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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - October 13, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The rom 1 Imes. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday october 13, 1ss7. Number 42. Official directory. District. Congress Berlah Wilkins state . W. Crites t. Foj. C. Llanee common pleas j g Pearce county. Representative Francis Ankney la a it Bate w. \ Eagley prosecuting . Wilkins clerk. . W. Rowers auditor John w. Kinsey to Easu ref John Meyers. a g. Neumann j b. Kufer commissioners. In. Benner Surveyor. Infirmary directors. City. 0. H. Gloover Ozias Delong ,.a j. Porter Daniel Korns. James 11. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Jet Man. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. C. C. Welty. Fletcher Dou Liitt. B. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. S. Glatfelter. Mayor Cerk marshal Street commissioner a a i Council game Warden. Names. A. Youngen. Same a Bixler. Henry Deible. Philip Doerfer. Daniel Krebs. S o Milliken. J w Newburg. Jos ii Hostetler Nieh Montag. S y Zienneker. Oharie Sll fillers Philip a Garver 0 c Fernsel. Daniel Richards Hugh t minnis.11 Booth. 1 h read. John s Spring. John w Rolli. David a Reyneir Samuel c Kline. John Milone. F j Greene. Jno w Lytle or. C w Knisley. J r Mulvane. And Timmerman. T j Murphy. Jas Galbraeth. T b Rankin. L a Cornett. W j Haskinson l s Mckinney. Wesley m Tracy Lewis c Zollars. T Richardson. s Wagner. J Baldwin. T k Robinson. J ii Gardner. R g Galbraith. Hiram Echman. Robot Coruthers Isaac couts. James w Stoutt John Wetter. William Kinsey p 11 Kuhn. Justices. Townships. Post Ofick. Auburn. Ragersville. Auburn. Ragersville. Bucks. Baltic. Bucks. Baltic. Clay. Lock no. 17. Clay. Gnadenhutten. Hover. Canal hover. Hover. Canal hover. Hover. Canal Dover. Fairfield. New Philada a. Fairfield. Zoar station. Franklin. Strasburg. Franklin. Strasburg. Goshen. New Philada a. Goshen.,. New Hilad a. Goshen. New Philada a. Goshen. New Philada a. Jefferson. Port Washington Jefferson. Stone Creek. Lawrence. Zoar. Lawrence. Bolivar. Mill. Uhrichsville. Mill. Uhrichsville. Mill. Dennison. Oxford. Newcomerstown Oxford. Newcomerstown Perry. Cadwallader. Perry. Cadwallader. Rush. Tippecanoe. Kush. Gnadenhutten. Salem. Port Washington Salem. Port Washington Sandy. Mineral City. Sandy. Mineral City. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Union. Uhrichsville. Union. Leesville. Warren. New Cumberland Warren. New Cumberland Warwick. Tuscarawas. Warwick. Tuscarawas. Washington Albany. Washington Paoli. Wayne. Dundee. Wayne. Dundee. York. New Lii lady a. York. Black band. Professional directory. A 0ct0r Eda Wilhelmi Mclean gynaecologist. Practice limited to diseases of women and children. Of filcer Public Square new Philadelphia 0. 7 j j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 46, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 48yl prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. Pm. Iii song a shaving shampooing and hair dressing parlor in basement under Millers drug store on North Broadway new Philadelphia 0. 48yl 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 on North Broadway. 4<yl j ii 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 Amuel 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 Over citizens National Bank. Mitchells dental Mitchell d. D. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. City Block a new Philadelphia 0. Over Raiff s hardware store Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. Foj a Gas and Ether administered. A a diseases of the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1 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 Church directory. every sunday at 10 .�?~10 a. And 7 of clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. Christians services every lords Day morning at 10 00 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day of each month. Sunday school at 0 of clock a. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7o�?Tclock p. In. Sunday Hool at 0 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 of clock. German every sunday at lq30.a. And 2 15 p. M., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday of morning service of each month a missionary concert Iii the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 of clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. Lodge directory. M chapter. No. 38, r. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniel Gutzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, Amp a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mall value . G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights of Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Lylall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. C. W. Duncan k. Of r. And s. R. 0.0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. T. J. Zellner n. G. I. A. Correll rec. Sec a. T. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. C. Steam Peifly n. G. P. Sehl rec. Sec a. 1. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday of each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. John Dunn c. P. J. A. Correll scribe. Canton Tuscarawas no. 35, p. M., i. 0. O f., meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd fellow s Hall City Block. It. J. W. Dodd Captain. A. Bippus Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. 6, meets every first and third monday Naglit at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Daniel Korns commander. R. L. Crouch. Adjutant. Royal Arcanum a philos Council meets every first and third Friday of each Mouth in knights of pythias Hall. A. P. Minnick Regent. J. H. Officer Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday of each month at g. R. Hall. E. Kaserman pres. We. Bowers Cor. Sec a. United Brethren preaching every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 o clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. new Philadelphia Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday october 13, 18s7. