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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 29, 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 he ass posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. Stack. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1y . One Inch. $ 1 00 $ 2 00 $ 3 00 $ 5 00 three inches. 2 00 5 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 five cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday november 29, 1888. Number 49. Professional cards. C. Parks m. I physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building. South Broadway. Residence two doors South 0 p depot. 49 prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office in the Mclane Block new Philadelphia Ohio. John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 4.yl j h. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl by Muel 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 Lummel Block second floor. Joseph p. Murphy a livery amp feed stable phillipsburg1i, Ohio. First class rigs for All purposes. Office and stable near Railroad depot. Oct. 25. 44m6 Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat Saf action Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller amp son. 6y2 Babcock Hurd amp co., wholesale grocers 10g a 10 water St., Cleveland. P. Ii. Babcock ii. Hurd. Jr., Charles Babcock 11. A. Bishop Mcclelland Hurd. Wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co., limited new York for the Sale their celebrated a1 Aroma and Bunola brands roasted Coffee. 2iyl the g1lsey 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 tie 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 tie actual cautery. Calls by Telegraph otherwise promptly an severed. Office Over Loutzenhiser s drug store new Philadelphia. Ohio 4yl steam engines boilers and machinery. Engines and boilers for Mill shop farm in every size and style desired and to suit every purpose. Saw Mills and Wood working and feed Mills shafting pulleys belting and Mill supplies. Also a Large lot Good second hand engines and other machinery very Eliepa. Harm is machine depot. 97 pfc 99 first ave., Pittsburgh a. 48yl remodeler refitted and refurnished throw out new $ Johnson t Honse. H. B. West manager 133 Superior Street Cleveland Ohio. Terms�?81.50 to $2.00, according to room. 52yl trios. Ii. Case. L. Golder. Money to loan first mortgage farm Security at Low rates interest. Loans Only taken r three years More and for sums $1,000 my upwards. Privilege making partial payments $10n More Loans granted and Extension time Given when interest is kept up promptly. No commission and no charges for recording mortgages. For further particulars and information address we. Ii. Ross Gene a agent new Philadelphia Ohio. 42m6 october 11, 1888. Notice Sale desperate claims. A i lie uner Sineo will sell at pub a lie auction at 2 clock p. M., saturday december 221. 1888, at the Post office building in lager Seville Ohio the desperate claims belonging to the estate Jacob Krebs jr., deceased. Terms Cash. Abraham Youngen administrator Jacob Krebs . V. Ream attorney. 49w4 co to Montana via the St. Paul Minneapolis an Manitoba Ray. A magnificent daily train service a the Montana will be inaugurated november 10, 1888. Elegant dining cars drawing room sleepers handsome Day coaches free colonist sleepers with Kitchen and lavatory. The Only line to the three great cities Montana 1 for maps and general information inquire your own ticket age to. Or f. I. Whitney St. Paul Minnesota Gene a Pas. And Tkv tags to new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday november 29, 1888. Office in Hummel Block East High St., second floor. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 Wirthe new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in Advance .$1 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Postof lice order to the address the proprietor. A a address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Nearly All the railroads in the West Are doing away with the car stove and the trains will be heated by steam from the engine. President Cleveland will spend his time until Congress meets at Oak View in writing his message. The annoyance at the White House made it necessary. Michigan farms Are mortgaged to the amount 130,000,000. This added to the county and bonded indebtedness the state makes a total $225,000,000 upon which the people Are paying a heavy interest. It now looks As though there would be a contest Between the two candidates for governor West Virginia. The result will be declared by the legislature at its meeting the second wednesday january. Testimony will probably be taken in the matter. Both candidates claim to be elected. Some the Kansas newspapers Are opposing the opening up the Oklahoma territory for settlement. They fear it will attract immigration from Kansas and will be a set Back to the settlement Kansas. We say open it up for homesteaders and let the people find Homes. The Canadian annexation question is being much discussed now a Days. It is claimed that Harrison favors it. If Canada was annexed it would indeed lie hard Bank presidents and Cash ires As it seems to be the Harbor for Many wayward Bankers. But this is All Idle gossip. Great Britain would never let any her Dominion go without a struggle. An attempt to murder a dissolute woman in the Whitechapel neighbourhood was