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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - May 10, 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 Quot times advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1y t. One Inch. $ 1 00 $ 2 00 $ 3 00 $ 5 00 three inches. 2 00 5 7 50 15 i six inches. 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 half column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 i 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices five cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday May 10, 1888. Number 20. Official directory. District. Congress. State senator. Beriah Wilkins. Geo. W. Crites j. C. Hance s. Peace Francis Ankney a. W. Yeagley common pleas judges. County. Representative. Probate judge. A a a a -. Prosecuting m. Patrick clerk . Donahey s h e Riff. G. W. Bowers w. Kinsey treasure. John Meyers. Neumann s. Rufer hash lit. Benner . Ii. Hoover Ozias Delong infirmary directors., j m. Porter City. Daniel Korns. ,my0,r James 11. re Elijah Shull. Marshal Philip commissioner John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. C. C. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. B. Scott. Andrew Erwin. _1t s. w Arden. Council names. A. Y Youngen. Same a Bixler. Henry Deible. Philip Doerfer. Daniel Krebs. Milliken. J w Newburg. Jos 11 Llo Stetu Nich Montag. t Rennaker. C c Fernsel. 11 Booth. Ii read. John Milone. F j Greene. Now Lytle . C w Knisley. J r Mulvane. And Timmerman. T j Murphy. Jas Galbraeth. T b Rankin. L a Cornett. W j Ila Kinson t Richardson. M s Wagner. J l Baldwin. T k Robinson. J 11 Gardner. R g Galbraith. Hiram Zeliman. John Wetter. William Kinsey p ii Kuhn. Justices. Township. Post Ofick. Auburn. Ragersville. Auburn. Ragersville. Bucks. Baltic. Bucks. Baltic. Clay. Lock no. 17. Clay. Gradei Hutten. Dover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. Fairfield. New Phi lady a. Fairfield. Zoar station. Franklin. Strasburg. Franklin. Strasburg. Goshen. New Philada a. Goshen. New Philada a. Goshen. New Philada a. Goshen. New Philada a. Jefferson. Stone Creek. Jefferson. A a a Lawrence. Zoar Lawrence. Bolivar. Mill. Uhrichsville. Mill. Uhrichsville. Mill. Dennison. Oxford. Newcorn Erston Oxford. Newcomerstown Perry. Cadwallader. Perry. Cadwallader. Rush. Tippecanoe. Rush. Gradei Hutten. Salem. Port Washington Salem. Port Washington Sandy. Mineral City. Sandy. Mineral City. Sutar Creek. Shanesville. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Union. Uhrichsville. Union. Leesville. Warren. New Moerland Warren. Newcum Nerland Warwick. Tuscarawas. Warwick Tuscarawas. Washington Albany. Washington Paoli. Wayne. Dundee. Wayne. Dundee. York. New Philada a. York. Black band. Nev Philadelphia times. Professional directory. Hrs. N. Richards m. Physician and surgeon new Philadelphia Ohio. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 49yl 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. 49 Jas. A. Rickii ads. Jos. T. Mccullough. Richards amp Mccullough attorneys at Law 49yl new Philadelphia Ohio. By j w. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 46, 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. 4<yl j. 11 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. 4<yl Gamuel 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 hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller amp son. 6y2 ii s. Amp a. 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. Lull instructions in patents terms Etc., sent free. Address r. A a. Lacel Patent att. Is. Washington d. C. A a. Mitchells dental rooms. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Democratic convention thursday May 10, 1888. Office in Hummel Block East High St., second floor. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 lathe new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia. Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in Advance .81 00 if not paid within six months.1 50 5remittances 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. T. W. Mcdermott d. V. S., honorary graduate the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats All diseases Domestic animals. Surgery a specially. Livorse dentistry neatly done. Caious Teeth re moved it Hays to keep a horses Teeth in Good condition. Spavins and ringtones Best treated by the actual cautery. Calls by Telegraph otherwise promptly an swered. Office Over s drug store new Philadelphia Ohio 4yi the convention saturday last was quite a spirited one but the leading question was whether Wilkins should have the endorsement Tuscarawas county for his fourth term that question was practically settled Friday. Wilkins by the Aid his Federal army had succeeded in getting out a sufficient vote to carry the primaries in the majority the townships in his favor. There were about fifty five delegates who could not endorse him hut being in the minority could do nothing so Many townships were handicapped by having a candidate for commissioner to take care and could not enter the fight. The convention endorsed by Resolution that Noble Man Grover Cleveland which every Democrat in Tuscarawas county can heartily approve hut then there was tacked to the Resolution a clause approving the course Wilkins which is a Gross inconsistency As it is Well known that Wilkins has not been in Harmony with the administration. His votes in Congress prove it. His vote in favor the steamship mail subsidy Bill was not democratic. He voted against the president the pension Hill that was vetoed. Lie voted against taking up the Tariff Reform Hill. Congressional records Are Good authority that. Wilkins in his speech said a a no Man could Point out a single act that was not in Harmony with the policy the let us see we remember being present at a meeting in Eagle Hall this City last summer and which meeting was addressed by Hon. M. Harter Mansfield