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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - May 3, 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 sacs posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the Quot times advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 1 00 3 to. 6 to. Lye a. Three inches. 2 00 5 00 7 50i 15 six inches. 3 i 7 .50 12 50 22 50 half column. 5 x 12 50 22 50 40 k one column. 8 00 22 50 40 001 75 00 business notices five cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday May 3, 1888. Number 19. Official directory. District. Congress. State senator. Common pleas judges. County. Representative. Probate judge. Prosecuting attorney j clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Beriah Wilkins Geo. W. Crites Foj. C. Lauce a. Peace Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley Ames m. Patrick a. C. Donahey g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. A. G. Neumann s. Rufer a w. E. Lash it. Renner 0.11. Hoover Ozias Delong. J. Porter l. K City. Daniel Korns. All James h. Morrow marshal John s. Graham.1 Jacob Miller. C. C. Council Fletcher Dou Liitt 1l 1. Scott. Andrew Erwin. We up an s. m Ardeu. A. Youngen. Same a Bixler. Lenry Deible. Philip Doerfer Daniel Krebs. Milliken. J w new Burg. Jos 11 Hostetler i Nich Montag. 3 t Rennaker. Charlesll killers Philip a Garver 0 c Fernsel. I Daniel Richards Hugh t Minnis j ii Booth. 1 ii read. William Brown. Adam Regula. David Breymeir Samuel c Kline John Milo lie. F j Greene. J no w Lytle Jurj c w Knisley. J it Mulvane. And Timmerman t j Murphy. Jas Galbraeth. T 11 Rankin. J. A Cornett. W j flask Tyson l s Mckinney. Wesley m Tracy Lewis c Zollars t Richardson. s Wagner l Baldwin. T in Robinson. J 11 Gardner. R g Galbraith Lliam Echman. Roht court hers Isaac outs j .1 Ames w Stoutt John Wetter 1 William Kinsey p i Kuhn. Justices. Township. Post office. Auburn. Ragersville. Auburn. Ragersville. Rucks. Baltic. Rucks. Baltic. Clay. Lock no. 17. Clay. Gnadenhutten. Dover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. Fairfield. New Philada a. Fairfield. Zoar station. Franklin. Strasburg. Franklin. Strasburg. Goshen. New Philada a. Goshen. New Phi lady a. Goshen. New Philada a. Goshen. New Philada a. Jefferson. Stone Creek. Jefferson. A a a a Lawrence. Zoar Lawrence. Bolivar. Mill. Uhrichsville. Mill. Uhrichsville. Mill. Dennison. Oxford. Newcomerstown Oxford. Newcomerstown Jerry. Cadwallader. Perry. Cadwallader. 1 Rush. Tippecanoe. Rush. Gnadenhutten. Salem. Port Washington Salem. Port Washington Sandy. Mineral City. Sandy. Mineral City. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Union. Uhrichsville. Union. Leesville. Warren. N new Cumberland 1 Warren. Newcum Erland Warwick. Tuscarawas. Warwick. Tuscarawas. Washington Albany. Washington la Eoli. Wayne. Dundee. Wayne. Dundee. York. New Philada a. \ Ork. Black band. Professional directory. Is. N. Richards m. Physician and surgeon new Philadelphia Ohio. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 4hyl y c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building. South Broadway. Residence two doors South c a p depot. 4�?~3 Jas. A. Richards. Jos. T. Mccullough. Richards amp Mccullough attorneys at Law 49yl new Philadelphia Ohio. P j. To. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 415, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 48yl prances it orig 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 11 Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Camuel Moore attorney at Law. New Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties. Will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second floor. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts. Bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped lands 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 a son. Gy2 h. Amp a. P. Lacey procure patents in the it. S., Canada and Europe 20 years sex perk Nee. Preliminary examinations As to patentability inventions free. No attorney fees in Advance for obtaining f. Patents l Ull instructions in patents terms Etc., sent free. Address i. a a. P. Lacey Patent att is Washington d. C. Feb. 2, �?T8syl t. W. Mcdermott 1. 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. Quot Calls by Telegraph otherwise promptly an swered. A i office Over Routzen Heiser a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio 4yl n new Philadelphia times. Mitchells dental rooms. 2rant Mitchell d. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. Ity Block new Philadelphia Over Raiffe a hardware store Irown and Bridge work skilfully executed. Gas and Ether administered. A senses the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1 the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey. Proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms. Table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the ears Good livery in connection with the House. Byl remodeler refitted and refurnished throw out new t Johnson i House. H. B. West manager 133 Superior Street Cleveland Ohio. Terms�?�1.50 to $2.00, according to room. Clerks Talos. H. Case h. Golder. 52yl double their Money Selling our brass brushed corrugated reflecting safety lamp. Can be sold in every family. Gives More Light than three Ordinary lamps. Send Twenty Soiu be convinced. We manufacture a Large line household articles head for free illustrated circulars to f0rshee& Mcmakin Cincinnati,0 Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday May 3, 1888. Office in Lummel Block East High St., second floor. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 Tfir the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia. Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in Advance$1 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A address All matter intended for publication to the times. Beriah Wilkins and Foraker Are becoming jealous each other. Foraker evidently is afraid the National Banks will want Wilkins the Republican presidential ticket a a Young Birds in their Little nests agree then Why should not Wilkins and Foraker As republicans the president has nominated Melville w. Fuller Chicago As chief Justice to fill the seat made vacant by the death chief Justice Waite. Or. Fuller is regarded As one the Foremost lawyers in the land and the selection seems highly satisfactory and will no doubt be confirmed by the Senate. Beriah Wilkins was in town this week a couple times tuning his constituency. It is evident that Beriah is either sick his constituency is sick him. His Many doctors Federal officers Are giving their patient considerable attention but even they Are trembling lest the civil service Reform knife be brought to Bear the erring members the official band. Senator Ingalls in his speech May 1st, has driven the first Nail in the Republican party a political coffin which will be in demand this fall. His insolent and abusive language in connection with honorable statesmen and Union generals has aroused that feeling indignation which will stand As a Barrier to All overtures made the part Republican leaders and carpet baggers to capture a single Southern state to capture a single democratic vote. The politician who seeks to win his political enemy by abuse vituperation and wilful lying places himself record As a miserable a a nothing can Aid the democratic party More this fall than for the Republican party to carry out their Campaign policy As they have begun it. Give senator Ingalls full Sway and let Sherman and Foraker follow up in this line and a democratic Victory is assured. Quot slip plaster currency is rather an expensive article to the people even when it is backed by Ticle Sam. The Treasury department has just prepared data As to the expenses sustained by the government in maintaining fractional currency circulation. It is officially estimated that to maintain an average circulation $20,000,000 for fourteen years costs the people the United states in the expense paper and printing and the amount destroyed and lost $20,000,000, not including expense shipment borne by the people sending in currency for redemption. This startling calculation will presumably Surprise the advocates renewed issues advocate. The above article from the advocate which is a pronounced Wilkins Organ is quite significant. You will remember that Wilkins As chairman the committee banking and currency introduced the slip plaster Bill advocated it and fought for it to spend $26,000,-000 the Peoples Money for the simple convenience having fractional currency and keeping and maintaining $20,000,000 in circulation is indeed a Novice in statesmanship. This is Quot the most unkind Cut All a for the advocate to show up Beriah in his True Light rut Beriah loves the people you know and in being kind to them it does not matter if it does Cost the government $26,-000,000 to maintain and keep in circulation Only $20,000,000. Or. Wilkins has become famous As the Champion the National Banks. He was the author the Bill to increase the circulation the National Banks. Of How he loves Quot the Noble sons Little happenings. Big show Day May 10th. Barbera a big show Day May 10th. Barbera a show a May 10th�?10 amp 7 . Democratic county convention next saturday May 5th. The largest line children a suits Ever shown in new Philadelphia at g Senhauser amp songs. 17w3 before the rising the Sun Friday last William George Zanesville took the murderers swy ing at the Ohio Penitentiary. Court convened tuesday we Atli judge Pearce the Bench. The grand jury is now in session. There Are several criminal cases to be passed upon. For the latest styles Best qualities and lowest prices in clothing hats Caps and gents furnishing goods go to w. C. Sutton amp co. Lgw�?T4 . T. C. Parks will change his office to the Patrick building formerly occupied by the Beo Zachter. He will be found there after this week. 18w2 we spent part last saturday in a Brief canvass the town Bolivar. While there we observed some changes in business that will doubtless be interest to our readers. Or. Flattery has purchased the drug store formerly owned by messes. Baad amp Maurer who we Ere engaged in both the drug and dry goods Trade. The death . Baad which occurred a few weeks ago made it necessary for . Maurer to dispose the drug business. Or. Hattery is a Man experience in the medical profession and is therefore Well qualified to handle drugs and will be great Benefit to the Public in prescribing and directing the use the medicines. He will also continue his practice lie has a Large Stock pure drugs oils paints blinds lamps notions Etc. Or. Maurer will be pleased to meet All their old patrons. He carries a Large and Well selected Stock dry goods groceries boots and shoes clothing Queens were Etc., and intends to sell at Bottom prices. We notice that . F. Lash who formerly resided in Stark county has lately purchased the Stock hardware stoves tinware and agricultural implements . Peter Hawk. Or. Lash is a brother to commissioner lash and g. O. Lash and is a Clever fellow and will see that his patrons Are supplied with goods in his line at reasonable prices. Be sure to Call and see the new Stock he is just adding. We called . H. Willard who keeps a confectionary stand and ice Cream parlor and found him Busy waiting his customers. Or. Willard is one those Clever Fellows that always makes friends. We found . G. O. Lash prospering in the harness Trade and Busy waiting customers. We called t. B. Baker the efficient p. M., and found him at his Post duty. Bolivar is one the Best business towns in the county. Or. Charles Schindler Trenton who had a leg fractured about a week ago had it amputated saturday last . Eckman assisted by doctors Lewis and Russell performing the surgical operation. He will recover. Uhrichsville