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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - July 26, 1888, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times publish cd 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 t. One Inch. 3 1 00 8 2 00 8 3 00 8 5 00 three inches. 2 00 5 00 t 50 15 00 six inches. I x i 50 12 50 22 50 half column. 5 x 12 50 22 50 40 no one column. H 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices five cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday july 26, 1888. Number 31. Official directory. District. Beriah Wilkins state senator. Common pleas judges. County Geo. W. Crites Foj. C. Ilance a. Peace Francis Ankney probate judge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. A. W. Yeagley James m. Patrick a. C. Donahey a. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. A. G. Neumann s. Rufer it w. E. Lash Surveyor. Infirmary directors. City. R. Benner 0.11. Hoover Ozias Delong a j. Porter mayor a Erk Eliiah Sirull marshal Philip Getzman Street commissioner Jacob Miller. C. C. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. R. 1�?~. Scott. Andrew Erwin. A Council names. A. Youngen. Same a Lii Ler. Henry Deible. Philip Doerfer. Daniel Krebs. S Milliken. Nieh Montag. S t Rennaker. Chai Leslly Ehlers Philip a Garver 0 c Fernsel. Daniel Richards Hugh t Al Booth. Pm read. William Brown. Adam Regula. David Breymeir Samuel c Kline. John Milone. F j Greene. J no w Lytle . C w Knisley. J r Mulvane. And Timmerman. T j Murphy. A .1 Lla Kinson l s Mckinney. T Richardson m s Wagner j l Baldwin t k Robinson. J i Gardner p ii Kuhn. Justices. Township. Post Offick. Auburn. Ragersville. Auburn. Ragersville. Bucks. Baltic. Bucks. Baltic. Clay. Lock no. 11 a Clay. Gnadenhutten. Dover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. Fair held. New Philada a. Fair held. Zoar station. Franklin. Strasburg. Franklin. 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Residence two doors South c a 1 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. 4syl prances rom la attorney at Law and notary Public. Office in the Mclane Block new Philadelphia Iii. John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 4.yl j h Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl 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 Hummel Block second Moor. T. W. Mcdermott d. V. S., honorary graduate Hie 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. I office Over Routzen Heiser a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio 4yl Babcock Hurd amp co., wholesale grocers 106 amp 103 water St., Cleveland. P. 11. Babcock i. Hurd jr., Babcock ii. A. Bishop Mcclelland Hurd wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co., limited grew York for the Sale their celebrated Alaroma and Bunola brands roasted Coffee. 2lyl the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms. Table first Elass. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the ears. Good livery in connection with the House. 9yl remodeler refitted and refurnished throw out new i Johnson t House. H. B. West manager 133 Superior Street Cleveland Ohio. Terms�?$1.50 to $2.00, according to room. Clerks bios. Ii. Case l. Golder. 52yl co c. I a i Jas v it 7 1 Ltd t. To 74 i 75 Eor h he a a v l it. T Cal a j p3 5 �-4 5 j Ltd a 5 in s h i a a a a Cal a i ii. It a a a a x a it a it a c a u j 3 j Ijar Quot a -3 cry $ a i w a a a. X As w in e m2 a f a i pc 2 i cad c a it a Pich Loo Esi cof a �?�5 a i a m a a Raj 1 Sieo Corr =5�?1. 5 if Isis i is ii c i 1 .3c to it 3 it. W �3 at Sig d x i 5�kos� y. A a cd 0 pc i f s amp 2 is 2 j 5 = 2 e h 7 1 2 a 1 u new Philadelphia times Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday july 26, 1888. Office in Hummel Block East High St., second floor. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 a clothe 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 3iremittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A i address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Democratic ticket jsr.ti03nt.r,. 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. Cr1tciifield. Of Holmes. For member Board Public works James Emmett Pike. Cont Ressi Ontal. For Congress sixteenth District James w. Owens Licking. Cott3ntty. 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 tie administration to recover tie 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 with All peo pie struggling to free themselves from the environment despotism and especially does thelo Gand 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. 