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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - October 11, 1888, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published Buhrt thcb8dat. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing 0 every description done Short notice. Youb Pavo Sou cited. New Philadelphia times the a times Quot advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three Lohes. 8lx inches. Half column. One column. Business notices five cents by tume. To. 3 to. 6 to. Lye a. 1 00 a 2 00 s3 00 a 5 00 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 3 7 50 12 50 22 50 6 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 volume Philadelphia o., thursday october 11, 1888. Number 42.professional cards. A yrs. N. Richards m. Physician and surgeon. New Philadelphia Ohio. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 49yl a a c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Of face in the Patrick building. South Broadway. Residence two doors South c Wjk p depot. 49 is. A. By chads. Jos. T. Mccullough. Richards amp Mccullough attorneys at Law 49yl new Philadelphia Ohio. A j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 46, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 4syl 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 Blouse. On North Broadway. 47yl 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 g Amu Al Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. Al professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas. Harrison and adjoining counties. Will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second floor. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores. Ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Mixer a son. 6y2babcock, Hurd amp co., wholesale grocers 106 a 108 water St., Cleveland. P. H. Babcock ii. Luluan jr., chalks Babcock. H. A. Bishop Mcclellan i Hub wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co., limited is new York for the Sale their celebrated Alaroma and Bunola brands roasted Coffee. 24ylthe Gilsey House new Philadelphia,., Ohio. Alfred Bailey proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to Aud from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. 9ylt. W. Mcdermott d. V. S., honorary graduate the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats Al diseases Domestic animals. Surgery a specially. Horse dentistry neatly done. Carious Teeth removed it pays to keep a horse s Teeth in Good condition. Spavins and ringtones Best treated by the actual cautery. Calls by Telegraph otherwise promptly an swered. Mar office Over Lou Trenheiser s drug store new Philadelphia Ohio 4ylthe world Type writer Only $8.00. Rapid simple durable this machine does the work the High priced and More complicated ones. Is easily operated by any one Aud can be Learned in ten minutes. It is no toy. But a practical and useful instrument. Send for Sample work and picture this Type writer to j. W. R0lli. Stone Creek 0. Sole agent for Tuscarawas co. I6tf remodeler refitted and refurnished throw out new i Johnson t . B. West manager 133 Superior ,Cleveland,.Ohio. Tkbms�?$1.50 to $2.00, according to room. Cd bks Thos. H. Case l. Golder. 52ylmoney to loan first mortgage farm Security at Low rates interest. Loans Only taken for 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 and information address we. Ii. Ross Gene a agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. 42m6 october 11, notice. The undersigned 1ias been duly appointed administrator de Bonis non with the will annexed George Mizer late Tuscarawas county Ohio deceased. Jacob j. Of evil. October 1,1888. 41w3 five Harvest excursions to Minnesota Dakota Montana August 21st. Tuesday. Sept. 11th and 25th. J october 9th and 23d. Via these. Paul Minneapolis an Manitoba Ray Frost Paul $ Minneapolis a at rates a cheaper than Ever before. Points West grand Forks in Dakota and Montana less than one fake no round trip rate being More than Twenty dollars including great Falls Montana. Persons desiring to take a trip through Northern Minnesota. Dakota Montana for the purpose looking Over the country with the idea selecting a Mew Home within the boundaries the greatest wheat Belt in the world and an agricultural country suitable for diversified and Stock purposes will do Well to take advantage these rates. Ror maps and information apply to your Home ticket agent any agent the company. Or p. I. Whitney. Goo l pass and to cd tag to St. Paul. Min. New Philadelphia tines. Samuel Moore editor and operator thursday october 11, 188. Office in Hummel Block East High St., second floor. Population new Philadelphia 4, a lathe new Philadelphia Timbs will by published every thursday born bag in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in Advance .$1 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 a a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A a address All matter intended for publication to the our candidates. 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. Critc1i1teld. Of Holmes. For member Board Public works James Emmett Pike. Congressional. 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. I. 