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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - March 1, 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 Haas posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your payor solicited. New Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. Space. One inch.1$ 1 to three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y . $ 1 00 $ 2 Oil $ 3 00 $ it 00 2 in it 00 7 50 15 00 i 1 50 12 50 22 50 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 s i 22 50 40 00 75 00 bus Nuss notices five cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday March 1, 1888. Official directory. Berlah Wilkins Geo. W. Crites Ujj. C. Hance a a. Pearce District. Congress. State senator. Common pleas judges. O Pitt a be county. Cis Ankney a Sopt a. W. Yeagley i a Jse Cuti no actor Ivey. J Ames m. Patrick clerk. J. C. Donahey a. W. Bowers w. Kinsey auditor. Inn treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. 3 Surveyor. Infirmary directors. City. Daniel Korns. James in. Morrow. Elijah Shull 3treet�?Tcommimiouer John Meyers. J. G. Neumann s. Ruler j w. E. Lash r. Benner In Hoover Dias Delong 1 j. M. Porter mayor clerk marshal Council Philip Getzman John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. C. C. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. B. P. Scott. new Philadelphia times. Tariff Reform meeting. Personal mention. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday March 1, 188s. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 justices. Names. Township j lost Ovrick. A. Youngen Auburn. Saint a Bixler j Auburn. Henry Deible Bucks. Philip Doerfer. Bucks. Daniel Krebs Clay. 0 . 1 w Newburg Lover. Jos 11 Hostetter Dover. Nich Montag hover. y Reineker Fairfield. Charleszi killers Fairfield. Philip a Garver Franklin. C c Fernsel. Daniel Richards Franklin. Goshen. Goshen. Goshen. Goshen. Jefferson. Jefferson. Lawrence. Law re Nee. Mill. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Hugh t Mimas. J ii Booth. 1 11 read. John s Spring. John w David a Reyneir Samuel c Kline. John i Lone. F j Greene. Jioio w Lytle . C w Knisley. J r and Timmerman. I Perry. T j Murphy. Jas Galbraeth. T b Rankin. H a Cornett. Vav j i a ski ii so n l s Mckinney a Wesley m Tracy Sandy Lewis c Zollars. A. T Richardson. M s Wagner. J l Baldwin Muu t k Robinson. Warren a a Warren new Cumberland Warwick Tuscarawas. Warwick Tuscarawas. Washington Albany. Washington Paoli. . Way lie. Dundee. new Phil amp a a. band. Perry. Rush. Rush. Salem. Salem. Sandy. Ragersville. Ragersville. Baltic. Baltic. Lock no. 17. Gnadenhutten. Canal Dover. I canal Dover. Canal Dover. I new Phi lady a. Zoar station. Strasburg. Strasburg new Philada a. New Philada a. New Philada a. New Philada a. Port Washington Stone Creek. Zoar Bolivar. Uhrichsville. Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomerstown Newcomerstown Cadwallader. Cadwallader. Tippecanoe. Gnadenhutten. Port Washington port Washington Mineral City. Mineral City. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Sugar Creek. Is Hainesville. Union Uhrichsville. Union Leesville. J ii Gardner. R g Galbraith. Hiram Chinan. Kobe to Coruthers Isaac couts. James w7 Stoutt John Wetter. William Kinsey p ii Kuhn. Professional directory. It is. N. Richards m. Physician and surgeon new Philadelphia Ohio. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 40yl c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. A Calls Day night prompt answered. Office Over Routzen Heizer a drug store. Residence two doors South c amp 1 depot. 40yl is. A. Richards. Jos. T. Mccullough. Richards amp Mccullough attorneys at Law 4iyl new Philadelphia Ohio. J Octor Eda Wilhelmi Mclean gynaecologist. Practice limited to diseases Vav Omen and children. Office Public Square new Philadelphia 0. 7 y j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 46, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 4syl 4fc�?othe 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 Ivo so remittances should be sent by draft. Registered letter Posto Allce order to the address the proprietor. Sfa address All matter intended for publication. To the times. The National convention. Pit Angis Romig. Attorney at Law and notary Public. Office in the 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 i Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and Girard waifs accounts. Office up stairs opposite the House North Broadway. The National democratic committee after being in session three Days finally decided upon St. Louis As the place for holding the next National democratic convention and agreed upon the 5th Day june 1888, As the time to hold said convention. The different cities contended for by the members the committee were san Francisco St. Louis Chicago new York and Cincinnati. . Louis is a very Good Point and quite Central As to distance and was agreed upon without feeling. The 5th june being prior to the Date the Republican National convention shows that the democratic party feels confident Success and that it will boldly go into the race. The Success Cleveland a administration has inspired the party with greater Zeal than Ever before. Cleveland will be the unanimous Choice the party for president. The platform will not vary much from the Chicago platform and will he adopted and held up for Republican gaze when that party meets to Frame a platform double meaning one that will proclaim Protection in one locality and Reform in another one that will whisper in the ear the southerner that the War is Over and that the North and South should he a United people to Northern Man that the Republic is about to be overthrown that a free ballot is being trampled under foot that the ballot Box must be