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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - May 30, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill heals posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. Spank. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1y r. One Inch. 9 1 00 9 2 00 $3 00 s it 00 three inches. 2 00 it 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 half column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices. Ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday May 30, 1889. Number 23. Business directory. Prances Romig attorney at Law and notary pubic. Office n the Mclane Block new Philadelphia. Ohio. John w. Nix a m. D., physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Tinker. 51yl p f. T Eric House painting paper hanging White washing and Ca Cimin lug neatly done and work guaranteed at reasonable prices. Leave orders at Walton Ackey a shoe store new Philadelphia Ohio. March 2s. 1x89. Hm6 p c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building. South Broadway. Residence two doors South 0 a p depot. 49 John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47yl j ii. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Camuel Rev attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. Ail professional business entrusted to Bis care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second Lionor. A fi"1 i the instalment plan by Lvi rail 1 Bich you can sell our popular books payments savings a cents a week will insure you Twenty Titus As Many sales As Cash deliveries without fail. W Ritt immediately for particulars. Address incl l a 19 bl1sh1 no company. Cincin to 4 vtrn7tl Nati. It it Nio it in 1 Roll May 16, m6 p. Everharty a �3�?o new ��,58rlivery amp feed stable . The very Best horses. Carriages and Sample wagons can now be had promptly at the lowest rates. Office and stable near the it it. Depot. May 2, 1889. B�?~>1 Babcock Hurd amp co., wholesale grocers 106 amp 108 water St., Cleveland. P. Ii. Babcock. Ii. Hurd jr., Babcock. Ii. A. Bishop Mcclo Lland Hurd wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co., limited new York for the Sale their celebrated Alaroma and Bun Ltd la brands roasted Coffee. 24yl the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. J. Murray proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms. Table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the ears. Good livery in connection with the House. 45yl Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt theum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and nil skin eruptions and positively cures piles no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller a son. 6y2 co to Montana via the St. Paul Minneapolis and Manitoba Ray. A magnificent daily train service a a the Montana will be inaugurated november 10, 1888. Elegant dining cars drawing room sleepers handsome Day coaches a and free colonist sleepers with Kitchen and lavatory. The Only line to the three great cities Montana for maps and general information inquire your own ticket f. I. Whitney. Gene a Pas. And Tkv tags to St. Paul Minnesota. 33 100 ladies wanted and 100 men to Call any druggist for a free trial package lane�?T3 family Medicine the great Root and Herb remedy discovered by . Silas Lane while in the Rocky mountains. For disease the blood liver and kidneys it is a positive cure. For constipation and Clearing up the complexion it docs wonders. Children like it. Everyone praises it. Large size package 50 cents at All druggists. Til nov. For Sale client. Farm 91 acres situated in Rush township within three Miles two railroads Good new House and other buildings Well improved. Also 50 acres Good Hill land situated within two Miles . For further information Call w. Ii. A Westhafer Tracy Tuscarawas co., I4tf for Sale. A farm Twenty acres situated in Rush township eight acres cleared and remainder in Timber. Lays Well and is Good soil. It is known As the Rufus Walton tract. For further information inquire the owner Norman Rupert. Mud run Valley. Houses for Sal. A number desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from �500 to �8000. Enquire at times office. A parisian circus presents the spectacle a fortified Harbor in which a naval engagement takes place. The miniature vessels Are Man Vered and the guns fired from behind the scenes by Means electrical Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday May 30, 1889. Hummel Bloch second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 a the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.