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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 1, 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 advertising rates. Space. I to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y r. One Inch. 3 1 00 $ 2 00 $ 3 00 3 5 00 three inches. 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 60 half column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 business notices five cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday november 1, 1888. Number 45. Professional cards. A yrs. N. Richards m. 0. Physician and surgeon new Philadelphia. Ohio. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 49yl y c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. Aii Calls Day night prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building. South Broadway. Residence two doors South c k p depot. 49 �?1 a a a a a a. A. Richards. Job. T. Mccullough. Richards a Mccullough attorneys at Law 49yl new Philadelphia Ohio. Prances Romig. Attorney at Law and notary Public. Office in the Mclane Block. New Philadelphia. Ohio. John b. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. Aii professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court Blouse North Broadway. 4<yl u. Booth a attorney at Law notary Public and con a Sya Neer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s a mints. Office up stairs opposite the court ouse. North Broadway. 47yl Gamul 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. Joseph p. Murphy slavery amp feed stable Phillips Burgh. Ohio. First class Rigi for All purposes. Office and stable near Railroad depot. Warnaca Salvo. Rhe Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises res. Ulcers. Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter lapped lauds. Chilblains. Corns and All skin a up Lons. And positively cures piles no pay juiced. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat faction Money refunded. Price 25 cents r Box. For Sale by . Miller a son. 6y2 Babcock Hurd amp co., wholesale grocers 106 amp 108 water St., Cleveland. P. Ii. Babcock. In Hurd. ., cd a elks Babcock. In a. Bishop Mcclur Llambi Hurd wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co., limited new York for the Sale their celebrated Laronia and Bunola brands roasted Coffee. 24yl 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. 9yl 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. Carious 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 remodeler refitted Aud refurnished throw out new i Johnson i House. Of h. B. West manager iss Superior Street Cleveland,.Ohio. Tkbms�?$1.50 to $2.00, according to room. Clerks 52yl hos. In Case l. Golder. Money to loan first Morton if farm Security at Low rates interest. Loans Only taken r three years More and for sums $1,000 and upwards. Privilege making partial payments $100 More Loans granted and Extension time Given when interest is kept up promptly. No commission and no charges for recording mortgages. For further particulars Aud information address we. In Ross. Gene a agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. 42ni6 october 11, 1iws. Children cry for pitchers Castoria. When baby was sick we gave her Castoria. When she was a child she cried for Castoria when she became mias she Clung to Castoria when she had children she gave them Castoria. Co to Montana via these. Paul Minneapolis an Manitoba Ray. A magnificent daily train service a the Montana express a will be inaugurated november to 1888. Elegant dining cars drawing room sleepers handsome Day coaches 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 at f. I. Whitney Gene a Pas. And to t at St. Paul Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday november i 1888. Office in Hummel Block East High St., second floor. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 a Arthe new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new. Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in Advance a 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 4��?oremlttances should be sent by draft registered letter Post Offlee order to the address the proprietor. A a address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Democratic ticket . For president the United states Grover Cleveland. For vice president Allen g. Thurman. State. For Secretary state Boston g. Young Marion. For supreme judge Lyman r. Critchfield. Of Holmes for member Board Public works James Emmett Pike. Counts ires Siohant Aal. For Congress sixteenth District James w. Owens Licking. County. For auditor John w. Kinsey. For commissioner Wesley Emerson. For infirmary director Lewis Geckeler. For Coroner b. Downey the platform the democratic party the state Ohio in convention assembled presents to the people the state the following declaration principles 1. We endorse without qualification the administration president Cleveland his honesty integrity Fidelity to principle and Manly courage have endeared him to the american people and the interests the country demand his renomination and election. 2. We approve the Mills Tariff Bill As the practical expression the democratic party and request our representatives in Congress to give it their cordial support. 3. We demand that All lands the government be held for actual settlers who Are citizens the United states and for those who declare their intention and we endorse tie successful efforts the administration to recover the Public lands which have been squandered upon Railroad corporations by reckless Republican congresses. 