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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - October 27, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday october 27, 1887. Number 44. Official directory. District. Congress. State senator. Common pleas judges. County. Representative. Prot Bate j Edge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. A editor. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. City. Daniel Korns. James h. Morrow. Philip Getzman Street commissioner John s. Graham. Bediali Wilkins Geo. W. Crites j. C. Glance a. S. Pearce Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins j. C. Figert g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. A. G. Neumann s. Tuter it w. E. Lash r. Benner 0. Ii. Hoover Ozias Delong j. Porter mayor a Erk marshal Jacob Miller. C. C. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. B. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. S. Glatfelter. Council game Warden. Names. Justices. Townships. Youngen. Una a Bixler. Enry Deihle. Liili p Doerfer. Aniel Krebs. O Milliken. W Newburg. Its 11 Lostetter Icli Montag. Y Renneker. A Arlell Ehlers Philip a Garver c Fernsel. Ahiel Richards ugh t Minnis. 11 Booth. 11 read. It in s Spring. Dan w Tolli avid Breymeir impel c Kline it in Milone. J Greene. No w Lytle . W Knisley. R Mulvane. D Timmerman. J Murphy. Is Galbraeth. B Rankin. A Cornett. J j Haskinson s Mckinney. Resley m Tracy Ewis c Zollars. Richardson. S Wagner. L Baldwin. K Robinson. Ii Gardner. G Galbraith. Iram Echman. Obit Coruthers Isaac couts. Nines w Stoutt Ohn Wetter. Illiam Kinsey ii Kuhn. Auburn. Auburn. Bucks. Bucks. Clay. Clay. Dover. Dover. Dover. Fairfield. Fairfield. Franklin. Franklin. Goshen. Goshen. Goshen. Goshen. Jefferson. Jefferson. Lawrence. Lawrence. Mill. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Oxford. Perry. Perry. Rush. Rush. Salem. Salem. Sandy. Sandy. Sugar Creek. Sugar Creek. Union. Union. Warren. Warren. Warwick. Warwick. Washington Washington Wayne. Wayne. York. York. Post Ofick. Ragersville. I Hagersville. Baltic. Baltic. Lock no. 17. Gnadenhutten. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. New Philada a. Zoar station. Strasburg. Strasburg. New Philada a. New Philada a. New Philada a. New Philada a. Port Washington Stone Creek. Zoar. Bolivar. Uhri Cliville. Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomerstown Newcomerstown Cadwallader. Cadwallader. Tippecanoe. Gnadenhutten. Port Washington port Washington Mineral City. Mineral City. Shanesville. Shanesville. Uhri Cliville. Leesville. I new Cumberland new Cumberland Tuscarawas. Tuscarawas. Albany. Ippoli. Dundee. Dundee. New Philada a. Black band. Professional directory. 0ct0r Eda Wilhelmi Mclean gynaecologist. Practice limited to diseases women and children. Office a Public Square new Philadelphia 0. 7 j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and Resi ence no. 4h, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 48yl Plancis Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. Pm. Iii song a slaving shampooing and Blair dressing parlor in basement under Millers drug store North Broadway. Now Philadelphia 0. 48yl u1n s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Ladelphia Olio. All professional business a aptly attended to in Tuscarawas and and Ning counties. Office up stairs opposite it House North Broadway. 47yl ii Booth attorney at Law notary Public and con it Yancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians act units. Office up stairs opposite the court ouse. North Broadway. 47yl Amuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio in professional business entrusted to his care Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining count-8, will receive prompt and careful attention. Tice Over citizens National Bank. Mitchells dental rooms. Jhant Mitchell d. D. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. To Block new Philadelphia Over Raiff s hardware Szorc a own and Bridge work skilfully executed. Tsp Gas and Ether administered. Senses the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1 the gil8ey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey. Proprietor. Lie House Lias been newly furnished through. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices debate. Bus to and from the ears Good Ery in connection with the House. 9yl Church directory. every sunday at 30 a. In. And 7 clock p. Sunday school 9a.m. Prayer meeting every wednesday rening. every lords Day morn la at la 0b a. In. Preaching morning and rening every third lords Day each ont i. Sunday school at clock a. Tho dist every Abbath at Lorio a. In. And 7 clock p. Sun a school at 9 a. Prayer meeting de essay evenings at 7 clock. Man reformed preaching every Sun in at 103u a. And 2 15 p. M., alternately anday school at 9 00 . Prayer meeting very wednesday evening at 7 15. On the St sunday morning service each month a missionary concert in the evening. T her Sabbath school at 9 in. Prayer meeting every wednesday eve ing at 7 clock. Preaching sabbat i Moru nos and evenings. Lodge directory. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday october 27, 1887 office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 4b-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 j3rremittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Bir address All matter intended for publication to the times. Laws 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 it whether he has ordered it not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without forming the publishers and the paper is sent to the former direction they Are held responsible notice should always be Given removal. If subscribers refuse neglect to take papers from the office 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 Delaware. For lieutenant governor d. C. Coolman Portage. For supreme judges l. R. Critchfield Homes Long term. Vergil p. Klein Cuya hoga Short term. For auditor state Emil Keis wettest Franklin. For state treasurer g. W. Harper Greene. For attorney general William h. Leeter Defiance. For Board Public works Peter Murphy Butler. Senators�?18th and 19th districts. D. Ii. Mortley Coshocton county. A. 1. Dorr 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 courts John c. D0nahey. For prosecuting attorney James g. Patrick. For commissioner Robert t. Benner. For infirmary director Milton Porter. For Surveyor 0. H. Ii Oover. Your a a l k do Democrat. >0nic.