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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - June 28, 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 a tags posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the Quot times advertising rates. Stack. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y . One Inch. $ 1 00 $ 2 00 8 3 m if 5 00 three inches. 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 Ltd it six inches. 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 half column. 5 my 12 50 22 50 40 1 0 one column. 8 no 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices five cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday june 28, 1888. Number 27. Official directory. District. Congress. State senator. Common pleas judges. County. Representative. Private j Edge. Prosecuting attorney j clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Beriah Wilkins Geo. W. Crites f j. Hance j. S. Peace Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley Ames m. Patrick j. Doha hey g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. A. G. Neumann s. Tufer it w. E. Lash r. Benner 0. H. Hoover Ozias Delong j. Porter l. City. Daniel Korns. James ii. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. B. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. S. Glatfelter. Mayor clerk Quot Street commissioner Council game Warden. Justices. Names. I township a. Youngen Auburn. Same a Bixler j Auburn. Henry Deible Glucks. Philip Doerfer. Bucks. Daniel Krebs inlay. 5 Milliken Clay. J w Newburg. Jos 11 Hostetler Nich Montag. 3 t Rennaker. Charles 1l killers Philip a Garver c c Fernsel. Daniel Richards Post office. I ugh t Minnis. If Booth. Dover. Dover. Dover. Fairfield. Fairfield. Franklin. Franklin. Goshen. Goshen. Goshen. Goshen. Jefferson. Jefferson. Lawrence. Lawrence. 11 read. Villiam Brown. Idann Regula. Livid Breymeir Lamuel c Kline. Ohn Misione Mill. F j Greene Mill. J not it w Lytle . Mill. W Knisley Oxford. J r Mill vane Oxford. U Timmerman. Perry. L1 j Murphy Perry. Las Galbraeth Rush. R b Rankin Rush. J a Cornett Salem. In j Haskinson Salem. Mckinney. Sandy. Ives Ley m Tracy j Sandy. Lewis c Zollars. Sugar Creek r Richardson. Sugar Creek. I s Wagner Union. J l Baldwin Union. A Quot k Robinson. Warren. I ii Gardner Warren. I g Galbraith. M Arwick. Sriram Echman. Warwick. Dob to Coruthers Washington Isaac couts Washington Lames w Stoutt Wayne. Roll Wetter Wayne. Ivillia Kinsey York. A h Kuhn i York. Ragersville. A Hagersville. Baltic. Baltic. Clock no. 17. J Gnadenhutten. I canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. New Philada a. Zoar station. Stras Lorg. Strasburg. New Philada a. New Philada a. New Philada a. New put lady a. Stone Creek. Zoar Bolivar. Uli Richville. Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomerstown Newcomerstown Cadwallader. Cadwallader. Tippecanoe. Gnadenhutten. Port Washington port Washiington Mineral City. Mineral City. Shanesville. Slanesville. Uhrichsville. Leesville. Newcum Rland Newcum Ert a cd Tuscarawas. Tuscarawas. Albany. Paoli. I Dundee. Dundee. New Philada a. Black band. Professional directory. A Vars. N. Richards m. Physician and surgeon new Philadelphia. Ohio. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 49yl t Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building. South Broadway. Residence two doors South c a p depot. 40 Jas. A. Richards. Jos. T. Mccullough. Richards amp Mccullough attorneys at Law 4i�yl new Philadelphia Ohio. J j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 40, Soutsi Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 4syl prances Rumig attorney at lava and notary Public. Office in the Mclane Block. New Philadelphia Ohio. John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47yl ii Booth attorney at Law. Notary Public and con Yancer. Special attention paid to collections ixe tutors. Administrators and guardians a ounts. Of lace up stairs opposite the court Touse. North Broadway. 47yl by Smuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. Ail professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Lummel Block second floor. Babcock Hurd amp co., wholesale grocers 10 1 amp 102 water St., Cleveland. ?. 11. Bah cock ii. Ii urd jr., Charlrs Babcock ii. A. Bishop Mcclellan it hued wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co., limited new York for the Sale their Eele rated Alaroma and Bunola brands roast Doffee. 24yl Mitchells dental rooms. 2rant Mitchell d. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. Ity Block a a new Philadelphia 0. Over Raiff s hardware store rown and Bridge work skilfully executed. A Gas and Ether administered. <9 diseases the month and Teeth a specially. 1 the Gilsey 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 new t Johnsoni House. H. B. West manager 133 Superior Street Cleveland Ohio. Trrms�?81.50 to $2.00, according to room. bios. N. Case l. Goedelt. 52yl a to cd w t-3 Holt h f a a 02 u a Ltd a n --3 Ltd. So be a i to. V out is so it a a r it it leg w it w c _ a ghz u 0 02 v _ c is a a a 2 a r Cece u a a is is a sch re a i. H 0 a a a 2 s c a c a . C -2 15 c in a a it h a3 h. A f u a can Ltd h a it h 02 u. U it it it s ?3 so a cad Ai 6j? 5? 55 it pm c4 re a i co 3 3 a co so v it Quot a i a it s a a a 45s c a so the a cd a is a u a a is it A 4 a r is oc21 a a a a u 11 be s3 5 a 0co to y. 2 a Cir s1sh Selt 3� new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday june 28, 1888. Chauncey Depew office in Hummel Block East High St., second floor. