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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - March 29, 1888, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the a times Quot advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y . One Inch. Three inche9. $ 1 00 $ 2 00 $ 3 00 $ 5 00 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 i six inches. 3 00 4 50 12 50 22 50 half column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 22 50 40 00 75 00 notices. Five cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday March 29, 1888. Number 14. Official Philadelphia times. District. Congress. State senator. Common pleas judges. County representative. Probate judge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Beriah Wilkins Geo. W. Crites j. C. Glance a. Peace Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley James m. Patrick j. C. Donahey a. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. J. G. Neumann s. Rufer w. E. Lash a. Benner 0. Ii. Hoover Ozias Delong it j m. Porter i.  1 Daniel Korns. Lames 11. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. C. C. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. B. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. Glatfelter. City. Mayor. C Erk quote quote Quot. Marshal. ree t c m Vissio her Council game Warden. Justices. Names. Township. Post pics. A. Youngen. Same a Bixler. Henry Deible. Philip Doerfer. Daniel Krebs. Milken. J w Newburg. Jos 11 Hostetler Nich Montag. y Renneker. Charleszi Ehlers Philip a Garver c c Fernsel. Daniel Richards Hugh t Minnis. J 11 Booth. I it ii read. John s Spring a John w Rolli. Davi Ltd Breymeir Samuel c Kline. John Milone. F j Greene. Now Lytle . C w Knisley. J k Mulvane. And Timmerman. T j Murphy. Jas Galbraeth. T b Rankin. L a Cornett. W j Haskinson l s Mckinney. Wesley m Tracy Lewis c Zollars. T Richardson. M s Wagner. J l Baldwin. T k Robinson. J ii Gardner. R g Galbraith. Hiram Echman. Robot Coruthers Isaac couts. James w Stoutt John Wetter. William Kinsey p h Kuhn. Auburn. Auburn. Bucks. Bucks. Clay. Clay. Dover. Dover. Dover. Fairfield. Fairfield. Franklin. Franklin. Goshen. Goshen. Goshen. Goshen. Jefferson. Jefferson. Lawrence. Lawrence. Mill. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Oxford. Perry. Perry. Rush. Rush. Salem. Salem. Sandy. Sandy. Sugar Creek. Sugar Creek. Union. Union. Warren. Warren. Warwick. Warwick. Washington Washington Wayne. Wayne. York. Y Ork. Ragersville. Ragersville. Baltic. Baltic. Lock no. 17. Gnadenhutten. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. New Philada a. Zoar station. Strasburg. Strasburg. New Philada a. Nephi Iada a. New Philada a. New Philada a. Port Washington Stone Creek. Zoar Bolivar. Uhrichsville. . Dennison. Newcomerstown Newcomerstown Cadwallader. Cadwallader. Tippecanoe. Gnadenhutten. Port Washington port Washington Mineral City. Mineral City. Shanesville. Shanesville. Uhrichsville. Leesville. New Cumberland new Cumberland j Tuscarawas j Tuscarawas i Albany. Paoli. Dundee. Dundee. New Philada a. Black band. Professional directory. Types. N. D. Richards m. D. Physician and surgeon a new Philadelphia Ohio. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 49yl a j c. Parks m. A. Physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Office Over Routzen Heizer a drug store. Residence two doors South c i p depot. 49yl Jas. A. D. Richards. Jos. T. Mccullough. Richards a Mccullou ii attorneys at Law 4i<yl new Philadelphia Ohio. It j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence. No. 4u, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 4syl prances rom in 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. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47yl j ii Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Camuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. Ail professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Larrison Ami 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 sat 3afactiou, Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller son. 6y2 h. Amp a. P. Lacey procure patents in the u. S., Canada and Europe 20 years experience. Preliminary examinations As to patentability inventions free. No attorney fees in Advance for obtaining u. Patents. Tull instructions in patents terms Etc. Sent free. Address r. Amp a. P. Lacey Patent att is. Washington d. C. Feb. 2, �?T8syl 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 a condition. Spavins and ringtones Best treated by the actual cautery. Calls by Telegraph otherwise promptly an swered. Office Over Routzen Heiser a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio 4yl Mitchells dental rooms. Grant Mitchell d. D. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. A it Bjork new Philadelphia Over re iffy a hardware store Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. Gas and Ether administered. Diseases the Mouth Aud Teeth a specially. 1 the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey proprietor. Be House has been newly furnished through pleasant rooms. Table first class. Prices Lerate. Bus to and from the cars. Good by in connection with the House. 9yl remodeler refitted and refurnished thro out new i Johnson i House. H. B. West manager 133 Superior Street Cleveland,.Ohio. Terms�?81.50 to 82.00, according to room. Clerks th0s. H. Case l. Colder. 52yl a a Koivu Feis inem w w h oof Job a us jew tube a is a easy Luau to a atom it it Job put a Jairm Jiong �?