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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - April 7, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday april 7, 1887. Number 16. Official directory. District. Wilkins slate . W. Rites common pleas Pree county. Ankney Jato . W. Yeagley prosecuting . Wilkins . Figert sheriff a. W. Rowers auditor John w. Kinsey Meyers. . G. Neumann s. Ruler . E. Lash surveyor.0.11. Gloover Ozias Delong infirmary directors j. Porter l. K Rantz Sec City. Daniel James 11. Elijah Philip commissioner John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. A c. W Eity. 1 Council Fletcher douthitt.1 Council ii. P. Scott. Amdrew Erwin. S. Warden. N new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday april 7, 1887. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 4�the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in advance.$1 90 if not paid within six months. 1 50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Posto Allce order to the address the proprietor. Address All matter intended for publication to the editor. Justices. Names. Townships. _ Daniel Krebs. Clay. James w Stoutt Wayne. George Bear. I same couts. Perry. Washington Henry Pebble. Bucks. T Richardson. Sugar Creek. Ii g Galbraith. Warwick. T k Robinson. Warren. Philip a Garver Franklin. John Smith. Goshen. Jas Galbraith. Bush. John Misione. Mill. Daniel a diehards Goshen. T b Rankin. Kush. L s win sell. Clay. And Timmerman. Perry. S v Zienneker. Fairfield. L s Mckinney. Sandy. Win e Beck. Goshen. Samuel 0 Kline. Lawrence. J 11 Gardner. Warren. A Toby to Coruthers Washington John Wetter. Wayne. William Kinsey York. Philip Doerfer. Bucks. T j Stocker. Salem. T 11 m Ozena. Mill. Joseph Lealea. Mill. Chas f Davis. Oxford. C 0 Fernsel. Franklin. Levi Travis. Auburn. 1 w Newburg. Dover. Jos 11 Hostetler Dover. Nieh Montag. Wesley m Tracy Dover. Sandy. A. Youngen. Auburn. Hiram Lehman. Warwick. David Breymeir Lawrence. Lewis c Zollars. Sugar Creek. L a Cornett. Salem. John s Spring. Charles 11 filers Jefferson. Fairfield. John w Roll. Jefferson. Hugh t Minnis. Goshen. C a Kinsley. Oxford. 1�?T 11 Kuhn. York. s Wagner. Union. J l Bald win. Union. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Cadwallader. Paoli. Baltic. Shanesville. I Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill i Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. New philae a. Gnadenhutten. Gnadenhutten. Cadwallader. New Phil add a. Mineral City. New Philada a. Llo Livar. New Cumberland Albany. Dundee. New Philada a. Baltic. Port Washington Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomerstown Strasburg. Ragersville. Canal Dover. Canal 1 it Over. Canal Dover. Mineral Ltd Ity. Ragersville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Shanesville. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. New Philada a. Newcomerstown Black band. Uhrichsville. Leesville. Laws newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use it whether he Lias ordered it not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without forming the publishers and the paper is i sent to the former direction they Are held re-1 Spon Sibley notice should always be give j removal. If subscribers refuse neglect to take papers from the office place to which they Are 1 sent they Are held responsible until they set tie Bills and give notice to discontinue. Professional directory. A 0ct0r Eda Wili Zelmi Mclean gynaecologist. Practice limited to diseases women and children. Office Public Square new Philadelphia 0. 7 some new Philadelphia s citizens Are trying to organize a company to bore for Gas across the River near Goshen. Lucy not accept the proposition . Kurtz and sink the old Well Down 1,000 1,500 feet further and i thus save the expense the first 1,000 i feet. The old Well is already 1,000 feet i j 7 j deep with 300 feet More casing All which advantages . Kurtz says can he had the terms offered before which seems fair indeed. Iffy can we not do something for our Little City. There is about fifteen Wells near Findlay All which went deeper than the one Here before Gas was struck. He have not gone deep enough. Let us try again lie know several parties who will take a share. If Gas is every where else Why not Here. Due need a Little Here to lift our Railroad out the mire. J. T. Mclean . To , . J is. Mclean a Warbutton. Physicians and surgeons. Office and residence Public Square new ship phia Ohio. 7 t j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 40, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 48yl prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. Pm. Hissong a shaving shampooing and hair dressing parlor in basement under Millers drug store North Broadway. New Philadelphia. O. 4syl 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. 11 Booth. Attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl c Amuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to Bis care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank. Mitchells dental rooms. The subscription list to the /., n. A c. Railroad to lift right Way is still in the hands the committee but is not gaining much headway. It is a burning shame that new Philadelphia can to raise $12,000, to right Way. Unless the people Waken up soon the Opportunity is lost. Canal Dover is about to Complete the link Between that place and a ineral Point for the 3/arietta Road to Effort a permanent arrangement with the Valley Road tints shutting out new Philadelphia from this new Road. Citizens Oldtown Valley new Philadelphia and Beaver dam Valley How do you like that ? canal Dover is game and you can soon stick your hands in your pockets and walk off like whipped curs when it is too late to do anything. There is Only about $3,000 subscribed in All. Those who have asked unreasonable damages Are partially to blame for the failure. And then the Lack Enterprise the part others go to make a Complete failure in securing the Road. If you want the Road Hunt up the committee and subscribe what you Are Able to do and ask your neighbor to do the same. Let every Man become a worker and the sum will be raised. Grant Mitchell d. D. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. It it it Block new Philadelphia Leer Raiffe a hardware Starr Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. Str Gas and Ether administered. Diseases the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1 the c1lsey 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 Church directory. The state Michigan voted the prohibition amendment to the Constitution Jondal. The amendment carried by from ten to fifteen thousand majority. The Republican state ticket was elected. The republicans claim 10,000 majority. The legislature is still in session there and will occupy the remainder the term in legislating to carry out the amendment and is Likely to be very exciting. The amendment makes the passage enforcing Laws obligatory this body. Many thousands dollars Worth property is effected. A provision by taxation will have to be made to Supply the deficiency in the Revenue by tie blotting out the liquor tax. Kansas decided that the state was liable to property holders for property rendered worthless by the prohibition amendment. Now what will the state Michigan do that question ? p r e s11yt e Ria read b d it a e very us n d a y a t 10 30 a. And 7 clock p m. Sunday school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lords Day morning at 10 00a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 0 clock a. Methodist episcopal preaching every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. In. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. German reformed preaching get Rys unday at 1030.a. And 2 15 p. In., a mately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. Pra�?T1 meeting every wednesday evening at Quot the first sunday morning see each month a missionary concert in u evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. Lodge directory. chapter no. 38, r. A. Meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Ball. City Block. Q p tayl0r> a a p Daniel Getzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. Amp a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mcilvaine w. G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Lylall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. W. Duncan k. Of r. And s. I. O. 0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. T. J. Zell it. N. G. A. Correll Letec. Sec a. 0. 0. Lodge. No. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stem pi1 Fly n. G. P. Skol rec. Sec a. I. U. 0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Udd Fellows Hall City Block. John i no c. P. 1. A. Correll scribe. Canton Tuscarawas no. 35, p. a i. 0. O. F., meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall. City Block. J. W. Dodd Captain. A. Bippus Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. 0, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. 1> n1el Korns commander. It. L. Crouch. Adjutant. Royal Council meets every first and third Friday each month in knights pythias Hall. A. P. M1nnick, Regent. J. Ii. 0v car Secretary. National Council no 52, meet every second and fourth wednesday each month at g. It. Lylall. E. Kaserman pres. A. Bowers Cor. Sec a. These Are the subjects now agitating the crowd that congregate about the grocery stores in Cadiz first where to place the saloons. Second where to place the coloured school children. Third where will the new parsonage he built. Some Are in favor having All the attractions in the suburbs and others want to keep them All in Cadiz Sentinel. About one third the population Cadiz is coloured and the coloured people have an excellent graded school there and they have always attended that school instead the school for the Whites but since the passage the act abolishing distinction account race some them want to attend the other school. It will therefore require the school building to be enlarged and makes a naughty question for Cadiz people. _ the democrats carried the Day in Mansfield Millersburg Zanesville Marysville upper Sandusky Lancaster Bellair Tiffin Cleveland Canton and Columbus with Many More places yet to hear from. The Cadiz Oil and Gas company have contracted with . S. A. Watson Beaver Pennsylvania for the sinking two Wells each three thousand feet deep. They have not yet located them. A Cadiz Republican. Cadiz people feel quite sanguine that Larrison county will get the Cannon Ball Railroad yet. They Are receiving considerable encouragement from the officials the Road. Cadiz has made a Noble eff Ort and we Hope they May he successful. A a our Hoys a to night at music Hall. Grand matinee saturday afternoon at 2 p. M., at music Hall. There Are said to be 000,000 opium eaters in the United states. We had to omit the school report from Philipsburg this week As we have not room. Grand production the a two orphans a by the Mountcastle company Friday night. Window blinds in endless variety at Wells drug store at All prices also All kinds curtain goods and fixtures. 15 w3 William t. Coleman California Dana a latest candidate for the presidency has a Fortune $20,000,000. Senator Sherman recently paid $30,-000 for a piece property in Findlay Ohio which is now valued at $125,000. Large crowds Are attending the Mont Castle performances. Miss Montcastle is a Fine actress and she has a Good support. The new Philadelphia steam carpet Washer is in full operation. Carpets called for and delivered. 