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 �4rthe new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 a a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Posto Allce order to the address the proprietor. 4�addres3 All matter intended for publication. To the times. Democratic ticket Mitt a . For president the United states Grover Cleveland. For vice president Allen g. Thurman. State. For Secretary state Boston l Young Marion. For supreme judge. Lyman r. Critci1 Field Holmes. For member Board Public works James Emmett Pike. Congressional. For Congress sixteenth District James w. Owens Licking. Cotta set a. For auditor John w. Kinsey. For commissioner Wesley Emerson. For infirmary director Lewis Geckeler. For Coroner b. Downey. I 20yr�. Practice in pensions amp Soldier claims. Success _ _ no fees. Send for new Laws. Sites amp co., atty a Washington,. The Republican convention after considerable skirmishing got Down to business monday. On the 8th ballot Harrison Indiana was nominated. The ballot stood As follows Harrison.544 algor.100 Sherman.118 Blaine. 5 Mckinley. 4 Gresham. 59 Harrison s nomination was not so much the result his abilities and popular strength As it was his geographical location. Indiana being regarded a Pivotal state and the democratic party having no candidate from that state forced the nomination Harrison for first place the ticket. Depew was strongly urged account new York being the other Pivotal state but they feared to risk Quot him for first place account his being a Railroad Man. Next came the skirmishing for second place the ticket. It required no Prophet to foretell the state the Man was to come from. The same policy that dictated Harrison a nomination prevailed in favor new y Ork state. Some said it must be de be Wand some said it must be Morton. Depew being a Railroad Man the republicans feared he would be slaughtered in the West. Levi Morton was considered the stronger Man and was nominated. It is a very weak ticket. Both candidates Lack the qualifications great statesmen. Harrison is expected to run the reputation his ancestors. Lie is a lawyer fair ability. He was elected to the Senate once but was Defeated for governor by Blue jeans Williams and was Defeated for the Senate by David he has been a badly Defeated Man and will score another defeat this fall. Levi Morton is a Rich banker and represents the a a Money shark element Newyl Ork City. He is no Friend the poorer classes. Lie is chosen because his immense wealth for the purpose a ibo Odling Newyl Ork through. Wall Street will come to his Rescue with he represented his state once in Congress. This selection will make Indiana and new y Ork the Battle ground. West Virginia Cut quite a figure in the Chicago convention. Rebel brigadier general Mahone leads one faction the Republican party in that state and congressman Wise who travelled with Fen. Logan through Ohio and made a speech from the Balcony B. Harvey a hotel leads the other faction. Two delegations were the offspring the two factions. The two delegations got into a Wrangle at Chicago each claiming admission. A regular a dog Light was the result. Policemen were called in to Settle them. John Sherman assisted the Bastard delegation Mahone and it was seated although Wise a delegation was claimed to be honestly elected. That will Seal the doom any presidential candidate in West Virginia. The Republican party claims to be the Friend the Labouring Man. Can it be that the Labouring classes All drink whisky and Chew smoke tobacco. The Republican platform favors a reduction the internal Revenue whisky and tobacco and it necessary to shrink the Revenue to the demands the government then the party favor free whisky and free tobacco. The democratic platform favors cheap clothing cheap food cheap lumber and cheap medicines for the Labouring classes All which Are necessaries. Which platform is preferable. Lectures As to what must re done. The new Hampshire prohibitionists have nominated . E. L. Carr for governor Ai d a full state ticket. New Stork june 25, 1888. A special from Chicago says Chaun Cey m. Depew gave a dinner saturday night to the new York delegation at which he made a speech the purpose which got about during sunday and much further complicated the situation. Depew called attention to the fact that this convention was now to be in session longer than any convention since that at Charleston in i860. The excuse for the continuation the Charleston convention was the Battle principles that was settled by the civil War. A a our convention a Depew said a a is unanimous and harmonious in principle and differs no Public questions its sole business was the nomination a candidate for president. It ran the risk continuing Day after Day without a selection and is becoming ridiculous. There was no merely partisan feeling for any candidate and no vindictiveness which explained could justify the delay in the eyes the country. Their constituents could not see the movements the political gang by which managers were playing for presidents and the situation would assume in a few Days the apparent position a majority the delegates being unable to decide that any one in the party was competent for the leadership. That would result in chaos. From chaos would be born the unknown and fences and barn doors the country would he placarded with the caricature the Mountain Labouring and a mouse being produced. The people this country were watching with most intense anxiety the Progress this convention. Their expectation increases with the delay and their disappointment would be correspondingly great if the