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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - September 27, 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 Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the Quot times advertising rates. Spack. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y . One Inch. S 1 00 s 2 00 8 3 00 8 5 00 three inches. Six inches. 2 00 0 00 7 50 15 00 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 Philadelphia o., thursday september 27, 1888. Number 40. Professional cards. Yrs. N. Richards m. Physician and surgeon. New Philadelphia Ohio. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 49yl j c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building South Broadway. Residence two doors South c a p depot. 49 Jas. A. Richards. Jos. T. Mccullough. Richards amp Mccullough attorneys at Law 49yl new Philadelphia Ohio. J. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 46, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 48yl Pitanis Romig 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 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 Samuel 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 no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat Money refunded. Price �?~25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller amp. Son. 6y2 Babcock Hurd amp co., wholesale grocers 10g amp 10s water St., Cleveland. P. H. Babcock ii. Hurd jr., 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. 24yl the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. 9yl t. W. Mcdermott d. V. S., honorary graduate the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats ail diseases Domestic animals. Surgery a specially. Horse dentistry neatly done. Carious Teeth removed. It pays to keep a horses Teeth in Good condition. Spavins and ringtones Best treated by the actual cautery. Calls by Telegraph otherwise promptly an swered. W office Over Routzen Heiser a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio 4yl the world Type writer ont try $8.. Rapid simple durable this 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 no toy. But a practical and useful instrument. Send for Sample a work and picture this Type writer. To j. W. R0lli. Stone Creek 0. Sole agent for Tuscarawas co. I6tf remodeler refitted and refurnished throw out new i Johnson i House. H. B. West manager 133 Superior Street Cleveland Ohio. Tkrms�?81.50 to 82.00, according to room. Clerks 52yl t1i0s. H. Case l. Golder. Fear Here we Are once More with a new fresh Stock groceries notions a and a provisions i also keep hand at All times a fresh Stock fruits amp vegetables hero is also the place to buy Salt fish and cured meats i am determined to sell at Bottom prices. All 0 jobs delivered free. Call at c. W. Rice a prices building North Side East High Street new Philadelphia Ohio. July 1, 1888. 28mc five Harvest excursions to Minnesota Dakota Montana August 21st. Tuesday sept. 11th and 25th. J october 9th and 23d. Via the St. Paul Minneapolis and Manitoba Ray from St. Paul by Minneapolis a at rates cheaper than Ever before. Points West grand Forks in Dakota and Montana less than one fake no round trip rate being More than Twenty dollars including great Falls Montana. Persons desiring to take a trip through Northern Minnesota. Dakota Montana for the purpose looking Over the country with the idea selecting a new Home within the boundaries the greatest wheat Belt in the world and an agricultural country suitable for diversified farming Dairy and Stock purposes will do Well to take advantage these rates. For maps and information apply to your Home ticket agent any agent the company f. I. Whitney. Gent pass and Tkv tags to St. Paul min. 33 new Phila Delphiia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday september 27, 1888. Office in Hummel Block East High St., second floor. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 a Sarthe new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in Advance.81 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A few address All matter intended for publication to the times. Democratic ticket 3st.tiokt.ll,. For president the United states Grover Cleveland. For vice president Allen g. Thurman. State. For Secretary state Boston g. Young Marion. For supreme judge Lyman r. Critchfield Holmes. For member Board Public works James Emmett Pike. Congressional. For Congress sixteenth District James w. Owens. Of Licking. Cotta not y. For auditor John w. Kinsey. For commissioner Wesley Emerson. For infirmary director Lewis Geckeler. For Coroner b. Downey the platform the democratic party the state Ohio in convention assembled presents to the people the state the following declaration principles 1. We endorse without qualification the administration president Cleveland his honesty integrity Fidelity to principle and Manly courage have endeared him to the american people and the interests the country demand his renomination and election. 2. We approve the Mills Tariff Bill As the practical expression the democratic party and request our representatives in Congress to give it their cordial support. 