4. Quot we favor the payment Liberal pensions to Union soldiers and sailors and a tender care the widows and orphans. 5. We demand an economical expenditure the Public Money and the re action the surplus in the Treasury by reduced vacation and not by extravagant Aud appropriations. The Money the people should not be taken from them beyond the needs economical administration and payment just obligations. 6. We Are in Hearty sympathy with All people struggling to free themselves from the environment despotism and especially does the Long and Gallant struggle Ireland for the priceless Boon Home Rule and the right manhood awaken our applause and command our Heartiest Good wishes for speedy Success. 7. We favor such restraints upon corporate Power As Well As protect honest labor and conserve the interests honestly employed capital. We oppose the importation contract labor and the Landing aliens for permanent residence who do not in tend to become citizens the United states. 8. We recommend to Congress the repeal All duties whatever upon industries combined into trusts to erect monopolies organized into syndicates to control corrupt legislation elections retard production and deprive labor steady employment Aud adequate compensation. 9. We approve the action the democratic members the legislature in their support the Bill founding the Ohio soldiers and sailors Home at Sandusky Aud we denounce the Republican majority for their insufficient appropriations for the same and for the Opha Iise Home at Xenia. We demand Liberal expenditures for these institutions adequate to the wants the state. Vote for Cleveland and Tariff Reform. Money saved in purchasing your goods is Money earned. The letter to lord Sackville West was gotten up by Patrick Egan sex president the Irish National league. The scheme was arranged last August and was sprung too soon. The intention was to publish it next wednesday the 31st. Section 7063 the revised statutes Ohio says a a whoever at any election Marks the ballot any elector hands a marked ballot to him to vote with intent to ascertain How he voted shall be fined not More than $50 and imprisoned not More than to republicans Are very bitter in their denunciations Rev. Pittenger because he has concluded to vote for Cleveland and Thurman. They say him that it is a pity he was not Hung along with Captain Andrews. That is Republican patriotism with a vengeance to speak thus one who suffered the horrors prison life and faced the danger that Rev. Pittenger did. Next tuesday is the Day let every Democrat be the Alert next tuesday morning. Go to the polls and vote Early. It will greatly Aid those who have charge the poll sheets. They can Tell better what votes will have to be brought in. See that every Democrat vote is polled and get As Many republicans As possible who Are tired unnecessary taxes to vote with you. Let the democratic majority be above former years. We have a Good ticket from beginning to the ending. Stand by it. Halt be american citizens and consider that you May yet be freemen. This is our last Appeal to you before you take the step to throw off the Yoke taxation unnecessarily imposed the step that will cause you to Bow Down to trusts Money Sharks heartless corporations and endless tax burdens. Assert your Freedom now while you May and Deposit your ballot accordingly. Next tuesday is the Day for weal woe. This is the great epoch your life. Of for a thousand tongues to proclaim from every Hill Dale and Valley the importance maintaining the right to govern yourselves and to sustain that equal right that nature Grants to every citizen our land Rich poor White Black. So maintain that equal right that civilized government vouchsafed to every citizen restricted Only by the necessary burdens taxation to maintain that equal right that the divine Law Grants to every human being. Wage earner will you see the promised land will you like the children Israel keep murmuring and Coni playing and for years be Content to pick up not the manna from heaven a but the pittance granted you by the trusts and Money Sharks whose coffers you fill under the delusion Protection to yourselves ? think it. Can you tax yourselves Rich can you lighten your Burden by making your necessaries life dearer ? if it was Ever True that the protected manufacturer divided his profits and gave you the employee a the legitimate proportion As your wage earnings would you then be Ben fitted your tax burdens be easier when you then turn consumer and pay it out again by an increased Price the clothing your wife and children Wear for food and in fact everything you consume. Would you be enriched by taking Money out one pocket and putting it into another As this Protection policy does with the wage earner is it not a fact that your earnings go right Back to the manufacturer in the same ratio you received it ? but the manufacturer does not even Divide with you he curtails your wages. You Are compelled to resort to Protection by organizing societies and then you Are not Able to Cope with the monies Kings. They the manufacturers corporations and trusts Are made not Only by the huge profits received from the High taxed articles consumed by the few hundreds the few thousands who Are in their employ and whom they have gulled by the false theory Protection but they Are fattened by the hundreds thousands labourers All kinds All Over the United states contributing their shares in proportion to the amount consumed. Would a Carnegie haul you Over Scotland in atall Yho coach for thus contributing so magnanimously