made the night the 20th inst. The fiend made one stroke with the knife and the woman screamed which frightened the murderer and lie ran. He was followed three four Hundred Yards by persons attracted by her screams but the Rascal escaped. He had gone with her to her room. Republicans say that Warner Miller new York the Defeated candidate for governor the Republican ticket should have a Cabinet position. We would inquire what . Miller has done that he merits this Plum ? it is unusual to Reward Defeated candidates. A a a a a voice from some . Hills friends might say a a . Miller permitted himself to be traded to Hill for votes for the hot winds in july killed the Corn in a great portion Western Kansas and has caused a Corn famine. The Railroad commissioners have asked the railroads to haul Corn at half fare rates. The hot winds also killed the Corn the year previous and the people will not he Able to Winter their Stock unless they succeed in buying Corn cheap and having cheap rates. They Are in need Aid in Many places. The state Missouri through her Bald Knob outlaws is making a reputation that will soon out rival the outlaw Erv Kentucky. Five men were captured and Hung to one tree by the nobers who were witnesses in the trial and conviction some the leaders the band a few Days ago for testifying against them. The governor should Send an armed posse to Hunt them Down and kill off the entire Stock. The Connecticut Home prohibition is informed that although a Hundred and Twenty one votes were polled in the town Union last tuesday forty out that number were purchased a viewing the matter from the Temperance standpoint the Home admits that a a the question corruption the ballot would exceed in importance the Saloon question itself were it not that the Saloon is the chief Breeding place the corrupt ors the the Ila dam correspondent the Middleton Conn count it ution rep., speaking the recent election says a a men usually Law abiding and deemed respectable by their fellow citizens openly at the polls bought votes. The two parties were sufficiently Well represented in this respect. Others having the fear god before their eyes As Well their fellow men acquiesced and More secretly did the same thing. It is a common conclusion in this town that we have had enough this. It is the opinion also those who have furnished the Money for this barter they Are crying thirty dollars for a single vote is the editor the Mercury sends greeting to his father in Ohio and would inquire in All kindness a a what a the matter with Thurman a it occurs to us he a too old to run Well. P. �?our a a papa is a , Kinsley Kansas. Bro. Hebron you surely have not heard from Ohio. Thurman Cut Down the plurality Given Blaine 11,000 one significant fact is that it was in a state too where they howled a a free Trade a like a set a a no doubt your father feels proud the old roman and also feels sorry his son has taken to the changeable influences a Kansas climate. Doings the week. Our City a visitors. Unheard bargains in dry goods at Fribley a cons just now. Rumor says there will be a High toned wedding South Broadway this City soon. Ladies hats below Cost at mrs. Ii. B. Hayes millinery store. We Are overstocked for the season and must reduce it. Call soon if you want a bargin. 49-lw Canton held a Little Jubilee Over the change in the A Railroad from a narrow Guage to a Standard Guage the 22nd. Carrollton folks feel elated Over the change also. Thomas Rawlins coloured Quot charged with murdering James Sweet in the Early part the summer was found guilty assault and Battery Only at new Lisbon last week. The evidence showed that the White Man James Sweet was in the wrong. The marriage . W. Mcdermott and miss Ida Rufer the accomplished daughter Samuel Rufer this City will take place this thanksgiving evening at the residence the brides parents. May Joy and happiness be with them through life. Bad roads and miserable weather have loaded Down our shelves with fall and Winter dry goods which we Are offering at wholesale Cash Price until january 1. Remember at Bare Cost. Come Early. Fribley amp co., new Philadelphia Ohio. 49w2 the following marriage licenses have been issued Thomas f. Scott and Flora Mathews Jilton Williams and Samantha Miller William w. Keller and Alice j. Baker Jacob Kron and Anna Maurer Thomas ii. Sharp and Jary e. Teal Samuel e. Mcelroy and Matilda marshal William s. Adams and Keturah Bradley. We see that the correspondent the advocate from new Cumberland last week a a dubbed a us the chaplain the Crew the Salt River boat. While acting in that capacity we will offer up a prayer for a a Eli and Toby a that they May repent their wicked ways and vote in the interest the Labouring Man hereafter rather than for the Money Kings. And More especially for a Deli a that he will not be guilty again getting off his a a gags a lady because she held a Post office under a democratic administration. A Deli a that was very naughty. Or. W. Knight who was one the Little band Union soldiers detailed to go Down into Georgia during the rebellion to capture a train and Burn the Bridges behind them will lecture two nights in december that famous ride and will also exhibit a Pana Rama the scenes and incidents the trip. Those you who have read Pittinger a Book the daring exploits will readily see that it will be an interesting lecture. Some the boys were executed As spies and the