protected. One in fact As variegated As the colors the Rainbow. It is right that the democratic party should be aggressive. The St. Louis convention will be an enthusiastic one. The following is the Call the convention a the National democratic committee having met in the City Washington the 22nd Day february 1888, has appointed tuesday the 5th Day june next at noon As the time and chosen the City St. Louis As the place for holding the National democratic convention. Each state is entitled to a representation therein equal to double the number its senators and representatives in the Congress the United states and each territory and the District Columbia have two delegates. A nah democratic and conservative citizens the United states irrespective past political associations and differences who can unite with us in the Effort pure economical and constitutional government Are cordially invited to join us in sending delegates to the convention. A William in Barnum chairman. A Frederick Prince Secretary a National Denio Catic the committee adjourned to meet in St. Louis monday june 4th, 1888. Court 47yl Gamuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. A professional business entrusted to ills care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties. Will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts. Bruises sores ulcers. Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller so son. 6y2 it s amp \ 1�?T. Lace 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. Lull instructions in patents terms Etc. Sent free. Address r. A a. P. Lacey Patent att is Washington d. C. Feb. 2, �?T88yl t. W. Mcdermott d. V. S., honorary graduate the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats All diseases Domestic animals. Surgery a specially. Horse dentistry neatly done. Calous 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 were free Over Routzen Heiser a drug swered. Tiu office store new Philadelphia Ohio Mitchells dental rooms. 4yl Crant Mitchell d. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. City Block a new Philadelphia Her Raiffe a hardware store Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. Gas and Ether administered. Diseases the Mouth and Teeth a specially 1 the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio Alfred Bailey proprietor. The House 1ms been newly furnished through out. Pleasant rooms. Table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. I Al remodeler refitted and refurnished throw out new $ Johnson t House. H. B. West manager 133 Superior Street Cleveland Ohio. Tekms�?$1.50 to $2.00, according to room. Clerks Thos. In Case l. Golder 52yl see notice sheriffs Sale for March 31, 1888. Land in Salem township. Pursuant to notice a number democrats Tuscarawas county assembled in Eagle Vilall. New Philadelphia saturday february 25th, at 2 clock p. In., and were called to order by the appointment John a. Buchanan chairman and w. Gould Secretary. Judge Yeagley moved that the meeting re affirm the principles Laid Down at the organization the association one year ago which were As follows 1. Aii taxation shall be reduced and limited to the requirements economical government. 2. That it shall be so adjusted As to prevent unequal burdens and to reduce the Cost articles necessity to the consumer. 3. That in making a reduction burdens a just regard for the present industries the country shall be had with a View to relieve them from recurring periods depression and to place them upon a basis continued Prosperity. 4. That there shall be no unjust discrimination Between capital and labor that monopolies the task masters labor slavery shall not be created and fostered under the pretence Protection to labor but that the hand toil shall be left unbound and afforded an equal Opportunity with capital to earn and retain just compensation. 5. That in the Levy Tariff and tax burdens upon the preceding basis the interests american labor should he most faithfully and carefully guarded to the end that the path toil May Lead to a position Comfort and Security. On motion lion. In in Porter the meeting organized As a Central Tariff Reform club with a president vice president Secretary corresponding Secretary treasurer and an executive committee live persons. On motion the chair appointed a committee three consisting judge Yeagley judge Brown and s. R. Min nig esq., to report officers for the club for the year. The committee reported for president John a. Buchanan. Vice president Jesse d. Elliott . Secretary a. C. Gould. Corresponding Secretary a John a. Himes. Treasurer Samuel Moore. Executive committee a. Gerber it. In Porter Joseph forehead j. A. Sling Luff win. Wagner. The report was unanimously adopted. Hon. In in Porter offered the following Resolution which was unanimously adopted resolved that the Tariff Reform association Tuscarawas county heartily endorses the message president Cleveland and commends the same to the attention All those who believe in a pure government. On motion the meeting instructed the executive committee to appoint an advisory member in each township and election precinct until a club was formed and the president the club should act thereafter As the advisory member the Central club. Squire troendly Bucks township thought the democrats his township were in Harmony with the meeting and would form a club. Adam Stocker Salem expressed the same opinion in regard to the democrats Salem township. William Wagner Auburn concurred in the same opinion. Joseph Kinsey Warwick expressed the same sentiments. Jos. A forehead 3/ill, thought the democrats his township sound the principles Tariff Reform. On motion tic meeting adjourned to meet the Call the president. John a. Buchanan president. W. C. Gould Secretary. Miss Kate