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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - May 17, 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 01 every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the Quot times advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 3 to. 0 to. 1 y . One Inch. 1 no $ 2 00 $ 3 Ltd it $ 5 i three inches. 2 00 5 x 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 00 7 50 12 .50 22 50 half column. 5 x 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices five cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday May 17, 1888. Number 21. Official directory. District Congress. State senator. Common pleas judges. County. Representative. Probate judge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Beriah Wilkins Geo. W. Crates j. C. Ilance 1 j. Peace commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors Daniel Korns. James ii. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. C. C. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. B. 1. Scott. Andrew Erwin. Glatfelter. Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley James m. Patrick j. C. Donahey a. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. J. G. Neumann s. Rufer it w. E. Lash r. Benner .0. H. Hoover Ozias Delong a j. Porter City. Mayor Cut Erk marshal treet commissioner Council game Warden. Justices. Names. Township. A. Youngen. Same a Bixler. Lenry Deible. Philip Doerfer. Daniel Krebs. Milliken. J w now Burg. Jos 11 Hostetler Nich Montag. t Rennaker. Charlesll Ehlers Philip a Garver c c Fernsel. Daniel Richards Hugh t i Unis. J ii Booth. P ii read. William Brown. Adam Regula. David Breymeir Samuel c Kline. John Milone. F j Greene. Jno w Lytle . C w Knisley. J r Mulvane. And Timmerman. T j Murphy. Jas Galbraeth. T b Rankin. L a Cornett. W j Lla Kinson l s Mckinney. Wesley m Tracy Lewis c Zollars. T Richardson. s Wagner. J l Baldwin. T k Robinson. J 11 Gardner. R g Galbraith. Hiram Climan. Robot Coruthers Isaac couts. James w Stoutt John Wetter. William Kinsey p ii Kuhn. Auburn. Auburn. Bucks. Bucks. Clay. Clay. Dover. Dover. Dover. Fairfield. Fairfield. Franklin. Franklin. Goshen. Goshen. Goshen. Goshen. Jefferson. Lawrence. Lawrence. Mill. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Oxford. Perry. Perry. Rush. Rush. Salem. Salem. Sandy. Sandy. Sugar Creek. Sugar Creek. Union. Union. Warren. Warren. Warwick. Warwick Washington Washington Wayne. Wayne. York. A York. Post office. Ragersville. Ragersville. Baltic. Baltic. Lock no. 17. Gnadenhutten. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. New Phi lad a. Zoar station. Strasburg. Strasburg. New Philada a. New Philada a. New Philada a. New Philada a. Stone Creek. Zoar j Bolivar. Uhrichsville. Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomerstown Newcomerstown Cadwallader. Cadwallader. Tippecanoe. Gnadenhutten. Port Washington port Washington Mineral City. Mineral City. Shanesville. Shanesville. Uhrichsville. Leesville. Newcum Merlaud new Underland Tuscarawas. Tuscarawas. Albany. Paoli. Dundee. Dundee. New philae a. Black band. Professional directory. New Philadelphia times. Hrs. N. 1. Richards m. D. Physician and surgeon new Philadelphia. Ohio. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 49yl up c. Parks m. I physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Of free in the Patrick building. South Broadway. Residence doors South c a p depot. 49 Jas. A. D. Bici cards. Jos. Mccullough. Rici cards amp Mccullough attorneys at Law 4i.iyl new Philadelphia Ohio. Y j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 40, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 4�yl j7rancis Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Lithe Mclane Block new Philadelphia. Ohio. John n s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47yl j ii Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl 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 required. It is guaranteed to give perfect Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller amp son. 6y2 ii s. A a. P. Lacey procure patents in the u. S., Canada and Europe 21 years experience. Preliminary examinations As to patentability inventions free. No attorney fees in Advance for obtaining u. Patents. Full instructions in patents terms Etc. Sent free. Address r. A a. P. Lacey Patent att is. Washington d. C. Feb. 2, �?T8syl t. W. Mcdermott d. V. S., honorary graduate the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats All diseases Domestic animals. Surgery a specially. Horse dentistry neatly done. Calous Teeth removed. It pays to keep a horses Teeth in Good condition. Spavins and ringtones Best treated by the actual cautery. Calls by Telegraph otherwise promptly an swered. Office Over Routzen Heiser a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio 4yl Mitchells dental rooms. Crant Mitchell d. D. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. City Block new Philadelphia 0. Over Raiffe a hardware store drown and Bridge work skilfully executed. W and Ether administered. Diseases 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 cars. Good livery in connection with the House. Dyl remodeler refitted and refurnished throw out new i Johnson i House. H. B. West manager 133 Superior Street Cleveland,.Ohio. Terms�?81.50 to $2.00, according to room. Clerks tii0s. H. Case l. Golder 52yl Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. To beat the world for Low agents a Price _ a Jhan Home and strongly bound photograph album 8.h x Luji thursday May 17, 1888. Office in Hummel Block East High St., second floor. Abed Plch pm graph i. A Flo a embossed padded sides Gold edges Extension Clamp. Holding 38 pages Cabinet and card pictures sent Tor tl.00, retails for 92.25. Illustrated circulars ebb above and a a met Fine styles Forshee do Al emails Cincinnati Ohio population new Philadelphia 4,500 a a the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following Kates one year. Cash in Advance �?.