3. We demand that All lands the government be held for actual settlers who Are citizens the United states and for those who declare their intention and we endorse the successful efforts the administration to recover the Public lands which have been squandered upon Railroad corporations by reckless Republican congresses. 4. We favor the payment Liberal pensions to Union soldiers and sailors and a tender care the widows and orphans. 5. We demand an economical expenditure the Public Money and the re action the surplus in the Treasury by red used fixation and not by extravagant Ai d 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 e<nnbiia�?T4 into trusts to erect monopolies organized into syndicates to control corrupt legislation elections retard production and Der los labor steady employment and adequate compensation. 9. We approve the action the democratic members the legislature in their support tie Hill 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 Hans Home at Xenia. We demand Liberal expenditures for these institutions adequate to the wants the state. Samuel j. Randall has been renominated for Congress by the democrats Bis District in Philadelphia. The Campaign is warming up in Ohio and from reports the democratic Side it is growing better every Day. Recent pension legislation enables remarried widows to collect a pension for the period they remained the soldiers widow. Many such did not apply while a widow and can now obtain the pension due from their husbands death until they re married. Chief Justice Fuller Chicago was Given a grand reception and banquet at the Palmer House before leaving for Washington. All the members the Chicago bar As Well As the noted jurists the greater part the West were present. It was a gorgeous affair. The Farmers the South refuse to sack their Cotton in jute bagging account the Trust. There is now a process by which the sacks for Cotton can be made from the fibres the Pine tree also from Cotton which will take the place the jute. This will Down the combination jute bagging. Over ten thousand dollars Are paid out annually in Coshocton county to sex soldiers the pension Roll and Over $62,000 in this congressional District. And this is being done notwithstanding the Republican party proclamation four years ago that if Cleveland was elected Union soldiers would be deprived their Democrat. The High Protection orators in attendance at the Republican county convention saturday last made desperate efforts to scare the people with the Bugaboo Southern predominance and destruction to All american industries just As though democrats did not want to make Money and had no interest in a prosperous government. Or. Lybarger tried to picture out the evil effects Low Tariff from the foundation the government up to 1860. It might be Well to read John Sherman a speech in the House Congress in answering Kelly Pennsylvania wherein he compared a decade ten years prior to 1860 when we had but a 20 per cent average Tariff with a decade ten years up to the the speech after the High Protection 1867. Republican statesmen do not agree with the gentleman the Tariff results prior to 1860. Among other promiscuous assertions was that old song that Cleveland had been elected by fraud and intimidation. He probably had forgotten the fraud 1876 when Samuel j. Tilden was counted out. Of course the Republican administration for the Twenty four years prior to 1884, was praised As being a prosperous and Happy period but he neglected to Tell about two the greatest panics known in the history the United states All under High Protection at that. He Bel bored himself very much in trying to stir up the old sectional feeling against the South that they were running the government. In this however he will have his labor for his pains for the record the past three years proves conclusively that the government is in Good Loyal hands and will be the coming four years. He sneering by referred to the red Bandana As a danger signal. If he had said it was a danger signal to the Republican monopolies and other monstrous robbing corporations then lie would have struck the key note. The red Bandana Man has faced these preying monopolies which seem to he the body and soul the Republican party in the Halls legislation and we do not wonder at the Bandana being a danger signal to them. It Lias been the Emblem honesty. Yes and the grand old roman has been the Friend the miners and the labourers and his just decisions in the labor troubles will win him hundreds voters throughout the land. Or. Lybarger dwelt mostly the Tariff question. Among other assertions he said the High protective system had stimulated internal Competition to such an extent that the articles manufacture by reason great production and Competition were cheaper than in free Trade England and for that reason we should favor High Protection. If that be True then How does such a High protective Tariff protect the manufacturer when his goods Are sold below the English Market. The speaker would not make such an argument in a manufacturing District. It is True there has been Over production at times and an unhealthy increase in manufacturing establishments in some classes by reason the High Tariff but we deny that