Laughead gave a whist party last tuesday evening. Or. J. Sheets canal Dover thursday evening in our City. Pent . T. 0. Parks our City went to Flushing last week professional business. _ miss Carrie Niles is visiting in canal Dover the guest master Francis Bodey. Miss Nano Boothe has returned from a very pleasant visit with friends and relatives in Uhrichsville. Or. Homer Ream who has been the sick list Lor a Lew Days is convalescing _ mrs. J. L. Mcllvain spent a few Days last week with friends in Wheeling West a. Presiding elder Domer accompanied by his Daugher miss Willa Are spending a few Days in Scio. Or. And mrs. Joe Stoutt canal Dover have returned from a seven weeks visit in California. Mrs. Helen Mccleary Newcomerstown is up for a two weeks visit with relatives in new Philadelphia. The misses Lydia Downey and Nano Booth spent monday afternoon in canal Dover the guests miss Stella Hooper. Mrs. Anna Belle Llover and mrs. Joe Strickmaker visited in canal Dover monday the guest mrs. Andrew Deis. Or. Theodore Sargent Washington City and John Sargent Chicago were Home last week attending their mothers funeral. Miss Wilma Walter gave a very delightful a a Pink team to Twenty the a Sweet sixteen a at her residence West High Street thursday evening. The Wellsville Liberty clubs have come to grief. The Temperance class Wellsville employed two detectives who located m the town joined the clubs and was admitted without objection. Some two three weeks afterwards affidavits were filed against Many members the clubs for violation the liquor Laws. It turned out that the information came from the two strangers who were playing detective. The members the club raised a and run the detectives out town after beating one them severely. A petition is circulating in this county praying for the passage a Law by the Ohio legislature abolishing the Board infirmary directors and electing an infirmary superintendent and placing the entire control and supervision the infirmary in the hands the county commissioners who shall perform All the duties now required the infirmary directors and be empowered to discharge the superintendent for Good cause and to fill the vacancy by press. Thirty six leading Republican Minnesota newspapers Are in favor Tariff reduction very nearly up to the lines Laid Down in president Cleveland a message. Our Republican friends will have to look Well , As the chances a democratic majority there next november Are extremely Plain dealer. The Railroad commission is after the Standard Oil company. Railroads have been shipping Oil at cheaper rates for the Standard company than for smaller refineries. The commission decided that railroads should charge the same for one party As another. Lion. J. P. Forbes Coshocton and his father t. J. Forbes Uhrichsville were in town monday calling friends and favored the times office with a Call. Hon. J. P. Forbes is a candidate for Congress claiming that that office should go to Coshocton As Liat county has not had a representative in Congress for forty years. Or. Forbes is a Brilliant Young Man and if nominated and elected he will Aii the office with great credit. Or. Forbes was a Tuscarawas county boy and has a great Many warm friends in this county. The majority the democratic party in Tuscarawas county feel that it is Justice to give some other county a Chance. We understand that every other county in the congressional District will have a candidate and some one outside Tuscarawas will surely get it. Wilkins is turning a heaven and Earth to get his fourth term and making promises to every other county but Coshocton. Wilkins however is not entitled to consideration at All. First because he has had three terms when Only two terms is the Rule. Second because his conscience will never allow him to let up he would ask the fifth term. And lastly he has built a Fine mansion in Washington and is practically a citizen that City. His interest in the people Tuscarawas county is measured by his own selfish motives and ambitions. Lie will slime you Over As Long As you will permit yourself to be owned by him. It is now time the shackles should he broken. This thing a one Man Power is ruining the party in Tuscarawas county. Let every Good Democrat put his shoulder to the wheel at the primaries and show that the party is not owned by one Man. A a Pauline a followed by a farce at music Hall saturday March 10th. Saturday matinee at 2 p. M. For ladies and children admission to cents. Or. Lee Shull a former citizen new Philadelphia but now Pueblo Colorado after spending two weeks with relatives in this City returned Home monday last. Mrs. Olive Eddy and her daughter Alice California and mrs. Rouse Minnesota Are visiting their sister mrs. John Knauss Sharon this county. They had not seen each other for thirty eight years. Or. Frank Williams a former new Philadelphia boy but now an extensive mine operator in the Coal regions Bates county mo., is visiting relatives in this cily. On Friday last while in Kansas City he met our old Friend Jim Conn and reports him in Good health. Or. Will Kuhns and brother in Law . George Barnes Canton spent a few Days in this City returning monday to their Home accompanied by mrs. Barnes and master Herman . Kuhns going As far As canal Dover with them and stopped off to join the Little party m a social Tea and extend congratulations to Rev. P. Hooper and family. The groceries Massillon have formed a Mutual Protection association. The object is to protect themselves against the army dead beats that go from grocery to grocery buying credit As Long As they can without paying for the goods. The Bell Telephone is to be introduced in our town. A sufficient number subscribers at $50 a year each have been secured to justify the company in putting it