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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - September 20, 1888, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times i blushed Biehy of Lucskay. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing of every description done on Short notice. Youb favor solicited. New Philadelphia the a a times advertising Raies. Space. One Inch. Three inches. x inches. Half column., one column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y or. 5 1 00 3 2 00 3 3 00 3 5 00 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 o 3 00 7 50 12 50 21 50 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 1.0 s 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 Buslon is notices tic is per line. Volume Iii. New Philadelphia o., thursday september 20, 1888. Number 39.professional cards. To. N. Richards m. Physician and surgeon new Philadelphia Ohio. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 49yl t c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. A Calls Day or night prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building South Broadway. Residence two doors South of 0 amp p depot. 49 Jas. A. Richards. Jos. T. Mccullough. Richards amp Mccullough attorneys at Law 49yl new Philadelphia Ohio. T. J Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 46, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 48yl prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office in the Melane Block new Philadelphia Ohio. Tohn s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House on North Broadway. 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 North Broadway. 47yl Amuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second floor. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller a son. 6y2babcock, Hurd amp co., wholesale grocers 106 amp 108 water St., Cleveland. Ii. Babcock ii. Ii urd. Jr., Charles Babcock ii. A. Bishop Mcclelland Hurd wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co., l mixed of new York for the Sale of their celebrated Laroina and Bunola brands of roasted Coffee. 24vithe Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table Torst class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. 9ylt. W. Mcdermott d. V. S., honorary graduate of the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats All diseases of Domestic animals. Surgery a specially. Horse dentistry neatly done. Carious Teeth removed. It pays to keep a horses Teeth in Good condition. Spavins and ringtones Best treated by the actual cautery. Calls by Telegraph or otherwise promptly an swered. Office Over Routzen Heiser a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio 4ylthe world Type writer Only $8.00. Rapid simple durable this machine does the work of the High priced and More complicated ones. Is easily operated by any one and can be Learned in ten minutes. It is no toy but a practical and useful instrument. Send for Sample of work and picture of this Type writer to j. W. Roll i Stone Creek 0. Sole agent for Tuscarawas co. Lotf remodeler refitted and refurnished throw out hew i Johnson i . B. West manager 133 Superior Street Cleveland Ohio. Terms�?81.50 to $2.00, according to loom. T1i0s. 11. Case clerks 52yl l. Golder. A fear Here we Are once More with a new fresh Stock of groceries notions a and a tit Ltd pro i i also keep on hand at All times a f Resh Stock of fruits amp vegetables Here is also the place to buy Salt fish and cured meats i am determined to sell at Bottom prices. All goods delivered Eliee. Call at a Rice a priced building North Side of East High Street new Philadelphia Ohio. A a july 1,1888. 28m6 five Harvest excursions to in in Nesotas Dakota Montana August 21st. Tuesday sept. 11th and 25th. J october 9th and 23d. Via these. Paul Minneapolis an Manitoba Ray. From St Paul a Minneapolis at rates cheaper than Ever before. Points West of grand Forks in dai.�?~0va and Montana less than one fare no round Trio rate being More than to Enty dollars including great Falls Montana. Persons desiring to take a trip through Northern Minnesota Dakota or Montana for the purpose of looking Over the country or with the idea of selecting a new Home within the boundaries of the greatest wheat beit in the world and an agricultural country suitable for diversified farming Dairy and Stock purposes will do Well to take advantage of those rates. For paps and information apply to your Home ticket agent or any agent the company or f. I. Whitney. Gene a pass and Tkv tags to St. Paul Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday september 20, 188g. Office in Hummel Block East High St., second floor. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 a the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in Advance.$1 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. Address All matter intended for publication to the ticket 3st.a.t. For president of the United states Grover Cleveland. For vice president Allen g. Thurman. State. For Secretary of state Boston g. Young of Marion. For supreme judge Lyman r. Crutchfield. Of Holmes. For member of Board of Public works James Emmett of Pike. Congressional. For Congress sixteenth District James Owens of Licking. County. For auditor John Kinsey. For commissioner Wesley Emerson. For infirmary director Lewis Geckeler. For Coroner b. Downey. The platform the democratic party of the state of Ohio in convention assembled presents to the people of the state the following declaration of principles 1. We endorse without qualification the administration of president Cleveland his honesty integrity Fidelity to principle and Manly courage have endeared him to the american people and the interests of the country demand his renomination and election. We approve the Mills Tariff Bill As the practical expression of the democratic party and request our representatives in Congress to give it their cordial support. 