�jf7w�jdp� a Oja a Sajt j a Saouma say i to a Vaus Swa to Dveno opss Job a pro Frej Spuri 5?uizhj3 Pun Suruj Obj a Jaqui t aug Ajob oooo oooo a met ipod us bus pub a Jap us met 8ptj0ri Ossa Uipi Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday March 29, 1888. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 4rtlie new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in advance81 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 a a a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Chief Justice wait died last week leaving a vacancy the supreme Bench to be filled by president Cleveland. Carlisle Kentucky is talked and several others. The Longmont frees one our Colorado exchanges will be moved from Longmont to Denver. Brother Wilson desires a larger yield and has chosen the Beautiful City Denver. We wish him Success. Little happenings. A new building and loan association has been organized in Cadiz. That makes two for Cadiz. The first must have been a Good thing the second would not have been organized. Why not have a building and loan association in new Philadelphia Van b. Baker who was convicted murdering his wife and Mother in Law the 9th May last was granted a new trial by judge Boyd account misconduct the part a juror in making declarations concerning the accused before the verdict was rendered. The City Cleveland claims the Honor being the Mother a Devil. The monstrosity was born last week. A Cut it appears in mondays Plain dealer. Now that they have a Devil they will have to have a place called a a hades a and the City will then be equipped for business. We will extend our proposition last week concerning delinquent subscribers to april 1st. Many took advantage the Otter to save the extra fifty cents but there Are several Hundred yet that ought to do so in Justice to themselves and to us. We Hope to see Many Between now and april 1st. An Effort is being made to extend the Bellaire amp St. Clairs Vilie Ray from its present terminus near Bowerstown to intersect the b. Amp it. Near Bellaire via new Athens amp St. Clairs Vilie An enthusiastic meeting was held at new Athens last week in the interest this project. The citizens agreed to Aid the Road. The chief Engineer the Road will begin a Survey in a few Days. Wendall Phillips said once that a Man can never get very far away from his Cradle and . Cleveland is indebted to the impressions made by his Mother in his childhood for qualities character which have won the Confidence and esteem the american people. Asa boy he was plucky and firm when convinced and As president he has fulfilled the prophecy earlier Days. The docket for the april term court was set monday. It does not Promise to be a profitable term for the bar As but one jury Case is the Calendar. If that should be compromised postponed the Halls Justice will be Barren eloquence in the april Days. A Cadiz Sentinel. Tuscarawas can beat the Harrison record As we had one Case this term that lasted As Long As a term court does in Harrison county and probably 250 cases ahead the Calendar to try. We made a visit to the Diamond fire Lay and tile works at Uhrichsville and found quite an Industry. It is a valuable business adjunct to the town and has orders enough ahead to run the works All summer. The result this Plant has been so Gratifying to the people Uhrichsville that another company has been organized and new works will be erected this summer. Uhrichsville is putting City airs rapidly. Many new houses were built last season and Many to go up this season. Water works will be put in operation within the next six months and a business Boom is anticipated. Beriah Wilkins Washington made a visit to Tuscarawas Coshocton and Licking counties this week to set up the pins for the congressional contest. He counts breaking the Forbes and Hunter delegations hence the visit to Coshocton and Newark this week. Muski Ngum and Holmes is supposed to be easily managed. Promises and smiles will be As numerous with him As the mosquitoes Florida. It is part his Stock in Trade. His promises Are like the Dew the morn ining soon vanish. Democrats should remember the Story the a a spider and the Beriah will weave a Subtle web in a Little Corner sly Etc. Then he will sing his Little Sony flattery. The tally Sheet forgery Case against Montgomery has at last closed after a protracted suit six eight weeks. The Public anxiously awaited the result but to the great Surprise republicans the jury disagreed. Whoever is guilty that forgery ought to be punished but it seems that the state is trying All those whom the officials the state and the Republican party think ought to be punished general principles. The class testimony by which they seek to bring about a conviction is very doubtful character and principally from parties who have sworn to two three different stories. The circumstantial evidence is the Only matter that has a semblance truth about it. Whether a further Elfort will be made against the accused parties remains to be seen. It is rather an expensive bus mess for Franklin county and the state. Let every voter turn out. Next tuesday will be election Day. P. Ii. Read will be the next mayor. Every Day except sunday is bargain Day at Fribley a. Many a Man blows the Bellows the Organ that sounds his Praise. Several new subscribers were added to tie times list while we were at Uhrichsville Friday last. We received a letter from Somerdale and one from Hartwood which were unavoidably crowded out but will appear next week. Blakes Mills corporation nominated the following councilmen Benjamin Wells Edward Englehart James Cummings for two years and David Stone Brook for one year. Rev. J. Ii. Dodd will preach next Sabbath morning and evening in the disciples Church. Subject in the evening 14th chapter and 14th verse Job a a if a Man die shall lie live again a a mistake was made in our last weeks Iossif Csizi our correspondence from Baltic in reference to the serenade and party Given . Espenschied. It should have said saturday evening instead sunday evening. Or. And mrs. Jacob study gave a very pleasant evening party to a number invited guests thursday evening last. All parties present enjoyed themselves hugely by playing charades and other innocent plays. A splendid Lap supper was an important feature the occasion. The following democratic ticket was nominated in Goshen township l clerk to. Raith. Constables a. Sherrets a. . F. P. Stowe. Assessors precinct no. 1, . Hill. A a 2, f. I. Crites. 