�?Tuscarawas chapter no. 38, it. A. Meets thursday before full Moon at a ale Hall. City Block. Q p Taylou. Ii. P. Nikl Gutzman Sec y. 50nic�?new Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, a a. M., meets Friday before full Moon d two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mcllvain . L. Taylor Sec a. Gifts Lodge no. Meets in their Castle Hull Centre Block Ery thursday evening. Y w. E. Beck c. C. Duncan k. Of r. And s. O. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, nets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows a t. J. Zellner n. G. A. Correll Letec. Sec a.0. Lodge no. 480, meets Ery monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall to Block. C. Stempi Fly n. G. Skol rec. Sec . Encampment meets every end and fourth Friday each month at id Fellows Hall City Block. John Dunn c. P. A. Correll scribe. Ron Tuscarawas no. 35, p. M., i. 0. Of a a meets every third thursday evening in he Mouth at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. R. J. W. Dodd Secretary. I. Crawford Post no. 6, meets Ery first and third monday night at their a a quarters in Centre Block. Daniel Korns commander. L. Crouch. Adjutant. Yal Council meets Ery first and third Friday each month in nights pythias Hall. A. P. Minnick Regent. Ii. Officer Secretary ti0nal Council no 52, sets every second and fourth wednesday itch month at g. R. Hall. E. Kaserman pres m. Bowers Cor. Sec a. Item every Sun by at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday Viool at 9 15 a. Are not Good democrats will he apply his sneering title that he applies to us a a a Good Democrat As defined in the above article. If Good democracy consists in obeying the Bosses then we Are not in the democratic fold. It was said not Long by one who knew that a the Ohio Democrat meant Beriah Wilkins and Beriah Wilkins meant the county patronage and that if we knew which Side our bread was buttered we would haul in and change we asked for explanation and was informed that the Ohio Democrat was a Wilkins Organ that is that it endorsed him and that Wilkins controlled the party patronage including the Public printing and that if we wanted a slice we would have to wheel into rank. We Are Well aware the fact that he Wilkins does control and own one the county officials but surely not All. An Effort has been made to intimidate one county official that saw lit to favor the times with a Small share patronage and who is out for re election. We would ask this Wise editor if that is jeffersonian democracy now if the editor wants to know anything More about a bring Rule a let him Call for it and we will give a chapter next week and we will particularized too. It was intimated to us that the editor the Ohio Democrat wanted a newspaper Racket with the times. We accept the Challenge. The Railroad meeting monday night was quite Well attended and considerable interest manifested. Several subscribed their one per cent the tax duplicate. The meeting was addressed by . Beers vice president the Road j. H. Barnhill and . Holden Mineral Point. Or. Holden gave Many indisputable facts As to the Benefit the Road. The town Mineral Point has become quite a business place since the Valley Road was built and ships More tonnage than new Philadelphia canal Dover and All the towns the c. Amp p. To Bayard combined and still they can to get Railroad accommodations to do All their business. The same trouble has been experienced at the Iron Mills Here. We Are in a fair Way now to raise the necessary sum for right Way. There will be another meeting Friday evening next. Let everyone turn out and help to work up an interest. This Road will give this City and Vicinity the greatest Boom Ever yet experienced. The solicitor will be hand this and next week so that you will All have a Chance to Aid a Little. You can subscribe labor if you cannot Money. Tii Ink the Many thousands dollars that will be expended in the county in constructing the Road and new Philadelphia will get a Good share it. Let everyone talk it up and be at the meeting Friday night. A the Tuscarawas chronicle is not pleased with the course the Democrat. It thinks we make a great mistake m not remaining quiet while it proceeds to misrepresent and vilify the county officials simply because they Are democrats. The chronicle says there Are some a a Good democrats in the county and proceeds to quote from an individual who had his name placed before the late democratic county convention but who did not possess the manliness to abide by the decision the delegates but proceeded to take up the Republican cry a bring rules and sought to create the impression that he was Defeated by unfair methods when he Well knew that such was not the Case. We Call attention to this particular Case for the purpose illustrating the Republican idea a a Good democrats. Whenever you read in a Republican paper a a a Good Democrat you can safely assume that there is something very lame in that Fellows democracy. In nine cases out ten you find this a a Good Democrat kicking the make up his party ticket for some selfish reason. This is the reason the Republican paper considers him a a a Good Democrat and for this reason Only. A a a Good Democrat is very much the same As a a a Good Indian As he is dead so far As his party a interests Are concerned. The Democrat is pleased to he Able to state that there Are very few a a Good democrats in Tuscarawas county this