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 the successful efforts the administration to recover the Public lands which have been squandered upon Railroad corporations by reckless Republican congresses. 4. 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 fixation and not by extravagant Ard appropriations. The Money the people should not be take 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 intend 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 and adequate compensation. 9. We approve the action the democratic members tie legislature in their support the Bill founding the Ohio soldiers and sailors Home at Sandusky and we denounce the Republican majority for their insufficient appropriations for the same and for the opium so Home at Xenia. We demand Liberal expenditures for these institutions adequate to the wants the state. A a the conduct the government requires three Hundred and fifty millions annually. The Republican policy is to allow foreign producers to that amount for the privilege a Small share in our Home markets the Best in the world and further to provide such terms payment As shall afford Protection to american Mercury. You Are entirely off when you think the foreign producers the amount referred to. It is the Home consumer that pays this Revenue that runs the government. The democratic policy is to require the consumer to no More taxes than is necessary for the proper conduct the government and so Divide that tax As to afford Protection to american industries. Thomss Lee the firm Thos. Lee a co., Wool merchants Philadelphia pa., is now charged with smuggling blankets from Canada to the u. A consignment Wool which he had purchased in Canada was being shipped to Philadelphia and it aroused the suspicion the special u. Treasury agents. They seized the Wool and examined the Bales. Three Bales had three pairs Fine Canadian All Wool blankets wrapped in paper in the Center. This same . Lee is one the pronounced High protectionists who has been making Protection speeches and who spent the last Wool season in Muski Ngum Licking and Coshocton counties buying up Wool at 23 and 25 cents per Pound and which Price was fixed by the Aid Republican papers and by Leeds harangues concerning the Mills Bill. He deserves the full penalty the Law. His practice a prote ote with a vengeance. Only four weeks until the great War with ballots takes place. It will be a momentous occasion. A struggle to decide whether the american people will carry the Burden unnecessary taxes. The democracy favor the lowest taxes that is conducive to the interests an economical government. The Republican party favors High Protection regardless the Burden it May place upon the consumer. Arrayed the democratic Side Are the poor labourers and the honest toilers who Are taxed for the Benefit protecting the few monopolists millionaire and capitalists the Republican Side you find the trusts and capitalists with their mighty wealth which they use As a weapon to carry them Onward to Victory. What Nowr is the duty every Democrat in the coming contest let us look at our Standard bearers in the nation state and county that honest Brave and upright statesman Grover Cleveland whose administration is without a stain can any honest Democrat turn his Back him ? we feel that the answer will be no but will say a a Well done thou Good and faithful servant Quot the second place is borne by that a a noblest roman them All Quot the Pride the democracy Ohio whose record is Clear whose honesty is undoubted who has faced the Railroad scavengers unflinchingly m their efforts to crush the people and Rob them who has recognized the poor labourer in the mines As Well As the capitalist. What Democrat will cast his ballot against him ? the answer must be none the state ticket is ably represented by Boston g. Young Marion for Sec a state Leyman r. Critchfield for supreme judge and Janies Emet Pike county for member Board Public works. These gentlemen Are All Able and upright men and worthy the Confidence any citizen. Hon. James w. Ownes Licking is our congressional Standard bearer and is Well qualified to represent the District. And now we come to our county ticket and because the fitness the men we should take As much Pride in giving them the full party vote As we do for the National ticket. John w. Kinsey has served the people Tuscarawas county for the past three years As auditor Llis official career has been without criticism so far and he is acknowledged by All to have made an excellent officer accommodating and truly a servant the people. This merits a solid support from the democratic party. When a Public servant fills the Bill approve his acts by a Hearty support. We feel confident . Kinsey will stand Side by Side with any other Man the ticket. Or. Wesley Emerson Dover township is our nominee Tor one the most important offices in the county. For the administration that office affects the purse All the tax payers. It requires a Man Ripe judgment and fearless in the exercise that judgment to properly fill that office. Or. Emerson has had experience in business is an honest and upright Farmer