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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - October 18, 1888, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia tonnes published Vbry thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times volume Philadelphia o., thursday october 18, 1888. The a a times advertising rates. Spack. One Inch. Three inches., six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y . S 1 00 $ 2 $ 3 00 $ 5 00 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 3 7 50 12 a i 22 50 5 i 12 50 22 50 40 00 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices five cents per line. Number 43. Professional cards. Of yrs. N. Richards m. Physician and surgeon. New Philadelphia. Ohio. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 49yl Quot a c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building. South Broadway. Residence two doors South c amp p depot. 4y Jas. A. Richards. Jos. T. Mccullough. Richards amp Mccullough attorneys at Law 49,1 new Philadelphia Ohio. Y j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence. No. 46, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. Prances Romio attorney at Law and notary Public. Difloe in the Mclane Block new Philadelphia. Ohio. Oiin s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Lii Ladelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and and in tag counties. Office up stairs opposite ourt House North Broadway. 4, ii. Booth attorney at Law notary 1 Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians ac-3ounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 4iyl Amuel Moore attorney at Law. New Philadelphia Ohio ill professional business entrusted to his care to Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining Eount-38, will receive prompt and careful attention. A Fulce in Hummel Block second Hoar. Bucklen Warnaca Salvo the Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises Lores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter. Chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no eau red. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat Money refunded. Price 25 cents Box. For Sale by . Miller a son. 6y2 Babcock Hurd amp co., wholesale grocers 106 amp 108 water St., Cleveland. P. H. Babcock h. Hurd. Jr., Babcock. Ii. A. Bishop Mcclelland Hurd wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co., limited new York for the Sale their celebrated Alaroma and Bunola brands roasted Coffee. The Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey. Proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. 9yl t. W. Mcdermott d. V. S., honorary graduate the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats All diseases Domestic animals. Surgery a specially. Horse dentistry neatly done. Carious Teeth removed. It pays to keep a horses Teeth in Good condition. Spavins and ringtones Best treated by the actual cautery. Calls by Telegraph otherwise promptly an swered. Office Over Loutzenheise re a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio 4ylthe world Type writer ots Tity $8.00. Rapid simple durable this machine does the work a the High priced and More complicated ones. Is easily operated by any one and 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. Rolli. Stone Creek 0. Sole agent for Tuscarawas co. A tits remodeler refitted and refurnished throw out new i Johnsoni Honse. Of h. B. West manager 133 Superior Street Leveland Ohio. Tkrms�?s1.50 to $2.00, according to room. Clerks 52yl ios. Ii. Case l. Golder. Money 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 Gen l agent new Philadelphia Ohio. 42m6 october 11, 1888. Legal notice. The undersigned has been duly a appointed administrator de Bonis non with the will annexed George Mizer late Tuscarawas county Ohio deceased. Jacob j. Foehl. October 1,1388. 41w3 five Harvest excursions a to Minnesota Dakota Montana August 21st. Tuesday it sept. 11th and 25th. J october 9th and 23d. Via the St. Paul Minneapolis and Manitoba Ray from St. 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 Mure 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 new Home within the boundaries the greatest wheat beit in the world and an agricultural country suitable for diversified farming Dairy and Stock purposes will do Well to take advantage these rates. For maps and information apply to your Home ticket agent any agent the company j f. I. Whitney Gene a pass and Tkv tag . Paul min. 33 new Philadelphia tines. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday october 18, 1888. Office in Hummel Block East High St., second floor. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 a Orthe new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in Advance.$1 St 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. �?