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 t he 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 Hans Home at Xenia. We demand Liberal expenditures for these institutions adequate to the wants the state. Pensions p Laws. C. Sites amp c 20vrs. Practice la pensions amp Soldier claims. Success no fees. Send for new amp co., atty a Washington,. The Mills Tariff Bill has been ground out at last. Saturday last the Bill was placed upon its passage after slight amendments and corrections had been made. Or. Mills made a speech in support his Bill before it was submitted to a vote. The members the House were nearly All in their seats. The galleries were crowded with spectators. Or. Mills made an Able a fort in showing the justness the Hill and the Folly the republicans in calling it a free Trade Bill. There Are 325 members the house�?168 democrats 153 republicans and 4 independents. The a a yeast the Bill were 162, the a a nays 149. Fourteen were paired did not vote. Messes. Bliss Greenman and Merriman new York and Lowden Pennsylvania who Are democrats voted against the Bill. Three republicans voted for the Bill Brower North Carolina Fitch new York and Nelson Minnesota. Three independents voted for it Anderson Iowa Hopkins Vir Gina and Smith Wisconsin. One in dependent voted against it Nichols North Carolina. Foran Ohio did not vote. Beriah Wilkins kept within the party traces which was rather unexpected but we give him credit for it. The idea that England is favouring free Trade in the United states is non sence. If it was indeed True that it would cheapen articles manufacture to reduce the Tanto that would let the american in to compete with the English manufacturer in other markets the world which they now Supply. Free Trade in the United states would greatly curtail the English Market because americans Are Able to compete with them. American markets would consequently be increased. There is a difference Between Andrew Carnegie and the men who Are compelled to work for him and it is this one builds castles in Scotland and the other must build them in the air. Or. J. A. Buchanan addressed a democratic club meeting at new Comers town monday night. A very Large and enthusiastic crowd was in attendance. Five straight republicans signed the club roster and will support Cleveland and Thurman. Tariff Reform is doing it. The Wheeling amp Lake Erie railway have imported a lot italian labourers and put them to work the Extension from Bowerston to Wheeling. This shows How Well Republican fostered corporations love the american labourer. Harrison favors the foreigner that never intends to be a permanent citizen. There was a Large and enthusiastic democratic meeting at Grange Hill saturday night last held for the purpose organizing a club. J. H. Mitchell addressed the meeting the Tariff question. A great amount enthusiasm was displayed. Clay township will be deck with her full vote for Cleveland and Thurman. The democracy Oxford township organized a democratic club thursday evening last. Or. G. B. Smith was elected president c. Pollock and a. Lyons secretaries. There were ninety two names enrolled. The party in Oxford will be up and doing this fall and every democratic vote will be polled for Cleveland and Thurman. A stranger was speaking the Public Square at Carrollton thursday night last to a crowd the land and labor question and during his speech he a tread the toes republicans. The Republican listeners set up a howl for a Harrison a a a Protection and a rats a completely drowning out the speaker. The speaker called for the marshal. Several citizens who Are in favor free speech appealed to the officers the Law but the officers would not respond. The speaker left and went to his hotel. That is a specimen Republican free speech in a Republican county and state. On the 5th july John Sherman made a speech before the Board Trade in Cincinnati and in speaking the surplus in the Treasury said a a i want the Revenue Cut to the Standard the requirements the government the same As it was when 1 entered Congress thirty four years Why do not the g. O. P. Keep up with a honest John instead wanting to continue the surplus in the Treasury when it should be left with the people. For the Sake office the g. P. Clings to a Straw like a drowning Man. The Republican Senate talks putting alcohol used in the manufactures and in the arts the free list. Will the Republican Brethren please explain How the custom officers and internal Revenue collectors Are to know what it is to be used for whether it is used for such purpose except upon the statement the manufacturers ? this would be very Loose legislation indeed. It would induce fraudulent representation to evade the tax. It would be just As practical to put tobacco the free list for those who Are now in the habit using it to the exclusion those who May use it in the future As to put alcohol to be used for a specific thing the free list. It would be used for whatever purpose the purchaser saw fit to apply it. That idea is a hoodwink for the Temperance class. The Tariff Bill now that it has passed tiie House will no doubt be killed in the Senate. But the wave Reform will Roll whether the Bill gets through this session not. The vote this fall will keep it rolling until the american people Are freed from the Burden taxes and honest government is anchored at Washington. Education economic government has been steadily going since 1880, the Force which drove the Republican party in 1883 to realize the wants the people and while loth to give up the weapon a Protection cry a by which they won their last Victory they did curtail the Revenue tax to appease the Wrath the burdened taxpayer. But their peace offering was not sufficient. In 1884, the Republican party was partially overthrown. The presidential office and the House Congress Are in Harmony with the demands for an economical government. But the Senate