$1 00 if not paid within six months.1 50 a a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A so address All matter intended for publication. To the turns. The a a pug poodle the Ohio Democrat tries to criticise an article in the times last week in grammatical construction and orthography. The poodle in his attempt failed to spell the word inferior and spelled it in another squib concerning the Junks letter he wanted to use the word credentials but instead said 44 now poodle you Are a Fine specimen a Pup critic indeed. You Are even jealous because we said a Good word for Hon. J. W. Owens. You say Quot the editor the times can find no support sympathy for his debased methods in Hon. John w. Owens for the reason that Captain Owens is a we Are glad that he is a Democrat but As much cannot be said your Potcner . Poodle. The editor the times is not courting favors and is Well satisfied now that a Democrat will represent the 16th congressional District in the future. Now you Little idiotic poodle we Are really sorry that the Junkins letter stirred up your filthy Little carcass so much and which letter was published at the request unkind without comment. It was intended to be read by fair minded citizens who Are willing to look at both sides the Tariff question and not for so narrow minded a thing As the one that edits the concern called theato Democrat and which doubtless would have refused to publish it. We think a paper having published the Junkins letter in fairness to the Wool grower has at least a9 Good a for its claim As a democratic paper As one that has persistently supported the Champion National Banks and a Man who is regarded As an anti administrate most by the people his District. Now you Little poodle it will be in order for you to say that the Quot Skunk Skinner is a liar this Point but go to the Plain dealer and other papers for authority. The evidence was Given in speeches and resolutions at Coshocton notwithstanding the assertions the lying Little poodle the Ohio Democrat to the contrary. Little happenings. Albums last week in writing up the convention we gave what we supposed would be the last reference by us to the congressional struggle. But the Low flings the degraded thing in charge the Ohio Democrat has caused us to notice the cur once More. Our version it we Are satisfied was in Harmony with the views the majority the democracy the District. We missed it in one thing Only and that was wholly unintentional that was in giving the order in which the last ballot was cast. Coshocton voted last instead being the first to vote for . Owens but nevertheless was As great a Factor in nominating . Owens As though Coshocton had been first. Or. Forbes had the Hearty support his delegation and every movement in opposition to Wilkins had his approval. It is very cold Comfort for Wilkins friends to claim that . Forbes was trapped for his actions clearly showed that any other candidate except Wilkins could have his support. The purchasable newspaper organs May claim otherwise but their motive is apparent. The regrets from Washington which were written up by George Gilliland correspondent to the enquirer who is also clerk Beriah a banking and currency committee affords but Little Comfort. But it is right that the wounded hearts find some Comfort. The abuse Federal patronage has been rebuked by the sixteenth congressional District. Civil service Reform had been wholly ignored and in violation the presidents wishes pension agents postal clerks Post office inspectors and All other appointees were used As personal agents for the Boss. While we claim no credit for the defeat Bossis we can rejoice with those who rejoice but do not mourn with poor Merrick. Those democratic congressmen who have been voting the Tariff question As they pleased without regard to the wishes and interests their constituents Are receiving gentle reminders in the shape retirement from office. There Are a few More congressmen this kind who will soon be reached and the notice served those that have been left will ought to be sufficient notice that their turn will come dealer. The official crop report the Ohio state Board agriculture based the returns Over 1,000 regular township correspondents say that the May estimate shows a decline thirteen Points in comparison with that March 1st, wheat. This is caused by the drouth which has prevailed Over the greater part the state. In some counties More than half the wheat was slowed up and sown to Oats. In the county convention held at Toledo the other Day the Hurd delegation was victorious and sent a delegation to the state convention but Hurd was Defeated for Congress account his Tariff views and he is now a Lively Corpse. The Tariff question has undergone quite a change in Ohio in the past year. _ the vote local option for Goshen township will be cast the 25th inst. Rev. D. W. Sprinkle Ashland o., will deliver a lecture in Eagle Hall this evening. Subject prison life. Judge Owen the Ohio supreme Bench positively declines to be a Candy Date for re election because he wants to retire from business. He is the Only democratic member. John l. Critch Field Holmes is prominently spoken a suitable candidate. Post office hours the 30th