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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - May 31, 1888, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the a a times a advertising rates. Space. I to. 3 to. 6 to. It. $ i to $ 2 $ 3 8 5 2 5 7 50 l 3 7 50 12 50 22 50 half column. 5 12 50 22 50 40 one column. 8 22 50 40 75 bus Ness notices five cents per line. Volume Iii. New Philadelphia o., thursday May 31, 1888. Number 23. Official directory. District Congress. State senator. Common pleas judges. County. Beriah Wilkins Geo. j. Hance a \ j. Peal be Francis Ankney representative. Turtle Mes m. Patrick j. Donahey probate judge. m. Patrick prosecuting attorney j c j Donahey clerk. W. Bowers w. Kinsey auditor. John Meyers. Treasure. Q. Neumann recorder. Ruler i . Lash commissioners. K. Benner 0. H. Hoover Surveyor a Ollas Delong infirmary directors port a Krautz Sec City mayor. C Erk Quot Quot Street commissioner new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday May 31, 1888. Office in Hummel Block East High St., second floor. Local option amp Railroad population new Philadelphia 4,500 last saturday was an interesting Day to the people new Philadelphia and Goshen township. The Railroad ques Tion and local option were both voted . Local option did not include new Philadelphia and Blakes Mills in its territory but did include Pike run. The vote local option stood As follows wet. 30i2449the ladies the lutheran Church will give a Strawberry and ice Cream festival in the lecture room the Church Friday evening june 8th. Precinct i. A 2 a a 3., a a 4., dry. 23 3 43 117 Daniel rooms. James h. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. I u Council Fletcher Douthitt. B. P. Scott. Andrew Warden. Glatfelter. Sarthe new Philadelphia times will he published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia. Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in Advance j1 ii not paid within six months 50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A a address All matter intended for publication to the times. Total 194 -236 majority in favor local option 132 the vote for right Way for Railroad in each precinct was As follows for. Against. Precinct 1. 34 42 2.272 la a 3.294 36 a 4 47 95 total 647 184 names. Justices. Township a. Youngen. Same i Bigler. Henry Deible. Philip Doerfer. Daniel Krebs. S Milliken. J w Newburg. Jos la Hostetter Nelch Montag. S t Rennaker. Charlesll killers Philip a Carver c c Fernsel Daniel Richards Hugh t Minms. J la Booth. 1� la read. William Brown Adam Regula. David Breymer Samuel c Kline. John Milone. F j Greene. J no w Lytle . C w Kinsley. J la Mulvane and Timmerman. T j Murphya Jan Galbraeth. T la Rankin. L a Cornett. W j Hankinson l s Mckinney. Wesley m Iracy Lewis 0 Zollars. T Richardson. M s Wagner. J l Baldwin. T k Robinson. Jul Gardner. H g Galbraith. Hiram Echman. Robot commers Isaac couts. Tames w Fet Outt John Wetter. William Kinsey 1> la Kulm. Post office. Auburn. Auburn. Bucks. Bucks. Clay. Clay. Dover Dover. Dover. Fairfield. Fairfield. Franklin. Franklin. Goshen. Goshen. Goshen. Goshen. Jefferson. Jefferson. Lawrence. Lawrence. Mill. Ragersville. Rogersville. Baltic. Baltic. Lock no. 17. Gnadenhutten. Canal Dover. I canal Dover. Canal Dover. New Phi lad a. Zoar station. Strasburg. Strasburg. New philae a. Newly Hila la a. New Philada a. New Phi lady a. Stone Creek. Democratic ticket 3sra-txoisr.x,. For president the United states Grover Cleveland. For vice president general John c. Black. Zoar Bolivar. Uhrichsville. Mill Uhrichsville. Mill Dennison. Oxford. Newcomerstown Newcomerstown Cadwallader. Cadwallader. Tippecanoe. Gnadenhutten. Port Washington port Washington Mineral City. Mineral City. Stinesville. Shanesville. U ii Ruchs Ville. Leesville. Newcum Merlaud Newcum Derland Tuscarawas. Tuscarawas. Albany. Paoli. State. For Secretary state Boston g. Young Marion. For supreme judge Lyman r. Critchfield Holmes. For member Board Public works James Emmett Pike. Oxford Oxford Perry. Perry. Rush. Rush. Salem. Salem. Sandy. Sandy. Sugar Creek. Sugar Creek. Union. Union. Warren. Warren. Warwick. Warwick Washington Washington Cong session a. Haft r Congress sixteenth District James w. Owens Licking. Cott tit. For auditor John in. Kinsey. For commissioner Wesley Emerson. For infirmary director Lewis Geckeler. For Coroner b. Downey. Wayne i Dundee. Wayne. York. New philae a. Yor Black band. Alas poor Merrick. Professional directory mrs. N. Richards m. Physician and surgeon new Philadelphia. Ohio. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 49yl by c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. Ail f ills Dav night prompt answered. Of Ceist Atrock building. South residence two doors South c a p depot 49 Jas. A. Richards. Job. T. Mccullough. Richards amp Mccullough attorneys at Law 49yl new Philadelphia Ohio. J. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Aph Adel Denee no. 46, South Broadway new i Iladel phia Ohio. 48yl prances Romig attorney at Law and Nota Public. Office i the Mclane Block. New Philadelphia a to. John s. Graham Phil Deiphis Anidow all1 pnffsonal5lbusiness fomtngcouttkfs41 office opposite court House North Broadway. 