in. It will be a great paragraph. If you want Good Job printing done at Low prices Call at the times office. We do work As Low As can be done in the City elsewhere. Ben. Hopkins has got to go to the Penitentiary notwithstanding his severe illness. We ask our Many patrons who Are in arrears subscription to Call and pay up. Our terms Are $1.00 per year in Advance $1.50 if not paid within six months. If those who have failed to pay in six months will come in and pay within the next fifteen Days and pay in Advance for the coming year we will accept $1.00 per year. Several Hundred Are in arrears from one to two years. This ought not to be the Case at one Dollar per year and if not attended to we will have to insist the $1.50 per year and Send out a collector. At a meeting held at Eagle Hall new Philadelphia february 22, to organize committees in Tuscarawas county for procuring exhibits and reports for the women a department the Ohio Centennial exhibition appointments were made As follows president mrs it t Stockwell. Treasurer mrs p Taylor. Secretary miss Mary Taylor. Committee Art mrs w b Thompson mrs it Horning mrs John Graham miss Blanche Johnson miss Augusta Helmreich. On woman in education mrs m j Hoover miss Eliza flick. On woman in Benevolence mrs w a Pittenger mrs John Itam say mrs Leonard Smith mrs p Taylor miss Blanch Warner. On women in reforms mrs t j Forbes mrs George Slingluff mrs John Allen miss Kate Graham. On floriculture and horticulture mrs b Kellar mrs b Mic sch mrs John Mchattie mrs George Deardorff. On women in Domestic life mrs Jos Winspear mrs j ii officer mrs Grace Williams mrs John Doerschuck mrs Chas ecker., woman Sart industries mrs w w Scott mrs Michael Rohr mrs w r Shields mrs Frank Dent mrs v ii Norton miss Vina Guyer. Pioneer woman a department mrs Alex Brown mrs Cha font mrs Benedict Gross mrs sol Stocker mrs Ai Slingluff mrs Rezin Myers mrs j l Jelvaine mrs Zahner mrs Garver . The women throughout the county Are earnestly requested to assist in the work. Those who can procure Fine specimens woman Sart Industrial work rare plants and Flowers collections antiquities minerals coins,Etc., who can Supply facts in Reg fed to reformatory benevolent educational professional scientific work done by women in die county will Confer a favor by reporting to the respective committees the president Secretary. As the space in the exposition building allowed to women is limited Only the Best articles can be used. Letter from Columbus. Columbus o., february 28. The tally Sheet trial continues to drag along and the longer it drags the greater the feeling there is manifested in the Case. This feeling arises from the Well known fact that the prosecution is Only political persecution the main object being to persecute democrats instead prosecuting the real guilty offenders. Last saturday was an eventful Day in the cases one Long to be remembered. Court was called at the usual hours to clock and All were present judge attorneys witnesses and an immense crowd spectators and All the jurors but one. He was waited for looked for but not found until about 3 clock in the afternoon. Last Friday night was the time for him to take one his periodical drunks a disease that not Only sometimes effects jurors and other common people but Lias been known to have judges courts for its victims and he took it As his maudlin condition plainly showed when lie was brought into court. No court was held that Day and this periodical Drunken juror was placed in charge Deputy sheriffs to be closely watched until the following monday morning when lie would he brought into court and give a a ail account that was one the exciting features last saturday and the first one. The second came off in front the Neil House about five clock in the shape a a strike at one another a Between one George beaten and r. B. Montgomery the person who is now being tried the charge having committed the tally Sheet forgery. Beaton formerly held the position executive clerk under gov. Foraker and while holding that position he private Secretary Kurtz Dave Pugh the person who is now acting As judge in the hearing the Case Dave Hillings the prosecuting attorney and other Active Republican politicians in the summer and fall 1886 spent night after night at the Penitentiary training convicts to come into court and swear that they saw the tally sheets the october election in 1885 altered at that institution although the present indictments say that the tally sheets were altered in some office up in the City. Some time since Beaton resigned his executive clerkship and has been making his Home in Toledo but since the present trial began he has been making his Home in this City aiding the prosecution. As might be expected there is no love existing Between Beaton and Montgomery and to make that love less Beaton circulated around that Montgomery was drunk last Friday. This false charge coming to Montgomery scars he met Beaton at the time above mentioned and asked him Why he had circulated such a false report about him. Beaton answered that it was True when Montgomery told him he was a liar. Then the scrape commenced but neither were seriously Hurt As they were parted soon after the fuss commenced. But the most exciting scene last saturday was one that took place about fifteen minutes later in the same locality. For months have the prosecution had hired detectives from this and other cities to watch every movement the persons who have been indicted. No one has been More annoyed by these Fellows than Fred Steube. Fred was in the Neil House at that hour and seeing some these detectives watching him and seeing Lihung in front the hotel talking to a detective and several Republican politicians he went to him and be seethed dim to take his