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 to Fri the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in Advance is 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 �T�3-remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. A Grad dress All matter intended for publication to the times. Laws of newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use of it whether he has ordered it or not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without of opining the publishers and the paper is sent to the former direction they Are held responsible notice should always be Given of removal. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take papers from the office or place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to discontinue. Democratic state ticket. For governor Thomas e. Powell of Delaware. For lieutenant governor d. C. Co0lman, of Portage. For supreme judges l. R. Crutchfield of Homes Long term. Vergil p. Klein of Cuya hoga Short term. For auditor of state Emil Keis wettest of Franklin. For state treasurer. G. W. Harper of Greene. For attorney general William ii. Leitelt of Defiance. For Board of Public works Peter Murphy of Butler. Senators�?18th and 19th districts. D. Ii m0rtley, of Coshocton county. A. I. Dorr of Noble county. County ticket. For representative. Francis Ankney. For probate judge j. W. Yeagley. For treasurer John Meyers. For recorder John g. Neuman. For sheriff George w. Bowers. For clerk of courts. J01in c. Donahey. For prosecuting attorney James g. Patrick. For commissioner Robert t. Benner. For infirmary director Milton Porter. For Surveyor 0. Ii. Hoover. The republicans Are making an Effort to defeat Robert Benner but have no Good reason to Oiler Why a Democrat should scratch his name. The chronicle quotes a commissioners salary drawn at �1,143.97, and asks How his salary can amount to such a sum in one year at �3 per Day ? the chronicle does not Tell the people that that amount covers travelling expenses for a period of sixteen months. Every body knows that or. Benner is an honest Man and no one dares make the charge to the contrary. But by putting questions based upon the items in the commissioners report it would seem that More than the Legal fees had been charged but such is not the Case. If the people will Call at the auditors office and examine the items and length of time included in that item they will find no crookedness. This commissioners report was condensed to save expense when probably it would have been better to have been printed in full so the people could have seen what the charges were for. The commissioners have made some enemies because of their exactness in having contracts fully performed because they did not Grant unreasonable demands to a Railroad built in the wind and will never be built on land and because they refused to Grant an addition to the incorporation of Dennison just As it was platted the commissioners leaving out a piece of property in which a widow had a Dower estate and they did not wish to throw the corporation taxes upon her. Now Are these just reasons for scratching Robert Benner off of the democratic ticket ? see to it that Robert is elected. Governor Taylor of Tennessee says the majority of the people in his state believe m and look for a thorough revision of the Tariff. He says a a we believe the whole country demands Tariff Reform. We want to see the Tariff reduced on necessities and if any increase is made to see it placed on or. Carlisle favors the repeal of the tobacco tax and removal of Tariff duties on certain raw materials and necessaries of life. Representative Wilson of West Virgina favors the Carlisle View and thinks that will he the outline of the democratic policy this Winter. That a Tariff Reform is necessary no statesman doubts. The Issue Between the parties will be As to what the change shall be on. That the Tariff should be taken off the necessaries of life should be decided on at once and let All Rich and poor have the Benefit of it and if need be increase the tax on luxuries. This will be a critical moment for the democratic party. Just on the eve of the presidential election a Blunder in the Ajustin ent of the Tariff would be fatal to the party. This work should be carefully and Well done. Let Justice be the watchword. No time in the history of Tuscarawas county has the office of county recorder been favored with a More careful and painstaking officer than the present incumbent or. John g. Neuman. Or. Neuman should have and will have the full party vote. We have visited the office very frequently on business and always found him at his Post of duty and ready to wait upon any one. Justice demands the full suffrage of the party in his behalf. The Cadiz Glass works have changed hands and will Start again in a few Days. The Railroad committee will make their last Effort to raise the other �4,000, next week. Or. Miskimin the solicitor for the Road will be Here to work in conjunction with the committee. Talk business now for it is the last Chance. Or. T. Ii. Breck Isen of Lyndonville Ohio has a collection of Copper cents from the beginning with the exception of the year 1804, for which he is willing to from one to two dollars. Or. B. Has a Large collection of foreign and Domestic coins of various kinds. The Ever smiling sheriff Bowers is again before the people for re election to the office of sheriff. Or. Bowers led his party two years ago by two or three Hundred votes and we Are Safe in saying he will do so again. The verdict will be a a Well done thou Good and faithful John Sherman is not taking very Well to the Foraker Campaign. He declines to take the stump this fall and in response to the Call for �1,000 Campaign Money Only sent a Check for �100. John evidently thinks that if Foraker is elected governor he will be in his Way for the presidential race. If the democracy of Tuscarawas county wish to show their appreciation of a Good honest and efficient officer let every democratic vote be polled in favor of John Myers for treasurer. He is a worthy and accommodating officer and All such officers should be made to feel that their services properly rendered Are appreciated. Or. Myers will poll More than his party vote. §250 in Cash 3 Worcester a and 3 websters dictionaries Worth �89, and 1 dictionary holders Worth �15.50, Given As prizes for Best essays answering the question a a Why should i use a dictionary Holder a for full particulars Send to la Verne w. Noyes 99 and 101 w. Monroe Street Chicago the maker of dictionary holders. Or inquire at your Bookstore. 