3. We demand that All lands of the government be held for actual settlers who Are citizens of the United states and for those who declare their intention and we endorse the successful efforts of the administration to recover the Public lands which have been squandered upon Railroad corporations by reckless Republican congresses. 4. We favor tie payment of Liberal pensions to Union soldiers and sailors and a tender care of the widows and orphans. 5. We demand an economical expenditure of the Public Money and the re ution of the surplus in the Treasury by red ised fixation and not by extravagant Aud appropriations. The Money of the people should not be taken from them beyond the needs of economical administration and payment of just obligations. 6. We Are in Hearty sympathy with All people struggling to free themselves from the environment of despotism and especially does the Long and Gallant struggle of Ireland for the priceless Boon of Home Rule and the right of manhood awaken our applause and command our Heartiest Good wishes for speedy Success. We favor such restraints upon corporate Power As Well As protect honest labor and conserve the interests of honestly employed capital. We oppose the importation of contract labor and the Landing of aliens for permanent residence who do not intend to become citizens of the United states. 8. We recommend to Congress the repeal of All duties whatever upon industries combined into trusts to erect monopolies or organized into syndicates to control or corrupt legislation or elections or retard production and deprive labor of steady employment and adequate compensation. 9. We approve the action of the democratic members of the legislature in their support of the Hill founding the Ohio soldiers and sailors Home at Sandusky and we denounce the Republican majority for their insufficient appropriations for tie same and for the opium so Home at Xenia. We demand Liberal expenditures for these institutions adequate to tie wants of the state. There is a democratic gain in Maine of 3,000, since 1884. Judge Thurman a letter of acceptance will be very Brief and will be Given out to Morrow Friday. A a As goes Maine so goes the Union a this old saw will have to go through some revision for if the Union goes the Way the Maine count is going it will altogether Likely go democratic. This being the first presidential election since Ohio was changed from an october to a november state there has been some discussion about the proper manner of printing tickets. Some hold that it would be necessary to have two tickets separate ballot boxes and polling places for state and presidential candidates. While the statute providing for the change of the state election from october to november is not As Clear and As definite As it might be attorney general Watson to whom the question was submitted decides that Only one ticket and one ballot Box will be required. Acting on this chairman Cappeller of the Republican state executive committee and chairman Townsend of the democratic committee have agreed that Only one ticket will be printed and one set of judges and clerks provided at each polling place. The Secretary of state is now preparing the tally sheets for the election and they will be arranged in the following order names of presidential candidates electors at Large District electors state ticket headed by Secretary of state member of Congress j judicial ticket circuit and common pleas judges to be followed with the county ticket.�?#. The Mccoy ii Atfield troubles have broken out again on the Rich Blue soil of Kentucky. The democracy of Colorado have nominated Hon. T. Patterson for governor. Or. Patterson presented the name of general Black to the National convention. The Republican majority in Maine in 1884, for governor was 19,709 in 1888 it was 18,495�?a loss of 1,214 votes and yet the republicans Are rejoicing Over a great Victory. It surely is a bad Omen for doubtful states. The commission appointed to treat with the Sioux and other tribes of indians in Montana in regard to an Exchange of their reservation is not meeting with much Success. The chiefs of the different tribes stand out against any change in their treaty. A heavy Frost visited Iowa last week doing serious damage to Corn crop. It is claimed the yield will not he More than twelve bushels per acre. The grass was killed and Stock will soon have to be fed. What country is it that does not get a Scourge in some Way. Kansas is anxious to Annex the strip of land called a a no Man s land a adjoining that state. Not the newspapers say a for Boom purposes hut for every thief and murderer who commits a crime in Western and Southern Kansas makes a break for no Many a land where he is As Safe As the Man Slayer of old in the City of Refuge. A tin mine near Durango in Mexico is to he opened by a Pittsburg company who have a capital of $1,000,000. An expert who has assayed the Ore says that it will yield from 25 to 35 per cent of tin which is said to he the largest percentage of any tin Ore in the world. A number of factories will be started soon to manufacture the . Foraker has been invited to go to new York to speak and has accepted. Some of the leading politicians Are afraid of his methods of discussing politics. He is so abusive and hitter toward the democratic party that they fear his course will drive All the mugwumps Back to the democratic policy. Some of his