4<yl j la Booth Veyn re Spe the tin Frau to House North Broadway. Samuel Moore a to Rev at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. Tile Best Salve in the world for cuts Brittl est sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat Saf action Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller a son. 6y2 patents. Ii a p Lacey procure patents in the i. Washington d. _ t. W. Mcdermott d. V. S., honorary graduate the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats All diseases Domestic animals. Surgery a specially. Norse dentistry Good condition. Spavins and ringtones Best treate Becali Esby a Egara phor otherwise promptly an Swerid office Over Loutzenheise re a drug store new Philadelphia 4yl Mitchells dental rooms. Lifting the veil last week that obscured the True inwardness the editor the Ohio Democrat has indeed made him a sad dog. It is highly Gratifying to behold him in his agony for he merits the True exposition we gave him which he does not deny. He first apologises in his Issue this week for the space he occupies in bolstering himself up by manufacturing counter charges and promised revelations. This however is Only to divert attention from the sorry plight he is in his Chagrin is apparent his shame almost crushes him. How to hold up his head now with a look innocence is his leading thought. He fancied himself a a Dandy in society he banked upon his wit but now he finds his fancied sphere circumscribed and is doomed to disappointment. His trip to Rush township 1 to get his a a chum a John Harmony to come to his Rescue in support his charges against us was no Avail. Harmon is too smart to be trapped in that Way. You Are indeed an object pity Merrick and if it was not that you deserve this punishment for your malicious attempt at slander we could pity you even though you have fallen from virtue and have inadvertently branded yourself As a a the people May forgive you but you cannot escape your record i your spider like walk and i the Flimsy excuse Given the a a boys that you had Hurt yourself Etc., while you were being treated for your loathsome disease and using such Medicine As Balsam Copaiba Sweet spirits Nitro a solution sulphate Zinc and acetate Lead make a record you cannot escape done to always rely the professional secrecy the medical fraternity to conceal your infamy the secret sometimes escapes from the lips other knowing ones As it did in this Case. Yet we had heard persons remark that they had a a caught a before we mentioned it. It is True a tis too True Merrick. Now you need not worry about a a laying aside your self respect a for that we think you never possessed you would not now be a cast off from society. Open up your chapters bring your invoice Trot out your witnesses if you have any and show up the truthfulness your assertions your miserable a a hog Wash in this weeks Issue does not make a Case by any Means but please done to steal any More our ammunition when you go to shoot. Now Merrick Here is a Chance to immortalize yourself try to keep Cool and done to expose yourself in Fly time. Majority in favor railroad463 this is a very fair expression the people in favor the Railroad. Some however Are opposed to the Road partially because the taxes and also account it crossing their premises saturday morning Geo. Mosher backed by a few the citizens opposed to the Road filed a petition in the court common pleas asking a restraining order to prevent the trustees the township from proceeding further in the matter. A temporary injunction was allowed and service made the trustees saturday. The ground stated in the petition is that the statute which was passed at the last session the legislature authorizing township trustees to Issue Bonds Etc., for Purchas ing right Way for railroads is unconstitutional and void. This now stops proceedings until the question constitutionality is settled in the courts. It is not Likely that a decision the supreme court can be had within the next two years. Whether the matter will be contested in the courts not has not yet been determined. There has been about $7,000 subscribed to the Railroad which is available hut cannot be increased much. If the tax measure is not pursued then the Only thing left is to tender the amount subscribed to the Railroad company and let them say whether they will build the Road by Way new Philadelphia. We have Laboured for the Road because we believed it would Benefit the town and township. This View is endorsed by the great majority the citizens the township. Those who Are fighting the Road by Legal process no doubt feel that they Are doing right because they Are exercising their rights As american citizens. We Only wish they could look upon the matter As a Public Benefit and thus have avoided the Legal conflict and much ill feeling among the citizens our town. The memorial services held at music Hall Sabbath was an interesting occasion. Or. Sprinkle Ashland addressed the audience in an Able manner. New Philadelphia o., May 29. The annual Board equalization will meet at the rooms the county commissioners thursday june 7th, 1888. Be fee president. New Philadelphia was visited with quite a severe wind storm about noon monday which played havoc with fruit and Shade Trees and the streets were strewn with branches. Judicial convention. A a Moss backs so views. Or. Salm the specialist treated a num Ber patients at the Exchange hotel last week and will have Many More his next visit. He will be at the Central House Newcomerstown j Une Lith Exchange hotel new Philadelphia june 17th and 18th Central House canal Dover june f9th. Or. Joseph Junkins has purchased the interest j. Patterson in the flouring Mill at lock port. I he new firm is now j. Amp Junkins. Or. Patterson retires account his health and will doubtless seek a change climate for a few months to recruit. We wish the new firm Success. The citizens new Philadelphia and Vicinity gathered together yesterday to add another tribute respect to the honoured dead the heroes the late War. The Day was Beautiful and inviting and the streets were thronged with people. The