to his greed ? no if you complained your wages he would import a few foreigners to take your place and by Bis actions he would say to you a you can take what i offer starve a and when the people Are about to Rise up and throw off the Yoke the cry a a Protection is heard. Such Are the circumstances to Day. You Are now called upon by one party to protect your Home fireside and offspring by the other party to protect the millionaire. Do you think More the millionaire than your children where there is centralization wealth there is also centralization Power and the situation in the United states to Day is becoming alarming. The result will be to Drift from a Republican form government to that oppressive and tyrannical form where the people Are known As landlords and tenants. Do you want to see this fair land where our Pilgrim fathers planted the seed Freedom enslaved by an aristocracy ? Stop and ask yourself the question next tuesday a is not this True is there not danger wealth becoming too powerful when in the hands the few a about two Hundred people now own Over half the wealth our fair land How is this brought about the unjust and unequal taxes imposed by the government is one the great sources this evil. We have a Brave and patriotic president who is trying to save the people from this excessive Burden. He is handicapped by the tools the trusts and monies Kings who As representatives the Republican party do their bidding and share the spoils. You Are asked to reelect him that the Battle the people against monies Power May be continued and waged hotter and hotter until Justice prevails. Has he not been truly a servant the people has he not truly represented the great principles a Good government a integrity bravery and patriotism ? we Appeal to the Good sense the people and ask that next tuesday each voter Deposit his ballot in favor Good government ? Steubenville Gazette at Leesville in Carroll county a Cleveland and Thurman club was organized a few Days ago and Twenty seven miners who were heretofore rampant republicans signed the Roll. These men further say that out the 300 men employed in the mines there and at Sherrodsville there will not be a dozen if that Many who will not follow their Lead. They have come to the conclusion that wind a a Protection a does not protect the Workingman. It is a Campaign intellect. Clinton Independent Michigan is sure to go democratic november 6th. You done to believe it . Republican ? Well a Washington newspaper Man and a Republican at that who has looked Over the state carefully and personally declares that Michigan will go democratic this fall. The Farmers and working men have had enough a Tariff that robs them for the Benefit Money lords. Michigan will vote for Tariff reduction just As sure As the Sun rises and sets election Day. Another week and the anxiety accompanying a political Campaign one such As the country has not witnessed for Many years and entirely distancing the a a oldest inhabitant a account the Quieti tude displayed will have been closed and the country will move along in the same routine As formerly for this is a government a a the people and for the people. A Republican Tariff Bill. The Republican Senate Tariff Bill puts Coal and Bromine both the free list. How do the republicans propose to hoodwink the miners Pike run and Goshen with their cry a a Protection a it is raising quite a consternation among the miners to find that this would be great Protection party is demanding free Trade in Coal. Some republicans Are trying to deny it but if you Send to wa8hington and get a simile the Senate Bill you will find it True. And yet the miners Are told that the democratic policy is free Trade and that the Republican policy is Protection. Truly the Republican party has All the colors the Rainbow. The present administration is compelled to Purchase Bonds before they Are due at a High Premium to prevent a Money panic. Sixty million dollars has already been paid out in this Way to keep Down the surplus. There would be locked up in the Treasury today about one Hundred and fifty millions dollars surplus if this was not done. This Money should be left with the people. But the Republican policy is to increase that surplus rather than diminish it. Public sentiment however drove them to formulate the Senate Bill to satisfy the demand for a redemption the increasing surplus. Every True american should demand a True Reform not a hog Wash Reform like the Senate Bill. Lord Sackville West the British minister at Washington permitted himself to be trapped by some Republican writing him claiming to be an englishman but a citizen the United states and asking How he should vote at the coming election. He answered the letter construing the policy the president As being for political effect. Lie had no right As a foreign minister to express his private views in the matter. The letter was signed by a fictitious name and immediately being answered it was published broadcast Over the u. By the republicans papers and used by Republican stumpers to the effect that Cleveland favored England and in turn was a favorite with England Etc. This aroused such indignation that the British government was requested to recall West. The mass meeting. There was quite a democratic rally in Lawrence township tuesday evening last. The meeting was ably addressed by a gentleman from Canton whose name we failed to learn and prof. C. C. Forney new Philadelphia and j. Ii. Mitchel canal Dover. There was a Large audience present who listened attentively for Over two hours. There