#1.00 if not paid within three mods 1-50 a Kir remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Our nominees. Messes. Ii. Troendly and e. R. Benfer the parties nominated for representatives Are both Good representative men and democrats. Or. Troendly is a school teacher and Farmer in Bucks township and is a Man Good qualifications and sound judgment and will make an excellent legislator. He is entitled to a Hearty support from the party both account his ability and the fact that Bucks township has always stood to the front in giving democratic majorities and had nothing in the Way office for Many years. Or. Benfer is also a Farmer and Well informed in matters generally and has always Laboured for the interests the party though several times Defeated for the nomination lie is a Good talker and Well Able to look after the interests his constituents. Let both men have the full party vote this fall. There is a u. S. Senator to elect the coming session and a few votes is a very important matter. Or. Forney our nominee for treasurer is a citizen new Philadelphia and a Man High literary attainments and a Good business Man. He has served the party faithfully and spent his time and Money in the interest the ticket and merits every democratic vote in the county. The taxpayers will find Chris very genial and accommodating and we feel confident he will poll 1,000 majority next fall. The next Man the list is . P. Goeler the nominee for sheriff. Or. Go Der is Well known throughout the county As a thorough Democrat and who came so near making the nomination four years ago. He is a Man also excellent ability a genial whole souled fellow and a Good citizen and will fill the office sheriff with credit to himself and to the county. There is no reason Why . Goeler should not receive every democratic vote in the county and will stand among the Foremost the ticket. He has hosts friends who rejoice at his nomination. He is a resident Sugarcreek township which can always he relied for a full democratic vote. Or. E. B. Westhafer Rush township is to be the next member the Board commissioners. He is one the old line democrats who has Laboured Long and faithfully for his party and after one two defeats for the nomination is now justly rewarded for his party services. Or. Westha Feris a prosperous Farmer and a careful business Man and one whom the taxpayers can rely As a Safe person to hold so important a position As that commissioner having control the financial management the county to a great extent. . Is fully aware the responsibility that office and has the ability honesty and integrity to fill it. Tuscarawas county will give him a rousing majority. Or. Delong our infirmary director who was renominated has already proved himself a faithful servant the people and is highly acceptable to every one. Or. Ii. I it. Keffer has heretofore done Good work As a member the Board equalization and the same duty was again reposed in him so far As the endorsement this county goes. Will Holt Campbell. Nominate Wallace a Cal incl secure n United democratic support for the ticket. The Herald has seen fit to criticise James e. Campbell for acting with the republicans in Congress and otherwise betraying his party interests. Campbell saw fit to make a personal matter it but our grounds criticism remain the same that lie is not a Democrat nor in sympathy with democratic principles and the proof is a matter official record accessible to All persons. The editor the Herald is personally a Democrat but would prefer by far to vote for and support a straight out honest Republican than a Republican who masquerades in democratic clothing and we believe that there Are Many democrats who will act likewise. If the democracy Ohio have any Wisdom they will nominate men whose democracy is unquestioned whom there Are Many already in the Cedarville Herald. The Early dispatches sent from Here to various papers that Campbell would have nine votes in the Tuscarawas county delegation was a cheap and misleading bit information the Ike Gilill Buck Brady style claiming everything irrespective the facts. Tuscarawas county will cast eight her eleven votes at Dayton for a Democrat that can command the United support the party. We make the prediction. _ a great Many excellent men were before the convention saturday for each office who were Defeated but such has to be the Case. We Hope to see them rewarded in the future. Several them showed great strength their first canvass. The democratic Fence is too High for the republicans this time and they feel chagrined that there is no Chance to make a break. your local advertising in the times. Circulation 56 quires one half larger than any other democratic paper in the county. The governorship. The Effort to forestall the action the democratic state convention by a systematic scheme worked up from Washington City to nominate a Man for governor who Lias not been in thorough sympathy with the most important Tenet the democratic party May not prove so successful As promising now that the democrats throughout Ohio Are becoming enlightened As to the real meaning the a a Boom for governor so Long enjoyed by the gentleman in question. The democrats Ohio Are jealous their rights and Ere now have at their conventions knocked out schemes just As cunningly devised and As finely worked up As this. Particularly Are they averse to dictation from the Junta Washington officials and hangers who every now and then feel called to appoint themselves guardians the Ohio democracy upon the principle that a great party numbering 400,000 Yotes is not Able to attend to its own interests and transact its own business to suit itself. The Gazette first sounded the alarm to the present danger some weeks ago and has since repeated the signal. While other democratic papers equally devoted to the Good cause but More circumspect have not been so bold in their declarations yet there is growing evidence that the democratic press and the democratic people Ohio Are preparing to resent the unwarranted interference the Washington contingent with party affairs in this state. When it is thoroughly understood As it will be by the time tiie convention