friends has been written to to Halter him and advise him to discuss the Tariff question Only. The mexican government has granted Large subsidies to an american and English Syndicate to build an inter Ocean route across Southern Mexico from the Atlantic to the Gulf of Mexico. The Road will run from port tonal on the Pacific to a Point on the River Gre Jalva about one Hundred Miles Inland from the Gulf coast. The Railroad line will he 225 Miles Long. From this Point the River is navigable for Large steamers to the Gulf. It will shorten transportation from Atlantic and Pacific Points about 800 Miles and will he a valuable Road. Republican papers Are straining hard to show that the wages of English workingmen have not As much purchasing Power As that of americans. They Are even publishing tables to show the necessities purchased by the English workingmen Cost More than the same articles in the United states. Of course this is done to Blindfold the Workingman who is not in any sense a producer and that he under the present system of Tariff can have big wages and cheaper living the englishman. But How Are they going to appease the Wrath of the produces by such argument. If such a table and such reasoning Are True would not the present system of Tariff fail to protect the manufacture and producers. Our Republican politicians in their anxiety to win run their argument so far As to get in opposition to Protection. Senator Sherman says the passage of the chinese exclusion Hill would at present he sufficient ground for a declaration of War by . Lie should have added that the conduct of the Republican Senate in rejecting the treaty made the Republican party responsible for the embarrassing position the United states is in in having pushed the restriction Hill through the House before China had officially rejected the treaty. All hut tour of the Republican members of the House voted for the Hill. The Hill will not he acted upon in the Senate until China passes upon the treaty in an official manner. It is definitely settled that a change of the gauge of the Cleveland amp Canton Road from narrow to Standard will occur on a sunday Between november 1st and 15th. On the saturday preceding the Date when the change occurs All trains will run As usual Aud on the evening of that Day the entire narrow gauge equipment will be run into Canton from which Point the distribution of new equipment will be made sunday evening. Passenger trains will run As usual on the following monday and probably freight trains also. In no event will the delay be later than tuesday morning. The Chagrin Falls Branch of the Road will be opened at the same Date and that enterprising Little town will probably be made the terminus of the Cleveland and Canton suburban passenger traffic from Cleveland. A real venetian Gondola has lately been imported into Boston. The Cost in Venice was $300 and the duty was $111, which of course was added to the Price making the Gondola Cost to the american a a consumer $411, besides freight and charges. Of course this $111 duty on gondolas is necessary in order to protect the american Gondola Industry against the pauper Gondola of Venice. A Boston Globe. Truly. And then there is As has been already suggested by some american Patriot our infant Mummy Industry imperilled by the pauper mummies of Egypt. Thy should not it As Well As the Gondola business have a kind word from a paternal government As Congress is still in session it May he unjust to complain in this Way for Congress May remedy the iniquity before it adjourns. The Mummy like the Gondola Fay yet be happenings. Frost has come again mayor Korns again fills the chair at the City municipal court. It is estimated that the Corn crop of Kansas will be 144,417,848 bushels. Or. Obedience lives at Ottumwa Kansas. He is said to be a very willing individual. The k. Of p. Lodge of this place will take in pythian Day at the Columbus Centennial. The dome of the court House is being painted a Crimson Hue and there will he perhaps More things than the court House painted red this fall. A a Vare Loid collars a was the article inquired for at a mercantile establishment in this City the other Day. One would he a sufficiency. The sugar Trust declared a dividend of $1,125,000 in the first five months of its existence. The actual capital of the Trust is $15,000,000, but watered to $45,-000,000, for which certificates Are held. The Rice crop in Georgia is seriously damaged by the hoods. The Low lands Are All under water. Roads and Bridges Are carried away so that travel is almost impossible. A passenger and freight train collided on the Valley Road near Canton on the 16th inst. Badly wrecked engines and one Engineer had three ribs broken As the result. Loss about $10,000. The police Force of Columbus reaped a Rich Harvest last week of noted Crooks and criminals who had come to the City to work the big crowds during the g. A. R. Encampment. A delegation of head chiefs from the Sioux indians will visit the great father to discuss the new Indian treaty that has become such a vexed question to the Indian commission. The great English vessel known As the great Eastern has been condemned As a failure and will be pulled to pieces. She was a great shipping failure hut one of the largest vessels Ever launched on the Ocean. Early frosts have seriously damaged the Corn and buckwheat crops also melons and potatoes in new Ilam sire Massachusetts new York and Vermont. The Northwest has suffered considerably from Early frosts. There is considerable trouble Between negroes and Whites in fort Bend co., Texas Over the attempted assassination of h. H. Frost. Negroes Are ordered to leave