inst. Will be from 7 to 8 30 a. M., and from 11 30 to 12 30 p. M., and from 4 to 5 p. The Wheeling amp Lake Erie Railroad is to be built through to the Ohio River by Way Hopedale. Work has commenced. The stockholders the c. Amp c. R y elected their officers last week. The net earning the Road is 1120,000 for the past year. Cincinnati authorities have a Tough time it trying to enforce the sunday Law against the saloons. They Are nearly All kept open As usual. The tally Sheet cases Are again to be tried. The trial Allen Meyers is set for the 24th May the Case r. B. Montgomery is set for May 30th. The Stark county Democrat edited by Mcgregor has been purchased by a Stock company at $50,000. Or. Mcgregor retires after forty years service. J. C. Joss at it again not out business but into it deeper than Ever. Pianos organs sewing machines watches clocks and jewelry 41 West High St. Now is the time to do effective work for the i. N. Amp c. Railroad. The vote As to issuing the Bonds for $10,000, will be taken the 25th. See that the friends the Road Are at the polls. A Michigan Man drops Cal tendency has been relieved a ton and a Quarter superfluous water although it required 134 tapping to do it and he is still Quot the delegates to the St. Louis convention will be As a unit for Cleveland. The Ohio delegation will be divided vice president but general John c. Black will have a majority them. Or. George Taylor j. W. Burry and wife mrs. Wilson Laura Rayburg mrs. Coventry . Chas. Bartles and others took advantage the excursion rates to Cleveland tuesday. Or. Glatfelter fish and game Warden this county placed in the Tuscarawas River Between sixty and seventy thousand Young Salmon and soon the average lad can commence Quot digging for the Telephone wires Are now being it it up in our town which makes it look somewhat Cit fied. It costs $50 per year to each office person using the Telephone. This seems very dear and not Many can afford it. For Sale Exchange a business room and Stock general merchandise in a Good business town 600 inhabitants in a Rich Community in Tuscarawas county. Stock will invoice $3,000. Information can be had at the times fice. _ for Sale Exchange for land in Tuscarawas county a Nice clean Stock merchandise dry goods and groceries in a Good business town 1500 inhabitants in Tuscarawas county will invoice five six thousand dollars. For information write the times office. Newark Ohio is considering the advisability building an electric railway from that City to Granville seven Miles Distant. The same electric Plant that is used to run the cars will Light the town and furnish Power for factories. Such scheme if carried out would give Newark and Granville a Boom. It is in violation Law to sell cigars cigarette tobacco to minors under 15 years age. The following is the Bill Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the general Assembly the state Ohio that whoever Sells gives furnishes to any minor under fifteen years age any cigarette Cigar tobacco shall be fined not less than $5 nor More than $25, imprisoned not More than 30 Days both. Sec. 2. This act shall take effect its passage. W. Burdick who was employed by j. A. Radebaugh to take charge his music store in this City proved to be a Rascal. He got the better . Radebaugh and run Bills at various places in town and borrowed Money by making false statements. Or. Radebaugh Quot got to him just in time to save himself from losing considerable More Money than he did. He dismissed the Skunk and he left first train for new York. Personal mention. Beriah a pug poodle Pup. R. Horning and wife new Philadelphia were guests a. 8. Rippeth Over Valley times. Chas. Harmon and miss Mary Winch new Philadelphia Sun Dayed with friends in this Valley Tim. Mrs. H. E. Epenschied and son Curtis left saturday to spend a week with her sister mrs. A. H. Hoffman and friends at Baltic. Prof. C. C. Forney and wife left tuesday morning for Cleveland for a few Days visit in that City and the prof. Will return Home by Way Pittsburg. _ mrs Battershell accompanied the family mrs. Miller who died so suddenly in this pity last monday to Shanesville to attend the funeral that lady. _ miss Alice Hays near Harrisburg pa., and room mate miss Laura Ken Nedy at Wooster University spent a few Days the past week visiting miss Laura in this place. Beriah a Quot pug poodle has been trying to make a display his wit which he possesses As much As a hog does by writing scurrilous articles to the Zanesville signal reputable citizens Licking county. One the gentlemen he attempted to a do up is connected with the Newark american who this week gives a very proper diagnosis the thing that edits the Ohio Democrat which we give below from the Newark american. Quot one the Peculiar things about the convention was a some thing they called 4 Merrick a 4 Derrick a we hardly know which but in his own opinion he was a sort Derrick a thought to had the congressional nomination to carry around but he Hadnot now Merrick is an amusing sort a cuss. If you look at him from the front he looks like a poodle wearing Eye glasses. If you look at him from the rear you would think him a Cross Between an English Bull and a water Spaniel. Or. Merrick has a head him but the greater part it is the swell and very Little head. He imagines he is the real combination in journalism Joe pulitzer and Allen Myers. Of course he Hasni to won the shadows Shadow the former a ability although he would discount him looks. He has the innate cuss Edness Myers but he Hasni to the ability to get it to the surface. Now probably our readers would like to know who