15w4 w. I it. Winch. An interesting letter has just been received trom an Arizona Friend hut came too late for this Issue. It will appear next week. The i Iek Brothers Are building kilns for burning pressed Brick at Carlisle the c. Amp l. Road for William kempt and have in their employ ten Brick layers in All. Miss Mattie Vickers was greeted by a crowded House last night. Her play a a Cherub a in which she enacts the title role is one the Best attractions seen at the opera House this season. Or. Wallick proprietor the Sherman House has made an improvement his hotel by putting a Large plate Glass window the South Side the office room affording an excellent View the Public Square and South Broadway. There will be a special meeting the Andrew Crawford Post no. A g. A. R., at 7 clock p. M., april 14th, 1887. Full attendance is desired. Important business dedication May 19th. Daniel Korns commander. Wells Oil room Hack the drug store is running Over full barrels Oil and varnishes and hundreds kegs Lead. Everybody must he going to paint by the vast preparations made Here. 15w3 if you want a Fine Wall paper for your parlor it would you to inspect the Fine goods coming in this week at Wells drugstore. They Are we think the finest Ever brought to new Philadelphia and the prices Are Way Down. 15w3 the ladies the presbyterian Church wish to thank those who aided them in making a Success their supper at the rink. They wish especially to thank . Taylor for use Gas stove Doc Mckenzie for his skillful services in cooking oysters . Hinkle for donations the g. A. Post for use tables and chairs and . J. W. Judy for services rendered. Election news. The election passed off quietly monday yet a great amount wire pulling was done quietly. The a a kids a stole a March the a a Mossback a in the corporation and Goshen township election. There were two corporation tickets one headed Peoples ticket and the other Republican ticket. The vote councilmen stood As follows Andrew Erwin a. 188 w. W. Richardson a. �?~208 James Knisely a. 400 Leroy Springer a. 221 Patrick Hanna a. 215 James Knisely being both tickets receive the full vote Leroy Springer Patrick Hanna and James m. Knisely being elected. The three new councilmen Are All Young and Are Good honorable upright men and will make Good councilmen and look after the interest the people. The Council now stands f. Douthitt Jacob Miller John Sharp James m. Knisely Patrick Llanna and Leroy Springer. E. A Deardorff was elected cemetery director. The vote in Goshen township stood As follows a magnificent line dress Silks White goods and embroideries the most Beautiful styles and elegant patterns at prices lower than Ever before thought in this Market at the new store Fribley amp co., new Philadelphia where All tie ladies go who want the latest novelties for Spring at lowest prices. Staple groceries and notions also at rates which cannot fail to please the most economical Havers. A Good two Story Frame Shingle roof dwelling eight rooms for Sale situated West High Street about two and one half squares from Public Square lot 39 x2g4 feet Good stable and outbuildings fruit Trees and grapes lot Cistern that holds 300 Barrells and Gool cellar under the House and House in first class condition. Price $1,850. Terms�?$350 Down and $100 per year at g per cent interest until All is paid which would take 15 years. This is tie Best Chance Ever offered in new Philadelphia for a Nice Home. If you want this bargain you must come soon. Call s. Moore at his Law office for he is agent for it. For trustee. George Welty a. 494 Charles Eberhardt i4g1 for clerk. Adam a Stermer a. 537 t r Raith i it. 435 for treasurer. Ii v Schwitzer a. 425 Louis Zellner i525 for constables. I ill Mick a. 487 we Evans a. 537 ii Sherretts a. 429 David Thomas. 421 e w Mathias a. 69 Beans. 61 George Newton a was elected assessor precinct 3, and i Helmick precinct 2. A rage precinct 4. For j Ustine the peace. J ii Booth a. 386 John m Rutledge a. 126 a ii read a. 437 Robert Leach i286 Henry Mosher i314 there were two justices to elect and i h read a and j ii Booth a were elected. This places All the justices four in number in new Philadelphia. The democratic ticket in Wayne township was elected with majorities As follows trustee Josiah Stogli. 18 treasurer f Reichenbach 192 clerk g v Springer. 191 assessor Nicholas Ogg. 190 Constable James Malone. 190 supervisor Albright Shipbaugh .41 pretty miss Vickers played to a Large audience at the opera House last night. Her new play a a Cherub a is by e. A. Locke the author several Well known plays. Its scene is in the mountains Pennsylvania and a a Cherub is course the heroine that immediate neighbourhood. Miss Vickers is a great favorite Here and her new play will add to her popularity. She is a Bright Soudrette a Good character actor sings Well and dances admirably. She has put her specialities into Iier new play. Of the company . George w. Pike As a Griff a an old Man does a Clever piece character acting. Or. Charles Rogers is a Clever comedian and his imitations last night were much applauded. Miss Nellie r. Berry and . Frank Mason deserve credit for their acting. The play will he Given every evening during the Louisville courier. At music Hall new Philadelphia tuesday evening april 12th. Tickets at Harris Bros. The contract for the construction the insane building the infirmary farm this county was let the 6th inst. To Frederick Weber Bolivar for the sum $9,070. Or. Weber is