the county under penalty of death. The militia have been called out to Settle the trouble. Rev. Wilson of the m. E. Church preached his Farewell Sermon Sabbath evening to a Large audience. The Rev. Has been pastor of the m. E. Church for two years and will attend conference at Salem Ohio this week which convened yesterday. As the outskirts of the City Are not directly under police vigilance people in those quarters complain somewhat of unseemly conduct of men who imbue themselves with an overdose of a coffin varnish a and proceed to paint the town Vermillion before the Campaign is hardly half Over. A Plant called the laughing Plant or in scientific parlance a a Canna Halis sativa a has been discovered and it is alleged that when it is eaten in its Green state or taken As a tincture made either from the Green or dried Leaf As a powder of the dried Leaf or smoked As to Ohaco it is potent in producing exaltation laughing and cheering ideas. The yellow fever plague is destined to visit nearly every household of the White citizens in Jacksonville. The suffering is intense. If it was not for outside assistance in the Way of nurses physicians and provisions the people would soon he blotted out of the once prosperous Little City. There has been about 150 deaths reported. Many of the Best and leading citizens have passed away. The Wheeling club of the Tri state league stopped Over at Uhrichsville monday on their Way Home to play the twin City club a game. There was a Large crowd out to see the local champions bested and enthusiasm run wild when the twin City team managed to bring in a score or make a Brilliant play. However they were destined to suffer defeat and As a result the score stood at the close of the game 11 to 3 in favor of the wheelings. A difficult catch of a liner by Wheeling a second baseman tweeds of the twin City Brilliant Fielding by throwing two men out at first and third bases from his Field were among the Best plays of the game. The twin City a will play at Toronto Ohio saturday. The Tuscarawas county fair will he held at canal Dover october 2d, 3d, 4th and 5th. This fair has always been one of the Best in the state. You will a ways see a Large representation of the finest Stock in the state. Manufacturers always seek canal Dover As the place to exhibit their machinery and agricultural implements because the facilities and accommodations Are excellent. The ladies always have Floral Hail stowed full of every thing Nice. And last but not least the horse racing at canal Dover is always appreciate and attracts Large crowds. The reason for this is the society is always Liberal in premiuiii8 and the canal Dover track a most excellent one. This year or. C. B. Downey president of the society says that he expects the coming fair to equal any we have Ever had. They Are offering Liberal premiums. Write to the Secretary for a catalogue. Many extra attractions will Greet your eyes this year if you come. 39w2little happenings. A number of Book agents Are at present invading the sacred precincts of new Philadelphia. Many a boy finds it easier to contest his fathers will after the old Man is dead than when he is Post there is to be some important changes along the line of the c. L. Amp w shortly in the Way of officials of the Road. Mrs. Snell of Chicago has offered a Reward of $20,000 for the arrest and detection of Tascott the supposed murderer of her husband. A freight train jumped the track near Millersburg monday wrecking a Large number of cars and tearing up the track for some distance. The United Brethren conference to which the Church in new Philadelphia belongs closed its session last week at Canton Ohio. A Young Man was killed the other Day by a standing Collar he was it a dude either but his Collar was too tight and choked him while asleep. Stark county sent 500 veterans to the g. A. R. Encampment at Columbus and was assigned seventh position in the fifth division of the great Parade. The republicans have gotten up on the quiet a big blow out for saturday which will terminate in the evening we understand with a dance at Eagle Hall. J. A. Radebaugh invites everybody to Call at his music store and examine his hew Stock of pianos just received. It is the finest assortment Ever brought to this City. Tar May he removed from the hands by rubbing with the outside of fresh Orange or Lemon Peel and drying immediately. The volatile oils dissolve the tar so that it can he rubbed off. Cattle Are being shipped from Utah by special train in the Palace Stock cars which provides for feed and water while in transit. This will he a great Benefit to the far West. A Good article could be gotten up by fashion correspondents on the a future of the the article of course need not be As Large As the aforesaid a Siliment and would create a great Hustle among the fair sex. The Mother of the present German Empress is confined in a mad House. She wanted to become the wife of Louis Napoleon when he was president and would have done so but for the opposition of Cju Een Victoria on election wagers in new York City the democrats Are betting on an aver age of $100 to $80 that Cleveland will win in the states of Lew York new Jersey Connecticut Indiana California Michigan Florida and West Virginia. Or. Samuel Dayis of this City and miss Ada Yingling of port Washington were married thursday last in the Palor of the Gilsey House by the Rev. H. A. Dowling of this City. They will reside in new Philadelphia on Tater Street. Forest fires Are still raging in Michigan. The Forest of Fine Timber Are being destroyed. Many people Are rendered homeless by the fire and several lives Are reported lost. The people Are fleeing for