Flower gardens had been searched for the emblems love and purity. About half past two clock the procession formed at g. A. R. Hall. The boys who have survived the storms Battle and the ills life with their muskets marched Forth with measured tread which served As a gentle reminder that their sleeping comrades and the cause for which they sleep Are treasured in the hearts and memories the living. The Odd Fellows society k. Of p. And the firemen All in Beautiful uniform added greatly to the splendor the occasion. Then following in line the children and youth the land bearing the emblems respect to the departed soldiers then the citizens making an army three thousand More who marched to the City the dead and after appropriate addresses decorated the Graves the loved ones. This honoured custom serves As an educator to the rising generation and inspires them with patriotism and love country. It teaches them their duty that defending this free Republic ours maintaining the cause Liberty and Union forever. Our most excellent band and sons veterans drum corps furnished music for the occasion which to say the least was a grand Success. The Oid soldiers and the k. Of pcs gave an excellent exhibition Drill in the Public Square after the memorial services had concluded. Lovers Fine horses and carries can find the splendid Drivers and Saddle horses owned by Dias. J. Morey formerly kept at the Gilsey barn the Alley in rear Mcelroye a furniture store to which place he has removed and is Ever ready to turn out the Best a a rigs in the City. Charlie is a Fine fellow to Deal with a give him a Call. The Deuber watch works at Canton were partially destroyed by the storm monday. The portion the building destroyed was 200 feet Long and 24-feet wide. The loss to the building is $50,000. The building will be rebuilt. The workmen narrowly escaped being crushed by dashing outside the building when the Walls trembled. The storm swept Over Illinois Missouri Indiana Iowa and Ohio doing great damage. Grant Mitchell d. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. Cd Block new pliu.dclphl., Over rails hardware More Crown and Brune work Simily executed. Is Gas and Ether administered. Diseases the Mouth and Teeth a specially. The Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey. Proprietor. The House has been newly tarnished through out. Pleasant rooms. Table firs cuss i moderate. Bus to and from the cars. To livery in connection with the House. Remodeler. Refitted and refurnished throw out hew i Johnson i House. O h. B. West manager 133 Superior Street Cleveland,.Ohio. Terms�?$1-50 to $2.00, according to room. A a Blinky a morgans Case was presented to the Board pardons the 28th. Three members the Board voted in favor a respite for sixty Days and two voted against it. Governor fora Ker will probably Grant it after it has been recommended by the Board. A a Blinky is a weighty fish. It seems that the Brave Are admired even though a criminal and every Opportunity is Given him to run the Gauntlet the Law. This Man Merrick in his paper this week reminds us a quarrel that is said to have occurred Between a White Man and a Drunken Indian who was like Merrick about half witted the Man called the Indian a d d fool but All this poor Drunken Indian could say was a a you did fool too a thus with Merrick he in substance attempts to j apply to us what ice said him last week but the coat done to tit us. General Sheridan is lying at the Point death with but slight Hopes his recovery. One by one the Brave generals pass away. This noted Cavalryman will soon be known Only in the history his Brave deeds. Hos. N. Case clerks 52yl l. Golder. Jut tile thin tor a Lite to sell in the Bummer. Every family buys our stave lamp Chute _ in it you can Boll try and strife to use fits any Chimney. Bena 15 cents for one 91.50 Pera sep All postpaid. Retails for 5 Bents. Fort Ltee a governor Hill new York will not be a candidate for reelection account the great financial Drain him by reason being in politics. He will return to the practice Law. He was Worth about $25,000 when elected governor but has spent it All. Harrison county Wool growers got in a petition to Congress eighty feet Long containing about 2500 . Last Friday we made our first trip to Sherrodsville which lies the Edge Carroll county. To our Surprise we found a town about l,o00 inhabitants. The town is somewhat scattered along the line the Conotton and Wheeling a Lake Erie railroads. This is regarded a mining town there being extensive Coal mines opened and in full operation close to the town affording employment to a Large number men. The town is not attractive account location and the manner in which it is Laid out but one noticeable feature is the amount business done in the place. We made the acquaintance several the business men. We mention among that number messes. Williams a son who lately came from shall Nee Perry county o., and opened a tin store and shop and Are extensively engaged in tin roofing and spouting having established a flourishing business within three weeks. These men Are practical manufacturers everything belonging to the tin Trade. Their prices Are Low and they Are justly entitled to a Large patronage. Their place business is main Street near the Mill. A a. We found . L. W. Albaugh a place business near the Conotton railway. Ile is doing a thriving business in Selling boots and shoes gents furnishing goods hats and Caps and is engaged in merchant tailoring. Or. Albaugh has the Confidence the people and merits the Liberal patronage he receives. Or. W. Capes successor to the firm Carroll amp capes carries an extensive dry goods and