�9uaddress All matter intended for publication to the times. Democratic ticket 3st-a.tx03st-a.l-for president the United states Grover Cleveland. For vice president Allen g. Thurman. State. For Secretary state Boston g. Young Marion. For supreme judge Lyman r. Critchfield Holmes. For member Board Public works James Emmett Pike. Moist Gre Sion for Congress sixteenth District James w. Owens Licking. Coi titty. For auditor John w. Kinsey. For commissioner Wesley Emerson. For infirmary director Lewis Geckeler. For Coroner b. Downey the platform the democratic party the state Ohio in convention assembled presents to the people the state the following declaration principles 1. We endorse without qualification the administration president Cleveland his honesty integrity Fidelity to principle and Manly courage have endeared him to the american people and the interests the country demand his Renoir nation 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 Eton the surplus in the Treasury by reduced fixation and not by extravagant Ard appropriations. The Money the people should not be taken from them beyond the needs economical administration and payment just obligations. 6. We Are in Hearty sympathy with All people struggling to free themselves from the environment despotism and especially does the Long and Gallant struggle Ireland for the priceless Boon Home Rule and the right manhood awaken our applause and command our Heartiest Good wishes for speedy Success. 7. We favor such restraints upon corporate Power As Well As protect honest labor and conserve the interests honestly employed capital. We oppose the importation contract labor and the Landing aliens for permanent residence who do not 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 the 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. Democratic meetings. Democratic meetings will be held at the following places at Black band Friday october 19th a a. H. Mitchell and Joseph ii. Hostetler. At Beidler school House Friday evening october i9th�?John a. Buchanan and Hon. A. Yvo. Patrick. At Pike run saturday evening oct. 20th�?John a. Buchanan. At Strasburg saturday evening oct. 20th�?j. Ii. Mitchell and Joseph h. Hostetler. At Baltic saturday afternoon october 20th�?Hon. J. Or. Owens judge it. Stillwell Hon. A. A Patrick and Hon. Ii. Nicholas. At Dundee tuesday evening october 23d�?j. Ii. Mitchell and Hon. G. Yvo. Crites. Railroad accidents. Cleveland Plain dealer the Plain dealer announced some time ago that definite negotiations for the Sale the Cleveland and Marietta to the Valley Road were being carried . An important meeting the parties interested was held in this City saturday and it is Likely that the announcement the Transfer will he made in a Short time. President a Vidolf the Cleveland amp Marietta lion. George k. Nash attorney the Road and g. Ii. Candee one the principal stockholders were Here and met president Wade and treasurer Everett the Valley. None the parties interested is prepared As yet to give any information the subject. The democrats Ohio will have a monster demonstration at Cincinnati oct. 25th�?the largest Ever put Forth. As a c. Amp p. Train composed several freights baggage car and passenger coach was the return trip the c. Amp p. Branch Road thursday evening two three cars including the passenger car was thrown from the track by a broken rail at a place about one mile above Dover known As crites Stone Quarry. They were rounding the curve the River Bank where quite a Cut is made in the Bluff for a Railroad bed at quite a Lively Speed when the broken rail caused the cars to leave the track the Side next to the Hill bringing the cars in Contact with the Rocky Wall crushing in the Side the car the passengers were in the engine and remainder the train broke Loose from the disabled cars and ran some distance. The passengers were badly shaken up several being bruised a Little and one a travelling Man from Youngstown was badly Cut about the head and face and some his Teeth were knocked out. J. M. Smith the company surgeon was telegraphed for from Dover who responded and had the injured party moved to Dover where his wounds were dressed. The escape was a Lucky one for had the broken rail been the other Side the derailed cars would have gone into the River and the result would have been much worse. Last Friday a freight train the c. A m. Took water near the c. L. Amp Yyi. Depot at canal Dover and hacked out to get a Start for the up Grade in crossing the c. L. Amp yv., supposing the switch had been closed by the conductor the train. The train came up with full steam ran in the switch leading to the Furnace which has a Down Grade toward the Furnace and soon was under such headway As to be unmanageable in time to prevent Accident. The Engineer and firemen seeing their situation jumped from the train to save themselves. Fortunately for the Furnace works a pit had been dug to put in a pair Scales to weigh cars this with and which was the Means wrecking the train before it dashed into the Furnace. The cars piled up making a Complete wreck the engine and several cars. No one was Hurt. The conductor no doubt will get the Bounce for the Neglest in not closing