year. The party is United and harmonious despite one two individuals who Are croaking account selfish motives. With a full vote we will pile up a majority to be proud Democrat. The above article was written by the Whipper snapper editor a Boss Wilkins Organ in which lie goes out his Way to say something in behalf his Boss under cover answering the chronicle s article in which that paper Speaks a Good democrats a Etc. He says a the chronicle quotes from an individual who had his name placed before the late democratic county convention but who did not possess the manliness to abide by the decision the delegates a Etc. Now this would be All Wise editor the Boss knows he is guilty falsehood by insinuation for he Well knows there has not been a syllable uttered in the times against a single candidate the democratic ticket but this is Only an excuse to give Opportunity to say something in favor his dictator. The Bosses have Lead this misguided creature to believe he is a Demigod capable teaching manliness Good democracy Etc., when in fact he knows As much about the democracy Tuscarawas county and the ring methods As an egyptian Mummy. If he thinks he can bag the democracy Tuscarawas county like so Many Quail for his Boss he will soon find himself mistaken. This would be teacher democracy will please say whether not it was Manly democratic when several gentlemen As leaders and Many democrats beside within the last six months were crying out against Bossis and ring Rule will he please inform us whether it was Manly democratic for the editor the Beo Zachter to denounce in the past year a a ring Rule and Bossis ? a will he dare say that editor is not a Good Democrat ? the Many hundreds Good German followers who uphold his views if any one the Republican candidates thinks he can be elected by appealing to the German people with a manufactured slur at their nationality will be sadly disappointed. German people Are sensitive and Well they May be when they Are insulted but to circulate a false report to catch them is too old a Dodge. They will investigate. Such an attempt is being made John c. Donahey. See his letter in another column branding the tale As a falsehood. The proposition will be brought before Congress at its next session to establish a naval Reserve. It will if formed consist officers and men from the mercantile Marine Yatch Smen and watermen generally and vessels built to be built suitable for use in time War auxiliary to the regular Navy As Well the great lakes As the Seaboard. This Reserve would stand in the same relation to the Navy As the Malitia now does to the regular army. The latest postal Laws Are such that newspaper publishers can arrest any one for fraud who takes a paper and refuses to pay for it. Under this Law the Man who allows his subscription to run along for some time unpaid and then orders it discontinued orders the postmaster to Mark it a a refused a and have a postal card sent notifying the publisher lays himself liable to arrest and Fine the same As for theft. Although the Best the Public lands have gone it is encouraging to note that there remain a surveyed about 9,000,-000 acres in Colorado 12,000,000 in Ari Zonia nearly 30,000,000 in California 49,000,000 in Dakota 7,000,000 in Florida 44,000,000 in Idaho 7,000,000 in Minnesota 39,000,000 in Nevada 74,000,000 in Montana 41,000,000 in Utah More than 20,000,000 in Washington territory and so . The Street fair held at Uhri Cliville thursday and Friday last was a grand Success. A very Large crowd was present each Day. The exhibition was exceedingly Good. Friday was a miserable d in account the cold wind and dust which detracted somewhat from the exhibition and prevented Manv from attending. Ameer Green a desperate character was taken from the jail at Delphi Indiana october 22d, where he was lodged awaiting trial for the murder Luella Mabbitt and hanged to a tree. The mob consisted 180 armed men. Green plead piteously at first and proclaimed his Innocense. Among other Railroad news in the enquirer we notice the following the projected Extension the Wheeling amp Lake Erie Road has been abandoned and there will be no new Issue stocks the policy the management being to begin the payment quarterly dividends at one per cent. The presidential party returned to Washington the morning the 22d inst., from their 4,500 mile trip. The president was much gratified with the trip. _ if not to the Foraker owes an apology to the people this country for his language to the president the United Knight. The custom flouring Mill owned by the Karl Brothers in new Philadelphia has started up again. Gold can buy pretty nearly everything in this world except that which a Man wants worst happiness. Blondin tight rope Fame will return to this country next summer after an absence Over Twenty years. You will save Money by buying your clothing hats Caps and gents furnishing goods w. C. Sutton amp co. 44w4 Rev. Or. W. T. Meloy Chicago delivered his popular lecture a the Touchstone a to an appreciative audience thursday evening last. Mrs. Gen. T. R. R. Cobb Atlanta Georgia has the original draft the Confederate Constitution As it came from the committee who drafted it. The agents Buffalo Bill Are now in Rome trying to negotiate for the use the coliseum to exhibit his Indian show in. Rouse be romans Rouse be slaves Temperance puts Wood the fire hour in the barrel meat in the Larder vigor in the body intelligence in the brain and happiness in the whole family. In the last three years and a half a negro Porter employed by a jewelry manufacturing firm new York City stole $15,000 Worth goods from his employers. If you want a suit clothes if you want an overcoat if you want a hat Cap if you want a suit made to order if you want a pair pants made to order go to a. C. Sutton amp co. 44w4 burgers entered the store Jacob study sunday night last and relieved the Money draw about $8 nothing else was disturbed so far discovered. The thief