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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - June 14, 1888, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the a times Quot advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y . One Inch. A 1 00 8 2 m 8 3 my $ 5 00 three inches. 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 my j so 12 50 22 50 half column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 bus Ness notices five cents per line. Volume Iii. New Philadelphia o., thursday june 14, 1888. Number 25official directory. District. Congress. State senator. Common pleas judges. County. Representative. La rebate judge. Prosecuting attorney j clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Berlah Wilkins Leo. W. Orites j. C. Sauce a 1 j. Peace Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley tunes m. Patrick j. C. Donahey a. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. A. G. Neumann s. Tufer .1 w. E. Lash r. Renner 0. Ii. Hoover Ozias Delong 1 j. M. Porter l. City. Daniel Korns. James 11. Morrow Marshall ilm i is amp it John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. C. C. Welty Council Fletcher Douthitt. B. P. Scott. Justices. Names. Township. Post office. Youngen Auburn. Sanil Bixler Auburn. Henry Deible Bucks. Philip Doerfer. Bucks. Daniel Krebs Clay. it Mill Ike n Hay. J w Newburg Dover. Jos ii Hostetler Dover. Nich Montag Dover. t Rennaker Fairfield. Charlesll killers Fairfield. Philip a Garver Franklin. 0 c Fernsel Franklin. Daniel Richards Goshen. Hugh t Minnis. Goshen. J h Booth Goshen. P 11 read Goshen. William Brown. Jefferson. Adam Regula. Jefferson. David Breymeir Lawrence. Samuel c Kline Lawrence. John Milone Mill. F j Greene Mill. J no w Lytle . Mill. C w Knisley. Oxford. J k Mulvane Oxford. And Timmerman. Perry. T j Murphy. Perry. Jas Galbraeth Rush. T 11 Rankin. Rush. L a Cornett Salem. W j Haskinson Salem. L s Mckinney. Sandy. Wesley m Tracy Sandy. Lewis c Zollars. Sugar Creek. T Richardson. Sugar Creek. M s . J l Baldwin. Union. T k Robinson. Warren. J 11 Gardner Warren. It g Galbraith. Warwick. Hiram Echman Warwick. Robot Coruthers Washington 1 sure couts. Washington fames w Stoutt Wayne. John . William Kinsey York. P 11 York. Ragersville. Ragersville. Baltic. Baltic. Lock no. 17. Gnaden Lutten. I canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. New put lady a. station. Strasburg. Istra Burgh. New Philada a. New Lii lady a. New Lii lady a. New Phi lady a. Stone Creek. Zoar Bolivar. Uhrichsville. Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomerstown Newcomerstown Cadwallader. Cadwallader. I Tippecanoe. Gnaden Lutten. I port Washington port Washington Mineral City. Mineral City. Shanesville. Shanesville. Uhrichsville. Lees due. New Cuil Arlo Ilund new Unider a a Tuscarawas. Tuscarawas. Albany. 1�?~eoli. Dundee. Dundee. New Philada a. Black . Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday May 14, 1888. Office in Hummel Block East High St., second floor. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 Dur the 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 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Postof lice order to the address the proprietor. Is address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Democratic ticket3sr.tioisr.x. 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. Critchfield. Of Holmes. For member Board Public works James Emmett Pike. Cong yes Shontal. For Congress sixteenth District James w. Owens directory. Mrs. N. I. Richards m. Physician and surgeon new Philadelphia. Ohio. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 4�?~>yl by c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building. South Broadway. Residence two doors South 0 a 1�?T depot. 49 is. A. Richards. Jos. T. Mccullough. Richards amp Mccullough attorneys at Law 49yl new Philadelphia Ohio. T j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Qulice and residence no. 40, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 4�yi prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office in tie Mclane Block. New Philadelphia Ohio. John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. A professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47yl j ii Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Camuei 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 floor. Cote atty. For auditor John w. Kinsey. For commissioner Wesley Emerson. For infirmary director Lewis gel Dkl . For Coroner b. Downey. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt a Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat Saf action Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller so son. >y2babcock, Hurd amp co., wholesale grocers 106 a 10s water St., Cleveland. P ii Babcock 11. Hurd. Jr., Babcock. 11. A. Bishop Mcclelland Hurd. Wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co., limited new York for the Sale their celebrated aia Roina and Bunola brands roasted Coffee. H. Amp a. P. Lacey procure patents in the u. S., Canada and Europe 20 years experience. Preliminary examinations As to patentability inventions free. No attorney fees in Advance for obtaining u. Patents Bull instructions in patents terms Etc., sent free. Address it. A a. 1. Lacey Patent att is. Washington d. C. Lob. 2, �?T8sylt, w. Mcdermott d. V. S., honorary graduate the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats Al diseases Domestic animals. Surgery a specially. Horse dentistry neatly done. Carious Teeth removed it pays to keep a horses Teeth in Good condition. Spavins and ringtones Best treated by the actual cautery. Calls by Telegraph otherwise promptly an swered. Office Over Loutzenhiser s drug store new Philadelphia Ohio 4yl Mitchells dental rooms. Grant Mitchell d. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. City Block a new Philadelphia q. Oicer Rai Jfe a hardware store Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. Gas and Ether administered. Diseases the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1 the g1lsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. 9yl remodeler refitted and refurnished throw out a liar nailed to the Cross the Republican editor the Ohio Democrat in his Issue last week proved to the Public that he had 110 a self respect a As we had said he Long ago lost All he Ever possessed. He intimates that the editor the times had through some one import Ned the a moral Lepary the Ohio Democrat to cease lying us. Of no when we ask a cessation your a hog Wash a he so Humble As to go Send any one to even gaze your foul carcass the heavens will fall. You can apply your epithets and Call us a Forderer a murderer Highway robber any and All known to the category crimes. You were downed politically and you have no other Way to ease your depraved conscience than to commence your slanderous work. While we very much dislike newspaper controversy we feel it our duty when the defensive to notice the creature in charge the Ohio Democrat. We have charged no More than what we know to be True. You say we forged the name a respectable citizen Rush township upon receipts and raised a few paltry dollars Etc. Now Merrick we will give you a few pointers that will show How ridiculous you have made yourself and will enable the Public to determine a Heder you Are a liar not. On monday this week John Larmon was in new Philadelphia and we took the pains to Call his attention to the papers hearing his signature that you have paraded in the newspaper As forgeries and in the presence the hands in our office Hon. A. T. Ready and Daniel Richards Justice the peace Jarmon acknowledged having Given the receipt. He denied having said it was a forgery. But he had the audacity to deny the draft issued by the City Bank new Philadelphia and which draft he Harmon had endorsed Over to the Farmers and merchants Bank Uhrichsville and received the Money it which draft hears the stamp the Uhrichsville Bank. The draft was returned to the City Bank new Philadelphia in 18sg, in due business form through the third National Bank Philadelphia pa., and the Ohio National Cleveland and remained in the hands a. C. Browne president until since you begun your tirade. The president the City Bank will swear that it had John Harmony a endorsement it when it came Back to them. Now will you dare say that the Uhrichsville Hank forged John Harmony a none the Back that draft speak out you Coward and say who put that name there. That is getting it close to the Home your friends. Harmon says he never endorsed the draft and the draft bears the stamp this Uhrichsville Bank and was collected from the City Bank by the Uhrichsville Bank. Now defend Harmon against your friends if you dare any one who is interested enough to see whether you have led not can easily find out. Stand by your a respected citizen a and we will see what the Farmers amp merchants Bank Uhrichsville have to say in reply. Now that you have introduced the subject a a mortgaged concern a you will please say to your readers that . Irvine Zanesville mortgaged his own and his wife a real estate in Zanesville to raise the Money to buy the Ohio dem mock at and that you have hot a cent invested in it. Deny that will you ? you Are a a free Hooter a Merrick. Your Republican Brethren Are imploring you to come Back to the Republican party again. The editor the times recorder says he a would not be surprised to see you Baik in the Republican party again come Back Harry and feel yourself a Man you should heed your friends advice and go Back we have no use for mugwumps in Tuscarawas county. The democracy the whole United states have brought in a verdict against a a 1 Johnson i jul West manager 133 Superior Street Cleveland Ohio. V terms�?8f.50 to $2.60, according to room. Clerks hos. H. Case l. G0lder. 52yl the Louisiana legislature has reelected senator Gibson to succeed himself and Hon. E. White to succeed senator Eustis United states senators. This appears Fqy he a bad year for those congressmen and senators who oppose . . Yes it was in this District. Mugwumps Are in poor demand this year. Cleveland and Thurman do not even need their Yotes. Their dead carcasses Are now happenings. Our boys go in mass to Chippewa Lake june 20th. Everything grand that Day. About fifty horses in this Vicinity have the epizootic. Three have died the disease. Quarterly meeting will be held at the United Brethren Church june 24th, one week from sunday. Rev. . Sprinkle the presiding elder will preach morning and evening. Rev. A. Bower will occupy the pulpit at the United Brethren Church sunday morning and evening in Exchange Wotli the pastor who goes to new rum icy. There will be a supper and festival at d. J. Knisley a Friday and saturday evenings this week. Supper from 5 to 9 clock. Strawberries and Cream will be served. The supper will be held in the interest the it. B. Church. M. V. Ream one the delegates from this congressional District to the National convention was made the committeeman from Ohio to wait upon the president and inform him his re nomination. It is a High Honor and most worthily bestowed. A Coshocton Standard. While at Baltic last saturday we were impressed with the neat appearance that Little town and its business patronage. For a town with but one Railroad there is none in the county that can equal it in amount business. It Lias one the Best