and Dennison voted Quot dry saturday. We Are informed that it aroused some the business men to such an extent that they wrent Back their Telephone contracts and electric Light and refuse to be comforted. Or. N. Swaim one the Foremost citizens Wese Hester died wednesday last inflammation the bowl Els aged 43 years. Or. Swaim has for Many years been engaged in the Nursery business at Wese Hester. His death is a loss to that Community. He leaves a we Ife and five children. The motion for a new trial in the Meyers will Case Wras argued and passed upon at the adjourned session the common pleas court the 22d inst. The motion was overruled. The Case now goes to the circuit court and will doubtless land in the supreme court unless compromised. George Kail met we Atli a strange loss monday. Two dogs took after a yearling Colt threw it Down and bit it the neck so viciously that it died the fright and chronicle. Those dogs Are evidently in favor free Trade. You should Call major Mckinley for High Protection. Or. Roland Kurtz and sister Sarah returned from Harrison county monday evening where they had been to attend the funeral Horace b. Humphrey. He was a Nephew the late mrs. J. R. Kurtz. For Many years he was paymaster the pan handle Road and the last four years up to the time his death he we As ticket receiver in the company a office in Cincinnati. He was buried at Cassville Harrison coun Tyr . John Campbell a popular conductor the c. Amp p. Road has been suffering lately Brights disease the kidneys. In the last few Days his mind became affected and it was necessary to keep watch Over him. Thursday evening he ran out the House and Down the Street his wife tried to catch him but he escaped and wandered around for some time before he Wras found. Mrs. Campbell procured help to Hunt him and when found he was lying his face dead. Or. Campbell was an excellent conductor a straightforward and honorable Man and a first class citizen. He leaves a we Ife and two sons and was buried in the City cemetery sunday last at 2 p. According to the Carroll chronicle this is the Way the girls punish the dudes that usually quiet Little place Quot car Roll onions stopped chewing tax and pricked up their ears monday Over a Choice bit gossip. The scene Wras in front the Post office time during the distribution the mail the heroine and hero the play were miss Jennie May Fisher and . Charles Butler. The weapon was a Rawhide in the hands miss Fisher which she used As vigorously As she knew How. Distance one Pace. The claim the irate girl Wras that Charlie had whistled at her the Street and otherwise insulted her publicly Alono and in company. Public sympathy is always with the girl in a Case this nature and is in this instance so far As wre have heard opinions the alarm lire from the South Side town last thursday brought out the lire company and citizens Only to find a shed fire at the pipe works. The fire originated from a hot pipe falling into a tar vat. The fire was soon put out with but a Little damage to the building. The members the fire company had scarcely put away their Hose cart before the alarm fire was sounded again. This time the fire started in the Gibbs dwelling property occupied by Samuel Jones fast front Street. The firemen were promptly hand who after a heroic Effort put it out but not until it had seriously damaged the building and will probably have to be rebuilt and the building almost a total loss. A portion the furniture was saved. The House was insured for $1,-000, and the furniture for $200, which will cover the loss. To be a fireman is no fun but dreadful hard and often dangerous work. The boys have to go a run with their Best clothes sometimes Only to be entirely spoiled. This we noticed thursday Many them were wet As could be and mini by. We think the firemen should have reasonable pay for such services. We very much doubt that the recompense Given them is just. If they Are to protect our property they should have ample pay. Personal mention. Quite a party Young folks spent Sabbath at Zoar. Dory Sargent is erecting a new House North sixth Street. Mrs. J. H. Tipton has returned from a visit to Scio friends. Will Marks Canton spent a few Days in our City this week. Messes. Jim. Mckee and Staley Wheeling were in our City last week. A number our new Young gents Sun Dayed in Philadelphia Uhrichsville. Rev. Simon the new lutheran pastor will hold services in that Church Sabbath next. Or. George Brown Mansfield is visiting relatives in new Philadelphia this week. _ . Lind us Cody and family after a visit a few weeks with his son Frank returned to Cleveland monday. Misses Della and Ada Smith and Lea Hardman Uhrichsville attended mrs. Prices concert last thursday evening. Mrs. Robert Galbraith Trenton while calling at Clias. Schindler fell in the cellar Way saturday last injuring herself considerable. Messes. Chas. Hamilton Walter Taylor and miss Gertrude Taylor Cambridge spent Sabbath with i. R. Llen Der Shott and family. The other Side. We had the pleasure while in Bolivar last saturday making the acquaintance Archie Mcgregor editor the Stark county Democrat and . E. Moyer who is also connected with that paper. Or. Mcgregor is one the oldest editors in Ohio having been in the business forty years. We Are pleased to note the fact that we found him a very pleasant gentleman and Hope he May be spared Many years yet to guide that Good old democratic paper. Or. Moyer is a Hustler in procuring subscribers. A Man scarcely escapes when he gets after him. He is surely a valuable newspaper Man. A woman by the name Hixon Shanesville this county committed suicide by hanging herself last week. Mrs. Sarah Gilgen new Philadelphia died sunday aged 47 years. A few weeks ago her Mother was taken away by death. Or. Charles e. Simmons has brought suit against the executors the estate the late Samuel j. Tilden to recover pay for his services As . Tilden a