lecturer and . Pittinger were among those who were not executed let every one turn out to hear him. The Case the state Ohio against Jasper Shisler and John Young charged with the crime burglary and larceny attracted no Little attention in common pleas court last week. There were Over one Hundred witnesses. Or. A. O. Barnes a member the Cadiz bar made a Gallant fight for the boys and cleared them. This was the first suit for . Barnes in Tuscarawas county and he won Many complimentary remarks for the manner and skill with which he managed his Case. He was deliberate and tool headed and thoroughly understood every Branch his Case. By hard study and great Energy . Barnes has pulled to the front and Well merits the rank he now sustains As one the Foremost attorneys the Harrison county bar. He is courteous to All and conscientious and dignified in his arguments which carries conviction to the minds the jurors. Litigants can Well Trust their business to him. The libel Case against p. H. Read editor the Standard came to a close saturday Forenoon after a three Days struggle. The Case was hotly contested. The state was ably assisted by . T. Of Donnell. Or. Fletcher Dou Thituc and j. A. D. Richards made an Able defense for . Read but Weie unable to Clear him. The jury brought in a verdict shortly after retiring for deliberations. The penalty for libel is a Fine not to exceed $500, imprisonment in county jail not to exceed six month both at the discretion the court. A motion will be made for a new trial and if not granted the Case will be taken up error to the circuit court. The penalty Sentance the court will not be passed until the motion for a new trial has been disposed . The costs in the Case will amount to at least $300, and it is Likely the court will take that into consideration in assessing the Fine and make it a Mere nominal one. Some complaint has been made to us that the times does not arrive at Baltic Ragersville Shanesville and Dundee until saturday evening each week the greater portion the time. We wish to say to our readers that the fault does not rest with us. There is no reason Why the times should not arrive Friday regular. We mail it thursday and the first mail that carries papers to these Points leaves Here at 11 clock the L. A w. Road and it is then transferred to the Panhandle and carried to Coshocton by half past one and then transferred to the A c., that delivers the mails to the Points mentioned and if these trains Are time there is no reason Why the papers should not arrive at these Points Friday. Postal clerks Are sometimes at fault. The packages Are sometimes carried to Columbus the Panhandle and then returned saturday. This should not occur. Newspaper packages Are easy to Assort and should not be carried past. We shall Endeavor to ascertain where the fault is and get the papers to Timeir destination Friday. De. Laughead eats Turkey in Cadiz to Day. _ John ready is spending a few Days in Pittsburg. Mrs. B. F. Stewart Canton is visiting in this City. Or. Amp mrs. Author Brown spend today in Massillon. Dick James returned Home monday from a visit to Louisville key. John Burry went to newcomer town yesterday to ship dried apples. De. Walter is going up to eat Turkey with a a Dan Stewart Canton. Miss Gertrude Spence entertains next Friday evening the a a euchre club. John Joss and Frank Reidenbaugh went to Winesburgh to return thanks. Miss Helen Dick is giving a dinner party to her friends today wednesday. Miss Ella Burry went to Cleveland today to partake a thanksgiving dinner. The Young men this City will give a dance in Eagle Hall thanksgiving night. C. L. Mcllvain who is attending school in Wooster is Home for thanksgiving. Or. And mrs. W. P. Wells Anita and and Willie have returned from their new York trip. Miss Lizzie Lawton Fremont Ohio is the guest miss Fannie Sargent North Broadway. Miss kit Hummell is spending thanksgiving with miss Lyda Scott Cambridge. Or. And mrs. Leroy Mcgregor spend thanksgiving with friends near new Cumberland. Miss Bessie Hoover spent last Sabbath with miss Maine Thompson Uhrichsville. Miss Carrie Houpt is spending thanksgiving with miss Beck More head Uhrichsville. Mrs. John Tipton Richmond ind., has returned to her Home in that City after a visit eight months. Miss Moore Missouri has come to spend the Winter with her aunt mrs. Jackson East 11 High Street. The lutheran mite society meets next Friday evening at the residence mrs. Jennie Kline East High St. Or. And mrs. Jessee d. Elliott went to Lorain to Day to eat thanksgiving Turkey with . And mrs. Robert Mitchner. Mrs. Alvin Vinton accompanied by her sons Al. And Plin and mrs. Holmes Start for California first december. Or. And mrs. Howard White Cleveland spend to Day thanksgiving with her parents . And mrs. Coventry this City. Miss Lou Wilson accompanied by miss Mamie Criswell go to spend thanksgiving at the Home the former in Canton. Charles Sliffe returned Home after a few Days visit with Rev. Dodd and family. Mrs. Sliffe will remain with her parents a few Days longer. Conotton Valley times James Kal Denbaugh new Philadelphia was a guest at the residence l r. Ii. Stephenson East Market Street last sunday. _ . Henry Kurtz Burgoin Kentucky aged 71 years is visiting his two Brothers . I. Kurtz and Daniel Kurtz this City aged respectively 77 and 79 years. They have a sister living in Steubenville aged 89 years making a family