flouring Mills in the state doing an extensive business operated by the Troyer Bros. It has a Grain and shipping House kept by . Haas where Farmers can get the Best prices for their Grain and can also Purchase their Salt Lime and Cement at Bottom prices. Among the men engaged in business Areg. F. Schauwecker Charles Dresher and . Stephen dry Good merchants. F. Maurer dealer in clothing and gents furnishing goods. John 11. Wolf furniture dealer. J. Reinhart photographer. A. Goeler and W. Stilgenbauer stoves and tinware. g. Luke druggists. We. Lantz grocery and restaurant. Cyrus Mcqueen agricultural implements. J. J. Christner tile manufacturer. Adam Denzer and Domer Bros., blacksmiths. There is a first class hard Ware store hut we have forgotten the names the parties. Miller amp Schauwecker keep a lumber Yard and planning Mill. Messes. Bowman and Stephan each keep a hotel. A Good livery and several other branches business Are represented but not being acquainted with the parties we can not mention them this time. These parties Are a Active and thriving business men each and every one prepared to accommodate their customers in any thing in their line. This is what makes a town to have Good business men. The citizens Baltic and Community Are Well informed and industrious people and we Are highly pleased to find so Many subscribers to the times among them. The Case the state Ohio is Michael Galvin charging murder in the 2nd degree was begun in common pleas court monday. The following jurors were Imp annexed Mathias fish Henry j. Miller Samuel Mizer Lewis Sliffe Jas. A. Slingluff Howard Gooding e. Pocock Jacob Gebhart Simon Mun Mia Nicholas wherrett James Rankin and Joshua Gooding. At the request the defendant the jury was permitted to go to Dennison to View the place where the shooting occurred and monday afternoon the jury men were taken to Dennison in company with the sheriff returning monday evening. The history the Case is about As follows in february last marshal Mizer Dennison called Michael Galvin to assist him in arresting Charles Canter who had been raising a disturbance at the House a mrs. Alexander. The officer and Galvin searched the Alexander House but failed to find him there. They then went to another House and found that Canter had been there and had got into a quarrel with a conductor and had shot three times at him one shot striking the stove pipe one the Zinc the Wall and another the wainscoting. Some time later they Learned that banter was at Bovey a restaurant. The officer and Galvin went to the restaurant and As the marshal stepped in some one notified Canter and he Rati out near where Galvin stood quite a number following. Several shots were fired As Canter ran one shot striking him in the lower part the body. Canter was found in the Alexander House about p2 clock where he had gone after lying out a Little while the ground some distance from where the shooting occurred. He died from the wound two Days later. The evidence shows that Canter was drunk and was desperate in disposition and while in the lunch room took his revolver out his pocket and Laid it the counter saying that if the marshal came to arrest him he would shoot him. The defense claims that Galvin was deputized by marshal Mizer to assist in the arrest and the shot that struck Canter was not fired by Galvin. The Ball found in the body does not fit the revolver found Galvin and is a Strong Point in his favor although some testimony tends to show that Galvin fired the shot that took effect. But even though it would be clearly shown that Galvin fired the fatal shot the question is did Galvin go too far in halting him and then firing when the party he was pursuing had twice previously the same evening been guilty using his revolver in attempting to kill others. Would not the conduct Canter warrant extreme measures the part the officers this is a question that will have much to do with the Case. Great scope has been allowed officers in arresting desperate characters. While Canter a life was As Clear to him As that any one and the occurrence is much to be regretted and should be a warning off pers to be careful in the use weapons and Only use them when absolutely necessary is it necessary to blast the happiness and take away the support a family children under such circumstances by sending Galvin to the Penitentiary ? Charity has claims in the defendants favor As Well and Public sentiment Calls for his happenings. The excursion the season june 20. Grand excursion june 20th, to Chippewa Lake. J. Foster Wilkin has a Young visitors a girls arrived this week. A Young lawyer appeared at the residence Joseph Mccullough tuesday. John Bigler a House was struck by lightning last saturday. Slightly damaged. Wait for the excursion to Chippewa the 20th, for a Good time. This will be the event the season at Chippewa. Prof. C. C. Forney lost his Fine driving horse sunday night. Died epizootic and other troubles. The Wool Market has not opened up yet none having been offered in Market at new Philadelphia. Carpenters and builders will please read a a notice to contractors a our fourth Page. It is for bids for the building a Church at port Washington. The court House clock and Bell is being placed in position this week and will soon beneath the Scales Justice be measuring time for the wayfaring pilgrims this world. Thirty four counties this state has been empowered by the legislature to expend $1,000 each in making an exhibition at the Columbus Centennial. Dennis Mcginty a leading member the tammany Hall crowd from new York was missed their arrival Home from St. Louis and cannot be found. The police in St. Louis have been notified but nothing has