entered by hoisting a window in the rear end the store building. Two men robbed Jacob b. Gills an aged and decrepit citizen Kalamazoo Michigan $sg5, one Day last week. They broke Down his door and by threats compelled him to Tell where he had his Money concealed. Joseph i Neuser a merchant tailor St. Joseph Michigan ended a spree a few Days by suicide. He Cut his Throat severed the veins in his and then jumped out a third Story window fracturing his Skull. He survived a few hours afterwards. This is the Way they do in Michigan according to the Clinton Independent a the Man who held a wee baby in main Hall at the fair while his wife went to witness the races wore a sad face. He repeatedly murmured a Why is it thus ? what a fool i was a a 45 new Market and children a wraps to he sold at a heavy sacrifice. The wraps must be sold out and any one who wants a cheap wrap must come in due season As they Are going fast at the prices we Are Selling them. Williams amp Horning new Philadelphia 2\v mrs. William Van coffin Mason Ohio the morning the 21st inst., went out to milk leaving her six year old son in the Kitchen. Soon after cries were heard the father ran in threw his overcoat around the child who was fire and smothered the Llames Blit it was too late the Little fellow died in a few hours. There was Only one match in the crowd four men each whom had a Cigar ready to Light. Let me strike it said one in mail irishman. He struck the attitude assumed by a contemplative Stork took the match and swiftly Kee hauled it. The Effort was a failure the head being broken off and lost. By Jarge he exclaimed. I forgot i was naturalized last month. We learn from Good authority that a few our citizens Are trying to effect an engagement with Madam Kellogg the celebrated vocalist for new Philadelphia in december. Madam Kellogg will sing for $500. Surely the citizens new Philadelphia with the Aid canal cover and Uhri Cliville could Purchase five Hundred tickets at one Dollar each. It is not often so noted a personage can be secured for a Small place and when we have an Opportunity As we have now everyone should work to get the number tickets sold to raise the sum required. We never witnessed a More brutal scene than that the arrest a Minnie a the italian Friday last at the Street fair in Uhri Cliville. We think it Little becomes officers any City to arrest a woman and drag her through the streets As though she was a brute we Are not pleading the cause the woman referred to As we fully understand that she has fallen from virtue and True womanhood hut we do plead for the Sake the mothers and daughters our civilized land that More re Spect be shown them than to treat one their sex so shamefully however degraded and Low she May be. Humane societies Are organized for the Protection dumb brutes How be it then that a human being should be thus treated ? the series lectures by capt. L. L Janes six in number announced in our last Issue was inaugurated in the m. E Church sunday last. The introductory lecture was enthusiastically receiver and produced a profound impression the Large audience present that eve Ning await with anticipated pleasure the succeeding lectures the subjects which Are As follows monday evening oct. 24, at the lutheran Church a a the Case stated the greatest modern tuesday evening oct. 25, presbyterian Church a a religion Medicine and in Friday evening oct. 28, same place a a Home Saloon and alcoholic hered sunday evening Union All the churches at the m. E. Church a a Asia and the tragic Story tuesday evening nov. 1, presbyterian Church a a Law and the liquor by order w. C. T. U. Personal mention. J. W. Paulus Stone Creek called the times tuesday last. Miss Mamie Custer is visiting . L. E. Custer Springfield Ohio. Hon. H. H. Porter port Washington was at the county seat tuesday. John Laurence Phillipsburg gave the times office a pleasant Call monday. _ w. Ii. Host an attorney Sherrodsville was attending court in this City tuesday. G. W. Smith and family canal Dover visited his parents in this City sunday last. Howard Smith and will Timmons Newcomerstown o., spent sunday at the Hub. _ Robert Moore special insurance agent Cambridge paid his local agent Here a visit tuesday. The misses Clara and Alice Marty Orrville Ohio Are visiting relatives and Many friends in new Philadelphia and near Trenton. W. C. Browne president the City Bank new Philadelphia father mrs. W. H. Hunter wife daughter and son Are in the Gazette. J. W. Mcneil brother in Law mrs. Jacob study returned to his Home in Kansas City after a couple weeks visit with . And mrs. Study in this City. Fred Bigler it. Vernon o., who has been travelling for the Nursery Daniel Wyss is now in this City packing his Stock for delivery. Or. Bigler is a Success As a Salesman and he can Well guarantee his goods that come from . Wyss Nursery. Fred has sold More Trees this season than any other two agents for the same Nursery. Wedding Bells. Thursday october 20th, was the Day the marriage . Christian Maurer to miss Allie Schneider at the Home the brides parents the Wooster Road two Miles North canal Dover Many the friends and relatives both Bride and Groom assembled in the morning to witness the ceremony and share in the feast which followed. It was just Elevon clock when the Bride Aud Groom made their appearance in Ine parlor before the Rev. Goobler who in few but feeling words United the two in the holy Bonds Matrimony after this Many congratulations were Given the Happy pair. Next the father the Bride invited the guests to a table which was heavily loaded with All eatables imaginable after All had appeased their appetites they enjoyed the remainder the Day in listening to music rendered by the misses Wolf and Moyer and win. Potschner and in singing familiar songs which made glad the hearts the old. There were Many gifts to numerous to mention Here. Among those present were the parents both Bride and Groom grandfathers Yeackel Schneider and