o., in which the course . Wilkins was severely criticised As being contrary to democratic doctrine and in opposition to the president and the applause that followed indicated that the sentiment the speaker was heartily endorsed. If any one has any doubt this being True we refer them to messes. J. A. Buchanan and a. W. Patrick two the leading democrats the county. In his speech saturday Wilkins did say he was in favor Tariff Reform and in Many respects came near making a democratic speech but he Felt he must Nike an Cattoi t to l Ltd a a -3----- platform. In his speech at Ragersville last year he said he a a was in favor cheap baby clothes and dear whisky a and wound up by saying he was a protectionist. He made a Protection speech at Gilmore. But Beriah is like John Sherman who the eve an election tries to get into the popular current. One the amusing things last saturday was to hear Wilkins in his speech arraign ing the Republican party for favouring monopolies by taking the tax off National Hanks railroads and express companies when he Beriah is the Champion the National Hanks. These things ought to he said by one whose skirts Are clean. The race for county commissioner was hotly contested. Quite a number Good men were presented to the convention. The race was brought to a close Between Frederick Glouser Goshen and Wesley Emerson Dover both first class men. The vote showed that Emerson was nominated by a Small majority. Lewis Geckeler Fairfield township was nominated for infirmary director. The democracy can feel assured that . Emerson and . Geckeler will not he dead weights the ticket but will poll More than the party majority and will make Good efficient officers. They Are both practical Farmers and will look after the interests the country. Grant Mitchell d. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. City Block a Philadelphia Over Raiffe a hardware store Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. Gas and Ether administered diseases the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1 the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey proprietor. The House Lias been newly furnished through it. Pleasant rooms. Table first class. Prices out. Moderate. Bus to and from the ears. Livery in connection with the House. Good 9yl remodeler. Refitted and refurnished throw out new i Johnson t House. H. B. West manager 33 Superior Street. Cleveland Ohio terms�?$1.50 to $2.00, according to room. Clerks trios. H. Case l. Golder 52yl agents we beat the world for Low prices. A handsome and strongly bound photo graph album 8, x_10 inches Gilt sides and edges holding 22 Pai inet and card pictures sent for 60 cents retail Price 1.25. A bed Plush photo rape album 8.h 10>� embossed padded bides Gold edges Extension sep holding 32 pages Cabinet and card pictures it for to .00, retails for 82-26. Illustrated circulars Csc the above Tad. A a Rnic finer styles fut Shee a Menuhin Cincinnati Ohio albums in pursuance the Call the Central committee the democracy Tuscarawas county assembled at the opera House the 5th inst., and organized the convention by selecting James a. Richards As chairman j. Jurgens Secretary and s. W. Mercer assistant Secretary. A motion was then made that a committee composed one from each township be appointed As a committee credentials which carried. A motion was then made that one Delegate be selected from Eracli township As a Central committee with Power to appoint an executive committee. That committee composed one from each township reported As an executive committee the names the following persons j. T. Evans j. A. Buchanan h. H. Shie j. H. Benfer t. J. Pocock e. R. Westhaver l. Zollars j. W. Hill m. Y. Ream with j. T. Evans As president j. A. Buchanan Secretary h. Ii. Shie assistant Secretary and j. Ii. Benfer treasurer. Next in order was the committee resolutions composed one from each township. They reported the following resolutions resolved that tins convention recognizes the Universal democratic sentiment in county state and Union calling for the renomination Grover Cleveland As the democratic candidate for president the United states and the delegates this Day he instructed to act in state convention with that result in View. That we cordially endorse the general policy the National administration and the High Standard official and political duty it Lias set before the country and that we especially commend its energetic policy in reclaiming Public lands in the illegal Possession corporations and alien syndicates through the Connivance Republican administrations and opening them to settlement As the heritage the american people that we commend the late message the president urging the revision the Revenue Laws for correcting the abuses and inequalities and extortion the War Tariff and endorse the Reform Tariff Hill now pending in its general features As relieving the people oppressive taxation the necessaries life preventing a dangerous and demoralizing Treasury surplus and opening to american capital mechanical skill and Energy markets hitherto denied our products which will insure work for the unemployed the country and that we especially commend in View the use foreign contract labor in highly protected Home industries to the detriment our Home organized labor the vigorous action president Cleveland As evidenced by his late official letter to Federal officers in Massachusetts for the prevention further importations contract labor the return such labor to the country whence it came and the prosecution the Bounty fed and Tariff protected interests that promoted such pernicious and unlawful immigration. Resolved that recognizing the Sterling qualities that Gallant Solier general it it do Vvs nil ave Iana vaoar/1 in War and his equally glorious record in peace in the administration the pension Bureau herewith endorse and recommend his name