result were not equal to their expectations. The Only possible solution was the Nomi nation without regard to private friendships ambitions animosities the party a greatest statesman. It must be a Man whom the Farmer at the plough the Workman in the shop the clerk behind the counter and the stage Driver in the Box knew just As Well As did the professional politicians. T women filled that Bill James g. Blaine and John Sherman. Both had done More than any other two men living dead to formulate the policy and prepare the measure which constitutes the history the Republican party. The new y Ork delegation had a Large majority its members very cordially Friendly toward Blaine and the rest very hostile to his nomination. It also had a minority Friendly to Sherman and a Large majority the other Side. A if a said Depew a we could agree to subordinate our likes and dislikes to the one end selecting the greatest Man in the party for its nominee our action would probably be decisive and the convention would thus adjourn monday with candidates worthy its platform. We must not ignore the fact that simply As an executive and out Side his free Trade theories Cleveland was Strong in the fact that he had Given the country a colourless administration. With the fears aroused by his Assumption office his administration was popular enough to make it necessary in order to Ever cover the Strong Points his candidacy to put against him a statesman such prominence and tried experience that there could be no question in the Public mind his Superior qualifications for the presidency. The sentiment Depew a speech seemed acceptable to the delegation and it was decided that the action the delegation should he unanimous so far As the present were concerned. One tiling May be said As the absolute consensus opinion among the leading republicans Here whatever the result May he and whoever the nominee May now be every Days action the committee is costing the Republican party Many votes in every state the Union. Three More Days delay May make defeat certain. Depew says Newyl Ork will vote against any recess monday and Wili Endeavor to keep the convention in continuous session All monday night if need he until a decisive ballot is reached. The Republican Mountain Laboured and a mouse was produced according to the above speech which struck the key note. But the admonition was not heeded. The party will now stand the defensive. The mouse a chinese record will cause the party no Little trouble. The Farmer at the plow the Workman in the shop the clerk behind the counter and the stage Driver in the Box do know Cleveland and Thurman As Well As the professional politicians and they will stand by them red. Over at the Republican Headquarters in the Vicinity the advocate Tolice they failed to enthuse receiving the news Harrison a nomination. A painful silence reigned which was Only broken by two three leading republicans inquiring around a who is this Man Harrison i never heard him before 1�?� when it was Learned that he was a citizen the United states they finally picked up courage enough to hang out the hag. If it had been Sherman instead Depew so a mouse a they would not have been in such a dilemma. Little happenings. The Republican platform was drafted by Mckinley but bears the a year Marks Blaine. Blaines letter the whisky and tobacco feature gives it away. The dear old Temperance party has become very dry in four years. Free whisky As a platform and the $1,420,000 Hoodie to be furnished by Marshall Field Potter Palmer Jay Gould Alger and the Wall Street crowd will Pike tiie g. O. P. Shout this fall. The Newyl Ork world tells plainly Why it supports the a a old roman a because everybody knows that Allen g. Thurman is an incorruptible Man that he has rendered Public service for the Honor that came to duty faithfully performed that he never sacrificed his principles and that partisan As he is he can be trusted at All times to defend the rights the the teachers association Cincinnati numbering 212 excursion lists sailed for Germany the suevia the 23rd inst. Clay township has a gone several canal Dover boys were fined for Selling liquor sunday. Mrs. Garfield has Given $10,000 to the Garfield University at Wichita. Mrs. Mary Sheridan Mother Gen. Sheridan died last week at her Home in Somerset this state. Cadiz will have a band tournament and a grand fourth july in the old style Way. delinquent subscribers to pay up. At $1 per year we should have our pay promptly. The following marriage licenses were granted Jacob s. Foster to Mary r. Beitzel. George Beitzel to Rosa Maurer. Despatches from Points in Northern Iowa and Illinois report the appearance swarms seventeen year locusts. J Edge Pearce clerk Donahy and Dick Janes went fishing last week Down the River. They had a Good time and caught 40 Nice fish. Tom Edwards canal Dover a finisher at the Reeves Iron works was badly Cut wednesday night last by a bar Iron. A steam yacht is being constructed by three canal Dover parties to ply the River in quest enjoyment and amusement this summer. Mrs. E. 1. Degeil gave a fashionable Tea party to quite a number ladies tuesday evening. Several ladies from canal Dover were also in attendance. Philip 11 Overman Sandyville called us last week and said Sandy township voted a a dry a by a majority eight. That closes the Only Saloon in the township. Spiker amp Ila Verfield the Well known photographers Uhrichsville turned out for the Scio College graduates 147 dozen Cabinet pictures amounting in All to 1704 pictures. Mrs. O. Ii. Hoover has returned with her daughter