detectives away. Lulling said he had no detectives. Stenbe said a there they Are done to you see them a Luling said it was a lie. The giving the lie was too much for Steube and lie let Fly at hiding Scheek injuring him somewhat seriously when after striking him twice Steube a amps taken away by some gentlemen who had come up after the fuss began. Sundays papers Are full saturdays scenes and excitement and their account it is according to their owners political prejudices but the above is a True account what and Why it happened. The legislators started thursday for their Homes state institutions Etc., and we suppose will get Back and be ready for business to Morrow and pass useless Bills As they have been doing instead putting through the appropriation Bills adjourn sine die and go to their Homes to stay. A. A new music store will be one the additional business interests our town soon. Or. M. W. Burdick Lancaster Ohio will open up a full line musical instruments in a few Days As soon As a room can be fitted up. He will be at the Sherman House for several Days where he has his musical instruments exhibition. Or. Burdick is prepared to give first class instruments at very reasonable rates and invites the Public to Call and see him. Or. Fink Buffalo had his cow butchered the other Day and in its stomach was found a Gold ring bearing his daughters initials a Gold Scarf pin and Crochet Hook. The ring was As Bright As if she had just taken it off her Finger and so was the pin such parts it As were Gold. The girl accounts for the loss her ring by leaving it in the pan when paring potatoes. Pancakes in variety. On cold Winter mornings pan cakes All kinds hold an important place at the breakfast table. The cherished buckwheat cake most prominent All from thanksgiving Day until Early Spring is Seldom absent from the morning meal in tie genuine american household. When properly made this is the most delicious All the griddle cakes but it has been against it when made from yeast risen Over night that it was difficult to make Light and Sweet and that disagreeable effects frequently followed its eating. It is found that by the use the Royal baking powder to raise the Batter these objections have been entirely overcome and that buckwheat cakes Are made a most delicious food Light Sweet tender and perfectly wholesome that can be eaten by anyone without the slightest digestive inconvenience. Once tested from the following receipt no other will be used two cups buckwheat one cup wheat hour two table spoons Royal baking powder one half Teaspoon full Salt All sifted Well together. Mix with milk into a thin Batter and bake at once a hot griddle. The purest and richest syrup is made by dissolving sugar in the proportion three pounds sugar to one pint water. Many persons prefer the flavor syrup made Orleans sugar to that made the White. Rice griddle cakes Are very delicious. The Rice is cooked until perfectly soft drained dry mashed with a spoon until the Grams Are Well broken up. For each cup full Rice take two eggs one pint milk one heaping Teaspoon full Royal baking powder one half Teaspoon full Salt and flour enough to make a thin Batter. For Hominy cakes take two cupfuls Hominy and crush if with a potato Masher until it is a smooth mass. Add one level Teaspoon full Salt two Teaspoons full Royal baking powder and one cups full flour. Stir together then add by degrees one quart milk and lastly three Well beaten eggs. Bake in thin cakes. Very delicate and delicious cakes Are made by allowing two Tablespoons full Royal baking powder and one half Teaspoon full Salt to one quart milk and sufficient Corn meal mixing All into a smooth thin Batter no eggs butter Are used for these. The cakes bake quickly to a Rich deep Brown and Are extremely tender and Light. A very delicious Sweet pan cake is made by taking one pint Sweet milk four eggs two Tablespoons full melted butter two Tablespoons full powdered sugar one Teaspoon full Royal baking powder and four enough to make a moderately thin Batter. Beat the eggs Whites and Yolks separately until Well frothed stir the butter sugar and one cup full hour into which the baking powder has been mixed into the Yolks then add the milk. If need add More four. Bake in Small cakes butter each one As it conies from the fire place four in a pile with very thin layers any kind Sweet Jelly Between and powdered sugar Over the top. They should be baked very thin and four served to each person. Married. the m. E. Parsonage the 21st inst., Rev. Wilson officiating . Win. Platts and miss Mary Osborn both Mineral Point the residence the brides parents in Lockport by Rev. Wilson . Valentine Frew and miss Mattie Fellers. Obituary. Peter pore her a prominent Man and Blacksmith Phillipsburg died at his Home last thursday evening after a four Days illness the bowels. Or. P. Was Well respected in his neighbourhood and his funeral sunday last was largely attended. He leaves a wife and four children to mourn his loss who have the sympathy the entire neighbourhood. Blaine was interviewed at Florence Italy the 25th, in which interview he declared he was not a candidate for president. Excursions. Business men and settlers looking for new locations investments can reach All principal Points in Minnesota and Dakota at a Cost one fare for the round trip by availing themselves the excursions announced via the St. Paul Minneapolis amp Manitoba Ray from St. Paul 3/inn. Tickets Good for thirty Days. Very Low excursion rates have been made also by this line to Helena and great Falls Montana tickets Good for four months. Further particulars can he obtained by addressing ii Warren general passenger agent St. Paul Minnesota 1 r Mcginnis Columbus Ohio. Loews to to passengers holding Penn. Co. Two thousand