meets that the claims the Washington candidate Are principally based upon his Lack sympathy with president Cleveland a administration and his opposition to Tariff Reform the Boomers his candidacy May realize that they have undertaken a contract More difficult to carry out than they supposed. There is plenty Good material for governor Ohio among the democrats the state democrats who Are democrats from principle and who would make the fight principle because they believe in the tenets the democratic party. We have already named Many these men and could readily name More a Hundred if necessary any whom would be a winning candidate and a Good it is not necessary at this time when the course events business and political Are shaping themselves to insure democratic Success for the democratic party Ohio to run after false gods to accomplish what can be More readily done by sticking to their own. If it is Ever justifiable expedient to forsake principle for policy that time is not now with the democrats Ohio for policy itself stands squarely by the Side principle. In the past the democracy has sometimes made a fool itself it has also occasionally deliberately gone wrong. But at heart it is honest and there is no Good reason to doubt its Wisdom when a fair test is made. The time is at hand for exhibition both honesty and Wisdom and with full knowledge the Aims the beguiled honesty and Wisdom will be shown. It will not be Long now till the convention and then will the Story be told for Good ill to the cause endorsed last year by a majority 100,000 for Grover Cleveland in the popular Rote the Republic. If at that convention the democrats Ohio Are True to themselves they will have no Cau amp a to fear the result in ill Pasette. The Chi Niiori rail to lie built. Or. Fred. W. Jones has returned from Eastern Ohio where he completed his contract the Wheeling a Lake Erie Extension Between Bowerstown and Scio. This was the first work started the Extension this line Road and the first to be completed although most it was heavy Rock excavation and Channel work. Or. Jones informed the Banner yesterday that the Outlook for the Early construction the Cannon Ball line was never better. It is understood that the capital has been secured for the Purchase the Bonds and the friends this Road need not he surprised to learn at an Early Day that the contract has been let for its Early construction. A it. Vernon Banner. A scrap paper saves her life. It was just an Ordinary scrap wrapping paper but it saved her life. She was in the last stage consumption told by physicians that she was incurable and could live Only a Short time she weighed less than seventy pounds. On a piece wrapping paper she read . Kings new discovery and got a Sample bottle it helped her she bought a Large bottle it helped her More bought another and grew better fast continued its use and is now Strong healthy Rosy plump weighing 140 pounds. For Fuller particulars Send stamp to w. Ii. Cole druggist fort Smith. Trial bottles this wonderful discovery free at f. C. Miller amp son drug store. A West bound train the St. Louis amp san Francisco Road which left St. Louis thursday night last was wrecked at a Point three Miles West Sullivan mo., and sixty eight Miles West St. Louis. Not a passenger escaped unhurt and forty five Are known to have been seriously injured though no deaths Are reported. The train was running at a High rate Speed when suddenly the track gave Way and the locomotive baggage cars and five coaches went Over the embankment. Among the names those injured we notice those . Russell and wife Trenton this county. One . Russells ears was torn off and received a severe Cut the head while his wife was also Cut and bruised about the head. An interesting fact is that one the greatest problems now perplexing scientific men the production heartless Light has been already solved by nature. The Light from a Luminous Beetle a sufficient for Reading a newspaper is shown by the Spectroscope to be All one kind and just the kind for seeing. While the thermopile finds no evidence heat. Yet in All our artificial lights vast quantities fuel Are wasted for useless heat. The weeks doings. Born to . Valentine Frew and wife a son. Born to . And mrs. John Stine Baigh a Little daughter. The recent cold weather culminated in a Sharp Frost thursday morning last though the wet ground prevented any serious damage. That Long mooted question what to do with mothers in Law has at last been solved by a smart Cincinnati Man. Lie married his. Yes he married her. At this writing tuesday no Wool clips have been bought in this Market. But we learn from those interested that prices will Start at from 28 to 30 cents per Pound. If you want Good fresh butter eggs Nice sliced Ham Nice fresh cakes canned goods chickens vegetables in fact anything in the grocery line Call at j. W. Stoody a new store West High St. The matrimonial Market has been unusually Dull the past week Only two licenses being issued Viz Gotleib s. Aebersold and Henrietta ii. Schwartz Henry Stinebaugh and Rosa Geckeler. Rev. J. A. Cook the presbyterian Church delivered an excellent memorial address in the opera House Sabbath morning under the auspices the g. A. R. Post. A Large audience was present. The lower rooms the Chapin Block Are being transformed from ten by Twenty Glass window frames to Large French plate Glass lights which