yet remains a a As the dog in the Manger. A the one party democratic would Levy Tariff imports Only to raise Money for expenses and the other Republican levies it to help the manufacturers our own country at the expense Consumers. Farmers mechanics merchants common labourers preachers lawyers doctors you Are asked by the Republican party to let manufacturers and monopolists Rob you a Little longer. Will you do it the Farmer has no Protection. The foreigners have hooded Kansas Nebraska Iowa Dakota and Minnesota and the great Northwest and As tillers the soil have filled the markets with wheat and reduced its Price to 80 cents and thus the profits the Ohio Farmers Are reduced. You do not ask for Protection you believe in a free government but you Are asked to a heavy Revenue Tariff to protect such men As . Carnegie in his manufacturing steel rails. He came to this country poor and is now Worth $30,000,000. His greatest interests Are now in Europe and you Are asked to protect him. He is now making a tour Europe with James g. Blame. You must be taxed heavily Woolen goods to protect the Rich. You taxes what you consume. If a Farmer fails and is sold out by the sheriff nobody asks for Protection to save him from becoming a dependant. When he has been sold out and is struggling in poverty he is compelled to contribute his share the Tariff tax in proportion to what he can gather for consumption to keep his hungry family from starving. All to protect the Rich. Is it not High time to rebel against the burdensome Tariff. Vote with your interests and it will not be far in the future when your burdens will be lighter. Little happenings. Personal mention. The water Mains Are to be extended in one two portions the City. Two new Gas furnaces have been put in at the Reeves Iron works canal Dover. Our new Philadelphia base Ball club will play the Shanesville boys next saturday week. _ the Little 14 months old daughter Chas. White died monday night and was buried yesterday. Apple sauce is much improved by the addition a tablespoonful butter and requires less sugar. L r. Ii. H. Arnold has brought suit in the common pleas court to set aside the will his Mother. Born to . And mrs. John Campbell Goshen the 25th. Inst., a daughter. All doing Well. # the blast Furnace at canal Dover is now undergoing repair and it is said will resume in two weeks. The bicyclists this City to the number fifteen Twenty indulged in a a a run High Street saturday evening. The Cleveland and Thurman club Goshen township has 425 members enrolled already and will enrol Many More. Or. Maherg has purchased a part the Ada Taylor lot 3rd Street. 32x66 feet at $100 for the purpose erecting a dwelling thereon. A terrible collision occurred the Norfolk to Western Ray the 22ml inst killing ten persons outright. Loss to trains $100,000. Or. Samuel Stettler is lowering the floor in his store room and putting in a plate gloss front which will be quite an improvement to his building. The St. Josephus Catholic Church canal Dover will hold a grand fair and festival commencing about August 21st, and will probably continue for a week More. Some Are complaining about alleys privy vaults and other places about town becoming dangerous to health account their filthy condition. Start out the health officer. Considerable excitement was caused sunday evening by a Savage dog Light Between two Large canines West High Street Hie the animals was considerably injured. The Little excursion Steamer owned by canal Dover parties is doing a thriving business each sunday conveying excursion lists to the Island located five Miles up the River. The West Philadelphia Union Sabbath school held a picnic saturday in that Vicinity which was largely attended by the members the school and their friends. A pleasant time was had. A Bill passed the Senate saturday to Back at the expense the tax ers $1,000,000 which under Republican management the freedmen a Bank stole from coloured . The final meeting the committees appointed women a work for the i Ohio Centennial will he held at the office the reporter canal Dover saturday at 3.1 clock p. Commit tees who cannot attend in person Are i requested to report by letter. Committee. For Sale a will Trade for Good town property a 40 acre tract Good Hill land 30 acres it Good Timber 10 acres cleared no buildings. 4j foot vein Coal under the whole tract situated about 3 Miles North Trenton Tuscarawas county. For further information Call at the times office. A petition is being circulated at Columbus asking a commutation the sentence Blinky Morgan sentenced to be hanged August 3d. Many the leading business men signify their willingness to sign it. The indictment against Coughlin has been Ollied and the one against Robinson is Likely to be. The Cleveland amp Canton Ray co. Lias finally succeeded in placing a Large Block their Bonds with s. X. White amp co. Of new York also i. A. Evans a co., and the Maverick National Bank Boston. They Are a first and Only mortgage 191 Miles Road at the rate $12,500 per mile in addition to which the Bonds cover fifty two acres terminal property in Cleveland valued at $1,500,000. The Canton terminals Are estimated As being Worth $300,000. It is now stated that the Road will be widened within