mile tickets and patrons generally from and after feb. 23d two thousand mile tickets Penn. Co. Issue will be Good for passage Over the grand rapids amp Indiana Ray and leased operated Linos. This arrangement applies to two thousand mile tickets Only the members the Catholic Church have organized a society in new Philadelphia and purchased a lot West front Street opposite Andrew Lyles for a Church site. A new Church will be erected thereon this summer. There Are enough members Here to form quite a congregation. Quarterly meeting services will be held at the . Church sunday March 11th. Presiding elder Domer will preach in the evening. Messes. Frank Brown and we. Clark have bought the Stock groceries belonging to George Rice. Or. Rice will retire from the merchandising business. This is special bargain Day at Urfer amp Kinsey. Cali and see them and secure a bargain. Real estate for Sale 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 to 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. Komio attorney at Law. Office in Mclean Block Southwest Corner Public Square new Philadelphia Ohio. 3tf science and Industry. Sabbath Day february 26th, 1888, was the 25th anniversary Rev. P. Hooper and wife now residing in our sister City canal Dover .1. In Boothe being aware the fact sent a postal to Rev. Hooper saying business would Cail him to Dover monday and if agreeable he would bring mrs. Boothe along and leave her with them until he was ready to return. A reply came Back by return mail saying he should come and bring not Only mrs. B. Hut the whole family. Imagine the Surprise the pastor and family answering the ring at the door to find boothes family to consist about a dozen his numerous new Philadelphia friends some whom he had not seen for Many years and yet remembered Well. The hours the afternoon passed rapidly Amity in pleasant greetings songs and social Chat. To say we were Happy but feebly expresses the pleasure we enjoyed in thus spending a Short period time with these beloved friends a Lang in a few appropriate remarks j. In Boothe presented to Rev. Hooper and family a Beautiful Silver fruit service As a Token remembrance from those present and a few others who could not be the number. Rev. P. Stans Hooper was pastor Emanuel a lutheran Church this City Nineteen years ago and he and his family have Ever retained a warm place in our hearts. M. A. B. Horse for Sale. A gentle sound Strong horse been driven to buggy several years for Sale. Enquire at the times office. Number to. A a Largo number Small tobacco factories Are being started in Florida to work up the tobacco grown in the state. A preliminary arrangements have been entered into to establish a Large manufactory in Phoenix ari., to make sugar from sorghum. A a Good photograph the seventh Moon Saturn has been obtained by the messes hairy at the Paris Observatory. The photographic plate had to be exposed thirty live minutes. This Moon is known to astronomers As hyperion and was the last satellite Saturn to be . Y. Ledger. A the manufacture solid carbonic acid Gas is said to have become a settled Industry in Berlin. It is put in Small cylinders and if kept under pressure will last some time that is a Cylinder one and a half inches in diameter and two inches Long takes live hours to melt away into Gas. A if the statements which come from Brazil the subject Are trustworthy the Freire system inoculation against yellow fever certainly seems to be efficacious. The mortality from the disease in Rio de Janeiro is said to be ten times As great among those who have not been treated by . Freire s method As among persons who have been . Y. Ledger. A the entire annual production the Cordage Mills the United states it is stated is about 120,000 tons valued at about $24,000,000. Of this about 40,-000 tons is Binder twine and the balance is rope All sizes from the largest hawser Down to the Ordinary Manila tarred rope most used by sailors in splicing and opinion. A . John Vansant the United states Marine Hospital at St. Louis claims to he the first to have taken photographs by the Light fireflies lie placed twelve fireflies in a three ounce bottle covering its Mouth with Fine Bobinet. The average duration the Flash each insect was half a second and the Luminous area the Abdomen was about one eighth an Inch Square. The time exposure was fifty . A we learn from the Pittsburgh Iron world that Pittsburgh steel makers have established agencies for the Sale the liner grades steel suitable for making cutlery in Europe India and Australia. Their sales have been so considerable As to practically guarantee an established Trade. Steel has been sold in Competition with English made steel at the same prices Aud the world says a the prices under the circumstances were entirely satisfactory to the a Faye the French meteorologist thinks the movement a Tornado is not ascending As some scientists suppose it to he hut descending penetrating the lower layers the atmosphere like a Corkscrew. The destructive effects these storms Are ascribed to the violent Shock occasioned by the collision the descending spirals with the ground and the Energy is not apparently lessened by this Contact inasmuch As it is constantly renewed from above and transmitted to the Earth by the rotary motion . Y. Ledger. A a French fuel the plan util izing Coke dust try making it into briquettes has been successfully adopted by a Gas company at Lyons France. This is accomplished by mixing each e j a ton Fine Coke with about 200 pounds Coal tar pitch and then passing through a compressing machine the total Cost is $1 per ton and the product readily he for $5.50 to $6 per ton. The expense fat a the Plant with a capacity sixty live tons daily was Only $.5. Too. A i Arkansaw traveler. A the