the wares and merchandise this country undersell that foreign countries. Strong Competition however has been the father the infamous Trust combinations that Are to Day pervading every class manufacture and instead cheapening the products Manu factors Are making them dear and this High Tariff protects those Public robbers. And now where Are your Consumers to get their cheap goods. Yes and these combinations Are shutting up when necessary to shrink limit production Many manufacturing establishments and paying the owners their share profits and by so doing Many thousand people Are thrown out employment. This is Republican Protection. The weeks doings. The Tuscarawas county fair will be held at canal Dover october 2d, 3d, 4th and 5th. This fair has always been one the Best in the state. You will always see a Large representation 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 Hall stowed full every thing Nice. And last but not least the horse racing at canal Dover is always appreciated and attracts Large crowds. The reason for this is the society is always Liberal in premiums and the canal Dover track most excellent one. This year . B. Downey president 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. 39w2 Kansas is now manufacturing sugar successfully from sorghum Cane. It is now believed that the manufacture sugar in Kansas will become quite an Industry. The soil and climate seem to be especially adapted to it. The Mill at Douglas Kansas will put out about a half million pounds sugar and a Large amount syrup. Republican politicians howled about favouritism to the South when a Little Tariff was left sugar but it May become necessary to change the tune a Little As Kansas is a Republican state and doubtless will want some Protection. The Republican politicians came very near making the Wool growers this county contribute dirty thousand dollars to their Campaign fund. All those who sold for a Quarter contributed their share. Wool is now 30@31c. Those who did no to grow Panicky under the Republican Quot scared saved their can Diz Sentinel. The ninth Ohio District is strongly Republican but the Farmers and labor organizations have United for the purpose electing the democratic candidate the Republican candidate being obnoxious to both and particularly so to the Farmers because his activity in harassing them in the driven Well suits. The democratic ladies met the other Day at Columbus and organized an association for purchasing a neat silk Banner to be presented to the county in the state showing the largest per cent democratic gain this fall. Mrs. Allen g. Thurman is its president and mrs. J Thomas a Powell its treasurer. A few our Young friends were out serenading the other evening and Sang so sweetly that we awoke from a pleasant Nap and thought the Angels were near and so they were. The Hose companies this City intended attending the band and firemen a tournament at Massillon last week but the boys could not get away so the project was Given up. The companies have a very perfect organization at the present time. The Ragersville band presented a handsome appearance our thoroughfares saturday and discoursed Fine music even if they were in to help whoop up a Republican Jamboree. There Are Many in the organization opposite politics but this does not deter them from accepting a Call from anywhere any occasion. They deserve Success in the musical line. The weeks doings. The City a visitors. W. T. U. Day at Columbus oct. 10. The Ohio state soldiers Home Sandusky is nearly completed. At Twenty nine Ohio veterans received an increase in pensions this week. Some the yellow fever refugees from the South arrived at Akron this week. Rev. Cook has returned Home and will occupy his pulpit morning and evening next Sabbath. Funds for the yellow lever victims at Jacksonville Florida Are pouring into that belated City from All parts the Union. There was a rousing democratic meeting held at Somerdale saturday afternoon. The meeting was addressed by Hon. A. W. Patrick and j. A. Buchanan. About four five Hundred miners and Farmers were present and an enthusiastic time was had. They raised a democratic pole 190 feet High upon which a Flag 18x30 feet was swung to the Breeze also a Cleveland and Thurman Banner. Mrs. H. B. Hay Milliner West High Street has gone to Pittsburg to attend the openings in the Milliner Trade and to select styles goods Etc. She intends to have a grand opening tuesday wednesday and thursday october 2d, 3d, and 4th. The Public is respectfully invited to Call and examine her Stock. Remember the place West High Street in the Snyder building. Albert Griswold Mas Simon car inspector the c. L. Amp w. Road was instantly killed at Seville Ohio saturday while trying to Avert an impending collision Between two freight trains. In throwing a switch he was struck by one the Cylinder Heads an engine and his Skull crushed. He leaves a widow and four children in Massillon. He was greatly respected by All who knew him and the company will keenly feel his loss. His act was one heroism. Pericles division u. R. Of the a. Of p. Of this City returned fro i Columbus saturday and repo grand gathering pythian flights at the state Capitol. About