ninety Days. Work has been delayed somewhat by the unappreciative Money Market hut will now be pushed More Carrol chronicle four storms seemed to come together causing the Cloud Hurst and great storm at Wheeling. Many Homes were washed away entirely. Fifteen to Twenty lives were lost. All the Bridges in one county were washed out. Relief committees Are at work raising Means support for those who lost everything. The county commissioners met and appropriated $5,000 for the purpose relieving the wants the unfortunates. One sad incident that occurred was the drowning mrs. Nancy Johnson aged so. Her son left the House with some children for a place safety the water was Only ankle deep but before he could return for his Mother the water had risen Jin five minutes up to her neck. The water was so Strong he could not reach his Mother and was compelled to let her drown. Many people who were frightened by the noise the storm up the Valley fled to places safety and thus saved their lives. Or. J. D. Otis was in Uhrichsville tuesday. Mrs. Charley Dick is visiting in Cleveland. Miss Mary Baer Dover spent monday in this City. Quite a number our City people Sun Dayed at Zoar. Or. Joseph Maughiman Somerdale was in town monday. iss Ilo tense Hine leaves thursday for a visit to Cleveland. Mrs. James Spencer returned saturday from a visit to Flushing. Mrs. Ike Mitchell gave a Tea party to her friends monday evening. Miss Carrie Lahmer is visiting mrs. Howard White Cleveland. Or. Al. Harris has returned from a visit to his Home in Warren Ohio. Miss Annie Clarke Bridgeport is visiting miss Emma Welty this City. Miss Delia Connell Niles is visiting her brother Tom and wife this City. Or. Grant Mitchell Canton visited at his new Philadelphia Home sunday. Miss Mary e. Rohr Dundee is visiting at the residence j. H. Boothe this City. Mrs. T. Wolf is visiting her son and enjoying the Centennial exposition at Cincinnati. Rev. John Williams d. I wife and daughter East Liverpool >., Are visiting in this City. Miss Winnie Smith Uhrichsville returned Home tuesday after a pleasant visit in this City. Sound policy. Or. Hugh Patrick Chicago and Friend new York Are visiting the former a parents this City. Or. And mrs. E. L. Arnold and miss Irvine Baker came Down from Massillon for sunday last. Or. Byron Waite wife and children it. Vernon o., Are visiting a. T. Ready and wife this City. Miss Minnie Spence is visiting her sister mrs. Tipton and brother . J. A. Spence at Flushing this week. Or. Leroy Mcgregor and family spent sunday with . Collins his brother in Law at new Cumberland. Mrs. Samuel Price Clinton Henry county Missouri will spend a few weeks with relatives and friends in this City. Or. John Brown North 3rd Street is lying quite ill with dysentery. Or. Parks is attending. We Hope he will recover soon. Mrs. Buell mrs. Ann Beatey mrs. Abram Sargent and mrs. Joseph Hance started for magnetic Springs >., to be gone two weeks. Mrs. Raiff and miss Mildred Mayers who Haye been visiting Thos. Magee West Ray Street left for their Home in Millersburg tuesday. Mrs. Thos. Mccullough who has been visiting her brother at Niles ent word to her husband that their baby child is dangerously sick with cholera inf Antum. Miss Ida Schriver starts the latter part this week a pleasurable visiting and sight seeing trip expecting to take in the Cincinnati exposition before returning. Miss Nettie crites this City and her Young lady Friend miss Carrie Marr Massillon Are spending a week in Uhrichsville the guests . And mrs. Geo. Eckman. Or. Charles Zelner and family left tuesday for Green port new York state to visit an Uncle mrs. Zeliner for a couple weeks. Miss Lucy Degrief and father will also accompany them. Dora Zeliner Norman Senhauser . Mcdermott and Chas. Nagely left for Cincinnati tuesday to be present at the exposition Odd Fellows Day wednesday. They will return saturday. Mrs. Jessie Hinkle was suddenly called to her old Home at Middletown to be with her father who has been possibly mortally injured by a fracture the hip received by falling from a ladder. _ . J. Mckean Dundee a graduate the Ann Arbor Law school and a graduate the naval Academy Annapolis Maryland was in town tuesday calling friends. Or. Mckean is a Bright Young Man and will no doubt make Bis Mark in his chosen profession the Law. He will probably locate West. Miss Ella Lahmer gave a delightful Tea party monday evening to her lady friends. Those present were misses Nellie White Cleveland Florence Curry Toledo Anna English Kansas City Winnie Smith Uhrichsville Nano Booth Kate officer and Gertrude Spence this City. The Young gentlemen were invited for the evening. The great Andrew Jackson was a Man who believed in a a a government the people and for the in his Farwell address he gives utterance to his views concerning a burdensome Tariff that the people to Day would do Well to study and act upon from Jackson a Farewell address there is perhaps no one the Powers conferred the Federal government so liable to abuse As the taxing Power. The most productive and convenient sources Revenue were necessarily Given to it that it might be Able to perform the important duties imposed upon it and the taxes which it lays upon Commerce being concealed from the