati tuesday visiting the Centennial and though she is a candidate for president herself she is candid enough to Tell a reporter that Cleveland has proved a Good president and that he will he re elected. Harrison s letter. New Philadelphia l july 13, 1888. J to Hon. John a. Buchanan Etc Philadelphia Sir you Are hereby officially notified that the Cleveland and Thurman club Goshen township which you Are a member respectfully request you to deliver at its meetings a series lectures political topics you to select the subject and Date delivery. Yours respectfully m. V. Ream Sedy Cleveland Thurman club Goshen township. New Philadelphia 1 july 16, 1888. / m. V. Ream ksg., Sec a Etc. Dear a sir your communication the 13th, advising me the action the Cleveland and Thurman club Goshen township requesting me to deliver a series lectures political topics at its meetings is received. I accept the invitation the club and name Friday evening july 27th, As the Date the first lecture. In the Campaign upon which we have entered the people Are confronted by an enemy entrenched behind the Power monopoly trusts and combinations fostered and sheltered by a perversion the taxing Power the government under the false pretence and groveling idea that the american people with the richest land and the greatest natural resources that the Sun shines upon cannot earn a decent living without taxing themselves $120,000,000 per year More than is necessary to pay the expenses government and that a Large portion the earnings the toiling masses should he confiscated by tax Laws to insure princely fortunes to the few. The importance the subject demands every citizen the most thorough understanding its relation to the Industrial interests the country. It is to this subject that i shall devote my remarks before the club and Hope at least to arouse investigation by the wage earners if nothing More. Very truly yours Jno. A. Buchanan. A Man burning in midair. Real state transfers. Parkersburg w. Va., july 15. Manager j. E. May hew the Telephone Exchange this City was repairing a wire which had fallen across the wires the electric Light company today when the current was turned 011. It caught Mahew at the top the pole and shocked him into insensibility. He Hung forty feet above the Street jerking to and fro while his shirt caught fire and his flesh burned 111 View a crowd people. His assistant ran up the pole Cut the wires and brought Mahew Down. He is severely burned Al out the arms and body and it is feared fatally injured. The sight an insensible Man hanging in midair with his clothing 011 lire was horrible. Bla. Bold robbery. The work a cow boy in Kansas a he carries away Twenty thousand dollars. Hutchinson kan., july 14. A cow boy walked into the Bank la Junta at Twenty minutes past one clock this afternoon and covering Rufus Phillips the cashier with a revolver ordered him to drop All the funds the Hank into a hag he placed 011 the counter. The cashier complied with alacrity and the daring robber at once mounted his horse and escaped. The amount loss is variously estimated at from $16,000 to $20,000. There is no Clew to the robber. Greatly excited. We desire the average Workingman to read this i did vote with the great body republicans in the Senate against the chinese restriction Benjamin Harrison a letter february 29, 1888. A prominent Republican says this president Cleveland a Cleveland a Strong common sense and his Independent course have combined to make him Strong with the masses. They believe that he wants to act right and they know that not even partisan party ties can swerve him from what he believes to be right. A in the matter the application Blinkey Morgan the Board pardons refused to recommend a commutation sentence and unless the governor not a few the citizens new Philadelphia have recently become greatly excited Over the astounding facts that Many their friends who have been announced by their physicians As incurable and beyond All Hope a Bering with that dreaded monster consumption have been completely cured by . Kings new discovery for consumption the Only remedy that docs positively cure All Throat and lung diseases coughs colds asthma and bronchitis. Trial bottle free at f. C. Miller a songs drug store. Large bottles $1.00. 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. 5.m6 we notice some valuable improvements in our town this summer in the Way new residences. On East High steet Are the new residences . Mackaman and John Sharp. O11 West High Street . Jacob study is erecting a dwelling and business room and West fair Street . Cd brawn and mrs. Link Are building dwellings 011 water Street . Simon Beck is erecting a line dwelling. Let the Good work go 011 for the Benefit the labourers. General Boulanger and m. Floquet the chamber deputies in France quarrelled the 13th inst. A remark made by Boulanger resulted in a Duel with swords. Boulanger was knocked out by a thrust through the neck which May prove fatal. Floquet Lias a slight wound the hand. The French capital is greatly excited Over the affair. Dowager Empress Victoria widow Frederick Iii has an annual income $200,000, $40,000 which