Baad mrs. Mary Lebold mrs. Bahler . And mrs. John b. Maurer Mendon Ohio . And mrs. Denzer . And mrs. Adam Schneider grandmother Schneider George c. And cum. H. Maurer Wooster misses Wolf and Schneider Mary and Charlotta Maurer . And mrs. Potschner and others. Sabbath afternoon Many the friends both Bride and Groom assembled at the Home the grooms parents at Boliver to give their Good wishes to the newly wedded couple and an enjoyable time was had. One event the Day was that All the Brothers and Sisters the Moyer family were present and it was quite a reunion As the children had not All been at Home together for ten years. Obituary. By Riahy a a Slick one. James Mathias son . And mrs. George Mathias old town Valley who has been in Pueblo Colorado for a year More died at that place thursday last. His parents were telegraphed for tuesday the 18tiand left the same Day for Colorado but did not arrive there until after his death. His remains were brought Here for interment and the funeral took place tues afternoon at 3 clock and was largely attended. He was 22 years age. George Williams new Philadelphia died at Cleveland Ohio Friday last at 5 clock p. M., and was brought Home to this place saturday and buried in the new Philadelphia cemetery monday afternoon. He had been in Cleveland several weeks and had been in ill health at times but the Day his death he was apparently Felling Well and ate his supper and in fifteen minutes afterwards he was a Corpse having died heart disease. He was buried by the g. A. R. Post this place. Or. Williams was a Soldier in the 16tli and 51st V. I., enlisting under the first Call. He died at the age 51 years. Letter from . Donahey. From the Newark american How he a been manipulating things by Means his Money and the offices. That our own dear Beriah is laying his Hopes for another term in Congress there is Little doubt. It is said by the knowing ones that he has recently put up the hard Cash to Purchase the democratic Organ his own county for a firm headed by a son James t. Irvine Zanesville who was appointed Deputy collector internal Revenue at the instance . Wilkins. Then too it is remembered that he has secured the position Bank examiner for Jerry Sullivan who was his competitor for congressional honors from Holmes county in the last convention thus making that county solid. In Coshocton he has had appointed the editor one the democratic papers postmaster and got his competitor from that county . Forbes nominated to the legislature and in Muski Ngum we learn that Irvine his collector has secured a half interest in the Organ and this in connection with Maginnis and Murphy a influence secured by their appointments As judge territorial court and postmaster respectively will make a sure footing for him in that county while Ike ii ill judge Allen Tom Thornton and Bostons and Brady will be Able to manipulate the thing in this county. Truly Beriah is a Slick one and if we do not miss our prediction the blonde judge and one two other expectant in this county will find themselves left when next Summers convention comes along. We will Wager our old boots that the Wiley Olive coated blonde with the fair hair mild eyes and gentle manners from the Banks the sluggish Tuscarawas will win easily. That is to say your lungs. Also your breathing machinery. Very wonderful machinery it is. Not Only the larger air passages but the thousands 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 any the family Throat and nose and head and ung obstructions All Are bad. All ought to be got rid . There is just one sure Way to get rid them. That to take Boschee a German syrup which any druggist will sell you it 75 cents a bottle. Even if everything else has failed you you May depend upon this for certain. 9yl a gift for All. In order to give All a Chance to test it and thus be convinced its wonderful curative Powers . Kings new discovery for consumption coughs and colds will be for a limited time Given away. This offer is not Only Liberal but shows unbounded Faith in the merits this great remedy. All who suffer from coughs colds consumption asthma bronchitis any affection Throat Chest lungs Are especially requested to Call at f c Miller amp songs drug store and get a trial bottle free. Large bottles $1. Normal school. Editor times dear sir a i am creditably informed that one James Thomp son Goshen township formerly Perry township who is a Republican is travelling in company with my opponent . Vorherr Dover through the townships York Auburn Bucks Jefferson and other German settlements circulating the following false reports for political effect and to gratify a per Sonal feeling the part . Thompson to wit a a that i said after i was nominated i could go Home and rest easy that 1 could be elected easy without the did dutch and that i said did not want a Saloon keeper to vote for me a All which i Brand As a malicious falsehood gotten up for political effect and not a semblance truth in it. Your respectfully John c. Donahey do you want a first class suit Over coat at reasonable figures ? if you do visit w. C. Sutton amp co. 44w4. Overcoats at lower prices than any other House in the county at w. C. Sutton a amp co. 44w4 give them a Chance. Democratic meetings. At Somerdale saturday october 29, at 2 clock p m. Ilon a w Patrick and John a Buchanan Esq. Black band saturday eve october 29. James g Patrick and j ii Mitchell Esq. Ragersville saturday eve november 5th. Prof c c Forney. Dundee tuesday eve october 25th. Hon a w Patrick and j ii Mitchell Esq. Pleasant Valley school House Friday Eye october 28. James g Patrick. Rock school House monday evening october 31. James g. Patrick and prof. C. C. Forney. Wolf a station wednesday evening november 2d. James g. Patrick and prof. C. C. Forney. Gilmore thursday evening november 2d. John a. Buchanan Esq. Baltic thursday evening november 3d. Hon. H. H. Porter and prof. C. A. Forney. Strasburg Friday evening november 4 the. Leroy