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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - September 13, 1888, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done 011 Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the a a times a advertising rates. Spack. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y . One Inch. 3 1 00 3 2 00 s 3 00 3 5 00 three inches. 2 00 5 x 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 half column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices five cents per line. Volume Iii. New Philadelphia o., thursday september 13, 1888. Number 38.professional cards. Tyers. N. D. Bic1iards, m. Physician d. And surgeon new Philadelphia Ohio. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 49yl t c. Parks m. physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building Softli Broadway. Residence two doors Softli c a p depot. 49 Jas. A. D. Richards. Jos. T. Mccullough. Richards amp Mccullough attorneys at Law 49yl new Philadelphia Ohio. T. J. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 4<, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 48yl prances rom in attorney at Law and notary Public. Office in the Mclane Block new Philadelphia Ohio. John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House. 011 North Broadway. 47yl 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 Ortli Broadway. 47yl Gamuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Lummel Block second floor. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles 110 required. It is guaranteed to give perfect Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller amp son. 6y2babcock, Hurd amp co., wholesale grocers 10g amp 10s water St., Cleveland. P. Ii. Babcock 11. Hurd jr., Charles Babcock 11. 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. 24ylnew Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday september 13, 1888. Office in Hummel Block East High St., second floor. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 4tjuthe new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in Advance.31 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 it a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Address All matter intended for publication to the times. The Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey proprietor. The House Lias 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. Y. S., honorary graduate the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats All diseases Domestic animals. Surgery a specially. Horse dentistry neatly done. Carious Teeth removed. It pays to keep a horses Teeth in Good condition. Spavins and ringtones Best treated by tie actual cautery. Calls by Telegraph otherwise promptly an swered. Tit office Over Routzen Heiser a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio 4ylthe world Type writer oiste i y $8.00. Rapid simple durable Quot to Quot his machine does the work the High priced and More complicated ones. Is easily operated by any one and can be Learned in ten minutes. It is 110 toy. But a practical and useful instrument. Send for Sample work and picture this Type writer to j. W. Roll. Stone Creek 0. Sole agent for Tuscarawas co. A tits remodeler refitted and refurnished throw out new i Johnson i . B. West manager 133 Superior Street Cleveland Ohio. Terms�?31.50 to 32.00, according to room. Clerks t110s. Ii. Case 52yl l. Goldell. J86t Here we Are w once More with a new fresh Stock groceries notions provisions i also keep 011 hand at All times a fresh Stock fruits a vegetables Here is also the place to buy Salt fish and cured meats i am determined to sell at Bottom prices. All goods delivered hike. Call at g. W. Rice a prices building North Side East High Street new july 1, 1888. Five Harvest excursions to Minnesota Dakota Montana August 21st. Tuesday sept. 11th and 25th. J october 9th and 23d. Via these. Paul Minneapolis an Manitoba Ray from Paul a Minneapolis a at rates a cheaper than Ever before. St democratic ticket Philadelphia Ohio. 28m6 ust a to ont 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. Cr1tchfield, Holmes. For member Board Public works James Emmett Pike. Congressional. For Congress sixteenth District James w. Owens Licking. . For auditor John w. Kinsey. For commissioner Wesley Emerson. For infirmary director Lewis Geckeler. For Coroner b. D. Downey. The platform letters acceptance. The letter acceptance the two presidential candidates have at last come to the Public. That Grover Cleveland is a very Able document to the Point Brave and patriotic. He stands firm to the doctrines Reform announced in his former messages. He stands by the Labouring Man and believes in the exclusion the chinese in protecting the rights american citizens in preserving the Public Domain and is in opposition to unjust taxation and the miserable Trust monopolies the country. Harrison starts out with an apology and the Tariff question justifies the claim Protection not because the