fifty divisions were in the grand Parade. Hon. John g. Reaves Lancaster Ohio grand Chancellor spoke the grand Lodge Ohio showing the rapid advancement made by the Noble order. December 31st, 1s09, there were but 21 lodges in the state and to a i y the order numbers 300 lodges with 21,000 members. Past grand Chancellor s. A. Court Marion also sport a briefly in Eulogy the order. G. W. Krafts stereo Ticon e exhibitions in Eagle Hall monday and tuesday evenings were Well Patroni Zed. Or. Kraft takes his auditor a tour Over the Golden state vividly portraying g scenes and Beautiful landscapes in Sai i Francisco and in the Sacramento s an Joaquin Santa Clara and Yosemite valleys. The pictures Are life like and t one like the writer who has tra veiled Over nearly the same routes Asgi in in the exhibition . Krafts Deline it ions that grand Rich country Are it Ubly appreciated. These views Are proving a big advertisement to the Golden state and Many hundreds people viewed them at the Columbus Centennial. On saturday last the republicans Tuscarawas county went to rough the formality nominating to Leir county ticket. They had been qui atly stirring up the republicans the county with a View having a grand i big meeting. Col. Poorman Bellaire ind . Lybarger Coshocton wer e brought As speakers. A brass band w As hired and the log Cabin brought to try and arouse that ancient t enthusiasm Grandfather Harrison but alas they were doomed to disappointment. There did however an Ordinary a crowd turn out but no such a one ? a was expected. In the afternoon the r assembled at Eagle Hall and proc i ded to put in nomination a county ticket which is As follows for comm missioner James Mills Warren town ship for Audi Tor Milt Crawford Perry township for infirmary director Lambert Fri Ley. We failed to be irn the nominee for Coroner. These men Are All Glt xxx Clever Fellows and would doubtless i Nake Good officers if they could be elected but there is not the Shadow a Chan be. After the nominal Tewis were closed speeches were in Ord . Lybarger Coshocton the re is Pelican nominee for Congress in this d acc Nice proceeded to address that portion a it amp he crowd that saw fit to assemble f a Ltd Over an hour by the Way . L larger is a very Clever gentleman be Nso Olally but As a politician he is an e if chemist and full vehemence and Miteen. He surely is blessed with great lamps for he had to combat with the i Imam corps and an Over zealous set Fellows who we it re somewhere in the i Iez go boyhood the Hall practising a sir to ditty with which they intended to Sti r Republican souls until the speakers face was red Anc flushed. After the speech was closed the musical club a atthe Lullaby song that is to put Harri. Jooa to sleep in no vember. Col. Poorman t Hen addressed the scattering crowd. The colonel made some bad Breaks in Lis speech sat urday. Among Cher things head fitted that the Dei Noc celtic Tariff Reform theory we right 1 jut that their practice was wrong. The i a Eaton Given was be cause the Bill Cam a from Mills Tex As. It probably a Ould have suited the colonel better if whisky and tobacco had been the f ree list. The leaders the Republican party know that the theory Tariff Reimonn is right but they Are too cowardly to attempt to put it in practice before 1 the election for then they would have no platform left for the Campaign. So they will cling to High Tariff and by Ope to ride into office it once More and then if successful Reform after Wai a. The new Reservoir for water Supply at Dennison is rapidly approaching completion. 20,000 tickets were sold in the state Kansas to the g a. R. Encampment at Columbus. The Millers North Eastern Ohio organized a state association at Akron last week. The earnings the w. Amp l. E. Road in August 1888, were $72,244 in August 1887, $65,517. Maggie Zellner and Cora Sweitzer Are in Columbus. Or. John Tipton was in new Philadelphia Sabbath. Or. Carnahan and . W. Galvin Sun Dayed in our City. Messes. Pilly and Wade Massillon were in our City last week. J. M. Custer has returned from his trip to Christian county Illinois. Or. And mrs. J. Kysely Are visiting their son George in Canton. Miss Lena Blackburn returned to her Home in Bloomington Illinois monday. Miss Annie Geckler Cleveland is the guest her sister mrs. Charlie Dick this week. Or. Frank Cody Cleveland gave new Philadelphia friends a pleasant Call last week. Geo. M. Johnson Westchester paid the times office a very Pleasnt Call Friday last. Or. And mrs. Will Smith and daughter miss Vinnie visited friends in new Philadelphia this week. Prof. F. Seese Newcomerstown has been appointed to serve the teachers examining Board Summit county. The band and firemen a tournament at Massillon last week was a big Success there being some fourteen fifteen organizations competing. A Cross old maid Over there advises the Newcomerstown brass band girls to quit blowing and learn to bake and ? jeffersonian. The time for threshing Grain has come the Saddest the year when the Farmers Throat is filled with dust and chaff gets in his sex. It. Union College near Alliance o., has Elo eted a new p residents Rev. Or. I r. Marsh Evanston 111., and the biblical Institute that