grocery business just opposite . Richardson a hotel. The neatness his Stock and business room is evidence the fact that he is a Good business Man and we Are glad to say he is a genial Good fellow and Well patronized. Next door to . Capes is the drug and notion store . A. Rainsberger. He has an excellent Stock in a commodious room. His Energy Pluck and fair dealing has won him a paying trend a near the Conotton depot we found the to sorial artist . Joseph Becker. He is a Clever fellow easy to become acquainted with and abundantly Able to please his Patron. We met . Davis who keeps a furniture and tin store near the Richardson hotel. He has been quite successful in business and commands a full share Trade. Any thing in the furniture line can be had at his establishment at reasonable prices. There Are Many other Good business men in Sherrodsville that we did not have time to Call but Hope to make their acquaintance at our next visit. Sherrodsville has two Good hotels with ample accommodations for the travelling pub lip. There has been quite a number saloons in the town but the township voted prohibition and the saloons were ordered to cease business saturday. Or. W. Rees and . Mclaughlin were engaged in the business and will course have to close. They say they can stand it if the rest can. Some think it will injure the Trade the town while others thought to the contrary. We Hope these men May find lucrative employment As they Are Good citizens. In our meanderings through the town we came across . L. M. Beatty who is master Workman the labor association no. 2543, and a member the division Board. He is an intelligent gentleman and is thoroughly posted All labor questions. We have had a Good list subscribers at Sherrodsville for the past two years and succeed in adding several More Friday last. The Ohio Centennial will be celebrated by the pupils the new Philadelphia Union school Friday j Une 8th, which will be the last Day the present term. The exercises will begin at 2 p. Rn., and will continue from one to two hours according to the Grade the school. In some the primaries where the pupils Are quite Young the work will be varied to suit the age. Parents and All who Are interested in the school Are invited. W. Ii. Ray supt. A rare bargain for Sale will Trade for land in Tuscarawas county 240 acres Rich improved land situated in Poweshiek Bounty Iowa seven Miles from the county seat five Miles from the North Western key seven Miles from the Rock Island Ray and fort five Miles East Des coins. There Are two dwelling houses the farm and other buildings. The farm is Well watered a Creek running though it. The farm is All fenced and Timber enough the land to keep up the fences and for fire Wood. The soil is very Rich. Sixty five bushels Corn to the acre was grown this land last year notwithstanding the dry season. Being Well watered it is Well adapted to Stock raising and it lies in a Rich farming Community. Any one wishing information As to Quality land Etc., can write Samuel Bigler formerly Fry a Creek this county who lives close by this land and who is a Rich Farmer and will give reliable information. The reasons for Selling trading is that the owner is a Bachelor and is quite old and not Able to farm much now and wishes to spend his old Days with his relatives and friends who reside in Tuscarawas county. For further information write Call John Kaderly new Philadelphia o., Call at the times office. This farm can be bought fair terms. The judicial committee tor the fifth judicial circuit As appointed at the convention held at mount Vernon the 21st july 1886, is As follows Ashland a. T. Albertson. Coshocton a. M. Williams., Delaware a. K. Newcomer. Fairfield a. Cunningham. Holmes a. P. Maxwell. Knox a. M. Switzer. Licking a. A. Flory. Muski Ngum a. R. Stonesipher. Morgan a. N. Kennedy. Morrow a. W. Thompson. Perry a. F. Conley. Richlands. F. Ottinger. Stark a. M. Myers. Tuscarawas a. T. Ready. Wayne John Mcweney . It might be Well for the committee to Confer by correspondence otherwise As to time and place for the convention to nominate a successor to judge Follett. Some time in july would suit Wayne county. How about the other counties a Wayne county Democrat. Any time would suit Licking county that suits the other counties the circuit. But we would like to mildly and politely suggest that Newark is the Best and most convenient place for holding the convention. It is geographically nearest the Center the circuit. It has the Best Railroad facilities and is easily and conveniently accessible by railroads from All Points. Delegates can make the Best connections going and coming and lose the least time. W e have the very Best hotel facilities can give the convention ample accommodations in that respect. Our citizens will do All in their Power to make it agreeable for the delegates and taking everything in connection we respectfully urge that Newark is the proper place to hold our next j judicial convention for this american. Tuscarawas county consents to any time agreed upon by the other counties and is highly in favor Newark As the place to hold the convention. The member the committee from Tuscarawas thinks it the most convenient account railroads and besides the hotel accommodations Are Good. There is no opposition to judge Follett in this . Real estate transfers. Died. Mrs. Lydia Huston West High St., one the oldest inhabitants new Philadelphia died sunday night last heart disease and old age. She was an Eye witness to the hanging Funston the Only execution in Tuscarawas county. Mrs. Huston was a highly respected lady and had Many warm friends. The funeral took place tuesday