a practical contractor and a straight Forward and upright Man and the commissioners can rely it that the Job will be properly done. This we Are warranted in saying partially because the Dick Brothers have the contract for the Brick work. There Are no better Brick layers in the county than the Dick boys. They never have trouble with their contracts and no complaints Are lodged against their work. They Are honorable and upright workmen and will do their work As Well by contract As by the Day. George a Urphy will do the Stone work and is also a Good reliable Mechanic. The democratic Central committe will meet at the commissioners office in new Philadelphia thursday april 21st, at 2 p. M., to arrange time and place holding county convention. All members the committee Are requested to attend. T. J. Evans chairman. Fanny Mountcastle supported by an excellent Troup played to Good houses several nights this week. Tuesday night the popular Jelo drama a Queens evidence was played. This is an exciting play with Many capital climaxes in which Solomon Isaacs Charles r. Thorpe comedian figures prominently giving a Happy termination Eracli time. He is Able in this cast and you Are hound to laugh. Kate a Edland by Fanny Mountcastle is another striking character that carried the audience with applause. Wednesday night the highly sensational drama a under the gaslight a was played with Success. This company to equipped with Beautiful scenery for All their pieces and especially this one which enabled them to represent the pier scene the Railroad scene with the Man tied to the track during the approach the express train and Laura Courtland Fanny Mountcastle locked up in the station House battering Down the door to Rescue the Man the track in a manner most exciting. It seemed almost like a veritable transaction and brought Forth great applause. On the pier scene there were songs and dances introduced by Boh Erwood who is a Good Singer and dancer. Little May in songs and recitations was greatly applauded. The democrats Cleveland won quite a Victory monday electing the whole democratic ticket. Babcock a majority for mayor will reach 3,000. This gives the democrats control the City. Personal mention. Rev. Brown was in town tuesday shaking hands with old friends. Judge Tyler one the great Legal lights Cleveland was in town yesterday. _ mrs. Emma work Massillon is spending a week with her parents in this City. Hon. Ii. Ii. Porter port Washington was in town wednesday Legal business. Or. And mrs. George Barrick West High Street visited relatives in new Cumberland last week. A iss Rebecca forehead returned to her Home in Uhrichsville yesterday accompanied by Carrie i Loup. Or. A. Holmes Postoff Iee inspector spent saturday and sunday with his family in new Philadelphia. Mrs. De. Campbell Gnadenhutten spent last week with her Mother mrs. Nathan Stine West High Street. Edson Kennedy is Home spending vacation and is exercising his muscle repairing Gates and fences around the Yard. Or. Janies Meagher Mineral Point was in town tuesday. Or. Is a candidate for clerk court and is quietly looking Over the Field. Col. W. Ii. Sellers proprietor Central hotel Alliance Ohio visited his Friend sheriff Bowers tuesday last. Nallie Sellers is spending the week with the sons . Bowers. Or. Jacob Heinz formerly this City but now Wellsville Ohio was visiting friends and acquaintances in new Philadelphia this week. Or. Heinz looks Hale and Hearty. Frank Janes and a is. Zielley and her two children left for Wichita Friday. A is. Zielley goes to join her husband who has been in Lui Cilita for several weeks. They will engage in the hotel business. Mrs. A. Bailey the Gilsey House has been called to Harden county o., the occasion the de Atli Iier brother in Law John Smith and will be gone several Days. She left thursday. The deceased died typhoid Luemonia and leaves a wife and two children. Married. it a sunday evening at the residence the brides parents by Rev. L. Kuhns . James Congleton and miss Mary Dearborn both this City. Or. Congleton is a live Young business Man and highly respected. Miss Dearborn is one new Philadelphia accomplished Young ladies and can he relied upon to do her part to make Home Happy. We wish the Young couple a Long and Happy life. Arnold�?Gintz.�? wednesday evening at six cock at the residence the brides parents . John Arnold lately from Germany and a iss Flora Gintz daughter Philip Gintz this City. The marriage ceremony was performed by Rev. Accola the German reformed Church. Or. Arnold is a shrewd business mail a iss Gintz is an accomplished Young lady and a thorough business woman. She comes from one the leading German families in our City and has a Host friends. Or. Arnold and wife left the 11 clock train to Day for Zanesville where they will make their future Home. Or. Arnold keeps a furniture store in that City. They have our Best wishes for their future Prosperity. Obituaries. We have just received the first Issue Volumn 1, number 1of the Dwight Wasp a neat newsy six column paper published by ii. L. Sweetland in the town Dwight Kansas. The editor seems to he a wide a Wake Man who believes in booming his town. This is a Little one month old located in Morris county. It has already organized a Bank has several stores and have located churches school building and All the improvements for a Thrifty Little City. This town seems to Spring up As if by magic. It has two railroads nearly completed and is just booming. Just think it a town 30 Days old and has a newspaper already. Success to you brother Sweetland. Simpson Clarmount the efficient superintendent the orphans Home was in town wednesday. He has proved a