Mcgregor. Shanesville Friday evening november 4th. Hon. A. W. Patrick and John a. Buchanan. Phillips Burgh Friday evening nov. 4. Prof. Forney and James g. Patrick. Westchester Friday evening november 4. J ii Mitchell and t b Rankin. Ragersville saturday evening nov. 5th. Prof. J. C. Forney. Grange school House saturday evening november 5th. J ii Mitchell and t b Rankin. Pike run monday evening november 7th. John a. Buchanan. By order committee. Who Are in the wrong the reasons Why. The Winter term our school will open monday november 14th, 1887. A goodly number ladies and gentlemen have already enrolled for the term. A thorough course in higher algebra higher arithmetic and Engligh grammar will be Given. A first class writing school will be conducted in connection with the Normal by prof. J. F. Kuhns who graduated in prof. G. Bitleris pen Art Hall at Wooster Ohio. Try our school before going elsewhere. For further particulars address John p. Kuhn Box 707, new Philadelphia 43\v4 Russia. St. Petersburg oct. 21. Excavations in Jerusalem ground belonging to the russian government have resulted in the discovery remains the ancient town Wall and the position the Gates the town during the lifetime the Savior through which the Savior passed to Golgotha. Grand Duke Sergius president the Palestine society invites subscriptions to a fund for the purpose preserving these relics. A most fashionable audience filled the metropolitan to hear miss Kate Bensberg and her company in Balfer so sleeping Queen and the third and fifth acts the audience was charmed and perhaps surprised at the High musical order the sunday news. She will appear at music Hall Friday evening october 28th. Of miss Bensburg who appears in the opera la Ombra at music Hall Friday night this week the Springfield ills., Monitor says a a miss Kate Bensberg is an entrancing vocalist and it is impossible for a human voice to Render the last Rose sum Mer with More liquid sweetness and purity tone than it was rendered last 500 Yards pushes and velvets in All colors and qualities. Also a Large line braids beaded sets worsted sets Gimps Jet ornaments in fact All dress trimmings will be reduced 15 to 20 per cent from this Date. Examine this Stock for styles and prices. Williams amp Horning new Philadelphia o., oct. 28. 2w 25 Plush Coats approval in three qualities. Any one can save from $3 to $5 a Plush coat As approval can be sold at greatly reduced prices. Or Ders taken for any size from 34 to 42 any one can examine this line Coats and order in any Grade. Williams amp Horning new Philada., oct. 28, 1887. 2w our line gents furnishing goods is the largest and Best selected in the county at prices that defy completion. A c. Sutton amp co. 44w4 done to fail to go and hear Kate Bens Berger at the opera House Friday october 28th. It is one the Best companies the Road. There Are very Many a a reasons Why working men should vote the democratic ticket 1. The fundamental principle the democratic party is a a a government the people for the people a therefore 2. The democratic party is essentially a party the masses As opposed to classes and 3. Its principles grasp the a greatest Good to the greatest the classes As such Are not known to democracy All citizens Are esteemed equal before the Law As Well As in the distribution the favors the government. 4. Democratic legislation is for the Good the whole people never in the interest Stock jobbers bulls bears Pool Barons land grabbers men who form syndicates for the acquisition the Public Domain Are the production Republican legislation As Are also our Railroad and Telegraph Kings. Such a thing As the grinding monopolies that now oppress labor were unknown before the Days when unfortunately the reins government fell into the hands the Republican party. 5. Twenty five years experience has shown to the world that the Republican party is not Only sectional but that it is also the party that has Ever legislated a the a a classes a As distinct from the 6. The Republican party is unworthy Confidence for that though loud in its profession political honesty and purity it has been the progenitor All the political corruption and Rasca Lity that has disgraced our history in the Oast Quarter a Century. To it we owe that our annals Are defiled by the credit Mobilizer de Golyer Star route and other scandals to it we must look for the causes which enabled Many men to become in a remarkable Short time possessed millions dollars while their neighbors with equal if not Superior abilities but not in the a bring a have to earn their bread As the scriptures say men must by the sweat their brows. 7. It is the Republican party that has made such a thing As anarchism socialism possible in this country. So Jure was the atmosphere our country in the Days democratic govern nent that even the a a philosophic socialism such men As Fourier Owen Etc., could not grow Here. Now nothing is too base nothing too Low in the scale nature morality that does not find ready hands Well lined with Gold if necessary if it can be made useful in the Battle against democracy. But these Are enough a a reasons Why a for to Day. Let us get Back to the Days honest government and we will have no trouble. Grover Cleveland has shown what a honest government Means. A Check has been put to raids upon the Treasury. It is no longer possible to amass a Large Fortune in a couple years governmental service. Men now in office must earn their salaries by attention to their legitimate business. Public office is a Public treat and its duties must now be discharged for the Benefit the Public and not in the interest certain rings cliques and families. The Days when men could get a fee from such frauds As a Degolyer contract have passed away we Hope never to return. Workingmen vote the democratic ticket and insure Economy and honesty in the Knight. Benton a hair restorer. Common pleas court. Proceedings. Caleb Jones v John Deifer jury in panne led sworn