afternoon. During the storm monday quite a number bricks were blown Down from a window in the attic the school building. They fell the plastering the upper ceiling crushing through to the floor the third Story. It was a Lucky event that it occurred at noon when none the pupils were in the building As the bricks fell the seat Marion Mcllvain. Death undoubtedly would have been the result. The storm twisted the new store building messes. Wise a Zeeb at Goshen. The building had not been entirely enclosed which gave the wind a stronger leverage. The building can probably be straightened again. Personal mention. Harry heckler visited his Friend Chas. Spence Over sunday. J. Ii. Tipton and wife Are visiting James Spence and family. F. Irvine the a a Democrat a visited Zanesville friends sunday. Miss m. Josephine Holloway passed saturday at her Home in Canton. We suppose says an Exchange that Many people think newspaper men Are persistent Duns. Let the Farmer place himself in a similar business position and see if he would not do the same. Supposing he raises one thousand bushels wheat and his neighbor should come and buy a Bushel and the Price was a Small matter $2 less and say a a i will hand you the amount in a few As the Farmer does not want to be Small about so Small a matter he says a a All right a and the Man leaves with the Bushel wheat. Another one comes in the same Way and still another until the whole thousand bushels wheat Are trusted out to one thousand persons and not one the purchasers concerns himself about it for it is a very Small amount he owes the Farmer and course it does no to help him any. Ile does no to realize that the Farmer has frittered away his Large crop wheat and its value is due him in a thousand Little tributes and that he is seriously embarrassed in his business because his debtors treat it As a Small matter. But if All would pay it would enable him to carry his business with out difficulty. The above comparison is too True the difficulties with which the newspaper Man has to contend. Done to Experiment you cannot afford to waste time in experimenting when your lungs Are in danger. Consumption always seems at first Only a cold. Do not permit any dealer to impose upon you with some cheap imitation . Kings new discovery for consumption coughs and colds but be sure you get the genuine. Because he can make More profit he my Tell you he has something just As Good just the same. Done to be deceived but insist upon getting . Kings new discovery which is guaranteed to give Relief in All Throat lung and Chest affections. Trial bottles free at f. I Miller amp songs drug store. 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. Evergreens Maple Trees shrubbery All kinds climbing vines Small fruits grapes All kinds. Greenhouse plants and flow erg. Anything you wish for in my line you can obtain me for one half the Price usually asked by agents. I cordially ask you to patronize your Home nurseryman and Florist. Daniel Wyss. New Philadelphia Jan. 26. 5m6 unclaimed letters. Mrs. Chas. Keepers Dennison visited relatives in this City last week. Or. And . Frank Skelly Are Happy a a Fine Little boy is the cause it. Nathan Stine Gnadenhutten was at the Hub business last tuesday. Will. Knisely son Knisely came Home this week to spend a couple months. Mrs. Nellie Rittenhouse Nee Danforth Marietta o., is visiting relatives in this City. Or. And mrs. Jacob ditto left monday for Cleveland to visit their son Peter ditto and wife. J. Ii. Boothe wife and daughter Geniveve visited w. H. Smith Ehrichs Ville last Sabbath. A Fine two Story Frame House contain ing seven Large rooms conveniently arranged finished in Good style and papered throughout. Bay Extension in front the House affording a Fine View the Street also a portico in front Good chimneys built from the ground up grates in four rooms and stove flues for three rooms Good cellar closets and Large Cistern Wood and Coal House and other out buildings. Splendid variety fruit Trees just beginning to Bear such As pears plums peaches and apples 5,500 bearing strawberries excellent Quality 500 bearing raspberries. Also., plenty currents gooseberries and grapes. Two lots one 66x264, and the other 54x264�?both fronting the Street. This property is situated a Good Street in new Philadelphia Ohio. The proceeds the berries alone will j pay a Good per cent the investment Price very reasonable and easy pay ments. Call at the items office. Of the following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office May 28, 1888 miss Edith Metzler miss Catharine Reed miss Mary Canary Sarah Black leage mrs. Ella wills Albert Spesinger Hugh Mcgoven James b. Beirut Oliver b. Brant Charles e. Hires. If not called for in fourteen Days will be sent to the dead letter office. E. P. Degreif p. M. Ii. E. Espenschied jeweler West High Street new Philadelphia o., next door to Mathias a Williams store dealer in watches clocks jewelry Silver Ware castors spectacles violin and guitar strings accordions Mouth Harmonicas violins and guitars. Repairing a specially watches clocks and jewelry Call and see me. Aw4 . Editor if the honest intelligent and patriotic democracy the sixteenth congressional District Ohio were not christians indeed and consequently brim full sympathy and would allow themselves to drink the cup Sweet revenge to satiety they would now laugh at the calamity their present miserable apology for a representative and mock when his fear cometh. Without regard to political affiliations the Good people the District have abundant reason to congratulate themselves that they have through the action the Coshocton convention been Able to throw