39 w 7 a a the democratic party is said to he looking up. It is the Only Way it can look. It is hat on its . Just so the most natural Way when taking repose is to lie on the Back. But the Republican party is looking downward because it is Flat on its belly trying to ease the griping pains caused by its Standard bearer or. Foraker opening his Mouth too wide in his message recommending a re valuation of the property in the state. Or. John c. Donahey of Perry township was chosen by the recent democratic convention As candidate for clerk of courts. There were a number of Able and worthy candidates contesting for that nomination and we do them no injustice when we say that or. Donahey is a Man Well qualified to fill the office lie is a Good citizen a scholar and a gentleman and we Are confident will poll the full party vote. The members of the bar will find him an accommodating officer. Hon. Francis Ankeny the Farmers Friend who would scorn Foraker a idea of increasing the tax valuation of the farms in Ohio should have a Hearty support from both parties. He is honest and reliable and his vote would he cast As it should be in the interest of right and Justice. Or. Ankeny is a prosperous Farmer and knows what recognition Farmers should have in making and framing the Laws of the state. Or. Ankeny is not the tool of any gang and we Hope to see every Democrat support him. The Glass works at Sterling Wayne county at Junction of c. L. A w. And n. Y. P. Amp Railways that has lain Idle for four years will be started up in about a month. The proprietors Are or. E. C. Long and or. T. O. P. Bailey of Pittsburgh a. These gentlemen Are both practical Glass men and Are fortunate in getting Possession of the most Complete Glass manufactories in the United states. If the works succeed which we Hope they May it will not be Long before Wayne county will have another Lively town within its Borders. Over in the North West Corner of the court House in a very pleasant room in which May be found the genial gentleman or. J. W. Yeagley. Judge Yeagley presides Over tiie court wherein the estates of widows and orphans Are administered on and where guardians Are appointed to protect the unfortunate. In fact where the Scales of Justice should he balanced with the greatest exactness. And we feel that we voice the sentiment not Only of the democratic party but of the Republican party As Well when we say that judge Yeagley Lias filled his office to the letter that he has Given general satisfaction and that no time in the past has the interests of the widow and orphan been More carefully guarded. Let him have a rousing majority. The Newcomerstown fair is said to have been the largest in this part of the state. It is claimed that Over 12,-000 tickets were sold on thursday. This is no doubt owing to the Liberal advertising that was done by the Newcomerstown folks. It always pays to advertise. We heartily endorse the views of the Iron Valley reporter As to the management of the canal Dover fair in the Way of advertising. Last year the fair was liberally advertised and we had a Good fair. If it had not been for the gratuitous notices Given the Dover fair by the papers the Public would scarcely have know there was to be a fair. The reporter says a since the commencement of our fairs thirty six years ago this is probably the first time that a a complimentary est have been withheld from the newspapers and Given to private individuals or friends of the it is a notorious fact that compliment Aries were Given out to friends of the manager for we feel sure we saw one used. So Bro. Scott you Are on the right Trail. Economy is of itself a great Revenue. Grist Mills Are an Irish invention and were first run in Ireland in 214. If All men were to As they go there would be less going and More int a a Good judgment is a tender that carries moral Coal for every character engine. For blankets flannels and yarn you can positively save Money by buying of Fribley a co., new Phila., 41 w2. A petition is in circulation asking the commissioners to place a clock in the court House. We think it unfinished without one. Let us have it. Joseph Krish Lias been re engaged to tailor for or. Scott Custer and being a number one Workman the boys need look no further for satisfaction in Well fitting clothing. Go to Daniel Wyss a Nursery new Philadelphia Ohio to buy Choice fruit and ornamental Trees shrubbery plants Flowers Etc. He Sells cheap and guarantees satisfaction. 39w6 Many wonder Why we can afford to sell dry goods groceries Etc., at such astonishingly Low prices. The answer is because we buy and sell strictly for Cash. Fribley amp co., new Phila. 