is derived from England. She will be obliged to make Germany her nominal residence and to visit Berlin every year. The fellow lately caught in Chicago and charged with having thirty two wives is a life Long Republican which fact accounts for the connection Between republicanism and mormonism. A Plain dealer. As compiled in the office the recorder deeds. John Seiber to Gotlieb Ashleman part lot 97, new Philadelphia $1600. Chasm Enesto Jacob Welty lot 469 new Philadelphia $1000. Lucretia Sanders to John w. Albaugh 160 acres Warren tp., $300. Wesley m. Tracy to John w. Albaugh 160 acres Warren township $360. John e Sanders to joint w. Albaugh 160 acres Warren township $306. Ruth a Logan to John f Logan lot 411 Uhrichsville $100. John Syler to Lewis Schumacher 60 acres Bucks township $2500. Geo t Lafferty to James Sproul 35 acres Rush $800. Cyrus stall to Cornelius Rinehart part lot 2, Lowville $500. John w Mcce to Catharine Mcfee 1 acre Salem $200. We ii Maberry to Jacob Hummel parts lots 85 and 86, new Cumberland $1200. John Douglass to Kobe a Vogenitz part lot 56, new Cumberland $488. John Dinning a exr a to Stephen Kinsey 8 acres Clay township $200. Lanson s Mckinney to John j Lebold 2j acres Sandy township $2000. Ili rain Williams to Alden 1 b Williams lot 4, North Somerdale $75. Florence Worcester 1 acre new Philadelphia $350. Levi l Dunlavey to Sylvenus Cox lot 290, Uhrichsville $525. Jonathan Reese to it it Samuel c Reese 101 50-100 acres Wayne township $10,-000. Catharine lint to John i lint 21.v acres Bucks township $1612.50. Peter Snyder it Al. To John i lint 2u acres Bucks township $7. Jos Mast to John d lint 21.1 acres Bucks township $1. Jas Fike to John i lint 214 acres Bucks township $2. Isaiah lint to John d lint 21 acres Bucks township $1. Daniel d lint to John i lint 214 acres Bucks township $1. Frank p lint to John d lint 214 acres Bucks township $1. Mary Ackerman to Andrew Grant lot 36, new Philadelphia $945. Daniel Thomas to Adam Thomas 18 acres Bucks township $1080. L l Travis to Fred a Myers 25.1 acres Auburn township $892.50. Eli e Travis to Fred a Myers 25 acres Auburn township $892.50. Thos. Mcdonnell to Daniel Mcdonnell 20 acres it Oxford township $500. E 11 Burrell to pc Nina c Mowl lots 2 and 3, Iff. Washington $50. Israel s Lappin to Anderson f Lap pin 9 55-100 acres Warren township $11 i a it. Leonidas Mckee to John Lauver lots 2 and 3, Dennison $180. John w Krou Etal to Lazarus Kennedy Lasij acres York township $1478. Ii e Espenschied to Peter Stilgenbauer 1 acre Bucks township $100. Geo e Campbell to Geo Glatfeltor lot 6, new Philadelphia $135. Alexander Mccullough to David Mccullough parts lots 117 and 118 Uhrichsville $1000. Robt Lyle to Daniel Zeak lots 3and 4 Dennison $385. W k Eckfel to a a line Lauver lot 26, Dennison $60. Geo f Tressell to Elizabeth Tressell 19 31-100 acres Warren township $1158. Hiram Williams to 11 p Williams 1-5 acre Fairfield township $75. 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 Stylo. A business building 24x24, in two rooms one occupied by tie Post office and the other suitable for a doctors office. A Good stable and All necessary out humid Ings Good Well water and Cistern. Property is situate Corner Public Square. Would Trade for Stock groceries a Small farm. For information address it. C. Lawi Augir Shanesville it. 29tt excursion rates. June 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19, the it. A m. Key will sell at All stations excursion tickets to Marietta and return at the Low rate one fare for the round trip. Tickets will he Good for retd passage up to and including july 23rd. Special trains will leave Marietta july 16, 17, 18 and 19, at 9 30 p. 111., Railroad time for Cambridge and All intermediate Points. Tins will give All ample time to witness the evening entertain ments. 2sw3 insure your live Stock. The Standard live Stock insurance company is doing a flourishing business in this Community is perfectly reliable and pays promptly. Kates insurance reasonable. Done to fail to Call 011 David Stine agent new Philadelphia Ohio for a circular and rates insurance. The Standard insures against death from disease Accident fire lightning. 25tf property for Sale. Two lots 61x66, with Good two Story Frame dwelling 10 rooms All necessary outbuildings Good Well and Cistern and a Good cellar under the House. All kinds fruit. Would sell As a whole Divide. On a Good Street in new Ali Ladelphia. Terms very reasonable. Inquire at times office. 29tf for Sale Exchange a business room and Stock general merchandise in a Good business town 600 inhabitants in a Rich Community in Tuscarawas county. Stock will invoice $3,000. Information can he had at the times office. Of for Sale Trade a Good five year old hambletonian Tuc Keyho stallion Well broke and gentle. Will give t bargain. For information inquire at the times office. Of for Sale. A Well known Barber shop in canal Dover located factory Street near c. Amp p. Depot. For terms inquire Lewis b. Breisch. 10,000 lbs. Of Wool wanted for which j will pay full Market Price for thu above amount. 25 John Burry

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