City. The 8th V. A i. Reused at Colum-3us during the g. A. R. Encampment. The regiment has Many members in this county who were in attendance. Labor Day Drew a Large crowd to the Columbus Centennial. Prominent labor champions made addresses. Two thousand miners from the Hocking Valley were present. The Tuscarawas Valley arc Ueo Logi Cal society was organized a it Veek two ago at Newcomerstown. W. P. Stevenson Cambridge has been elected its president. The internal Revenue collectors Are beginning to look up the manufacturers a a Spinx a a soft drink in this county but it is alleged its ingredients Are composed mostly Beer. Marriage licenses were granted Thos. M. Watters and Mary c. Kolin James w. Mare Bank and Sarah Rose George Clark and Anna Clark John g. Hooker and Anna f. Gatchel. George Fulljames who has achieved some reputation As a prize fighter was so badly whipped at grand Forks d.t., saturday night that he died from the effects a few hours afterwards. Reminiscences new Philadelphia forty years ago with sketches Tuscarawas county and its Early settlement by Geo. W. Dorathy we learn is j now in press and will be out in Pampa 1 let form october 1st. It will be found a very interesting publication a it every one. Price 25 cents. Newcomerstown had a Quot Dickens party the other evening. It consists in wearing apparel to the party Persona Ting the character taken from the leading works fictions. The parties were quite popular a few years ago in the cities the Northwest and formed a splendid Means studying the delineations the great novelist. The Ohio state Board health from 51 observers reports diphtheria from. Middle Point , Al by ill Hamilton Nannien Junction Westerville and Cleves. Scarlet fever is reported from Minster it. Pleasant new Washington Maxwell Millersport Rio Grande Martins ferry Amelia Botkins Lora ones Milford Centre Hamilton and Conneaut. Col. 0. L. Poorman editor the Bellaire Ohio Tribune addressed the Republican meeting in the afternoon saturday the Public Square. The colonel aside from his party views is a very congenial gentleman a and states he has made but few speeches yet during this Campaign the majority / being delivered in West Virginia. Ii e left new Philadelphia late saturday evening. Beloved individual you w to Are in the act perusing this paper Hearken unto the following from an Exchange As it might strike you rather forcibly and wre Pray very effectively a the Man who reads a borrowed Nei a paper in order to avoid the expense subscribing for it May be considered i a very estimable citizen but we Shou. Id vote against his passing the Saucer i n a coloured the Large Mound about a mile West newcomers Toncy was recently t it pen de by w. Mil Lay Secretary the Tuscarawas Valley archaeological society. Two Hundred Well preserved Hue Nan skeletons were found being seven in get under ground and under them Watt bed charcoal mingled with cram cd human boxes. Knives scrapers an d Flint Ems Sel Shell ornaments atom 3 beads and pieces burned Brick were 1 found. Misses Vinnie Smith and Nano Booth left for Columbus yesterday wednesday to remain several weeks. John t. Deifenbaugh the Well known harness dealer paid a visit to his old Home at Strasburg tuesday. David a. Boyd new Philadelphia visited his Unble . W. J. Boyd Kimbolton last week his Way Home from eco Mersk in Index. Elijah Garber near Beech City dropped into the times office monday and left us $2 subscription. We Are pleased to have our old friends Call upon us and remember us in a substantial d. Armstrong Saline county Kansas a former resident Tuscarawas county was our streets monday last shaking hands with old acquaintances. He has been in Kansas Twenty two prof. Forney and j. K. Mitchel will speak the political issues the Day at Phillipsburg saturday oct. 6th. Let every one turn out and hear the issues discussed that interest alike the Rich and poor. Messes. P. Olmstead and e. M. Bailey from new Philadelphia discussed Republican doctrine at Davis Hall last Satin Day evening. Or. Abner Dixon has moved to new Philadelphia to clerk in j. W. Stoody a provision store. A Mineral Pointer. Or. David Bollman Auburn a prominent Farmer gave the times office a Call and renewed his subscription thereto. His father George Bollman was one the pioneers the county having located in Auburn township in 1812, while Many indians yet lived in the neighbourhood. Real estate transfers. As complied in the office the recorder deeds. 