41w2. Commencing this week we will offer the greatest inducements to purchasers of Henrietta cloths Sebast pools Cash mers and every description of Black goods that new Philadelphia has Ever seen or heard of. Fribley a co., new Philadelphia 41 w2. Mosses i. Hochstetler of Shanesville gave the times office a pleasant Ca 11, tuesday and subscribed for the times. Or. I Hochstettler is one of the staunch republicans of Sugarcreek township and a very pleasant gentleman. He says he wants to see what a democratic paper has to say. Personal mention. Or. T. C. Ferrell was in town Friday last. Mrs. T. K. Williams has gone to Baxter strings Kansas to spend the Winter. Or. Swartz and Joseph Maughiman of Somerdale was at the huh on thursday last. Miss of Zylla crites and mrs. C. E. Neiderhauser Are visiting relatives and friends in Trenton. Or. Latimer Custer and his estimable Bride have returned from their Eastern trip to his Home Here. Or. John l. Kennedy and wife started for Wichita and other Points in the West on monday last. Or. Howard Willard after an absence of some three weeks has returned to his Post at the pipe works. Miss Eva Miskimmin has gone to visit her Home and parents at Linton Mills Guernsey county. Miss Annie Mcelroy entertained her Young lady friends last thursday evening to a very enjoyable Tea party. Miss Ella Burry on Friday evening gave a Tea party to her lady and gentlemen friends. Or. Charles i Loup of this City starts to Day for Wilks Barre pa., to visit his aged Mother. Mother i Loup is 90 years old. Mrs. Florence Slaughter of Louisville ky., returned to her Home last monday after a weeks visit with friends in new Philadelphia. Or. Peter ditto of Cleveland has lately claimed a Bride and the Happy couple visited his parents in new Philadelphia saturday last. Charley Harris of the firm of Harris bros., who has been absent several weeks looking after his Patent has returned to new Philadelphia again. Or. And mrs. E. L. Arnold of Massillon who have been visiting at the residence of her father or. S. Of Donnell on East Avenue returned Home on monday. Or. Harvey Thompson accompanied by his Mother from Bakersville gave the times office a Friendly Call on wednesday last dropped a Dollar in our till and wished us Success. Frank Stewart and family moved to Canton wednesday where they will reside for two years. 11 is business requires him to make his head quarters at that place. Sorry to lose so Good a citizen. Or. James Fisher sex clerk and bookkeeper in the office of commissioner of insurance gave the times office a pleasant Call on Friday last. Or. Fisher is now travelling for the masonic Aid association of Dayton Ohio. Or. A. V. Plosick of Dennison brother of editor Plosick. Gave the times office a pleasant Call yesterday. Or. Plosick has been in Cleveland taking treatment for Throat trouble caused by inhaling the fumes of nitric acid which poisoned the Throat. A bottle of nitric acid exploded in or. Finney a drug store where or. Plosick clerks and before it could be cleaned up he had inhaled enough to Poison the Throat but is now recovering. Closing out Sale. For thirty Days Only we will sell you White Lead linseed Oil varnishes and All kinds of paint material at lower prices than any one in the county. Also a Large line of Fine Wall paper without regard to value. These goods must be sold before i leave for new York for my annual Stock of fancy goods and will be sold for Cash Only. E. Wells 42w3 City drug store. A captured flags and pensions. Speech of general George w. Morgan at Cameron Ohio. In his closing remarks of his speech at Cameron Monroe count 7, september 17th, general Morgan said a a Tiow clean Broad and patriotic the administration of president Cleveland has been when his order for the return of the captured flags deposited in the War office is made the chief subject of complaint against it. A the order was Given reconsidered and countermanded and that is the beginning and the ending of the whole affair. Not one captured Flag has been or will be removed from the National capital and All this smoke on the subject amounts to nothing. A a a nation is a great family in which Union and Good will Are vital elements As envy and discord Are sources of weakness and failure. We of the North can afford to be just and generous for after four years of heroic Battle on either Side the Victory was ours. A a during the War there was no malice Between the soldiers of the opposing armies. The War Over certain Northern and certain Southern troops of their own motion returned captured flags which had been gallantly won and As gallantly defended on Well contested Fields and those acts of generous chivalry were hailed with loud acclaim from Ocean to Ocean and from Canada to Mexico and the world believed that we were again a United people hound together by the ennobling sentiment of patriotism. A a inspired let a such a feeling a Brave and meritorious Soldier of two wars who when hut a boy enlisted in the first regiment of Pennsylvania volunteers in our War with Mexico and who for gallantry was promoted from the ranks to a lie tenancy in a regular regiment and who is now adjutant general of the army of the United states suggested to the Secretary of War and he to the chief magistrate of the Republic that the captured flags deposited in the War office should be restored to those from whom they had been gloriously won and by whom they had been gallantly defended. The president did order those flags to be returned hut on further consideration countermanded the order. The order was a generous and patriotic mistake a mistake prompted by a desire to prove to the people of the South that we Are ail countrymen again that we have hut one Flag the Star spangled Banner of the Union. But for All that the order was circulated to and did wound the susceptibilities of Many Union soldiers and Titis constituted the mistake. Of All men soldiers Are the most impulsive but As a Rule they Are the most generous of men and Brave and generous men should not allow party motives to smother the grand and Noble impulse of generosity. Let the Man who never committed a mistake step to the front for he is the Only Man who has a right to cast a Stone at Grover Cleveland. The Man does not live who never committed a mistake. And if the order was