the switch. A passenger train and Coal train collided the c. L. A yet. Road thursday last. The trains were badly wrecked and the engines were rendered entirely useless except for the Iron. Two persons were seriously injured. John Yyi Hitman this place an employee was badly Cut and bruised hut will recover. A brakeman the Coal train was the other unfortunate one who was injured. It was a miraculous escape to come out such a wreck alive. The loss to the company is quite heavy. Robert Linn a Farmer living near Dundee tins county committed suicide by hanging himself Friday morning last. Or. Linn had been in ill health for some time past and was also financially embarrassed so much so that a foreclosure suit was pending to put his Home to Sale. It is thought that brooding Over his financial troubles and his sickness caused him to do the rash act. He got up Friday morning saying to his wife that she could Lay still awhile that he would build the fire. After getting up and without dressing he procured a rope tied a knot the end it and threw it Over the door pulling the door shut thus fastening the end the rope. He then got up a chair and adjusted the rope around his neck stepped off and slowly strangled to death no doubt As one foot still rested the chair and the other touching the floor. The wife got up shortly afterwards and found her husband dead. Or. Linn was a quiet civil Man and it is greatly to be regretted that he took such a step. An interesting social event occurred South Broadway by wednesday last. Or. James Kaldenbaugh had won the hand miss Kate Mcelroy a charming Young lady the daughter . James Mcelroy and Only awaited the Legal Sanction to make them Man and wife. The marriage ceremony was performed by Rev. Cook in the presence several their most intimate friends. Many excellent presents were bestowed. They Are a most interesting couple having been Early lovers and possessing dispositions congenial to each other hid fair to a Happy voyage through life. A Jimmie a As he is familiarly called is an excellent Young Man Good habits. The newly wedded couple started a bridal tour Eastern cities. The Best wishes Many friends go with them. A a if Money is used in buying Bonds it finds its natural place goes where it belongs a says Gen. Harrison. It has Long been the Republican theory that the bondholders have Peculiar rights. But the democratic theory is that the a a natural place a for Money not needed to carry the government and they place a a where it belongs a is in the pockets the people who earned it not in the coffers the Coupon clippers. A Coshocton Democrat. The republicans have printed Cleveland a veto messages fraudulent pension claims 111 pamphlet form to use As a fire Brand among the democratic soldiers. Such schemes will never win the vote an honest democratic Soldier. Cleveland has never vetoed an honest pension claim but the other hand has signed More than any other president in the United states. Sixty oxen and three Hundred sheep were slaughtered and roasted for the great democratic mass meeting at Shelby Ville Indiana monday. Judge Thurman attended escorted by the Duckworth club Cincinnati. Many the leading democratic politicians from other states besides All the party leaders Indiana were there. Arrangements have been perfected by which a new fast mail service will be put in operation this week by Way Philadelphia Pittsburgh and Cincinnat to Between new York and St. Louis East and West. It is said quite a number republicans in town have taken a Flop and will vote for Cleveland and Thurman. Doings the week. Thursday october 25 John Angel and wife Lorain were the guests his brother Charles Friday last. Municipal court matters have been Dull this week which Speaks Well for peace and Good order. The citizens Sioux City Iowa will construct a Corn Palace this year a More extended scale than last year. Cincinnati Centennial exposition until october 28th. Excursion tickets will he sold at extreme Low rates. 39w6 the members . Jacob Stoody a family who have the Scarlet fever Are convalescing and will soon be Well again. Yves Jackson who was Hurt at the the fair is not dead As reported in some the papers but is recovering from his injuries. Public memorial services will be held by the new Philadelphia and Schoen Brunn lodges i. O. O. F., at Odd Fellows Hall Friday oct. 19th, at 7 clock p. M. Do not leave your measure for a suit clothes pair pants without seeing the largest Stock and latest patterns at yet. C. Sutton amp cons. Prices always the lowest. _ an Exchange says that the Cleveland Market represents the genuine actual Market for wheat in this country. Oct. 2nd the Market there reached $1,00 and last week reached $1.14. The Senate Tariff Hill a Republican measure makes a reduction in total $75,000,000 the free list $6,500,000. Of course this is no approach to free Trade no Only Tariff revision. Done to forget to Call a. Gintz a co. Of this City and see their handsome line antique Oak bed and dining room furniture. This style furniture is becoming quite popular. 