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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - April 28, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio Jew Philadelphia Rimes. Volume ii. New ., thursday april 28, 1887. Number is official directory. District. Congress. State senator. Common pleas judges. County. Representative. La a it Bate j Edge. Or see Ting attorney. Clerk. Silent. Auditor. Treasurer. Ii.eoiuer.-. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. City. Daniel Korns. James it. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. C. C. Welly. Fletcher do it Hilt. Ii. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. S. Ski Felter. Berloli mulleins Aiea. W. Crites j. C. Hance a. S. Pearce Francis Ankney j. W. Y Cag Ley j. F. Wilkins j. C. Figert j. W. Dowers John w. Kinsey Jolt a Meyers. A. G. Neumann i s. Ruler w. K. Lash r. Renner La. Hoover Ozias Delong j. M. Porter l. Krantz Sec mayor clerk marshal it commissioner new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. War in Paulding county. Thursday april 28, 1887. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Council game Warden. Population new Philadelphia 4,000 a the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in advance.00 if not paid within six months. I 50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Is address All matter intended for publication to the editor. Names. Justices. Townships i Post office. Laws newspapers. Daniel Krebs Alay. James w Stout Wayne. George dear Perry. Isaac couts Washington i Leary Dei Hie t Richardson. Sugarcreek. In g Galbraith. Warwick. T in Robinson. Philip a Garver Franklin. John Smith jus John Milone i a ii. Daniel Michaels Goshen. A a d Rankin j Rush. Is Winseth Clay. And Timmerman. Perry. S v Ken Licker Fairfield. L s Mckinney. Sandy. Win e deck Loshen. Samuel c k ii be. Lawrence. J la Gardner Warren. Hoist ooruthers1 Washington John Wetter Wayne. William Kinsey i York. Philip . To Stocker Salem. T h Mozena Mill. Joseph Lealea j Mill Ollas Davis Oxford. C 0 Fern Sci Franklin. Levi Ira vis Auburn. I w Newburg i Dover Jos ii Hostetter Dover j Nich 1 Dover. Wesley m Tracy i Sandy. A. Youngen Auburn. Iii nun Bellman. In Arwick. David Breymeir Lawrence. Lewis c Zollars. Sugar Creek. L a Cornett Salem. John s Spring. Jefferson. Charlesll filers Fairfield. John w Dom Jefferson. Hugh t Minnis. Goshen. C w Kinsley Oxford. P la Kuhn Ork. M s Ilion. J i Union. Lock no. It. I Milden. It Cadwallader. Paoli. Baltic. Stinesville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. New Philada a. Ii Naden Hytten. Gnadenhutten. Cadwallader. New pm Iliad a. Mineral City. New Iii lady a. Bolivar. New Cumberland i Albany. Dundee. New Philada a. Baltic. Port Washington Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomerstown Strasburg. Ragersville. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City. Ragersville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Slanesville. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. New Philada a. Newcomerstown Black band. Uhrichsville. Leesville. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary Are considered As wishing to j continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and make use it whether he has ordered it not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. Of subscribers move to other places without n for Ming the publishers and tile paper is sent to the former direction they Are held responsible notice should always be Given removal. If subscribers refuse neglect to take papers from tile office place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they set tie Bills and give notice to discontinue. The in Allenbaugh Monument. Trouble Bas been brewing in Paulding county Ever since he legislature decided that the Reservoir and feeder to the Wabash and Erie canal must not he destroyed. The citizen in the Vicinity the Reservoir Are determined that they must be destroyed Law no Law i repairs were about to be begun under the direction the state Board Public works when tuesday night last about ten clock Dou masked men disarmed the guards who had been placed there to guard the works and compelled them to follow them and then they proceeded to blow up the locks with dynamite burning tin lock tenders House and completely destroyed the Reservoir. The governor was informed by Telegram what had been done anti in immediately dispatched Gen. A Xii be with too men to the scene. Citizens along the line Are still at work tearing out Banks. They claim that the canal is converting Good land into swamps that is causing sickness. Three companies have since been ordered to the scene and great excitement prevails Aud bloodshed May Tol Low. Governor Foroker has issued his proclamation ordering the to disperse. Personal mention. Della Milar is in Lorain visiting her brother. Or. A. M. Beers gave our City a Call. Monday last. Married. Joseph Loeb Uhrichsville was in town this week. Or. Rudy Garber Strasburg was in town monday. John i j. Kennedy has returned from Cavichi to Kansas. Or. Frank Zullner returned from new York thursday last. Hon. George a. Crites canal Dover was in town monday last. Or. Fred Arn Lamar mo., is Home for a few Days recruiting his health. Miss Clara Custer leaves for Delaware this week to visit miss Marie Julien. Professional directory. Pm Tor Eda Wilhelmi i lean gynaecologist. Practice limited to diseases women and children. Office Public Square new Philadelphia 0. It j. T. , ,. G Warburton . I hrs. Mclean a Warburton. Physicians and surgeons. Office and residence Public Square new la Lnu phia it Olio. A y j. A. I hards physician and surgeon. Office r up Deuce no. Pm South Broadway a a Philadelphia Ohio. 48yl prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. 