four persons very mature years. Or. Henry Kurtz still works at his Trade that Saddler though quite wealthy and is regarded As the oldest Man in the state Kentucky engaged in that business. He left this county for Kentucky in 1836. He visited Here in 1856 and is Here now in 1888. Time has dealt gently with this family. Died death silently entered the family Circle . Overton Dodd the 25th inst. And claimed mrs. Mina. Dodd his wife. Or. Overton Dodd and miss Mina Arthur were married at Findlay Ohio May 13th, 1888, and were living in the family Rev. Dodd this place. Mrs. Dodd was stricken Down with typhoid fever and after an illness about Twenty Days the spirit fled to its maker. The deceased was not quite 18 years old when her earthly Hopes were shut out in death. Though Young she was an amiable and Loving wife. She United with the Church at the age 13. Her visions Earth were darkened but death could not Darken her Hopes eternal life. We sorrow not As those who have no Hope. In this Case it was a child god called Home. The funeral services took place at the residence Rev. Dodd tuesday Forenoon. Elder a. P. Frost Uhrichsville officiated. The father and Mother the deceased . And mrs. T. G. Arthur and their two daughters and Little son Findlay o., and mrs. Mason Medina o., were in attendance at the funeral the loved one. The husband and friends the deceased have the sympathy Many friends. The infant daughter . And mrs. Harvey Miller died last tuesday and was interred wednesday. Think for thyself one Good idea known to be thine own is better than a thousand gleaned from Fields by others sown. Or. Owens majority. Below we give the majority that each congressional candidate in this District received by counties at the recent election Owens maj. Lubers Jerk a Holmes. 2,144 Coshocton. 753 Tuscarawas. 799 Licking. 1,282 Muski Ngum. 353 deduct Muski Ngum. 4,978 353 too 353 Owens majority. 4,626 thus it will be seen that capt. Owens received the handsome majority in the District 4,626. This is the largest majority Ever received by any candidate in this District. This result is especially Gratifying to get. Owens numerous friends and to his party generally. It is a fitting tribute to a Brave and honest Man and a True Democrat. A Man who defended his country a Best interests the Field Battle and who will guard those interests As Sac redly in the Halls legislation. We predict that capt. Owens will make one the Best and most successful members Congress this District Ever had. This unprecedented majority is the highest compliment that his constituency could have possibly bestowed upon him and is a compliment worthily advocate. A terrible storm swept the Atlantic coast the night the 25th sunday Many vessels were wrecked and quite a number people lost. There was great loss shipping. The majority the vessels were loaded with Coal. Captain Joshua James with his life saving Crew Hull made a heroic Effort to save the men the vessels cast ashore and against the rocks and was successful in saving 28 persons. Twelve Coal barges heavily loaded went Down in the Bay new York. A tug boat came along in time to save the people Board the barges. Cottages and bathing houses at Long Branch were wrecked and washed away by the High seas making a loss $300,000. Damage was not so great at Cape May although some buildings were wrecked and the water driven up Michigan Avenue so that boats had to be used to get out the houses. The depot and part the track at Manhattan Beach was swept away. Other buildings were carried away. Out a Crew 16 men a fishing Schooner at Scituate mass., one Only escaped when driven ashore and crushed to pieces. At Atlantic City n. J., a number people who were watching the sea were swept off the Board walk into the surf. All were rescued save e. C. Manuel who was carried far out by the receding Waves. Ben. Franklin a opinion. Or. Editor newspaper publishers who May think they Are privileged to print what they please about their neighbors would do Well to heed what Benjamin Franklin himself a practical editor wrote to Francis Hopkinson from France in 1782, Over one Hundred years ago a a you do Well to avoid being concerned in the pieces personal abuse so scandalously common in our newspapers that i am afraid to lend any them Here until i have examined and Laid aside such As would disgrace us. The conductor a newspaper should methinks consider himself As in some degree the guardian his country a reputation and refuse to insert such writings As May Hurt an Observance the rules Here Laid Down by Ben. Franklin by some our Tuscarawas county newspaper publishers would be in order. Respectfully submitted the vote Indiana. The official canvass gives Harrison a plurality 2,348. Indianapolis nov. 27. The official canvass the presidential vote Indiana was completed tonight. The total vote for the highest elector each the four tickets is 536,949, As follows highest Republican elector 263.361 highest democratic 261,013 prohibition 9,881 labor 2,694. Republican plurality 2,348. Gen. Hovey a plurality for governor was 2,200. The total vote for governor was Only 139 less than for president. The plurality the lowest Republican electoral vote Over the Democrat is 2,434. The electors each ticket do not vary 40 votes in their totals. Excitement in Texas. Treat excitement has been caused in the Vicinity Paris Texas by the remarkable recovery j. E. Corley who