democratic party has made much change in the schedules but because there is 110 telling where the democratic party will Stop now that the party has made an assault As he Calls it 011 Protection. He says a it is not so much the length the step taken As the direction he says the democratic party if supported by the country will place the Revenue Laws upon a purely Revenue basis and this he says is practical free Trade. The assault itself is the important fact. It is really a wonder he did not favor indicting Grover Cleveland for assault with intent to kill the Tariff now. This is purely childish reasoning and coming from a Leader a great party is a disgrace. It shows that the Republican party is pledged to a High tax regardless the surplus that May accumulate. His language that the democratic party will place the Tariff a purely Revenue basis shows clearly that the Republican party Means to do More than raise the Revenue the government that they mean to tax the masses for the Benefit the few the Rich All under that a a Shibboleth Labouring Man what do you think it do you want to More taxes than is necessary for a just government lie straddles the chinese question hut he is record. Out for Cleveland. Toe declaration a former Albany Republican. The democratic party the state Ohio in convention assembled presents to tie people the state the following declaration principles 1. We endorse without qualification the administration president Cleveland his honesty integrity Fidelity to principle and Manly courage have endeared him to the american people and the interests the country demand his renomination and election. 2. We approve tie 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 flt a the payment Liberal pensions to Union soldiers and sailors and a tender care the widows and orphans. 5. We demand an economical expenditure the Public Money and the re action the surplus in the Treasury by red i de taxation and not by extravagant Aid 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. 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. Harrison rehashed the Republican platform and approved it for his letter acceptance. Albany september 1. Republican politicians in this part the state Are greatly agitated by the loss Lemon Thompson As a supporter Harrison and Morton. Or. Thompson is one the most widely known business men Albany. He is a lumber dealer who handles More that manufactured article than any other dealer in this part the state. He is also engaged it is generally understood Here As a silent partner 111 the building an extensive pulp Mill one the streams 111 Saratoga county. I11 politics he was a Republican until Blaine ran for president when he found it not longer possible for him to vote with the republicans. When Harrison was nominated he was disposed to support him the latter a personal Merit and the republicans made a great noise Over his return to their fold. But this Joy is turned to sorrow As they might have foreseen it would when the Tariff Issue became the prominent one the Campaign. This morning . Thompson published a two column letter in the Albany Argus setting Forth his views 011 the Tariff and declaring his intention to vote for . Cleveland 011 account the position the president has taken 011 the Tariff question. Resigned his office. Because he will vote for Cleveland and happenings. W. L. Scott a chinese restriction Bill has now passed both houses Congress. Sherman and Ingalls refrained from voting. Carlisle penn., August 23. Col. Owen Hamilton one the hardest working republicans this state has declared his intention to withdraw from the Republican party the party he has served so faithfully and to work and vote for Cleveland and Thurman and Tariff Reform. He is a night watchman at the state Capitol having been appointed by gov. Beaver. Last evening he attended the meeting the George b. Mcclelland democratic legion Harrisburg and joined it. He made a great speech in which he gave his reasons for supporting tiie re election Cleveland. He sent to gov. Beaver his resignation the position he held As follows the Hon. James .1. Hearer governor Pennsylvania. Sin i hereby tender my resignation As night watchman the Public grounds and buildings the state Pennsylvania. My reasons for so doing Are briefly that i am no longer in Accord with the Republican party especially the Tariff question. I am 111 favor a Tariff but i want to protect the poor Labouring Man and Mechanic As Well As the capitalist and millionaire. I am not in favor trusts let because i believe they impoverish the masses. I shall advocate and vote for the election Cleveland and Thurman because i believe they represent the True interests the people. Yours respectfully Owen Hamilton. Yellow fever is still raging in Jacksonville Florida. Cincinnati and other cities Are raising funds for the destitute and suffering. The distress is great for Lack nursing and proper care. Points West grand Forks in Dakota and Montana less than one fare no round