Bessie who has been attending College in Maryland after having visited several cities East since the commencement. Samuel Toomey canal Dover the Well known Carriage manufacturer will shortly remodel his works to make track vehicles which will then be the Only works that character in this country. The Shanesville base Ball club Defeated Baltic club last saturday at Baltic by the following score�?48 to 13. The feature the game was the Battery work Richardson and Miller. Strayed a Hay Pony with Chain and Halter . Any one furnishing information returning said Pony to mrs. Jenkins who resides about a mile and a half from new Philadelphia the Dover Road will be liberally rewarded. Mrs. Annie Winspear and children and Joseph Arney and family Pic Nice at the City Park tuesday. Little May Winspear while there climbed up in the buggy slipped and fell lodging with her Arm in the bows the buggy top breaking her Arm above the wrist. For Sale Exchange a business room and Stock general merchandise in a Good business town goo inhabitants in a Rich Community in Tuscarawas county. Stock will invoice $3,000. Information can be had at the times office. Of nearly $250,000 Lias been subscribed to the Stock the new Cotton factory near Columbia s. Twenty per cent the subscription has already been paid in and the payment the remainder has been secured. All the Stock was subscribed by Home capitalists. A Little son Daniel Stemple Beaver dam was badly burned this week. He was kindling a fire in the stove and had his head close when a sudden puff came from the stove driving the Blaze into his face severely burning his face and injuring his eyes. He May lose the sight. Wesley Rutledge son a Squire Rutledge living the Uhrichsville Road met with a serious Accident this week. 11 is horse ran away near the Coal Bank the Hill this Side East port and ran into a buggy in front him upsetting his buggy throwing him out his head fracturing his Skull and bruising him bodily. He cannot recover. Harry Meese about 9 years old son Charles Meese Blakes Mills met with what will doubtless prove a fatal Accident Friday last lie was at the residence his grand Tatlier Daniel Meese and his Uncle a Hoy about 13 years old was playing with a single barrel pistol and As claimed the smaller Hoy reached for it to pull it out his hand when the pistol was discharged lodging the Ball in the brain. The wound caused unconsciousness and paralysis the right Arm. William Patterson one the murderers Jennie Woermer near Louisville ky., was hanged for his crime the 22d inst. The most singular thing occurred after the criminal was swung in mid air known in the history executions. Patterson a neck was not broken and while strangling uttered several distinct sentences one which was a a lord save me a showing conclusively that he was conscious for several minutes after the trap was sprung what was transpiring around him. This is the first instance the kind record where the criminal was known to he conscious after the drop was sprung. Uhrichsville. Last saturday we visited that part Uhrichsville known As Edgefield and was gratified to find several Active business men who were doing a very Good business and whom we feel Are worthy notice. Or. A. Greenlees is engaged in general merchandising main Street leading toward Trenton. He has a Large room Well stocked with dry goods groceries and provisions and employees two clerks. All Are kept Busy waiting customers. Or. Greenlees Sells at Rock Bottom prices which with his genial disposition commands a Good Trade. Across the Street we find . F. Carroll who was formerly engaged in the dry Good business at Sherrodsville. Or. Carroll keeps a neat Stock dry goods groceries and provisions and deals strictly the Cash plan. He claims that Small profits for Cash and cheap goods to the customer is better for both parties. He has built up a Good Trade that basis. Or. Carroll is a Square Man and merits a Liberal patronage. Next we came to Albert Newton who has a neat Stock groceries notions tobaccos etc., the Street leading from the depot at Edgefield to Uhrichsville. Or. Newton was engaged in the Saloon business but local option closed up his business. He is now trying to earn a living in a Way that should he satisfactory to every one. The Good people Edgefield should give him Strong encouragement by a Liberal patronage. He is a Clever fellow and Sells his groceries As cheap As any one. Remember a a kind word turn eth away we next come across the lumber men and was pleased to make the acquaintance . Pearch a Republican by the Way but a Well informed Man and reasonable in his views. Or. Pearch Lias for Sale a Large assortment lumber lath shingles doors Sash blinds and building material All kinds and also handles Lime plaster Cement and hair. No where in Tus. . Can you buy Good material cheaper than . Pearch. Llis Liberal patronage is proof that fact. We made the acquaintance . T. A. Packer who has done As much toward the building up Edgefield As any other Man in town. He is a first class business Man and operates extensively a Coal mine and Stone Quarry and speculates and deals in real estate. We were delighted to add a Large number subscribers and shall notice the business other equally worthy gentlemen again. While in Uhrichsville saturday we frequently put the question As to what effect local option had the business interests the town. We found some persons who claimed that it had seriously injured the business the town while As Many others claimed the contrary a that business was As Good As Ever. Considerable feeling has been engendered