0 Itice Over citizens National rank new i Lula Clel Puiia Ohio. Old. Hissong a shaving. Shampooing and hair dressing parlor in basement under Millers i Rug store North Broadway. New . 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. 2_ j la Booth attorney at Law notary Public Aud vey Aneer. Special attention paid to collections executors administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House nor ii Broadway. 4�?~yl s ameel re 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 Over citizens National Bank. Mitchells dental rooms. Grant Mitchell d. D. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. It Ity Uio Ltd sew Philadelphia I our Raith s hardware store Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. T Gas and Ether administered. T diseases the Mouth and Teeth a specially. I the Gilsey House the unveiling the Kaldenbaugh Monument will take place in our Beautiful City the 19th May. New Philadelphia must yet her Best loot Foremost that Day and be prepared to meet with a kind greeting the old soldiers who faced the storm Battle and make them fed i Welcome. Also he prepared to furnish lodging Tor the thousands that will be present that Day. Our hotels will not be Able to accommodate the one tenth the guests. J and it would be a shame to have it said that people could get nothing to eat and had to go away hungry. This will be the most important occasion new Philadelphia has lid for Many years. The committee went to Cleveland and arranged with the c. L. Amp a Connot ton Valley and c. A p. Railroad to run trains at half rates. And there will be special trains from Lorain Bridgeport Akron Canton Coshocton and Ravenna that Day. The posts Tuscarawas and adjoining counties Are All invited. Major Mckinley Canton will make the presentation speech and the lion. John a. Bingham Cadiz will make the closing speech. Tile dedication ceremony will be conducted by the department commander under the auspices Andrew Crawford Post no. The new Philadelphia. Hun. Stanley Mathews Hon. John Sherman general Phil. Sheridan and several other Dis anguished personages have been invited to attend. The unveiling the Monument will take place at i clock p. In among the bands music to be present will he the battalion band from Canton which will accompany the Canton Bat Tallion and the Dennison port Washington and various other bands that will accompany the different posts. Also our own Good band will swell the list. There will be no end to the music. The new Philadelphia Post will be prepared to furnish refreshments at the Casino rink the proceeds to go to the Benefit tile soldiers. We Hope the boys will be liberally patronized. This will be a gala Day flt for new Philadelphia and we must give the Brave boys a Hearty Welcome and help them to rejoice Over past achievements and to commemorate the kind act the deceased Comrade major Kaldenbaugh. May this Monument Ever Point upward with the Sentinel guard watching Over the Brave boys who gave their lives that the Union might live. Now is the time for the citizens new Philadelphia to show their generosity by decorating the town and bid everybody at Figle Hall monday night . Recd commenced a course lectures physiology Hageme and the Laws health. 11 is lectures thus far have been Well attended by our Best people and no one should miss this Chance securing so much useful information at slight expense. Next to moral training in Light ment physical science and Laws nature Are demanded. A better knowledge the human system its machinery and requirements would save endless trouble to the human family. Or. Reed gave a general lecture monday evening Anatomy especially dwelling the lungs and Elferts various disorders tuesday night he talked what we should eat and How rituals should be cooked showing tile relative value foods time to digest Etc. Last night he talked about the human ear causes and cure deafness Etc. The anatomical specimens and paintings shown Are the Best private collection in this country. Or. J. J. Rennecker Ragersville gave tile times office a social Call yesterday. Miss Hallie Donnell left for Louisville Kentucky wednesday for an extended visit. Or. De. Brown who has been in the far West for the past two years has returned Home. Rittenhouse Danforth. A by Rev. Kuhns at the parsonage tuesday evening air. Frank n. Rittenhouse and miss Nellie Danforth. The newly wedded couple will reside in Marietta Ohio. Miss Danforth was an attache the advocate office and a Good Typo. at the residence the brides parents near Uhrichsville Ohio april 21st, by Rev. M. M. Phillips Rev. In e. Cole and miss A. Brock. Obituaries. Woman a views. Women voting in Kansas. Or. Samuel Taylor Slanesville was in town saturday last and called his son George. Lieutenant Danenhower Arctic Fame committed suicide wednesday last and was buried sunday at Oswego. Miss Carrie Brown