3, de. Vilall. The a Jolly eight held a dance at the residence . Crist Neiderheiser West front Street saturday evening last. The a Jolly eight club is composed eight couples who meet every saturday evening at the Home one the number and spend the evening in dancing singing and playing games. They meet for a Good time and suffice to say they always have it. They return thanks to . And mrs. Neiderheiser for the hospitality shown them and especially to mrs. N. For the elegant supper prepared. It is astonishing How ingenious the human mind is in getting up novelties to please the senses. When nature ceases to bring wonders enough to the pleasure seeker to keep Ott ennui then Art is searched for and bound Down in some Way in order to produce the required enjoyment. It is said that Albert Durer was so extremely fond music that he had musical decanters constructed which would give fourth strains music As soon As the wine began to pour into them. Each one played a different tune so that at a dinner the successive filling each guests Glass would give a whole concert. Our observations in Uhrichsville. We called our Friend Jacob Rummer Uhrichsville Friday and found that he has opened a handsome Stock new goods since he was burned out near the Central hotel and was very Busy waiting customers. Or. Rummer is a Clever gentleman and always draws a Good Trade. We next called . Falkenhof who keeps the Mammoth clothing establishment water Street. Or. Falkenhof is noted for his Low prices and Square dealing and thereby is widely known As the King clothiers. We also visited . W. H. Gibbony the popular merchant Taylor. Or. Gib Bony has moved into a splendid room in his new building opposite . Rogers the photographer third Street. A handsome line suiting and gents furnishing goods Are kept constantly hand to select from. The lovers fashionable dress will do Well to give . Gibbony a Call. We called the Smith Brothers who keep first class dry Good stores and found them All Busy with customers. We caught tha Geniel gentlemen and insurance agent . Loeb in an excellent mood and placed him the times list. Or. Loeb is one Tuscarawas county a Best Republican organizers and a holy terror to the democracy Mill township. We found . Emmet Ullrich behind the counter in n neat Little room adjoining the Post office which was Well stocked with the finest grades hoots and shoes. Or. Hurieh is a genial fellow and has a Good Trade. His prices Are popular and bound to win custom. We found . John d. Scott an old acquaintance formerly Harrison county who has for Many years been engaged in blacksmithing engaged in the Saloon business. Or. Scott Lias always been a Good Law abiding citizen and we feel confident he will keep within the limits the Law in dealing out drinks. We were pleased to add to out list . Utterback and . Laport both Model Young men Uhrichsville who have not yet launched in business for themselves. What changes a few years will make so we thought meeting . Fletcher Mccullough whom we Well knew and feared in our More Youthful Days As school teacher. But the thought flitted through our mind that we could a do him up a now if occasion demanded it. after laughing Over old school Days when he was teacher he concluded to let us Lampoon him As a subscriber. There Are Many other business men and subscribers in Uhrichsville that we did not have time to Call but Hope to next time personal mention. Or. De. Douthitt is Home from College for a vacation. Miss Loretta Lafferty is spending her vacation at her Home in Lafferty. Lev. L. M. Kuhns and wife leave monday for Canton their former Home. Miss Gusty Helmrich canal Dover visited friends Here saturday afternoon. Mrs. John Judy who has been spending the Winter in Illinois has returned. Miss Kate Berkin Dennison spent several Days in this City the past week. Prof. Welty Madison o., is spending a weeks vacation in new Philadelphia. _ . Vail returned Home yesterday from a visit to friends in Bolivar and Zoar. Mrs. De. Kaldenbaugh was summoned to Cleveland saturday by her husbands illness. _ a. Byers and wife and Arthur Brown and family have returned from their Southern trip. Miss Addie Wilson Brownhelm o., is visiting her parents . And mrs. B. Wilson this City. Miss Maine Crisswell is spending her vacation in Newcomerstown the guest miss Mary Powleson. Or. Thomas Millard formerly this place but now Niles o., is spending a week with Friend in this City. Or. Charles Lahmer who has been in Witchita kas., since last fall returned tuesday to take a position i the Exchange Bank. Thanks to . J. I. Ball fort Mcdowell Arizonia for $1.00, As a renewal his subscription to the times. Rev. W. L. Tedro Constantine Michigan is visiting . W. H. Wallick the Sherman House this week. Or. James Congleton has bought the Mauk property West Ray Street and