was also a Large torchlight procession. The Navarre boys with their silk plug hats and each carrying a Nice lantern made a Fine appearance. They were a Noble looking set Fellows. The democracy Lawrence and Sandy townships Are All up and hustling. Prof. Forney and . Mitchell make an excellent team for a stumping tour. The prof. A gets there like an old professional stumper. Indianapolis Sentinel the men who Are Howing the loudest about a a free Trade and a pauper Labory Are the very men who have done the most to depress wages in this country who have fought the trades unions the most earnestly who have imported labor from Europe under contract to take the place american working Ren and who have hired the Pinkerton butchers to shoot Down the latter when they attempt to assert their rights. It is the greatest mystery in the world How a single Labouring Man in the whole country can be hum bugged into believing that these men Are in favor any system which compels them to pay higher wages than they otherwise would. In readjusting the burdens Federal taxation a sound Public policy requires that such our citizens As have built up Large and important industries under present conditions should not be suddenly and to their injury deprived advantages to which they have adapted their business but if the Public Good requires it they should be Content with such condition As shall Deal fairly Aud cautiously with their interests while the just demand the people for Relief from needless taxation is honestly Cleveland s second annual Mes sail be december 1886. If the Republican Senate Bill was to become a Law thus placing alcohol used in the arts the free list the internal Revenue officers would have a Fine time it. Aii the alcohol that could be manufactured would be claimed for that purpose. There is no Way to discriminate and enormous frauds would be the result. It would become the cheap drink. One pint alcohol weakened with water would make about three pints drinkable stuff. It is surely cheap drink our Republican politicians want. When Cotton was put the free list the South did not raise the sectional cry. No one but a demagogue would raise it now. The Wool growing interest effects the South in the same degree that it does the North. See in another column the number sheep grown in the Southern states. Rice and sugar Are both Cut Down the Tariff list. Gov. Hill very aptly said in his Brooklyn speech a a i never believed in the old doctrine the republicans that a Public debt was a National Blessing and i done to believe that a High tax is a pub lie Blessing. A a Plain dealer. Every Man who in the name Protection draws a million a half a million from the sweat other menus brows is opposed to the reelection Grover Cleveland the consistent Champion lower taxes and economical government. A Plain dealer. An Exchange says a a it is better to be right than be Well Cleveland Sall right and with it we think he is going to be president again too. Cleveland has Given the people a clean and honest administration. Let Wel enough alone is a Good motto this fall thursday last the mass meeting the democracy the county blossomed Forth exulting by. The Many Days rain and the almost impassable condition the roads had cast a gloom Over the democracy Tuscarawas for they feared the meeting would not be a Success. The Sun shone brightly and the Day was quite pleasant while Many smiles lit up the faces the throng an Omen their Confidence in a glorious Victory november 6th. Toward noon the people were gathering from All quarters although their wagons and buggies gave evidence the terrible condition the roads. A Large delegation from York township arrived at about twelve clock and also a delegation fro Sugarcreek. They were Eton West High Street by the marshal the Day his aides and the new Philadelphia City band and escorted up into the City amid the applause the waiting throng with the exception a few Young republicans who thought they could break the Force the display with yells for Harrison. The Ragersville and Shanesville bands and a drum corps headed the delegation and each had appropriate banners and transparencies Flung to the Breeze. Following later came the Mineral Point delegation Over the c. Amp p. Branch headed by an excellent drum corps. The canal Dover band was also present making including the new Philadelphia band in All four bands present. A speakers stand had been erected the Public Square and about two clock a Large crowd was addressed by Hon. Judge Stillwell Holmes county and lion. Boston g. Young Marion. Judge Stillwell occupied at least two hours in making his speech which was a Complete refutation Republican heresies and false proclamations and a full exposition their false promises and their Protection platform. Hon. Boston g. Young followed the judge with a Short speech. In the evening it looked As though democrats were hanging every Bush in the neighbourhood when suddenly a torchlight procession made its appearance with unique banners and transparencies and immediately marched to the c. P. Depot to receive the Dover delegation which came Over 500 Strong carrying Tollies banners and transparencies and headed by the canal Dover band. From thence the procession proceed up North Broadway around the Square forming a grand array Light fully Over one half mile in length and assembled in front the court House where amid the firing rockets and roman candles they gave vent to the wildest enthusiasm. The bands and drum corps playing Lively airs added much to the spirit the occasion. From the Square