Cambridge and miss Lizzie Vernier Salem spent a few Days with miss Nora Gudgeon this City. I. P. Panning a prosperous merchant Gilmore this county gave our office a pleasant Call monday and subscribed for the times. The democratic executive committee met the 21st inst., for the purpose fixing time and place holding the next county convention. Many were in favor a late convention account the election being a month later than heretofore. A motion was made to hold the convention september so and it carried without a dissenting vote. Several candidates were present. Some preferred an earlier convention but All cheerfully accepted the situation without a murmur and concluded to defer the necessary preparation for the political chopping Block for a season. Jacob Horn moved that the next county convention be held at canal Dover and tendered the Hall and music free. New Philadelphia agreed to furnish Hall free also. A vote was then taken with a majority in favor new Philadelphia. Messes. J. T. Evans j. In Reefer Jacob Horn and Samuel Clum members democratic executive committee were Iii town thursday last. Mrs. Jacob Heinz and son Robert have been visiting at the residence her son in Law Julius Dittmar this City and returned to Wellsville monday. A Beautiful hag pole eighty feet High was raised in our Public Square monday evening. It is for decoration Day and the unveiling the Monument services. Or. Lewis heckler Zoar station was in town monday. He brought his son Down to attend prof. Kuhn a school. The professor is a Good in instructor. Sex sheriff Robert Price Dundee died thursday last cancer. Or. Price served Tuscarawas county two terms As sheriff and was an excellent officer. Ile made Many friends while in new Philadelphia. He was a highly respected citizen and Leader Iii society and the Good people Olav Ayne township will miss him very much. He has suffered for some time with that dreaded disease cancer and was not considered so near his last As he proved to be. The cancer had eaten off an artery which soon carried him into eternity. Ile was buried sunday and Many his friends new Philadelphia attended the funeral. He leaves a family grown up children. The people new Philadelphia As Well As Dennison and Uhrichsville were much pained to receive the sad intelligence thursday morning last the death mrs. Ilg. Roberts Minneapolis Minnesota. Mrs. Roberts is the daughter . And mrs. Rum Haugh Dennison. Atter her marriage to . Roberts they resided in new Philadelphia and from new Philadelphia they moved to Minneapolis. It was Iii that City where the Happy couple with a Little daughter resided for the past two years that occurred the sail scene a Happy Home made desolate. About ten Days prior to her death a Little babe was born to them and is yet living but the Mother never recovered from her illness and gradually sunk from nervous prostration and sleeplessness until her death. The husband accompanied by the Little daughter about three years old and Little babe its nurse and mrs Schweitzer brought the deceased to her Home in Dennison saturday last. She was buried in the Uhrichsville cemetery sunday. Mrs. Roberts was a Model Chi Istian lady and none knew her but to love her. Mail Are the friends Iii new Philadelphia who mourn with those the Home Circle the loss one so Noble and so Lovely. Many friends from this place attended the funeral. Or. Roberts is a worthy and kind husband and has the sympathy the entire Community in his bereavement. It is sad indeed to leave a father with two Little children alone in the world hut such arc the scenes in this life. But mrs. Roberts lived for a better world always a shining Light in the Sabbath school and churl. Her whole soul was full religion and now Only transformed to that heavenly Home she always had in View while Earth. Salina Kansas april 6. Yesterday we voted and to Day we Are going about our usual duties in our usual manner. In Salina yesterday the babies dinners and buttons seemed to move in their various orbits undisturbed by the fact that women were voting. Two women had been appointed to serve the election Board Iii each Ward but finding that work would he needed they withdrew from that appointment and got out carriages to bring the women to the polls and they did Good service. There was much enthusiasm among the women and great anxiety to elect their candidate but there was no loudness nothing but the quietest most Ladylike behaviour. It was the unanimous verdict that never had Salina had a More exciting More peaceful election. They walked Rode to the various polling places deposited their ballots and went quietly away. Men stood around looking curiously some with interest some with disgust but no word was spoken to offend the most fastidious. Women Are often subject to jostling and crowding in our Post office but they went to the awful a a polls without encountering anything the kind. Summing it All up we have much reason for rejoicing. Never was so much stress put upon the election Good men. Never before was there so much thought about battering the moral condition our cities. Never were such quiet caucuses and elections. Some the caucuses were held in churches. Think that i in Many cities the women voted almost As numerous by As the men. Many women who failed to Register expressed regret election Day. They