real payer in the Price the article they do not so readily attract the attention the people As smaller sums demanded from them directly by the tax gatherer. But the tax imposed articles enhances by so much the Price the commodity to the consumer and As Many these duties Are imposed articles necessity which Are daily used by the great body the people the Money raised from these imports is drawn from their pockets. Congress has no right under the Constitution to take Money from the people unless it be required to execute some one the specific Powers entrusted to the government and if they raise More than is necessary for such purpose it is an abuse the Power taxation and unjust and oppressive. It May indeed happen that the revenues will exceed the amount anticipated when the taxes were Laid. When however this is ascertained it is easy to reduce them and in such a ease it is unquestionably the duty the government to reduce them for no circumstances can justify it in assuming a Power not Given it by the Constitution nor in taking away the Money the people when it is not needed for the legitimate wants the government. Plain As these principles appear to be you will find that there is a constant Effort to induce the general government to go beyond the limits its taxing Power and to impose unnecessary burdens upon the people. Many powerful interests Are at work to procure heavy duties Commerce and to swell the Revenue beyond the real necessities the Public service and the country has already Felt the injurious effects their combined influence. They succeeded in obtaining a Tariff bearing most oppressively the agricultural and Labouring classes society and producing a Revenue that could not he usefully employed within the Range Powers conferred upon Congress and in order to fasten upon the people this unjust and unequal system taxation extravagant schemes internal improvement were got up in various quarters to squander Money and Purchase support. Do not allow yourselves my fellow citizens to he misled this subject. The Federal government cannot collect a surplus for such purposes without violating the principles the Constitution and assuming Powers which have not been granted. It is More Over a system injustice and if persisted in will inevitably Lead to corruption and must end in ruin. The surplus Revenue must be drawn from the pockets the people a from the Farmer the Mechanic and the Labouring classes society but who will receive it when distributed among the states where it is to he disposed by leading politicians who have friends to favor and political partisans to gratify it will certainly not he returned to those who paid it and who have most need it and Are honestly entitled to it. There is but one Safe Rule and that is to confine the general government rigidly within the sphere its appropriate duties. It has no Power to raise a Revenue impose taxes except for the purpose enumerated in the Constitution and if its income is found to exceed these wants it should be forthwith reduced and the burdens the people so far lightened. The Way they adm in Ster j ustice in Ashland. Married. At Baltic july 19th, by Rev. Wilson Yeisley . Calvin Everhart Chili it to miss Jennie n. Spencer Coshocton Harrison a letter. True to democracy. They counted without their Host which shows the desperation the Republican party to which they Are driven Sharon pa., july 17. Colonel James Carnes handed the following communication to the Leader yesterday afternoon for publication. Editor Leader the item published in the Pittsburgh press the 13th inst. That i had concluded account the Tariff to change to Harrison and Morton is wholly and maliciously false. Fifteen years experience in the Iron business have taught me that the True principle government in relation to the Tariff Are As set Forth by Grover Leveland in his message and affirmed by the democracy the United states in the St. Louis convention. I regard the democratic party As the safeguard the masses As against the interests a few and am satisfied that through its principles the millions labourers now enslaved will be Dis enthralled. I firmly believe that the creators the wealth our country As Well As the world Are entitled to the products their own toil. It is astonishing that the party Lincoln the Friend Mankind should he reduced to such extremities in its efforts to support corporate trusts and monopolistic interests As against the interests the people. The Campaign malicious liars so Early inaugurated indicates the hopelessness the Republican cause and guarantees the election Grover Cleveland and Allan g. Thurman and the Triumph democratic principles which have made us a people so great so powerful so prosperous that All the older nations the Earth look upon us with envy and count the Days their oppression and the robbery Man As almost ended. Jefferson uttered that immortal truth that a fall men Are created with inalienable rights among which Are life Liberty and the Pursuit the latter words this wonderful declaration appear to be but the re Echo the words the famous apostle the gentiles that a a god has made one blood All the people that dwell the face the Earth a which wire declared in the Areopagus Greece the most Learned Assembly the world. This is the vital principle the Campaign. I now declare myself As the Friend labor As i have always been and As a Democrat the unqualified enemy any party the policy which is to establish a plutocracy instead a democracy. Respectfully James Carnes. Pioneer Day at the Ohio Centennial. About local option. 