yet been heard the missing Man. Jacob Ransom a labourer the c. Amp a. C. Ray near Warsaw Coshocton county Ohio was murdered and robbed june 7th. The supposition is that Frank Hale coloured did the deed. The Cincinnati officials fail to endorse tie Owen sunday Law. Saloon men openly violate the Law. There seems to be no sentiment to Back the people. Many arrests Are made but dilatory pleas Are so numerous and Justice staved off until the Law is practically a dead letter so far As Cincinnati is concerned. Sneak thieves got into the cellar . Kirby East front Street saturday night last stole a Crock lard and other things then went to the Chicken House which was locked pried off a Board stole twelve chickens and after beheading them skipped with the Booty. People should he prepared with a double barrelled shot gun for the reception such chaps. The uniform rank k. Of p., will run an excursion from Uhrichsville to Chippewa Lake wednesday june 20th. There will be a grand exhibition Drill the knights pythias also a grand band musical concert. The boys have control the dancing Pavillion that Day and will give a Ball the music to tie furnished by Knisely a Well drilled orchestra. A grand Good time is anticipated. Every body invited to go and enjoy a Day pleasure. Ohio conies to the front with a dastardly attempt at train robbery. Four masked men attempted to Rob the big four train at Delhi about twelve Miles our from Cincinnati. Two them attacked the baggage car As Joseph k. Ketchem baggage master appeared at the door. They shot him three times. Two attacked the Engineer and fireman but were Defeated in their efforts to take them in. One was knocked from the engine and the others became frightened jumped the train and ran away. Ketchem died from the wounds received. Detectives Are at work Hunting the villains Down. Akron is soon to be furnished with fuel Gas. A $175,000 Plant is to be established by a local Stock company. Why not have a similar Plant Here and Supply the town with fuel Gas and our manufacturing establishments also. We have Many capitalists Here who could employ their Means in that Way and bring in Large returns. The Farmer who will cling to the Grain Cradle and mowing scythe can not keep Pace with his neighbor who uses the Money saving and labor saving machinery the present Day. Likewise the towns that oppose improvement will be left behind with business stagnated to stand still decrease in population while other towns perhaps less favored naturally Rise up to be prosperous cities. The new Philadelphia High school held its 23rd annual commencement Friday evening last. Fie Hall was packed to its full capacity with friends the class visitors and the people new Philadelphia and sister towns. The greatest interest was seemingly manifested. The class numbered fifteen Young ladies and gentlemen All whom gave evidence mental culture highly creditable to them. Their performances reflect credit upon the teachers our schools As having brought up the youth trained to thought and deep research. To speak each one individually would require much space and we will not attempt it but to the class As a whole we would say you acquitted yourselves Well that you Merit Praise for your efforts at school your attentiveness to study and your fund knowledge gained scored in tie mind. Let your Good work go there is yet a wide Field before you to explore. The interest taken such occasions by the citizens serve As a stimulant to greater exertion to the youth at school and an encouragement to the teacher. As these Young people go Forth to Battle the sea life they will never regret the labor spent their books. May their lot Ever be pleasant and their efforts crowned with mention. Miss Cora Kaderly this City passed last Sabbath with her Uncle n. Kaderly and family near Dennison. Miss May Erwin and mrs. Ella Erwin Canton spent a couple Days with mrs. Chas. Williams this City. M. V. Ream Delegate to the St. Louis convention returned Home saturday. Or. Ream was highly pleased with his trip. _ Geo. W. Spring old town Valley spent the past week in it. Vernon business. Or. Spring is a business Young Man. _ miss Maggie Deaser one Dover a charming Young ladies spent a few Days in this City the guest . And mrs. James Rogers. Or. And mrs. Geo. Kreiter and . And mrs. Jno. Strick Macher canal Dover spent sunday with Jos. Strick Macher and wife. Or. Geo. E. Campbell left monday last for a couple month s visit with relatives and friends in Belfast Ireland. We wish him a Safe return. Or. And mrs. Charles tinker Ashtabula City father and Mother . G. L. Tinker this City spent a few Days the past week with their son. John a. Himes left for St. Louis tuesday to attend the Saeng Eibest. John lived in St. Louis several years and it is like Home to him and his visit will be highly enjoyed. Mrs. L. A. Dickinson Nee Fannie a it liner and baby Freemont Ohio with her neice Jennie Mitchner is visiting at the residence Jesse d. Elliott and other friends in this City. Percy r. Browne left this week for Steubenville from whence he goes to Atlantic City the coast to take a sea hath and spend a few weeks. Percy is a Good boy anti we wish him a Good time _ m iss Ella Reidenbaugh Boston mass., who Lias been visiting friends in this City the past three weeks spent several Days last week with her Friend miss Mary Schweitzer hummels Valley. Married. Cronebach a her the lutheran Church at Phillipsburg o., june 3d, by Rev. Wilson Yeisley . C. L. Cronebach port Washington o., to m iss Mary Wherley Phillipsburg Died. Sadie the three year old daughter . Geo. Morgan this City died saturday last lung fever. She was a Bright and interesting child and will he greatly missed in