Between the a a wet and the As a result . Fraley was arraigned before the mayor saturday by the a a wets for Selling ice Cream sunday. The a a wets seem determined to enforce the sunday Law. A Beer Garden has been started up just outside the corporation line which is said to be doing a flourishing business. A vote is soon to be taken by the township the local option question. The a a Drys claim that that Beer Garden will soon be a thing the past. Those who will have their Beer Are ordering it by the Case. The agent who takes the orders and delivers it from the depot has been arrested and fined. The matter will be heard in the common pleas court. The agent still continues in the business. The question is can a Man act As agent for a firm within the corporation take orders and deliver Beer without violating the ordinance. Richard Daugherty a very popular Engineer the Panhandle Road who resided in Dennison died very suddenly Friday night last. He had received a severe wound in the forehead a few years ago by being struck by a passing engine while oiling his own. The wound was a severe one the Skull being crushed but strange to say he survived. His death is attributed to the giving Way a blood vessel in the part where the old wound was. He had Many warm friends who feel sad at his departure. The c., l. Amp w. Lily will give half fare rates Between All its stations,.also to Cleveland As follows tickets purchased july 3rd and 4th will be Good going july 3rd and 4th not Good to return july 3rd, but Good for return july 4th and 5th, thus affording a round trip passage for the fare one Way. Grand and glorious celebrations the nations birthday at various Points the Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling Ray. All passenger trains will land passengers at and take them from the excursion grounds at Chippewa Lake. So far Over $219,000 has been subscribed towards the new hotel Enterprise in Charleston s. C., and its promoters Are sanguine Success. The subscriptions so far Are confined to individual citizens Charleston hut it is proposed to enlist the Railroad and steamship lines entering there As Well As a number Northern capitalists. It is designed to raise $1,000,000, which we should think had ought to build a pretty Good a a . A. Rogers the noted photographer Uhrichsville Lias lately overhauled his building and gallery and now has one the Best equipped galleries in the county. He Lias a Fine exhibition room first floor Parlours reception and photograph room the second floor. Any one wishing a picture enlarged will do Well to Call . Rogers. At the concert and Jug breaking in the first presbyterian Church last thursday evening . Will Kennedy the popular Singer new Philadelphia assisted by his sister miss Laura Kennedy who officiated at the piano rendered some very excellent music. Or. Kennedy has a very melodious voice and with the attention he has Given it is enabled to sing some very difficult Valley times. John l. Sulivan the slugger has gone into the circus show business. He expects the name to draw a Large patronage personal mention. A boy was born to . And mrs. David Raiff the 22d inst. Miss Robbins Niles is visiting her brother Thomas Broadway. Jacob officer is now in Canton working life insurance. Mrs. Chas. Williams is spending a week with relatives in Canton. Mrs. Will. Carter Niles is visiting her folks . Getz and family this City. Born to . And mrs. Geo. Glatzeder wednesday last week a ten Pound boy. Thompson Fribley has been the sick list for a few Days but is now improving. Miss Cora Holland Lima Ohio is visiting her Friend miss Lucy Degrief this week. Chic. Thomas East Liverpool is visiting his Friend Ben Schweitzer fair Street. Janies a Miller the firm Knisely amp Miller Chicago was entertained by Knisely monday. Warren Packard Warren Ohio was in new Philadelphia monday closing up a Law suit. E. P. Degrief Frank Janes and Daniel Richards attended Barnum a show at Canton saturday. Judge Woods Wheeling West ya., is visiting mrs. V. Ream and family and other friends in this City. Miss Mary Polson Newcomerstown is visiting her lady Friend miss Ella Buchanan fair Street. Hon. Jesse Forsythe and son Harrison county were in new Philadelphia business tuesday. Miss Lottie Eckleberry this City is spending a couple weeks with relatives near Cambridge Ohio. Miss Daisy Mulvane new Comers town and miss Romie Stout canal Dover Wili visit miss Ella Buchanan this week. Or. Mcllvain editor the Tuscarawas advocate returned from the Chicago convention tuesday morning lie says he is pleased with the ticket. Supt. John Thomas and master transportation B. Bruner the Amp p., were in the City yesterday business pertaining to the company. Miss Erwin Baker Louisville ky., and mrs. Arnold Massillon visited at the residence Stephen Donnell sunday last. Miss Baker returned to Massillon with mrs. Arnold monday. Or. John Figert sex clerk courts has just returned after an extended trip through Missouri Kansas and Indian territory lie Speaks Well Kansas and says the Prospect for crops is Good. Or. And mrs. John b. Read returned from their wedding trip saturday last and will now Settle Down to the realities life in a neat Little cottage East High Street. Or. Crist. Neiderheiser left monday morning for Cleveland where he takes a position in the Large Cooper shop Grieff Bros. If the work is satisfactory . Neiderheiser a family will move to that City. We wish him Success. We were pleased to make the a quaint stance . And mrs. T. W. Hughes Uhrichsville who made the times office a Call monday. Or. Hughes is the Foreman