adds much to its appearance and gives it a healthy business cast. A physician says girls in a feeble health should take a tramp through the Woods Fields every we think a tramp would object to being taken through the Woods Fields every Day by girls in feeble health. Little Alida Christy last saturday drank a Small Quantity babbitts Lye which she found in the cupboard in a tin cup. Her Mother discovered her and dashed the cup aside but the child a Mouth was badly burned and she suffered terribly. About the time the nil Benium people will begin to have a faint idea that it Isnit Safe to try to drive across the Railroad track in front an approaching train. Hundreds tombstones Are monuments to the fact that such attempts can Only result in failure. Under the Law a boy girl cannot get a marriage License if under 21 years age without their parents guardians consent but after they Are 16 they May buy and smoke thus legislators consider that boys and girls May lawfully buy misery before they can contract happiness. An attempt was made to Rob the Treasury vault at new Lisbon Columbiana county o., last week but the burglars were frightened away before accomplishing their object. The Post office at the same place was also burglarized the same night the thieves securing but two dollars and a revolver. The Yorktown band will give a Benefit ice Cream festival and platform dance in Ankeny a Grove saturday evening june 8th. Everybody invited to come. Good music in attendance and a very enjoyable time anticipated. The proceeds to go to purchasing uniforms for the band. The Beautiful operetta,.�?ored Riding hoods Rescue a was presented last thursday evening at the opera House to a Large audience. The Semi chorus Blue Bells chorus children and Tableaux and instrumental music merited appreciation which was Given with Hearty approbation. All the actors done Well. _ the really proper Way to serve strawberries nowadays is with the stems . Part a Small Saucer should have a Little Mound powdered sugar poured into it and the other Side the largest and choicest berries obtainable should he heaped up. Each Berry is taken up by the Stem dipped into the sugar and eaten from the fingers. The trial James Ritson Uhrichsville for the murder Archie Twigg a negro in Steubenville last january terminated last week the jury bringing in a verdict manslaughter. Judge Ilance sentenced the prisoner to ten years at hard labor in the Penitentiary. It was a Compromise Case in which leniency was Given the prisoner the part the jurors. Rev. Deal formerly pastor the u. B. Church in this place but lately ortello Nebraska is visiting friends and acquaintances Here this week. He reports the Farmers flourishing in Nebraska. Rev. Deal is now the owner 320 acres Good land and lives his farm lie is also pastor a congregation that he built up himself starting with nine members and has now a Good sized congregation and a �3,000 Church lie Speaks his county As being very healthy. Saved the value a farm. Sellers cough syrup has attained a reputation almost equal to Sellers pills and More could hardly be said any Medicine. The syrup should be kept in every family where there arc children and grown up people find it a most valuable Medicine for coughs cold liars Ness and Throat and lung diseases. The pills Are such a Standard remedy in some parts the country that a family never thinks being without them. Said an old gentleman in Eastern Maryland a Why in be raised my family Sellers spills and i consider them almost essential to a family As bread. In the last thirty years they have saved me enough in doctors Hills to pay for a Star. 6m6 the weeks doings. Vendors impure milk in this state Are now subject to a Fine �100 to �300 and imprisonment. There has been a considerable spirit Home improvement about new Philadelphia this Spring. Send in your orders for Job work to the times office. We can do it quickly neatly and at reasonable prices. The times has a larger circulation than any other democratic paper in the county hence its advantage As an advertising medium is apparent. A san Francisco paper says that men go into the Garden life and Pluck the Sweet Ripe peach while women must stay Back and take the canned goods. Those wanting ilor ses mules wagons and farming implements enquire h. Billett at the steam flour Mill near c. Amp p. Depot. 23tf Wayne county this state has the Honor having the Only lady who has been granted the right to solemnize marriages. Her name is rankle and she is a member the u. B. Church. About this time the husband whose nerves cannot stand House cleaning and who had to leave Home Board at a hotel for his health will be stealing gently Back to his residence. For Sale a Good second hand Phaeton i Loup make practically As Good As new and Cost �150. Will sell Low want to buy a two seat Rig is the reason for Selling. Inquire at the times office. 3t . Thomas ii. Cairns Warren township near Maughiman a Mill will have a Public Sale Fine horses cattle sheep hogs farm implements etc., wednesday june oth. Sale to commence at 10 clock. 