Success in every particular in that position. He has managed so economically hut not stingily that the Tuscarawas county Home has the Best record in the state. The Little homeless children can be reared As respectable in this institution As in Priva families. Three burglars take advantage the election excitement at Tiffin while counting the vote and succeeded in sawing their Way through the heavy steel bars at the county jail and made their escape. Their names Are James Brien Frank Burton and Robert Cooper the three desperate Fostoria burgers. Jessie infant daughter . And mrs. J. W. Link Ragersville this county died suddenly the 25th ult., congestion the lungs. Her remains were interred in the cemetery at that place sunday Rev. Shut Baltic and Rev. Noll Ragersville delivered the last sad rites. Jessie thou wast mild and Lovely gentle As the summer Breeze pleasant As the air evening when it floats among the Trees. Peaceful he they silent slumber peaceful in the grave so Low thou no More will join our number thou no More our tears Shalt know. Dearest Jessie thou Hast left us thou Hast joined the Happy throng our fond Hopes have All been blighted gone with thee and we re alone. Yet again we Hope to meet thee when the cares life have fled and in heaven with Joy to Greet thee where no Farewell tears Are shed. News for the boys that wore the Blue. Michigan has eighty six Camps sons veterans. Ohio is to have a soldiers Home near Sandusky at a Cost $100,000. The second United states infantry is the oldest organization in the regular army. The w. It. Of Pennsylvania has seventy two subordinate corps with a membership 2,224. The g. A. Posts Pennsylvania have upwards half a million dollars in Cash Bonds real estate and equipments. The first Man killed at the Battle Gettysburg the Confederate Side was Henry Raison company a seventh Tennessee. The Wisconsin veterans Home has recently been incorporated. It has no capital Stock hut is supported by the grand army Wisconsin. Dependent and crippled soldiers their families will he receiving through this Channel a direct Benefit. The thirty second Ohio volunteers travelled during its term service 13,-000 Miles. The forty first Ohio claims a record 14,500 Miles participated in fifty eight Battles and skirmishes lost 307 men by death and 600 reported As wounded. Toledo Ohio is Headquarters the Winchester club made up veterans who served during the War for the Union in the division commanded by Gen. Shields. This division Early in the War achieved marked distinction fur its j fighting qualities and was probably As a celebrated As any other military organization which took part in the great struggle. The Winchester club held its annual reunion March 23, the anniversary the Battle Kingston. Oil that occasion general L. Mann sent a letter which referred particularly to the valor that division. The letter was Well and enthusiastically received. General order no. 10, National Headquarters g. A. R., March 22, refers to a the erection a suitable memorial to our late Comrade u. S. Grant a the memorial to Cost not less than $100,000. The commander in chief announces the committee one from each department designating nine from the number As an executive committee who will have the matter in charge As follows s s Burdette Washington i c re beat i Philadelphia a John p Rea Minneapolis Minn a g Patterson St Louis to David n Foster fort Wayne ind Henry m Nevins red Bank n j George s. Evans Cambridgeport mass. Ira m. Hedges Haverstraw n. V. Ii. P. Loyd Cincinnati Ohio. The order closes As follows the sympathetic Aid and co operation the woman a Relief corps is earnestly invited. The sons veterans May find in this Effort the grand army a proper Field for the exercise their Youthful exertions As the object is abundantly worthy the patriotic purposes their organization. To the end that there May he Unity purpose and Early action it is suggested that the 27th Day april next which will he the sixty fifth anniversary the birth our departed Comrade every Post the grand army the Republic at some convenient hour assemble either singly in Union with other posts and inviting their fellow citizens to meet with them hold a least patriotism and thereupon solicit and receive for the purposes the memorial such contributions As grateful memory and abiding affection May put it in the heart each to give. If such exercises that Day shall result in its Observance each succeeding year thus placing beside the name Washington the founder that Grant the preserver the Republic for annual remembrance by All his fellow citizens the grand army will have performed yet another service for their own generation and for those yet to come it is recommended that preparations for due and successful Observance the Day named he at once entered upon without awaiting receipt formal orders. A a All sums collected will he transmitted through department Headquarters to quartermaster general John Taylor no. 218 Walnut Street Philadelphia pa., to he placed special Deposit with the funds already hand for this woman a views. The w. T. U. Of Emporia Kansas walked to the City clerks office in a body and were registered. There were ninety them mrs. J. T. Gilbert Milwaukee has offered to give that City a copy miss Anne Whitney a statue Leif Ericsson the Norse explorer. Mrs. Rosenberg the Treasury department at Washington is one the Best counterfeit detectives in the world. She gets $1,800 a year. Isabella y. Price California has been called to Tokio Japan to establish a school Domestic science. Her pupils will he ladies the highest rank. The lutherans arc about to introduce into this country an order Deaconesses. John i. La Ekemen