and jurors withdrawn Case settled each to pay one half costs. Ohio v Lewis Sanders indictment for grand larceny new recognizance Given for appearance 1st Day november. Ohio v Lewis Sanders indictment for grand larceny new recognizance Given for appearance 1st Day november. Ohio v Archie Fields indictment for pointing pistol and discharging same plea guilty entered sentenced to jail 15 Days and fined $25 and costs. James m Krantz v Edward Huffman plaintiffs demurrer to defendants supplemental answer overruled. Edward Dodson v Eliza j Sisson plaintiffs leave to file amended reply withdrawn leave Given plaintiff to Amend petition i Stanter. Adam Glaser v Luther j Murphy de pendent to answer december 1st. We r Shields v George ii Hildt writ partition granted appraisement confirmed and Sale ordered. Philip s Olmstead v Greenbury w Hilton writ partition granted appraisement confirmed and Sale ordered. William Wingate v Zebulon p Sparks trial to jury. John s Pyle v Henry s Render de pendent to answer december 1st. Anna e Sli fets v t 11 Bohman defendant to plead december 1st. William Wingate v Zebulon 1 Sparks verdict for plaintiff for $2,154.78. Sarah Stahl v John k Stahl decree partition denied plaintiff and Courtesy estate assigned defendant imbecile during his life but the fee title allowed to remain in plaintiff. Ohio v Watty Watkins indictment for Selling to person in the habit Nolle prose que. Ohio v Herthel Bassett and we Derringer indictment for burglary Nolle pros As to Bassett. Robert m Mizer v Catharine Mizer j d Laughead appointed guardian and item for Miner defendants assignment Dower and partition granted. Zachariah Stoner v school District no. 2, Washington township trial to jury verdict for plaintiff for $135. Sarah Wingate v Samuel Wingate divorce granted. Clara Lantz v John Lantz defendant to answer i Stanter. Albert Affolder v Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling Railroad trial to court finding for plaintiff $35 and costs. John r Gartrell v Remus r Gartrell trial to jury verdict for plaintiff for $1,100.75. I Wenger v w l Davis trial to court finding for defendant Issue joined judgment for plaintiff $20.09 amount confessed. Warren Packard v John a Himes continued. Food frauds. Probate court. All who Are Bald All who Are becoming Bald All who do not want to let a Bald All who Are troubled with Dandruff itching the Scalp should use Denton a hair grower. Eighty percent those using it have grown hair. It never fails to 8top 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 hair grower according to directions you Are sure a growth hair. In hundreds cases we have produced a Good growth hair those who have been Bald and glazed for years. We have fully substantiated the following facts we grow hair in 80 cases out 100 no matter How Long Bald. Unlike other preparation it contains no sugar Lead vegetable Mineral poisons. It is a specific for falling hair Dandruff and itching the Scalp. The hair grower is a hair food and its composition i9 almost exactly like the Oil which supplies the hair with its vitality. Sold by druggists sent receipt Price $1. Benton hair grower co., 36yl Cleveland Unquestionably the Best goods for the least Money at w. C. Sutton amp co. W4 the shameful use Lime and Alum in cheap baking powders. Many food frauds such As Chicory Coffee watered milk although they Are a swindle in a commercial sense Are often tolerated because they do not particularly affect the health the consumer but when an article like baking powder that enters largely into the food every family and is relied upon for the preparation almost every meal is so made As to carry highly injurious if not frankly poisonous elements into the bread the entire Community is endangered and it is the duty the press to denounce the practice in the most emphatic terms. Among the important discoveries by the food analysis is that by prof. Mott the u. S. Government chemist Large amounts Lime and Alum in the cheap baking powders. These Are one the most dangerous and the other the most useless adulterants yet found in the Low Grade inferior baking powders. It is a startling fact that the Many brands baking powder so far Analysed none them with the single exception the Royal a King powder was found free from both Lime and Alum. The chief service Lime is to add weight. It is True that Lime when subjected to heat gives off a certain amount carbonic acid Gas hut a Quick Lime is left a caustic so powerful that it is used by tanners to eat the hair from hides animals and in dissecting rooms to More quickly rot the flesh from the hones dead subjects. A Small Quantity dry Lime upon the Tongue in the Eye produces painful effects How much More serious must these effects be the delicate membranes the stomach intestines and kidneys More particularly infants and children and especially when the Lime is taken into the system Day after Day and with almost every meal. This is said by physicians to be one the causes indigestion dyspepsia and those painful diseases the kidneys now so prevalent. Instances the most serious affections the latter organs from drinking Lime water found in some sections Are noted in every medical journal. Adulteration with Lime is much to be dreaded As Alum heretofore received the most condemnation from every food analyst physician and chemist for the reason that while Alum is probably partially dissolved and passed off in Gas by the heat baking it is impossible to destroy change the nature the Lime in any degree so that the entire amount in the baking powder passes with All its injurious properties into the stomach. When we state that the chemists have found twelve per cent., one eighth the entire weight some samples baking powder Analysed to be Lime the wickedness the adulteration will let a apparent. Pure baking powders Are one the chief aids to the Cook in preparing perfect and wholesome food. While those Are be obtained Well established reputation like the