will move there in the Spring. Or. Mauk and family will move to Kansas. Augustus Beyer and Arthur Brown and family returned from Florida this week where they have spent a greater portion the Winter. Or. Al. Knisely Chicago will move Back to new Philadelphia this week. The doctor s health has failed him and he had to quit practice. He will remain Here until his health improves. We Are sorry to learn his illness. Miss Lucy Degrief the accomplished assistant pos mistress who has been visiting friends at Lima for two weeks past returned Home yesterday. In her absence . E. P. Degrief assisted by Taylor Holmes with Grace and dignity de. Is pleasing the Public As p. M. Obituary. Clint Walton aged 15 years son . And mrs. Louis Walton fair Street this City died monday morning pneumonia. Or. Thomas Smitherman an aged gentleman West High Street died sunday evening last old age and general debility. Or. Smitherman was a highly respected citizen beloved by All who knew him and was a consistent and devoted member the methodist Church. Good farm for rent. Address Oliver Knisely new Philadelphia Or. John Strickmaker and wife canal Dover returned from their California trip yesterday looking Hale and Hearty. Miss Nellie Rennie gave a very Nice entertainment to some her Young lady and gentlemen friends last Friday evening at her Home West High St. Farmers in need mowers and reapers will find it to their interest to Call Gustavus Regula at Trenton o., who is agent for the Empire Mower and self binders. There is none better in the Market and prices reasonable. Mrs. Robert Hay will remain in the Kaderly building with her Stock millinery goods until the Snyder building West High Street is completed which will be in a few Days. The ladies Are invited to Call at her rooms in John Kaderly a building. We learn that new Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, t. O. O. F. Intends celebrating the 40th anniversary the institution the Lodge next wednesday evening april 4th. The Public Are respectfully invited to their Lodge room that occasion. Appropriate easter services will be held in the methodist Church Sabbath. The sunday school missionary society will hold a session in the evening. Miss Anna Fackler will read a selection mrs. Latimer Custer will read an essay and miss Jiame Domer will recite n. P. Willis poem a the raising collection for the sunday school .1/issionary society. Cupid at work. The following marriage licenses were granted for the week ending March 24th William f. Sterling and Martha l. Minney Washington masters and Sarah m. Schumacher John Wolf and Catharine Wolf Charles m. Schooley and Mary m. Shivers William a. Angel and Gertie Brown John King and Lillie Clark Hubert h. Price and Mary l. Kurtz. About Wool. Written for the times. Or. Editor permit me through your paper to say to the editor the Ohio Democrat that there were no invidious distinction intended to be made in furnishing copy the proceedings the Tuscarawas Wool growers association held in this City March 3rd, and i take it upon myself to say for the association that we Are heartily sorry that copy was not furnished to All at the same time. Or. Merrick says a a our friends the Wool growers did not wait until their officers had been selected so eager were they to enter protest against the presidents message but first adopted their the facts Are that the report the committee resolutions was the last business transacted in the convention notwithstanding it appears different in the papers. The Wool growers association is not a political organization As our Friend by his insinuations would have us be. We denounce John Sherman with As much eagerness As we do Cleveland for his unpatriotic vote March. 1883, in reducing the duty Wool. Friend Merrick begs leave to differ with the Wool grow Eros views set Forth in their resolutions which he has a right to do. He is Welcome to Stab these resolutions to his hearts Content with his facile pen but the truth therein will not Down but grow More Brilliant by his criticism. The agricultural interests our country is the bed Rock upon which All other Industrial enterprises As a nation rests. When the Husbandman prospers All other Industrial interests and enterprises Prosper alike. When you cripple one you cripple All. Sheep husbandry is an important and indispensable Branch Home agriculture adapting itself to climate and location that other branches husbandry would be unprofitable and consequently a failure. Eastern Ohio Western Pennsylvania and Western Virginia is Well adapted to the raising Wool. A Large portion these lands Are unsuitable for the raising Grain any length time. The enterprising Farmer clearly foresaw forty years ago if persistently followed up in raising wheat Corn and Oats the soil these Hills would soon be in the River Bottoms and he would have nothing left but a Monument rocks to Mark the place where his farm once was. To Avert this great calamity to himself and country he engages in the sheep husbandry. He commences with the Woods Breed a tall Gay Swift foot sheep which they had to be to keep out the Way dogs and wolves with a fleece thin coarse Wool averaging about two and one half pounds. From this class sheep an inexperienced in the business has by skillful Breeding and paying Large sums Money for imported Stock in forty years experimenting doubled the amount Wool per head and brought it to such a state excellence that with Pride we can say that our neighbor county Harrison was awarded the first Premium at the worlds fair at Philadelphia City 187g. By the willing hands Industry this mountainous