Philadel a Plizia has Given $1,000,000 to establish a j German Hospital in that City in which these Deaconesses shall he employ a de and a school for their education. Mrs. Lain Adris a charitable new York woman has started in the lower wards the Eity a number Booths where hot meals Are sold for one cent. The Yare abundantly patronized. She began i about three months ago and is now i running nine Booths within gunshot the Postof lice. The woman suffrage movement Evi j Dently stands in this position when the voters the Commonwealth Are j satisfied that the women wish to vote and will with general assent accept the duties the voter they will receive that Trust. Advertiser. In other words when women have i proved to the satisfaction the a it Leer Tiser that they have Learned to swim dry land they will he permitted to go into the woman s journal. Grand jury april 19, 1887. Samk. Township. 1�?julius 2�?josepn s 3�?benjamin 4�?s j 5�?goodenon 6�?John f Cahill. A a 7�?janies Perdue. A a 8�?w s 9 Jacob 10�?11 c 11 David 12 a Illiam 18�?David 14�?joseph l log Daniel Petit jury May 17, 1887. Market reports Kami. Township. 1�?emanuel Lensel. To Shin 2�?Jacob Gebhart. Bucks 3�?Henry link. Lawrence 4�?u�?Tilliam d Mckeever. Mill 5�?Jacob 11 Sliffe. Sugarcreek 6�?h g Little. Oxford 7�?1�?~ h Kuhn. York 8�?august Kuhn. Vork 9�?George Limbaugh. Goshen 10�?Louis Zimmerman. Lawrence 11�?s b Simmons. Mill 12�?David Brown. A 13�?w a Jones. Oxford 14�?Thomas Laughead. Oxford 15�?Henry Wassum . Auburn 16�?William b Yyi matters. Mill 17�?James Rainsberger. Fairfield 18�?joseph Caples. Mill 19�?George Metzgar. York 20�?David Murray. Dover a it other Art craze. Francis e. Willard in an article in the n. V. Independent a a our coming politics a says we find that two thirds the Knight labor believe in outlawing the Saloon and emancipating women. We find that two thirds the Temperance forces sympathize strongly with the labor and the woman movements and it is less than their due to admit that two thirds those who Are devoted to the cause woman a enfranchisement favor both labor in its struggles for emancipation and the Temperance Reform in its tight for a Clear brain. If now the unconvinced one third in each these three armies can he reached we have an undoubted majority the people standing in Battle array to Light with a the guns that Are ballots and the bullets that Are ideas for the new America. Kilkenny arguments. I put them against each other and let them set tie it As the a a Rilke my cats a did woman suffrage is unwise because it will undermine the foundation government. Woman suffrage is wrong because it will cause dissensions in Many households. Women Are too emotional to endure the excitement politics. Woman is too Good to he mixed up in politics. Goo d will not women vote. Woman suffrage is useless because it will have no Power to change existing conditions. Woman suffrage is need less because women will simply vote As their husbands fathers do. Women will he found utterly indifferent to political questions. A Omen will be found even More open to bribery and personal influence than men. Titis measure will impose an unjust Burden upon Many conscientious women who do not wish to vote hut will feel it their duty to do so. The latest Art work among ladies is known As the a a French Graze a for decorating China glassware Etc. It is something entirely new and is both profitable and fascinating. It is very popular in new York Boston and other Eastern cities. To ladies desiring to learn the Art we will Send an elegant China plaque size 18 inches handsomely decorated for a Model together with Box material 100 coloured designs assorted in Flowers animals soldiers land scapes Etc., Complete with full instructions upon receipt Only $1.00. The plaque alone is Worth More than the amount charged. To every lady ordering this outfit who encloses the address five other ladies interested in Art matters to whom we can mail our new catalogue Art goods we will enclose extra and without charge an imitation hand painted brass pm acute. Instruction Hook in painting 16 coloured pictures Etc., Only 15c. Embroidery silk Best Quality All j colors 80c per 100 skeins. Tinsel braid Gold Silver for Art embroidery and Needle work Large Hall Only 15c. Mac rame Cord White 50c per la any color 60c per la. Other goods at equally Low prices. Address the Empire news go., Syracuse new York. 10w8 ladies guide to fancy Vork. We clip the following paragraph from the Cincinnati enquirer late Date and our Home readers know it to be a deserved compliment. Or. Crites has been True to the trusts devolving upon him and has represented this county and this District with much More than Ordinary intelligence and integrity. Ii is Worth As a worker has been appreciated by his fellow members and manifested by placing him for six years upon the finance committee one the most responsible in either Branch the legislature. Senator crites is one the most Active business men the Senate. He is constant in his attendance upon its deliberations. Indeed he seem to live under the dome the Capitol. He is in the chamber sunday he is there when you leave in the evening and is the first Man you see when you come to your desk in the morning. If there is any truth in the maxium that the Early Bird catches the worm the Tus carwash senator must have a Large invoice hand. Is is the finance committee where there is a great Deal work to do but he seems to like it. He is industrious and painstaking As the representative the eighteenth District. To be a first class Democrat a Man must be a gentleman at All times and that is what senator crites is. He served two terms in the House