and we feel that he is Well qualified to fill the position and there can be no just reason Why he should fall even a single vote behind the head our democratic ticket. We have placed in nomination that staunch Democrat Lewis Geckler for infirmary director. A better Man for the place cannot be found in the county and he is sure his party vote. Or. B. Downey is the candidate for Coroner an office in which there is but Little recompense but one that is necessary Tor the Protection society and the peace and dignity our state and county. This office . Downey has ably filled since the resignation . Beck and he should be re elected by the full party vote and we know will be. Now is the time for the democrats to Survey the Battle Field and see where Good can be accomplished. Let no Straggler escape. Let every Democrat feel it his duty to have every Man at his Post to shoot his ballot and then old Tuscarawas can feel that she is entitled to a share in the glory Victory in november. We give this extract As a Sample Anna Dickinson a speeches from the one delivered at Crawfordsville Indiana a the Young men who vote the democratic ticket should have More intelligence. The older ones who vote it Are traitors to Day As they were in 1800-61. Now Young democrats if you have so much decency intellect intelligence and honesty As a common dog you will vote in november against this this sort idiotic raving is making votes for the democracy every Day. Clinton Independent the republicans who were hum bugged into Selling their Wool at Low prices through the foolish Bowling their party press and bloated office seekers Are now kicking themselves because Wool has advanced since the passage the Mills Bill and continues to Advance. Eastern Wool buy ers paid the Republican press liberally for assisting them in robbing the Wool growers and out whom they knocked thousands dollars by their foolish partisan War whoops. The democracy York township organized a Cleveland and Thurman club Friday night last. Don. Francis Ankney was elected president. The meetings will be held at Ankney a school House every wednesday evening. The meeting Friday night was addressed by . C. C. Forney. There was a Large attendance. Old York township will come up with her usual vote. Both parties Are invited to attend their meetings. Protection protects the robber band who reap the fruits High prices and impoverishes the Consumers who them. The Republican policy protects the protectionists at the expense the Farmers and wage earners. Senator Sherman has paired with senator Payne and is at Home m Ohio for a county fair. The canal Dover fair proved a grand Success. Tuesday and wednesday were a Little Cool and prevented there being a crowd people those Days but the entries were fully up to former years. Thursday morning came in Bright and soon a very Large crowd at least seven thousand persons thronged the ground. It is claimed there were seven thousand tickets sold thursday. On Friday the Day was Nice and a very fair crowd was present. Floral Hall was nicely filled in every line. We noticed some very Fine furniture exhibition which was manufactured by the Deis Bisman amp Kurtz co. Of canal Dover. They rank second to none in manufacturing Good furniture. Our fellow townsman . John Diefenbacher had a Fine display harness saddles Robes blankets Etc., which made a handsome show. New Philadelphia was represented in the jewelry and music line by messes. John Joss and Radebaugh. Or. Joss represented the jewelry department and . Rade Baugh the musical department. They Are live business men and a credit to our town. Fribley a co., dry goods merchants our town were up and doing with a Fine display Fine goods such As they keep in Stock to Supply their Many customers they Are enterprising business men. Or. Daniel Wyss was there with a Mammoth show in Flowers plants and shrubbery from his Nursery and Flower Garden. It gives Dan extreme Delight to show them for the ladies Are sure to Praise his exhibit. There were Many other exhibits in this Hall worthy notice but not knowing the parties we do not know to whom to give credit. In the horticultural Hall we noticed the most Beautiful fruit exhibition furnished by . Simon his Rick Ragersville. He never fails to carry off Many prizes. There was also others with Nice fruit. The vegetable department All kinds were exceedingly Nice. Outside the Halls we found two departments occupied by messes. Toomey a file canal Dover. They Are enterprising Carriage manufacturers who can always be counted to help the society with a Fine exhibition their work. Or. Toomey had exhibition a buggy manufactured by him in 1853. It was a Large wooden Axel and wooden Hub affair and in striking contrast with the vehicles the present Day. In the machinery department we noticed the Spicer manufacturing company a work new Philadelphia. They Are coming to the front and this City May Well feel proud the Plant. Messes. John Meyers Jackson John l. Kennedy and others with their display farm machinery consisting reapers and mowers were excellent. Or. Lewis Zollars Shanesville had exhibition the wind pump manufactured by the Shanesville company. If we Are