the procession marched to music Hall and dispersed. The streets were crowded with men women and children to witness the Parade. Republicans who were chuckling Over the Outlook in the Forenoon now put Long faces. It completely surprised them. The crowd As Many As could be seated in music Hall assembled. The meeting was addressed by Hon. Boston g. Young who expounded the democratic doctrine in an intelligent Way. Both speakers were Able and gave the greatest satisfaction. The meeting was a Success in every particular. Notes. The Ragersville band again made its appearance in the City and discoursed excellent music As also did the Shanes Ville band. Judge Stillwell rather caught some Well read republicans in a trap in his speech thursday. He read an extract from a pamphlet reiterating in part the policy the democratic party at present and then solicited any person a who did not agree with that doctrine to hold up his several went up and the judge blandly informed them that he had just read an extract from one Gen. Grants speeches and produced the pamphlet to verify his statement. It was too bad for republicans to disagree with the statements one the most honoured presidents. The transparencies Over the streets and the decorations the different business houses were appropriate and unique in design. Bandanas were plentiful and decorated quite extensively some members the different delegations. One Over zealous Republican wanted to hang out a Banner but was persuaded not to by a Milder brother. No rows no fights and the Day passed away peaceably with everything done up in Good order. The canal Dover band rendered excellent music during the Day and received Hearty applause. The Mineral City drum corps Mineral Point is Good organization. They serenaded the Sherman House and departed for Home late in the afternoon. It took three four coaches to bring in the Mineral Point delegation. Dove rites did not leave the City until nearly twelve their train did not depart until that hour. The York township delegation swung their Banner to the Breeze which was won by them in 1887, a present from the county democratic executive committee. The cavalry was no Small feature the Day Parade and brought up the rear in a soldiery manner. Dover township gave us a big delegation in the evening in fact the largest in the procession under the leadership Joseph ii. Ebright a gentleman that Dover May Well be proud and in this respect they Are As he was selected As chairman the democratic club that City and is at present a member the City Council. He is the youngest Soldier in Tuscarawas county who carried a Musket in the rebellion a distinction that does him credit and aside from this he is a staight Forward honest Democrat. The Cleveland and Canton narrow gauge Railroad will be changed to the Standard gauge the third sunday in november. The rolling Stock is now ready. This will be a great improvement and will Benefit the towns along the line in Tuscarawas county As Well As Coshocton. Remember that the times office is Well equipped to turn out first class Job work at reasonable rates. Doings the week. Vote Early. Vote Early tuesday morning. Vote for Cleveland and Thurman the total registration Columbus Ohio is 20,337. Some merchants Are already laying in their Stock Holiday goods. Louis s. Crawford this City was granted an increase pension monday. Democrats examine your tickets before voting and see that they Are not scratched. The total Cost improvements the Pennsylvania system will reach $3,000,000. Go to the times office for Job printing. A first class outfit always does Good work. The Farmers review says the Ohio potato crop a acreage 156,963, average 96 bushels total 15,068,448 by. Jesse Janies jr., Only heir the outlaw is fifteen years age and works for governor Crittenden Missouri. It is said that the Gilsey House will change ownership but continue the same management for some time yet. For the Best advertising medium in Tuscarawas county go to the times. It has the largest circulation any paper in the county. Twelve business houses were destroyed by fire saturday night at Kervin Kansas. Loss $37,000, insured. It was the work incendiaries. The republicans will have a big Blowout saturday. Sex congressman and sex minister to China John a. Bingham Harrison county will do the rating. Our City a visitors. A Beautiful slate roof now adorns the residence . Irwin East front Street. It was put by . Knisely this City who is an expert at that business. The 11 old roman a was Given a rousing reception at Wheeling tuesday and Lis trip along the b. Amp From Columbus was one Acton pained by ovations everywhere. Shipments from the pipe works and rolling Mill have been heavy this week and growing heavier every Day. Shipments were made this week to Points As far As Memphis tenn., and new Orleans la. The a a Good tidings Day service at the m. E. Church last sunday morning was a successful affair. The Church was fitly decorated and the Little ones acquitted themselves with credit. A goodly sum was realized. A fellow Down at Martins ferry monday wanted to bet $300 Harrison. He showed the Money and was shortly afterwards robbed it. The chances Are that if he had bet he would have lost it any Way so lie quit even. Stories Are afloat in newspapers that China will exclude americans from living in China because the exclusion Bill passed by Congress. No official information has been received however at the chinese legation. Or. Isaac Shaffer has lately taken Possession the hotel stand at Bolivar which was lately kept by . Bidwell. Or. Shaffer seems to be the right Man in the right place. He sets an excellent table and we found him to be an affable and pleasant gentleman and wish him Success. Or. Bidwell has taken Possession one the hotels at Mineral Point. Peter Smith Frank Radebaugh and same a Baird were a Gay party new Philadelphia nimrods Wiio invaded the wilds near Phillipsburg monday. From what information we can gain we hear Peter shot into a Hock pheasants a a just for fun a and the result the shot cannot yet be fully substantiated As the air was All shot to pieces. The boys brought Down Well we promised not to Tell but it was big game though. Capt. Owens our candidate for Congress addressed the Cleveland and Thurman club this City monday evening. We were pleased to meet the gentleman and hear his scathing expositions Republican hobbies and insincere promises Reform. Or. Owens is a Man that will ably represent the District. He was a Soldier in the War and can sympathize with the boys but he cannot be made to believe the administration is unfriendly to the Soldier and affirms the contrary that the history the past three and a half years refutes All such allegations. Capt. Owens will have 4,500 majority. Or. George Welty Urbana is spending a few Days in our City. Little Virginia Fribley we Are sorry to learn Lias Scarlet fever. Or. Allen Getzman Carrolton is quite sick with Scarlet fever. Several members the family . Alexander have Scarlet fever. Or. Morley Williams East Liverpool is visiting friends in this place. Messes. Thompson and Shaw Coshocton were in our City last week. Or. Maughiman Somerdale gave the times a very pleasant Call thursday last. Or. John Seiler and wife Massillon a were the guests . And mrs Dittmar this week. Wee Donald the Little son mrs. Allen Smith Kansas City who Lias been quite ill is convalescing. Charleine and Ruby the two Little daughters . And mrs. Lender Shott Are very Siek with diphtheria. The children . Sam Miller living West Ray Street who have been Down with Scarlet fever Are now entirely Well. Little Carl Zeilner is very Siek with lung fever and Louie his Little brother has just recovered from a severe attack pneumonia. Or. And mrs. Samuel Fultz . And . T. Mccullough . And mrs. C. Donehey and miss Kittie Klumick Sun Daved at a. I. Gribble a. W. Rolli the genial and whole souled Post master at Stone Creek beamed in us thursday last. Or. Rolli is an enthusiastic Democrat and took part in the Parade in the evening. President Chamberlain Gene a manager Oscar Townsend and other officials the c. L. Amp w. Road made a tour Over the line in an Observatory car passing South yesterday and Are bound northward to Day. Miss Carrie Roll old town Valley was taken very Siek last thursday with a congestive chill and was for several Days in a very dangerous condition hut under the Good care . Otis she is now out danger. Miss Blanche Warren who was teaching for miss Mallie Patrick who for some time has been suffering with Quincy was herself taken quite sick last Friday in consequence which the 14th room had vacation that Day. When the new Philadelphia water works company wanted printing done it went to St. Louis to get its pamphlets giving a rules and regulations and to an Indiana town for other work. When the Dennison water Supply co. Wanted the same kind work done it got it Here at Home at the chronicle office and in better style too. I seems very strange that the new Philadelphia company had to go so far from Home for that kind service when it has four English printing offices in its Tuscarawas chronicle. That is the Way All our manufacturing establishments and Public improvements do. They Are not willing to Benefit the Community that aided them because they think they can get their printing done a few cents cheaper at the larger printing houses. And yet they howl Protection Protection the dear proprietors want to be protected and grumble because the poor consumer wants to buy in the cheapest Market a privilege they claim for themselves. It is the Way they Are made brother Graham. Miscellaneous items. Rev. We. Pittenger author a daring and suffering a and the hero the Andrews expedition into Central Georgia and who has been a life Long Republican announces his intention voting for Cleveland and Thurman. He writes from Hightstown n. J., the Dale oct. 17th, to Steubenville friends and the press As follows Hightstown n. J., oct. 17th, 18s8. I have Learned with Surprise that my position in reference to the coming election is discussed with some heat in Steubenville. 1 vote according to my convictions right in each contest allowing every other voter the same privilege. Yet i am told that your paper Speaks me As a former a a bitter Republican who had been converted to the democracy words to that effect the other hand one my army companions has declared that if i vote for Cleveland a a he is sorry i was not hanged with other members the Andrews raid a and a a a score others in Steubenville would be glad to hear some bad Luck befalling now Titis is All Mere chatter. I have not been a a converted and have not a gone Back my i hold just the same views regarding slavery disunion tscc., that i held during the War and if the issues Between the parties were the same to Day As then 1 would be the same Side still. But i never believed in High tariffs in taxing the whole Community Lor the Benefit a few. Every cent raised by the government More than is needed for the purposes government 1 believe to be a wrong done to the tax payer. The presidents message and the Mills Bill meet my cordial