the Diamond fire Clay works and a very Clever fellow. Judge j. W. Yeagley John l. Kennedy and Henry v. Schwitzer new Philadelphia accompanied Rev. A. Cook to Dennison last tuesday evening the occasion the installation Rev. B. Price and were the guests the a a paragraph a paragraph. Married. Shuttz Baltic o., june 24, 1888, by Rev. Wilsonya Eisley William Shutt Tuscarawas county and miss Anna Lantz Holmes county Died. M is. John Iii pus North fifth St., died tuesday night. She had been a sufferer for several years when death came to her Relief. Abraham Knisely Chicago Cousin Knisely this City died the 20th inst., and was brought to canal Dover the 25th, for burial. Adam Gintz Stone Creek Valley aged 25 years died suddenly thursday last and was buried saturday. Grants farm a Man by the name Ferrell who was born and raised near Strasburg but who has been in the West for Many years visited his native country again Only to get into the clutches the Law. He had been sending circulars Over the country offering upon the receipt a nominal sum Money to Send several Hundred dollars counterfeit Money that he claimed could not be detected. His object was to get the Money hut never returned the counterfeit Money and course was Only guilty using the mails for fraudulent purposes. A United states detective had been his track for some time and tuesday the detective accompanied by the marshal from port Washington a got to him at Phillips Burgh and attempted to arrest him when he ran about a mile before being overtaken. He turned and fired at the officers with a revolver but without effect. The fire was returned when he surrendered. The officers took him to Cleveland for trial. He is said to be a desperate character although his people Are respectable. Sold under mortgage foreclosure and the old Homestead changes hands. Politics sugar coated St. Louis mo., june 21. General Grants farm mortgaged several years ago to William h. Vanderbilt in order to raise Money to extricate the firm Grant a Ward from the result wards Rasca Lity was sold by Chaun Cey m. Depew to Day to Luther ii. Conn a St. Louis real estate agent. The farm comprises 744 acres and lies just twelve Miles West the court House the Grevois Road. The consideration was about $, and this transaction causes the historic Dent Homestead tract to change hands for the first time in More than half a Century. The final papers will be signed to Morrow. Capt. Luther ii. Conn the purchaser is a kentuckian and has a Confederate record As one the bravest and most daring men morgans command and like All southerners appreciates the sentimental and the romantic As Well As possessing the Kentucky weakness for Fine horses. Since the War he has been engaged in the real estate business and recently became a double millionaire through successful mining ventures and now the old Kentucky blood is reasserting itself and he has purchased this Well adapted Dent Homestead to indulge his fancy and proposes to establish a Stock farm. He has already christened his newly acquired relic a Grant Wood a so that it can never lose its identity As the Home the silent commander. Rats in China. A plague rats is reported in a recent number the Pekin Gazette which recalls the German legend the rats Lamelin. Certain postal routes have had to be changed in outer Mongolia account the Honey combing the whole country by myriads rats who have burrowed and eaten up the pasturage so extensively that the Supply food for camels and horses is greatly diminished and the Burrows Are dangerous to All mounted travellers and couriers. The prize offered by the australian government for a riddance the rabbits which infest that country May afford a suggestion to the authorities in China to offer inducements which m. Pasteur some unknown Witting ton May find advantageous enough to undertake the task ridding the country these vermin. China and the chinese have been afflicted enough late with earthquakes floods restricted immigration rest s monthly. Grover Cleveland Reese. It there is any reason Why a Little fellow who came into the world somewhat suddenly yesterday morning should not he christened Cleveland it should be made Public. The Mother mrs. Belle Reese residing in Bucktown was seized with labor pains Cleveland Street near court at seven clock and before the patrol Wagon that had been summoned arrived gave birth to a Fine baby Hoy. As this is the year president Cleveland a Triumph and As the child was born a Street hearing that name it is not strange that the name Cleveland should he Given him As a reminder his Plain dealer. Frightened by a policeman. Wellsville Ohio june 22. A demented citizen named Joe Dennis had a narrow escape from death last night Here. Dennis was in an upper Story his Home and seeing a policeman advancing imagined the officer was after him. Almost naked he jumped from the window crashing through a grape Arbor and fell to the ground a distance forty feet. In his mad flight he ran to his brother a House jumped through a window carrying the Sash with him and made his exit in the same manner. Dennis was terribly Cut in his flight. Swallowed a Frog but . Cleveland done to work for fhe people that Way. Washington d. C., june 24. There is a curious Story floating around Washington that some weeks ago a . Burt sugar broker in Newyl Ork and brother Silas w. Burt the naval office new York custom House came Here with a note from Silas w. Burt recommending him to the attention colonel Lamont and the Secretary the Treasury and that seeing colonel Lamont he told him that his clients sugar importers in