from around their neck the Little old Man the sea who like his illustrious prototype thought himself so finely fixed in his position that he could ride them to death but alas for human Hopes and inordinate ambition. To Day he is deep Down in the Slough despondency and in his abject humiliation is infinitely More an object commiseration than censure the whole souled old time Democrat who loves his party More for its history principles and traditions than for its filthy Lucre is full sympathy for the misfortunes his fellow men and in the sad lamentations longer and More piteous than the lamentations Jeremiah now ascending from the tent the blonde statesman and his retinue he is moved to the excuse at least As much humanity As the a Bird they Call the Bear a which has too much humanity in its a comical construction to prey upon a dead Carcan. Had this most wonderful Prodigy statesmanship and Blue eyed child blasted ambition devoted As much his Young life to the study the sacred scriptures As he seems to have done in mastering the mysteries a Jack pot he might have saved his deep humiliation to Day by availing himself the scriptural precautionary declaration let him who thinks he stand take heed lest he we have a pleasant recollection some time in our school boy Days Reading that a a education forms the mind a and cannot resist the conclusion that had our proud and defiant mock representative been a student the immortal Shakespeare rather than a devotee a Baron Mun Chauson and a Ali bad the Sailor a he might have had some Remote Conception what he referred to when he said a time at last sets All things even. And if you do but watch the hour there never yet was human Power that can evade if unforgiven the patient search and Vigil Long him who treasurers up a the pages history Are Laden with instances the Rise and fall men As Well As empires. Goliath was a mighty Man invincible in Power but David slew him with a single Stone and in pronouncing an Ulo Gium upon Julius Conser the orator exclaimed a but yesterday the name Caeser would have stood against the world but to Day there Are none so poor As to do him the mighty Ocean is not satisfied with its vast tributaries Waters nor is Man satisfied with the Possession Power but if for a single moment they could clip the wings their ambition and behold themselves through the Peoples Mirror and see themselves As they Are seen by others they would be better Able to heed the voice holy writ which is speaking to them in Thunder tones a verily your sins will find you the proverbial patience Job has been eclipsed by the patient endurance the Long suffering and Noble people the sixteenth congressional District Ohio and their Noble efforts to purge themselves their humiliation funds a response in the heart every right minded Man the District and their most ardent prayers might never have been realized but for the inspiration drawn from the Sublime language the poet a a dig dig Little mole dig under ground there is Sunshine in the we have set up with and nursed our Wrath to keep it warm until the misty hours night when Church Yards Yawn and the Graves give up their dead and nights tallow Candle had burned out and Hope Ong deafened had made the heart sick but now thanks to him who rules the destined nations As Well As individuals Jocund Day stands tip toe the misty Mountain top the political future our grand old District. Moss Back. Common pleas court. Miss Belle Knisely has returned from a weeks visit with a Ier sister mrs. R. H. Mccleary Newcomerstown. W. Knisely who is since september last been attending medical College in Chicago returned monday for the . Henry Gamble a former new Philadelphia boy but now East Liverpool Ohio spent a few Days last week in this City. Miss Mary Fox canal Dover is lying sick at the residence her Mother in new Philadelphia. Miss Fox has been engaged in the millinery business in canal Dover. We Hope she May soon recover. Henry Doerschuck Canton spent a few Days in this pity and Vicinity last week visiting friends among whom were . Temple and others and did not forget to give our office a Call and renew his subscription saying he could not afford to do without the times. A Good two Story Frame dwelling seven rooms lot 66x264, with another Good one Story Frame House four rooms same lot and both houses in Good repair. Good fruit Good Well and Cistern premises and also Good outbuildings. Situated in new Philadelphia West High Street and is a Cor Ner lot. Will sell very cheap will Trade for a Small tract land. A bargain in it. Call at the times office. If Merrick wants an invoice himself he should inquire around among the a a boys for the news since the dance. Verily he has found a new Field labor after being cast off from Muski Ngum. We have made arrangements for an occasional letter from Sherrodsville which we Hope will interest our Many readers in that place. The ice Cream festival the g. A. R. Boys was a grand Success. For Sale Exchange for land in Tuscarawas county a Nice clean Stock merchandise dry goods and groceries a in a Good business town 1500 inhabitants in Tuscarawas county will invoice five six thousand dollars. For information write the times office. 