their lives. Arenac county has suffered the worst. A chinaman was Reading Harrison a letter during a ride on one of the elevated railways in new York City the other Day and when he came to the paragraph referring to his countrymen he threw the paper out of the window. An Exchange says a this must he a Campaign near Sanantonia Texas last week the 14-year-old daughter of Boyd Smith attempted to kindle a fire with kerosene. An explosion followed. The Little girl two younger Sisters and a baby brother who were near at the time soon passed Over the dark River As a result. John Fitzpatrick reported As the Man killed by the cars some weeks ago at Tuscarawas Bridge on the c. L. Amp w., was in new Philadelphia last week and reported himself still an inhabitant of this mundane sphere and was very much surprised to learn of his death by the reportorial hand. The name of the Man who was killed at that Point we understand has never yet been Learned to was a stranger. A Drunken tramp called at the residence of a Well known resident on West front Street monday afternoon and upon being asked by the housewife As to what he wanted there used very abusive and disrespectful language to the lady and took a step As if to enter the House. Highly shocked by the audacity of the Drunken the lady seized a Broom and proceeded to be labor him with it. He to protect himself seized her arms All the while using violent and profane language. The lady becoming desperate screamed for help and by her cries soon brought the assistance of neighbors who put his tramp ship to flight. The husband learning the circumstances later made immediate search for the intruder and succeeding in locating him tuesday morning at the c. L. Amp Depot in a beastly state of intoxication. Procuring an officer the offender was landed in the City Bastile and will no doubt receive an application of Law which he justly merits. He should receive a lesson in this regard which ought to stand As a warning to others of his ilk and they will give the City a wide berth hereafter. Jack Kilgore it was Learned was the name of the tourist and he was fined tuesday evening by the mayor to the amount of $10 and costs and 30 Days in the mention. We Are glad to see our old Friend s. Jenkins in town. Judge Hance left for Steubenville monday to open court there. Or. Beatty of Pittsburgh has spending a few Days in our City. Been or. Louis Welty who has been South on a pleasure trip has returned. Chas. Mcllvain left wednesday to attend College at Wooster Ohio. Last mrs. Lucy Van ii of Pana Illinois is visiting her Mother mrs. Powleson. E. Rhodes the Bridgeport Ohio flour merchant was in the City tuesday. There Are quite a number of people from the state of Kansas visiting in the City. _ Rev. N. B. Banker of the Baptist Church preached his Farewell Sermon last sunday. Mrs. Daniel of Connell was taken quite sick tuesday night but is some better to Day. J. T. Irvine of the Zanesville signal was in new Philadelphia thursday and Friday of last storm. Wind and water sweep Cuba with Resistless fury thousands of lives go out in its Wake. Pericles division u. R. Of the k. Of p. Will accompany the k. Of p. Order to Columbus to Day thursday. Mrs. Thornburg and two Little daughters have returned from a two weeks visit with friends at Bolivar. Miss Mary Ream who has been away All summer will now be a at Home to Ler Young friends for awhile. Abel Hensel a former resident of this City but now of Maysville mo., is visiting friends in new Philadelphia. Or. George Taylor gave his Many Young friends a treat by stopping off to spend a few pleasant hours with them. Harry Hahn who has been Home at Waynesburg returned to this City tuesday. He was formerly clerk at the Gilsey House. _ or. And mrs. Solomon Lahmer of Oregon mo., Are visiting at the residence of or. George Lahmer West High Street. _ or. And mrs. Bacon of Pana Illinois Are visiting friends in this City the guests of or. And mrs. Geo. Welty and or. Otis and wife. Willie Hummell who was injured by the cars some weeks ago took lock jaw and has had a Long seige of it. He is at present getting better. Or. Henry Brewster of Independence Kansas is visiting friends in old Tuscarawas. We were glad to place him on the times list. Or. Brewster has done excellently Well in Kansas. Miss Nettie crites one of new Philadelphia a Best looking dress makers returned Home wednesday after a two weeks engagement in the family of or. Alfred Pointer. Or. J. T. Rold came up from new Fri Ladelphia wednesday morning and took train no. 6 North in the Valley l or Chicago where he intends a course in the Law department of the Northwestern University. Pointer. Peter Eckert of Ragersville made the times office a pleasant cafe on saturday and renewed his subscription. He reports the cheese Market As starting off at 11 cents a very fair Price. Or. Eckert belongs to the firm of Krebs a co., who manufacture cheese quite extensively having one of the finest dairies in the country. We wish them Success. Married. By j. H. Booth j. P., on the 13th inst., or. Watkins James and Mary c. Shawver All of Tuscarawas county. Id red. Miss Polly Lewis aged 16 years the daughter of or. And mrs. Reuben Lewis of West High Street died tuesday morning at 10 of clock of typhoid fever. She had improved some Days ago and was getting better rapidly when she took a relapse and continued to sink steadily until her death. Her Early demise is mourned by Many of her associates in life who knew her As a kind and Loving companion and when death stepped into the Home of or. And mrs. Lewis it robbed them of another of their brightest Flowers. They and family have the sympathy of Many friends in