trip rate being More than Twen-1 Wavriv including great Falls Murl 1ajn a. Persons desiring to take a trip through i Northern Minnesota Dakota Montana for the purpose looking Over tie country with the idea selecting a new Home i within the boundaries the greatest wheat belting the world and an agricultural coun i try suitable for diversified farming Dairy and Stock purposes will do Well to take advantage these rates. For maps and information apply to your j Home ticket agent any agent the company f. I. Whitney. Gene a pass and Tkv tags to St. Paul min. 33 a Stone is being carried through the Erie canal eighteen feet Square two and a half thick weighing fifty five tons. It will be used As the foundation a Monument in a Chicago cemetery. In London four women have been murdered and literally carved to pieces and the police have not yet got Trace the murderer. Each time being Able to cover All tracks. It is supposed the four murders were All committed by one Man As the victims were All killed with a knife and is supposed to be the work a Homicidal maniac. Information has been received not official concerning a riot in Canton China growing out the chinese treaty. There Are quite a number English residents there besides the american consulate that is said to have been attacked by natives. If the Rumor proves True the rat eaters the Pacific coast May expect to be summarily dealt with by the populace. It is High time they were cleaned out the United happenings. Dover fair commences october 2d. Frost has done much damage in Northern new York. The dome the court House is being re touched by the artists Brush. A horse became frightened at Cory Don Indiana the 7th instant and dropped dead. The Tuscarawas county fair will he held october 2, 3, 4 and 5, and will be one the Best in the state. We could sooner Tell who did not go to Columbus from our Little City this week than who did and we wish them in Masse a Good time and Safe return. Joseph Hughes and Owen manaday Farmers near Buckeye Tennessee Lay Down the Railroad track in the night season the 7th inst. The train came along and they failed to awaken. Miss Ada Flynn a handsome and accomplished Young lady near Glasgow pa., was murdered the 6th inst. At the Home her Grandfather Alex Traxell. The murder was committed 111 Daylight. The supposition is that the parties were Bent 011 robbery. Miss Maine Wilson this City was Given a Surprise saturday evening last. She had been away the earlier part the evening and returning Home and entering the House what was her Surprise to find her Young gentlemen and lady friends assembled to the number Twenty five. The evening was spent in playing games and instrumental and vocal music until 12 clock when they where ushered into the Dinning room where an excellent supper was spread. After supper had been partaken the Young folks took their departure All agreeing that a most enjoyable evening had been spent. The Uhrichsville fair last week was seriously affected by the wet weather. On thursday a Large crowd was in attendance and the Day was Bright but Friday the Day the races were to come off the grounds were abandoned account the rain. A very fair exhibition cattle and sheep was to be seen. There was some display agricultural implements. There was not that interest manifested that should have been. A Good fair requires a great amount Energy and push with a Liberal offer premiums and then to be Well advertised to get the crowd and the Money. When the crowd comes they want to see something too. Newcomers Tori makes her fair a Success by a display Pluck Energy and advertising Well. Other towns would do Well to observe. Say you protectionists is that Woolen suit you Are wearing made american Wool you done to know thought so. Well it is English cassimere and 110 cassimere As Good Quality can he made in this country for the Price you paid. Because mind this a because american Wool must have the Long Fibre wools mixed with it in order to produce such goods and the Tariff prevents its importation with profit by our manufacturers. Is that Plain enough you have paid for your knowledge and ought to have , St. Johns Michigan. _ in a nutshell. There is 110 democratic free Trade ship to desert and consequently there Are 110 deserters. The democratic platform Calls for a reasonable revision and re adjustment the Tariff a line that will afford adequate Protection to american workingmen and american Constitution. The state Maine has held her state election. The republicans carry the state by about 20,000 plurality. They have gained nothing since 1884, notwithstanding Blaines great Effort. Grant carried Maine by 33,000, and the republicans expected the same this time. This result has no influence other states. About seventy five our new Philadelphia citizens left monday for Columbus to attend the Encampment and Centennial. The twin City club Uhrichsville and Dennison will play the Toronto a a return game the Toronto grounds next Tribune. Get ready for the canal