43w2 Remus r. Gartrell Beaver dam had a team horses run away thursday. They became frightened at a passing train. One the horses broke a leg and had to he shot. His son narrowly escaped serious injury. Grand cloak opening at runner amp Johnson a new store in canal Dover where it a child can buy As cheap As its Mother. Tyr by because we have marked our goods at one Low Cash Price. 43 we the Panhandle Road is now double tracked from Newark to Columbus. The West bound trains will use one track and the East bound trains the other. This will prevent collisions that portion the Road. Hon. Boston g. Young our candidate for Secretary state Hon. J. T. Brooks and judge yet. Stillwell will address the democracy Tuscarawas county at new Philadelphia oct. 25th. Let every Democrat in the county turn out. If you Are about to buy furniture go to a. Gintz amp co. And see their new line antique Oak pillar Extension tables Side boards dining room chairs bed room sets Etc. This class furniture is now taking the Lead. Remember we sell Low. 43w2 Rev. H. A. Becker Akron delivered an interesting Sermon sunday evening at the United Brethren Church to a Large audience. The Rev. Is a pleasing speaker logical in argument and perfect in delivery. He will return some time in the future to give a lecture his european travels. His time is now largely engaged in that work. Come to the grand democratic rally the 25th inst and see the largest crowd that has been in new Philadelphia for years. Bring along a Dollar and subscribe for the times. You will never regret it and others will please remember we would not object to receiving that which is now due us for we have to for paper and labor. It will you to come Twenty five Miles As we shall strive to place our selves intimate terms with you by making the lowest possible prices and live. Come and examine our Stock comprising clothing cloaks dry goods Silks and notions in the new Deis Block canal Dover Ohio. One Price clothiers ladies and gents furnishes. Natural Gas display at Cambridge oct. 23.�? Thi Date the c. Amp m. By. Will sell round trip tickets to Cambridge from All stations at half rates. In addition to the magnificent Gas display there will be a band contest and three grand trotting and pacing races for a purse $1,000. Special trains returning will leave Cambridge for All Points North at 9 30 p. M. Railroad time. Monday this week mrs. Columbus Milner set to work to give her husband a birthday Surprise party. He being away the greater part the Day his run As express messenger the preparatory work for the Surprise and supper was easily managed. About seven clock . Milner arrived not thinking in the least his birthday and Clad in his working apparel stepped to the door there to behold within a crowd his neighbors and acquaintances. The Shock was so sudden that he retreated and went around to the Kitchen door and there he was captured and ushered into the room. Seeing the tables spread he soon took in the situation As a birthday Surprise. After congratulations All were seated to As handsome a repast As one would wish to see. The culinary Art was followed to perfection. Mrs. Milner proved an expert in preparing an enjoyable feast. The evening was spent pleasantly in social enjoyment and plays until near the hour twelve when All sought their respective Homes Well pleased with the event the evening. May . Milner live to see Many More birthday anniversaries. Victory is ours the War is Over reduce the taxes c3 3r� a. 1st 3dcleveland amp Thurman mass meeting i a at a new Philadelphia o., to be addressed by Hon. Boston g. Young our candidate Tor Sec a state Hon. J. T. Brooks adjudge w. Stillwell upon the issues the Campaign a tax Reform a thursday october 25th every Labouring Man who has Learned the Folly the Republican High Tariff theory a a take care the Rich and the Rich will take care the poor a every citizen who endorses the intention the democratic party to pulverize the trusts a and a protect american labor from the extortionate taxes imposed in the interest american monopoly will he Hen fitted by hearing these eminent speakers. A rtt is hoped and expected that every Man in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties will he present. Let All take notice and govern themselves accordingly. Republican utterances. The following Are extracts from speeches and arguments made by prominent Republican statesmen James g. Blaine a a undoubtedly the inequality in the wages England and american operatives is More than equalized by the greater efficiency the latter and the longer hours James a. Garfield a a i am for that Protection which leads to ultimate free Justin s. Morrill a the Tariff was intended to be revised so that there should be some reduction in the Cost c. A. Arthur a a i recommend an enlargement the free James p. Foster a the manufacturers get practically the sole Benefit our Tariff Secretary Mcculloch a a the existing duties raw material should be Secretary