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. The result the Mason murder trial at Ashland last week was one the worst miscarriages Justice that we have seen. It is a disgrace to Ashland county and a reproach upon Justice As administered by our courts that a Man who is clearly proven to be guilty murder should be permitted to go unpunished. We took an interest in this Case because we had met editor Reynolds the murdered Man and knew him Well enough by reputation to give him the respect due a clean honest Man who had fought bravely for his country and lost a limb in its defense. The history the Case shows that Reynolds and the Mason Brothers were bitter enemies. At a trial held in the office a country Justice the peace Reynolds and the masons met. A remark made by Reynolds was answered by c. D. Mason who sprang to his feet and raised a chair to hit Reynolds who up to this time had made no hostile demonstration. While Reynolds was defending himself with his Cane from c. D. Masons assault James r. Mason Drew a revolver and shot him Down. It was murder no matter what the jury said and the murderer should have suffered the penalty provided for such crimes. There Are Strong reasons for believing that the masons went there to kill Reynolds. The Ashland times says that after the jury had been chosen the Case was settled As the county had been canvassed and Only known friends the murderer were put the jury. The verdict causes much ill feeling and it is possible that further crime May Gazette i ii. Stout. Unclaimed letters. The following list unclaimed utters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office july 26, 1888 miss Ella Leisure miss Callie Maurer miss Lena Boho miss kit Hoffman miss Hattie Wenger 2, miss Lizzie Ruve naw mrs. Mary Deal John \ Aughn Davis 3, l. Blanchard j. Vaughn Davies Noah Shull j. H. in Kier mrs. J. Giggle James Riley esq., miss Minnie Twilight Levi Schwindaman mrs. Nannie Darner Mary a. Nelman miss Rosa Miller John figes. If not called for in fourteen Days will be sent to the dead letter office. E. P. Degreif p. The Board directors the Ohio Centennial have assigned thursday september 6th, As the special Day for the meeting the surviving Early set tit roof Ohio in the coliseum at the Centennial grounds. Especially is it desirable that All the men and women who have lived for seventy years in Ohio and who Are Able to attend should he present. There will meetings in the coliseum at 11 30 a. M., and 3 30 p. M., with Short addresses Brief reminiscences Pioneer life and old time music. The a old fog singing class a Logan county has promised to attend in a body and other a old folks con cirt music will add interest and Charm to the occasion. This will be the largest and most interesting meeting Ever held in the state and As a feature in the Celebration our first Centennial it will be the deepest interest to All our people. The generation that felled the forests and fenced the farms and built the Homes Ohio during the first half Century is fast passing away and a Peculiar interest in this Centennial year attaches to the romantic history made by this Noble army Pioneer men and women. This great re Union the Pioneer settlers the Buckeye state will be historic. No such significant and extensive re Union has Ever been held in the state. This Centennial year is in a sense the dividing line Between two Ages Between two generations men a and the gathering the surviving veterans the great Industrial army the first Century to he greeted and honoured by the men and women and by the boys and girls who Are Here to begin the work the second Century will be no common event. The romantic Story our Pioneer life will never grow old and in this reunion the refine sciences those Early Days and the songs the log Cabin Homes will bring the old times Back to us with All their Charm and it will he a Day to be remembered for a lifetime. County Centennial commissioners Are requested to notify and to promote the attendance All pioneers possible from their respective counties. And they Are further requested to furnish the commission with a certified let such pioneers in their respective counties As have been residents Ohio for seventy More years to All whom thus certified complimentary tickets will be issued by Secretary l. Ii. Bonham upon their personal application. Al Hurst director general. I. Ii. Bonham Secretary. All persons who have resided seventy years More in Tuscarawas county and who May desire to attend the grand exposition at Columbus will Send their names Ages and Post office addresses to a. A. Scott Secretary county Centennial commission anal Dover Ohio. J. Ii. Barnhill Joseph Kinsey w. W. Scott commissioners. -200,000 involved. The Chance a Railroad route Likely to cause much litigation. The following dispatch appears in the Pittsburgh commercial Gazette the 17th inst 11 Ope Dale o., july 16. Steps Are being taken to recover Stock subscriptions