Dover fair. The Star Hook and ladder boys gave a prize dance Friday evening last which was Well attended notwithstanding the i clemency the weather. The prize for the Best lady Waltzer present was awarded to miss Maggie Flynn and miss Mary a. Flynn received the prize As the Best lady schottische. They consisted two handsome Gold and Silver cups and were presented by Jas. T. Of Donnell esq., in a few Well timed remarks. We will not speak the Young lady from a neighbouring town who danced for a tin cup and then did not receive it. The writer sympathies with her very much and is extremely sorry she could not carry Home the trophy hut she should remember the motto a if at first you done to succeed try try taken 111 All a Good social time was had. Rev. T. W. Anderson wife and Little child Uhrichsville were visiting friends in Jefferson county last week and wednesday they were returning Home intending to take a train at a Small station about a mile beyond Bloomfield station. On arriving at the station they were informed that the train they were expecting to go would not Stop at that place hut would at Bloomfield station a mile beyond. They having sufficient time concluded to walk 011 to Blomfield station. When within probably one Hundred Yards the station they heard the train whistle. Rev. Anderson picked up their Little boy and hurried to the depot saying to his wife that he would run and get the tickets and for her to hurry along As fast she could. The Road is double tracked at that Point and she evidently thought that she was the track the train was and when it came near she stepped off 011 the other track in front the train not noticing she was taking a step to instant death. She was lifted into the air by the train and thrown entirely from the track. Or. Anderson ran to her and lifted her up but she Only gasped once and life was extinct. Upon examination it was found that one leg and her neck was broken and a slight Bruise the face. The Accident occurred just after noon. The body was brought to their Home in Uhrichsville. On wednesday last mrs John s. Graham sought to give her husband a Surprise party the occasion his 54th birthday. The plan worked admirably. About fifty invited guests assembled in the Parlours his Beautiful residence at 6 clock while in the afternoon . Graham had been spirited away a ride to canal Dover by the Ever Jovial Enoch Fri Ley. Messes. Fribley and Graham returned about 7 clock to find his House lit up and the rooms full his friends ready to congratulate him. John braced up and went through the ordeal with dignified Grace. After a Little social Chat the guests were invited out to supper. A More delicious repast could not be gotten up. Fair hands had prepared the tables Laden with All the Good things the season affords and was tastefully arranged. Mrs. Graham ably assisted by mrs. Robins mrs. Enoch Fribley mrs. Judge Al Baugh miss Mitchel and others soon catered to the wants the Many guests who can heartily testify that mrs. Graham is second to none in giving a fashionable party. The evening was enjoy ably spent in conversation and about 10 clock the guests bade . Graham and his Good lady Good night with kind wishes for their future happiness. Or. Henry Dahmer has the Best wishes the times Force for the delicious water Melon Given us wednesday. May he live Long and Prosper. The mines at Pike run Are running steadily now which brings happiness to All the villagers As they have not had steady employment for some time. Lost monday night Between Urfer amp Kinsey a store and residence John a. Himes a breast pin. Finder will return same to John Himesh office and receive Reward. For Accident tickets go to h. T. Min Nis. $3,000 insurance in Case death paid within ninety Days $15 per week in Case injury for the sum Twenty five cents per Day. For stoves tinware and House furnishing goods go to John Smiths Shanes Ville Ohio. He also carries general manufacturing business in his line. Prices Are guaranteed to be As Low As at any Point in the county. Done to forget to Call. Reports from Columbus tuesday say that Columbus is so full people that they cannot he aces mods Ted that the g. A. R. Boys Lay Down 011 the streets wrapped in blankets that the depot is so crowded that it is almost impossible to get a Railroad ticket and that the Railroad company stopped Selling Low rate tickets because they could not accommodate the people. A freight train ran into an excursion train the n. Y. P. Amp Near Sterling monday killing five persons and wounding about Twenty five. The train was heavily loaded with g. A. R. Hoys and excursion ests to Columbus. The engine the passenger coach became disabled and stopped and the freight came them before there was time to tag them and crushed into the hindmost coach. The loss life was Small considering the circumstances. The conductor the freight was at fault for following so close. Every Reader this paper ought to make arrangements to attend the Central Ohio District fair at newcomers