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. In formation can be had at the times flee. I Ohio democratic committee. From the Catholic Knight. Cleveland. It is proposed in some quarters to make Hon. Beriah Wilkins chairman the executive committee the democratic party in this state. Or. Wilkins is a very amiable gentleman he is no doubt a Democrat after a fashion but . Wilkins democratic neighbors did not give him the nomination for Congress which he laboriously sought the other Day. Why ? there was a Little bit doubt about Beriah a party fealty it was very generally Felt that Hon. Beriah Wilkins and the administration Grover Cleveland were not in Heartiest Accord and that As Beriah Felt himself to be a a a bigger Man a than the administration it would be Well to give Beriah a rest. We think in View the fact above stated it would be Well to leave the name Beriah Wilkins off the list names mentioned in connection with the chairmanship the executive committee. We May be mistaken but its our Way thinking that a Man who is not with Cleveland is not a Man to be trusted with the party management in Ohio. Go West. For the past two weeks. I As compiled in the office the recorder deeds Valentine Pretorius Assignee to Peter Karl 89 9-10 acres Franklin and Dover townships $3,100. Geo Reneker to Jas p Reneker part lots i and 2, Dennison $150. Ezra j Romig to John Reiser 15 acres Warwick township $1,150. Margaret Armstrong to Samuel Hiller to acres Rush township $300. Maurice Moody to win l Shaner lot i Dennison $250. Lewis Renner to John p Mann i acre Lawrence township $245. Geo e Campbell to John Kaiser lot 44, new Philadelphia $225. Chas a Ley to win r Shields lot 91, Newcomerstown $900. Geo Mckee to John Laizure lots 5 and 6, Dennison $120. John Lickey to Carrie Mills 27j acres Rush township $2,600. Jacob Messerly to Christian Graf 18 4-100 acres Sugarcreek township $2300. Hugh a Pittes to Oliver Knisely part lot 154, new Philadelphia 550. Thomas h Pittes to Oliver Knisely lot 154, new Philadelphia 750. Maurice Moody to John Brien lot 9, Dennison 150. Oliver Knisely to a s Knisely lot 154, new Philadelphia 1650. Henry j Oliver to Jasper l Baldwin 45 56-100 acres Union township 5082. James f Evans to Daniel unsold part lot 2, Bolivar $75. Andrew Patrick to Reasin Eberhart 33-100 acres new Philadelphia 1,300. Jacob a Strann to Charles Stansbury 40 acres Fairfield township i too. Noah Mast to Jeremiah Miller 73 50-100 acres sugar Creek township 5,831. Geo Grove to Samuel Stull 40 acres Franklin township 1,000. Geo Grove to Ellen m Grove to acres Franklin township $1. Sarah j Everett a guardian to James b Milburn 20 acres Salem township 600. Philip Spohn to win Brady 2 94-100 acres sugar Creek 450. Jesse b Deardorff to Jacob Foehl 20 acres York township 1,000. Geo Lechner to p Lechner i 14-100 acres Sandy township 300. Win w Porter to b f Anthony lot 8, Uhrichsville 235. The Tus Coal and Iron Coto John Burrell lot i Sandy township $70. Sheriff Bowers to Henry Leiser lots 3 and 4, Phillipsburg 482. R f Gardner to Joseph Mishel strip land Dennison 1,200. Ralph d Welch to we w Wallace strip land Dennison 150. We w Wallace to s b Simmons strip land Dennison 1,050. James Michel to r f Gardner lot 5, Dennison 750. Maurice Moody to Elizabeth master lot 9, Dennison 150. Maurice Moody to e p master lot 9, Dennison 150. Maurice Moody to e p master lot 24, part 25, Dennison 150. Faurice Moody to Mary e Metcalf lot 7, Dennison 150. Louis Lahm to Agnes Miller lot 377, Dover $350. L f Robinson to Anna Koehler lot 24, Uhrichsville $700. We r Shields to Catharine Ley 53 93-100 acres Oxford township $1,500. Adam Maurer to d a Vanostran 46 acres Jefferson township $1,750. C ii Slingluff to Anna Joyce lot 2, Dover $300. Christian foil to Mary Jones lots 2 and 3, new Philadelphia $140. Jacob Barringer to Jackson b Barringer 601 acres Salem township $3,150. Patrick la read to John b read lot 165, new Philadelphia $1,600. L r Fletcher to h Fletcher 8 acres Oxford township $240. Elmer Daugherty to Jacob grim 20 acres Jefferson township $42. John Schwab to Jacob grim 20 acres Jefferson township $695. John English to Cinderilla Green 82-100 acres new Philadelphia $475. Jas w English to Cinderilla Green 82-100 acres new Philadelphia $475. Owen Foley to win Weller 5 acres Sandy township $800. Eli Travis to Chas Miller strip land Ragersville $25. P w Goudy to Chas Jiller strip land Ragersville $150. Christian Spring to win Spring 97 73-100 acres York and Goshen township $6,500. Andrews amp Hitchcock to Henry Elwood 481 acres Salem township $800. Proceedings. Criminal. Ohio v Benjamin f Sanders. Ohio v Lewis Sanders continued. Ohio v Benjamin Sanders continued. Ohio v Geo Sanders continued. Ohio v same continued. Defendants to plead. Daniel c Gentsch v Oliver Knisely. Peter Buehl v Charles Buehl. M d Woodford v John l Kennedy. Same v m s Vail. Cyrus Roth v John l Sommers. William Wingate v z p Sparks. Wesley m Tracy v we a Gordon. John l Rice v we a Gordon. Catherine Day v same. John Berkelman v t b Raiff. John Wolf v Louisa Schnider. W ii Criswell v Isaac Penrod. Cases continued. John Shaffer v Elvin and Van Ostran. Wentz Wagner a co v v j Huprich. Peter Eckert v Thomas Moore. John Miller v Akron Straw Board co. Motions in plaintiffs. J no Lintner v j w Bedwell overruled. A w Saphner amp co v John a Hostetler overruled. John m Lydick v j c Cross sustained. Same v j a Benson sustained. George Mosher v Geo Welty it a1 trustees sustained temporary injunction allowed. Motions for defendants. Ann Meyer v Stephen Buhrer overruled. Jacob Barringer v Ernst Kuhn sustained. Elizabeth Boyer v Joseph m Strome overruled. Nannie Mcmillen v Ann Graham sustained. John reef adm a v Cleveland amp Marietta Ray overruled. Anna d Pfeffer v Martha Guzman overruled. Edward Dodson v Eliza j Sisson sustained. Anna Wilson v j ii Burges overruled. Oscar a Craigs v j k Conoll sustained. Isaiah boners v Eli e Travis Sug tailed. I s Ambach a co v Ellsworth Mathias overruled. John ii Benfer v Lafayett Smiley sustained. Demurrer plaintiff. Nevada Utterback v David Cox overruled. Same