1 Maurice Moody to we Vail lot 2, Dennison $150. Jacob w Browning to Lydia a Brandt lot 4, new Philadelphia $800. Lydia a Brandt to Emma Miller new Philadelphia lot 4, $825. John Minnich a executor to John n Van Lehn lot 17, Trenton $131. John n Vanlehn to Elizabeth Shoemaker lot 17, Trenton $69. Elizabeth Shoemaker to Louis Rolli lot 17, Trenton $1. Louis Rolli to f d Kinsey lot 17, Trenton $140. F d Kinsey to Kate cunning lot 17, Trenton $140. Christian Bahler to Board education a acre Auburn township $50. Jacob j Torgler it Al to Jos p Murphy part lot 29, Phillipsburg $650. Adam Regula to Jacob Torgler part lot 29, Phillipsburg $100. Geo n Joss to Mary Kuenzli lot 233, new Philadelphia $2,600. James f Donnell to Jane g Donnell 82 acres Mill township $1,435. We Ely to Thomte licks lot 121, Uhrichsville $150. John Booth to George Booge �0 acres Oxford township $1,000. Samuel w Sherman to John a West Erl old lots 10 and 11, Dennison $il,fi00. Sheriff Bowers to Robert f Dent lot 8, Newcomerstown $267. Making it a political meeting. Charles Limbaugh and brother Limbaugh spent saturday and sunday in the City the guests their relative John Kohr South Broadway. Chas. Sieves at California mo., and is by Trade a Iblas Smith and whilst following that profession has shod Jesse and Frank James horses several times. He says the bandits always treated him As a gentleman. The two Brothers Chas. And C., had not met for Twenty two years and both being old soldiers theirs Vas a Happy reunion at Columbus during the g. A. R. Encampment where they both casually met. Charley is a gentleman in every respect having Many friends in this City. We wish him Success and a Safe arrival at Home. Canton sept. 23. The democrats Stark county Are waging a bitter War against the Secretary the agricultural society who has joined hands with the evening repository in trying to turn the fair now in Progress Here into a political meeting for the republicans. A log Cabin has been erected the grounds and it is said that it was intended to have the supporters grandson Harrison step into the Cabin and Register their names thus giving a Boom to the grandson. Democrats As a Rule Are steering Clear the fair saying the Cabin is the work a few scheming Republican politicians. The hard cider and Coon skins will out. Petit juror october 15, 1888. Abraham Stull Dover Philip myer. Warwick Frederick Zeltman Franklin Martin l. Lehr Warwick a. T. Herrick. Mill Henry Breitenstein a a we Over j Boob k Ratz. Warwick August Regula. Bucks Philip John Curtis Hill. Goshen Henry Breitenstein Dover Joseph Daniel Mayback. Wayne t. R. David Hines. Mill Stelling a. Solomon Jonathan James Miksch Lay grand jury october 2, 1888. Jonathan b. Taylor. Yesterday the Tariff reformers the Evanston District nominated for Congress Jonathan b. Taylor Winnetka. Or. Taylor is the head a mercantile House this City. He has the reputation a Man Talent Well informed economic questions. His opinions the Tariff and collateral questions Are right sound and positive. He stood As a candidate against brother Adams two year3 ago and reduced his majority to an extremely narrow margin. He ought to be elected this year and the Globe Hopes he will be. This is a political year. The elections this year particularly tiie congressional elections Are held for the purpose taking the sense the country the question reforming the monstrous War Tariff which has been projected by avarice and greed almost a Quarter a Century into an Era peace. There is nothing else in the congressional canvass excepting those coddling the War Tariff the monopoly trusts. The candidate thus placed before the people the District is a successful business Man a thorough Democrat a conscientious Tariff reformer and a gentleman capacity intelligence and Industry who would be an entirely creditable representative the interests Chicago and an influential member the House. The voters the District ought to see that it is to their interest to insure . Taylor a Chicago Globe. The Jonathan b. Taylor above mentioned is a son the late Hon. Jonathan Taylor Topf this City who formerly represented this District in Congress and a brother judge Waldo Taylor and mrs. Ltd. T. Dickinson this City. Jle is an old Newark boy. Of whom Newark is justly proud and at whose Success she rejoices. The democracy his District have done themselves credit in his adv. Rush township. After weary weeks comes another Promise to rep Oitt the Senate Bill. John Kail Indiana is visiting relatives in this Vicinity. James Hines sr., Ami two sons and family Kansas Are also visiting Here. Quite a pleasant Surprise party was Given miss Ola Stansbury the evening the 19th, and one for Ollie Conwell the next Day. Ollie was recently married to miss Lillian Gilmore Dennison. Squire Rankin attended Centennial Grange and k. P. Day. Our Board education has decided to pay the teachers five cents extra per Day for janitor work. A Good indication progressive spirit in our township. H. H. Helter started last week for W. U. At Delaware for another year hard study. W. Did t hear the warning Bell. John Sensenbach. Sugarcreek George m. Dearth. Rush George Erwin. Sugarcreek David Getchel. Warren g. 1>. Smith. Oxford Jacob Romig. Goshen William Rausch. Salem George w crites. Dover Peter Mccurdy. Mill w. Kline. Lawrence William Moffet. Warren Frederick Renner. John Sharp. Goshen James b. Gray. Goshen Patrick Callahan. Goshen narrow escape from death the Princess and her daughters. Washington sept. 24. It is announced late this afternoon that the Senate Tariff Bill will be reported to the full committee to Morrow. Senators Sherman Allison Edmunds and Hiscock held a close conference this afternoon which lasted until six clock. At its conclusion Allison who has the Bill in charge when asked As to the authenticity the report said Quot the Bill will be reported to the full committee to Morrow that is some thing will this Means that either the general