Newyl Ork were much dissatisfied with the present Polari Scopis and desired the restoration the former one removed by Secretary Fairchild. Or. Burt added that his clients the sugar importers had voted for . Cleveland in 1s84, and desired to do so again this year if they could see their Way to doing so and that they had great influence and could control not Only numbers votes in Newyl Ork but also As Many As 5,000 votes in Michigan. Report says that Burt did not get a very civil reply to his suggestions and that his brother in the custom House will be has been hauled Over the coals about the letter he gave to his broker brother. A steam yacht upset. Six Young people were drowned. Newark n. J., june 25. Sixteen Young men Ami women hired the steam yacht Olivett saturday evening to take a Moonlight excursion the water. It being flood tide the jetty at the Mouth the Bay was covered with water. The Pilot i aver had scarcely got his bearings when he heard a Sharp grating sound and realizing that he was the jetty stopped the engine. Several the male passengers jumped Over the jetty and in doing so the boat lurched and Slid off into deep water. The girls then made a Rush for the Side the Law it at. This caused her to keel Over suddenly and in a second she turned Bottom Side up. The air was immediately filled with screams for help from a score persons struggling for their lives in the water. The cries were heard at Greenville and other Points the Bay and rescuers soon went to the scene the Accident. But when the boat arrived it was found that six the party had been swept away and drowned. But Little life left. Another report blink a a condition. Philadelphia j Une 23. A letter has been received Here from . Keating a gentleman much social influence in Paris giving some particulars a conversation he recently had with Blaine. Or. Keying gave a dinner to Blaine just previous to the latter a departure for Scotland. In the course the dinner . Keating said a a you Are Good for a number campaigns yet . to this Blaine i responded quietly a a i am sorry to say that your favourable diagnosis is not Correct i do not expect to live another four years and May not see one Blaine thereupon stated that tired the uncertainty he had taken Means to find just what was the matter with him and had satisfied himself that he was afflicted with Brights disease and had mapped out a routine life accordingly. Above All things he desired to avoid excitement. Another Well known Philadelphia gentleman was present and heard the statement. One Man Power. And Tii Rew it up after harbouring it in his stomach seven weeks. Millers Burg ky., june 22. Ii. Fryer a Farmer living three Miles from this place seven weeks ago while drinking out a Spring swallowed something Slick. He supposed it to be a tadpole from the Peculiar sensation in his stomach. Three weeks ago he was taken very ill and claimed there was something alive in his stomach. Wednesday during a severe coughing spell he vomited up a Small Green live Frog a gift for All. In order to give All a Chance to test it and thus he convinced its wonderful curative Powers . Kings new discovery for consumption coughs and colds will he for a limited time Given away. This Oiler is not Only Liberal but shows unbounded Faith in the merits this great remedy. All who suffer from coughs colds consumption asthma bronchitis any affection Throat Chest lungs Are especially requested to Call at f c Miller amp songs drug store and get a trial bottle free. Large let titles $ 1. Unclaimed letters. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office june 2g, 1888 miss Carrie Smith miss Mcgowan Jessie Collins coloured Frank Lehn g. W Landis Anthony Guterba. If not called for in fourteen Days will be sent to the dead letter office e. P. Degreif We celebrate tiie fourth july at new Philadelphia. Andrew Crawford Post g. A. R. Will hold Public Square an ice Cream and Strawberry festival under their Mammoth tent in connection with a grand platform social dance. Prominent speakers will be in attendance. Fire works during the evening. By order committee g. A. It. Detailed accounts the gales which occurred the coast Iceland last month show that 400 French fishermen were drowned thirty vessels having been wrecked. Ballinger Texas june 25. The Ballinger and san Angela stage was again robbed yesterday by a Lone highwayman. This time the robber was foot going toward san Angela. He had a Large red Bandana around his neck and when the stage pulled up he pulled the Bandana Over the lower part his face and with a six shooter persuaded the passengers eight in number to stand and deliver. After taking about $j?00 from the passengers All whom were unarmed he compelled the Driver to a hitch the Host horse and turn the same Over to him. The Driver was compelled to catch a mule to Supply his loss. This was not the same highwayman that had operated in this Section before. Announcement. 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. 2g. 5in6 Early closing and after the first monday in july the undersigned firms will close their respective places business at 7 30 M., saturday nights excepted until october 1st, 1888 j. Burry it amp son j. Kaderly Custer Bros., Fribley co., Urfer a Kinsey Mathias amp Williams Minnich a Gooding w. Sutton amp co., e. Alexander g. Senhauser amp son Wise Zeeb a co., Dodd a co., i. Judy j. W. Stoody j. G. Hephinger g. W. Rice j. B. Lytle amp son j. Eckert Parr amp Kelly Walton a Ackey and e. R. Parmelee. Talking to a decapitated head. I London times. 