Barr Nianda proves to be a connecting link primary rank Between the. Oldest surviving group fishes and the Vest air breathing animals like the frogs and salamanders. It leaves its native streams at night and sets out a foraging after vegetable food in the neighbouring Woodlands. It has both lungs and Gills. It can breathe either air water at will if it chooses the two together. Though covered with Scales Ami most fish like in outline it presents Points anatomical resemblance both to salamanders and lizards and is a connecting Bond Between the North american mud Tish the one hand and the wonderful Lepido Siren in the other. Processes burglars. Burglary is not usually classed among mechanical trades but it is nevertheless an a Industry Quot in its Peculiar Way and very numerous by followed in cities and Large towns. Some one a Safe manufacturer to believe has been at the pains compiling a summary the processes which burglars employ in the present advanced state the Art. They Are said to be 1. The driving wedges into door jambs by which the tenon is forced out the packed Groove and explosives inserted around and into the rabbet stepped Flange. 2. The application the Drill material represented As Drill proof Metal ?. 3. The application the Harris stripper in peeling plates from their rivet and machine screw fastenings. 4. The application the Burton pulling wrench by which lock and Bolt spindles Aie drawn out doors. 5. The application the Mason Ripper a late and ingenious implement burglary used safes vaults with Iron surfaces. 6. The application the powder pump in forcing explosives around the jambs Safe doors and into crevices created by wedging and in the use Jaeks rows. 7. The explosion dynamite the surface the Doo by which the bolts and Bolt Frame Are dislodged by Cou budget. Renews her youth. Common pleas court. Proceedings. Crim Inal. Ohio v Simon g Kiser $300 recognizance for appearance for trial Given. Ohio v William Krupps Selling sunday Ollied As to second third fifth and sixth counts. Plea guilty entered first and fourth $50 Fine and costs and two Days in jail. Ohio v Levi d Sommers $150 recognizance for appearance for trial. Ohio v Emma s and George Johnson Selling sunday indictment Ollied As to Emma George plead guilty fined $50 and costs and one hour in jail. Ohio v we f Kohl Selling to one in habit plead guilty $30 costs and five Days in jail. Ohio v Kohl Selling to one in habit plea guilty $30 costs and five Days in jail. Ohio v Kohl Selling to one in habit plea guilty $30 and costs and five Days in jail. Ohio v Kohl Selling sunday $100 recognizance to appear at May term. Ohio v e j Maloy Selling sunday $25 Fine and costs and one hour in jail. Ohio v Alonzo Shutts Selling sunday Alonzo plead guilty $100 Fine and costs and 30 Days in jail. Judgment against defendants. Henry Lieser v w f Ellwood $203.62. Jonathan Norris v Peggy j Lidey $161.66. W b Thompson v j p Hooker. Citizens National Bank v Wood Mclean co Novit $707.05. Citizens National Bank v crites. Degrees. Dilworth Bros v j t Thompson order Sale at private Sale Vendi exp Onas. John Bowers v Mary c Bowers. Jacob f Baad v Elizabeth Ilo them appointment confirmed and election to take premises. Tried to jury. Albert g Meese v John Merkley jury withdrawn and Case continued. Frank e Smith v George w Mathias verdict for defendant. Gorman Staley v we ii Walton. Verdict for defendants. Lizzie Severns v Jacob w Stoody. Casks continued. Alexander Mccullough v Ezek Evans. Harding amp Meek v Henry Harmon. Gorman Staley v Charles Walton. Defendant to plead we f Walters v we l Davis. Nancy Wallace v Joseph Wallace. F 11 Groff trustee v j b Warner. Albert Bates v j b Warner. Thomas i Laland v George Reamer. Cases settled. Anna e Shufelt v t ii Bohman. Plaintiff to plead. Ida Carnaham v Rebecca read. Edward Rosemo Iid v Ernst Schmidt. Transfers real estate. Real estate Agency a Samuel Moore new Philadelphia Ohio. Property All kinds i As compiled in the office the recorder deeds Samuel Warner to Pauline Leminger lot 6, new Philadelphia $450. Geo k Campbell to Anna m Sappell lot 4, new Philadelphia $130. John English to John s English 61 67-Luo acres Goshen township $4,933.60. Peter Hawk to i f lash part lot 9, Bolivar $1,000. Gustavus Reghi to Charles e Reiser part lot 4, Trenton $100. 3 he Zoar society to Clark Cogan lots 25 and 26, Valley City $200. Elizabeth Thomas to Mary Rainsberg 1-5 acre Goshen township $500. Henry Otzenberger to Christian Gra her to 55-100 acres wave township $633. Adam Graichen to Christian Graber 20 acres Wayne township $1,100. For Sale Exchange Aii properties left in our hands will be advertised free charge. Commission charged Only when Sale Exchange is made and at reasonable rates. Inquiries by mail promptly answered. Inc Call at the times office Over citizens National Bank. No. 2. Dwelling House. A Fine two Story Frame House containing seven Large rooms conveniently arranged finished in Good style and papered throughout. Bay Extension in front the House affording a Fine View the Street also a portico in front Good chimneys built from the ground up grates in four rooms and stove flues for three rooms Good cellar closets and Large Cistern Wood and Coal House and other out buildings. Splendid variety fruit Trees just beginning to Bear such As pears plums peaches and apples 5,500 bearing strawberries excellent Quality 500 bearing raspberries. Also plenty currents gooseberries and grapes. Two lots one 66x264, and the other 54x264�?both fronting the Street. This property is situated a Good Street in new Philadelphia Ohio. The proceeds the berries alone will pay a Good per cent the investment. Brice very reasonable and easy payments. Call at the items office. Of no. 15. One lot Ani two houses. A Good two Story Frame dwelling seven rooms lot 66x264, with another Good one Story Frame House four rooms same lot and both houses in Good repair. Good fruit Good Well and Cistern premises and also Good outbuildings. Situated in new Philadelphia West High Street and is a Corner lot. Will sell very cheap will Trade for a Small tract land. A bargain in it. Call at the times office. 