capable judging it is the most simple anti durable any in the Market. A Short distance away we noticed a few Pannels rail Fence. It was to represent the Roth Patent wire Brace Fence. Or. Cyrus Kotlik was in charge and Many persons did he Surprise by having them try the strength it. To has already sold considerable territory and will now be Able to sell much More rapidly. It is a valuable and cheap Patent. The Stock display was Good and Friday the racing was quite entertaining. The fair passed off quite agreeably to every one. Fair notes. George h. Smith Jefferson county the Driver the winning horses at the canal Dover fair in fridays races is a turf Man who is fast achieving a National reputation. He is temperate in All his habits and is believed to be Square and honorable in All his races. His ability As a Driver found vent in the expression Many saturday As a a ill bet the horse driven by the Man who wears the Green supt Harmount gave the children the county Home a treat in witnessing the fair Friday afternoon. There were seventy five the a file waifs. Two horse rubbers got into a dispute Friday Over the merits their respective races and ended the matter by a fisticuffs. The c. A p. Branch ran a train almost every hour Between this City and the grounds thursday and Friday. The new Philadelphia and canal Dover base Ball clubs played a game in the enclosure the track Friday afternoon. The Black horse that was distanced in the first race in the afternoon was once a delivery horse the streets canal Dover but has since developed great Speed As a racer. The a a blankets lie. Clinton Independent the Republican stump orators have been howling themselves hoarse repeating the lie about the Secretary War purchasing army blankets in Europe to the detriment american industries. The fact is that the action the Secretary War in making purchases army supplies is governed by Law which minutely prescribes what he shall do. The Purchase referred to was made at an open letting held under the provisions the statute passed by a Republican Congress and followed by Republican secretaries War. If the practice is a wrong one those who made the Law Are responsible for it and in blaming Secretary Fondi Cott the republicans Are vainly trying to Transfer to his shoulders the responsibility that rests upon their own. It happens that the Purchase in question is almost an exact duplication one made by Secretary War Robert Lincoln under the same authority Law. Wheat is now Selling at $1 per Bushel. Another the grandfathers have passed away from Earth. This time death claimed Benedict Kaderly the father John Kaderly our town. The deceased has resided for Many years with his daughter mrs. John Hinig at Blockton. He had been ailing but a few Days when he was suddenly called Home sunday last. He was aged 74 years and was one the leading German citizens our county and highly respected. The funeral took place the week. The Little daughter Samuel Miller has Scarlet fever four children in the family Stoody Are quite sick with Scarlet fever. Little web Jackson was seriously injured by machinery at the fair Friday. English pique kid gloves sold Only at the store mrs. H. B. Hay West High Street. Or. Parks and family North Broadway have moved Virjo the link property West High Street. The City Newark n. J., comes to the front this week with 700 democratic majority. It has always been Republican. The lutheran ladies the East Side made the neat Little sum $10 at the supper Given by them at the residence Joseph Junkins. Two Young men were hauled in saturday evening for indulging in a fisticuffs and fined $2 and costs each by mayor Korns for their Little scrape. Stone Crossings have been put Down in several portions the City and the improvement is one that meets with the Hearty approval every Good citizen. We have band a handsome line ladies and children a wraps and the Isth and 19th, we will have a special opening. All Are invited to come. 42w2 j. Burry a son. W. C. Sutton a co. Are showing the largest finest and Best assorted Stock overcoats in the county at prices that defy Competition. You will save Money by calling and examine their Stock before purchasing. There will be a democratic meeting at Hagersville saturday evening the 13th, addressed by j. A. Buchanan. Also one at Dundee wednesday the 17th, and one at Blackband Friday the 19th, both addressed by . K. Mitchel canal Dover. Everybody invited to attend. Uncle Toms Cabin was Well patronized monday evening. The prices charged for admission for such plays Are surely High enough without the rib Aldry and jeering the a a gallery gods Quot thrown in As greeted the ears that portion the audience who paid their Money for nothing else but to see the play. The managers should Stop such work else shut up shop. We were pleased to add to the times list tuesday the name . William ii. Stall Winfield. Or. Stall is engaged in merchandising and carries a full line everything that is needed to suit the Trade such As dry goods groceries notions hardware Etc. He Sells As cheap As any merchant in the county. Call and see his goods before buying elsewhere. Patronize your Home merchant. Judge Fiance who is As level headed As a judge the old school before the Days the a hair brained Quot foolishness has decided that cleaning up sunday is a necessity and to employ a Man to Wash your face and scrape it with a razor sunday is not a violation the sunday Law Ohio. This is common sense As Well As Good Law. We have no state religion in this country the sunday Laws Are police regulations and not religious requirements and would apply equally if the Day mentioned were Friday instead Sentinel. A a it is estimated that As much As 300,-000 pounds evaporated fruit will be produced in this Vicinity from this seasons crop. This together with the fruit sold and shipped and that which will be kept for Winter use will put the fruit crop this Vicinity up to $100,-000.