found they wanted to help and they wanted to do it with their votes. Altogether Kansas women have carried themselves nobly and by their judicious efforts Lur Good government have brought Many hitherto opposed Over to the woman suffrage Side. Of the Stock objection to woman suffrage that bad women will come to the front Little will henceforth be heard in Kansas. The bad women were neither seen nor heard from except in two cities while the Best women in the land hockey to the polls in All the cities. Many contradictory statements appear in the papers but at last All will simmer Down to the two facts that the women did vote and that their votes represented an Earnest desire to better City government. Laura Johns pres. Kau. F. S. A. Mrs. Mary kilowatt has just passed her eighty ninth birthday and is in excellent health. Unclaimed letters. A the Legal Mill. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office april 26tl1887 James Kelley John bouts her Joseph Burse ii. Jones will Hunter Joseph Douglass Rulef Truax Sherman Collins Mary Taylor Mary k. Wiltz and miss Emma Brown. Al p. Degrief p. M. Bismarck sued for libel. New Philadelphia. Ohio. Welcome Alfred Bailey proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices moderate. Ibis to and from the cars. Good livery Iii connection with the House. Hit Church directory. Presbyter i every sunday at 10 38 a. In. And 7 clock a Ai. Sunday school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting every a wednesday evening. every lords Day morning at 10 00 a. In. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 9 clock a. In. M methodist Episco a i n g e very Sabbath at 10 30 a. In. Anil 7 clock p. In. Day school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting Ved mesday evenings at 7 clock. German Reform every sunday at Kozo a. In. And 2 15 p. In., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at it it. On the first sunday morning service Cadi month concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a m prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching sabbat i mornings and evenings. United every sunday at 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock p. In. I Raver meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. Lodge directory. chapter no. 38, it. A. \ meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. P Tay Lor la. P. Daniel go Tozjian Sec a. M Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f a \ m., meets Friday before full Moon Ai i two weeks g. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights Lodge no. 7 meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W a Eck it c c w. Duncan k. Of it. And s. I 0 Fenew Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Thlu t. J. Zellner. N. G. I. A. Co Tell rec. Sec a. I O. Fax Schoenbrun Lodge. No. 430, meets a Ery monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. C stem1>iifly, n. G. P. Sehl rec. Sec a. I 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each Mouth at Odd Bellows Hall. Cit amp p i. A. Correll scribe. Canton Turc a a was no. 35, p. My a i. 0. O f., meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hail City Block. It. J. A. Dodd Captain. A. Bippus Secretary. Ii a. Crawford Post no. 6, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Daniel Korns commander. It. L. Crouch. Adjutant. Royal Arcanum philos Council meets every first and third Friday each Mouth in knights at pythias Legent. J ii. Officer Secretary. National Council no 52. Meets every second and fourth wednesday 01 each month at to. Userman Prea we. Bowers Cor. Sec a. A distinguished mass meeting was held Iii Cleveland the evening the 26th instant in sympathy with Ireland. I he mayor City officials ministers lawyers business men and citizens All avocations assembled in one vast throng to join Iii a stirring Appeal for Justice to the Down trodden people Ireland and to enter a protest to the coercion Bill that is to Chain Down the last particle Liberty that Ireland enjoys. Mayor Babcock made a stirring speech and Many other distinguished gentlemen were greeted with applause As their oratory rolled Forth Iii behalf poor Ireland. The following Resolution was adopted a a solved by this vast Assembly composed men various creeds and races i hat the legislation contrived by those measures is not Only impolitic but openly antagonistic to rational Freedom a blot civilization a deadly blow to the great character English Liberty and a disgrace to what men Call Anglo Saxon honesty. And because the fraud and forgery and vituperation used As methods by the tory government to effect the passage those infamous measures we Are impelled As american freemen loathing trickery As we hate oppression to Brand As dishonest and dishonourable and in every sense unworthy a government having in its bands the destiny a great nation the whole course lord Salisbury and his associates in dealing with Ireland and her representatives in their constitutional struggle against defective Laws landlord reciprocity and foreign legislation. And As the Only sure and Safe solution Ireland a difficulty with her rulers and As the Means to her happiness and Contentment under the British Crown we Are deeply convinced and further resolve that the policy . Gladstone is Wise and statesmanlike deserving the Praise All who a