1 have for Sale a Fine Rich level productive farm 2,250 acres. First and second Bottom land about one half cleared and in cultivation balance Good Timber three Miles from the City Vincennes Indiana Railroad station one Corner and three four tenant houses the farm. Gravel Road to the City. Will raise 25 to 35 bushels wheat and 50 to 80 bushels Corn to the acre. Good for All grasses Small Grain. Price $25 per acre. Also several Small farms in same Vicinity at very reasonable prices. For further information Call at the times office. Of what am i to do the symptoms bilious Ness Are unhappily but too Well known. They differ in different individuals to some extent. A bilious Man is Seldom a breakfast eater. Too frequently alas he has an excellent appetite for liquids but none for solids a morning. His Tongue will hardly Bear inspection at any time if it is not White and furred it is rough at All events. The digestive system is wholly out order and 1 Tarrh Tea constipation May be a symptom the two May alternate. There Are often haemorrhoids even loss blood. There May be giddiness and often headache and acidity flatulence and tenderness in the pit the stomach. To Correct All this if not effect a cure try Ireen s Avgust Flower i costs but a trifle anti thousands attest its Efficacy. 9yl lame the undersigned hereby announces to the Public that he Sells first class fruit Trees the Best varieties All grafted add budded fruit. A also new varieties that have been lately introduced and found reliable. Evergreens Mcclure to we Iio Efleta part i Maple Trees shrubbery Ali kinds lots a i and 4, Oxford $800. Edward Loeft to Jas Mcclure part lots 3 and 1, Oxford township $800. Annie e Gardner to Lorenzo i Cornell part lot 4, Mineral it Ity $600. John Glauser to Christian Rolli lot 21, new Philadelph $s00. Maurice Moody to w k Eckfeld it Al lots to and 11, Dennison $325. Peter c Weber to Elizabeth Worms lot 423, Dover $1,000. We Campbells adm a to Frank Spaeth lot 11, new Philadelphia Luo. Beriah Wilkins to c n Mccluskey lot 133, Uhrichsville $500. Hannah Schwab to John Schwab Igo acres Jefferson township $525. John l Wilgus to will Wilgus lot 21 and part 22, Newcomerstown $1000. John Leech to James Mccormick \ acre Salem township $10>>. John a Wood to Nelson j King \ acre Trenion $700. Catharine Lessick to Wesley spank part lots 65, 66 and 6<, Bolivar $100. Mary Scott to m h Thompson lot 256, Uhrichsville $350. J f Evans to Samuel p Davis part i lot 5, Bolivar $400. Climbing vines Small fruits grapes All kinds. Greenhouse plants and Flowers. Anything you wish for in my line you can obtain me for uni half the j Price usually asked by agents. I cordially ask you to patronize your j lome nurseryman and Florist. Daniel Wyss. I new Philadelphia Jan. 26. 5m6 a a gift for Aii. In order to give All a Chance to test it j and thus be convinced its wonderful j curative towers . Kings new disco a cry for consumption coughs and colds i will be fora limited time Given away. I this offer is not Only Liberal but shows unbounded Faith in the merits this great remedy. Aii who suffer from coughs colds consumption asthma bronchitis any affection Throat \ Chest lungs Are especially requested j to Call at Miller a songs drug store i and get a trial bottle free. Large Bot i ties. Market reports. Office March 1, 1888. $ 5 to 1 25 $ 4 45 Tim r flour Patent bbl. A a $ sack. A a Best family p bbl. A a Amber it sack. A a a a new proc wheat to Bushel. Is. Phoebe 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 Cox plaint and lameness for Many year could not dress my self without help. Now i am free from All pain and soreness and am Able to do All my own housework. I 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. C. Miller amp son. Unclaimed letters. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office february 28, 1888 g. A. Hart Abner Murphy Richard Pennock mrs. Eta Jones mrs. Ellen Bontrager mrs. Elizabeth Baird Mary e. Baker. E. P. Degrief p. M. I corny new Bushel. Alvin Sprague to John b Luce Oak j at a new Bushel. Part lot 288, Dover $13,000. I Rye c1 j butter Pound. T d Lealea to j t Donnell lot 8, by dozen. Dennison $718. Maurice Moody to Thos Martin lot 3, j Dennison $200. W w Porter to c w Walker part lot -1, Uhrichsville $300. Jonathan Komi to Cyrus c Correll 6 1-6 acres Warwick township $4,950. Ill in b Fribley to John w Burry 58 87-100 acres York township $625. Buckwheat flour Quot Pound. Hams Pound. S11o u l d e rss a Pound. Sides Pound. Lard Pound. Tallow a Pound. Beef Pound. Salt Goshen v barrel. White lime�?t1 barrel. Akron cement�?7$barrel. Calcined plaster a barrel. Land plaster ton. Sheriff Goudy to Jacob Haas lot j potatoes Suslek new a Dover $203. Dried peaches Pound. Uriah Gordon to Alice Jackson 4 7-1 Kaost expound. J onions to Bushel. Hay�?14 ton new. Timothy seed 3 Buslon 1. Too acres Sandy township $488.40. The Zoar society to Mark a Matson 86-100 acres Sandy township $150. F w Moore to James Loeb lot 8, Uhrichsville $350. U Richard neighbors adm a to Jum d Phillips lots 57 and 58, Newcomerstown $615. 1 15 i 50 85 to do 15 7723 is 04 11 08 08 08 3i 07� 15 1 15 1 00 1 35 2 25 9 00 1 50 80� 90 06 75 ii 00 2 50 30 35 00 3 69 05 Wool. Fertilizers ton. Clover seed Bushel. Dried apples Pound. Chickens a Pound. 05@06 ducks a Pound. 06 turkeys a Pound. 07 geese apiece. 40@50

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