country has been beautified and utilized into Green Fields luxuriant pastures whitened with flocks dotted Over with comfortable dwelling houses Barnes and stables yielding a Good living to their occupants and at the same time paying a Nice Revenue to the government and furnishing raw material sufficient to keep thousands men and women employed manufacturing Woolen goods sufficient to Supply 81.9 All Woolen goods consumed in the United states and at the same time making them the Consumers other farm products. We know that the abolition the duties Wool would be fatal to our sheep husbandry. The reduction in the Tariff Wool in 1883, was immediately followed by a decrease in sheep Over six millions in three years gives warning that the abolition duties Wool would seriously cripple the raising sheep in this country which is the third producer in Quantity among the nations and would thus increase the Price Wool All Over the world. The flock master would be forced into other branches husbandry brought in Competition with the wheat pork and cattle Raiser will result in Over production and Low prices. We ask no favouritism to any particular interests but for a Broad National policy essential to the Well being All our people and contributing to the Prosperity Progress and Power the Republic. Is it just to legislate property out the hands the people that was honestly acquired for the Benefit foreign Wool growers ? would it be Wisdom for the United states to abandon our Wool growing land to become Barren wastes inhabited by wild beasts and reptiles and buy our Woolen goods from foreign countries Joseph Junkins. 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 Minn. 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 Cau be obtained by addressing ii Warren general passenger agent St. Paul Minnesota d r Mcginnis Columbus Ohio. 10eow3t the verdict unanimous. W b suit druggist Bippus ind., testifies a a i can recommend electric bitters As the very Best remedy. Every bottle sold has Given Relief in every Case. One Man took six bottles and was cured rheumatism ten years Abraham Hare druggist Bellville Ohio affirms a the Best Selling Medicine i have Ever handled in 20 years experience is electric thousands others have added their testimony so that the verdict is unanimous that electric bitters do cure All diseases the liver kidneys blood. Only a half Dollar a bottle at Miller amp songs drug store. A Spanish proverb a a what the fool does in the end the Wise Man does in the old fashioned mothers. Thank god some us have had old fashioned mothers. Not a woman the period enamelled and painted with her Chignone her curls and Bustle whose White jewelled hands never Felt the clasp baby fingers but a dear old fashioned Sweet voiced Mother with eyes into whose Clear Depths the love Light shone and Brown hair just threaded to Silver lying smooth upon her faded Cheek. Those dear hands worn with toil gently guided our tottering Steps in childhood and smoothed our Pillow in sickness Ever reaching out to us in yearning tenderness. Blessed is the memory an old fashioned Mother. It floats to us now like the Beautiful perfume some wooded blossoms. The music other voices May be lost but the entrancing memory her will Echo in our souls forever. Other faces May fade away and be forgotten but hers will Shine . When in the fitful pauses Busy life our feet wander Back to the old Homestead and crossing the Well worn threshold stand once More in the room hallowed by her presence How the feeling childhood innocence and dependence comes Over us and we Kneel Down in the molten Sunshine streaming throw the open window a just where Long years ago we Knelt by our mothers knee lisping a your How Many times when the tempter lured us has the memory those sacred hours that mothers words her Faith and prayers saved us from plunging into the deep abyss sin. Years have filled great drifts Between her and us but they have not hidden from our sight the glory her pure unselfish love. The origin familiar words. The wont a a quiz a to make fun to poke fun at a person was the coinage a theatrical manager in Dublin who at a drinking party with his friends one saturday night when the conversation turned upon the subject words offered to bet the wine that he could then and there Coin a word that would be in the Mouths All Dublin the next Day. The bet being taken and the party dispersed the manager called up his Call boys and runners gave them pieces Chalk and ordered them to run All Over the City chalking the word a a quiz everybody a shutter and Fence they came to. This was done and As a matter course the new word was in everybody a Mouth the next Day. The manager won his bet and his word is now in All respectable dictionaries. The Slang expression for death a a kicking the bucket a had its origin from one Bolsover who in England a great while ago committed suicide by standing a bucket until he kicked the bucket from under him. The word a bumper a meaning a full drink when friends Are drinking is a corruption the Toast uttered to the Pope when the Catholic religion was in the ascendant in England Aubon Pere. To a Dun a to press for Money due comes from one Joe Dunn a famous Bailiff Lincoln in England during the reign Henry Vii. He was so uncommonly successful in collecting that when a Man refused to pay the creditor was asked Why he did no to Dunn him. After buying out j. C. Joss i am ready to furnish people with All makes pianos and organs at prices that is really surprising to All music dealers. I can sell a Nice new 5-octave Organ with 4 set Reeds with duplex Coupler for $45, guaranteed for five years. Organs ranging in prices from $45 up wards. A Nice new English 0-octave Organ for $90. We have a piano the Harvard make full size 7-Oetave, for $225. The Everett a piano from $300 to $350. Decker amp 8011s piano from $300 to $425. The a. B. Chase piano manufactured 111 Norwalk Ohio from $300 to $400. Steinway amp sons make piano if ordered Hazleton amp bro., any other make can he furnished at the lowest prices. We respectfully invite All persons desiring to Purchase a musical instrument to Call and see our Stock and we will guarantee satisfaction. Sheet music and other musical supplies can be furnished by j. C. Joss in same room. M. W. Burdick representing j. A. Kade Haugh. 