town Ohio which will be held this year oct. 2, 3, 4 and 5, and promises to he the Best Ever held at that place because the managers Are making unusual efforts to make it so. Profs. Hunt amp Price the celebrated Parachute Aerial artists have been engaged to leap out a balloon when 5,000 feet in the air. The splendid Drill corps the knights pythias new Philadelphia and Coshocton will give an exhibition Drill thursday. The races will he much better this year than usual As they Are giving More Money and already have the Promise some the Best horses in the country. Besides the above their Bill attraction advertises Many other Good things which every one ought to see. Excursions 011 All the railroads. There will he $3,000 paid in premiums. Send for Premium list to r. L. Shoemaker mention. Married mis City september 6,1888, by Rev. Wilson the m. F. Church . Thomas c. Lupher Waynesburg Stark county o., and mrs. Mary f. Battershell this City. The times congratulates the Happy pair and especially . Lupher being so fortunate in securing one new Philadelphia a most estimable ladies for his Bride. She is an old resident this City Well and favourably known by All and is a Good Christian lady having been a member the methodist Church for Many years. May the Best heavens blessings rest upon them is our prayer. Died mrs. Richard Roby near Pike run died sunday morning last dysentery aged 73 years. She was buried monday. Ralph the eight months old child . Frank Goudy died thursday last week inflammation the stomach. The funeral services took place saturday afternoon. Ina 17-months-old daughter . Henry Sargent this City died wednesday morning after an illness several weeks. All that medical skill could do with the help kind and Loving parents was done to save the Little ones life but no Avail she was called to that Home above. The funeral will take place this thursday afternoon at 2 clock. Or. Lee Shull Colorado is visiting friends Here. _ miss Blackburn Illinois is the guest Minnie Spence. Miss Kate Welty is visiting friends in Cleveland this week. Or. De. Kennedy left for Wooster tuesday to attend College. H. L. Custer and wife left tuesday a. For the magnetic Springs. Or. J. D. T. Bold started for Chicago yesterday to attend Law school. Tariff gets a woman into trouble smuggling jewelry in her Bustle. Miss Bessie Hoover left yesterday for a visit at East Liverpool Ohio. Mrs. W. D. Hess Green Iowa visiting at . Snyder a this City. Is . James Waddington Illinois is visiting relatives in this county. Or. Peter Marsh p. Of Baltic was in new Philadelphia wednesday. Miss Mace Williams Canton Ohio is visiting her Friend Kate Laughead. E. E. Waddington Oak Valley Kansas is visiting his father William Waddington. Or. Wise the firm Wise amp Zeeb went to Columbus with the a a boys a monday last. Mrs. Ike Wallace and children Independence Kansas Are visiting her parents a. Shriver. Or. Jacob Heinz Wellsville Ohio visited his son in Law . Julius Ditt mar Sabbath unprotected Edgar Wilhelmi who travels for a new York firm is visiting his parents North Broadway. Miss Emma Kuhn and mrs. 11. J. Kuhn canal Dover visited new Philadelphia friends this week. Mrs. R. H. Mcclary newcomers town returned Home yesterday after several Days visit with her folks. New York Tribune a customs inspect Ress yesterday seized from mrs. F. Pennington a Saloon passenger the Cunard line Steamer Servia Twenty nine and three Quarter Yards Cash Mere and seven and a half Yards Fine Alpaca concealed in her trunk. There was also found concealed in her clothing three Yards flannel sixteen and three Quarter Yards silk and two Finger rings. The inspect Ress also seized from mrs. Sommers a passenger the Steamer Warra two cloth dresses one silk dress two pieces dress trimming Twenty four bracelets three Breastpins nine pairs ear rings nine jewelled Combs and one jewelled hairpin. Most the jewelry was concealed in her Bustle. A Clay Bank at Wellsville is fire which resists All attempts to extinguish it. It is thought a vein natural Gas has been struck. An explosion occur red from the fire the works and it has been burning Ever since. Mrs. Bage Mathews Giles Rosita Colorado arrived Home wednesday a. M., for a visit several weeks. Or. Kurg Wallace leaves for Cleve and next week to take a position As prescription clerk in a drug store. Willie Hummell who had three his toes severed the c. L. Amp w. Ray some time ago is lying very Low. Miss Etta Freese Trenton spent wednesday last week in this City the guest miss Florence Williams. Or. I. B. Wallace and family and Fil More Wallace Independence Kansas Are visiting relatives in Tuscarawas county. _ . Elmer Waddington Independence Kansas has came to old Tuscarawas to claim miss Sadie Kelly near Here for his wife. William t. Mathews artist now staying in Canton spent sunday with his brother c. H. Mathews. He has just finished a portrait major Mckinley. _ miss Anna Hogue Youngstown returned Home yesterday after spending a pleasant two weeks