this kid is. Well he a the fellow that Briar picked up Down Here in Zanesville and put the Ohio Democrat at new Philadelphia. Of course this gave the youngster a second growth and any one knows what effect this has. Derrick has much to say the Way he is educating the Fellows Down in Tuscarawas. He does it the sly and in that manner which would Lead one to see that he intends soon to own the county and have a Fence around it. Now Derrick thought the responsibility Beriah a getting there devolved upon him and the Way he ran in and out Back and Forth reminded one a yearling calf with the Wolf in the Tail. Of course whenever any one got sight this kid and Learned that he was one Beriah a discoveries his jaw would drop and he would lose All Confidence in the cause the Blue eyed congressman. Now As we have said elsewhere this fellow once lived in Muski Ngum county and As soon As he left it the county went democratic we fully expect now that he has gone to Tuscarawas that that county will soon be Republican. He seems to have the Back action any thing he tackles and in that Way Beriah a defeat can be accounted for. Quot course this kid will know enough to keep out sight when he gets older and the moisture behind his auricular appendages becomes less apparent. Well Merrick Felt very badly when Owens was nominated after being put to bed at the Mcdonald he awakened and stuck his hand out the window to feel if it was Daylight. Such is Merrick but lord Only knows who he May what beat Beriah. The democrats the 8ixteenth District like Wilkins but they arb the Side Tariff re form. Millersburg May 13. The Coshocton convention is now a thing the past and its results known to All men. Or. Wilkins has been beaten and the reasons for this result Are apparent. Your correspondent was the ground at Coshocton and in conversation with delegates the fact was incontrovertible that his wavering actions toward Cleveland and his Tariff policy raised the question the expediency his nomination in the minds a Large majority the delegates to that convention. While they had the warmest feelings towards . Wilkins and All that sort thing they were at that convention As democrats and to carry out democratic principles As out ined in the presidents message. They were not there to adopt the platform they did and then place a Man thereon who at least gave Strong reasons to the delegates for saying that he was not in full Accord with the chief magistrate this nation the great question that will confront the american people this year. The democracy have a right to demand the unadulterated article in time political warfare. The platform adopted at Coshocton suits the democracy this county to a Dot and the nominee must tune his fiddle to the key therein they will know the reason for it. The nomination . Owens seems to meet with satisfaction Here. The delegates came Home much disappointed at not receiving the nomination for their candidate but they will do As they always have done for the nominee Only they will watch closely his speeches the Tariff question and they demand that he be squarely with the president and the majority the lower House Congress that dealer. Shanesville. What alls Johns Boom. . Louis Globe Democrat rep. The Globe Democrat has at no time said believed that John Sherman ought not to be nominated at Chicago. On the contrary we said a year ago that Sherman would be the hardest Man to nominate and the easiest Man to elect while Blaine would be the easiest Man to nominate and the hardest Man to elect. We still adhere to this opinion. Sherman a nomination seems More difficult now than it Ever was. There is no heart behind the support which is Given to him. That a what a the matter with the Boom. Cleveland course. The majority Sugarcreek township democrats Are pleased that the wily Benah has been nominated to stay at Home and superintend the building his new House in Washington d. C. House cleaning is now in fashion and adjusting old stove pipe draws heavily the Christian forbearance the average Pater families. De. Baker who formerly kept a Small grocery store Here removed his goods Down to the station and will there engage in general merchandising in d. W. Yoders new Brick. If nothing befalls the fruit Shanes Ville and Vicinity will have a most abundant crop cherries apples pears peaches Etc. Come and see us. Our enterprising dry goods and clothing merchants messes. Miller Hershberger amp Walter have a big Supply goods hand. They run one the largest general stores in the county. The old democratic stand by . Jesse Winklepleck is stiffened up with rheumatism but he manages to Call around to see his neighbors. Or. W. Is one the most genial men in the county and his Home one the pleasantest. At a recent meeting the school Board h. A. Richardson and Lizzie Harisberger were re elected and miss Kittie Haskins will take the place miss Belle Shawver. The ea9t Shanesville school will be handled the coming Winter by u. G. Hostetler and miss Cora Strome which will insure them a splendid school. Peter Goeler just returned from Cleveland with a Fine assortment clothing and is Selling them like 44 hot the boys and sometimes men Are in the habit playing Ball the Public Square. This is dangerous and if persisted in some serious Accident will result. Saturday afternoon a fire was discovered in the roof Mike Schotts paint shop but the department turned out and soon extinguished the flames. Andy Strauss is going to housekeeping in the Aegeter House opposite . Schwartz residence. Daniel Baltzly an old citizen this township fell from a Wagon May 1st, sustaining injuries which resulted