As our first Choice As a candidate for the office vice president the United states. Resolved that we most heartily endorse the course our very efficient representative in Congress the Hon. Wilkins for his Able upright and conscientious course in Congress in the maintenance democratic principles and in furtherance the interests the people. The committee appointed to select delegates to the state convention reported the names As follows h. Merrick s. W. Mercer j. Ii. Meagher Lewis Geckeler W. Crites Fred Reichenbach e. If. Benfer Adam Stocker Cyrus Roth j. G. Newman. A motion was then made that Wilkins be allowed to select his own delegates to the congressional convention. Motion carried. Wilkins reported the following list As delegates to Coshocton Hon f Ankeny j ii Mitchel j t Mccullough Dan Wyss Geo Mccullough m v Ream . J. M. Estep Cadiz g., died saturday morning last and was buried monday afternoon. Or. Estep was one the leaders the Cadiz bar and had reputation Over the state As being an Able lawyer lie was honest and upright and had a Host friends who Are much grieved to lose him. Lie was a great student and devoted his whole time earnestly to his practice which was a very lucrative one. He was a forcible and Able advocate carrying conviction to his hearers. He was a valuable citizen to the town and contributed largely to the Church and pubic enterprises in the interest the town. Ii. Read editor the Standard was indicted by the last grand jury for publishing the article reflecting upon editor Gould. Pat claims justification so far As malice is concerned and that he will defend by hacking up the assertion. J c Wilkin Joseph Stoutt e Westhafer h b Keffer r Benner w e lash ii Conrad Jacob Horn John Kennedy s his Rick w a Mcconnell e c Ramey p ii read b Coleman j Stoutt j bold j m Porter c Forney s w Mercer e Slingluff a Stocker we Johnson a c Stocker p Hawk t j Evans j Beiter j Spruce Hank s Douglass Jacob Degrief we Brown j Wenger h Clantz trios Wright Loyd Murphy t Lanning l c Zollars n c Beechy t Mcadoo e Purcell ii Merrick a Shetler j Gebhart b Downey j Hill t Meagher s Ryan s sheets Donahey Thos Wilson and would find him Ever after doing his duty next in order was the presentation the Banner to the township having made the highest per cent gain at the last election. Little York had won the prize. It was a Beautiful Banner. J. A. Buchanan made the presentation speech in behalf the democratic executive committee. Or. Jacob Foehl responded in behalf the democracy York township. Next came the announcement candidates. J. W. Kinsey was renominated for auditor by acclamation. The following names were announced for commissioner John Andrews. A. Rosenbery Henry Hahn Wesley Emerson Fred Glauser Jim Johnson Adam Miller. The balloting then begun dropping the lowest Man 3rd ballot. Wesley Emerson was nominated the 7th ballot. Next in order was infirmary director. James Minnis Lewis Geckeler and j. A. Wardel were nominated. Or. Geckeler was nominated the 5th ballot. Convention notes. Sam. Mcclain is becoming quite an orator. He made the speech the occasion. Beriah accosted a sugar Creek citizen saturday in this manner a a what is the matter with you Fellows in sugar Creek township that you Are All against me a the party addressed after being pressed for a reason said a a . Wilkins if you must know it is because we done to think you Are a sugar Creek democrats keep posted and evidently judge from Wilkins past record in Congress instead being governed by what Wilkins says in his Little speeches. Beriah handed around a handsome Basket full promises last week hut few them materialized. For instance a the Promise to John Andrews to give him a Good share Mill township which vanished. Auburn was shakily treated by Beriah. Or. Andrews is a Man that deals squarely with everyone and should not he thus treated. Beriah saw that . Andrews caught to his game and made a desperate Effort to explain matters satisfactorily. Personal mention. Mrs. J. Ii. Tipton is in our City. Kurg Wallace was in town tuesday. Frank Beverly Canton was in our City tuesday. De. Uhrich town saturday. Uhrichsville was in Dennison has already passed an ordinance closing the saloons. I r. A. M. Beers was in town tuesday looking after Railroad matters. Ing his parents this City. We. Criswell and family were in Uhrichsville Sabbath. Or. And mrs. E. L. Arnold Massillon visited Here Over sunday. Charles Cunningham Uhrichsville was in our City monday evening. Peter Fahrney is lying seriously ill with Little Chance for his recovery. Or. Doerschuck and C. Linbaugh Shanesville was in town monday. J. Ii. Booth and daughter Nano were in Dennison and Uhrichsville monday. W. H. Smith wife and daughter Helen were at j. Ii. Booths sunday. Democratic Victory subscribers desiring their Post office address changed will please state in notice where the change is to be from As we frequently have to search the list through to find where it was last. Joseph Mcelroy has procured the services James a. Linn Steubenville to take charge his undertaking department. Or. Linn is a practical eni Balmer. Let every citizen new Philadelphia work for the Railroad the 25th, and see that the vote carries in favor issuing the Bonds. Circuit court is in session with judges Follett Jenner and Albaugh the Bench. There Are nine cases to be tried. Goshen township will vote Railroad Bonds May 25tli. See notice in another column. W 11 Riffle Norman Senhauser. Wilkins was then introduced. Lie said in substance As follows a a i suspect i need no introduction to those with whom i have fought As a Democrat without scratching a ticket for the last Twenty years. That they had honoured him six times for which he thanked them. That we Are the eve another Campaign. That the equal the present administration for Wisdom and honesty has not been seen for years and ended the sentence with a