a mistake so have been the assaults made against the president. A a in one of the Many histories of the Battle of Waterloo a legend is told of two aides de campy the one of Napoleon the other of Wellington who crossed each others path each bearing an order from his chief on the execution of which the Fate of the Battle might depend. The Frenchman bore Down upon the englishman who Rode steadily on his course but As they neared each other the englishman raised the stump of his sword Arm which had been shot away in a former Battle and instead of striking his disabled foe the Frenchman brought his sword to a Salute and galloped on. A this doing so was a mistake of generosity. The englishman should have been made prisoner and the failure to do so might have lost the Battle but the nobility of the mistake has always received More Praise than censure. A the great Napoleon is credited with saying a he is the Best general who makes the fewest mistakes a and despite All the grandeur of his character he was not an exception to his own general Rule. A a but let us look at Home and it is unnecessary to go farther Back than the great civil War the grandest trial by Battle the world has Ever seen a War which not Only saved the Union but placed our country in the forefront of nations. A a when the National Flag was fired upon at Sumter the seceding states were destitute or nearly so of military officers of skill and experience while the United states had More than twelve Hundred. A was for fighting the american Volunteer North and South fights As bravely in his first Battle As in his last As Shiloh and Donnelson prove but to make his courage and intelligence thoroughly effective there must be organization discipline and Drill and these requisites the South did not possess until a mistake of president Lincoln furnished the confederates with nearly two Hundred officers of skill and experience whose resignations he accepted after Sumter had been fired upon and when it was known they were about to take up arms against the Union. A i hold in my hand the official army Register published by order of the Secretary of War in september 1861, which gives the names and dates of the resignations of Southern officers which were accepted by or. Lincoln after our Flag had been fired upon at Sumter. And in the list we find the names of Robert e. Lee Albert Sidney Johnson and Joseph e. Johnson the equals of Grant and Mcclellan and Sherridan. And also the names of James e. Long Street one of the thunderbolts of Southern War of picket whose name was made immortal with that of Hancock the hero of Gettysburg in that decisive Battle of the War and also the names of Kirby Smith Beauregard Van Dorn Pemberton Stephen d. Lee Magruder Bee the Hills the Garnetts and of j. E. B. Stuart of the Black horse cavalry whose Fame will live As Long As history is written and read and these men were the equals of our Hooker who won a Victory when fighting above the Clouds of Buell the Victor of Shiloh of Mcpherson the Dessaix of our Western armies of Thomas the Model Soldier and Patriot of Sherman the hero of the March to the sea of Mcdowell one of the truest and Ablest of All our generals and Slocum and Logan my Clernard Shields Steedman and Blair and scores of others their equals who often led our armies to Battle. Had it not been for the services in the cause of the South of those two Hundred officers of the army of the United states transformed by the act of president Lincoln into Confederate officers the confederacy would have been crushed like an egg Shell in the first Shock of the contending armies. At Bull run the first great Battle of the civil War the confederates were marshalled and led by Joe Johnson and Beauregard and Stonewall Jackson and Bee and Kirby Smith and others who had held commissions in the regular army of the United states. A a had those officers been placed under arrest when their resignations were tendered the arrests would have been respected. And even had they been broken and had the arrested officers gone Over to the enemy the act would have been desertion punishable according to the Laws of War. But the arrests would not have been broken and the confederacy would have been left without officers capable of organizing and commanding armies. A the mistake of president Lincoln was without a parallel in history but for All that or. Lincoln was a great Man no one doubts that his intention was patriotic. A at Appomattox in a spirit of splendid generosity Grant would not take the sword of Lee which would have been As proud a trophy As All the flags taken on the Battle Fields. But Grant did not Stop there. He never did anything by halves. He gave Back to the confederates after the surrender of Lee their artillery cavalry and quartermaster horses. They were our property by the Laws of War but Grant gave them Back to the men who an hour before stood arrayed in arms against the sovereignty of the Republic and to this hour no Man Lias uttered word of censure against Grant for that act and the civilized world applauded his Wise and generous conduct. And Sherman not to be outdone by Grant went several How shots further than Grant Ever dreamed of. He signed a convention with Joe Johnston said to have been drawn by John c. Breckenridge wherein it was stipulated that the armed confederates under Johnson should be allowed to March Back to their respective state capitals with flags flying and Drums beating their arms to be deposited in their state arsenals a a the action of general Sherman was repudiated by president Lincoln and the unconditional surrender of Johnston a army was the result but no one Ever doubted the loyalty of Sherman because of his mistake and to Day he is one of the prime favourites of the Public. A a the a it is further charged that president Cleveland vetoed a general pension act. So he did and so did president Grant veto a general pension