Folger a a All agree that a revision the Tariff is senator John Sherman a a every obstruction to a free Exchange commodities is born the same narrow and despotic spirit that planted castles the Rhine to plunder peaceful Commerce. Every obstruction to Commerce is a tax consumption. Every facility to a free Exchange cheapens commodities increases Trade and promotes negroes deserting the republicans. Doings the week. Mud is the ruling element this week. English pique kid gloves sold Only at the store mrs. H. B. Hay Vest High Street. Remember the times office is Headquarters for neat and artistic Job printing and our prices Are reasonable in every particular. Last the season the Cleveland and Marietta railway special excursion tuesday oct. 23rd, to Cleveland and the marvelous Cyclorama. For menus boys and children a clothing go to . C. Sutton amp 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. Tyre have hand a handsome line ladies and children a wraps and the 18th and 19th, we will have a special opening. All Are invited to come. 42w2 j. Burry amp son. Yvo. 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. If you want the rest Mill Earth that will grind ear Corn with the Husk and All kinds Grain in the Best possible manner write for circular and prices to Cyrus Mcqueen Gene a agt., 43w3 Baltic Ohio. Rev. Or. John a 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 Gall him at Cadiz nov. 6th. The Ohio Centennial managers offered prizes to the amount $1,000 for the Best county display agricultural products. A Brood county secured first prize $500. There were seventeen counties in Competition. Licking county won the second Premium $250 Union county 3rd, $150 and Marion county 4th, $100. Of Friday and saturday 19-20, we shall place 1500 ladies cloaks and by raps Sale. Our manufacturer will be with us and All ladies not finding a garment to fit can have measure taken and garment made to order without extra expense. These wraps Are All new desirable styles fresh from manufactory. 43 we \ Des Harrisburg pa., oct. 7. New York world the representative coloured democratic voters Pennsylvania in conference Here came out boldly against the Republican party yesterday in a series Strong resolutions. They charge the Republican party after being in Power Twenty four years with not being Able to Accord to the coloured Man the rights and privileges guaranteed by constitutional enactment. These rights the resolutions say have been denied by reason treachery fraud and imposition. The american negro is asked to contrast the administration president Cleveland with that his predecessors in office which will show that the present administration is deserving consideration and continuation. The last two resolutions Are As follows a a that since president Cleveland has proven himself the executive All the people recognizing no distinction Between the citizens and guaranteeing to the negro every right duly due we tender him our undivided support. A a that we heartily endorse the presidents message the economical measures the Mills Bill the National democratic ticket and the state ticket Sythat is unbecoming in a woman is equally so in a Man. Fatherhood demands As much the purity and honest Worth As motherhood. Napoleon once said France needed mothers. America needs fathers fathers in tie Homes the land whose lives Are As Ideal and Beautiful As those the women they Moines la mail. Excursion to Cleveland the last the season tuesday oct. 23rd. The c. A m. By. Will run their last popular excursion to Cleveland for this season at the same Low rates As heretofore. Tickets will be Good for return until oct. 29th, seven Days. For further information regarding time trains and rates fare see Hills apply to any agent the Cleveland a Marietta by. An Eastern editor says a Man got into trouble by marrying two wives. A Western editor replies by assuring his contemporary that a Good Many have done the same thing by marrying one. A Northern editor says that quite a number his acquaintances found trouble by merely promising without going any further. A Southern editor Suys that a Friend his was bothered enough when simply found in company with another Many a wife. The comedy a your Railroad men a presented by the gaiety theatre co. At music Hall monday night was greatly appreciated by the Large audience in attendance and the humorous and pleasing Points the play were heartily applauded in fact the audience was taken by storm. Or. And mrs. Howe Are by no Means unknown to the profession and Public elsewhere. Yve remember them in the cities the Northwest where they always met with favor and appreciation. The following shows the enormous business done at the c. L. A w. Depot in this City during the month september tonnage freight received for the month 4,148,807 lbs charges freight received for the month $2002.06. Tonnage freight forwarded during the month 2,605,298 lbs charges the same $1070.34. Ticket sales for the month $948.25, making a total $4024.