fatally the 11th. He was buried Here sunday the 13th. Preparations Are being made for decoration ceremonies the 26th inst. See you later. Quantrell a raiders. Married. A very pleasant wedding party came to new Philadelphia tuesday May 15th, from Sherrodsville consisting . Isaac Stephenson . John Malley . We. Lynch misses Lizzie Lynch Annie Moss and Ruth Stephenson. After dining sumptuously at one our Many excellent hotels they drove to the m. E. Parsonage where the Rev. W. J. Wilson performed the ceremony that made miss Ruth Stephenson mrs. William Lynch. The party then returned by Carriage to Sherrodsville. Or. I. Mitchell this City left Friday last for Danville Indiana. The doctor has concluded to take unto himself a wife. Therefore the attraction at Danville will soon be added to the social Eircle at new Philadelphia. Yesterday morning wednesday . I. Mitchell was United in marriage to miss Anna Cash an amiable and accomplished Young lady. There were but a few the intimate friends either Side present to witness the ceremony. They will return in a few Days to this place and remain Here permanently. The doctor is a first class dentist and Success will Doub Tiese Crown his efforts. We wish them All the happiness and Prosperity this world affords. Blaines popularity not 90 great in California. Special to the enquirer. San Francisco May 12. Cleveland course will be nominated by the democrats and Blaine doubtless by the republicans. I can to see How Cleveland can fail to be elected. Blaines popularity even in this state is not by any Means As great As it was. E. R. Hearst editor san Francisco examiner. Blinky Morgan is playing lawyer re viewing the testimony and sending it to attorney general Watson. Obituary. Mrs. W. Miller this City dropped dead monday morning about nine clock. She was in usual health and her sudden death came wholly unexpected and was a very severe Shock to the family. Or. Miller moved his family from Shanesville to this place Early m the Spring and has been operating the steam Mill m the North part the town. Her remains were taken to Shanesville for burial. Mrs. Miller was a highly respected lady and her Many friends will be pained to learn her death. The grand jury Portage county has indicted Bill Powell for the murder detective Hulligan the testimony detective Norris. Powell is a Pittsburg Tough now a Chain gang in Georgia. Norris claims that Coughlin and Robinson had nothing to do with the assault but that Morgan Powell Hanley and Billy Harrington Are the four men that rescued Mcmunn. Hanley and Harrington sold the furs for $2,500 and skipped out leaving the rest in the lurch. Powell is a Pittsburgh Tough and was formerly employed the Cleveland amp Pittsburg Railroad As a brakeman. Robinsons Case will probably be chronicle. A terrible Railroad Accident occurred the Santa be railway the 13th inst., near Fountain Colorado. As the express train came in and was standing opposite an open switch a caboose and several freight cars became detached from the train the switch and being Down Grade ran with great Force into the express train exploding the freight car that was loaded with naphtha causing the flames to spread to other cars and to loaded with powder exploding them which completely demolished the depot and several other build Inga killing three persons and injuring Many others. A reunion the 8urvivino members that murderous band guerillas. . Louis mo., May 11. Sixteen Quantrell sold band guerillas held a reunion at Blue Springs mo., to Day. When the Roll was called it was Learned that but seventeen More the band than those present Are living among them the famous Frank James. Mrs. Caroline Quantrell the Mother the bloody chief and now a resident canal Dover o., was present and answered for her son. W. W. Scott editor the Iron Valley reporter canal Dover accompanied her with a View to gathering material for a startling history. In this visit he had plenty Opportunity for the men spoke their bloody murders and fiendish crimes without the slightest hesitation and As some particularly atrocious plot was unravelled by a Good narrator a voice would break in with a correction corroboration. W. H. Gregg inde Penzance mo., the first lieutenant the gang was the highest officer present and aided in Many reminiscences. The War was waged Over in All its bloody fury and fiendish cruelty and the grizzly haired men rivalled each other in their awful stories. This is the first reunion the terrible outlaws Over Twenty years ago that has taken place since Quantrell a death in the Sisters Hospital at Louisville ky., june 6th, 1865. All the survivors the band live in Missouri excepting who reside in Texas one in Colorado and one in dealer. Corpses in the House. A Man keeps the bodies his children fifteen years without burial. Vanceburg ky., May 13. Perhaps one the strangest burials in history occurred wednesday at Sandy Springs across the River. Three children a. J. Scott Rome o., were placed in one grave. Two the bodies had been corpses fifteen years. In All that time they have never been in a grave. Seventeen years ago a son Scott who then lived near Portsmouth died. Being about to move and not wishing to leave the body behind Scott embalmed it with a preparation his own and placed it in a coffin and took it along. It was not buried for some reason. Two years later another child died and was treated the same Way. Scott moved about from place to place All these years carrying the bodies along. They had become dry looked like mummies and were kept with sacred care by the family and not Many people knew the ghastly secrets. Six