act. The men who started All this clamor against Cleveland were silent when Grant did the same thing. The Only difference being Grant was a Republican and so Are the men who raised the clamor against Cleveland who is a Democrat. A a there Are those who seem to believe that the National Treasury is a sort of Aladdin a lamp and that the president is in Possession of Aladdin a magic ring which it is Only necessary to rub against the lamp to cause streams of Money to flow from the Treasury into the pockets of those who will take the trouble to hold their pockets open wide enough to let the dollars pour in. But after All every Well Lias its Bottom and when it is reached the Well is dry. And it May not be amiss to remember that every Dollar in the Treasury has been collected from the people in the Way of taxes and this fact is not wholly unworthy of consideration. A a 1 am in favor of giving Liberal pensions to men who put in jeopardy health limb and life to maintain the integrity and glory of our country. But would it not be Wise to give the country a Chance to live also. A a Grant and Cleveland each vetoed a general pension Law and each did what lie believed to be Bis duty. Grant has gone but Cleveland stands at the Helm of the ship of state and it is Safe under his guidance lie is As Brave and As True As Andrew Jackson and As the people stood by Jackson so should they stand by Grover Cleveland. A a it has even been charged that the president is not a Friend of the soldiers. Not a Friend of the soldiers i aver and will prove that Grover Cleveland has done More for the soldiers than any other president since the close of the civil War. A this paper which you see in my hand is a carefully prepared statement made from the Public records by the Hon. G. Ii. Barger u. S. Pension agent for Ohio and the facts i am about to state Are furnished by him. A during the twelve years of the administrations of Grant and Hayes in which period the republicans controlled both houses of Congress for eight years those two presidents approved 736 special pension acts while Cleveland in Only two years the lower House democratic approved 863 special pension acts or 127 More than Grant and Hayes approved in twelve years. A a again during the last two years of Republican administration under president Arthur 129,517 pension certificates of All kinds were issued but in two years of president Cleveland a administration 2 �?~8,697 pension certificates were issued or More than twice As Many As had been issued under Republican Rule in the same period of time. A when or. Barger took charge of the United states pension Agency for Ohio in August 1885, there were 31,500 pensioners in this Agency but under democratic Rule the number has increased to 39,500 by August 1887, being an increase of 8,000 in two years. A a during the year ending june 30th, 1883, of Republican Rule the pensioners of the Ohio Agency received �5,668,-150.30 for the year ending june 30th, 1887, the Ohio pensioners received �7,-483,217.38 or an increase of nearly two millions. Under Republican Rule for the year ending june 30th, 1883, the Cost of paying about five and a half millions to pensioners was �23,562.99 while under democratic Rule for the year ending june 30th, 1887, the Cost of paying about seven and a half millions was �2,000 less than the republicans expended in 1883, when the Ohio pensions Only amounted to about five and a half millions. A a the democratic administration has been generous to the soldiers and economical for the tax payer. Taking Grover Cleveland As their Model Workingman the employees of the government have worked More and danced less than under the free and work easy system of Republican office holders. A a ours is a great country and our action As citizens should be in Harmony with the grand simplicity of its free institutions. A we Are the Only people who in a single life time Ever saw free and powerful states and splendid cities Spring into existence in the midst of the wilderness. A a with a population Only one sixth As great As that of Europe we have More Miles of railway and the annual amount of tonnage which passes to and from Lake Superior and the vast West beyond it through our canal at the Sault Sainte Marie on the very Edge of the Republic is greater than the tonnage which annually passes through the famed canal of the Suez. And it is for the american people to say whether this great and free government of ours alike without an equal or a parallel in history shall continue to be administered As it is now by president Cleveland in the interest of the whole people and not for the exclusive Benefit of a fraction of them As under Republican Hartwood. News scarce consequently our silence. J. F. Cappel began an eight months term of school in District no. 4, Washington township october 5tlt. J. W. Murphy began a seven months term in stockers District Oxford township on the same Day. L. D. Carruthers began a Soven months term in Munnings District Salem township september 19th. L. E. Delong begun a six months term in dutch Valley monday. Hartwood furnishes teachers for several districts besides her own. Stanley Townsend who has been in Michigan for the past year is Home on a visit but intends to return in the Spring. C. V. Fivecoat has moved into the House belonging to l. C. Murphy. Or. Daniel Sawyer and miss Alvira Dorsey were United in marriage september 22 1, by Rev. Shuman. May Joy attend them in their journey. O. E. Palmer pastor of the Christian Church at Lafayette ind., spent a two weeks vacation with his parents and friends and left for his Homo september 22d. Our Sabbath school closed for the summer september 25th. James Parks and family of Kansas Are visiting his Mother mrs. Josiah Murphy and other friends in this place. Eugene Woodward son of ii. H. Woodward died Friday morning and was interred in the Hartwood cemetery on saturday a Large