-75 Worth business transacted in a single month. The number passengers for the month was 1464, including 6 for the sunny clime California. Mrs. Jacob Dick went out to a Wagon the Street last tuesday to buy some quinces. A Little girl seated in the Wagon wanted a drink and the woman said to mrs. Dick that she did not understand that kind a Well. Mrs. Volunteered her services to procure the child a drink and going Laid her pocketbook containing $15 the inside Board the paling Fence while she Drew the water. Yyi Hen she turned to hand the child a drink she discovered that her pocketbook was missing. Mrs. Dick feels quite bad Over her loss and the City a visitors. Lewis Mcclelland Oberlin was visiting friends in this City the past week. Or. Isaac a Tallace and family returned to their Home in Independence Kansas this week. Mrs. John Bartles has been quite ill hut we Are pleased to learn is now convalescing. Or. Frank Domer Youngstown spent Sabbath with his parents and Sisters in this City. Supt. Phil. Bruner the c. A p. Was in the City presumably in the interest his Road monday. Grandma Donnell and mrs. Allen Smith and babe returned to Day from a visit a week in Uhrichsville. Mrs. Henry Congleton and daughter miss Minnie who have been a visit to friends in Kansas returned Home to Day. _ . English who was formerly a citizen our City hut for the past three years has made his Home in Kansas City is very sick . A. O. Barnes an attorney at the Cadiz bar was in attendance at court last week. Or. Barnes is employed to defend Shisler and Young Harrison county the charge grand larceny and which Case will come up for hearing this term court. Beautiful parlor picture. The Beautiful picture a a Vytill they consent a is a Large magnificent engraving printed upon a Sheet 19 inches wide by 24 inches Long. It is an exact copy an original painting by Kwall which was sold for $5,000. This elegant picture represents a Young lady standing in a Beautiful room surrounded by All that is luxurious near a half open door while the Young Man her Lover is seen in an adjoining room asking the consent her parents for their daughter in marriage. The Fine Interior decorations together with the Graceful position the Beautiful girl is in keeping with the sentiment the picture. It must he seen to he appreciated. This valuable picture is fitting to adorn the wails any ladies parlor and in order to offer an extraordinary inducement to introduce our by a starch this costly picture will he Given away free to every person purchasing a Small Box by a starch. This starch is something entirely new and is without a doubt the greatest starch invention the nineteenth Century at least everybody says so that have used it j. It supersedes everything heretofore used known to science in the laundry Art. Unlike any other starch As it is coated with pure White Wax and chemically prepared upon scientific principles by an expert in the laundry profession who has had years practical experience in fancy laundry ing. It is the first and Only starch in the world that makes ironing easy and restores old summer dresses to their natural whiteness and imparts to Linen a Beautiful and lasting finish. Ask your grocer for Wax starch and obtain this Beautiful and costly picture free. The by a starch co., 38w Keokuk Iowa. Died. James Oakland a highly exemplary and Christian gentleman died a vedness Day morning last at the residence mrs. C. Austin East front Street. The deceased was 59 years age and came to this City some months ago obtaining work in the rolling Mill. His native Home was in England having no relatives in this country and far away from those he loved he died As hut few die from out the common walks life in a christians Hope. He was formerly a member the salvation army in his native land. The remains were interred in the new Philadelphia cemetery thursday. Charles Smithyman. Bar tender at Sherman House died thursday lust pleurisy and infirm action the let towels. He was aged 24 years. The remains were interred saturday and the funeral services conducted by Rev. Cook. John infant son John and Maggie Lytle near Pike run died saturday night and the remains were tenderly Laid away to rest sunday afternoon in the Little cemetery near Beaver dam. The six weeks old child . And mrs. A a. 11. Swihart died thursday last week pneumonia. By As buried Sabbath afternoon Rev. Dowling officiating. The verdict unanimous. Court common pleas. Proceed n g s. Yyi b suit druggist Bippus ind., testifies a a i can recoil need electric bitters As the very Best remedy. Every bottle sold has Given Relief in every Case. One Man took six bottles and was cured rheumatism ten years Abraham Hare druggist Bellville Ohio affirms a the Best Selling Medicine i have Ever handled in 20 years experience is electric thousands others have added their testimony so that the verdict is unanimous that electric bitters do cure All diseases the liver kidneys blood. Only a half Dollar a bottle at Jiller s. Songs drug store. 