a love Justice and hate iniquity a and we extend to him our Hearty congratulations and to . Parnell our Earnest sympathy and Promise moral and financial support. Frank a. Zellner son Louis diner has been in attendance at the new York Trade schools and returned Home a few Days ago. We Are pleased to note his Success in his chosen Trade. Frank was one seven in his class that graduated in the plumbing department receiving first Grade. The Sample his work Iii Louis Zellner a show windows fully confirms the degree attainment in that Trade Given him by the five master plumbers new York who were the exam my committee. The diploma lie received will be a recommendation to him wherever he May go and will be the Means securing him employment. Anyone wanting a skilled plumber can rely Frank. Quot we wish him Success. V Good two Story Frame Shingle roof dwelling eight rooms Lur Sale situated West High Street about two and one half squares from Public Square lot 39 x2g i feet Good stable and outbuildings fruit Trees and grapes lot Cistern that holds 300 barrens and Good cellar under the House and House in first class condition. Price j?1,850. Terms�?$3o0 Down and $100 per year at g per cent interest until All is paid which would take 15 years. This is the Best Chance Ever offered in new Philadelphia for a Nice Home you want this bargain you must come soon. Call s. Moore at his Law office for he is agent for it. Albert Senhauser has hired with the Sells Bros to travel with their circus during tills season As Cornet player. He joins them at Zanesville Al. Is an expert in band music. We noticed our streets last week. Major it. A. Allen Anil we learn from the bar graph that lie has left Tor the i Indian territory to make his future Home and probably to engage in the Stock business. Messes. Donald Westchester Zollars Stinesville Reichenbach Dundee and meager Mineral Point All candidates for clerk court were in town thursday last. There Are several other candidates who were not present. _ . Robert Galbraith Trenton gave our office a pleasant Call tuesday. Lie says he is taking All the old merchants Down Low prices having purchased a Job lot hats that he is Selling at half the Price paid elsewhere. Also a Fine lot wallpaper. Call and see. Woman a rights in India. They have a singular method dealing with unfaithful Public officers in India. The postmaster Cahill was found practising forgery and fraud the government. Ile was first called before the Ameer who first gave him a sound beating and then ordered that his Beard be pulled out. Had this penalty prevailed in the i United states what a number barefaced publicans would have been found walking the streets in the Days credit Umb Ilici whisky rings and Star route frauds. Miss cunning from Kentucky is visa ring her sister mrs. Battershell East front Street. Miss cunning was a former resident this county but has been in Kentucky teaching school for some time and Well merits the reputation which she enjoys being among our Best teachers. The car works at Minerva o., burned sunday night last. Canal Dover folks had ii delegation there monday trying to induce the proprietors to move their business to that place. We think this a better and far More convenient Point for them As we have Large shops already built that can be bought cheap for such a purpose. The English amp Dixon Mower and reaper shops Are Well adapted to the manufacture cars. Bowling Green in Wood county is having a Boom from Gas. Nine Large Gas Wells producing 40,000,000 cubic feet per Day. Manufacturers Are Rushing in. Real estate jumping. Governor Forker and Hon. Beriah Wilkin Are among the late purchasers real estate there Home made Happy. A revolution welcomed at last praised by the women and appreciated by the men no More flushed and heated faces no More disappointments Iii the Kitchen the meals Are prepared in perfect order every thing delicious no burning meats and vegetables no More need medicines to cure dyspepsia Kitchen labor made easy the culinary Art revolutionized. All this is brought about by the use the Arnold steam cooker. This cooker is without doubt the Best neatest clean Liest and most effective cooking Utencil Ever invented. We have seen it tested and bought one to save the Good woman vexations from accidental burning meats and vegetables. These Unten ils Are sold by E. Guy agent who is travelling with . J. E. Reed the lecturer physiology. You can Purchase him by calling at Exchange hotel. Fob Good business room with rooms upstairs for family to live in Good location in the thriving Little town port Washington Tuscarawas county. Anyone desiring to engage in merchandising in Saloon business would do Well to go and see William Anderson at port Washington. 18w3. Fun Good thirty horsepower portable saw Mill the Sheidler amp Mcnamar make. Cost $2,700. Has been Iii use five years but has lately been put in the Best order with new fines grate bars Carriage and tracking. In fact the Mill is nearly As Good As new and is Well Worth $1,800 Cash to Day. The owner took it a debt and will sell it for $750. Now is a Chance for a great bargain. For further particulars Call at the times office. Three thousand Rolls new Wall paper arriving this week from the cheapest to the finest hand made goods and at prices cheaper than any old style goods in tile county. Decorations Anil Border to match All Fine goods. Samples sent to a distance with prices. Estimates for churches and Large contracts. Wells drug store 17w3 new Philadelphia Patronize your Home the Nursery Daniel abyss new Philadelphia Ohio you can buy All kinds fruit Trees ornamental Trees slumber Green House plants Flowers and vegetable plants cheap. 