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 he had at the times fice. Of a Lemons Are better than quinine this kind weather a observed a practical physician the other Day. A a Lemon squeezed in a Glass water before breakfast and the same just before retiring will drive away fever and purify the the glorious fourth will be celebrated in an appropriate manner at Cambridge this year. This is the first time the Cambridge ites have had ambition enough to celebrate for a number years. Natural Gas is probably the cause. Eve re lady suffering from those distressing female complaints weakness etc., so common to her sex should Send her address and receive full particulars a nac treatment for such troubles. Sent free. . W. H. Armstrong 3033 Cambridge St., phil., a. 51yl forced to leave Home. Over 60 people were forced to leave their Homes yesterday to Call for a free trial package lanes family Medicine. If your blood is bad your liver and kidneys out order if you Are constipated and have headache and an unsightly complexion done to fail to Call any druggist to Day for a free Sample this grand remedy. The ladies Praise it. Everyone likes it. Large size packages 50 cents. Til nov. Some the boys in Holmes county played quite a trick one the township clerks not Long ago. The trick consisted in cutting up ground hog skins in Small pieces about the size a Scalp cutting Eye holes and making ears in a manner which was calculated to deceive unless closely scrutinized. They took them to the clerk and Drew pay for Twenty four scalps in one Batch Twenty one them being bogus and had been made from three hides. Clerks should look out for bogus scalps. Sunday last was an unusually quiet Day our streets with the exception now and then a passing even the Corner Loafer the store Box Whittler and the ogling dude were notably missed. The occasion this was the Encampment a band gypsies the grounds the City Park whither they All visited. There was a constant Stream people in vehicles and foot All Day Long lined the Road to and from the Park. Just what attraction there is about these wandering nomads we cannot explain but As a a a draw they take the bakery. Public Sale. I will offer for Sale upon my premises in Warwick township saturday june loth ones horse portable engine made by Russell amp co., one Victor Clover Huller made by the Newark machine company one Patent spindle 2-horse Wagon and water tank thereto one Mansfield separator and one Wilmot separator. Sale to commence at one clock p. M. Terms made known Day Sale. Ii Enby Wiand. For Sale. An 81-acre tract splendid land�?20 acres level meadowland Rich live Sandy soil and the remainder smooth Rich Ridge land every foot tillable about 10 acres lies class Timber Ordinary dwelling Good barn two Orchards lies class fruit in All 4 acres Well watered with Springs Good soft water 3-4 mile from Railroad 112 mile from two stations the c. A m. Railroad 4 Miles to Liberty and 5 to Newcomerstown 1 1-2 mile to Post office and stores about 30 acres Good Coal with Bank opened. Terms easy and the Best bargain Ever offered. Tide perfect. Call write to the times office new philada., Reason for Selling party wishes to go to new country. Personal mention. Mrs. J. I. Smith is very ill. Miss Madge Zellner is at Home. A Eye editor has the ague now a Days. A a Johnnie the Standard is quite ill. . Kennedy is Home froth Wooster for Fine printing Call at this office. Will. Knisely has returned from his Wooster . Jesse Spence Flushing was in the City this week. Miss Carrie Carroll is visiting miss Annie Waddington. Miss Kate Welty has returned from her visit to Newcomerstown. Miss Carrol is visiting her aunt mrs. France West front Street. Morris Moody and family Uhrichsville spent Sabbath in our City. Kurg Wallace is at Home visiting his friends and Many acquaintances. Miss min. Spence has returned from her visit to Roscoe and Coshocton. Or. James e. Graham and wife Are the guests James Patrick and sister. Or. Harry Wendorf Cleveland is the guest . And mrs. Theo. Zellner. _ f. W. Bainbridge Toledo was in the City a few Days this week business. _ f. Z. Miller South Bend ind., is visiting his father w. M. Miller this place. _ . And mrs. Joseph Strickmaker left last monday for magnetic Springs this state. _ . And mrs. Jesse Baker canal Dover were guests the times family sunday. _ . Mansfield Youngstown who is a student at Wooster is visiting m our City. _ . And mrs. Will. Keepers visited the family . And mrs. Skinner this week. Mrs. Sam. Price Clinton mo., was called to the bed Side her sick Mother this week. _ mrs. . Uhrich and miss Julia Jones Uhrichsville came up Friday to visit friends in our City. Misses Leota Collins and min. Dempster Uhrichsville visited friends in our City Friday. Frank and Emmet Smith near Cadiz visited their brother . Smith North Broadway this week. Miss mame Domer returned from Scio College this week accompanied by her Friend miss Stewart. Charlie Teichman Cleveland was at Home a few Days last week visiting his parents East Avenue. Miss Annie Harvey Laft monday this week for Kansas City mo., where she expects to spend the summer. Mrs. H. Burrell port Washington was the guest Lewis Jones and family the latter part last week. Remember the Timbs office is now equipped for getting out posters any size from a Quarter to a full Sheet. Mrs. Dickason and two children Newcomerstown Are visiting at the residence her brother j. F. Wilkins. Little Maggie Kinsy who has been very ill for the past six weeks is we Are Happy to learn gradually improving. Jas. F. Milar c. Amp p. Agent went last Friday to Indianapolis to attend a meeting the ticket agents in the employ the Road. _ Albert Bland son . We. Bland the Banner