and damages done to farms by the action the managers the Wheeling amp Lake Erie railway in diverting the line from its original location via Hopedale. Should this be done the amount would reach at least two Hundred thousand dollars. Changing the general route the Road it is claimed vitiate subscriptions made from Hopedale to Navarre. The matter will be put in the hands attorneys in a few Days. A great Many have the idea that a vote is required first and with favourable result before a municipal corporation can pass an ordinance for the purpose enforcing the local option feature the Dow Law. This idea however is erroneous. A vote is not required unless the Council see fit to submit it to a vote in order to have an expression from the people and that expression could be taken by vote As often As the Council wanted it. There is no provision made by statute for a vote in municipal corporations for the expense holding the same. The Council May at any time pass an ordinance prohibiting the Sale May repeal the ordinance at any time they see fit without a Yote. The Power is vested wholly in the Council. The text the Law in relation to prohibition in incorporated towns is Page 161 volume 83, Laws Ohio and is As follows a any municipal corporation shall have full Power to regulate restrain and prohibit ale Beer and Porter houses and other places where intoxicating liquors Are sold at retail for any purpose in any Quantity other than As provided for in Section eight this act. But if any municipal corporation shall prohibit ale Beer and Porter houses other places where intoxicating liquors Are sold within the limits such corporation a ratable proportion the tax paid by the proprietors thereof for the unexpired portion the year shall be returned to such the act authorizing prohibition in townships outside any municipal incorporation is Page 55, Volumn 85, Ohio Laws and is As follows a a be it enacted by the general Assembly the state Ohio that whenever one fourth the qualified electors any township residing outside any municipal incorporation shall petition the trustees therefor for the privilege to determine by ballot whether the Sale intoxicating liquors As a beverage shall be prohibited within the limits such township and without the limits any such municipal incorporation such trustees shall order a special election for the purpose to he held at the usual place places for holding township elections and notice shall he Given and tie election conducted in All respects As provided by Law for the election township trustees and Only those electors shall he entitled to vote at such election who reside within the township and without the limits any such municipal a Friend from port Washington made inquiry us As to whether a vote can he taken in that town under two years a vote having been taken a few Days ago. If a sufficient number the Council Are in favor prohibiting the Sale an ordinance to that effect May be passed at any time according to Law to prohibit the Sale without regard to the vote lately taken in that town. The Council May refuse to pass the ordinance also where a vote has been taken and a majority in favor prohibition. If port Washington wants to have prohibition the place to make the fight is in the election coun Ihnen. The verdict unanimous. Fry a Valley. W b suit druggist Bippus ind., testifies a a 1 can recommend electric bitters As the very Best remedy. Every bottle sold has Given Relief in every Case. One Man took six bottles and was cured rheumatism ten years Abraham Hare druggist Bellville it Hio affirms a the Best Selling Medicine i have Ever handled in 20 years experience is electric thousands others have added their testimony so that the verdict is unanimous that electric bitters do cure All diseases the liver kidneys blood. Only a half Dollar a bottle at f c a i her a songs drug store. 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 Ali kinds climbing vines Small fruits grapes All kinds. Greenhouse plants and Flowers. Anything you wish for in my line you can obtain me for one half the Price usually asked by agents. I cordially ask you to patronize your Home nurseryman and Florist. Daniel Wyss. New Philadelphia Jan. 26. 5m6 excitement in Texas. Great excitement has been caused in the Vicinity Paris Texas by the remarkable recovery j. E. Corley who was so helpless he could not turn in bed raise his head everybody said he was dying consumption. A trial bottle . Kings new discovery was sent him. Finding Relief lie bought a Large bottle and a Box . Kings new life pills by the time he had taken two boxes pills and two bottles the discovery be was Well and bad gained in flesh thirty six pounds. Trial bottles this great discovery for consumption free at f c Miller a songs. Large bottles $1. _ property for Sale. News and huckleberries Are very scarce. Two three Green ones six dried and one Ripe. The a a hired hands song has been changed from a a work for the night is coming a to a a More rain More rest. A the schools the Valley will be under the direction Home Talent. Angel school by miss Allie Meyer Grange Hill by John Wenger and Church school by Frank Kaiser. All these teachers have taught several terms to the satisfaction All concerned. Surely Success