Eulogy Cleveland. Then he branched off by saying it has been said that i have not supported Grover Cleveland. I want them to Point out a single act mine that did not support him was not democratic. Not a Man believes any such thing that i am not a Democrat. We must carry out the pledges made three years ago. It is a duty to reduce the taxes to the necessities our government. I have advocated this. We must reduce the taxes to the lowest limits. Land is Low because land has been overtaxed. The Republican party left us with this Burden. The Republican party has favored monopolies. A hey have taken taxes off railroads express companies National Banks Etc. Then he closed by saying he was going to stand by the party whether he got the nomination at Coshocton not the a a times not such a liar As the a a Ohio Democrat a to Day said it was the administration sustained Hon. J. W. Owens the Newark Lucky what kind a a food a for you is that . Merrick t. C. Ferrell Carroll county was in new Philadelphia tuesday attending court. _ miss Dora Holloway Canton is visiting her sister Josa Liine and Clara Custer. _ miss Kate Graham Mineral Point is the guest the misses Patrick fair Street. _ mrs. Ii. L. Merrick left for a few weeks visit with her friends in Zanesville J. Sheets who has been visiting j. N. Strickmaker went to Ashland saturday. Mrs. H. B. Ilay and Cora Schweitzer spent tuesday and wednesday in Pittsburgh. James And a. W. Patrick attended the funeral j. M. Estep Cadiz misses Blanch Smith and Alice Mitchell Uhrichsville visited at Rev. Cooke a saturday. _ miss Sadie Mounsey Columbus o., is visiting at the residence Jacob Sehlus this City. Miss Carrie Hilton Uhrichsville visited her grandparents . And mrs. David Judy several Days. Or. C. Ii. Mathews and daughter Sarah left tuesday for a week at the magnetic Springs this state. Miss Carrie Lahmer who has been spending the Winter in Kansas City mo., returned tuesday to new Philadelphia for the summer. More about Wool. We arrived Home from the convention in time to give Only a Brief history it As it was then about the hour going to press the democracy the sixteenth District assembled yesterday at Coshocton with As much vim and determination As Ever characterized any prior convention in the District. Tuscarawas went with a solid delegation for Wilkins. Holmes went in instructed for Hon. Jerry Sullivan and Coshocton for Hon. J. Forbes. Muski Ngum backed her candidate . Andrews with fifty votes and Wilkins six. Licking went in with judge Hunter Captain Owens and . Jones with a following 21�?8�?26, respectively. It had been rumoured by the Wilkins delegation that Holmes would go to Wilkins and Over half Muski Ngum and that Forbes could not control his delegation the following Jones which would give Wilkins the nomination Early in the contest. This Rumor proved to be false. The instructions Given in the caucus proved that the intention was to unite any one to heat Wilkins. The convention was organized about 11 clock and the candidates were announced. R. M. Vor liver Coshocton in announcing the name . Forbes fired the administration gun loaded to the muzzle which perforated Beriah swings and filled them so full holes that he could not sail out the popular Breeze. He urged upon the democracy the 16th District the importance having a representative that was in Harmony with the administration and would stand by the president in carrying out the democratic policy. This evinced a sentiment against Wilkins and braced Muski Ngum up to stand More firmly to her candidate. It was a telling speech that carried conviction in its train. It was the Tocsin sounding the death Knell Beriah a career in Congress. Then came judge Critchfield Holmes a very Able and eloquent speaker and announced the name Hon. Jerry Sullivan Holmes. His speech fired the convention with enthusiasm that augured much. Each the other candidates were announced with appropriate speeches. One ballot was taken and then the convention adjourned Tor dinner. Afternoon committees reported. The committee resolutions came Cracy and with support to the administration. This elicited applause in Thunder tones because the sentiment and because the nominee would have to face the music from a democratic platform. Many were the conjectures As to How Wilkins could make the leap if he should he chosen As the candidate. This scattered fear throughout the Wilkins Camp. Now that the old democratic ship was rigged she set sail. Ballot after ballot was taken interspersed with recesses for consultation until near the hour Midnight. The anti Wilkins delegates had now cast Anchor Here and there without accomplishing anything lacking several ballots Only three votes nominating . Andrews Muski Ngum. Forbes and Hunter had United Andrews and Holmes county was convinced that the Best thing to do was to help make a nomination and was about ready which fact was Patent to Wilkin. The Hon. J. Forbes came in for the Honor opening the Ball and introducing the Winner by casting his vote solid for Captain Owens Newark the forty first ballot. Wilkins having become convinced that his Day had come and he could let himself Down by going Over to Owens who had not been aggressive hut had been kept in the Field rather As a a dark horse a and Owens was nominated with a whoop and Hurrah this was satisfactory to the anti crowd. As there is no doubt hut that Captain Owens is an Able honest and upright Man and a Democrat in Accord with the administration he will carry the full party vote. Our Young Friend Michael Ream Tuscarawas and the Hon. Or. Forbes Coshocton now come in for a share honors by being nominated As delegates to the National convention at St. Louis. Wilkins in a Short speech sought to gather his shattered garments together and seek shelter under the democratic Wing. But to put it modestly he was completely knocked out and died hard