1 a doctor in Algeria stood before a Guillotine and caught the decapitated head a criminal As it fell from the a and spoke to it. It is said that the movements the eyes and Mouth showed that he was understood. Exploding whisky fires a Saloon. Lima Ohio june 22. This evening about seven clock a barrel filled with whisky exploded in Harry Neil a Saloon and set fire to the building which it damaged to the Ifni i Hunt fifteen Hundred dollars. The Tomahawk lakes. Oneida county Wisconsin the line the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul railway. Chicago june 4th, 1888. I have yearly been in the habit seeking new places for fishing in the North West Anil this Spring 1 concluded to visit the Tomahawk lakes in Wisconsin and knowing at this season the year Many Are seeking information regarding new places give it briefly these lakes have heretofore Only been accessible Over trails some Twenty a five Miles from Eagle River station and been fished Only by indians by parties who camped upon the shores at great inconvenience. The Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul railway company has just completed an Extension its Wisconsin Valley division to Minocqua and messes. Mann Bros have built a hotel near the depot immediately be Ide the Shore one the lakes from which All Are accessible giving Over one Hundred Miles Shore fishing. The country is so new that the Ordinary maps give no idea the number extent the lakes which can he easily reached from memo qua in most cases through thoroughfares connecting these lakes sufficiently Large for boats and in Only a Tew eases Are portages necessary. The lakes Are surrounded by High lauds generally quite heavily wooded. Mann pros keep As Good a hotel As can he expected under the circumstances Art expert fishermen themselves know tin entire system the lakes and will cheerfully give All the information required. They have a Supply boats and guides and practice no extortion. 1 have never visited any place i can so readily recommend As Minocqua for extent and variety fishing and i have had As much experience in fishing Over the North West As most gentlemen have. The water in All these lakes is Clear As Crystal and the fish arc remarkably Fine. I went there May 21st, in company Leo. W. Lolale and we returned yesterday june 3rd. During nine Days fishing we caught 4g mus allonge 102 Pike and 393 Black Bass. I sent Home one mus allonge 4gj inches Long and the Pike averaged the largest i Ever saw. We caught a number Small mouthed Bass weighing nearly four pounds each. We caught enough to satisfy us and to it cause us to desire a rest. 1 propose a visit these Waters again in ten Days when 1 think the fishing will he even better than during our stay. Respectfully yours 2gw3 j. Frank Lawrence. Transfers real estate. I As compiled in the office the recorder deeds. I we i Collier to John and Virginia g Haskins part lot 1 5, Uhrichsville $700. John Koby to Elizabeth Montag lot 398, Dover $1,300. We c Baker to Rudy and we Trach cd h acre sugar Creek $297. W m Tracy to John Brick sr., 3a acres Sandy township $187.50. John Brick to we Fishley 5 acres Sandy township $1. John j Kail it Al to Peter Kail 225 48-100 acres Dover township $7,800. Elizabeth Willigman to Sarah Green lots 70, 71, 72, 73. 74, Sandyville $625. Maurice Moody to Eli p Millison lot i g and 7, Dennison $300. We w russells ail my a to Samuel Milliken lot 30, Gnadenhutten $33,0. Geo e Campbell to Otto Kem hold lot 5, new Philadelphia $129. Alfred c Goudy to Philip Pingstock lot 19, Strasburg $800. John Carpenter to Leo Carpenter 14 acres Perry township $600. Leo w Carpenter to John Carpenter a a acre Perry township $350. Robert f. Gardner to Mary m Conaway. Lot 5, Dennison $800. Washy k Eckfeld it Al to Michael w Hanley 5 acres Dennison $150. Alfred b Johnson to Talitha it Guthrie part lot 8, Dennison $150. We Becher it Al to Jas ii Hickman 89 63,-100 acres i a wrench to wish i p,$5,500 Henrietta r Simpson toss Beck part lots .>52, 533, 531, new Philadelphia $775. John Dieringer to Rosa a Miller trip land Mineral City $108. Cora e Stoody to Sadie n Stoody part lot 143, new Philadelphia $062.50. David Miller to the Village Dover strip land $1,500. R p roller to Thos ii and win e roller 1 acre Uli Richville $300. R 11 Boyer it Al to Thos Al and we e roller 1 acre l Uhrichsville $600. Katy a Uhrich to the Dennison water works co acre $100. It to Schuler to Jacob Gross 70 acres Wayne township $3,943. David Roy to Leo s i Hoopingarner part lot 50, Dover $910. Conrad Stein it Al to Frederick marketer 20 acres Bucks township $690. Renown her youth. Mrs. Phat Ebe Chesley Peterson Clay county Iowa tells the following remarkable Story the truth which is vouched for by the residence the town a a 1 am 73 years old have been troubled with kidney complaint and lameness for Many years could not dress myself without help. Now i am free from All pain and oneness and am Able to do All my own housework. 1 owe my thanks to electric bitters for having renewed my youth and removed completely All disease and try a bottle Only 50c at Millers drug store. F. Miller amp son. For Sale. A Well known Barber shop in canal Dover located factory Street near Amp Depot. For terms inquire Lewis b. Breisch. For Sale Trade a Good five year old Llam letonian Tuc Keyho stallion Well broke and gentle. Will give a bargain. For information inquire at the times office. Of three 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. J 7tf 10,000 lbs. Of Wool wanted for which i will pay full Market Price for the above amount. 25 John Burry

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