�?��?freeport frees. That is something the Farmers Tuscarawas county might engage in to Good advantage this fall As there is an immense crop apples and Many them have blown Down and will not keep. It will any Farmer to save his fruit this Way. For Sale.�?20 acres land situated in Goshen township Tus. Co., Ohio. Large Frame House Good stable and outbuilding Orchard apples pears peaches Etc. This property is within a Quarter a mile the Goshen Coal works. These works Are owned and operated by one the Best 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 j. I it. Collons Pike run got a Drunken Jamboree tuesday and assaulted his wife beating her terribly and while in his mad frenzy broke up some the furniture. An affidavit was filed with a Squire Richards by Clyde Baldwin and the villian was brought before the Justice wednesday morning. He plead guilty to the charge assault and Battery and was asked to give Bond $300 for his appearance before the probate court. This he failed to do and was thereupon committed to the county jail where he can Ponder Over his Debauch until he can have his hearing. Unclaimed letters. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office october 7th, 1888 . Enoch Hensel . A. Kenney . Chas. Morgan . John Newport . Guy Hummel . P. C. Oehler . M. Wallace . John Kilcoyne mrs Lin Graham mrs. Gaul ear . Abel Hensel . Robt. Comma . John Cooley . John l. Campbell . A. Bartholomew Albert g. Trum bul mrs. P. Gracious mrs. Matilda Hamessley. If not called for in fourteen Days Iii be sent to the dead letter office. A p. Degreif p. the week. Cambridge is to have a Demon stration the 23rd inst. It will be Nat ural. The Jacksonville Fla evening Metropolis has been forced to suspend publication during the epidemic. Cincinnati Centennial exposition until october 28th. Excursion tickets Wil i be sold at extreme Low rates. 39w6 the merchant tailoring establishment w. H. Gibboney at Uhrichsville was burglarized sunday morning to the amount $100. Jacob Stoody a new dwelling and store room is nearing completion and will be a handsome outfit convenient for both purposes the Woodsfield spirit has been changed from a nine column Folio to a six column Quarto form and is in every Way improved in appearance. Remember the times office is Headquarters for neat and artistic Job printing and our prices Are reasonable in every particular. For menus boys and children a clothing go to w. C. Sutton a cons. Largest Stock lowest prices and goods Are As represented. Last the season the Cleveland and Marietta railway special excursion tuesday oct. 23rd, to Cleveland and the marvelous Cyclorama. Or. A. P. Jacob near town had a valuable three year old Colt jump out the barn and beak a leg a few Days ago. They have bandaged the leg and will try to grow it together. Do not leave your measure for a suit clothes pair pants without seeing the largest Stock and latest patterns at w. C. Sutton a cons. Prices always the lowest. You will save Money by buying your clothing hats Caps and gents furnishings at w. C. Sutton a cons. They have the largest and finest Stock overcoats in the county at the Bottom prices. Or. We. H. Ross general agent the Union Central life insurance co., Cincinnati has located in new Philadelphia. See his card first Page. Money to loan farm property. If you want material for fancy work Call at the millinery store mrs. Ii. B. Hay West High Street. A full line China and India Silks and Linen canvass just arrived. Done to fort to see this Fine selection. 42w2 there is said to be a marked increase in the fish Supply in Ohio streams due to the untiring efforts the fish commissioner. It is presumed much sport will be afforded along the line next season. The annual inspection the Panhandle lines by the division officers the Road begins next monday. The usual Premium for the Best supervisor s division Best sub division Etc., will be awarded at the close the inspection. There will be quarterly meeting services at the c. B. Church next sunday. The services will be conducted by Rev. H. Becker Akron Ohio. Preaching saturday evening and Over the Sabbath by Rev. Becker. The knights pythias division this City won the prize Drill in Competition with Coshocton at the Newcomerstown fair thursday last. Twenty three evolutions composed the Drill. The knights report a splendid time Large crowd and hospitable treatment. Rev. Or. John Williams Well