with his delegation in solid Phalanx. Stone Creek. Written for the times. The editor the Ohio Democrat refuses to be comforted unless there is some attention Given to . Rankings open letter published in the Ohio Democrat recent Date. I have been informed that . Rankin has complacently listened to the hum a political Bee in his Bonnet and might soon seek the suffrage the Farmers and Wool growers for a seat in the legislature with laudable ambition should it take in politics. If this be a fact it would have been much better for him if his friends had kept his remarkable free Trade letter suppressed. He says a a the facts Are that the interest the manufacturer and growers Are not a Squire that is an illogical proposition. If there was no Way to manufacture Wool it would be worse than Folly to raise a product that could not be utilized. He says a the Manu Faurer wants to buy his Wool where he can get it the just what everybody does tries to do the world Over. If he buy foreign Wool cheaper than Domestic he will undoubtedly do it and if . Rankin cannot compete with the foreign Wool grower he is forced out the Market and the foreigner is master the situation. But if there was a duty 20 cents the Pound he could demand 40 cents for his Wool and his foreign competitor after paying 20 cents duty for the privilege Selling in our Market he would have Twenty cents left. But . Rankin says a the Wool growers wore doing better prior to the Tariff �?T67.�?� president Cleveland in his message declares that the Tariff increases the Price Wool to the full amount duty imposed who ought to he Good authority for the a Squire. This would enable our Rush township Friend to enter the Market and compete with the foreign Wool grower. Or. Rankin refers to the year a a 1881, under the highest rates duty known in our in that year he says a a the Farmers our Section sold their Wool for 27 to 29 cents per the facts Are that the Price Wool in new Philadelphia that year was from 40 to 42 cents. If . Rankin sold his Wool that year for 27 cents the Quality must have been very poor else he was imposed upon by some free Trade sharper. The a Squire says a a after the passage the act protecting us our sheep began to decrease and continued until we could not Muster More than the one half the sheep we had prior to the act �?T67.�?� the a Squire should before he launches out with his extravagant statements in his open letter look up the statistics a Little More carefully he May mislead his free Trade friends. The most rapid increase Ever attained in this country began in 1869, and continued until 1884, both in number sheep and weight clip. From �?T67 to �?T83, the increase in the United states was Over ten millions. Your count a Squire is incorrect you will have to count again. Instead a decrease . We can a a Muster a ten million the facts Are that there was no reduction in sheep until the reduction duty in 1883, followed by a decrease six million in the next succeeding three years. The a Squire started in the wrong Date he should have commenced his count decrease 1883. The presidents proposition to place Wool the free list is a direct Challenge to the agricultural interests. The Wool grower is threatened with the destruction his Industry and the grower hogs and cattle is threatened with the added Competition the Farmer when driven out the sheep business will devote himself to the raising hogs and cattle. Why is it Squire that in India where free Trade is tolerated and where Cotton is raised to a considerable extent and they sell the same to English manufacturers at a Low Price and in return pay the English manufacturers 25 cents per Yard a Bushel wheat for two Yards Calico Why is it they have an artificial famine there every few years Why was it that Calico was Twenty five cents per Yard not fifty years ago in this country and now it is bought for five cents is it not because we do our own manufacturing the same British free Trade principles existed in our colonial Days. England reserved the right to do All the manufacturing for the colonies until their arrogance and tyranny became unbearable. Hatters were forbidden to have More than two apprentices at a time it was unlawful for the colonies to manufacture Iron steel for one Colony to have commercial Intercourse one with another and they persistently adhere to the same principles to Day. They would subjugate us now As they tried to do then. They have subjugated India by her free Trade dogmas and has succeeded admirably in fleecing them their raw material in Exchange for their manufactured goods at fabulous prices so grate that a famine is often the result. On the other hand where Home Industry is wisely protected and an ample volume Money to do business with Joy peace and plenty will smile upon the people. Joseph Junkins. Pullman Vestibule cars still run Pennsylvania lines. The misses Mary Schweitzer hummels Valley Myra Forney Baltic o., and Laura Spring Madison county o., spent sunday last at Henry Dahmer son Beaver dam. It looks now As though the Spicer manufacturing company is to he an important Enterprise in our town and that the town will be greatly benefited by it. First because it is in responsible hands with plenty capital to run it and secondly because a practical Man is at the head it. It will give employment to Many our Labouring men. These folks should be encouraged by the patronage this Community a. V. Paulus has sold his Hoot and shoe business to Lieser amp Gruber and Liis building to Henry Lieser who has moved the same onto his lot beside the store. Our township clerk up to this Day has issued certificates for the scalps Over three Hundred and fifty groundhogs. What will we do for a weather Prophet february 2nd, next. Or. Putt has Given his Dwelyn a new coat paint. The color seems Odd at first but we Are obliged now to say that it gives the House a neat appearance. Albert