with the misses Mary and Emma wms Pear 111 this City. Miss Polly Lew is daughter Reuben Lewis is lying very sick with typhoid fever without much Hope recovery. Mrs. Lewis also had an attack typhoid fever hut is now convalescing. About one Hundred our citizens including the grand army Post the s. Of v. Drum corps and the Star Hook and ladder company left monday for Columbus to attend the reunion. G. A. Newdorfer a teacher this county contemplates going to Allen county to teach in the near future and will probably make that county his future Home. The misses Maggie Deeser and Annie Ripple canal Dover spent a couple Days in this City and attended the dance in Eagle Hall Friday evening. Mrs. Thompson and her son Bakersville gave the times office a pleasant Call tuesday. We Are always glad to meet such pleasant people As they Are. Or. Charles e. Mcdowell has resigned his position As Engineer the c. L. A w. Ray to accept a position a Road in Indiana at increased wages. By the present very High Tariff. Or. J. W. Long Llo Kinton Delaware county Iowa is visiting relatives Here. Or. Long was a former resident Tuscarawas county and has been West Twenty eight years. All employees Railroad companies. Artists. Auctioneers. Bakers. Barbers and hair dressers. Boarding House keepers. Book keepers in stores. Blacksmiths. Brick and Stone masons. Bridge builders. Butchers. Car makers. Carpenters and joiners. Civil engineers. Clergymen. Clerks and copyists. Clerks in express offices. Clerks in hotels. Clerks in Railroad offices. Clerks in stores. Commercial travellers. Coopers. Dealers in books and stationery. A a boots and shoes. A a dry goods. A a groceries. A a hides. A a Iron tin and hardware. A a jewelry watches clocks. A a lumber and Marble. A a newspapers. A a paints and oils. A a paper. A a provisions. A a real estate. A a tobacco. A a Wood and Coal. Domestic servants. Drayman and teamsters. Druggists. Employees hotels. Engineers and firemen. Farmers. Hustlers. Hotel keepers. House builders. Insurance agents. Journalists. Labourers. La undresses. Lawyers. Liver stable keepers. Machine shop and round House men. Milkmen. Millers. Musicians. Painters. Paperhangers. Photographers. Physicians and surgeons. Plasterers. Porters and labourers. Printers. Quarry men. Restaurant keepers. Salesmen and Saleswoman. Section men railroads. Sexton. Stave makers. Stock raisers. Teachers. Telegraph employees. Traders. Undertakers. Veterinary surgeons. Weigher. Whitewashes. Wood choppers. Beautiful parlor picture. The Beautiful picture a will 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 Kali 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 Walls any ladies parlor and 111 order to offer an extraordinary inducement to introduce our Wax starch this costly picture will be Given away free to every person purchasing a Small Box Wax 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 Wax starch co., 38w Keokuk Iowa. Suicide a horse. Miss Lelia daughter . James Kennedy who at present resides in Indiana will be married the 15th inst. To a gentleman Quincy Illinois. Miss Lelia is one new Philadelphia a charming Young ladies. Or. Battershell Uhrichsville gave the times office a Call while in the City tuesday last shaking hands with his old friends Here whom he has Many As he was a resident this City in his boyhood Days but now is a successful dentist in Uhrichsville. Mrs. Lupher Nee Battershell returned yesterday from her wedding tour and her new Home in Waynesburg Stark county business connected with her boarding House in this City and expects soon to return to Waynesburg and make it her future Home. Her Many friends Here regret to part with her and she May be assured that she carries with her the Well wishes All who know her. Illinois and Reform. The Republican revolt at War taxes and free whiskey. The following letter explains itself Hon. H. A. Snow Sheldon ills dear sir the undersigned having been republicans until since the adoption the Chicago platform and believing that our government was organized for the Protection All our people and not for a a Protection a one part at the expense another cannot agree to the policy therein set Forth. We believe it is time the unnecessary accumulations in the Treasury should he stopped. We take Issue with the old party whose history we Are around in its present advocacy a continued High Tariff 011 the necessaries life while offering an alternative free whiskey and free tobacco. It is a condition not a theory which confronts us. Taxation must he reduced and our old party a a rather than surrender any part the protective system proposes Only to reduce it 011 the two articles which a Large part our people think should be taxed out existence. Having Learned your views this subject and finding them in Accord with our own and having special Confidence in your Amity and willingness to defend them we earnestly request that you permit us to use your name As an Independent candidate for Congress where alone our