known in this City was again returned to East Liverpool. Since his two terms As pastor that charge he has raised Over $10,000 for the Church and last week was Given a reception by the members his congregation and the other ministers that City. Or. Salm Columbus the noted specialist in diseases the Eye ear nose and Throat and whom we know has effected Many cures in Tuscarawas county is also visiting Cadiz Harrison county. Those who Are afflicted with any these diseases would do Well to Call him at Cadiz nov. Goth. There will be a grand democratic mass meeting saturday the 20th, at Baltic. The meeting will be addressed by judge Stilwell Holmes county Samuel h. Nichols Coshocton Calvin Owens Licking and a. W. Patrick Tuscarawas. Let the democracy turn out to this meeting. James m. Cooper the gentlemanly Secretary the Diamond fire Clay co. Of Uhrichsville was the recipient a handsome Gold watch Chain and Charm by the members the company and employees the other Day. It was the 39th anniversary his birthday. Or. Cooper is Well liked by every one with whom he comes in Contact and this Token esteem is Only one the Many compliments he has received since his residence in Uhrichsville. We wish him still greater Success. A Mare with a wooden legs. The City a visitors. Common pleas court. Or. Wallace is Home a visit to his parents. Cora news Derfer is visiting at John Kaderly a. Emma Hixson has gone to Shanesville a Short visit. Baltimore american an interesting Experiment is being tried a $250 Mare belonging to ii. Rollman no. 706 Swan Street. A few Days ago she was kicked by a horse the Belair lot and her right Hind leg was fractured just above the fetlock. Instead killing her at once to end her suffering As is usually done . William Spranklin amputated the leg and Hopes to save the mares life. She is now doing Well although evidently suffering much pain. Should she recover she will be provid with an artificial leg. She now manages to hobble around three legs. Miss Pattie Mitchell has gone to was Seon a visit. A iss a arks is visiting her aunt mrs Oliver Knisely. A iss Vankanel Canton is the guest a iss Callie Dick. Mrs. Larvey Ray and sister miss Emma Robb Are in Columbus. Or. Stanley Swaby Dayton tenn., is visiting . Louis Welty. Or. And mrs. De. Arnold returned yesterday from their Western trip. Fiss Nano Booth is visiting her Friend Fiss a Arguerite rowed Urbana. Or Murry Massillon spent a few Days last week with his Uncle and aunt Miller. Sheriff Bowers went to Columbus tuesday with ail insane patient from Dennison. Or and mrs Oliver Hoover and daughter Bessie have returned from their trip to Cincinnati. Fiss Anna Belle Knisely returned today from a Short visit to her sister in Newcomerstown. Miss Hall a repossessing Young lady Mineral Point was the guest miss Nettie crites Over sunday. Rev. Ii. A. Dowling preached in the German methodist Church canal Dover sunday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Will Smith and daughter miss Helen visited the family j. H. Booth last Sabbath. Peter Dick and wife who have been spending several weeks in Columbus returned to their Home yesterday. Rev. Simon pastor Emanuels lutheran Church this City left to Day to attend Synod at jail Mersburgh Miss Zella crites arrived Home saturday evening after an extended visit to friends in Illinois and Cleveland Ohio. Or. And mrs. John Freese Napoleon Ohio who have been visiting at . Of Donnell a returned to their Home this week. Elliott Mcgregor a postal clerk the p. C. A St. L. Ry., whose Home is at new Cumberland was visiting friends in the City Friday. Mrs. Allen Smith Nee Jessie Donnell Kansas City mo., and Little son Donald Are visiting friends and stopping at the residence j. H. Booth. Jury trial Case a october term. Mrs Allen Smith and babe Kansas City in company with grandma Donnell will spend this week in Uhrichsville with mrs William Smith. Charles Bartles and family who have been living in Ninevah the past three years have again become citizens this City and we Are pleased to Welcome them Home. Thos. Hughes connected with the Diamond fire Clay co. Of Uhrichsville and his Way from a visit to Malvern gave the times office a pleasant Call monday. Or. Henry Hoffman and gust. Pfaus Baltic and miss Ellen Kuhn Massillon o., spent a few Days in this City the guests their relatives . And mrs. Henry Espenschied. Miss a aggie Waddington who has made her Home in new Philadelphia with her grandparents for a number years returned to her Home at Rose mond iii., last week. Or. M. V. Ream has returned Home after an extended trip through Ohio a political nature for the democratic state executive committee. He says the Outlook in Ohio is favourable for a gain in favor democracy. Mrs. If. T. Stockwell this City was elected one the vice presidents the woman a foreign missionary society the Steubenville presbytery at its annual session held at Scio wednesday and thursday last week. W. Pickering the gentlemanly agent at the c. L. A w. Depot at this place visited friends and attended a wedding at Seville Ohio wednesday. Rumor say eth his visits have become periodical to that City for his Best girl lives there. Married. Or. John