House this City arrived Here from Sterling Kansas last thursday morning. Mrs. Sara Arnold and friends miss Chance and mrs. Robinsons who were visiting with the former at her parents Home in this City have returned to Massillon. _ Al. Carlisle the genial Jovial Pittsburgh commercial agent was in town Oyer sunday Al. Is a Democrat from away Back and takes a big interest in general politics. Miss Flora Williams went to Cleveland this week to visit her brother a a Gus a a former faithful employee this office but now with a. N. Kellogg amp other relatives in that City. Rev. J. A. T and family started for it. Pleasant wednesday where the Rev. Will deliver a memorial address. Before returning Home they will visit in Wheeling w. Ya., and Martins ferry Eup Epsy. This is what you ought to have in fact you must have it to fully enjoy life. Thousands arc searching for it daily and mourning because they find it not. Thousands upon thousands dollars Are spent annually by our people in the Hope that they May attain this Boon. And yet it May be had by All. We guarantee that electric bitters if used according to directions and the use persisted in a ill bring you Good digestion and oust the Demon dyspepsia and install instead Eup Epsy. We recommend electric bitters for dyspepsia j and All diseases liver stomach and kidneys. Sold at 50c. And �1.00 per i bottle by f. C. Miller amp son druggist. Convention proceedings. The Tuscarawas county convention was held in this City saturday last. The Day was Fine neither too hot nor too Cool and a very Large crowd the democracy were present. The spacious opera House was crowded to its fullest capacity. In the crowd were a great Many republicans who were anxious to View the contest. In comparison to Republican conventions this one was a a Bulger. The convention wad called to order by the chairman the Central ccf&�?Tfnifte6�?~ t. J. Evans. J. W. Yeagley was chosen chairman the convention John j. Jurgens canal Dover Secretary and Theo. Lanning Gilmore and j. Laughead assistant secretaries. It was then a full fledged convention and a very perceptible flutter at once began. The usual committees were appointed and the convention adjourned until the afternoon. At half past one the delegates again assembled and the convention proceeded to hear reports committees. The following is a list the delegates to the state convention to be held at Dayton o., aug. 27th and 28th George w. Crites. Samuel Moore. George w. Bowers. H. B. Keffer. M. V. Ream. Fred. Olnhausen. E. J. Maloy. J. C. Wilkin. John h. Benfer. R. S. Shoemaker. F. S. Spring. Alternates. John Gerber. Fred. Groff. C. C. Fernsel. H. Ii. Porter w. A. Mcconnell Robert Benner. A. H. Brown. E. P. Degreif. Murray. J. A. Slingluff. J. G. Neuman. Senatorial delegates. A w Patrick a t ready w l Wallick j w Newburg John Gerber s Ridenour w j Mcconnell Wesley Emerson w c Gould Jacob Reed John l Kennedy w e Beck j d Laughead Adam Froelich Jacob Hawk f ii Koblitz g w Finney j w Hill t b Rankin John Mcgill James Meagher b Hartman Lewis Zollars r t Benner f Reichenbach John Wenger g l Patterson j w Yeagley Samuel r Minnig John a Himes Jarob Horn Simon his Rick s Maurer Frederick Spring e c Lewis j a Slingluff Fred Graff Daniel Wyss c c Fernsel Daniel Wherley we lash t j Forbes j j Kummer James Johnson t j Murphy Chas Lang Augustus Ley we Fischley Thos Richardson s b Ryan t a Lanning f h Price f Ankney Jos s Lyons the committee to select a Central and executive committee chose the following gentlemen j. A. Horn and Henry Scheu Dover township. John a. Himes and Fred Graff Goshen township. R. S. Schumaker Oxford to. J. A. Hill Mill tp., with an advisory committeeman from each township. Resolutions. Be it resolved by the democracy Tuscarawas county in convention assembled 1. That we Are in favor an honest and economical administration our state and county Aff airs. 2. That being opposed to monopolies and trusts All kinds we arc in favor the state publishing the text books our schools at the minimum Cost thereby relieving the people from the burdens imposed by the school Book monopolies and that our representatives to the legislature this Day nominated Are hereby instructed to use All reasonable efforts to accomplish this result. 3. That we reaffirm the principles the National democratic platform 1888. 4. That in common with honest men All Over the world we Point with Pride to that towering Monument political integrity the late administration Grover Cleveland a period when the right prevailed and Justice had her seat in High places. And in the belief that truth crushed to Earth shall Rise again we serve notice the enemy that although we have lost the offices we have not lost our self respect our principles our purposes for the future. Committee rules and order business reported in favor secret ballot which was the Only departure from the general rules heretofore adopted. This was something new and caused considerable excitement. An Effort was made to table the Resolution but it failed and the report in favor a secret ballot was sustained. Then the convention was in a dilemma As they were without tickets. After some wrangling a motion was made to reconsider the report the committee which motion was carried. Then Tho report was made to conform to the old rules. Speech making in announcing candidates was abolished and each township named its candidates. A motion