procession following the remains to their last resting place. The physicians could not agree As to the cause of his death some giving heart disease and others catarrhal affections As their opinions. Miss Eva Porter second daughter of ii. H. Porter begins a six months term of school in the new school House at Centenary to Day. This is her second term there and she is Well liked by All. Or. Emmet Stocker and miss Callie helter were married october 2d, by Rev. Oerter of port Washington. May their ship sail smoothly Over life a Stern sea. Reidenbach amp Horn Are Selling All the Coal they can get upon the Dock. John Fivecoat is improving the roads very much in this Road District. X. Newtown. Democratic meetings. Hon. Charles w. Baker of Cincinnati one of Ohio a most eloquent orators will address the citizens of new Philadelphia and Vicinity on monday evening october 17th. Let there be a Large turn out As the real issues of the Day will be discussed in an intelligent and entertaining manner. By order of committee. J. Ii. Mitchell Esq., will address the democracy at Mineral Point saturday evening october 15th. At Mineral Point saturday evening october loth. J. Ii. Mitchell Esq. Trenton saturday evening october 22d. Hon. A. T. Ready and John a. Buchanan Esq. Ankney a school House saturday evening october 22d. Prof. C. C. Forney and t. B. Rankin Esq. Gnadenhutten saturday evening october 22d. Hon. William Johnson. Sandyville saturday evening october 22d. Leroy Mcgregor Esq. And Hon. Geo. W. Crites. Barros Mills saturday evening october 22d. James g. Patrick Esq. And m. V. Ream Esq. Ragersville saturday evening october 22d. Hon. A. W. Patrick and Hon. H. Ii. Horter. Benton a hair restorer. All who Are Bald All who Are becoming Bald All who do not want to be Bald Al who arc troubled with Dandruff or itching of the Scalp should use Benton a hair grower. Eighty percent of those using it have grown hair. It never fails to Stop the hair from falling. Through sickness and fevers the hair sometimes Falls off in a Short time and although the person May have remained Bald for years if you use Benton a Blair grower according to directions you Are sure of a growth of hair. In hundreds of cases we have produced a Good growth of hair on those who have been Bald and glazed for years. We have fully substantiated the following facts we grow hair in 80 cases out of 100 no matter How Long Bald. Unlike other preparation it contains no sugar of Lead or vegetable or Mineral poisons. It is a specific for falling hair Dandruff and itching of the Scalp. The Blair grower is a hair food and its composition is almost exactly like the Oil which supplies the hair with its vitality. Sold by druggists or sent on receipt of Price �1. Benton hair grower co., 36yl Cleveland Give them a Chance. Miss Sadie Hogue returned to new Philadelphia Friday. Mrs. Plosick of Mineral Point is Here visiting among friends. Joseph Rogers and wife of Cadiz Are the guests of Warner Rogers. A or. And mrs. F. Wood visited or. Hamilton at West Lafayette last week. Several of our citizens attended the Newcomerstown fair last week. The display in the different departments were Good. Miss Maggie Peoples died Friday afternoon of lung disease after a lingering illness. On sunday the Rev. Wood preached an excellent funeral discourse after which the remains were followed to the grave by a Large concourse of friends and relatives. A a in that land where she is waiting for the ones she loved on Earth sin and sorrow never enter but eternal Joys have birth where the loved ones gone before her wait and watch beside the tide for the friends she left behind her on the River a earthly a a the verdict unanimous. W b suit druggist Bippus ind., testifies a a i can recommend electric bitters As the very Best remedy. Every bottle sold has Given Relief in every Case. One Man took six bottles and was cured of rheumatism of ten years Abraham Hare druggist Bellville Ohio affirms a the Best Selling Medicine i have Ever handled in 20 years experience is electric thousands of others have added their testimony so that the verdict is unanimous that electric bitters do cure All diseases of the liver kidneys or blood. Only a half Dollar a bottle at f c Jiller at songs drug store. Wives mothers daughters be your own physician a lady who for years suffered from distressing female complaints weaknesses Etc.,so common to her sex and had despaired of a cure finally found remedies which completely cured her. Any sufferer can use them and thus cure herself without the Aid of a physician. Two recipes treatise and full directions free Beaud. Address mrs. W. H. Holmes 658 Broad Way . Name this paper 34yl who Are in the wrong assignment of jury cases. That is to say your lungs. Also your breathing machinery. Very wonderful machinery it is. Not Only the larger air passages but the thousands of Little tubes and cavities leading from them. When these Are clogged and choked with matter which ought not to be there your lungs cannot half do their work. And what they do they cannot do Well. Call it cold cough croup pneumonia Catarrh consumption or any of the family of Throat and nose and head and lung obstructions All Are bad. All ought to he got rid of. There is just one sure Way to get rid of them. That is to take Boschee a German syrup which any druggist will sell you at 75 cents a bottle. Even if everything else has failed you you May depend upon this for certain. 9yl transfers of real estate. As compiled in the office of the recorder of deeds. 