Royal whose purity there never has been a question it is proper to avoid All others. Tot Ion is hereby Given that the Fol lowing accounts and vouchers executors administrators guardians trustees and assignees have been filed in the office the probate court Tuscarawas county Ohio and will to for hearing saturday november 12th, 1887, and continue from Day to Day until All Are disposed first account and vouchers Elizabeth Stocker executrix the will Richard Stocker deceased. Final account and vouchers George in. Deardorff executor the will Margaret r. Deardorff deceased. First account and vouchers Margaret Cairns executrix the estate William Cairns deceased. Final account and vouchers John w. Johnson administrator the estate James George deceased. Third account and vouchers Sylvester r. Fankboner executor the will Daniel Fankboner deceased. Final account and vouchers William c. Baker guardian Mary e. Miller. Third account and vouchers William 11. Criswell guardian Daniel Oliver. Third account and vouchers Jacob Gebhardt administrator the estate James Mccollam deceased. Final account and vouchers Amanda Kaldenbaugh and Edward 1. Kal Denbaugh executors the will Henry Kaldenbaugh deceased. Seventh account and vouchers John w. Baltzley administrator with the will annexed the estate Hannah Hansel deceased. Supplemental final account and vote Hereof William Campbell deceased late administrator the estate Casper Abbushi deceased As rendered by George e. Campbell administrator the estate said William Campbell deceased. Supplemental final account and vouchers William Campbell deceased late administrator the estate Charles c. Crossland deceased As rendered by George e. Campbell administrator the estate said William Campbell deceased. Final account and vote Hereof Josiah Murphy guardian Robert e. Finney. Second account and vouchers Geo. Schuler executor the will Henry i Ross it deceased. Final account and vouchers Jacob Kropp guardian Peter Kropp. First account and vouchers Jacob Weller executor the will Christian 1 Lanne Krat deceased. Supplemental final account and vote Hereof Jacob Kropp guardian Charles Kropp. First account and vouchers Henry Weckman administrator with the will annexed the estate Jacob Frantz deceased. First account and vouchers l. A. Cornet Assignee John a. Roenbaugh an insolvent debtor. Final account and vouchers William Albaugh guardian Frank e. Boyd. Seventh account and vouchers Benedict Moery guardian Cora a. Moery. Final account and vouchers Catharine Lahr administer matrix with the will annexed the estate John Lahr deceased. Final account and vouchers Rudolph Buehler deceased late executor the will David Buehler deceased As rendered by Frederick Buehler and Frederick Lenity executors the will Rudolph Buehler deceased. First account and vouchers George a. Lahmer Assignee Daniel Gentsch an insolvent debtor. Final account and vouchers Urias a. Horner executor the will John Olinger deceased. First account and vouchers Albert Mintch one the executors the will John Minnich deceased. Final account and vouchers Mary Anderegg formerly Mary biased guardian Sophia e. Biased. Final account and vouchers Adam Brown jr., administrator the estate Henry Deibel deceased. Supplemental final account and vote Hereof William Campbell deceased late guardian Mary j. And George w. Fairless As rendered by George e. Campbell administrator the estate said William Campbell deceased. Final account and vouchers Tobia a Rehmel executor the will Joseph Rehmel deceased. Final account and vote Hereof George w. Goudy trustee in Trust for the Bene lit the creditors William a. Get an insolvent debtor. First account and vouchers Joseph a. Winspear administrator with the will annexed the estate James 11. Con Well deceased. Supplemental final account and vote Hereof William Campbell deceased late guardian John j. Fairless As rendered by George e. Campbell administrator the estate said Wili am Campbell deceased. Final account and vouchers Valentine Reiss guardian Frederick Reiss. Final account and vouchers de Nind Davy guardian Isaac Fulk. Final account and vote Hereof Lemuel Lindsay executor the will Thomas Lindsay deceased. Final account and vouchers Samuel sch 1 up administrator do Bonis nor. Of the estate Asper Abbushi deceased. Second account anti vouchers George w. Everhart guardian Arabella Everhart. J. W. Yeagley probate judge. October 19, 18887. 43w4. Quite As which has emphatic Market reports. Times office october 27, 1887 $ flour Patent bbl. A a a a sack. A a Best family Fri bbl. A a amberjack. A a a a new proc. Wheat�?%1 Bushel. Corny new Bushel. It it ats new v Bushel. Rye Bushel. Butter�?j4 Pound. Eggs dozen. Buckwheat flour Pound. Hams Pound. Shoulders Pound. $ 10 25 45 15 c Poun it 1 $250 in Cash 3 Worcester a and 3 websters dictionaries Worth $89, and 4 dictionary holders Worth $15.50, Given As prizes for Best essays answering the question a a Why should i use a dictionary Holder a for full particulars Send to la Verne w. Noyes 9ft and 101 w. Monroe Street Chicago the maker dictionary holders. Or inquire at your Bookstore v 39 w 7 so dub lard�?4 Pound tallow Pound. Beep Pound. Salt Goshen barrel. White Lime barrel. A k Ron cement�?1 it Ait it 1. Calcined plaster barrel. Land plaster Quot a ton. A a a a a 4 barrel. Potatoes Bushel new. Dried peaches do Pound. Rags�?1$ Pound. Onions Bushel. Hay ton new. Timothy seed Bushel. Wool. Fertilizer so ton. Clover seed Bushel. Dried apples Pound. 10 5 1 07 07@ 1 15 00 35 00 5o 1 1 2 9 1 t 05 cd 1 00 8 00 2 25 30 35 3 00 04 closing out Sale. For thirty Days Only we will sell you White Lead linseed Oil varnishes and All kinds paint material at lower prices than any one in the county. Also a Large line Fine Wall paper without regard to value. These goods must he sold before i leave for new York for my annual Stock fancy goods and will he sold for Cash Only. E. Wells 42w3 City drug store

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