weeks ago a third child died and was embalmed. Having resolved to locate permanently at Rome he decided to Bury the children at Sandy Springs. There was a Large attendance. The family seemed As grief stricken As if the deaths had ust occurred. They Are intelligent highly respectable and not Cranks. Train robbed and four men killed. The Mississippi River has broken through the Sny levee near Louisiana mo., converting the Broad Valley for tile land into a Lake to the extent 500,000 acres destroying All the wheat and Corn crop which looked exceedingly Well. At Hannibal mo., the water a Over All the lower part the City Davenport Iowa is partially inundated the dam Hamlin River at Ludington Michigan gave Way carrying Twenty three dwellings out into Lake Michigan i would sooner be noticed by a Foo than not noticed at All. But then it is aristocratic to be noticed by a 44 pug Tayyur. Six mexican bandits made a raid the passenger train the Sonora Ray 12 Miles South Nogales Arizona the 12 inst. Just As the train stopped at Aqua Zara siding to take Wood the robbers fired and fireman forbs fell dead and Engineer James Gray jumped through the cab window and secreted himself under the engine. The robbers immediately after firing the Engineer made for the express car and shot Ike Hay the messenger. Conductor Lewis Atkinson who was m the baggage car started out and was shot just As he stepped out the car door. W. Ii. French a passenger was also shot. The passengers were covered with guns As Well As the guards that go with each train. Mexican customs line guards who were stationed half a mile North the station heard the firing put in an appearance and the robbers fled getting Only $130 in Money. A x>88e is in hot Pursuit but will not Likely overtake them. Train robbery is becoming a past time in Mexico and in the states and territories adjoining. Don t 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 bismark and the Morocco affair. Fort Mcdowell a. T., May 8. Or. last letter i wrote you was mainly one topic reptiles. This time i will try and give you something different indians there Are a great Many them Here and there Are As Many As ten and fifteen in the x>8t every Day Lazy dirty sleepy looking indians but show them a Dollar and Tell them to do something to earn it and they Are very Lively. At this time the year they make considerable Money Selling oils water jars a sort Jar made Clay Burnt hard and almost Oval in shape different sizes from a pint measure to an eight gallon Jar they Are indispensable in this country in summer for Cooling water that being the Only purpose they can be used for. The Olla is suspended in a sort Basket Iron hoops from a Rafter beneath the porch in the open air then filled with water generally in the evening and allowed to hang during the night when by morning it will be almost ice cold and will remain so during the Day. you see that even when it is 120� fahrenheit we can step out under the porch and take a Cool drink water and still not ice water. If it was not for the Olla we would be completely out Luck Down Here for without them there is no Way getting a Cool drink As even the water in the pipes running through the Post is hot. Another article the indians have for Sale is a Basket made Reeds gathered along the River Banks made by the squaws Are very Strong and can be used for holding water As a Flower pot As a lady a work Basket they Are fantastically coloured and make quite an ornament for the Centre table. One thing in particular the indians Are noted for that is they Are always sure to ask a Good Price for any thing they sell and it is no use to try and jew them Down for they will bring up the same Olla Basket whatever they have for Sale a dozen times before they will sell it for five cents less than they first asked for it. In dress they Are not so particular any thing from a pair Soldier 5ant8 to a silk plug hat is Good enough for them. One thing they Are struck that is Fine shirts and i believe the shirts Are stuck them for it is nothing for them to Wear one six months. Rattlesnakes. Dangerous food adulteration. The fraudulent use Alum and Lime in cheap baking powders. London May 13. A dispatch from Gibraltar concerning the settlement the dispute Between the United states and Morocco says after the withdrawal the claims for a Money indemnity an apology was tendered to the american Consul and orders were Given for the immediate release the persons whose arrest gave Rise to the trouble. The St. James a Ette ays that the settlement the dispute Between the United states and Morocco was due to Prince bismark a sending a private commission to the Sultan. The emperor Germany is gradually nearing the last and the anxiety caused thereby increases because the situation in regard to the bulgarian question. In Case War Germany England and Austria will be Allied together while France and Russia will doubtless be arrayed the other Side. Tennessee instructs c. E. Stanley Chattanooga and w. N. Hoge Athens delegates to the Chicago convention to vote for Blaine. It looks now As though the friends Blaine will give Sherman a owe Chase. From Arizona. The circuit court. Proceedings. May term. Mary Swank v Henry Rice error judgment affirmed Case remanded to court. Simon Kline v Isaac Miller Appeal finding for plaintiff judgment and decree accordingly. Daniel Huffman v Eliza Eckert Appeal by agreement judgment and decree for plaintiff $1,262.53. John Edie v Mary a. Edie it Al Appeal continued for settlement. Fred Weber v David p. Sparks Appeal decree for plaintiff. Zebulon p Sparks v William Wingate error judgment in common pleas reversed the ground overruling motion for new trial upon newly discovered evidence. City Bank new Philadelphia v a Biglar administrator Christian Bigler error judgment common pleas affirmed. Remus r. Gartril v John r Gartrell administrator Catharine Snyder error judgment common pleas affirmed. Hudson e. Willard it Al v John n. Miller error judgment common pleas affirmed. Assignment criminal docket. Special election. 