was so helpless he could not turn in bed raise his head everybody said he was dying consumption. A trial bottle . Kings new discovery was sent him. Finding Relief he a bought a Large bottle and a Box . Kings new life pills by the time he had taken two boxes pills and two bottles the discovery he was Well and had gained in flesh thirty six pounds. Trial bottles this great discovery for consumption free at Liller a songs. Large bottles $1. Bald Knob Bers must hang. Jefferson City mo., nov. 26. The supreme court today affirmed the sentence death in the Case John Matthews one the convicted Bald Knob Bers and fixed the Day for his execution Jan. 11, at Ozark. The application William Walker another Bald knobbed for a rehearing was denied and he will hang at Ozark dec. 28 unless the governor interposes. Two other convicted members the gang await a hearing. Interested people. Advertising a Patent Medicine in the Peculiar Way in which the proprietor Kempis Balsam for coughs and colds does it is indeed wonderful. He authorizes All druggists to give those who Call for it a Sample bottle free that they May try it before purchasing. The Large bottles Are 50 cents and a. We certainly would advise a trial. It May save you from consumption. Philosopher Dunder. Tiie Wise old Teuton makes some Apt general observations. If i alias to live my life offer again i expect i do no Petter Ash before. No Pody knows How to live until he has about ready to die. Nobody has Sooch a Good Friendt to me Dot he can Tell me where i should Reform onless i get mad Mit him. It has human nature Dot we All believe we has Good enough. In trying to get something for nothing in Dis world we cheerfully buy two dollars Worth cigars for Der Man who gift us a Terket to a Fiefty cent show. I Doans see some loafers around mid out i wonder Dot nature has so foolish. She could Shust As Well Haf used top Dot material to grow Fence rails and hitching posts. If you find me some Man who has satisfied Mit Der weather und Der Peoples und Der world i show you some Pody who has Ripe for either heaven Der idiot Asylum. When i like to Pound my drum i forget Dot i Haf some neighbors who May like to sleep. When 1 like to sleep myself my neighbor should be put in Shail if he plays Der piano. We like a Man who Speaks Der truth by us und yet Shust so soon Ash he tells us something unpleasant we has mad at him. When i hear a boy whistle i feel Safe i know Dot so Long As he whistles he Doans put up some shop to Cliteal my apples carry off my front Gate. If you take a Many a bad Luck und Trace it Back you Vhill discover Dot he has to blame ten times there some Pody else has once und yet he remembers Only Dot once. I Doans like a Man to be too Liberal Mit me especially a doctor in prescribe in Large doses. It has no to so much Der darkness i j has afraid when night comes but maybe i do somethings mean wicked by Daylight. If you keep your eyes open you Vhill see Dot Charity works hard All summer while most her beneficiaries sleep in Der Shade Loans Mit Der saloons. We Doans know some men until Dey has gone to Der bad. Den it has we hear Faery Pody say How Shmart und talented Dey has All tier time. Der Best remit i safer had became my enemy As soon As i Lent him Fife Dollar Bitout Security. Dot same Man would have mortgaged his House and lot to somebody else und Felt Dot it has Only Pees ass. Sometimes it seems to me Dot Der world has too wicked to stand much longer und Dot it has hard to find one honest upright Man. I take some liver Medicine und to Der next Day Der work has Good enough und All men has All right. I Haf seen a funeral procession a mile Long und two weeks later i Haf asked who has buried Dot Day und nobody could remember. When a Man gets through Mit Der would Der world has through Mit him. A hypocrite has a bad Man und yet sometime 1 has glad to meet a Tief who Doans Tell me who he has. When i see a woman cry i feel to Praise Der Wisdom nature. If she shed tears she would Pill somebody a a free press. Steam heating passenger cars. A the Experiment heating trains by steam has been successfully tested by one Western line the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul railway and now the through Vestibule trains that company leaving Chicago every Day for St. Paul and Minneapolis at 5 30 p a and leaving Minneapolis at 6 50 p a and St. Paul at 7 30 p a for Milwaukee and Chicago Are systematically equipped with steam heating apparatus. No matter what degree cold May v. 1 anywhere along the line an even nature heat is maintained throughout the Interior the train. As rapidly As possible All through trains the various other lines the Chicago Milwaukee a St Paul railway will be provided with appliances for the heating its coaches by steam. 46wl2 the verdict unanimous. Insect eating Birds. Leaving the g. A. R. W b suit druggist Bippus ind., testifies a a i can recommend electric bitters As the very Best remedy. Faery bottle sold has Given Relief in every Case. One Man took six bottles and was cured rheumatism ten years Abraham Hare druggist Bellville Hio affirms a the Best Selling Medicine i have Ever handled in 20 years experience is electric thousands others have added their testimony so that the verdict is unanimous that electric bitters do cure All diseases the liver kidneys blood. Only a half Dollar a bottle at a i her a songs drug store. Inauguration Ball. To be held in the pension Bureau. Washington nov. 21. A special to the Post says it has been settled that the inauguration Ball shall be held in the pension building where the Cleveland inauguration Ball was held. The City Post office which was to be removed to the pension office court will remain where it is until after March 4. Unclaimed letters. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office november 62, 1888 miss Anna Bachiller James Korns mrs b Coal mrs Anna Korns mrs Mary , David Huber mrs Caroline Lind mrs Catherine Mills mrs Lida Mills mrs Louisa Williams we Wal son Esq. If not called for in fourteen Days will be a amp it to the dead letter office. E. P. Degreif p. News about town. It is the current report about town that Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs is making some remarkable cures with people who Are troubled with coughs sore Throat asthma bronchitis and consumption. It is guaranteed to relieve and cure. The Large bottles 50 cents and $1. Fifty years ago every farm in the Eastern Middle and Southern states had from five to Twenty acres Woodland. These lands not Only served Many other Good purposes but were natural resting places for Birds and served them As Safe shelter during the heat the Day. These primitive forests were the Home Many species Birds. The writer Well remembers the Delight experienced in going to the Woods in the Spring the year and listening to the songs the native warblers As they returned from their Winter quarters at the South. The shrill whistle the Quail was As familiar to the ears the Farmer As household words. The scream the bluejay rang through the forests Clear and loud. The Many species Woodpecker were watched with intense interest As they glided up and Down the trunks Trees Ever and anon rapping with irresistible Force with their powerful beaks and frequently drawing Forth some huge grub that had been sapping the life some Monarch the Forest. While watching these Ever industrious and useful Birds a Scarlet tanager like a Flash fire some other Bright Bird would flit by Happy and Beautiful. How is it now the Woodman a axe and the pot Hunters gun can Tell the sad Story. The Birds have gone no Home no resting place no safety anywhere. Looking at this sad picture one feels ready to exclaim with the poet Burns inhuman Man curse thy barbarous Art and blasted be thy murder aiming Eye May never pity sooth thee with a sigh nor Ever pleasure glad thy cruel heart. The Birds that were so common fifty years ago were mostly insect eating Birds and destroyed millions noxious insects and were inestimable value to the Farmer and Tiller the soil. Even the Grain eating Birds consumed a Large number larva. The humming Birds supposed by Many to subsist wholly upon Honey consume Many Small beetles and to trips and thereby Confer a benfit to the tick s Magazine for november. The shot Tower. There was once a Mechanic at Bristol England who had a queer dream. Watts was his name and he was by Trade a Slot maker. The making the Little Leaden pellets was then a slow laborious and consequently a costly process. Watts had to take great bars Lead and Pound them out into sheets a thickness about equal to the diameter the shot he desired to make. Then he Cut the sheets into Little cubes which he placed in a revolving barrel Box and rolled until the edges rolled off from constant friction and the Little cubes became spheroids. Watts had often racked his brain trying to developed a better scheme but in vain. Finally after an evening spent with some Jolly companions at the Alehouse he went Home and turned into bed. He soon fell into a deep slumber but the liquor evidently did not agree with him for he had a bad dream. He thought he was out again with the they were All trying to find their Way Home when it began to rain shot. Beautiful globules Lead polished and shining fell in a torrent and compelled him and his bib Ulous companions to draw their heavy limbs to a place shelter. In the morning when Watts arose he remembered the dream. He thought about it All Day and wondered what shape molten Lead would take in falling a distance through the air. At last when he could rest no longer he carried a ladle Ful the hot Metal up into the Steeple the Church St. Mary Redcliffe and dropped it into the Moat below. Descending he took from the Bottom the shallow Pool several handfuls perfect shot far Superior to any lie had Ever seen. Watts Fortune was made for he had conceived the idea tie shot Tower which has Ever since been the Only Means employed in the manufacture the Little mis Sils so much used in War and Chicago mail. Profit in care Stock. No fact in Rual Economy has been More thoroughly demonstrated by the experience the past than that it pays to keep Good live Stock and to keep it Well. The very Best blood is desirable and must be used in order to reach the most profitable results but the Best Breeds Are wonderfully improved by the big Corn crib and warm barn Cross a a Cross that must be constantly resorted to by All who would make Stock raising profitable and in default which the very Best Breeds will rapidly deteriorate. Good blood is absolutely essential to the Best results but unless this be supplemented by care attention and generous feeding the results will be far from satisfactory no matter How Well bred the Stock May be. And this is especially True Many our improved Breeds. They have attained