physician. He wants $143,000. We announce the names John Andrews James a. Rosenberry and Nelson Johnson this week As candidates for county commissioner and Jacob Hoopingarner for infirmary director. Lawrence township is soon to take a vote local option. It is claimed that prohibition will carry in that township. Bolivar is not incorporated and it will also take in that town. There is some fear that it will Cut considerable Trade that comes to the town not alone to the saloons but other Trade. Consult your own interest. A Penny saved is As Good As a Penny earned. This you can do by buying your groceries provisions boots and shoes at j. W. Study a in Gentsch Block fast High Street. A full line fresh and pure groceries always hand at Bottom prices. Fresh and cured meats sliced to suit the purchaser. All goods cheap for Cash. I7w4. Obituary. Some Peculiar phases Tuscarawas county politics. A correspondent the Plain dealer april 17th, from new Philadelphia o., when he says that Quot the democrats Tuscarawas county Are great admirers and patrons the Plain dealer and the wholesome democratic doctrines it advocates is great Benefit to the party Speaks the truth and that is the Only sentence in his whole article which does really voice the sentiments the democracy this county. The party upon the question representation in Congress is greatly divided in this county and upon that one particular Only. A very Large proportion them honestly believe that they Are not represented in Congress by a Democrat at All that . Wilkins is not and has never been at heart a Democrat in Accord with its principles and teachings that his votes and actions in Congress have been in favor National Banks and against Tariff Reform and in direct opposition to the excellent administration president Cleveland who we All so much Admire that by his conduct in Congress he has misrepresented the sentiments feeling and interest this District. This belief was fully demonstrated at the election in this county in 1886, when 1,500 More democratic voters erased his name from their tickets and the Only thing that saved him from ignominious defeat in his own county was the votes republicans who proclaimed that he came nearer representing the principles republicanism than their own candidate a presbyterian minister with his prohibition tendencies. At the congressional convention held in Coshocton two years ago Money was freely and openly used by him and his backers delegations were packed by government hirelings such As postmasters Revenue officers and postal clerks and such outrageous conduct was never before seen in any convention in this District As proclaimed by the enquirer at the time. The county convention in this county two years ago was also packed by him and his fug Lemen and Early in the morning Long before Many the delegates had arrived in town his henchmen took Possession the rink in which the convention was to be held appointed a chairman and Secretary and immediately after and before a committee credentials had been appointed any other business whatever transacted before it was known who were delegates a Resolution was rushed through endorsing him and giving him Power to select his own delegates to the congressional convention. He and his friends were afraid to risk his chances after the convention should be properly organized and the several committees had reported at the afternoon session. It is also a fact that he has never made his appearance in the county except a Day two before the convention. He did last fall stay away and refuse to do any Campaign work whatever no doubt for the reason that he knew his constituency had no Faith in his democracy. He is not a resident this county District state and has not been for four years More and is now engaged in building a palatial mansion in the City Washington his present and future Home. We think he has misrepresented us Long enough that some Good honest Democrat from either Coshocton Holmes who have not had a representation in Congress for forty years should have a Chance. We have no doubt but if either the counties last mentioned should be permitted to furnish the candidate that he would be to say the least a Democrat. A Tuscarawas Democrat. A Plain dealer. To the Public. Democratic convention miss Amanda die youngest daughter . And mrs. James die big Bend died at her Home saturday april 28th, at 10 clock a. She leaves an aged father Mother grandmother sister and two Brothers to mourn her death aged 20 years and 18 Days. A a father i know that All my life is portioned out for me the chances that will surely come i do not fear to see. 1 ask thee for a present mind intent pleasing thee a we have known Amanda All our lives. We spent our school Days together we have been with her in society and have always found her an honest and upright Young lady. Little did we think As we saw her out with her aged father last thursday that we would never see them together again. Only a few Days before her death she was out in the Green Meadows and Woods gathering Flowers but she will never traverse those Hills and valleys again for the messenger death came with Only a few Days warning and Amanda ceased to live. We sympathize with her Many friends and relatives. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Taggart who preached from the text Quot if a Man die shall he live Job Xiv 14. Her remains were Laid to rest in the Uhrichsville cemetery april 29th, at 3 clock p. A a i Lay my body Down to sleep peace is the Pillow my head while Well appointed Angels keep their watchful stations round my bed. Thus when the night death shall come. flesh shall rest beneath the ground and wait thy voice to Rouse my Tomb with Sweet salvation in the c. L. The democrats Tuscarawas county Are requested to meet at the usual places holding their primary elections in their respective townships and election precincts Friday May 4, 1888, at from 4 clock to 6 clock p. Except at the precincts Goshen Mill and Dover townships where the meetings will be held from 4 clock to 7 clock p. Of said Dayan organize said meetings respectively by selecting a chairman and Secretary who shall act As tellers and proceed to choose by ballot delegates to represent said townships and election precincts in the democratic county convention to be held in new Philadelphia saturday May 5, 1888, at 10 clock a. M., to nominate candidates for the following offices and in the following order one county auditor one county commissioner one infirmary director one county Coroner also to select delegates to the democratic congressional convention for the 16th District and to the democratic state convention and to transact such business As May properly come before the convention. Each township and election precinct will be entitled to delegates in the county convention upon the following basis one Delegate for every 25 votes and one for every fraction 13 votes cast for Thomas e. Powell for governor Ohio in november 1887, which will give each township and precinct the number delegates Here stated Viz Auburn. 7 Bucks. Clay. Dover. Fairfield. Franklin. Goshen precinct 1. U . A a 3. Quot 4. Jefferson. Lawrence. Mill Dennison. Uhrichsville precinct 1 u u 9 a a a a 3 Oxford. 9 Perry. 5 Rush. 4 Salem. 10 Sandy. 7 Sugarcreek. 11 Union. 1 Ofarren. 4 Warwick. 6 Washington. 5 Fayne. 8 York. 8 10 6 24 1 the chairman and secretaries the primary meetings will see that the names the delegates chosen Are properly certified to the convention. By order the democratic Central committee. T. J. Evans Chen. John a. Buchanan Sec y. The undersigned hereby announces to the Public that he Sells first class fruit Trees the let est varieties All grafted add budded fruit. Also new varieties that have been lately introduced and found reliable. Evergreens Maple Trees shrubbery All kinds climbing vines Small fruits grapes All kinds. Greenhouse plants and Flowers. Anything you wish for in my line you can obtain me for one half the Price usually asked by agents. I cordially ask you to patronize your Home nurseryman and Florist. Daniel Wyss. New Philadelphia Jan. 26. 5mg the Tuscarawas chronicle april 12, makes several false charges against me in connection with my management the county infirmary which in Justice to myself and family require correction it charges that As Steward the infirmary i Quot got a Gold watch and $120 in Money belonging to an inmate who did not belong to this county a and that . Porter made me a a disgorge the facts Are these i took the Money and the watch from the Man at his request and deposited the Money in the Bank. When the Man left the infirmary i gave the directors the Money and the watch. The watch was Given Back to the Man and the Money was applied to the infirmary fund. Now in regard to the Quot Roan Heifer and the rocking chair a about which so much has been said in the chronicle who cannot treat a democratic official with any degree fairness let me say at the last meeting the directors previous to my resignation in december 1886, mrs. Landis came into the office and said to the directors that she had served faithfully for Many years and had done a great Deal extra work and thought it no More than right that they should give her the Roan Heifer. The question was consid ered by the three directors and a vote was taken it and All the directors voted in favor giving mrs. L. The Quot Roan one month later . Milton Porter said he was opposed to giving mrs. L. The Heifer thus going Back himself. Notwithstanding this mrs. L. Got the Heifer and messes. Krantz and Worley thought she was justly entitled to it and they still think strand i have no doubt that All fair Mided people endorse their conduct. In regard to the Quot rocking chair a . Lewis l. Krantz who has been an Active director for six years and knew whether i had been faithful to the interests the county not made motion to the Board directors that they should present me with a rocking chair the motion was put and carried when All were present. I never asked for rocking chair any other remuneration except what had been agreed upon by the directors and what is More to the Point i never got the chair. While in charge the infirmary which was nearly Twenty eight years i always Endeavor to do my duty and Deal lion Estly with the county and now at this late Day . Porter instigates the Chron Isle a Republican paper to make these false charges me simply because he could not Rule the Board and Boss things to suit himself. Jesse Landes. New Philadelphia. April 28,1888, total. .200 candidate announcement the democrats Auburn township announce the name John Andrews As a candidate for county commissioner subject to the decision the county convention to be held May 5tli, 1888. Many democrats. Heating railway cars. Editor to mks please announce my name As candidate for county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic county convention May 5th, 1888. James a. Rosenberry. Editor to mks please announce my name As a candidate for county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic convention May 5th, 1888. Nelson Johnson. Editor to mks please announce the name Jacob Hoopingarner As a candidate for infirmary director subject to the decision the democratic county convention May 5th. Many democrats . Editor you will please announce the name Frederick Glauser Goshen township As a candidate for county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic co. Convention to be held May 5th, 1888. Fred. Glauser. Editor to mks you will please announce the name Adam Miller Oxford township As a candidate for the office county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic county convention. Many citizens. Or. Editor you will please announce my name in your paper As a candidate for county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic county convention. Wesley Emerson Dover township. We received the following communication with a request to publish the same signed by 81 respectable ladies Goshen township. We think it nothing More than fair to give the ladies a Chance to be heard. We have not the space at time receiving the petition to publish the 81 . To the voters Goshen township As the question local option is to be decided in Goshen township within a few Days we take this Opportunity addressing those who shall and ought to cast their ballots the Day election. All Well disposed persons will at once admit that if the use intoxicating liquors As a beverage were banished from our midst it could harm no one but the other hand it would be the Means bringing peace and plenty to Many families who have neither. I n gods name we Appeal to you who have the right to vote this question to lend a helping hand in rooting out this enemy peace and happiness. The Little Hamlet Pike run has been rum cursed so Long that it has become a Hiss and a by word. When a Saloon keeper can so debase himself As to make a woman drunk and then make a show her nakedness to the Waist for Twenty five cents and the entire person for one Dollar we consider it our duty to earnestly urge upon every Man the importance doing his duty at the polls for decency a Sake if nothing else vote out the useless Saloon and compel the keeper thereof to starve work. W. C. Sutton amp co. Have the largest cheapest and Best assortment clothing in the county. Call and look through their Stock before buying and secure a bargain. 16w4 the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul railway company is making an Earnest Effort to be in a position shortly to abandon the use stoves any sort As a Means heating Carson passenger trains. After investigating the different systems safety heating before the Public and the numberless schemes offered by inventors it has concluded that the most promising Field is offered in the use Low pressure steam generated in a vehicle wholly separate from those occupied by passengers. The question an Iron proof car attached to each train and containing the heating boilers Etc., naturally arose but from experiments made last Spring with a train heated by steam with a View determining the Quantity required to heat one More cars it was demonstrated that while this amount was by no Means insignificant and had been much underestimated it would tax the locomotive less to Supply it direct than to develop sufficient Power to haul the extra car. This being determined a thorough study the Best arrangement piping the outside the cars was instituted to overcome the difficulties attending the presence steam and water in an intensely cold climate the chief which is the liability freezing up at every opening from carelessness in not allowing condensed water to Drain off. In a general Way the system As finally adopted for further trial through trains is As follows dry live steam is obtained from the dome the locomotive by a one Inch pipe a regulating valve is placed near the engineers hand and a steam Guage to indicate the pressure sent through the train. Under the footboard the cab in this Supply pipe is inserted a safety pop valve which is set to blow off at thirty pounds thus making it certain that no greater pressure than this is admitted to the train Althom the Normal amount is much less. Connection Between the rear the locomotive tender and the first car and also Between each car is established by Peculiar Hose couplings top the platforms each Side the passageway which readily part automatically without injury in Case accidental separation the train in an Accident. In this Iatter event the source steam is Cut off from the train immediately and the steam in the pipes escapes harmlessly into the air. In the coaches different plans piping Are Beng experimented with and that giving Best satisfaction in All Weathers will be finally adopted. The increased Comfort and healthful Ness arising from efficient ventilation in cars a matter extremely difficult to regulate and generally completely overlooked has been attained in one plan with very satisfactory results so far. A compact Radiator Large heating surface has been placed in each end a coach. This is enclosed in a panelled mahogany Box with a Register in the top. A Large cold air pipe with a Damper admits fresh outside air into the Box where it is quickly heated and escapes As warmed fresh air into the car. In addition to the Radiator for very cold weather pipes Are run along both sides the car under the seats avoiding cold draughts around the feet. To avoid overheating in mild weather an electric temperature controlling the device is being tried with much Success. This prevents the i fluctuation the temperature More than three degrees no matter what the temperature May be outside. The above combination gives an almost Ideal form heating As May be imagined whatever May be the practical difficulties involved. It will thus be seen that experimentally the conditions a successful steam heating system Are in a fair Way to be established before Long by the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul railway company and the Many difficulties heating with both extremes climate in practical service it is confidently hoped will be overcome. During the thirty Days dast that the system has been trial it has worked with entire Success and the weather has been a kind to give it a fair Chicago Tribune january 9, 1888. 18 done to let that cold yours run . You think it is a Light thing. But it May run into Catarrh. Or into pneumonia. Or consumption. Catarrh is disgusting. Pneumonia is dangerous. Consumption is death itself. The breathing apparatus must be kept healthy and Clear All obstructions and offensive matter. Otherwise there is trouble ahead. All the diseases these parts head nose Throat bronchial tubes and lungs can be delightfully and entirely cured by the use Boche s German syrup. If you done to know this already thousands and thousands people can Tell you. They have been cured by it and Quot know How it is bottle Only 75 cents. Ask any druggist. 