Wagner is following suit with the same color. John Schrader is proud these Days All account a Little dish Washer coming to his House to stay. The manufacture Swiss cheese has again begun and the rattling milk wagons will he a daily Tingle in our ears. Adam Butcher is also proud. Its a dish Washer too. Miss Flora Parks is teaching a summer school at our school House and Henry Bernhard is teaching a German school in the same House. There is education for All. 8hully gave a dance in the rink last saturday night. It was Well attended. Jacob Zumbach has moved to Fry a Valley where he will manufacture cheese. His House Here is. Standing empty and everything seems Dull about. His premises since the Saloon has been j closed. A a United states judges Graham and Blodgett at Chicago hand Down an opinion sustaining the Validity the sessions Patent As operated by the Pullman company. Chicago May 2. Judges Gresham and Blodgett the la United states circuit Here this morning delivered an opinion sustaining the Patent for the Pullman Vestibule cars and enjoining the Wagner Palace car company from using the same by granting the Pullman company the injunction asked for. The opinion which was delivered by judge Gresham after reciting the history the Pullman company a suit against the Wagner and Lake Shore companies and explaining just what the pullmans invention was proceeds As follows a a the Patent was granted to Henry Howard sessions november 15, 1887, his application having been filed in september preceding about the time the first completely equipped so called Vestibule train was put in service the Pennsylvania lines. The defendants were not slow in appropriating sessions improvement by operating trains a similar construction. The appropriation was so Complete that the Wagner Vestibule train appears to he a duplicate the Pullman Tram. The defendants did not claim to do this under the authority letters Patent their own. They deliberately appropriated every substantial feature which was exhibited in sessions invention and the Pullman Vestibule train whether patentable non patentable. To say the least this was a recognition by the defendants the sessions improvement. It is True that the defendants inserted an Elliptic Spring to press outward the Frame plate at the top instead employing the sessions separate Coil Springs. This difference however was formal and not substantial both Springs performing the same function. A a in support the motion for an injunction the complainant filed a Large number affidavits from which it appears that trains operated with the sessions improvement move wit greater steadiness that the movement is so much reduced that passengers can sleep More comfortable in the upper berth that the car lamps Are capable being burned with a higher flame and that persons affected with nausea suffer less in that Way when travelling upon a Pullman Vestibule train than trains not embodying sessions improvement. This evidence seems to show the practical value and Utility the improvement. A a we shall not refer at length to the various patents which Are relied upon As having anticipated the sessions improvement further than to say that none them were intended to prevent oscillation vibration and that none them embody the substantial feature the sessions invention. It is True that the Patent is a recent one but we think the complainant has established a fair Prima Facie Case in favor its Validity. It is obvious that the defendant at once recognized the importance and value the improvement. If they and Lessen the danger to the travelling Public Why were they so prompt in adopting it ? this conduct the defendants itself strengthens the complainants Prima Facie under the decision rendered the Wagner Vestibule train the Lake Shore Road could not have left Chicago for new York this afternoon without bringing the two companies mentioned into contempt court but an arrangement was made whereby the train left As usual. The Legal representatives the Wagner and Lake Shore companies had a conference with George m. Pullman this afternoon the result which was that . Pullman granted them 14 Days in which to make the necessary alterations in their trams. Strasburg. Special election. Common pleas court. Be it remembered that at a special meeting the township trustees Goshen township Tuscarawas county and state Ohio called and convened in due form Law at the office said trustees in said township the 7th Day May 1888, at which meeting were present Fredrick Groff James s. Minnis and George Welty trustees said township and a. A. Stermer township clerk the following proceedings were then had to wit resolved by the trustees Goshen township Tuscarawas county o., that by the Federal census 1880, Goshen township had a population 5,226 people and that it is and will be to the interest said township that the rights Way for a steam railway be provided for and secured from the line Between the township Goshen and the township York in the old town Valley and through the Village new Philadelphia to the line Between said Goshen township and Fairfield township in the Beaver dam Valley and that said Board trustees when legally authorized to do so by a vote the qualified electors said township will borrow a sum Money for the purpose purchasing such rights Way not exceeding ten thousand dollars $10,000in the name such township and will Issue the Bonds said township for the sum ten thousand dollars bearing interest at 6 per cent per annul payable Semi annually and to become due in ten years and will Levy a tax upon the taxable property said township not exceeding one Mill the Dollar each year until said Bonds and the interest thereon Are fully paid. And it is hereby further resolved and ordered by said Board township trustees that a special election by the qualified electors said township he and the same is hereby called to he