14wr2 Marietta Centennial 1888. The Cleveland amp Marietta Ray co. Will sell round trip tickets from All stations to Marietta april 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9, Good returning until april 10th, at one fare for the round trip. Many prominent speakers and societies will be present and exercises appropriate to the Celebration the Centennial the first settlement the great Northwest territory will be held. This will be the first grand historical event Ohio Indiana Illinois Michigan and Wisconsin. All should join together and celebrate our one Hundred years Prosperity. For information regarding time trains Etc., Call address any agent the Cleveland a Marietta Ray co. Yours truly w. K. Richards Gen. Pas. Age to. Hundreds people daily visit the residence Henry Lam Bright Carrollton to see his infant daughter. The mite was born March 10th, is perfectly formed and a remarkably healthy baby. But it now weighs Only two and a half pounds. It measures from head to feet 8 inches arms 21 inches legs 3 inches feet inches hands h by 1 Inch a common Finger ring can be slipped upon any the Little girls limbs. Or. Lam Bright the proud father weighs 185 pounds and is Foreman the Carrollton Republican. Both the parents in fact Are Large and Well formed people they have six children All whom Are up to the average in size and weight. A Conotton Valley times. Done to fail to attend Fribley a first millinery opening thursday Friday and saturday this week. Everything new. Serve every one As much As you can and compete with no More than you must. Court notes. Criminal business in Tuscarawas co. Seems to be the increase. The special grand jury last week presented an indictment against James Lee and George Miller for burglar izing the c. Amp c. Depot at Baltic last week. They Are said to be tramps. They gave As an excuse that they entered to get something to eat. Nothing was taken As there was nothing eatable there. They were arraigned in court 011 saturday plead guilty and sentenced fourteen months each in the Penitentiary. This seems to be the first off Ense they did not look like criminals. George Lawber and Oliver Harris near Shanesville were indicted fur burglary and larceny in breaking and entering a store and carrying away several articles. They were arraigned and plead not guilty. They will be tried at the May term court. Ben. Saunders and George Saunders were Bot i indicted for burglary and larceny in one indictment and a second indictment for larceny. They have not been arraigned yet and it is not known whether they will plead guilty not. They seem to have made quite a criminal reputation at least in the past two years. Michael Galvin Dennison was indicted for murder in the second degree. The circumstances were about As follows the mayor Dennison had deputized two three parties to assist Trio marshal in making a raid a House prostitution and in doing so a hard Case by the name Charles Cautle ran out tie House and in the Pursuit some Little time afterwards several shots were fired at the Man by the officers As he rank one shot striking Cau tie in the body from which he died a Day two later. It is claimed that Galvin fired the fatal shot. Cautle the deceased had fired two Tiree shots at parties before this attempt at arrest had been made. Galvin has not entered a plea yet but will plead not guilty and will make a Strong defense. Joseph linty alias Jerome Markly the party that burglarized Becky a jewelry store in Uhrichsville plead guilty and was sentenced to seven years imprisonment and was taken to Columbus last Friday by sheriff Bowers. The common pleas business has about closed for this term. Judge Pearce adjourned court Over from last saturday to Friday this week. The verdict in the celebrated Meyers will ease was against the Validity the will and for the plaintiffs. The court will hear motions Friday in the Lycoming ins. Co. Case is. Robert Dodd and the motion to set aside the verdict in the Meyers will Case. The motion in the latter Case has caused quite a sensation As it is probably the most lengthy motion Ever filed in this court and embraces the most sensational charges which if True would he a very serious matter to some and would East a bad reflection the judicial machinery Tuscarawas county. This Case has been bitterly contested in both trials and is Likely to land in the supreme court. The hearing the motion is looked Forward to with As much interest As though the Case was to be tried Over again. Transfers real estate. 