features the Bill the testimony condemnatory the Mills Bill will be reported. Besides the Contention Between the Republican loaders As to the advisability reporting a Bill at this time there is a bitter tight As to the provision the Bill itself so much so that senator Hiscock has said within three Days Quot it is in such a chaotic state that we May be said to have no lumber and sugar Are two commodities which no reconciliation has yet been reached. The extensive sorghum interests in the West Render Allison plumb and others bitterly opposed to the Cut 35 per cent in the sugar schedule. On the other hand those men favor free lumber. If the Bill is reported and the Tariff Wool will be reduced 1 cent and other schedules the Randall Bill is closely followed. A prominent Republican congressman said to night Quot i sincerely believe no Bill will be reported. We cannot agree and the Senate committee can go ostensibly taking testimony until just prior to the election and then adjourn. To bring in a Hill is to do so against the judgment the Republican members the House and National committee. Our condition is precarious and if a Bill is introduced to shall throw away our last Chance Success. How can we convince the people that our Bill we Foch reduces the Revenue the same amount As the Mills Bill mean Protection and that the Mills Bill Means a free we Are pledged to Tariff Reform but our Only salvation in this Campaign is to fight the Mills Hill Xiuji Promise the impressionable vote every thing better in the the attempt pig Iron Kelly \v1iq believes in War taxes and the entire abolishment internal Revenue even to the extent free whisky to Blacken the character representative stalk Necker and incidentally that the democratic party has thus far signally failed. It will result the dismissal Smithmeyer Kelley a protege. Congressman Thompson left this evening for a ten Days campaigning tour in the West. Beautiful parlor picture. London september 26. The sunday i nes publishes a Vienna that while the Princess Wales and her daughters were out driving in a Pony Carriage near gun Den the other Day they approached a Railroad Cros pig a without heeding an electric Bell giving warning danger. When the carnage reached the track two Dray bars worked by wires the signal boxes were lowered,.preventing either Advance Retreat. Colonel Clark the a orc hurriedly dismounted and ducking underlie bar pulled the Pony alongside the just As the Tom passed _ state Dor get Bond Purchase. Large excess r Uvell expenditures amount 04 the suit la Lus. An end to Bone scraping. Married. There was a very pleasant wedding last thursday , at the residence John Deifenbaugh in new Philadelphia. Or. W. M. R tickets was United in the holy Bonds to miss Alice Page by the Rev. M. M. Philips Baltic. The Dippy couple reside in the Vicinity Pike run and. Be understand will continue to. Excursions via the c. Amp m. Railway. Cheap Harvest excursions to Points in Iowa Kiowa Nebraska Colorado Minnesota Dakota Montana Wyoming Arkansas Indian territory Texas new Mexico Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana september 25th, october Ortii and 23d. Tickets will be sold at the rate Osie fair for the round trip and Good for return passage thirty Days from Sale. For tickets and full information Call upon write any agent the Cleveland amp Marietta Ray co., address w. K. Richard Gen. Pas. Age to Cambridge Ohio. 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. Taylor. 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 Newcomerstown Ohio october 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th. Round trip excursion tickets will be sold from All stations the above dates at half rates. 39w2 done to fail to attend the canal Dover fair october 2d, 3d, 4th and 5th. Some the Best track horses in the state will be there. The grand Parade horses and cattle will be Fine. 39w2 # Ohio Centennial at Columbus september 4th to october 19th. Round trip tickets will be sold at Low excursion rates until the close the Centennial. 39w5 Edward Shepherd Harrisburg iii., says Quot having received so much ten Elit from electric bitters i feel it my to let suffering humanity know it. Have had a running sore my leg for eight years my doctors told me i would have Bay the let one scraped leg am pulled. La de instead three 1 Kittles electric bit Acra and seven boxes but Jdene a Arnica a Lve and my leg is now sound and a a metric bitters Are sold at 50 cents a bottle and Bucklen a Arnica Salve at 25c. Per by f. Miller amp son. The county commissioners have been petitioned to condemn a part the old Indian graveyard near Goshen so Ajo Widen a Road bed to the Coal docks. Done to you do it gentlemen. The is sacred holy ground that contains the Bones the grand old missionary Zeis Berger and his moravian converts. All other commissioners have let it alone and we feel confident you Valley reporter. Mexican rioters Are in Possession Rio Grande City Texas. Trouble Between a mexican editor and the state Revenue officer brought a fight in w3�ji the mexican was killed. This aroused the mexicans and they attempted to Inch the Revenue officer. Over one Hundred and fifty armed mexicans Are parading