held the Twenty fifth Day May at the usual places holding elections in said township at which election All electors desiring to vote in favor such right Way and the Levy said tax shall have written printed their ballots the words a a right tray for Railroad yes a and those opposed thereto shall have written printed their ballots a a right Way for railroads no a As provided in the act the general Assembly the state Ohio passed and took effect february 20th, 1888, entitled a a an act to authorize townships having a population at the last census in 1880, and which at any subsequent Federal census May have a population 5,226, to Issue Bonds for the purpose purchasing and Selling rights Way for a Railroad company within the limits said Fred. Groff James s. Minnis George Welty trustees. Dated May 7, 18s8. If Lotiue is hereby Given to the qualified electors Goshen township Tuscarawas county Ohio that a special election will be held at the usual places holding elections in said township the 25th Day May 1888, to vote for and against the trustees said township being authorized to Issue the Bonds said township to an amount not exceeding $10,000, for the Purchase and Sale rights Way for a steam railway in and through said township and new Philadelphia from the line Between York township and Goshen township the old town Valley and the line Between Fairfield township and said Goshen township in the Beaver dam Valley in said county and the Levy a tax upon the duplicates said township to redeem said Bonds. The electors desiring to vote in favor said right Way and the Levy said tax shall have written printed their ballots a right Way for their ,1,9 right tir opposed Fred. Groff James s. Minnis George Welty trustees. Dated May 7, 1888. Real estate for Sale magnetic treatment is special Benefit to the invalid in that it stimulates to action the vital organs Tuffe body and equalizes the circulation throughout the entire Pius Cular system. The water at magnetic Springs Union county Ohio possesses these curative qualities in a remarkable degree. We know several patients from this City and neighbourhood who have been greatly benefited thereby. Address e. R. Hotsenpiller magnetic Springs Ohio. _ a Good two Story Frame dwelling seven rooms lot 66x264, with another Good one Story Frame House four rooms same lot and both houses in Good repair. Good fruit Good Well and Cistern premises and also Good outbuildings. Situated in new Philadelphia West High Street and is a Corner lot. Will sell very cheap will Trade for a Small tract land. A bargain in it Call at the times office. The worst storm wind Hail and rain that Ever was known in this part the state visited us wednesday . A very sad death occurred in our Village last saturday evening. Or. Mice was stricken with paralysis while the Street and died in a Short time. He leaves a family to Battle alone in the worlds strife. Farmers Are preparing for Spring planting. Fishermen have taken in their nets. Strasburg demonstrated the fact last saturday at the local option vote that a Little Beer is Good for the stomach and it was the a Medicine our daddies and not to be dispensed with. There Are two things which the Strasburger is a connoisseur a his Beer and his preacher and is very particular that in the two articles the spirituality is not misplaced. First and most important he has great expectations politically and must Ambuscade his vote and opinions to conciliate All parties. There was a very amusing incident connected with one these sagacious and perspective aspirants and the local option move lie had signed his name to the petition hut considering thought Best to erase it hut it was fastened there with pen and Ink and the a Damnable spot would not rub out therefore his inventive Genius was called into requisite and a slip paper pasted Over it. This advertisement called Forth the great propensity which cursed our race curiosity. Induisi Iye humanity pried off the lid and there exposed to the View the vulgar eyes the multitude lamp a the thing in Black and White. No wonder the poor Little foundling called local option died but rather than he murdered by such dissembling it should have kicked it3 last kick the a a desert la Allegro. % a Large variety farms in Ohio and other states including several the Best farms in Tuscarawas county. Also a number desirable residences and business houses in new Philadelphia Aud other towns. Several the above farms would be traded for town property and several the above dwellings would he traded upon farms. The undersigned has arrangements with real estate agents in other counties and states whereby any one desiring to make a change can he suited. F. Romig attorney at Law. Office in Mcclean Block Southwest Corner Public Square new Philadelphia Ohio. 3tf Brace up. You Are feeling depressed your appetite is poor you Are bothered with headache you Are fidgety nervous and generally out sorts and want to Brace up. Brace up hut not with stimulants Spring medicines hitters which have for their basis very cheap bad whiskey and which stimulate you for an hour then leave you in worse condition than before. What you want is an alterative that will purify your blood Start heavy action liver and kidneys restore your vitality and give renewed health and strength. Such a Medicine you will find in electric bitters and Only 50 cents a la it title at Miller a songs drug store. The Spicer manufacturing company new Philadelphia 0. Proceedings. Criminal. Ohio v Benjamin f Sanders forgery motion to quash overruled demurrer to indictment overruled defendant arraigned plea not guilty to be tried May 17. Ohio v Benjamin Sanders shooting motion to quash overruled demurrer to indictment overruled defendant arraigned plea not guilty tried May 18. Ohio v Lemon g Kiser cutting motion to quash overruled demurrer to indictment overruled defendant arraigned plea not