the family. Her remains were interred in the new Philadelphia cemetery monday afternoon. Johnie Kaiser son John Kaiser Ray Street died Friday afternoon last about 3 clock St. Vitas dance and other troubles. He was an Only son a quiet disposition and an industrious Young Man. He had been sick a year More but bore his sufferings with Christian patience. He died in his twentieth year. Or. Kaiser father the Young Man is Well known being an old Soldier and member the g. A. Post. The funeral took place sunday Rev. Cook and Rev. Accolla officiating and was largely attended. Harmony in . Voorhees says the Sqq seers Are solid for Thurman. Terre haute ind., june 11. Senator Voorhees is at his Home for a few Days and thus comments the democratic nominations a the ticket will commend itself More and More every Day to the Best judgment the country. Within the last fifty years no Man in the White House has inspired the american people with greater Confidence in his courage capacity and honesty than Grover Cleveland. 1 worked for the nomination gov. Gray yet the name Allen g. Thurman is dear to us All and he will have the support every Democrat ill the state. Neither governor Gray nor any his friends will falter for a moment and from this time until november the democratic party Indiana will set an example United Harmony which will unite the party and that other states will do Well to imitate. In my opinion we will carry James g. Blaine in his a a Twenty years Congress a says senator Thurman a this rank in the Senate was established from the Day he took his seat and was never lowered during the period his service. He was an admirably disciplined Deb toy was fair in his method statement logical in his argument honest in his conclusions. He had no tricks in discussion no catch phrases to secure attention but was always direct and Manly. His mind was not pre occupied and engrossed with political contests with affairs state. His retirement from the Senate was a serious loss to his party a loss indeed to the body. He left behind him the respect All with whom he had been associated during his twelve years honorable unclaimed letters. The raising the new school building took place last saturday. Miss Sadie Gordon and mrs. Ervin Fulton were taken seriously ill last wednesday but we Are glad to say they Are again Able to be about. Or. And mrs. Byler Pennsylvania Are visiting friends and relatives at this place. C. Keasli paid a visit to his family at this place Over sunday. The base Ball clubs Shanesville and new Carlisle played at the former place last saturday. The game stood As follows scores a Shanesville 23 new Carlisle 9. Whitewashes Shanesville 2 new Carlisle 3. Next saturday the Shanesville and Winesburgh clubs will play at the latter place. Frank Miller one Indiana a most successful school teachers has been visiting Here for some time and expects to stay Here until the beginning the next school year in Indiana. He has taught four terms in the Hoosier state and three those were at the same school. This Speaks Well Frank and we Hope that he will Prosper in his work. A worthy compliment. Hon. Allen g. Thurman in response to the press delegation and others at Columbus when called upon after his nomination Speaks president Cleveland As follows a a there scarcely Ever happened in the history this world a Sublime spectacle than the re nomination Grover Cleveland by the unanimous voice the convention. Great applause and now i say you did a Wise thing in that a patriotic thing in that. The people the United states love a Brave Man and Cleveland is a Brave Man they love an honest Man and god knows he is an honest Man they love a Man Good sound judgment and i do not know any Man sounder judgment than his they love a Man who stands up for the people who stands up for principle and does not fear to take the consequences and such a Man is Grover Cleveland. Gentlemen it will be an Honor to every Man that St. Louis convention As Long As he lives that he was there to cast his vote for this worthy president the United states. Now i thank you and will bid you great applause from Day to Day is i r. M. Salm the Well known Oculi St and aul is the Germania infirmary Columbus adding new laurels to his already grate Fame As being the finest specialist in his line Viz diseases the Eye ear nose Throat and lungs. But when we consider that this physician has devoted a lifetime to it it is no wonder that his Success is so marvelous. His dexterity is wonderful lie uses his left hand with same skill As his right and henceforth his name As a lightning the doctor makes a Cross Eye operation in less than one minute Cataract in less than three tumor lid in two removes polyps in tonsils in correspondingly Quick time. L r. Salm is also an author great note and among his writings nothing has Ever gained the attention the profession As much As a tobacco and alcohol and their effects upon the eyesight a a four amputations the Eye Ball a Etc., Etc. We believe . Salm to be a conscientious gentleman and physician and it would be Well for those suffering with anything in his line to Call him at his next visit june 17th and 18th, Exchange hotel. Baked dog. Semi annual dance by the Winnebago indians. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office june 11, 1883 i 4 d \ v capt. Do Fin cat fins 2, Harvey Knight James m Hatman a c Trefford Chas Walton mrs Fred Warner mrs Addie Stokes miss Jary Keffer. If not called for in fourteen Days will be sent to the dead letter office. E. P. Degreif M. The Bills to admit Washington territory North Dakota Anco Montana into the Union will be discussed soon by the House Congress. The project admission is not very flattering. Black River fall wis., june 10. At the Indian reservation the semiannual a a Medicine dance by the Winnebago indians Lias just closed. There were Over one Hundred and fifty the indians present and the dancing and feasting lasted two nights and one Day. There was the fragrant smell baked dogs and baked Beans which White visitors were invited to partake. The indians were dressed in All the finery they possessed could borrow and the display jewelry was bewildering one Good looking Squaw having six rings her fingers 123 Silver dimes Hung to her ears and Over forty Yards warn Pun beads around her neck the males did All the dancing while the squaws sat around and gambled for beads and other jewelry and apparently enjoyed the refreshments As Well As any one. Cards Are used for gambling and Many the squaws play a Good game euchre. The noise they make can be heard two Miles. The Canton repository is a mighty Fine newspaper but is making a mistake in its endeavours to attract Mckinley presidential lightning. We love Mckinley a so Well that we cannot spare him As our congressman even to become our president. We have committed ourselves to Sherman and we ought to give him a generous and cordial endorsement and not detract from it by bringing up reminiscences about Garfield. By the by the major is too shrewd a political to care to secure a nomination under the conditions by which it came to Garfield. All this is not because we love Mckinley less but because we love Sherman Independent. The above article implies a want Faith the part the leaders the Ohio delegation in that convention and that some underhand work was done. It looks very much As though there would be a hair pulling scrape in the Ohio crowd at the coming convention. By the Way major Mckinley will run stronger than any other Ohio Man but he pot Down Cleveland and Thurman the Issue in Oregon at the late election was As to which party had secured the larger appropriations for the River and Harbor. This session Congress Hermann the Republican member secured the most Liberal River and Harbor appropriations for the state. The fact was telegraphed All Over the Sfa a the eve the Elep Tifi. The enthusiasm was Kurnec then to the Republican party. Tariff had no More to to with the election in Oregon than it has with the rising and setting the Sun. The Plum Curculio. How to exterminate hit detract Law and Nomar Ooi Para alte. There seems to be no doubt whatever but what the Plum Curculio go tra Chelus Nen Upham can be Well nigh exterminated everywhere and regular crops the Stone fruits grown by simply spraying the Trees with Arsenical poisons Paris Green and London purple in water 1 so soon As the buds begin to swed in the Spring 2 two weeks after the petals fall 3 then after three weeks again and 4 for perfection so soon As through blossoming with a weak kerosene and soap emulsion. This 4 will kill the Leaf lice aph idae and Plant bugs he Mitera that puncture the Youn fruit and cause it eventually to rot a Michi Gan gentleman told me that he had two Large Thrifty european plums. A they bloomed freely each year but the Curculio Laid her eggs in nearly every Plum and All the fruit that was not Wormy rotted before ripening. Spring before last i sprayed the Trees thoroughly once with London purple in water about two weeks after the blossoms fell. That season they matured so great a crop the finest fruit that i was obliged to prop up All the branches. But to my sorrow this Large crop so weakened the vitality my Trees that the next Spring both were dead. The spraying seemed to kill nearly every Curculio scarcely a fruit showed her Ovi positing work and the plums All ripened without this shows two valuable lessons 1 spraying has proven a Suc Cess and 2 an Over burdensome crop is deathly especially to a Plum. These sentiments Are exactly in line with sense reason and experience and especially with our native plums for these fruits Are the natural food Plant and Breeding place the Plum Curculio. Tins Beetle passes the Winter in the Beetle state a holed up like a woodchuck and emerges in the Spring angry. She at once seeks her natural food Plant these plums which to feed seemingly in preference to All other Trees. She usually reaches them before they Bloom therefore just before the blossoms open is the Tim to Spray the Trees. But for some reason Many the beetles do not Lay their eggs in the fruit until june hence the necessity late spraying for it is possible that these late egg laying beetles reach the Trees late. If the native plums Are not within her reach the Beetle is forced to accept Allied plants the Almond family to which the Plum belongs 3uch As the Cherry peach Apricot Etc., and Lay her eggs in their fruits. It is course possible that the cherries being so close Akin to the plums they May be As acceptable to her for food As the plums but it is hardly probable. Therefor Orit is entirely reasonable that if we have plenty native plums in and around our Orchards other fruits by spraying the plums we will destroy this Curculio sufficiently for All practical purposes and so protect All the other fruits from her destructive work. Cd. B. Wier in american Garden. Conversational bores. Brainless individuals who talk wet bal expressing thoughts. Gug conversation among persons who a very intimate should be the Best conversation As no one need speak unless to feels impelled so to do by the stirring thought within but the inveterate Small talker has lost the Power distinguishing Between the talk that expresses thoughts and tie talk that merely articulates sounds. His idea talking is confined to the practice a a making conversation even in argument he passes much time in repeating