11 w8 Wells Oil room Back the drug store is running Over full barrels Oil and varnishes and hundreds kegs Lead. Everybody must be going to paint by the vast preparations made Here. 15 w3 you want a line Wall paper for your parlor it would pay you to inspect the Fine goods coming in this week at Wells drug store. They Are we think the finest Ever brought to new Philadelphia and the prices Are Way Down. 15w3 for very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per cent interest investment. Also other desirable lots and properties. John a. Himes new Philadelphia 18tf miss Fannie Sparks a missionary from India says that pilgrims to the sacred shrines generally travel in Railroad ears now instead foot. Some the cars Are reserved for women. Not Long ago a Man by mistake got into the woman a car. Then arose a frightful hubbub. Every woman jumped a seat and clamoured for the Many a instant removal. At last miss Sparks succeeded in quieting them and the Man got out at the next station the most thoroughly frightened person in the car. The Hindoos Are consistent. They will not let men and women associate together anywhere Iii Public. But where is the consistency americans who let men and women meet in Railroad cars streets stores and lecture hails yet raise a clamor worse than that the terrified ilm Iloo ladies if it is suggested that the same men and women might meet without contamination once a year at the polls. In Leavenworth Kansas at the last election before women voted the whisky party elected its mayor and Council by 1700 majority. This year under woman suffrage the whisky party claims to have elected its mayor by a Bare majority sixteen votes while All the members the Council Are Temperance men. Leavenworth has a Large foreign population and has for years been celebrated for its lawlessness. Every Effort was made by the whisky Alliance to bring out a full vote from the women who sympathize with them. The result shows clearly that even in Large cities and under the most unpromising circumstances the great majority women Are the Side Tempe Rance Law and order. The organs Tho liquor intercut in Kansas declare that decent people Are disgusted with tile results woman suffrage. But we observe that the organs which represent the decent people say just the contrary. The Topeka it Adit Al for instance which has just been unanimously re chosen As the official paper the state says a the municipal elections throughout i the state demonstrate the fact that the women Kansas who participated cast their ballot for Law and Orch r. It is Only a question a Short time before women will enjoy equal suffrage with men. It is a necessity As Well As a right and Good government demands Berlin april 24. The Volks riffing brought an action for libel against Prince Bismarck account an attack upon that paper made by tin Chancellor in a speech in the Reich Stag. The court has just decided that it has no jurisdiction in the matter As tin Prince being a German general is Only amenable to a military tribunal. What True Merit will do. The unprecedented Sale bar tree s German syrup within a few years has astonished the world. It is without doubt the safest and Best remedy Ever discovered for the speedy and effectual cure toughs colds and the severest lung troubles. It acts an entirely different principle from the usual prescriptions Given by physicians As it docs not dry up a cough and leave the disease still in tin system but the contrary removes the cause the trouble heals the parts a fleeced and leaves them in a purely healthy condition. A Buttle kept in the huns for use when the diseases make their App ranch will save doctors Bills and a Long spell serious illness. A trial will convince you these facts. It is positively sold by All druggists Anil general dealers in the land. Price 75 cents Large bottles. 9yl Tho int the Well known journal relates what we should question the truth had it appeared in almost any other paper. I he Story is that in Philadelphia a new York girl was taken to the opera by a Young Man and at tile close the performance was asked to partake some slight refreshment in tile Way supper. She accepted the invitation and at the con delusion the repast was somewhat astonished to see her escort reach for her pocketbook which Lay the table at her Side and coolly pay the Bill out Lier Money. This it is related i quite the custom in Philadelphia which we done to believe. It struck the new York girl however As being very ridiculous and she began to laugh. A a i fear you Are laughing at my expense a said the Young Man. A a let in explain. A a no a sin replied a a i was laughing at my expense in assignment court cases. Thursday april 21. 59. Henrietta Shelar is we Shelar. Friday april 22. 81. Sarah Stahl is John k Stahl. 122. Richard c Jones is Harriett v Jones. 209. J ii Mitchell is Auld a Conger. Saturday april 23. 298. Augustus Wilhelmi is City Bank new Philadelphia. Monday May 9. 3. Thomas Mcbride is Nathan Purcell. 