was made to endorse John a. Buchanan As a candidate for state senator which was done by acclamation. The names i. H. Troendly Eli Benfer t. J. Murphy . Hefling g. B. Smith Squire Rankin and Henry Burton were announced As candidates for representative. There being two to nominate balloting for first Choice resulted in favor David ii. Troendly Bucks township and e. R. Benfer Franklin township As second Choice. The nomination for treasurer was next in order. The names Louis Zellner c. C. Forney Daniel Mcgregor and Jacob Hawk were announced. On the 4th ballot . C. C. Forney received the nomination. Next came sheriff. Messes. Goeler Shetler Stocker Hopkins Ebright Ryan Downey Roth Burris Dickinson and Morehead were presented. After a number ballots . Goeler Sugarcreek was chosen by one a majority. Candidates for commissioner were then announced As follows messes. Sattler Miller Andreas Westhafer and Glaiser. On the 5th ballot . E. B. Westhafer was nominated. Ozias Delong was then renominated for infirmary director. H. B. Keffer was endorsed As a member the state Board equalization. _ notes. Or. Jurgens Dover is the Only Man with sufficient lungs to go through a democratic convention. The a old romans the democratic party All seemed to have been present saturday for they made Rome howl. Let the enthusiasm democrats be As great at the polls As it was at the convention saturday and Tuscarawas will give 1,200 majority. Chickens sometimes do come Home to Roost. Did everybody fulfil their promises saturday at the convention. Friends were made and friends were separated saturday. Lafe Wallick proprietor the Sherman House was Happy saturday for he received More democratic shekels than he had Ever seen before in one Day. _ real estate transfers. Compiled in the office the recorder deeds Rosanna Furney to c. Furney lot 93, Mineral City �1,000. Manuel Halle to Sallie Morrison 25 acres Sandy township $1,400. Leonard Stahl to John w. Stahl 113 acres Rush �2,500. H. E. Espenschied to a. S. Mutzer part lot 5, Lowville �794. Sheriff Bowers to h. W. Ginther part lots 328 and 329, Dover $2,650. Ii. W. Ginther to John Berndt part lot 329, Dover �620. Ii. W. Ginther to Agnes Miller part lots 329 and 329, Dover �2,800. J. H. Deis it Al to John Berndt part lot 829, Dover �50. J. W. Englehard to j. C. Mccullough lot 213, Uhrichsville �2,000. C. G. Zutavern to James Zutavern 50 acres Lawrence tp., �2,000. H. N. Laizure to j. R. Parrish lots 16 and 17, Newport �570. Joseph Loeh to ii. W. Page 17-100 acres Uhrichsville �225. T. F. Sargent to Henry Billett 4-10 acres Goshen township �450. Sheriff Bowers to w. E. Case 1-100 acres Newcomerstown �1,075. J. W. Voshall to Louisa Mcleish part lot 2, Trenton �271.50. We. E. Case to Elizabeth Baxter strip land Newcomerstown �865. Erwin Fulton to g. W. Fulton lot 6, Shanesville �135. Charles Schreiber to John nagely part lot 83, new Philadelphia �34. Margaret Meek to Henry Gardner 30 acres Perry township �1,100. Maurice Moody to i. W. Carmack lot 2, Dennison �100. W. B. Lewis to Eliza Thomas a acre Union township �34. John m. Heck to Sarah j. Heck strip land Clay township �450. We. Johnson to Nellie m. Francis lot 296, Uhrichsville �1,750. John j. Hill to Denton Young lot 30, Uhrichsville �200. Anna Miksch it Al the trustees m. E. Church lot 3, Gnadenhutten 3200. Sheriff Bowers to w. J. Francis 69.70 Uhrichsville �1,025. Sheriff Bowers to John f. Ladrach 123 24-100 acres Jefferson township �4,-101. A. H. Hardesty to Thomas Kemp lot 2�?T Dover �1,100. W. Collier to Susanna Nevins strip land Uhrichsville �585. Gottlieb Stein to Sarah Davis lot 33, Phillipsburg �400. Henry Miller to g. F. Schauwecker part lot 6, Lowville �685. Court common pleas. Judgment Foh plaintiffs. George w. Weaver v. Philip heed. Jury trials. William Wingate v. Zeb. P. Sparks verdict for plaintiff. Rebecca read exp to v. Hiram Carnahan verdict for plaintiff. Ohio v. Elizabeth Faley assault and Battery plead guilty �5 and costs. Elisha Babcock v Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling Railroad continued to May 29th. Ohio complaint Amanda Bork Heimer v we. M. Burnell. Decrees and injunction. Cleveland amp Marietta v. Cleveland a Pittsburg Railroad. Cases 8ettled. J. B. Kelley amp co. V. Jacob Helmke. Cases continued. John i. Otis v Susan Swihart. Defendant to plead. Edward Eggan v Jonathan Stafford. Size tornadoes. From the far West. Prof. J. P. Finley gives the Width the path destruction in tornadoes As determined from the records 88 years at from 10 to 10,560 feet the average being 1,369 feet. The length the Tornado track varies from 300 Yards to about 200 Miles the average being 24.79 Miles. The velocity progression the Tornado Cloud varies from 7 to 100 Miles an hour the average being 44 Miles an hour. These extremes May often occur in different portions the track a single Tornado. The shortest time occupied by the Tornado Cloud in passing a Given Point varies from a a an instant a to about 20 minutes the average being 74 seconds. The following is an extract from a letter written by mrs. F. Sparling who resides in the Northwestern part Washington territory to her father and Mother . And mrs. Isaac Hel Mick this City which will be quite interesting to Many her old acquaintances Sultan City \ Washington ter., May 8. J dear a and May your kind and Welcome letter is received. We Are enjoying the Best health. This