Moore Deersville Ohio and miss Lydia Johnson Stillwater were pleasantly bound by the matrimonial tie at the residence editor thursday evening last the ceremony being performed by the Rev. Cook. The Happy couple embark life a matrimonial sea under propitious circumstances. The times offers its Best congratulations. Died. A sad death occurred at the residence . Valentine Doerschuck Beaver dam tuesday last. Death claimed their Little three year old daughter after an illness a week Scarlet fever. It was a sad stroke to the family and the second death having lost one their children some time ago. Two children Are left to the bereaved parents a boy and girl. The departed was Laid to rest Friday. Revs. Cook and Accola conducted the funeral services. The family have the sympathy Many friends. Kratz v Hoffman october 15. Kelley amp co v Helmke october 15. Young v Simetz october 16. Wible Wentz v Bennett october 10. Vorherr v Walters october 10. C l a w Railroad v Deis october 16. Mccullough v Evans october 17. Sampliner v Hostetler. Brende a co v same. Root Mcbride v same october 18. Landerman a co v same. Wood a co v same. Kuhn v Benfer october 22. Home a co v Hostettler. Bakery a sons v Sampliner a co. Bomberger a co v Hostetler. Utterback v Sheu october 23. Dutton v Dutton. Same v same. Welker a co v Hostetler. Harding m v Harmon. Lebold v Hartford. Chase a co v Kugler. Russell v Gartrell october 24. Miller v Schupp october 24. Otis v Swihart. Eutch v Knisely. Bailey v Wallick. Hostetler v Mclean. Woodruff v Bowman. Rosemond v Schmidt. Linden v Shoals. Wilson v Bergess. Lund v Crater. Eckfeld v Schwab. Patterson a j. V Wilkin. Read v h. Carnahan. Schreiher v Nagley. Huston v Huston. Same v same. Sparks v Cone. Allman a co. V Bartholomew. O. On com. V Huston. Fackler v mylar. Beyer v c. L. A w. K. R. Co. Nashville v n. P. Steel co. Spalding v Stofer. Kuhn v Dickson. Barton v pipe works. Broadhurst v same. Mason v same. Same v same. Pyle v Render. Tuscarawas c. Co. V Van Kirk. Myers v incorporate v. U. Minney v Mahaffy. Helmsderfer v Geib. Keunzli v Miller. Shafer v Shafer. Beers v Henderson. Benfer v Smiley. Hess v Miller. Bowers v Travis. Kennedy v Holden. Himes v Mathias. Reif v c. A m. R. R. Indictments. John Young for burglary and larceny. Frederick Gribble for assault and Battery. Geo. Gonter for disturbing meeting and for assault and Battery. Watkin Watkins for Selling liquor when prohibited by local option and for Selling sunday. There were fifty eight witnesses examined seven cases considered and six Bills found. Transfers real estate. I As compiled in the office the recorder deeds Reuben m. Morris to trustees m. E. Church 52-100 acres Perry township $85. John w Sluthour to Alvin Vinton lot 3 and part 4, West Philadelphia $135. James s Mccurdy to a b Johnson it Al lot 17, Dennison $500. Benjamin Rosen Berry to the Board education 4-100 acres Dover $20. Samuel Schweitzer to John p Kuhn lots 35 and 36, Blakes Mills $900. John Donnell to James c Johnson lots 22 and 23, Dennison $1400. David Judy to Henry e Hinghaus 3 acres new Philadelphia $339. James Jones to we j Watkins lot 16 Goshen township $175. Maurice Moody to e c a Wright Lota 8 and 9, Dennison $150. Elza ii Parrish to Ellen c Ibeling 155 acres Rush township $6,200. John Wilson a executors to Mary a Duncan part lots i 2 and 3, Dennison $550. David m Long to j e Groves iot2 and 21, Dennison $1,200. J e Groves to Jas Guanu lots 20 and 21, $1,450. S l Morris to Elias a Ackerman part lot 30, Uhrichsville $130. James w Stoutt to Ilioram Barrett 129 92-100 acres Franklin township $8,640. John Pyle to John s Pyle 115 acres Union and Mill townships $5,750. James m Ilum Mell to the Standard Oil company part lots 530 and 531, new Philadelphia $250. John c Huffman to l s Caples lot 412, Uhrichsville $700. P ii Deis it Al to Deis Bissman Kurtz a co furniture factory premises $90,-000. Wonderful cures. Harrison a record. W. Hoyt a co., wholesale and retail druggists Rome ga., say we have been Selling . Kings new discovery electric bitters and Bucklen a Arnica Salve for two years. Have never handled remedies that sell As Well give such Universal satisfaction. There have been some wonderful cures effected by these medicines in this City. Several cases pronounced consumption have been entirely cured by use a few bottles . King s new discovery taken in connection with electric bitters. We guarantee them always. Sold by f. C. Miller a son. A mild conundrum mania has just been started in Massillon and there is no telling when it will Stop. Here Are a few samples How Many ladies will it take standing Side by Side to reach from Here to Canton ? eight course for a miss is As Good As a mile. How should one eat a door ? Bolt it. Why is 1888 less than 2 ? because it is one and three eights Why is Blank s House like an old Man ? because its locks Are few and its Gate is , Here Are the Plain facts in the record Ben Harrison the question imported chinese labor and the place in the official record where any one can verify them who chooses to do so. The congressional records tile in the state Library and any one is admitted Between nine a. M. And four p. M. The record does not show that in even in one instance during his six years service in the United states Senate Harrison voted to prohibit chinese immigration 1. Harrison voted in favor the Hoar amendment to admit chinese artisans to this country. See congressional record March 8th, 1882, vol. 13 p. 1716. 