what has been said in slightly different words and. When no subject is under discussion and when he is not gifted with High talents Tho grotesque artifices to which he is sometimes reduced would be absurd if they were not so irritating. If he Only talked and said nothing that insisted answers he might More easily be forgiven but this is rarely his Way. An irritating Small talker who though in reality neither deaf nor absent minded eked out his speech by insisting having every thing that was said to him repeated twice sometimes thrice. I have known to repeat his a what was that you said a after he had answered the remark that had been made and when this was pointed out to him to Only smiled the satisfied smile Tho Small talker who thinks his sins merits and does not Blush to own them. Such a Small talker Calls these atrocious delinquencies conversational Talent and because it is sometimes necessary to speak idly thinks it is a Good c\ee4 vex do so at All times rather than maintain a wholesome Silanoe. But indeed others beside these obvious criminals sin in speaking idly. Small talk has its uses in expressing indefinite friendliness though even this would probably be better expressed by some inarticulate sound if we could Only agree one but it should never be forgotten that Small talk talk no consequences is in itself less than no value and that if All occasion except those necessity we put our energies to improving our ideas rather than to uttering words in Short if we talked less and thought More we and our friends would in All cases be much the better for Queen. Climbing the ladder gentleman to tramp a Why do you ask for Only a Penny my Man most cd you people want Nickels and dimes tramp yes sir but in a a new hand at the business and i want to begin right make it a dime though if you . Y. Sun. Up. T. Barnum says that he has pro. Video that if any his legatees makes a contest his will he Shad by that act forfeit his bequest and he ha3 left $100,000, As a fund for the executors to tight any contestant. The glorious pleas court. Proceedings. Tried to jury. Eliza a Summers v Nancy e Sham Mel it Al Case withdrawn from jury and settled will sustained plaintiffs petition dismissed at her costs for which judgment is rendered. Decrees. Frederick Groff v Clara Groff partition real estate. Elizabeth Willigman v William Wil Ligman divorce granted. Criminal. Ohio v Ben f Sanders sentenced verdict three years in Penitentiary. Ohio v Lewis Sanders sentence verdict three years in Penitentiary. Ohio v John Young and Jasper Shis Ler recognizance $300 too Tobor term. Ohio v John Young and Jasper Shis Ler recognizance $3,000 to october term. Judgment against defendant. City Bank v f r Bigler it Al $754.75. Defendants to plead. Frank a Bigler v John s Bigler it Al. Nancy Wallace v Joseph Wallace. Assignment court cases. New Philadelphia o., june 12. At a meeting Andrew Crawford Post no. 6, g. A. R., it was resolved to celebrate the fourth july in this this City in the Good old fish lamed Way and invite All key Fusu in the county and Al Quev qr<ier8 that Niay Dis posed to assist and to the Public Gener ally to attend. 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. In formation can be had at the times fice. Of the a a farms in Montgomery county kansas�?400 acres in ally will Trade for a Good Stock merchandise Price $6,000. Address lock Box 884, Independence Kas. 17t there Are 22 papers in Milwaukee published in German and Only 6 in English. Friday june 15. 187�?win Knisely v Isaac Hill. 221�?w ii Crisswell v Isaac Penrod. 236�?eliza j Milburn v Elizabeth Dallas. Saturday june 16. 155�?shederick Cope v Zeb p Sparks. Monday j Une 25. 158. Warren Packard a co v John a Himes. Tuesday june 26. 97�?amanda Kaldenbaugh v Henry r Ripley. 121�?elias r Benfer v Philip ii Zigler. 124�?lucinda Maughiman v Isaac Mau Giman. 231�?albert Bates v James Parsons. Wednesday june 27. 4�?John Booth v Black band Iron co. 57�?david Judy v Benj Fisher. 137�?wm Willigman v Ezra Albaugh. 148-Belinda c Craig v j k Conwell. 219�?susan Johnson v trios j Johnson. 293-�?Ann Wise v John w Beans. 42�?Ohio v John c Sanders. Thursday june 28. 71�?martha Mcbride v we Mcbride. Friday june 29. 355�?george Mosher v George Welty it Al trustees Goshen township. Pond to let that cold yours run . Y think it is a Light thing. But it May run into Catarrh. Or into pneumonia. Or consumption. Catarrh is disgusting. Pneumonia is dangerous. Consumption is death itself. The breathing apparatus must be kept healthy and Clear All obstructions and offensive matter. Otherwise there is trouble ahead. All the diseases these parts head nose Throat bronchial tubes and lungs can be delightfully and entirely cured by the use Boche s German syrup. If you done to know this already thousands and thousands people can Tell you. They have been cured by it and a know How it is bottle Only 75 cents. Ask any druggist. 9yl real estate for estate transfers a Large variety farms in Ohio and other states including several the Best farms in Tuscarawas county. Also a number desirable residences and business houses in new Philadelphia and other towns. Several the above farms would be traded for town property and several the above dwellings would be traded upon farms. The undersigned has arrangements with real estate agents in other counties and states whereby any one desiring to make a change can be suited. F. Romio attorney at Law. Office in Mcclean Block South West Corner Public Square new Philadelphia Ohio. 3tf 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. 5tn6 for the past two weeks. As compiled in the office the recorder deeds. 