will Crown their work m the approaching school year. The wife Samuel Fox who for some time has been very sick is now Able to attend to her duties again. Or. Henry Angel and wife Bucko a township paid a Home visit to relatives. Peter Heitor and wife port Washington have been making pleasant Calls in the Valley. Sylvanus Haupert is at present making his Home with his brother professor Haupert Dennison. The whole sunday school is pleased that Means have been raised to Purchase a Library. Only one thing More is needed to encourage the Good work done Here and that is by having a sunday school picnic in the Valley. To bring thus about lot the scholars agitate e matter until i have what we desired for Many years. The Twenty ninth birthday Fred j. Haupert was pleasantly celebrated by a Surprise party sunday last. While he was at Church All his friends and relatives assembled at his House and upon his arrival at Home was welcomed by the guests and reminded that it was Liis birthday. After a grand dinner the afternoon was spent in asocial manner. Fred May god so bless you and lengthen your life that you May enjoy Many pleasant birthdays was the wish All present. Sugarcreek. The township Board education met at this place the 21st inst., and accepted the work the new school building As far As gone with and also furnished furniture for the same. Andrew Rush who has been engaged working this Section the a. A c. Ray for several years took a sudden leave last week and went to Licking county where will be engaged at farm work. The Shanesville base Ball club and the new Philadelphia Grays played a the former place last saturday and tin game proved to be the Best Ever witnessed at Shanesville. They stood As follows scores Shanesville i n. P. Grays 5. Every body was up late sunday night to see the eclipse. The witling from Shanesville who attempted to make a reply in last weeks Issue the times to the correspond knee from this place two weeks ago merely sanctioned what we said about singing gave a Short sketch the Celebration called your correspondent from this place a few names and then called his frivolous writing a reply. There is a certain class people that when elected to any office even such an office As marshal a picnic entertain the idea that they Are goslings and look upon other people As egotistic to. Their imagination leads them away so far that they form ideas that other p it ple Are jealous them because the office they hold. God pit the poor mortals they can i help it. Transfers real estate. As Compili recorder lot 26. Two lots 04x00, with Good two Story Frame dwelling 10 rooms All necessary outbuildings Gix id 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 Philadelphia. Terms very reasonable. Inquire at times office. 29tf a Protection Paradise. <1 in the office till deeds a w Brown to the Board education 3-5 acres Goshen township $ it. Geo Betoche Al to Eredi a Lind lot 23, i Over $200. Geo Ayers to Miranda a Marki 27, Gnadenhutten $115. Geo Ayers to Edith Parrish 1< Gnadenhutten $115. Reas Eberhardt to Mary e Eberhardt 33-100 acres. New Philadelphia $800. The Board education to Jehu Crisswell part lot 22, Dover $45. Margaret Steffee it Al to Neely Morris 80 acres Perry township $3600. We Prysi to John Prysi 40 acres Warwick township $1200. Jieny Fowler to Mary m Yeager and Catharine Patterson 3.1 acres Mills township $75. Mary m Creager it Al to Jas l and. Ellen y Ward 1 acre and 152 perches Mill township $195. Samuel w Sherman to pc a St i. By co., 9-100 acres Chrich Softle $1. B c Williams to Minerva l link part lot 227, new Philadelphia $600. T e Gaskill to g Shaffer 12 acres Salem $1100. Nathan Swaim to we Harrison lot 8, West Chester $75. Thos j Brock to Rebecca and David Beltz 2 acres Mill township,$2. Market reports. Times office july 26, 1888. Flour Patent v bbl. $ a a a a i sack. A a Best family bbl. $ a a a Ember 1$ sack. A a a a new proc. Wheat to Bushel. Corny new Bushel. Oats new v Bushel. Rye v Bushel. Butter a Pound. Eggs dozen. Buckwheat flour 4 Pound. 20 30 45 20 50 85 65 35 a 14 14 04 China is the most highly protected country in the world. Common workmen there receive the munificent sign 2 cents a Day for t heir labor. For Sale Trade a Good five year old Ilam letonian Tuc Keyho stallion Well broke and gentle. Will give a 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 x will full Market Price for the Al it Ove amount. 25 John Burry. Ilam so Pound. And. V poum Quot it Pound shoulders sides lard tallow it Pound. Beef Quot it Pound. , Quot it barrel. White Lime a barrel. Akron cements Quot barrel. Calcined plaster Quot it barrel. Land plaster ton. A a a a a a aft barrel. Potatoes it Bushel new. Dried peaches a Pound. Rags Pound. Onions Quot it Bushel. Hay Quot it ton new. Timothy seed act Bushel. Wool. Fertilizers Quot Fet ton. Clover seed Quot Bushel. Dried apples Quot it Pound. Chickens�?1c Pound. Ducks a Pound. Turkeys a Pound. Geese apiece. 08 05 07 a 15 1 15 1 1 35 2 25 9 00 1 50 40 06 01 75 11 00 2 50 25 35 00 05 0o@06 06 07 40 4 50 three farms in Montgomery county kansas�?400 acres in ally will Trade for a Good Stock merchandise Price $6,000. Address lock Box 88 4, Independent Kas. 7tj

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