their excellence by Means Many generations careful selection and generous feeding hence we May expect that if they their producer be subjected to neglect put upon scanty food and exposed to Chilly Rains and driving storms they will speedily deteriorate. To retain the excellence that has been obtained in any our improved Breeds the conditions under which this excellence has let Een attained must at least be approximated. Neglect exposure and scanty fare should find no place in the management the Farmer who would succeed with any the improved Breeds. A breeder s Gazette. Or. Ingaldson civil service Reform Atchison kas., nov. 15. In a Public utterance last night United states senator John j. Ingalls electrified his Republican hearers and dismayed democratic Federal office holders by the following declaration a if i could have my Way the 4th next March 1 would remove every mothers son them. This is my idea advanced refined civil service Reform. I give notice now to the democratic office holders Kansas that if my will shall prevail not to stand the order their going but go at a Globe Democrat. The a a whist club was entertained by miss min Spence fair St., tuesday evening. Old soldiers who Are opposed to politics in the order. Chicago nov. 27.�?a special dispatch from Indianapolis ind., says about twelve Hundred democratic veterans members the g. A. R. Posts scattered Over the state held in the Capitol building last night a secret meeting at which it was resolved that every democratic member the g. A. R. Should abandon the order and All present pledged themselves to withdraw from their posts. Adjutant general Kountz presided. A name and a Constitution for the new order proposed by the democratic veterans were adopted. The new order is to be charitable and non political in its character. Another meeting is to be held to night and wednesday evening there will be a Public mass meeting in the City Hall when the reasons for deserting the g. A. R. Will be Given and the principles and objects the new order Laid before the Public. Adjutant general Koutz says similar meetings will be held All Over the state within the next week. Or. Kountz said last evening that he had letters from eight states indicating that the movement is National. Among the letters received was one from John a. Worman Secretary the democratic societies Pennsylvania promising that every democratic Soldier in Pennsylvania will leave the grand army the Republic. The president the societies who ran against Beaver for governor is at the head the movement in Pennsylvania. Or. Kountz says that but few democrats attended the grand army meetings since the election because All the posts have been holding meetings ratifying the election Harrison and Hovey. It is pretty generally believed that congressman Matson is at the head the movement but so far he has made no Public statement. It is known that he feels very sore because the grand army the Republic As an organization worked against him and his friends Here say that lie will follow the example Jen. Palmer Illinois. Grape growers maxims. 1. Prepare the ground in fall Plant in Spring. 2. Give the Vine plenty manure old and Well decomposed for fresh manure excites tin growth but does not mature it. 3. Luxuriant growth does not insure fruit. 4. Dig deep and Plant shallow. 5. Young vines produce Beautiful fruit but old vines produce the richest. 6. Prune in autumn to insure growth but in Spring to insure fruitfulness. 7. Plant your vines before you put up trellises. 8. Vines like old soldiers should have Good arms. 9. Prune spurs to one developed Bud for the nearer the old Wood the higher Flavoured the fruit. 10. Those who prune Long must soon climb. 11. Yine leaves love the Sun the fruit the Shade. 12. Every Leaf has a Bud at the base and either a Branch a Tendril opposite it. 13. A Tendril is an abortive fruit Branch a Bunch fruit a productive Tendril. Beginners in grape culture would do Well to study these maxims and be guided by them in their management vines in either Garden Vineyard. They comprise much useful and practical information in Little d. T. Moore in the i dependent. An Appeal by working women. New York nov. 18. The woman a Industrial league last night adopted a protest addressed to the convention at i Indianapolis protesting against the admission chinese to the knights in Al it . This passage occurs in the protest a there Are today in new York City 3,000 capable unemployed women sitting around intelligence offices looking anxiously for the work that 500 chinese laundries Are giving to 1,500 chinamen and these 1,500 chinamen Are the work 3,000 honest wage women who profess to belong to organized labor. We demand less selfishness from organized labor in the future and that it shall show More liberality to the interests our wage onion. New York City furnishes 20,000 prostitutes annually. These recruits come largely from underpaid underfed and starved out women. If you Are sincere As a body protect your own household from these immoral leprous chinamen who Are taking the bread out the Mouths our wage onion and driving them to prostitution and for Sale.�?20 acres land situated in Goshen township Tus. Co., Ohio. Large Frame House Good stable and outbuilding Orchard apples pm ars peaches Etc. This property is within a Quarter a mile the Goshen Coal works. These works Are owned and operated by one the ii est companies in Ohio. Property Well situated for a boarding House. Twenty thousand Bank pos scan be made from the Prem ses and which find ready Sale. Apply at the times office to Henry Burton the premises. Oct. 4. 