v Chas Scheu overruled. William f Walter v William l Davis overruled. Demurrer defendant. Elmira Slater v Julia e Hillegas overruled. John a Himes v e w Mathias overruled. Henry boners v Riley j Aultman overruled. Charles e Herbold v w w Scott sustained. Isaiah boners v Eli e Travis sustained. James Aiken v Richard c Anderson overruled. Theodore fanning v Louisa Miller. A question health. What raking powder Shau. We use the Spicer manufacturing company new Philadelphia Shall we celebrate the glorious fourth for Sale Trade a Good five year old hambletonian tuc Keyho stallion Well broke and gentle. Will give a bargain. For information inquire at the times office. A Michigan Exchange says a couple Lansing pedestrians Laid out sixteen rattlesnakes a recent trip in As Many minutes. We always thought a local option a would be Good for that a a neck the new Philadelphia o., May 29. The annual Board equalization will meet at the rooms the county commissioners thursday june 7th 1888 a a j s. Benfer president. 18,000,000 acres the Montana reservation just opened for settlement near great Falls it. Benton Assini Boine and Glasgow consisting Rich Mineral and Coal districts grazing and farm lands the very highest Quality. The opportunities for making Money Here Are greater than anywhere else in the United states. This is the time a it go and secure your location. For rates maps other information address c. H. Warren Gen. Pass. Agent St. Paul m. A m. By St. Paul Minn. Successors to English in Dixon manufacturers improved Hay Tedders Spring tooth harrows Etc. kinds repairing done Short notice in a first class manner at reasonable figures. Manufacturing any kind pattern work in Wood Iron and brass promptly attended to. Pipe and fittings pumps cylinders Etc. The highest Market Price paid for old cast Metal excepting stove plate grate bars any burned Iron please give us a Call. 20w4 saved his life. Or. I. I. Wilcoxson horse Cave ky., says he was for Many years badly afflicted with Phthisic also diabetes the pains were almost unendurable and would sometimes almost throw him into convulsions. He tried electric bitters and got Relief from the first bottle and after taking six bottles was entirely cured and had gained in flesh eighteen pounds. Says he positively believes he would have died had it not been tor the Relief afforded by electric bitters. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by f. Miller a son. 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. M. A m. By St. Paul. 20w6 Cyrus Mcqueen Baltic Tuscarawas county is handling a full line machinery this season and if you think buying an engine Thresher saw Mill Clover Huller Hydraulic press Wagon anything the kind write to him for circulars and prices it will pay you. 16tf. Three farms in Montgomery county kansas�?400 acres in ally will Trade for a Good Stock merchandise Price $6,000. Address lock Box 884, Independence Kas. 17tf this Plain question comes Home to every housekeeper. We All desire pure and wholesome food and this cannot he had with the use impure poisonous baking powder. There can be no longer a question that All the cheaper lower grades baking powders contain either Lime Alum phosphatic acid. As loth As we May be to admit so much against what May have been some our household gods there can be no gainsaying the unanimous testimony the Otticia chemists. Indeed analysts seem to find no baking powder entirely free from some one these objectionable ingredients except the Royal and that they report As chemically pure. We find some the baking powders advertised As pure to contain under the tests professors Chandler Ila Bir Shaw and others nearly twelve per cent Lime while others Are made from Alum with no Cream tartar. A this we presume accounts for their Lack Leavening Power As sometimes complained by the Cook and for the bitter taste found in the biscuits so frequently complained by ourselves. But aside from the inferiority the work done by these powders the physicians assure us that Lime and Alum taken into the system in such quantities As this Are injurious. Their physiological effects Are indigestion dyspepsia worse evils. The question naturally arises Why do these cheap baking powder makers use these things Alum is three cents a Pound Lime still cheaper while Cream tartar costs thirty five forty. The reasons for the chemical purity the Royal baking powder were recently Given in the new York times in an interesting description a new method for refining Argolis crude Cream tartar. It seems that it is Only under this process that Cream tartar can lie freed from the Lime natural to it and rendered chemically pure that the patents and Plant for this Cost the Royal baking powder company about half a million dollars and that they maintain exclusive control the rights. Prof. Mcmurtrie late chief chemist the department agriculture at Washington i. C., made an examination this process and reported upon the results attained in the refined Cream tartar. The following extract from his report would seem to answer the question repeated at the head this article and which is so frequently propounded by the housekeeper a a i have examined the Cream tartar used by the Royal baking powder company in the manufacture their baking powder and find it to be perfectly pure and free from Lime in any form. The chemical tests to which i have submitted the Royal baking powder prove it perfectly healthful and free from every deleterious substance. The Royal baking powder is purest in Quality and highest in strength any baking powder which i have peace and Harmony prevailed yesterday

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