their sad bereavement. Excursions via the c. Amp my. Railway. Cheap Harvest excursions to Points in Iowa Kansas Nebraska Colorado Minnesota Dakota Montana Wyoming Arkansas Indian territory Texas new Mexico Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana on september 35th, october 9th and 23d, tickets will be sold at the rate of one fair for the round trip and Good for return passage thirty Days from Date of Sale. For tickets and full information Call upon or write any agent of the Cleveland a Marietta Ray co., or address K. Richards Gen. Pas. Age to Cambridge Ohio. 39w5. Republican mass meeting at Cambridge Ohio september 22d. Grand Parade log Cabin dedication and addresses by gov. Foraker Gen. W. H. Gibson Hon. J. Ryan and j. Tay Lor. Excursion tickets will be sold from All stations at half rate for the round trip. Caldwell District fair at Caldwell Round trip excursion tickets will be sold from All stations to Caldwell september 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st, at half fare rates. Central Ohio District fair at newcomers town Ohio october 2d, 3d, 4th,, round trip excursion tickets will be sold from All stations on the above dates at half rates. 39w2 new York september 17. Letters from Havanna give descriptions of the terrible storm that swept Over Cuba on the 4th of september. The losses foot up millions and the number of dead is variously stated at from five Hundred to twelve Hundred. The Cyclone for fifteen hours raged with desperate fury and demolished the principal buildings of the Large cities and wiped out whole towns situated near the Seaboard. The water flooded Large districts of Fertile land richly planted with sugar tobacco fruit and vegetables destroying the valuable machinery of the plantations and irretrievably ruining the crops. Going out to sea the storm imparted its fury to the Ocean which Rose to a great height and inundated the water fronts breaking Down the wharves and occasioning great losses to shipping and Commerce. The water overcame All obstacles and forced its Way into the storage and manufacturing houses near the coast. Some buildings gave Way under the great pressure and in All cases the contents were seriously damaged. Gigantic Waves swept the decks of the vessels in the harbours and Crews were washed overboard. Havana presents the appearance of a bombarded City. The Waters of Havana Bay being closely pent up within a Small Harbor acquired a tremendous Force and destroyed every thing within their reach. The Northern part of Havana was converted into a Venice and Many streets were submerged. For some time people made use of boats in their attempts to reach their houses but they were soon forced to desist the violence of the storm rendering it utterly impossible to keep up traffic of any kind. Many barges containing valuable cargoes and a great number of sailing vessels of every description lying in the Harbor were wind played sad Hovic also. The magnificent set of Palm Trees in the Public squares and boulevards were blown Down. Hardly a tree remains in the plazas de Taxon de armas Del Cristo and i e la Infanta or one of the hundreds that extended in a continuous line from la Punta to the Calzada Del Monte. In the artillery school the ceiling gave Way and the doors were smashed in. The fences and grand stands of the rival base Ball clubs were destroyed. The ceilings of the louvre cafe and Irijoa theater fell and those on the cafe Dominica and Tacan theater Are liable to fall at any moment. Throughout the City Many lives have been lost. Beautiful parlor picture. The Beautiful picture a 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 of an original painting by Kwall which was sold for $5,000. This elegant picture represents a Young lady standing in a Beautiful room surrounded by All that is luxurious near a half open door while the Young Man her Lover is seen in an adjoining room asking the consent of her parents for their daughter in marriage. The Fine Interior decorations together with the Graceful position of the Beautiful girl is in keeping with the sentiment of the picture. It must he seen to he appreciated this valuable picture is fitting to adorn the Walls of any ladies parlor and in 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 of Wax starch. This starch is something entirely new and is without a doubt the greatest starch invention of the nineteenth Century at least everybody says so that have used it j. It supersedes everything heretofore used or 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 of practical experience in fancy Laun drying. 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. Transfers of real estate. I As compiled in the office of recorder of Anderson a work to a. Work 160 acres Union township $9,000. John c. Irons to Mary a. Jackson 1 acre Goshen township $425. William Stoneman to Marquis Watt 20 acres Union township $1,000. Marquis a. Watt to William Stoneman 20 acres Union township $1,000. Sheriff Bowers to Eli e. Travis 47 8-100 acres Auburn township $1,200. John Minnich a executor to Lewis Rolli lot 14, Trenton $126. Henry Gauger to the Board of education j acre Fairfield Tovy Lahip $25, John Kaiser to John Kuenzli it Al lot 44, new Philadelphia $230. Lewis Rolli to Elizabeth Shoemaker lot 14, Trenton $1. John Tracy to Elizabeth m. Goodrich lot 52, Sandyville $400. R. C. Rouser to a. J. Fulmer 136$ acres Rush township $3,182. Closser Tot ton to mar a. Gregory lot 5, Dennison $h0 a a Jacob b. Yueher to George Scheer lot 383, canal Dover $625. W. K. Eckfeld it Al to Ellen Graham lot 9, Dennison $200. Sarah a. Dunning it Al to Margaret Sherman 16-100acres, Uhrich Shiue a. Unclaimed