ideas can he put into practical operation by being made into Law. Sam. Loveridge a. Clements Metler Nye f. I. Mann Nathan Harris Thos. Soran ,h. C. Mosher k. J. Goodman said no when love s entreaties proved hopeless the separation was completed by the revolvers deadly work. General James Craig a return. The following we clip from a St. Joseph paper recent Date concerning the serious illness general Craig who is Well known to new Philadelphia people a a general James Craig and son James returned at 11 clock yesterday morning from the East where they went to consult physicians in regard to a swelling which recently appeared upon the former a neck directly under the ear. The people St. Joseph have already been apprised the result the trip and they will he sorry indeed to learn that the advices received from time to time during their absence Are fully confirmed by the general and his son. Or. Agnew Philadelphia the renowned surgeon who attended president Garfield during his late illness and other noted men the profession were consulted but none could offer any encouragement to the afflicted Man. All agreed that the disease was cancer and that it must inevitably prove fatal. The doctors said that the general a life might he prolonged for four five even six months hut not longer than that. The length the patients Days Earth will course he regulated by the course the dreadful disease takes but it is the Universal opinion All the eminent members the medical fraternity who were consulted that the Case is an incurable one and that its fatality is a question a few Short months. The general was Given medicines with which to kill the Puin and is resting quite easy being Able to sit up most the time. He is resigned to his Fate and is much More cheerful than it would be supposed that one in his condition could _ Petit jury october 15, 1888. Elizabethtown ills., sept. 8. For several years John server has been paying Liis attentions to miss Joe Ferrell daughter Captain j. Ferrell a Well known and highly respectable citizen this place. His suit was distasteful to the parents miss Ferrell and they have done every thing possible in a quiet Way to alienate them. A few months ago they sent her to relatives at Metropolis 111., As a Means separating them. She remained until yesterday evening and then returned Home. She accepted servers company last evening and they started for her Home. They got just beyond the town limits when five pistol shots were heard in rapid succession. Hurrying to the spot from whence the shots came both bodies were found by the Roadside each sweltering in its own blood. The unfortunate girl had been shot twice the first Hall taking effect 111 the Back just Midway Between the shoulders and the other in the muscle the left Arm. She was suffering terribly. A few feet from her Lay the body server his eyes closed As it in death. By his Side Lay a3s-Eahber american Bull dog with which he had just sent two bullets crushing through his body just below his heart. He was conscious but very weak and in answer to a question stated that he had nothing to say. A few minutes later the father miss Ferrell came Riding up with a double barrelled Shotgun and was in the act emptying its contents into the helpless and dying hotly server when it was wrenched from his hands. Server was carried to the residence his brother and is now rapidly growing weaker. He cannot recover. Miss Ferrell was conveyed to her Home and while the wounds Are serious it is thought there is some Chance recovery. An old coloured Man witnessed the tragedy from a distance. He says that when they passed him they were quarrelling and after going a Short distance further he saw her Start to run and heard her scream. A moment later he heard the shots. Three them were tired at her one missing and two taking effect As above stilted. The last two were aimed at his heart and missed the Mark about one Inch. Server is 26 years age and is a clerk and a quiet Young Man hut Cool and desperate when aroused. It is presumed that unrequited love As a result the opposition to their match led him to commit the terrible deed. A negative answer from her lips rendered him desperate. Alabama butchery. Seven dead people left As a reminder that a Many a Well was his own property. A port Jarvis n. A special to the Sun says a remarkable Story the death a horse by suicide is told by . Peter Gumaer a reputable citizen this town. He owned a handsome Brown Mare notably intelligent kind and fast for which he had refused an offer $1,000. The snare was suffering with a painful and fatal disease. One Day last week two veterinary surgeons visited her and their treatment apparently augmented her pain and sufferings. When she was again turned Loose in the Field where she was kept she immediately trotted off to a shallow Stream water that ran through the lot plunged her head under water and held it there until she Sank Down first upon her Knees and then upon her Side and was drowned. Her owner insists that the sagacious animal knew what she was doing and that it was a Clear Case suicide to escape intense physical suffering. Unclaimed letters. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office september 11th, 1888 c c Marshall will Dodson j l Herron Joseph Kopp Charlie Moore a j Whitman miss e m a miss Alice Lichti miss Katie Knight mrs Elizabeth Pierce. If not called for in fourteen Days will be sent to the dead letter office. E. P. Degreif p. Township. 1 Abraham Stull. Dover 2 Philip myer. Warwick 3 Frederick Zeitman. Franklin 4 Martin l. Lehr. Warwick 5 a. T. Herrick. Mill 6 Henry Breitenstein. Dover 7 Jacob Kratz. Warwick 8 August ii Gula. Bucks 9 Philip Sehl. Joshen 10 John Moore. Warwick 11 Curtis Hill. Goshen 12 Henry Breitenstein. Dover 13 Joseph Gordon. Warren 14 Darnel May Hack. Wayne 15 t. R. Evans. Mill 17 Stelling a. Knisely. Goshen 18 Solomon Stocker. Clay 19 Jonathan Garber. Franklin a grand jury october 2, 1888. Township. 1 John Sensenbach. Sugarcreek 2 George m. Dearth. Rush 3 George Erwin. Sugarcreek 4 David Gitchel. Wan in 5 g. B. Smith. It lord 6 Jacob Komi. Goshen 7 William Rausch. Salem 8 George w crites. Dover 9 Peter Mccurdy. Mill 10 w. Kline. Law re Nee 11 William Moffet. 13 John Sharp. 14 James b. Gray. Iosh ii 15 Patrick Callahan. Goshen a a property for Sale. Two lots 64x60, with Good two Story Frame dwelling 10 rooms All necessary outbuildings Good Well and Cistern and a Good cellar under the House. All kinds fruit. Would sell As a whole Divide. On a Good Street in new Philadelphia. Terms very reasonable. Inquire at times office. 29tf the Public will please take notice that i am now doing horse shoeing at the old stand and respectfully solicit a share their patronage. 36w2 c. Oppt. For Sale a a Tine Jersey cow five years old will come in fresh this fall. Inquire j. B. Lambright Tracy Post office Tuscarawas county it it. 35\v3 Cincinnati Centennial exposition until october 28th, 1888. Excursion tickets will he sold at extreme Low rates from All stations. A full line leather shoe findings collars saddles and All kinds harness goods at very Low prices at Zimmerman a. 34 w3 remember the times office is Headquarters for neat and artistic Job printing and our prices Are reasonable in every particular. 11 billiards Villa ala., sept. 8. A terrible butchery occurred near Here yesterday. A White Man refused to allow his Well to he used by a crowd protracted meeting coloured people because they had already got most the water out it. He took the bucket out the Well and when one them came into the Yard for water he was informed that the Well could 110 longer he used by them. The coloured Man said he was going to get some the last water drawn from the Well and started to the House to get it. Thieson duct was objected to hut the coloured Man expressed his determination to have it anyhow and the White Man Drew his pistol and shot his enemy in the neck. At night a gang coloured persons visited the House and dared the White Man to come out hut he refused to do so and after shooting holes in his doors and windows they left. The next night a gang presumably friends the White Man visited the neighbourhood and left seven dead bodies As a reminder to tin other members the Camp meeting crowd. The latest for weddings. New York world the bridesmaid and the usher have gone out fashion for the present. Stylish weddings this fall will be so conducted that the Bride and Groom will have no rivals for the attention the out lookers. This is a step 111 the right direction. The regulation society wedding has become late such an expensive function that More than one Young Man matrimonial by inclined has dreaded the Hill he must for a supper to his Ushers presents to the same 4c. And the a Ter families who has to foot the Hills pertaining to a daughters marriage will he glad to have the extravagance the ceremony reduced to a minimum. With bridesmaids and Ushers eliminated a fashionable wedding May yet in come a reasonably inexpensive pastime. Transfers real estate. I As compiled in the office the recorder deeds. 1 Thos w Anderson to Annie Evans it lot 34, new Philadelphia $50. Same to same part lot 33, new Philadelphia $100. D a Fleming to a 11 Morrow lot 5, Dennison $875. Brock Hill Coal co to James Jones lot 16, Goshen township $40. Levi d troyjr to Daniel i it Troyer part lot Crowville $800. Ralph d Welch to a p Thompson strip land Dennison $150. John f. Price to John Bierly part lot 48, Mineral Civ $100. Geo Mcdowell to it Mcdowell lot 1, Dover $850. Henry j Oliver to John w Oliver 06 acres Union township $3,500. John c Donahey to Martha Dona hey 8 acres Perry township $300. We Reed to Florence e Reed 31-100 acres $175. Sheriff Bowers to James k Bowers lot 1, new Philadelphia $913. Albert Weiss to Philip Mann lot 28, Dover $750. Josiah Mcclay to Josiah Winklepleck lot 28, East Shanesville $575. W k Eckfeld it Al to Jos 8 Mccurdy lots 5, 6 and 7, Dennison $450,

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