41m6 property for Sale. Two lots 64x66, with Good two Story Frame dwelling 10 rooms All necessary outbuildings Good Well and Cistern and a Good cellar under the House. All kinds fruit. Would sell As a whole Divide. On a Good Street in new Philadelphia. Terms very reasonable. Inquire at times office. 29tf for Sale will Trade for a Small piece land property in new Philadelphia a hotel stand in the town Philipsburg this county. The lot is Large and has Good buildings it also Hall rink the same lot. A Good bar and Pool room in connection with the hotel. Good stable. For information Call at the times office. 40tf. A card thanks. The family Rev. H. Dodd and parents the deceased desire to express through the columns this paper their Many thanks and Best wishes to the neighbors for their kindness during the sickness mrs. Mina Dodd. Rev. Dodd. You can save Money by buying your fall and Winter goods at Fribley a cons. They Are positively Selling at Cost until january 1. 49w2 grand clearance Sale. We wish to Call the attention the people Tuscarawas county to the fact that we Are overstocked with overcoats cloaks menus and boys suits and Woolen goods in general. It is no fault ours but the weather constant rain and warm weather barred Sale Woolen goods. We quote you special prices overcoats $25.00 Fine Kersey Coats French plaid lining $16.50. $20 Satin lined Chinchilla Beaver $14.75. $15 Chinchilla Beaver $12.50. $12.50 braided Edge Chinchilla Beaver $10. Space forbids our mentioning prices but we wish it understood that no firm in the county can show a cleaner better assorted line cloaks and wraps than we. We Call attention to our $4 and $5 line Short wraps. Cloaks from $1.25 to $50. Menus suits from $1.50 to $20. Dress goods. 40c, 36-Inch All Wool flannels 30c. 50c, 36-Inch All Wool Tricot 37. C. 35c, 36-Inch English Cashmere 25c. $1.75,54-in Broadcloth m colors,$1.50. 1.25,54-in a a a a 1.00. Other bargains in Domestic flannels notions Etc., at prices astonishingly Low. Call Early and secure the plums. Holiday goods. If you Are looking around for something out the Ordinary line for Christmas Tor presents come and see our line Plush toilet setts manicures shaving and work Box setts Fine and damask linens with napkins to match. Table spreads in Chenille and j Ute. Furs we have in Mink Beaver Monkey and opossum. Our Stock is Complete. Call and see us and we guarantee you satisfaction. Renner amp Johnson new i it Cis Block canal Dover Ohio. 4swl court common pleas. Pro c e e d i n g s. Plaintiffs to Pakai. A b Chase a co v John f Kughler. Cases continued. William Miller v Jacob Schupp. Patterson and j unkind v Andrew j Wilkin. We Woodruff v Geo w Bowman. Geo w Linden v Nelson Shoals. Cases settled. Albert Bates v James Parsons. Albert Bates Vij i it Warner. J b Warner v John Booth. Samuel a Lebold v the Ohio Mutual insurance company. Defendant to plead. Charles a Hess v Nicholas Miller. Thomas s Taylor v William Dunning. Injunctions granted. John Williams v Theodore Erwin. Ola Flad v George Flad. Judgment Olf petitions. Jennie Glass v John g Heck. Christian j Nungesser v de 1 Mitch ener. Maria Loutzenhiser v s i Waltz. Stout a Vinton v Lydia Lantz. Mary Weaver v e s Belknap. Cases dismissed. Sarah Minnich v John b read. Jury trials. Ohio v John Young and Jasper Shissler burglary and larceny disagreement jury. Ohio r John Young and Jasper Shisler sureties discharged. Ohio v Patrick ii read malicious libel. There is a Man in Delevan wis., who is so tangled up in his Domestic relations that lie would like to Swap places with a wet fish line. It seems that in a moment indiscretion after obtaining a divorce from his wife he married his Mother in Law. Thus he became the step father his former wife brother the old lady a daughter and father in Law to himself. Several prominent lawyers have advised him to run for the . 9 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 inside no tacks Wax thread to Hurt the feet and As easy As hand sewed shoes. It is a pleasure to Wear them. Read his advertisement appearing in this paper from time to time. Walton a a key sole agents for new Philadelphia Ohio. 33wl7 mrs. Helen Stuart Richings a talented lecturer and elocution St Boston closed a course lectures wednesday evening. Those who listened expressed themselves Well pleased with the entertainment and Hope that the lady May visit our City again. She goes to North Carolina. Three prisoners broke jail at Carrollton last week. The sheriffs Little daughter gave the alarm at the court room and the sheriff was soon horseback and in Pursuit. It was not Long until he captured two them and lodged them behind the bars again. One a Trump escaped. 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. Of 10,000 lbs. Of Wool wanted for which i will pay full Market Price for the above amount. 25 John Burry. V. Ream has a Good seven room House Ray Street for rent. Enquire for further particulars at his Law office. Children cry for Pitcher s Castoria. When baby we sick we gave her a Maori. When she we a child the cried for a Maori. When the became Mitt the Clung to Ottoria. When the had children the gave them a Maori

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