letters. The following list of unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office september 18th, 1888 mrs. Mattie Brookman mrs to Keiser mrs. John Neiderheiser Robert Brodnax % R. Skills 2. If not called for m fourteen Days will be sent to the dead letter office. K. Degreif p. Alliance will have a free fair october 13th. Reverend or. Storrs objection to the Republican platform. Or. Storrs a life Long Republican says obviously when Domestic manufacturers which at first needed to he protected have received that Protection till they have become self sustaining and self sustaining on the basis of fair american wages the duties on the similar foreign products May be gradually lowered to the present Relief of purchasers and without peril to the life of our own industries. Unless this is now and hereafter to he it9 the Republican party a policy i see not How it can fairly claim to he Friendly not Only to specific Domestic manufacturers hut to general Industrial developments in the country and to that magnificent interest of International Commerce which has to do with the welfare of the world. But if a Tariff is Ever to need readjustment it seems to me that ours now does. It was adopted primarily As a War measure More than a score of years ago. Under the policy which had proceeded it which had imposed far lower taxes on imports the part of the nation which was chiefly benefited had grown Rich and powerful ready to confront and Strong to subdue a tremendous rebellion. The War Tariff was no doubt expedient in its time hut i see not Why we should go on with it indefinitely any More than a Soldier of the War should carry his Musket to workshop or Field or an officer of artillery insist on tugging a part of his Battery to lecture Church or social party. Our time of secure peace and of reestablished National Unity seems precisely the time for taking up the matter afresh and adjusting the Tariff to our new and happier conditions. If therefore the convention at Chicago had pronounced with emphasis in favor of the principle of a protective Tariff hut also in favor of a careful revision of the one now established i should have gone with it in equal step and with glad Accord. But when it simply accepts in Hulk the existing Tariff and looks to Mako some of its provisions still More exacting and to taking off the internal tax on whisky m a possible contingency in order to do this i pause not convinced of either the Wisdom or the Justice of the plan. Indian superstition. Accused of witchcraft a Young Squaw is stripped tied to a stake and slowly roasted. Will go it alone West Virginia coloured men heartily sick of the Republican party. Wheeling sept. 13. The state conference of Independent coloured men in session at Charleston today placed the following state ticket in the Field governor Ii. Davis of Kanawha auditor e. A. Turner of Brooke treasurer Alfred Whiting of Hampshire. Presidential electors and a state executive committee were appointed. There were fifty delegates m the conference from about Twenty counties in the state. In their resolutions they called attention to the fact that the Republican party has absolutely refused to give the coloured Man the recognition to which he is entitled notwithstanding there Are 11,000 coloured votes in the state and say that they have concluded to act for themselves. This action has caused consternation in the Republican circles. The land of fever. San Francisco cal., sept. 17. The Story comes from Good authority at los anglos of the burning of a Young Squaw by Mojave indians because she was accused of practising witchcraft. The scene of the torture is near the Colorado River in the Eastern part of san Bernardino county. For the past two months a strange disease has attacked members of the tribe. Its spead at last became so alarming that members of the tribe became panic stricken and slaughtered their dogs and Burros As a sacrifice to appease the Wrath of the great father. This proving of no Avail a Council was held. Every Buck in the tribe was present. The Medicine men sat around a huge pot which was filled with herbs while the Bucks were squatted in a Semi Circle some distance away. The Medicine men watched the steaming of the herbs until the mess had been boiled Down to a Tea Cut lot liquid. Then a male Pigeon and his mate were taken from a Basket and held by tie Medicine men while the liquid from the herbs was poured Down their throats. The male Bird when released flew away and the female Bird fluttered a Tew Yards and then Tell helpless and dying on the ground. The Medicine men now seemed crazed with excitement and leaped to their feet and danced while the Bucks sat in sullen silence. The Medicine declared there was a Witch in the tribe. The reds drove their women to where the Council had been held and where the White Pigeon May. Driven in line past the Bird a Young Squaw the daughter of Creso a sub chief stepped out of the ranks and was about to pick the Bird when the Medicine men seized her and pinioned her arms. She plead piteously for her life hut the death of the female Pigeon was conclusive evidence that a Squaw was the Witch and the above plan was the test. The poor girl who was hut eighteen years old was stripped of her clothes tied to a stake and a slow fire built under her. For two hours she lingered in awful agony and while her screams filled the air the braves danced about the fire and the Medicine men uttered incantations. When morning came nothing hut the whitened hones of the girl and the Black embers remained about the stake. The disease from which so Many of the Mojave braves died is believed to he malignant typhoid fever. Strange