9yl Kansas Justice to horse thieves. Food test in new York. Response Waldo Taylor Toast a the to Tho official analysis baking powders a adulteration in Cream tartar. Under the direction the new York state Board health eighty four different kinds baking powders embracing All the brands that could be found for Sale in the state were submitted to examination and analysis by prof. C. F. Chandler a member the state Board and president the new York City Board health assisted by prof. Edward g. Love the Well known United states government chemist. The official report shows that a Large number the powders examined wore found to contain Alum Lime Many them to such an extent As to Render them seriously objectionable for use in the preparation human food. Alum was found in Twenty nine samples. This drug is employed in baking powders to cheapen their Cost. The presence Lime is attributed to the impure Cream tartar Commerce used in their manufacture. Such Cream tartar was also Analysed and found to contain Lime and other impurities in some samples to the extent 93 per cent their entire weight. All the baking powders the Market with the single exception Quot Royal not including the Alum and phosphate powders which have not the virtue even an impure Cream tartar Are made from the adulterated Cream tartar Commerce and consequently contain Lime to a corresponding extent. The Only baking powder yet found by chemical analysis to be entirely free from Lime and absolutely pure is the this perfect purity results from the exclusive use Cream tartar specially Relin etl and prepared by Patent processes which totally remove the tartrate Lime and other impurities. The Cost this chemically pure Cream tartar is much greater than any other and account this greater Cost is used in no baking powder but the prof. Love who made the pm Lysis baking powders for the new York state Board health As Well As for the government says the purity and wholesomeness the Quot Royal a a t find the Royal baking powder composed pure and wholesome ingredients. It is a Cream tartar powder a High degree Merit and does not contain either Alum phosphates other injurious substance. . Love pm. I a it is highly satisfactory to the housekeepers this Vicinity where the Loyal baking powder is in general use that the investigations by the analysts in Massachusetts new York and Ohio the Only states that have thus far taken action upon this important subject agree in classing it As the purest and most efficient baking powder in the Market. Transfers real estate. Forty men from Ashland and other Southern Kansas towns organized themselves into a vigilance committee and made a raid upon a Den horse thieves in the Neutral strip last week. Four thieves were soon captured and their necks promptly stretched. Nine others were chased into the Sand Hills in the Cherokee strip where they barricaded themselves and although heavily besieged had not yet been taken when last heard from. The vigilant will probably starve them Kinsley Mercury. Excitement in Texas. Great excitement has been caused in the Vicinity Paris Texas by the remarkable recovery j. F. Corley who was so helpless he could not turn in bed raise his head everybody said lie was dying consumption. A trial bottle . Kings new discovery was sent him. Finding Relief he bought a Large bottle and a Box . Kings new life pills by the time he had taken two boxes pills and two bottles the discovery he was Well and had gained in flesh thirty six pounds. Trial bottles this great discovery for consumption free at Miiller amp songs. Large bottles $1. Look out for the wild West cow boys and cow girls with Barbera a popular Price show May 10th. 1 As compiled in the office the recorder deeds Geo Betscher to a Weiss lot 28, Dover $200. Geo Betscher to Kizzie f lots 37 and 38, Dover $200. Geo Betscher to Jane Smiley lot 35, Dover $200. Geo Betscher to Las m Smiley lot 27, Dover $200. Jos a Barry to Daniel j Welsch lot 408, Dover $675. Geo j Gray to Mary a Orr 1 acres Perry township $100. Benj l Parsons to Edward Rosamond part lot 156, new Philadelphia $1,800. Henry j Miller to Henry ii Miller 2 82-100 acres sugar Creek township $310. John a Emhart to Jacob Conrad lot 61, Shanesville $500. Frank Aegerter to John a Emhart lot 61, Shanesville $600. Andrew Patrick to Andrew hippos part lots 524, 525, 526, 527, new Philadelphia $900. Maurice Moody to Richard Davis lot 6, Dennison $150. Adam Blank to the Board education 11 acres Lawrence township $225. Annie j Grimm to win Anderson lot 12, new Philadelphia $500. Martha Mccullough to Patrick ii quirk lots 13 and 14, Dennison $850. j Kohr to f e Keller 50 60-100 acres Wayne township $2,000. Jonathan Rhoads to John a Mccormick lots 15 and 16, Dover $1,830. Susan Oswald a adm a to j j Renkert lot 302, Dover $1,460. John a Wagner to v Wenz 131 acres Franklin township $1,333.33. V Wenz to a c Kramer 10 Franklin township $1,000. V Wenz to Thomas Kemp 15 Franklin township $1,500. Rachael Mcfarlane to Andrew Rick part lots 7/24, 525, 526, 527, Philadelphia $300. Geo Reif to win Judy 2 acres Yore township $290. Geo e Campbell lots 41 and 42, new Jacob Humrickhouse to Jacobic 20 a acres Jefferson township $820. Win Judy to s f Dotts 2 acres y township $375. We Mclean to Jas a i Richards 143, new Philadelphia $1,875. In a Century More. Acres i arc to Henry Philadelphia Pat new Riffith a 00. Or lot at the Celebration St. Patrick s Day 1888. Ladies and gentlemen words fall Short being equal to the emergency expressing my thoughts in response to the Toast to which i have been called to respond Quot the Kings May set their thrones with crowns sparkling with costly jewels but kingdoms Are confined to the Boundary lines a Petty