03 609 645 tuesday May 15. Ohio v Lewis Sanders. Thursday May 17. Ohio v Benjamin Sanders forgery. Friday May 18. Ohio v Benjamin Sanders shooting. Monday May 21. 755�?Ohio v Benjamin Sanders burglary. Wednesday May 23. 755�?Ohio v George Sanders burglary. Thursday May 24. 756�?Ohio v Benjamin Sanders larceny. Mormonism in Georgia. If Consumers prefer to buy an adulterated article food because it can be had at a lower Price they undoubtedly Nave the right to do so provided the adulterants Are not a character injurious to health. If such articles Are not falsely sold As pure and the customer is not deceived As to their real character the transaction is not illegitimate. But the great danger in the traffic in adulterated food arises from the deception that is practice by manufacturers usually classing such goods As pure. His is almost invariably done when the adulterants is one that is injurious to health. For instance manufacturers Alum and Lime baking powders not Only fail to inform the Public the real character their goods but carefully conceal the fact that they Are made from these poisonous articles. Most these manufacturers also claim that their articles Are pure and wholesome while some go still further and proclaim boldly that they Are Cream tartar goods even the genuine Royal baking powder itself. No consumer will buy Alum baking powder knowingly for it is Well understood that they Are detrimental to health. The Sale Lime and Alum baking powders As pure and wholesome articles is therefore criminal and is satisfactory to notice that several persons engaged in such Sale have already been brought to Justice in the courts. The official analysts have recently been Active in the Pursuit these dishonest articles. The baking powders several states have been carefully and critically examined. The officials Are surprised at the amount Lime and Alum goods found. It is a suggestive fact that no baking powder except the Royal has been found without either Lime Alum and Many contain both. Or. Price s baking powder has been found to contain nearly 12 per cent Lime Cleveland a 11 per cent impurities the phosphate powders Over 12 per cent Lime. The chief service Lime is to add weight. It is True that Lime when subjected to heat gives off a certain amount carbonic acid but a quicklime is left a caustic most powerful nature. A Small Quantity dry Lime upon the Tongue in the Eye produces painful effects How much More serious must these effects be the delicate membranes the stomach intestines and kidneys More particularly infants and children and especially when the Lime is taken into the system Day after Day and with almost every meal. This is said by physicians to be one the causes indigestion dyspepsia and those painful diseases now so prevalent. Adulteration with Lime is quite As much to be dreaded As with Alum which has heretofore received the most emphatic condemnation from food analysts physicians and chemists for the reason that while Alum May be partially dissolved by the heat baking it is impossible to destroy change the nature the Lime so that the entire amount in the baking powder passes with its injurious properties into the stomach. The Large profits from the manufacture Lime and Alum baking powders has placed Many them in the Market. They Are to be found in the Stock almost every retail dealer and Are urged upon customers calling for baking powders upon All occasions because their Well known detrimental character it is desirable that prompt Means be taken to suppress their manufacture. Pure baking powders Are one the chief aids to the Cook in preparing per feet and wholesome food. While those Are to be obtained Well established reputation like the Royal o \ whose purity there has never been a question it is proper to avoid All others Augusta ga., May 13. The mormon problem in this City has reached proportions which make it pressing for solution. There Are now in this City one Hundred and Lifty mormons who Are now taking Steps for their organization As a local congregation. The elders preach now in the houses their members but their membership is growing so Large that they propose building a Church for regular services. Their converts Are carried to Grovetown for baptism. A household once committed to the tenets the Faith the elders begin their pastoral work in the family and it is said they see visions and have spiritual communications by the authority which they take the privileges not sanctioned by the Laws this state and country. A Case was reported to Day in which prominent convert had a vision in which he was commanded to take up the marriage relation with three Sisters who have recently joined the band. It is the discovery that they have made up their minds to remain Here and grow up with the country that has alarmed the citizens. W. Howard Curtis Baptist Church g. W. Montgomery Kollock Street Baptist Church and we. Phillips Asbury methodist Church unite in a card to the Public in which they say 44 at Kollock Street Baptist Church last thursday a half dozen were turned out for joining the mormons. They go up to Grovetown to baptize their deluded converts and More than fifty have been baptized from this City. In Dublin they have preaching every sunday. When a pretended religious set tramps Are invading the sacred precincts our churches and the quiet family circles the innocent and unsuspecting Labouring classes religious toleration ceases to be virtue. We Call upon our ministers to expose the sophistry and fraud these false teachers and our citizens Young and old All classes and denominations to stamp out this foul blot upon our . Free lectures. 