and made an excellent record. This is his first term in the Senate and he will therefore Valley reporter Wilkin s docile Steed. The Ohio congressman has an Advent. Turk with a horse. Washington d. C., april 4. Hon. Beriah Vilkins had a horse. He brought him from Uhrichsville and lie was called he some the a Tuscarawas at the time the Purchase . Wilkins had been quietly advised that the horse had a latent Streak cuss Edness running through him hut the caution was unheeded. Or. Wilkins is a connoisseur horse flesh and has some individual theories about driving and other proper methods treating an animal. Yesterday he went driving with mrs. Yyi Wilkins. He was praising the gentleness the horse and observing that he intended to permit mrs. Vilkins to drive him alone whenever she chose. Suddenly along the Road which Here was seven Miles out the City came a Troup flying bicycles. One the machines was a Clicker and the noise frightened the docile horse and away he went. Both occupants the buggy were soon spilled out into a Ravine. Mrs. Vilkins escaped unhurt hut was nervously prostrated. The congressman alighted upon his head and neck hut was entirely uninjured except a Bright Pink Bruise appears his forehead like a Strawberry Mark. The horse plunged lip and Down embankments and gullies until he thoroughly distributed the buggy and reached the City Over an hour before his owner and former admirer. A few pieces the vehicle Are at a Carriage dealer. A woman a tact. Airs. Lesley in her published recollections her Mother mrs. Lyman gives this instance the elder lady a ingenuity a death had occurred in an Irish family. Everybody crowded to see the body and there was danger that the living might Sufler from their demonstrations regard for the dead. But the mourners were sensitive and to suggest disinfectants would have Given mortal offence. Mrs. Lyman sent Over a plate Chloride Lime covered with Flowers to be placed upon the coffin. Every one was pleased and grateful. No one suspected the sanitary purpose. That woman was Wise enough to vote. Half the Art a statesman consists in the Power to make wholesome measures palatable and to cover necessary reforms with Flowers which shall make them acceptable without destroying their efficiency. Alice Stone Blackwell. This work contains nearly 300 handsome illustrations with instructions for making hundreds Beautiful things either for adorning your Home presents for your friends at a most trifling expense including All kinds fancy work artistic embroideries lace work knitting tatting and net work contains designs for monograms initials tidies Lambre quins ottomans coun terrains rugs Carriage roles brackets Yyi All pockets Yyi Aste paper baskets Yyi Ork boxes Kavork baskets Yyi Ork bags pen vipers hanging baskets. Catchall pin cushions footstools hanker chief boxes Glove boxes card baskets sofa pillows table covers Kavork stands table Scarf screens scrap bags hand bags table Mats toilet Mats lamp Mats lamp shades Pillow Shams Pillow Sham holders curtains toilet stands Slipper gases letter cases has-1 socks Cigar boxes sae hels fancy purses slippers dressing gowns music portfolios knife gases fans Flower trimmings window shades Feather work spatter Aye Ork Leaf photographs and Many other things. It is handsomely bound containing 61 Large 3-Colnmn pages and will let a sent Post paid for Only 3o cents. It is the finest Book fancy work Ever published and every lady interested in household Art should secure a copy at once. Address the Empire news co., 10\v 8 Syracuse n. A ladies look Here new Philadelphia Normal school the Spring term our school will open tuesday april pith 1887. All the common branches will be thoroughly reviewed and Especial attention will in Given to teachers preparing for teaching. Aah a shall have penmanship and bookkeeping by pro. G. Bixler by one his Best graduates geometry trigonometry and latin by prof. J. H. Dood i it. I German by Rev. O. J. Accola classes in higher algebra. Astronomy natural philosophy physiology chemistry botany geology and other higher branches will he organized if desired by a requisite number students. Students from abroad should in hereon monday april 11th, if possible so As to secure Good and cheap boarding places and to be present the next Day during the organization classes and the students literary society. Tuition and boarding Are As cheap Here if not cheaper than elsewhere and our school shall be second to none in Tuscarawas county. For further particulars address John p. Kuhn lock Box 707, new Philadelphia Ohio. Coloured husband White wife. A decision against the Bell. Boston mass., april 4. Judge Colt the United states circuit court sent Down an opinion in the Case the United states is the american Bell Telephone company to test the Validity the Bell Patent denying the motion the defendant for leave to demur to the Bill and also to plead matters in defense. Logan Ohio april 4. A1 Green a coloured Barber this City took out a License Here yesterday to marry a aggie Shorr a comely Young White girl this place. They drove to Nelsonville and were married at six clock this evening. This is the first License the kind Ever issued in this county and makes not a Little stir among the people. The pictures belonging to the late a. T. Stewart sold for Over half a million dollars. One sold As High As $66,000. Times office april 7, flour Patent bbl. Sack. Best family bib. A a Amber sack. A a a a new Proe. Wheat Bushel. Corny new Bushel. Oats new Bushel. Rye Bushel. Butter Pound. Eggs dozen. Buckwheat flour Pound. Hams Pound. Shoulders Pound. Sides Pound. Lard Pound. Tallow Pound. Beef a Pound. Salt Goshen barrel. White Limey barrel. Akron cements barrel. G Vic Ink plaster barrel. Land plaster ton. A a a barrel. Potatoes ajl Bushel new. Dried peaches Bushel. Dried apples Bushel. A a a Pound. Rags Pound. Onions Quot Fri Bushel. Hay ton new. Clover seed Bushel 60,� Timothy seed Bushel. A Voois. Fertilizers ton. 1887. 