15. Stephen ii Edgar is win Reed. 200 j ii Mitchell is Auld and Conger. 227 j e Middleton is Frank Fleck. 228 Alda j Fleck is Frank Fleck. 298 a Wilhelmi is City Bank. Tuesday May to. Is. Richard c Cotton is Leonard Goodman. 32. Leo w Dawson is has la Whitt More. Wednesday May la. 34. Elizabeth Evans it Martha Mccullough. 42. Nelson c Boa is is James Mccoy Donna Hay. Thursday May 12. 54. Wible Wentz amp co is John Lah Mas. 57. Della m Gilgen is John i Otis. 58. John Markley is George w Meese. Friday May 13. 69. Wible by Enz amp co is Sarah j Bennett it a1. 93. Wolf Lane amp co is George f Stewart it a1. 102. Thomas Thompson is Richard Keffer. Saturday May 14. 141. Vinton Stout amp Vinton is Henry Beek. 144. Arrie Custer is Scott Custer. Igi. Exceptions to account James Mecue administrator. Monday May in. Is. Amanda Kaldenbaugh is Henry r Ripley. 199. John Galbraith is win Barnhill. 219. James Simpson is Elizabeth Simpson. Friday j line j. 52. Adam Maughiman is Isaac Maughiman. Daniel Maughiman is same. Lucinda Maughiman is same. Saturday june 4th. Is Sarah Stahl is John k Stahl. 206 John Edie is Mary a Edie. F it. 255. Ladies guide to fancy work. This work contains nearly 300 handsome illustrations with instructions for making hundreds Beauty Iii 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 counter pains rugs Carriage Robes brackets Wall pockets waste paper baskets work boxes work baskets work bags pen wipers hanging baskets. Catchall pm cushions footstools hanker chief boxes Glove boxes Carli baskets sofa pillows table covers work 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 cases letter cases Hassocks Cigar boxes sachets fancy purses slippers dressing gowns music portfolios knife cases fans Flower trimmings window shades Feather work spatter work Leaf photographs my Many other things. His handsomely bound containing g4 Large 3-column pages and will be sent Post paid for Only 30 cents. It is the finest Book fancy work Ever Pul fished and every lady interested in household Art should secure a copy at i once. Address the Empire news co.,. I lows Syracuse n. Y. Proceedings. Settled. Lewis k Thompson is i j Thompson. Custer amp Rainsberger is the new Philadelphia Iron Aud steel company. Joseph Fredenbur is David Brown. William h Swihart is John i it Otis. John a Hostetler is Leonard Lintner. Disc Issei. Jesse f Lydey is John w Riley. George j Markley Schas Leiden Ger. Arad Barnhill is Robert Barnhill. James Allison is William Rosenberry. Ohio complaint George Ami Frazure is Albert Conger. Mary j Delong is Jefferson Delong. Elizabeth Smith is j w Pryor it a1. J t Donnell is Fletcher Douthitt. Smith a Curtis is a a Bovey amp co. Reymer Brothers is same. M dropped. Samuel Slade is Lovilia Carret a1. Continued. Powell is Ricketts is Andrew j Wilkin. Peter Forney is Edward Forney. Arnold Abbuhl is John Erwin. Katie m Parker is Flora May Saunders. Connelly amp it is new Philadelphia Bis co. Nevada it Terbeek is Phil j Koehler. Same is Frederick Horn. Same is Charles a Schell. Samuel Reece it a1 is Sarah Reece. Ann Meyer is Stephen Buhrer. Alice e Minnis is win Minnis. E a i ilium is Nicholas Winkler. Elmira Slater is Julia e 11 illegal defendant leave to answer i Stanter. Ohio is Worth Mathias and win Seitz Selling to person in habit arraignment waived plea not guilty entered Case assigned for trial May 18. M i Woodford is Allen Richardson. Same is e c Collins. Same is William Willigman. Same is Thomas Scott. Same is John l Kennedy. Same is James Mills. Same is Ira Kennedy. Same is Leroy Mcgregor. Same is Wilson Minnis. Same is Martha Minnis. Same is John bondage. Same is we Mckee. Same is win comes. Same is a in Stiller. Same is m s Vail. Same is will Ryan. Same is Grace Williams. Same us Patrick Daugherty. Same is Adam Maughiman. Same is Geo Kreig. Sami is Stezin Sparks. Same is Henry i Hindman. Same is Philip kick. Plaintiff leave to tile Security for costs Iii each the foregoing cases i Stanter. Woodford receiver is John l Kennedy deft leave to answer May 15. Same is Grace Williams deft leave to answer i Stanter. Same is Philip kick defendant to answer i Stanter. G w Cross is j s Scarborough. Ohio is August Supply keeping open sunday second and third counts dollies by prosecutor arraignment waived and plea guilty entered As to first count tined $10 and costs and one Day in jail. Ohio is August Supply keeping room nol pros entered. J s Bigler is Frederick r Bigler Sale confirmed deed ordered and distribution proceeds. Report grand jury 14 indictments found 3 eases ignored 65 witnesses examined one indictment against two persons for grand larceny and receiving stolen goods Millet Intuit for Selling a nil keeping open sunday one indictment for mauling against two persons 5 indictments for Selling to minors i indictments for Selling within two Miles a fair. Transfers real estate. As come tied Iii la office it if the i a Corder heeds. I Aaron t Miller to Michael Schott lot 62, Slanesville $1,400. Jacob Kratz to Edward Van Behn 3 81-100 acres Warwick township,$1,250. John w Barrett to Henry Larstine part lot 352, by w Philadelphia $150. Win w a it her to Edmund Weber let 2, i giver $850. Della and Simon Gilgen to it Jacob Schwab lot 3, new Philadelphia $2,000. Henry f Burge. To Oliver tourney lot 7. I it her $900. Sheriff Bowers to