1 As compiled in the office the recorder deeds.1 Robert Lyons to we and Nancy Ca Ruthers 4 1-16 acres Salem township $1. Joseph Rice to w111 l Price lots 8 and 9, Winfield $155. Sheriff Bowers to w i Shields land Dover township $1,725. Will Wilgus to Melancthon Yingling lot 21 and part 22, Newcomerstown $1,700. Jas t Donnell to Thomas ii Loller lot 8, Dennison $1,000. Isaac n keepers to Chas e Sauers part lot 430, Uhrichsville $1,150. Elizabeth Boes to Rose Mckenna lot 9, Dennison $750. b and e w Ackerman to Thomas b Cunningham part lot 30, Uhrichsville $450. Thos ii hard to John Schumacher lots 1 and 2, Dover $700. We r Shields to we e Case strip land Newcomerstown $700. Sheriff Bowers to John Ilo Thein 80 acres Bucks township $3,450. Sheriff Bowers to Maria Carnaham lot 31, new Philadelphia $534. Sheriff Bowers to Simon troendly 40 acres Bucks township $2,800. John w Shen to u ii Scott lots61, g2, 63 and 64, Uhrichsville $235. Maurice Moody to t ii Loller strip land Dennison $150. Isaac ii Kurtz to John kerch strip land Dover $850. Jos Wise to Daniel Doyle lot 7, Oak Grove $50. Alvin t Leech to Lyman Hardman part lots 30 and 31, Newport $450. Lyman Hardman to a s Clemens part lots 30 and 31, Newport $450. Abraham Yaberg to Jacob Schlup 40 21-100 acres York $150. Charity Miller it Al to we s Shaffer 13 acres Sandy township $75. T i it Shearer to Mary l Keiser 10 70-100 acres York township $615. Philip putt to Christian Ukler 1� acres. York township $125. Jonathan Baker to Maria c ill Leer 5 acres Wayne township $200. Jacob Kratz to Dora b Powell lot 54 West Philadelphia $625. Horace a Deardorff to Geo w Snyder 1-10 acre Dover $50. P Knappenberge a Assignee to Andrew Deis 299 34-100 acres Franklin. $4,400. We Campbell s Adius a to Chas Angel lot 9, new Philadelphia $120. The two Fri Leys done to make much noise but it is a positive fact that they have an elegant line dry goods and this with their millinery department soon to be opened will give them one the Best stores in this Section. 2w everything new at Fribley a new Philada., Bahama treasures. Interest ins experiences a scientific party from Pennsylvania. The Little party biologists sent out by the University Pennsylvania to make investigations and researches have returned with abundance lord v and several boxes tubs and tanks full curious specimens. The primary purpose the Jaunt was to give the party an Opportunity to determine upon the Bahamas As tiie site a biological Marine station that the University desires to establish and Hopes to have in existence within three years. It already has a considerable fund for that purpose. The residence the party during their stay was at a comfortable House three Miles from Nassau almost the Waters Edge. They lived in Community each member taking charge the men in turn. The Cost was extremely modest. The men went to work at once taking advantage such assistance As the people roundabout could afford. A Young Boatman and diver named Brown was found to be great use having already served three distinguished naturalists prof. Gardner who was sent out he the English government prof. Weldon Cambridge and prof. Brooks John Hopkins. All the party were Good swimmers and soon Learned to do their own diving. Each provided himself with a crowbar and a water Box. A Small Box with a plate Glass Bottom. The Glass quieting the Ripples the surface the sea enabled them to see far Down into the Depths Many times to the very Bottom. When any one saw a bit Roek bearing Coral anemones sponges other objects that he wished to secure he tossed the Glass aside dived Down and pried the desired specimen Loose with the crowbar and carried it up under his Arm. Practice enabled th6m to stay a Long time �7 under water. Or. Marshall frequently remained two minutes submerged. Or. Volleys says that any Man can remain under water a considerable time if he will Only simply make up his mind to do so. There is an intense feeling oppression at first but . Dolley says that it is simply nervousness and soon passes away. Several medicinal plants were secured and experiments will be made As to their therapeutic value. Among them is a curious bean that animals Are very fond eating. At first the animals grow fat and sleek. But in about two weeks their tails and Manes drop off in another week their hoofs and horns if they have horns go. Then they grow weaker and weaker and finally die fatty degeneration. B it even to the end they eat the Beans with in Klinite relish. There Are other plants in the collection that Are used by the natives in the treatment rheumatism and dysentery with apparent Success. The doctors Are who have Learned the medicinal qualities herbs and roots and Trees by tradition. Governor Blake for the party sailed to the Island alack one Day and settled the question As to whether flamingos sit in stand Over their nests a question about which naturalists have been in dispute these Many years. Or. Dolley says governor Blake reported that flamingos sit in their nests like other Birds. The party went swimming at night in a wonderful phosphorescent Lake. At every stroke the swimmers created Waves tire and when they climbed out upon their boat their bodies seemed covered with myriads flaming Sparks. The a Sparks a course were myriads copepods the Little glowing creatures that give the appearance Tiro to the surface the Lake. Some skulls the Luy mayans Tho original inhabitants the islands who were exterminated within thirty years after their discovery by Columbus were found in a times. What a Man eats. Amount soil to to food consumed by every individual. It has been calculated that Tho average each Man who attains the ago three score and ten consumes during the course his life Twenty Wagon loads food solid and liquid. At four tons to the Wagon this would correspond to an average about a Hundred ounces food per Day say someone Hundred and Twenty ounces per Day during adult life and about eighty ounces during