country has a very healthy and Fine climate it Rains a great Deal but they say that is what makes it such a Fine climate this is not a Good wheat country it is too wet for wheat to Ripen. They raise it but it does not make Good bread the nights Are too Cool for Corn to do any Good. There is very Little wheat Corn raised this Side the mountains but East the mountains the ii mate is Good for both. Oats do Well Here. Down the sound they raise As High As 125 to 150 bushels Oats per acre. This is a heavy timbered country and consists yellow fir Spruce and Cedar. The dressed Cedar is Worth �27 per thousand. The fir Timber is Worth from �16 to �18 per thousand at the Mill. There is a great amount Cottonwood Hemlock and curly Maple. The curly Maple is very High. If the Railroad comes up Here Frank will make several thousand dollars out his Maple. This is a very level country along the River but it is hard to Clear. It costs about �100 per acre to have it cleared. From the Mouth the River up to where we live the land is As level As a floor. It is very heavy timbered with just a Road Cut through it and Here and there a Small place cleared. A Carpenter can get from �3.50 to �4.50 per Day and common labor is Worth from �45 to �75 per month and Board. Frank has 167 j acres All Bottom land and the Best the River so everybody says. It cannot be bought for �50 per acre land in this country is Worth from �10 to �100 per acre. There is a tract school land East our place that is Selling for �10 per acre and there is the Best Timber it. It is Worth More than that for the Timber and then the land is very valuable. It is All Bottom land. Cattle is the Best Stock to raise. They do not use horses Here. All the work is done with oxen. This is the finest place for grass you Ever saw. Frank has 60 acres in the Best Timothy and Clover. His land has nearly All the Small Timber and underbrush Cut out and the Large Trees Are All that is left our farm and he has sowed it in grass and has splendid pasture. The Skykomish River is larger than the Tuscarawas and the Wallace is about like the Tuscarawas and the two Rivers meet within three Miles our place. These Rivers have their source in the Cascade Range which is about ten Miles from Here. The indians do freighting the River in canoes. Four indians can bring up a ton Hay in two canoes put together. They do the freighting for the loggers. They have to bring everything up the water. The indians charge from �10 to �12 per ton for freighting. O i wish you could see them there is a Canoe Load them going up with Hay now. I Tell you they can give the War whoop. They Are civilized and would not harm any one. The fish Are very Fine in the River Here. There Are speckled Trout Salmon and Silver Salmon. These Trout will weigh from 10 to 12 pounds. Frank says if you were Here in sep tend it All you would need would be a Pitchfork and a pair rubber boots and you could just Fork them out the River that is when they go the Rit los to spawn. He says you can almost walk across the River their Hacks there Are so Many them. I wish you were Here to go fishing. Old Joe an old Indian Squaw has her net set All the time just below our House and she catches three four every Day and very Fine ones too. Salmon in our River Snohomish weigh from 15 to 18 pounds but in the Columbia they weigh from 60 to 75 pounds. In the Salt water the sound there Are Ilal lot White fish that weigh from 100 to 120 pounds and Are very Nice. I saw some them when i was in Seattle i also saw oysters and clams by the Bushel. They grow by the acre in puget sound. The Woods abound with Black Tail Deer Elk Mountain sheep Black Bear Cougar Wolf rabbits Raccoon Skunk and teas. The Black Tail Deer Are As thick As sheep. Frank killed one not ten Steps from the House last Winter. All the animals come Down from the mountains. The heavy snows drive them out and they come Down in the Valley. The Cougar is something like a Panther and Are the Only animal that is to be feared hut there Are very few them so i am not afraid. The Valley the Sno Qualia is very Fertile. A great amount hops Are raised there. They have 700 acres in hops and raise from 400 to 500 tons every year. I will close lest i tire you. Love to All. Eva and Frank m. Sparking. Avian ventriloquism. Wife glancing Over a newspaper a a a Here san article headed a a terrible shall i read it a husband a a no its probably some Man with a scolding a Canadian ornithologist . E. E. Thompson attributes considerable Ventriloque Powers to some Birds. When surprised in the act singing these feathered ventriloquists become silent for a few moments and then give Forth a faint song that seems to come from far a Way though the Singer May be Only a few feet Distant. This curious deception is especially noticeable in sparrows but has been observed also in thrushes and mrs. temper looking up from the paper a a a a Well t declare a woman single handed captured a burglar i should think she would have been killed by the brute hut the paper says the moment she grabbed the poker and made a dash for him his Knees trembled his Teeth chattered his hair stood end and he Sank to the husband a the is probably a married _ any person in need a first class typewriter should not fail to write to j. W. Rolli Stone Creek for catalogue and Sample writing the world Tvr it writer

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