guilty. Ohio v we f Kohl Selling sunday $150 recognizance to october term. Ohio v Benj and George Sanders for burglary motion to quash overruled demurrer to indictment overruled plea not guilty separate trials Benjamin May 21 George May 23. Ohio v Benjamin and George Sanders forgery motion to quash overruled demurrer to indictment overruled defendants arraigned plea not guilty separate trials Benjamin May 24. Judgment against defendant. Jennie Krantz v Charles Maurer. Frank e Smith v George w Mathias. Judgment for defendant. John a Beeper receiver v r j w Dodd verdict for defendants. Gorman Staley v we 11 Walton. Jennie Bailey v Bertha Meyers. Cases dismissed. J t Massmore v George Steese. We Pecke Squill v Charles Wilgus. A Klenard Lenger v Julia r Bell. Crisswell a nagely v John Pieniek. M d Woodford v Nelson Minnis. Same v Martha Minnis. Same v we Mckee. Same v we St flier. Same v we Ryan. Same v George Kreig. Same v Philip Eselu casks settled. Albert g Meese v John Markley. M i Wood Ford v Patrick Daugherty. Case continued. Thompson Lybarger v c a m Ray. Plaintiffs to plead. A w Sampliner v John a Hod Ettler. Mary a Ryle v Llor Lon w Ryle. We ii Woodruff v Geo w Bowman. Albert Bates v Janies Parsons. J e Middleton v Frank Fleck. Defendants to plead. Edward ii Mcgrew v John d Bailey. Susan a Bramford v the c a l Ray. Conrad Biteler v Josiah Dorsey. Washington Edie v we show. Jacob b Warner v John Booth. Ida Carnahan v f Douthitt adm a. Nancy Wallace v Joseph Wallace. A allies e Miller v Lewis l Travis. Cyrus Roth v John t Sommers. City Bank new Philadelphia v Joshua f Lensel. We ii Woodruff v Geo w Bowman. Confirmations. Anola s Lewis v Jacob Knobloch . Peter Fleck v Susan Fleck. Daka. P in nil w t ii to it Amny an we b Thompson v Janies p Hooker. Mary e Kline v Charles hash Rook. Samantha Schildt v Jaremiah Schildt. Grand jury report. Six cases considered Lour cases reported one for libel one for illegal voting two for common labor sunday. Viewing the promised land. Squatters tiie ground waiting tub opening an Indian reservation. Great Falls Mont. News the opening the Blade feet reservation is awaited impatiently Here and throughout Northern Montana. A Large number persons have gone to the reservation to locate ranches mines and town Sites. The desirable valleys Are fairly covered with tents the greatest Rush apparently being to the big Sandy the famous Hay grounds. Soldiers As Well As citizens Are the grounds and when news comes that the Hill is signed there is Likely to he a Rush. Bullock Valley beyond fort Assini Boine is All staked off and the tents the squatters May lie seen All along the Valley the milk River. There is a Silver lode in the Bear Paw mountains that was located several years ago. It is understood that several parties arc hand watching to locate this mint As Well As to Prospect for Tribune. president has now signed the Hill throwing open for settlement the Indian reservation in Montana useful baking powder facts. Ted marr1ed. Successors to English a Dixon manufacturers improved Hay Ders Spring tooth harrows Etc. kinds repairing done Short notice in a find class Inaura eat reasonable figures. Manufacturing any kind pattern work in Wood Iron and brass promptly attended to. Pipe and fittings pumps cylinders Etc. The highest Market Price paid for old cast Metal excepting stove plate grate bars any burned Iron. Ipod please give is a Call. 20w4 unclaimed letters. Bim Klerx a dem merle.�? the 3rd Day May 1888, at the probate office new Philadelphia it by f. B. Rankin j. P., . Peter Bimeler and miss Mary l. Kuemmerle All this county. Cleveland Cyc Loraina excursion via c. A m. Railroad tuesday May 15th. Tickets Good seven Days. Low round trip rates from All stations. See nearest agent c. Amp m. R. R. For further particulars. Trains leave canal Dover at 11 04 a. M. Round trip Only $2. The new Philadelphia steam carpet Washer is in operation. Carpets called for and delivered. 18w6 w. B. Winch. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office May 8, 1888 f. E. Taylor j. Jackson cd amps. Downey p. W. Monothy John Robinson Mary Jane Smith Mary m. Miller mrs. Mary Jones Alley Moore. If not called for in fourteen Days will he sent to the dead letter office. Pm p. Degreif i. M. Tell your friends about the Cyloma excursion to Cleveland tuesday May 15th, via c. A m. R. R. No change cars. Go and visit the marvelous Cyclorama the largest and most vivid Battle scene in the world truthfully portraying the historic Battles Mission Ridge Chattanooga and Lookout Mountain. The following hints May Preven some housekeeper from being imposed upon if when two samples baking pow Der Are tested by mixing with col it water one them boils up Quick Effer vesting like Seidlitz powder an the other rises More slowly fou Iii like yeast and perhaps standing out the top the Glass it is an evidence it the purity the former and the Adu iteration the latter. The differed action the second is caused by the addition flour Lime both. I a Little flour in the other and mix thoroughly then stir into the Wate and the same result is produced to the action being More less slow a cording to the amount flour a ddts a their business booming probably no one thing has it Sun such a general revival Trade at f. Miller a songs drug store As their Givis away to their customers so Mai free trial bottles . Kings it discovery for consumption. Their tra is simply enormous in this very Malual article from the fact that it always Cui and never disappoints. Coughs col asthma bronchitis croup and All the and lung diseases quickly cured. A can test it before buying by getting trial bottle free Large size $1. Evi bottle warranted. Three farms in Montgomery county Kansas acres in ally will Trade for a Good St merchandise Price $6,000. Addi lock Box 884, Independence Kas. I

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