approval and 1 do not regard the taunt a a free Trade a any More than i used to regret the taunt a abolitionism a therefore 1 expect to vote for the presidents re election. Very truly yours we. Pittenger. A family feud revived. Or. T. Of Donell went out to get a bucket Coal last Friday evening and his foot caught a Plank Laid for a walk and lie was thrown suddenly Forward striking his head with such Force that it rendered him insensible. He is much better to Day. Wool growers and free Wool. Texas has 5,500,000 sheep and her entire delegation in congress�?11 in ally voted for tie free Wool Tariff Bill. Pennsylvania has 950,000 sheep and cast 20 votes against the free Wool Tariff and 6 in favor it. Michigan has 2,100,000 sheep and cast 5 votes for the free tool Tariff and six against it. Rhode Island has 20,000 sheep and East i r solid vote 2 against a free Wool Tariff. Minnesota has 300,000 sheep and cast 4 votes including one Republican for free Wool Tariff and one against it. Missouri has 1,100,000 sheep and East 12 votes for a free Wool Tariff and two against it. Massachusetts has 69,000 sheep and cast 7 votes against a free Wool Tariff and four in favor it. Georgia has 500,000 sheep and cast a solid vote to in favor a free Wool Tariff. Maine Lias $500,000 sheep and cast a solid vote 4 against a free Wool Tariff. North Carolina has 500,000 sheep and cast 7 votes for free Wool Tariff and two against it. New Hampshire has 200,000 sheep and cast a solid vote 2 against a free Wool Tariff. Tennessee has 500,000 sheep and cast 8 votes for free Wool Tariff and 2 against it. Indiana Lias 1,000,000 sheep and cast 6 votes for a free Wool Tariff and seven against it. Illinois has 800,000 sheep and cast 14 votes against a free Wool Tariff and six in its favor. Arkansas Lias 220,000 sheep and cast a solid vote five in favor a free Wool Tariff. New Jersey has 100,000 sheep and cast 5 votes against a free Wool Tariff and 2 in its favor. Alabama has 300,000 sheep and cast a solid vote 8 in favor a free Wool Tariff. These facts exhibited by the vote the new Tariff Hill in the House saturday certainly show that the demand for taxed Wool does not come from the Wool growers hut from partisan demands for a s the necessaries life to sustain monopoly control taxation upon Consumers. A Philadelphia in 1 tints. 5,000 pictures free. Court common pleas. Second assignment jury cases. A a will they consent a is a Large magnificent engraving printed upon a Sheet 19 inches wide by 24 Long it is an exact copy an original painting by Kwall which was sold for 5,000 dollars. This valuable picture is fitting to adorn the Walls any ladies parlor and in order to offer an extraordinary inducement to introduce our Wax starch this costly picture will be Given away free to every person purchasing a Small Box Wax starch. Ask your grocer for Wax starch and obtain this Beautiful and costly picture free. The Wax starch co., 44w4 Keokuk Iowa. Hurrah for Cleveland and Thurman. The terrys Ani Wagoner again engaged in a bloody fight. St. Lons october 28. I. Gilmore representing an Eastern wholesale firm has just returned from the Kings River District in Northern Arkansas. He reports a fresh outbreak the Terry Wagoner feud in that Section. Last january three the Terry Brothers and two the Wagoner father and son were killed. Recently Sam Meeks a Cousin the Wagoner went to the Indian territory and during his absence John and Miles Terry brought a charge horse stealing against him and secured a special appointment to Glt it after him. They captured and killed Meeks reporting that lie had attempted to escape. Tuesday night last the Wagoner faction retaliated by killing Miles Terry and fatally wounding John. Col. Garrett the Wagoner crowd was killed and Cyrus w. Davis seriously wounded during the fight. A slice East Africa. Great Britain has just taken her share East Africa by annexing a slice from the sea coast to Lake Nyassa North Zanzibar about As Large As Pennsylvania with a population some 2,000,-000. The Region is to be worked by a new East Africa company which has been organized for the purpose and it is claimed that nearly half the tract is at an Elevation High enough to make it As Cool As Southern Europe. The acquisition at All events gives great Brit Ain one the but St harbours the coast at mom Hassa a place no one knows now but which history will doubtless make familiar when the great struggle for East Africa Leslie s. Atchison Globe a a backward turn backward time in thy flight a Rake up a suicide just for to night i am so weary news that is stale writing up drunkards Ami vagrants in jail writing the people who buy up some ground writing old chestnuts cattle in Pound weary chasing till torn Are my shoes Rake up some news Mother Rake up some news. Backward turn backward tide the years take me again to the time when the Beers Frothy and foaming were drank by the pail and people got full and were run off to jail. Lets have a murder shooting worse lets have a scandal thrilling divorce to work a paper would give you the blues Rake up some news Mother Rake up some news. Brooklyn citizen candidate Harri songs scheme to get rid the surplus by handing it Over to the Bond speculators in the Guise premiums for the government Bonds they May have to sell does not strike Farmers mechanics with any degree favor. Yet there will be millions in it for the Bond ring. The fact that none its members Are coming Forward with big contributions to the Republican Campaign fund shows How hopeless they consider that party a chances for