the streets. Troops have been telegraphed Tor and trouble is feared before they arrive. The game Ball Between the twin cites Uhrichsville and Dennison and the Toronto club Toronto Ohio saturday last was one the finest exhibitions Ever seen the Toronto ground the score standing 3 to 3 in the 9th inning when a dispute arose Over the umpires alleged unjust decisions in favor the twin cites and the game terminated thusly. Or. H. A. Richardson has lately taken Possession the Central hotel in Shanesville. He is a Sucht in the hotel business accommodating and sets a first class table. The travelling Public will do Well to Call at his House. Everything is in first class order neat and clean. Canal Dover fair next week. Go. Washington september 23-the total amount Bonds purchased to under the circular april 17th is $53,266,800, which $35,400,850 were 4s, and $17,865,950, 4$s. The Cost the 4s was $45,315,268, and the 4.1s $19,-183,895, making the total Cost $4,319,163. Notwithstanding the heavy purchases Bonds during the present month there is still an excess in receipts Over expenditures since the 1st inst. Of $15,-000,000. The surplus As stated by the treasurer in his last report is $107,-535,000. _ House destroyed by dynamite. Wheeling w. Va., sept. 25. On saturday night last the House . J. B. Gorrell who lives in Moons Tyler county w. Ya., was blown up by dynamite. Or. Gorrell and one olins children were badly injured and a visitor named Campbell who resided near Hebron was instantly killed. Late m. E. Conference appointed Rev. Reyes Kent Ohio to fill the new Philadelphia Appo Tennent. Rev. Wilson has in vote Many friends Here and the Church very much regrets to see him leave. A a prof. Forney and Lewi Zollars will address the democrats meeting at Barros Mills this thursday evening. Also at Wyss cheese Houe up Friday evening this week. Everybody invited. _ _ flour is rapidly advancing in Price in new York and Duluth. Wheat was marked at 4 cents higher tuesday. Farmers who hold their wheat will get an Advance. Last the season the Cleveland and Marietta railway special excursion tuesday oct. 23rd, to Cleveland and the marvelous Cyclorama. Last the season the Cleveland and Marietta railway special excursion tuesday oct. 23rd, to Cleveland and the marvelous Cyclorama. 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 Kwall which was sold for $5,000. This elegant picture represents a Young lady standing in a Beautiful room surrounded by All that is luxurious near a half open door while the Young Man her Lover is seen in an adjoining room asking the consent her parents for their daughter in marriage. The Fine Interior decorations together with the Graceful position the Beautiful girl is in keeping with the sentiment the picture. It must be seen to a i appreciated. This valuable picture is fitting to waifs any ladies parlor and m order to offer an extraordinary inducement to introduce our Wax starch Tifis costly picture will be Given away free to eve qty person purchasing Box Wax starch. Yuri 8taicb is something entirely new and is wind lout a doubt tie greatest starch nineteenth Century at least everybody says so that have used it. 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 exp it in the laundry profession who has had years 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 Pic Ttye free. The Wax starch go., he Keokuk Iowa. Mysterious horror at Erie. The charred remains an unknown Man in a burned car. Erie 1�?Ta., september 23. A mysterious horror involving loss life was the firing a car Load rags in the Lake Shore Railroad Yards Here at 8 clock this morning. The ear was locked and sealed but the incendiaries Oji ened the journal Lxix and got oily waste to stuff through the cracks and set it afire. Bales rags were piled nearly to the roof the car. The department put out the fire when the rags were partly burned and when the Load was overhauled this Forenoon the charred and smoke stained body a Young Man Al it out 18 years was found top the Ball burned Bales. There is no clue to his identity. He is supposed to have secreted himself in the car to steal a ride and was afterwards locked in file asleep when the firebug set the car afire and was overcome before the firemen arrived to break the car open. The remains arc awaiting identification. Unclaimed letters. A Bill has been pawned pen Sioning the widow general Sheridan. The sum granted is $3,500 per year. They get out a new map the City Topeka Kansas every time a property owner builds a a new Fence. Cincinnati Centennial exposition until october 28th. Excursion tickets will be sold at extreme Low rates. 39w6 colder grows the autumn evenings. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office september 24th, 1888 miss Mary r. Williams miss Martha Winkler Emma still miss l. E. Leisure miss Cora Glass Margaret j. Smith mrs. Jacob Maurier mrs. Mutha Mckee mrs. Rosanna Kelly Adam Slock John Schindler Albert Gross Edward Good right 2, Alex. Beet h. Arnold if not called for in fourteen Days will be sent to the dead letter office. E. P. Degreif p. M. Cards Are out for the wedding . Kaldenbaugh and miss Kate Mcelroy

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