1 we Ely to the Uhrichsville fire Clay co 29 acres Mill township $2,000. David Gant to John Hagloch lots 71, 72 and 73, Bolivar $250. Foster w Moore to John m Dill strip land Uhrichsville $85. B c Williams to Edgar c Broune lot 228, new Philadelphia $1,100. Daniel Thomas to Philip Schlarp 19 acres Bucks township $1,075. O c Lawbaugh to Henry j Miller it Al lots 68 and 69, Shanesville $5,200. O c Law Auglis a Assignee to Henry j Miller it Al lots 68 and 69, Shanesville $2,200. J a Slingluff to Jacob a Horn lot 385, Dover $275. C h Slingluff to Annie m Pritchard lot 4, Dover $350. John Lister executor to Henrietta Sharp lot 14, Dover $750. E widders administrator to Fred a Ilane Krat 86 acres sugar reek township $4,844. We Mccreery to Gabriel f bom 1 acre Warwick township $150. William a Scott to Bonner pros Mill township $1,410. Robert Hanna to Samuel s Hess 36-100 acres Dennison $4,400. Same to Adam Sturtz 36-100 acres Dennison $1. Levi i it Albaugh to Nicholas Fulk 21 31-100 acres Warren township $2,500. Thomas Mowls executor to we 11 Greer 40 acres Warren township,$1000. Ananias harpers Assignee to Simon Enek land Dover $4,700. John Galbraith to Joseph Johnson 5 acres Perry township $150. Jum j Patterson to Jos and Oliver it j unkind 13 acres Goshen township $11,000. Lewis Ilar Lacher to Ernst Marquart lots 420 and 421, Dover $850. Henry Anderman to Gabriel Shull. 2 44-100 acres York township $244. Gabriel Shull to Henry Anderman 44-100 acres York township $244. John Strickmaker to j Ulia Peter 3. 100 acres Dover township $1,300. Thos Cornell to John c f Ripley lot 28 and 29, Uhrichsville $500. Henrietta Zimmerman to Mcclellan Eberhart acre new Philadelphia,$20 a w Thompson to Margaret 1 a it Denck lot 3, Dover $800. Chas ii Slingluff to Lewis Harla Choi lot 3, Dover $350. Geo f Oliver to Benj Baldwin 3 acre. Union township $225. Simon p troendly to Lenry Hass 3a acres Bucks township $245. Moses b Kennedy to a w Sperling. 35 so rods Newcomerstown $300. L s Winsch to Jno b Hamilton c l acres Clay township $150. Philip Pingstock to John Klar lot 3 Strasburg $400. Samuel Burrell to Henry spies acre Sandy township $210. W m Tracy to Susan Burk ?-6acr<s Sandy township $550. Isaiah Crist to Wesley m Tracy lam1, Fairfield and Sandy townships $4,650. W m Tracy to Charity Miller 1 7-20 acres Sandy township $240. Noah Hardman to John Keener lot 96, Dover $700. Jos Bailey to Addison White 4 acres. Sandy township $280. Simon f Unger to Emma m Schal 7 acres Warwick township $280. Nancy v Walker to Cora lines lot a and part lot 2, Dennison $150. Chas e Holden to Addison White 1-17 acre Mineral City 350. Uriah Gordon to the Valley Ray co., 2 37-100 acres Sandy township 296.25. C p Wagner it Al to Alexander Kene Ker land Goshen 900. Bingham Thompson it Al to Jacob w Gwen 170 acres Perry township 5,700. Alfred in Johnson to Alfred t Ronny lot 335, Uhrichsville 75. Samuel Devore to Jos cements 1 acre Fairfield township 200. Andrew Deis to a i Johnson lot 235, Uhrichsville 60. Ralph d Welch to Samuel c Auld strip land Dennison 225. Geo f Fleming to Elvin and Van it its Tran lot 1, Dennison 2,000. Nathan Stine to Mary Wingard 10 acres Fairfield township 625. John a Wilson to Benj Barnhill 40 acres Perry township 780. John a Mclean to Sarah a Mcclean land Goshen township 2,000. 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 he bought a Large bottle and a let . Kings new life pills by the time he had taken two boxes pills and two bottles the discovery he was Well and had gained in flesh thirty six pounds. Trial bottles this great discovery for consumption free at Miller amp songs. Large bottles $1. The fourth Well the Cadiz Gas and Oil company now being drilled the Fryer lands has reached a depth upwards 500 feet and is rapidly approaching a Point in its downward course where something substantial in the Way Gas Oil May be looked for. Some Gas has already been found and it is thought the prospects Are Good for a paying . Go Egv no portion vhf United states today offers As Many opportunities for making Money a can be found at great Falls Montana and the reservation just opened in business mining Stock raising farming. Rates maps and particulars will be furnished by c. H. Warren Gen. Pass. Agent St. P. M. A amp m. By St. Paul Minn. 20w4eow a Man in Connecticut who built a fancy barn stole eight tombstones from sheep claims allowed. The following sheep claims were allowed by the commissioners at tie quarterly session ending june 11th pm Lovard 6 killed 1 injured.$15 0c r r Wiandt 18 lambs killed 25 0 1 j Fidder 15 killed 12 injured 48 0c l u ii oxen 7 killed 10 injured. 38 Remus r Gartrell 1 killed a a 5c Fred Oechslie 2 killed. 7 0c Isaac Hoover 3 killed 4 injured. 16 0c h m Brown 5 killed. 20 0c Jacob Yelm 4 lambs. 6 0c i de seeker 5 sheep and 13 lambs killed. 27 0c Thomas Elliott 6 sheep killed. 21 0c a d Llu Ork 21 sheep killed. 94 Lemuel Waltz 2 killed 8 injured. 23 3c Wes Poland 2 sheep and 5 lambs killed. 17 0c Charles Feller 2 sheep killed 11 x w Johnson 1 killed 8 injured. 27 w Melissa Weaver 2 killed. 9 j e Hunt 10 lambs killed. 12 0c Lenry 11. Gardner 1 killed 4 0c John Edie 7 sheep and 8 lambs killed and 19 injured. 88 g Francis Kuhn 2 sheep killed 10 injured. 22 0< Henry Kuhn 5 sheep killed,3 injured. 20 0 Edward Kail 32 killed 1 injured 14 7-g w Nugen 33 killed 16 injured.211 0 total for last quarter.$779 55 not including witness fees which is a Little Over $100. For Sale Exchange for land in Tuscarawas county a Nice clean Stock merchandise dry goods and groceries a in a Good business town 1500 inhabitants in Tuscarawas county will invoice five six thousand Dollar. For information write the times office

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