realm. Woman a influence for Good has no boundaries she is Queen an entire creation the eagles heaven cannot Span her jurisdiction. Wherever the influence the ladies is not Felt and heeded there you will find barbarians. It has been said the Sun never sets upon the English Empire but i say to you this realm woman a influence eternity Lias never marked a Boundary and never will. There is one grand and undisputed right and Power that every woman has and that is to make Home Happy. This principality no one has Ever dared to dispute with her. It has been Well said the four prettiest words in the English language commences with it a they Are Quot heart a Quot Hope a Quot Home and Quot notwithstanding these Beautiful words to a great extent exemplify the silent and certain influence the ladies with this time honoured saying i cannot agree. To me the three prettiest words in the English language Are Mother wife and sister. For without them there would be no heart no Hope no Home and not much use for heaven. Better to be a Queen ruling the sacred Empire Home in a land Liberty than to be crowned Queen a Petty kingdom. Better to he there in this land Freedom than to carry the dazzling purse a Princess. The diadem a Loving wife and Mother will reflect More brilliancy than a Crown set with diamonds rubies sapphires and emeralds. The Light reflected cannot be improved by artists. Its resplendent glory will dim tiie Sun to the end time. Such a Light will beautify the brilliancy the Light about the throne in heaven. It was not created to die to go out to be put out. It will Shine in Harmony with the everlasting kingdom. Our forefathers thought they made Washington president this great Republic by their votes. No. His Mother by her Devotion and Fidelity taught him such lessons honesty and Industry that she made him president. It was a Christian mothers hand guided him directed him and silently prepared him for the presidency Tho first real Republic this world has Ever seen. She was by her Wisdom preparing to influence the ballots our revolutionary fathers Ere they dreamed such a grand Man As general George Washington the father our country. All Honor and Praise is due to his Mother. A mothers influence will travel with Man across the continent Over the dark Blue Ocean where the Ocean Shell sings the song its Ocean Home in a foreign land in the thickest a hard fought Battle and the song a a Home Sweet Home will be played the heart strings As sweetly As tie Angels play the Harp a thousand strings. Woman is a stay and staff for the religious life an entire universe she appeals to the hearts men and thus tempers the very life throbs a Globe she prays and that incomprehensible creation Many a soul becomes a Beacon Light future Hopes she loves and All that is god like in Man responds. On the Field where Mars is wont to drink Tho life blood men woman has Ever gone to nurse the fallen hero where life inspiring sympathy is needed there is woman and her name is nearer and dearer than life itself. Caesar had his Brutus Charles i his Cromwell and if when lured by temptation the sinner had a mothers Wisdom Grace and love to bid him halt each Jal were but a play House for the spider and the mouse. A Man with breadth intellect sufficient to properly appreciate the real and True Worth the ladies would be unfaithful to the divine being if lie i hesitated in approving the giving i such a Good and perfect gift. Every True and Brave hearted Man will say with earnestness fervency and vehemence god bless the ladies. Card thanks. We wish to express our deep and j heart Felt thanks to the Many kind and i sympathizing friends who so patiently until singly and lovingly assisted us during the terrible suffering and death our loved one. Words Are inadequate to express our gratitude. To shall Ever remember them in thought not loud but deep. J. U. Kurtz and sons. Card thanks. I desire to express my sincere thanks to the Many friends and neighbors who were so attentive and kind to us during the late illness and death my beloved wife. Such attention is consoling in the hour bereavement. May god bless you All. I. Ii. Kirtz. Spring suit pair order w. C. Sutton it pc you. They have re Gant line piece goods ared to make them up in Les and lit and prices Al invest. Done to forget tie. Sutton amp co., Exchange 16w4 the Center population in the United states Lias during the last ten years shifted from Columbus Ohio to the Indiana Boundary line in a few decades More it will reach the Mississippi River. At the rate increase prevailing during the present Century the country will in 1920, contain Between 150,000,000 and 160,000,000. This is Only forty years hence a space easily grasped by those who can remember Quot tie Harrison presidential ten twelve years More equal to a look backward As far As the Days Jackson nullification and the United states Bank the country will be found to contain 200,000,000�?equal to the present population Europe exclusive Russia Austria and Turkey. Go to the circus May 10th, and see the London dude the High wire Prince Plassan Barbera a new big 25ct. Show. If you want pants made t co. Can pleas it Cei Ved an he and Are prep the latest Sty ways the h place w. C Block. For Sale. A very Fine family driving horse Black seven years old sound and perfectly Safe for any woman to drive. Any one wishing such a horse will do it to Call m. W. Burdick new my store Joss Block new phila., 17 mothers children a purchases. Call and Sec our line suits before making your we can astonish you in Quantity Quality and cheapness. 17w3 g. Senhauser amp son. Three farms in Montgomery county kansas�?4c0 acres in ally will Trade for a Good Stock merchandise Price $6,000. Address lock Box 881, Independence Kas. 17tf the new Philadelphia steam carpet Washer is in operation. Carpets called for and delivered. 18w0 w. I. Winch

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