2. Harrison voted in favor the Hoar amendment to admit chinese artisans to this country. See record same As above. 3. Harrison a dodged Quot the vote the final passage the Bill. See Page 1753 As above. 4. Harrison voted for John Sherman a motion to commit the Bill prohibiting chinese immigration and the veto to the committee foreign affairs to smother it. See congressional record vol. 13, Page 2616. 5. Harrison voted against the motion to pass the Bill Over the veto. See Page 2617, As above. 6. Harrison voted to strike out the Section in the ten year Bill which prohibited the admission chinese to full citizenship. See congressional record to vol. 13, part 4, pages 3362-3. 7. Harrison voted to strike out the Section which prohibited the admission chinese skilled labourers and his vote carried that amendment. See Page 3264, As above. 8. Harrison voted against restoring the Section which had been stricken out. See pages 3411-12, As above. 9. Harrison voted for the Edmunds amendment to exclude chinese engaged in manual labor and admit skilled chinese artisans. See pages 3411-12, As above. 10. Harrison voted against the Bill to prohibit chinese immigration for ten years which president Arthur signed. See Page 3412, As above. 11. Harrison a a dodged Quot the vote the Bill to enforce More strictly the Law 1882 against chinese immigration. See congressional record vol. 15, part 6, Page 5938, july 3d, 1884. 12. The congressional record june 1st, 1886, does not give the vote by which the last Bill the subject was passed. Thus those who opposed the legislation escaped going record. This we believe is the Complete re Coli Harrison a action the subject chinese labor during the six years his term in the Senate. We find no record any vote his against chinese immigration. We find two votes he dodged one vote he cast for admitting chinese to citizenship and eight votes against different propositions to exclude chinese labor in this country. If there were any other recorded facts Republican papers would have presented them citing the Page the record. Ben Harrison is a great a a protector american course All Republican candidates always Are about election time. Questions for workers. If High Tariff makes High wages Why have the workingmen this country those in the protected industries most ally been compelled to strike for better wages thousand tunes during the last fifteen years ? Why if the Tariff protects has labor found it necessary to organize for self Protection ? Why if Protection insures abundant employment have 1,000,000 workers suffered enforced idleness at one time and hundreds thousands been shut out at frequent intervals ? Why Are wages from 30 to 60 percent higher in the same industries in different states that Are All under the same Tariff and subjected to free Trade among themselves ? Why Are wages lower in the so called protected industries mining Mills manufactories in other forms skilled Labory carpenters masons printers Etc. ? Why Are wages the lowest in the perfectly a protected Quot countries the world China Russia and Spain and higher in free tra Ltd a a a gland than in any other country Krope ? what Section Tariff Law con ins protected manufacturers to add the Tariff to the wages the operatives 7 do they in fact do this ? let workingmen think these York world. What monopoly Rule has done i saw a curious compilation the other Day and Here it is our total wealth All kinds is estimated at $45,000,000,-000. There Are 5 american citizens with private fortunes averaging $60,000,-000 each 50 with $10,000,000 100 with $5,000,000 200 with $3,000,000 500 with $1,000,000 and 1000 with $500,000. In other words 1,855 persons own $3,000,-000,000, More than twice a much As All the actual Money in the country. A less number men not to exceed 1000�?railway magnates princely Bankers and beads Vaht protected corporations have absolute control equivalent to actual ownership $25,000,000,-000 More. Less than 3000 men controlling $28,000,000,000 the $45,000,000,000 wealth in the w. A. Tag in Cincinnati enquirer. Indiana women unanimous. Indianapolis Standard the Republican managers had a Union labor convention called in this City saturday expecting they would be Able to manipulate it. But the plot like tigers the same kind that had preceded it proved a fiasco. The convention met but it adopted resolutions endorsing the democratic congressional Aud county nominations greatly to the disgust the Republican schemers who thought they had the meeting packed. The fact the matter is that the workingmen Indianapolis Are practically solid for the democratic tickets National congressional state and local and every attempt the republicans make to break their ranks Only emphasizes their unanimity. The next East Ohio conference will be held at Massillon

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