infancy and youth. Most modern doctors agree in regarding one Hundred and Twenty ounces food per Day corresponding to five six half pints liquid food and seven eight pounds solid food As in excess Tho real daily requirements a healthy Man woman. Yet probably most us take More than this in one Way another during the Day. Or. Lank Ester from in extensive analysis the dietary soldiers sailors prisoners and the better paid classes artisans and professional men in London found the average daily Quantity solid and liquid food to be 143 ounces. Doubtless Many take much less but unquestionably Many take much More than this. When some out mentioned before Sydney Smith the Twenty Wagon loads food calculated for each Many a allowance he turned to lord Durham who Liko himself was corpulent Ami not without sul Lucient reason with the quaint remark a i think our wagons Durham must be four horsed there Aro members the London corporation to seek no further whose wagons must be six horsed ones and Well loaded at . A. Proctor in cosmopolitan. A he a a now that we Are married to Are one and i shall insist that this to the last time you appear in a Low neck she a we May lie one but you Are Only half us and i shall dress my half As 1 Beacon. Afraid the Little Birds. A wealthy banker new York City fancies he is a Ripe Cherry that the Birds Are eager to pick. He has a terror All fruit eating Bird and Seldom walks appears anywhere in the open air. He makes his trips to and from his Bank in a carnage and keeps the doors and windows always Shat tight lest a Sparrow should get in and Swallow him. He knows that the preposterous belief would damage him and probably ruin him if it were generally known that he harboured it so he conceals the consciousness his fearful peril from his business associates and contents himself with keeping carefully out the Way Birds. Saloon for Sale rent. As i shall go into the cheese business again i wish to sell rent my Saloon with residence in Phillips Burgh. For further particulars Call Jacob Zumbach real estate Agency a a Samuel Moore new Philadelphia Ohio. Property All kind for Sale Exchange All 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. 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 lines Tor 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 hearing strawberries excellent Quality 500 bearing raspberries. Also plenty currents gooseberries and grapes. Two lots one 66x264, and the other 54x264�?both fronting 011 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 Price very reasonable and easy payments. Call at the office. To no. 15. One lot and two houses. A Good two Story Frame dwelling seven rooms lot 66x264, with another Good one Story Frame House four rooms same lot and to it the houses in Good repair. Good fruit Good Well and Cistern 011 premises and also Good outbuildings. Situated in new Philadelphia 011 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. I 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 Western and Southern excursions reduced rates via Pennsylvania lines West Pittsburgh. Tickets at one fare for round trip to representative Points in Iowa minnea Sota Dakota Nebraska Kansas Arkansas Texas and new a Exico will be sold from stations 011 the Pennsylvania lines West Pittsburgh Jarch 20, april 3 and 24, Jay 8 and 22, june 5 and 19, 1888. Tickets at one fare for round trip to representative Points in Kentucky Tennessee Louisiana Mississippi Alabama Georgia North and South Carolina and Florida will he sold Jarch 26, and april 9 and 23, 1888. All tickets will be Good returning within thirty Days from Date Sale. For further and Complete information apply to the nearest passenger ticket agent the Pennsylvania co. Pittsburgh Cincinnati a St. Louis Ray co., Chicago St. Louis to Pittsburgh Ray co. 12w5. The undersigned hereby announces to the Public that he sell first class fruit Trees the Best varieties All grafted add budded fruit. Also new varieties that have been lately introduced and found reliable. Evergreens Maple Trees shrubbery Ali kinds climbing vines Small fruits grapes All kinds. Greenhouse plants and Flowers. Anything you wish for in my line you can obtain me for one half the Price usually asked by agents. I cordially ask you to patronize your Home nurseryman and Florist. Daniel Wyss. New Philadelphia Jan. 26. 5m6 $150 will buy a Good lot that Cost the owner $250, 50 feet front by 132 feet deep situated an Alley fronting a Good Street about four blocks from Public Square in new Philadelphia o., if taken in a few Days. Call at the times office. We Start in life with a great Stock Wisdom but it grows less and less the farther we go. Market reports. Times office March 29, 1888. Flour Patent to it bbl. $ 5 10 a a a a pack. 1 25 a a Best family bbl. $ 4 45 a a Amber sack. 1 15 a a a a new proc. 1 50 wheat Bushel. 85 corny new Bushel. 65 Oats new Bushel. 35 Rye Bushel. 55 butter Pound. 15@23 egos it dozen. 14 buckwheat flour Pound. 04 hams Pound. 11 shoulders Quot a Pound. 08 sides to Pound. 08 lard Pound. 08 tallow Pound. 3$ beef Pound. 07015 Salt Goshen barrel. I 15 White Lime to barrel. 1 00 Akron cements to barrel .1 35 calcined plaster barrel. 2 25 land plaster ton. 9 00 a a a a a barrel 1 50 potatoes i Bushel new.80/5,1 00 dried peaches Pound .06 rags Pound. 01 onions Bushel. 75 Hay ton new. 11 00 Timothy seed Bush 1. 2 50 Wool. 30 fertilizers ton. 35 00 Clover seed f Bushel .3 60 dried apples a tit Pound 05 chickens a it Pound. 05@0t> ducks a Pound. 06 turkeys a Pound. 07 geese apiece. 40 50

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