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 Hank pos scan he made from the Prem ses and which find ready Sale. Apply at the times office to Henry Burton the premises. Oct. 4. 41m6 Money to loan. I have Money to loan Tuscarawas county Eal estate Long time secured by fret montage. John a. Himes. New Philadelphia 41w3 error casks. Ann Wise v Johnyv Beans judgment affirmed and remanded to probate court. George Dugan v the incorporated Village Dennison judgment affirmed and remanded to mayors court. Recognizance. Ohio comp v George Yyi Shank. Ohio v Villiam f Kahe $150. Ohio v Yyi Atkin by Atkins $200. Same v same. Allowance Hills exce1t10n8. A Yyi Sampliner a co v j a Hostetler. George Dugan v incorporated y Village Dennison. Imp anselment. Report grand jury in the matter appointment j a Thompson court Constable. In the matter appointment s j Albert Constable grand jury. Judgment for defendant. James yet Kenston a co v Gus Supply $192.11. Hub hell Brown v Samuel Havnar it Al $353.61. Same v same $750.52. Dismissed. Perchard Jones v Harriett a Jones. Elizabeth Giggle v George Giggle. Chas Beaber v Mabel Beaber. Daniel Doherr v John Saam. Bell Taff v James by. Faff. /. 1. Sparks v Shadreck Cope. Cases settled. John Laughlin v the Penna co. James m Metzar v Ella m Metzar. Catherine Davy v Yyi a a Gordon. Yyi a a Gordon v George Kughler. Fallwell Bros a co v j no a Hostetler. Cases continued. John shatter v Edwin a Vanostram. Plaintiffs to plead. Jesse Landes v Casper Singhaus. Defendant to . Annie Mcmillen v Anna Graham. Yyi Illiam Knisely v Isaac Hill. Christian Kuenzli v Nich Miller. Charles Hess v same. Sharp a sons v pipe Yyi works. Zellner amp son v Cinderilla Green. Amanda Gudgen v Alfred Harris. By Illiam Kerr v John s Pyle. Isaiah Bowers v Eli e Travis. Jennie Glass v John g Heck. Fillmore Crabtree v b Thompson. Thomas j Hanley v Rachel Terrell. Theodore fanning v Louisa Miller. Thomas Taylor v by Illiam Dunning. Rev ivors parties. The by a l e v Daniel Loiner. Mary a King v Sarah j Kurtz. Rule suspended. Samuel a let old v the Ohio Mutual. Motions for Security for costs. John Oberhelman v t b Raiff. Gorman Staley v Charles Yyi Alton. Demure heard. David Judy v Benj. Fisher. John Yyi Olf v Louisa Schneider. Joseph in Covell v Oscar a Craigo. Chas e Lle bold v win Scott. Jennie Glass v p s Olmstead. Gerrell Church a co v Jacob Degrief. Chiefs at Washington. Baby born the train. Youngstown oct. 13. A Young lady gave birth to a bouncing baby Hoy the Niles a new Lisbon Road yesterday while the train was running at the rate thirty Miles an hour. Additional local. The finest goods the fairest dealings the fullest satisfaction guaranteed at a a a. C. Sutton a cons. 10,000 lbs. Of Wool wanted for which will full Market Price for the above amount. 25 John Burry. New Philadelphia seems to be cursed with scandal mongers whose Only employment is to try to drag decent people Down to their level. Now is the time to Call upon Daniel Yyi yes to buy Jour fruit Trees Etc. He Sells cheap and guarantees entire satisfaction. _ 43w3 . I. Stern new York will he at Urfer a Kinsey a oct. 25-26, with Over 300 wraps at special Low prices. It will be the finest display Ever in town. Done to forget to Call and see them. Or. Nicholas Miller Shanesville committed suicide monday night by hanging himself. We have not Learned the particulars As to the cause his rash act. Cloaks cloaks cloaks a special cloak Sale oct. 25-26ui. Children a misses and ladies wraps in All new novelties and styles. Recollect the place and Date Urfer a Kinsey a new Philadelphia it it Hio. A Beautiful line millinery goods just arrived at mrs. It. B. Hayes store West High Street. Come Early and select what you want. We will not he excelled by any one either in Quality Price. 42 w2 the gaiety theatre co. Are still enjoying a Good patronage at music Hall. They presented Mckee Rankin s play a a the Yanites a last evening portray ing Western life and giving a Good idea the once terrible scavengers the mormons whose deeds blood still remain in the history Western civilization. Land explorers excursion tickets at Low round trip rates will be sold Octol it 9th and 23th, via the Pennsylvania lines West Pittsburg to representative Points in Kansas Colorado Nebraska Iowa Minnesota Dakota Montana a Wyoming Indian territory Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and Texas. These tickets will be Good for return passage within thirty Days from Date Sale. Further information can be secured by calling addressing the passenger ticket agent in your Vicinity the Pennsylvania co., the p. C. Amp St. Louis Ray Chicago St. L. A Pittsburgh Railroad. Unwilling to talk until recovered from the effects their journey. Washington oct. 13. Sixty one chiefs and sub chiefs from the great Rouix reservation in Dakota composing the delegations from the several trill is the Rouix nation which have come to by Ashington to Confer with the president and Secretary the Interior and to present their objections to the Law recently