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 Winch 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 hearing interest at 6 per cent per annul payable Semi annually and to become duo in ten years and will Levy a tax upon the taxable property said township not exceeding one Mill the Dollar each year until said roads 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 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 it it Way for Railroad yes a and those opposed thereto shall have written printed their ballots Quot right ii Way for rail roads to a As provided in the act the general Assembly the state Ohio passed and took effect february 20th, 188, entitled 44 an act to authorize townships having a population at the last census in 1880, and which at in by 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 Fyk kit. Groff James s. Minnis Georoe Welty trustees dated May 7, 1888. A Totice is hereby Oiven to the v Al Allied electors Goshen township Tuscarawas county it it Hio that a special election will he held at the usual places holding elections in said township the 25th Clay May 1838, 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 in 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,44 right Way for and those opposed thereto shall have written printed their ballots 44 right Way for Fred. Groff James s. inn is George Welty trustees. Dated May 7, 1888. Real estate for Sale saturday evening May 19th, sunday afternoon and evening May 20th, at City Hall canal shiver by John e. Remsberg the valiant Champion free thought. Or. Remsberg has the reputation being one the finest orators and deepest and most analytic thinkers the Public to Day. The subjects Are saturday evening Quot false claims a sunday afternoon a Sabbath breaking a sunday evening,44 Thomas every body should hear them. Go West. No portion the United states today offers As Many opportunities for making Money As can be found at great Falls Montana and the reservation just opened in business mining Stock raising farming. Rates maps and particulars will be furnished by c. 11. Warren Gen. Pass. Agent St. P. By St. Paul Minn. 20w4<ow 11. E. Espenschied jeweler West High Street new Philadelphia it next door to Mathias amp Williams store dealer in watches clocks jewelry Silver Ware castors spectacles violin and guitar strings accordions Mouth Hari Yonikas violins and guitars. Repairing a specially watches clocks and jewelry. Call and see me. 21 w4 Patrick Henry read. A dear sir messes Brown Gerber amp co., in reply to your inquiry desire to say that they done All in their Power to Lay out your master Beriah. Being modest they Are satisfied to have the purchasable element in Beriah a crowd Confer honors upon them that they do not claim. Messes. Brown Gerber so co. Excursion rates. A very Complete list tourist round trip rates and routes to Western Points for 1888, has just been issued for free distribution by c. H. Warren Gen. Pas. Agent St. P. Amp m. By St. Paul. 20w6 the new Philadelphia steam carpet Washer is in operation. Carpets called for and delivered. 18w6 w. B. Winch. West Virginia buckwheat seed for Sale at John Kaderly a. 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 in Philadelphia and 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. Re a min attorney at Law. Office in Mcclean Block Southwest Corner Public Square new Philadelphia Ohio. Of Renews her youth. Mrs. L to he Chesley Peterson Clay county Iowa tells the following remarkable Story the truth Winch is vouched for by the residence the town 4 i am 73 years old have been troubled with kidney complaint and lameness for Many years could not dress myself without help. Now 1 am free from All pain and soreness and am Able to do All my own housework. I owe my thanks to electric bitter. For having renewed my youth and removed completely All disease and try a bottle Only 50c at Millers drug store. F. C. Miller a son. The Spicer manufacturing company new Philadelphia Successors to English a Dixon manufacturers improved Hay Tedders Spring tooth harrows Etc. kinds repairing done Short notice in a first Elus. Manner at reasonable figures. Manufacturing any kind pattern work in Wood Iron and brass promptly attended to. Pipe and fittings pump cylinders Etc. The highest Market Price paid for old cast Metal excepting stove plate grate bars any burned Iron. Utby please give us a Call. 20w4 the undersigned hereby announces to the Public that he Sells first class fruit Trees the Best varieties All grafted add budded fruit. Also new varieties that have been lately introduced and found reliable. Evergreen.-, Maple Trees shrubbery Ali kind.-, climbing vines Small fruits grapes All kinds. Greenhouse plants and Flowers. Anything you wish for in my Lino you can obtain me for one half the Price usually asked by agents. I cordially ask you to patronize your Home nurseryman and Florist. Daniel Wyss. New Philadelphia Jan. 26. 5m6 three farms in Montgomery county kansas�?4u0 acres in ally will Trade for a Good Stock merchandise Price $6,000. Address lock Box 884, Independence Kas. 17tf Railroad Electon the 25th instant

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