actions of a patient with hydrophobia. Singular Symin tons Ani vagaries of a Hoy bitten by a worthless cur. Jacksonville sept. 17. The weather is still unsettled and the death Roll constantly increasing. However it is thought that a favourable change in the weather which must certainly come before Long will make the Prospect much brighter As the preparations for battling with the fever Are Chicago Illinois september 17. An eleven year old Hoy named Arthur Maher died this afternoon at his Home no. 1310 Indiana Avenue of hydrophobia from the effect of the bite of a yellow dog nine weeks ago. He was playing with some companions when the dog angered at something sprang up and bit him behind the right ear. Nothing was thought of the thing at the time though a physician was called and the wound was not cauterized. Arthur sold papers on the Street and attended to business until last Friday when he was seized with convulsions which continued intermittently until this afternoon when hedged. The strangest thing about the Case was that the Hoy imagined he was on the Street All the time Selling papers containing base Hall news and his last words were a fall about the base Hall game a the Hoy did not appear to Sutler As much As persons ordinarily do who die with hydrophobia. His father is employed in the Post office and Arthur sold papers now almost perfect. On sunday fourteen nurses sent from new York by i to get pocket Money. The physicians Harry Miner and Twenty three sent from new Orleans arrived and took tip their labors. The official report of Progress of the disease during the Twenty four hours ending at 6 p. M., sunday is As follows new cases 74 deaths 9 total number of cases to Date 985 total deaths 125. Here is a plan that has been adopted by several Large manufacturers throughout the United states and has proven beneficial to both employers and employed Charles a. Pillsbury a co. Of Minneapolis the largest milling firm in the world have just finished a division of $40,000 among their employees. This has been made in pursuance of a profit sharing plan adopted four years ago. A chinese lantern tied to a Kite that was poised in midair caused a sensation among the negroes of Augusta ga., recently. The uncanny Light dancing in the heavens terrified them and their cries and prayers Are said to have been woeful to hear. One old woman prophesied that it was a warning to them All to repent. Property for Sale. Two lots 64x66, with Good two Story Frame dwelling of 10 rooms ail necessary outbuildings Guiod Well and Cistern and a g Rod cellar under the House. Al kinds of fruit. Would sell As a whole or Divide. On a Good Street in new Philadelphia. Terms very reasonable. Inquire at times office. 29tf no cider in Iowa. Waterloo Iowa sept. 0. Judge Ney under the la. Prohibitory Law decides that a Man cannot lawfully manufacture cider for use in his own family and instructs the grand jury to indict if they find such a thing has been done. Or. A. Klosterman of Omaha Nebraska has purchased the Cham Ion City times and Springfield Republic of Spring a my Anu �.�3 consolidated them As one paper. The paper will he Republican. There was a Large number of new philadelphian in attendance at the Wheeling twin City base Ball game at fair grounds monday afternoon. Cincinnati Centennial exposition until october 28th. Excursion tickets will be sold at extreme Low rates. 39w6 the town clock lights up an hour earlier now that the evenings have become longer. J regard it As a strange ease in Many Par a tic ulars. During the moment alter the i paroxysm began when the Hoy was in a Semi conscious condition he would i count imaginary pennies m ins night a dress and in his imagination he sold a Good Many papers every Day. Every Effort was made to alleviate the sufferings of the boy and in some measure the doctors succeeded As at the time of ins death he was not suffering greatly. There is no doubt however that the lad died of hydrophobia. Twenty four Bright eyed and Rosy cheeked swedish Maidens arrived m new York City monday on their Way to wed husbands in this country. Sweden has sent Many of her brightest men and women to make the great Northwest a to Blossom As the Rose a and under their steady and Thrifty hands the states of Minnesota Wisconsin and the territories of Dakota and Montana Are rapidly becoming influential and wealthy. The majority of state officers of Minnesota to Day arc Eitnier swedes or of swedish descent. Queer work. Desmoines ia., sept. 15. Miss Lena Watson of Algona was struck by lightning during a storm Friday. Her hat was burned from her head two Large holes burned through her water proof and clothing and her Hack was badly scorched. One shoe was torn from Iier foot and thrown several feet Distant. She was badly shocked hut will recover. $5,000 in premiums offered to competitors at the anal Dover fair october 2d, 3d, 4th and 5th. The Premium list is full and Complete. Write to John j. Jurgens Secretary for Premium list. This is the place for those who have Fine Stock for Sale to make the fact known. Canada is preparing to meet retaliation by a change of route for shipments from by Way of new York Boston and Portland and shipping them through Halifax and St. John. A new line of railway is to be established from the Canadian line to Eastern Points. Done to fail to attend the canal Dover fair october 2d, 3d, 4th and 5th. Some of the Best track horses in the state will he there. The grand Parade of horses and cattle will he Fine. 39w2 the chinese restriction Bill passed the Senate All right monday and an Exchange says president Cleveland will not veto it

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