1 George a. Carmack to George w. Grim 66$ acres Mill township a a the Brock Hill Coal co. To Geo. Fry lot 15, Goshen towns Lup �40. Eisenegger to Fred a Graff lot 12, Blakes Mills �110. Daniel Weiss to Jacob Ludy 15 4-10 acres Sugarcreek township �770. Jacob Ludy to John Ludy 125-726 acres sugar Creek township �125. Leon id As Mckee to Nancy v. Walker 2 86-100 acres Dennison �570. Carradus chases Assignee to Michael Frame 15 86-100 acres Warren township a a we. Jones to Lenry Snyder lot 168, Uhrichsville �700. George w. Mckee to s. It. Waiker lot 9, Dennison �60. Joshua ii. Demuth to Joseph b. Van Lehn 103 acres Warwick township �10,000. John 8. Yoder to Henry h. Lanzer lot 1, Shanesville �200. John Varner it Al to we. A. Surgen or lot 12, Dennison �7. We. W. Orter to Joshua Molesworth 1 acre Mill township �200. We. W. Porter to Phebe a. Ferrell 1-10 acre Uhrichsville �65. Hiram j. Name to Maurice a. Parker lot 7, Uhrichsville �375. Catharine Delong to the p. C. Amp St l. Ray co., 3 64-100 acres Union township �450. Philip Rinehart to Daniel Fleck 64$ acres Dover and hangar Creek townships �5,125. We. A. Surginor to Patrick ii. Quirk lot 12, Dennison �265. John Franz to Philip Franz 40 acres Dover township �2,200. Anna m. Gray to Sarah e. Lehr 95 33-100 acres Warwick township �000. John a. 11 Imes to Jesse d. Elliott jr., part of lots 7 and 8, new Phila., �350. John Minnich a executor to Hubert Sickinger 69-100 acres Trenton �250. Unclaimed letters. 86 63 115 116 117 118 119 122 tuesday october 13. Harriet m Young v John Smutz. Friday october 14. William Wingate v Zeb p Sparks. Wednesday october 19. Jennie Bailey v Bertha Meyers it Al. Friday october 28. Gorman study v we Walton it Al. Gorman study v Chas Walton it Al. Monday october 31. Arnold Abbuhl v John Erwin. Tuesday november 1. E a Giffhorn v Nicholas Winkler. Wednesday november 2. Elmer b Reese v George Crise. Thursday november 3. A w lamp liner amp co v John a Hostetler. Re assignment of jury cases. 142 145 157 1g1 163 166 188 198 202 208 209 211 215 222 239 255 122 63 wednesday october 19. Zacharah Stiner v school District no. 2, Washington township. Thursday october 20. Nevada Utterback v Philip Kachler. Jno r Gartrell v Remus r Gartrell. Albert Affalter v c l a w Railroad. Friday october 21. Hirschy i Winger v we l Davis. Warren Packard amp co v j a Himes it Al. Monday october 24. Joseph Horne a co v mrs v m Norton. Tuesday october 25. Elizabeth Wolf v John lamas. William f Clark v g w Hilt. Melvina Riggle v John Heafner. Wednesday october 26. Virginia Bailey it Al v w l Wallick it us. Alice Pagnac v Margarett i Gredelj. Thursday october 27. John n Miller v Hudson e Willard. Ohio on complaint of Anna Wood Emmitt Van Lehn. Thursday november 3. Shederick Cope executor v Zebulon p Sparks. Nehemiah Cox v we b Thompson. Thursday november 22. A w Sampliner v j a Hostetler. Tuesday november 29. Jennie Bailey it Al v Bertha Myers it Al. Proceedings in common pleas. The following list of unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office october 10, 1887 Eli Guysinger Jacob Kuhner mrs. Sarah Lewis mrs. Maggie Shuchon Mary a. Smith and Flora Donaldson. E. P. Degrief p. Ohio v Leroy Jones and James Jones Selling liquor within two Miles of a fair ground defendants entered appearance and gave recognizance for �100 for their appearance tuesday october 4. Ohio v Leroy Jones and James Jones Selling Winlun two Miles of a fair defendants entered into further recognizance for their appearance tuesday october 4. Eliza a Summers v Nancy Elan Rhumell. E m Bailey appointed guardian not item for Joseph i hover with leave to answer october 5 leave to other defendants to answer at same time. Edward ii Mcgrew v John i Bailey demurrer of defendants Bailey to petition overruled demurrer of m l Bailey to answer and Cross petitions of Welker and Krotts it Al overruled and leave to defendants to answer petition and Cross petitions by december 25. Jennie Bailey it Al is Bertha myer it Al defendants motion to requite plaintiffs to give Security for costs Ovi ruled. Lucinda Sitcler v Demarius Delong demurrer of plaintiff to second defense of executors answer overruled. Harvey Smith guardian v Jacob Hilton Frank Huston and Kate leather ii Ian withdrew their demurrer to rep y to Jacob Iuston to their answers and Cross petitions and leave Given Jacob Huston to file amended answer to Pel Tion and Cross petitions november 1. Edward Dodson v Eliza j Sisson defendants motion to strike out second reply sustained. Knecht a Canfield v w p Wells dismissed. Report of Orand jury. Eight Days session 151 witnesses examined 25 cases 15 Bills 10 cases ignored 2 Bills for grand larceny 2 i for Selling liquor within two Miles of fair 2 Bills for buying and furnishing minors 1 for keeping Bouse of ill farm 1 for shooting Etc. 1 for stubbing Ami cutting 3 for keeping a Pool room for Selling to minors. Excitement in texa3. Great excitement has been caused i the Vicinity of Paris Texas by the n Marrable recovery of j. E. Corley win was so helpless lie could not turn in he a or raise his head everybody said i. Was dying of consumption. A trial in tie of or. Kings new discovery we sent him. Finding Relief he bought Large bottle and a Box of or. Kings be life pills by the time he had taken to boxes of pills and two xxx Les of to. Discovery he. Was Well and had Gaim in flesh thirty six pounds. Trial bottle of this great discovery for Consun Tion free at f c Jiller a songs. Lar a Littles �1. Market reports. Times office october 13, flour Patent a Hbl. A a a a pm sack. A a Best family Quot a bbl. A a Aniber a a it sack. A a a a new proc. Wheat up Bushel. Corny new p Bushel. Oats new Bushel. Rye Bushel. Butter Pound. Egos dozen. Buckwheat flour Pound. Hams Pound. Shoulders hound. Sides Pound. Lard to Pound. Tallow Pound. Beef a Pound. Salt Goshen a barrel. White Lime a barrel. Akron cements barrel. Calcined plaster barrel. Land plaster it ton. A a a a a Quot a barrel. Potatoes Bushel new. Dried peaches Pound. Rags i Pound. Onions Quot Fri Bushel. Hay ton new. Timothy seed Bushel. Wool. Fertilizers ton. Clover seed�?p4 Bushel. Dried apples�?8 Pound. 188 a a 10@i 1 0 1 0 u 0 07@1 1 1 1 0 1 3 2 2 9 0 1 5< 75@8< 0. 0 1 pm 8 0< 2 5< 3< 35 x 3 71 p

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