passed by Congress for the relinquishment 11,000,000 acres their reservation were escorted to the Interior department at 10 clock this morning by their respective agents. A conference with the Secretary had been arranged for that hour and after being introduced to the Secretary one by one the indians filed into the office the assistant attorney general and took their seats. All the chiefs As Well As the interpreters wore civilized dress with the exception moccasins hut each wore conspicuously earrings trinkets some kind Peculiar to their race. Rarely has so notable a delegation indians appeared at Shing ton. Prominent among them was sitting Bull who a made the Medicine for the Custer massacre Gall who commanded the indians in the tight John Gross said to in the most intelligent Indian in the whole Rouix nation and several others prominence among their people. Secretary y Las made a speech Welcome and explained in detail the methods which lie Iliad adopted to secure a faithful honest and free expression their wishes with respect to the Law whether they would accept reject it. He explained that the commission had been instructed to fully and with faithfulness interpret to them the provisions the act. A to Day a he said a you shall have the Opportunity to state what you wish and All you wish. I will now hear you. A As the Secretary took his seat Yyi Wiite ghost from the Crow Creek Agency arose and after shaking hands with nearly every one present except his comrades said through an interpreter that he was Happy to Sec his White Brothers and glad that a a we All have a Good he said that lie and his friends were very tired and wished to rest until monday when they would come prepared to speak. Swift Bird from the Chy Enne Agency arose As Hite ghost took his seat. He said a my friends we Are pleased to see you to Day. God has made our skins red but we Are All friends and equal before he urged a postponement. Swift Bird from Pine Ridge Agency an old Man with Long Gray hair was the next speaker. He said lie was an old Man and the wagons which brought him Here had almost killed him. He said lie could not even now rid himself the rocking motions the wagons. He wanted a Days rest. Little wounded from the Pine Ridge Agency began his speech by saying that he was Well pleased to see such a Good looking lot men before him. All the speakers complained being fatigued from their Long ride and requested a postponement the Council until monday which the Secretary granted. let them enter. Niagara Falls ont., oct. 15. Fong Lang a converted chinaman aged 27, without a queue and dressed in English clothing accompanied by his English wife aged 22, from Toronto arrived Here from that City this afternoon in route for new York. The custom authorities the american Side stopped them and would not allow Fong Lang Tenter the United states although it was Perini Sihle for his wife to do so. But she would not go without her husband. Fong Lang in a British subject by naturalization and a Christian. Excitement in Texas. Great excitement Lias been caused in the Vicinity Paris Texas by the remarkable recovery a. E. Corley w How As so helpless he could not turn in Ltd raise his head everybody said he was dying consumption. A trial let Ottle . Kings new discovery was sent him. Finding Relief he bought a Large bottle and a Xix . Kings new life pills by the time he had taken two in axes pills and two bottles the discovery he was Well and had gained in flesh thirty six pounds. Trial bottles this great discovery for consumption free at Jiller a songs. Large bottles $1. Forepaugh backs the Winner. Adam Forepaugh said to a reporter the Philadelphia times sunday a a i have wagered about$18,000 Cleveland. The last bet $1,000 was made saturday. I have been travelling about All Over the country for the past six months and i have had a better Opportunity to study the the political situation All Over the country than people who Are settled in one place. I would not risk $18,000 Cleveland if i Hadnot Good reasons for believing i was going to win. A the reason workingmen do not Prosper. The Farmers Labouring men and mechanics this country have not been Able to accumulate any great amount wealth during the past Twenty five years. Nor is it any wonder when it is considered that they have been forced to a tax forty seven per cent nearly everything which they purchased while Notin any Way being benefited. Those who Are tired paying this enormous tribute will vote the democratic ticket this courier. Unclaimed letters. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office october 15th, 1888 miss Elizabeth turnback . Yyi a Smock j no p Taylor red e Collar e r Roger mrs Kate Kaner Charley Athy Yum Aegerter mrs Anna Stober Isaac l Dykes Register. If not called for in fourteen Days Wili he sent to the dead letter office. E. P. Degreif p. M. Flour advanced ten cents per sack monday. Yyi heat five cents per Bushel and now stands $1.05. /

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