Success. The Farmers pay a Bounty to the agricultural implement makers 45 per cent. Every particle clothing they Wear pays 67 per cent. The lumber in their cottages barns frames hot houses is taxed $2 per 1,000 feet to sustain tin Timber princes in Michigan Maine Georgia Etc. Every Nail and Bolt every Inch Chain every loot rope sail cloth twine every Yard bagging is burdened from 25 to 114 per cent. The banners has to pay the a peal. A mortgage the it. Vernon Coshocton amp Wheeling Railroad was Given to recorder Harraman yesterday to be recorded. The mortgage is drawn in favor win. C. Cooper it. Vernon and covers the property the Road to the extent $6,500,000. The Road when completed is to run from Martins ferry opposite Wheeling throw Belmont Jeff Erson Harrison Tuscarawas Coshocton Knox Morrow and Marion counties terminating at Marion a Marion Mirror. Remember that . Salm Columbus Ohio the celebrated German oct list Aurist and optician will be at the Exchange hotel new Philadelphia o., nov. 5th. Those who Are afflicted with diseases the Eye ear Throat and catarrhal troubles will do Well to Call and consult him. Many have been cured in this Vicinity. 45wl English pique kid gloves sold Only at the store mrs. Ii. B. Hay West monday november 19. Ohio v John Young and Jasper Shissler. Tuesday nov. 20. Ohio v Patrick h read. Ohio v Doratha Bunch. Wednesday nov. 21. Harriet m Young v John Simetz Constable. Cleveland Orain amp Wheeling Kkt Andrew Deis. Thursday nov. 22. Joseph Sampliner it Al v John a Hostetler Assignee Etc. .1 c Brend tic co v same. 11 Landerman amp co v same. Wood Brown amp co v same. Albert Wise v George w Bowers. Joseph Horne amp co v j a Hostetler. P bakery a sons amp co v Thomas West Constable. A n Sampliner amp co v John Woodman Constable. Bomberger Bloom co v j a Hostetler Etc. Welker so Reiss v same. r Burnham v same. Friday nov. 23. Virginia Bailey v l Wallick. Edward Rosemond v Ernst Schmidt. Monday nov. 26. Harding a Meek v Henry Harmon. Samuel Labold v Hartford ins co. A b Chase amp co v j f Kughler it Al. Tuesday nov. 27. A Illiam Miller v Jacob Schupe. John i Otis v Susan Swihart. Wednesday nov. 28. D c Gentsch v Oliver Knisely. a Hostetler v c j Mclean. Thursday nov. 29. We Woodruff v Geo w Bowman. Geo w Lii Iden v Nelson Shoals. Friday nov. 30. Walter Lund v Willis it Crater. Nannie Mcmilleni v Ann Graham. Gorman Staley v a has Walton. Saturday dec. 1. Paterson j unkind v a j Wilkin. Renews her youth. Mrs. Phoebe Chesley Peterson Cla county Iowa tells the following remarkable Story the truth which i vouched for by the residence the town a a i am 73 years old have Bee troubled with kidney complaint an lameness for Many years could no dress myself without help. Now i Ai tree trom All pain and soreness and Ai Able to do All my own housework own my thanks to electric bitters having renewed my youth and remove completely All disease and to a bottle Only 50c at Millers drug Stori f. C. Miller amp so unclaimed letters. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office november 1st, 1888 in Nus Burner miss Anna Burk . Elvis Buss Silas Bucher . Wellington Meese . John Tschudy miss Della Couch our . Karl Hanni . R. Adam Pfeiffer. 1 f not called for in fourteen Days will be sent to the dead letter office. K. P. Degreif i. M. Stanley a Fate. M massacred with All Iii expedition excepting two men. Lille France october 29. The Ichii do Sard states that the president the geographical society rile has received news from Africa lat Henry m. Stanley has been Mas acred with All his expedition except two men. The w. L. Douglas advertised shoes Are widely known everywhere As the Best value for the Money any yet introduced. His celebrated $3.00 calf seamless shoe is perfectly smooth in Ide no tacks Wax thread to Hurt the get and As easy As hand sewed shoes t is a pleasure to Wear them. Read his advertisement appearing in this paper rom tune to time. Walton amp Ackey sole agents for new Philadelphia Ohio. 33wl7 property for Sale. Two lots 64x66, with Good two Story Frame dwelling to rooms All Noces Ary outbuildings Good Well and Cistern and a go gtd cellar under the House. Aii kinds fruit. Would sell As a whole Divide. On a Good Street in new Philadelphia. Terms very reasonable. Inquire at times office. 29tf if you want the Best Mill Earth that will grind ear Corn with the Husk and All kinds Grain in the Best possible manner write for circular and prices to Cyrus Mcqueen Gene a agt., 43w3 Baltic Ohio. Another attempt was lately made to blow up the Czar Russia. A Kuban Cossack disguised As an officer was arrested for having explosives his person. He was waiting at the station for his majesty but was arrested five minutes before the Czar arrived. Carpenters in Utah territory receive $3.50 per Day and Are in Strong demand Stone cutters masons and Brick layers from $4 to $4.50 per Day also in demand. Nearly ail tie other trades Are Well paid and fully employed so says governor West that territory. Thirteen whaling vessels Are ice bound in the Arctic Ocean with five six Hundred men Board. Their provisions May not last them until they Are freed. The steamers Freedman and thrasher have gone to their Relief. Eli Perkins the Boss liar was knocked Down by a proprietor a railway restaurant at Winchester ky., for calling the gentleman an ugly name. He lied the wrong Way that trip. For Sale Trade a Good five year old Ilam letonian Tuc Keyho stallion Well broke and gentle. Will give a bargain. For information inquire at a. _ in

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