10 25 45 15 50 78 40 27 66 15� 20 10 03 10 07 07 07 3 07�15 1 15 1 00 1 35 15 5 1 50 30 1 65 1 00 04 01 50 8 00 3 80 2 10 30 35 00 we offer advantages to rash buyers that will never in found in the la Aten path regular Trade. Yyi a buy immense Job lots from bankrupt concerns who Are forced to sell and our prices Are final decisive and crushing. Following we give facts and figures that will not and cannot lie. Ladies elegant Plush hand bags 40c Russia pocket books 28c Worth 75c Alligator specie purses Nickel frames Ball snap Large size 22c ladies two Blade ten knives Shell handle 20c manicure knives for the Finger nails 15c Charm knives 10c a a Gem carpet stretchers the let est 35c Madam Louise hair crimpers 10c baby pins find Gold plated with Cut letters a a b Iby a a a Darling a a a pet a Etc.,20c a pair Worth 50c Stereoscope fancy hoods 4oc Worth a stereoscopic views american foreign comic statuary and actresses 50c per dozen Worth $2 Gilt Edge playing cards 30c a pack Worth 75c Tom thumb playing cards 10c handsome Leatherette photo albums Gilt Edge 25c music i fixes very Fine $1.10 a a Mikado Haigle bracelets latest thing in ladies jew Elery 30c opera Feather fans Cardinal Blue Pink White Bone Sticks 50c Worth $1.25 ladies shears Nickel plated 6 inches 20c coloured photos actresses 10c each 3 for 25c sewing machine Oil let est sperm 3 Large bottles 1 25c Lubing a complexion soap 10c, 3 cakes for 25c Lubing a beautifying powder 12c a cosmetic que for the hair l�?~2c, Lyons tooth powder Large let titles i 15c Petroleum Jelly pomade 3 bottles for 25c Geranium Cologne a new and lasting perfume 30c Worth 75c a stolen kisses a an extra Fine perfume 40c Worth $1 French shoe dressing let est Quality 3 i bottles for 25c. These Are All great bargains. No order filled for less than one Dollar. Handsome Nickel watch locket Chain and Charm All in let Beautiful Satin lined Case Given free with every trial order amounting to Over Jive dollars received during the next 30 Days. As All goods not satisfactory May let a returned you run no risk in sending us a trial order. Address the Empire news co., 10w8 Syracuse n. Y. The Legal Mill. Proceedings. Albert v True is Martha j True divorce granted. Mary e Deary is Isaac Evans James m Burt made defendant with leave to answer april 10. City Bank new Philadelphia is Frederick k Bigler motion set aside verdict jury and Grant new trial sustained. d Woodford is Allen Richardson. Same is f g Collins. Same is William Yyi ingate. Same is Thomas Scott. Same is John l Kennedy. Same is James Mills. Same is Ira Kennedy. Same is Leroy Mcgregor. Same is Vilson Minnis. Same is Martha Minnis. Same is John Bontrager. Same is we Mckee. Same is win Cornes. Same is we Stiller. Same is we Ryan. Same is Grace Williams. Same is Patrick Daugherty. Same is Adam Maughiman. I Woodford is George Kreig. Same is resin spark. Same is Mary d Hindman. Same is Philip ech. Demurrer defendants to the petition the plaintiff in the foregoing Railroad cases overruled exceptions to the ruling noted and defendants leave to answer april 15. Gallic Abbihl is John Erwin demurrer defend it to the first cause action plaintiffs petition overruled defendant to answer april 5. P bakery a sons a go is Thomas Yyi est a w Sampler a go substituted As defendant for Constable Yyi est with leave to answer april 11. John Edie is Mary a Edie demurrer defendant to petition plaintiff overruled defendant to answer in Stanter. John a Baber receiver Lycoming insurance go is b j Yyi Dodd defendants to demur to third cause action sustained defendants amended demur to plaintiffs several causes sustained plaintiff to tile Amend petition april 15. Exceptions John a Hostetler trustee is Joseph j unkind Assignee motion junk ins to quash Appeal from probate court account Appellant failing to file written notice with probate court their intention to Appeal from decision the lower court sustained Appeal dismissed Appellant excepts 30 Days allowed for preparation Bill exceptions. Henry a Kuhn is John Yyi Kuhn Sale confirmed and deed ordered Sherrill ordered to taxis costs Case including attorney fee and to balance to administrator Amelia c Kuhn for payment decedents debts. Edward a badly is will f Burt default judgment for $886.81. Number reported in last synopsis. 890 civil cases commenced from dec. 24 to March 1873 criminal cases added at february term. 27 cases re docketed. 3 993 cases disposed oct. Term �?T85 144 a a a feb. Term �?T86 139 a a a a May term �?T86 133 a a a a oct. Term,�?T86 122 a a a a feb. Term,�?T87 123 a a a had interim. 29 681 3i civil cases remaining calender March 18. 300 criminal cases calender .12 12 civil cases april calender comme Between february 24 and August 5, �?T76. December 12, 1878. Sept. 3, �?T80 and dec. 1, �?T81. April 10, �?T82 and Jin. 12, �?T84. Feb. 1, �?T84 and aug. 19, �?T83. Aug. 28, �?T85, and Jan. 21, �?T87. Feb. 22 �?T87, and March 18, �?T87. Need 1 6 13 19 215 43 300 settled in court. Dismissed in court. Tried to court. Tried to jury. Plea guilty and sentenced Ollied. Tried to jury. Dropped by order court. No Bill. 28 23 25 14 90 12 cases heard preliminary pleading still pending in court. 52 Case completed except confirmation 14 66 if you want any kind Job work done Short notice and at prices that defy Competition Call at the times office

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