Onrad Zeiger lot 34, Strasburg $570. Emily a Davy and j Asmo Davy to thus Shannon lot i wolfs station $200. Ladies look Here i Rumor is afloat that president Cleveland will not be a candidate for renomination but is not based Good authority. President Cleveland has conducted his administration honestly economically and in a business Way and can have the endorsement his party if he wants it and the people will stand by him. Prominent business men Cincinnati have held a meeting to take measures to secure for that City both a tier mrs conventions next year. Cincinnati will suit ohioans very Well by so doing. St. Blairsville is asking contributions for Relief those who Are poor and lost their dwellings and All they had in the Tornado last week. Will the people this Vicinity Aid them too ? five ladies Are elected to the City Council in Syracuse Kansas. The boy girl who is a regular newspaper Reader will grow up in intelligence and will use Good language both in speaking and writing even with a limited education. It is news science literature grammar history geography and spelling combined. S. In Chittenden has Given $100,000 to Yale College for a new Library building condition that the Library shall be open to women. In _ and after March 22d, i will have $8,000 to loan for three five years secured by first mortgage Tuscarawas county farms. 9 John a. Dime for the Best Home made buggy Phaeton a Fine Job painting go to Charles Houpt new Philadelphia Ohio. 16w2 done to forget to go to Lehman a five and ten cent store for flags and decorate the 19th. Flags from 3c to 25c per dozen that is cheap. 18w window blinds in endless variety at Wells drug store at All prices also All kinds curtain goods and fixtures. 15\v3 Natchez miss., was visited by a Cyclone the 24th, a roofing houses and blowing Down Many buffing. Damage great but no loss life. Kate Field is a Good horsewoman and very fond Riding. The new Philadelphia steam carpet Washer is in full operation. Carpets called for and delivered. 15w4 w. B. Winch. Charles Houpt Sells the Best factory buggy in town at Low prices. Call and see before buying. 16w2 the French Senate has passed a Law that in cases separation Between husband and wife the wife shall be restored to her civil rights without having in future to recur to the a a authorization her husband. If Tho chamber deputies confirms this action a very serious and humiliating disability will be removed. In a recent address to graduates the Maryland faculty physics col. H. Kyd Douglas said a a a Young physicians first prescription should be for himself a wife to be taken immediately. Doctors must be sober and serious and there is nothing so Likely to make them so As an Early a woman who knows enough to influence her husband to vote right knows enough to vote right herself. The Montana legislature Lias raised the a Page Protection for girls to fifteen years. Mrs. Logan it is said has written a novel describing Washington society. Illinois has raised the age Protection for girls to fourteen years. We Oiler advantages to Cash buyers that will never by found in the beaten path regular Trade. We Liny immense Job lots from bankrupt concerns who Are forced to sell arid our prices Are final decisive Anil crushing. Following we give facts and figures that will not a and cannot in. Ladies elegant Plush hand bags 40c Russia pocket books 28c Worth 75e Alligator specie purses Nickel frames Ball snap Large size 22c ladies two Blade pen knives Shell handle 20c manicure knives for the fingernails 15c Charm knives 10c a a Gem carpet stretchers the Best 35c Madam Louise hair crimpers Loc baby pins find Gold plated with Cut letters a a baby a a a Darling a a a pet a Etc.,20c a pair Worth 50c Stereoscope fancy hoods 40c Worthen 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 boxes very Fine $1.10 a a Mikado Bangle bracelets latest thing in ladies jewry Sui it Pora 1\ Albe r fans Cardinal Blue Pink White Bone Sticks 50o wort i $1.2o ladies shears Nickel plated 6 inches 20c coloured photos actresses 10c each 3 for 25c sewing machine Oil Best sperm 3 Large bottles 25c Lubing a complexion soap 10c, 3 cakes for 25c Lubing a beautifying powder 12c a cosmetic que for the hair 12c, Lyons tooth powder Large bottles 15c Petroleum Jelly pomade 3 bottles for 25c Geranium Cologne a new and lasting perfume 30c Worth 75c a stolen an extra Tine perfume 40c Worth $1 French shoe dressing Best Quality 3 bottle for 25c. These Are All great bargains. No order filled for less than one Dollar. Handsome Nickel watch locket Chain and Charm All in Beautiful Satin lined Case Given free. With every trial order amounting to Over five dollars received during the next 30 Days. As All goods not satisfactory May be returned you run no risk in sending us a trial order. Address the Empire news co., 10w8 Syracuse n. Y. James Evans is j j Mccullough defendant to answer by May pith. George w mss is j s Scarborough defendant to answer i Stanter and file motion for Security for costs plaintiff to give Security May 10th, 1887. Foil/., 8 heres Goshen town hip $30<�?~. German Staley is diaries Walton i plaintiff to file amended answer i Stanter. Geo Bambeck to Henry Butcher lot so Strasburg $015. Jacob Schwab to Della m Gilgen lot 3, new Philadelphia $1,500. Julius it Snyder to Isaac b Wallace lots 6 and 25, Uhrichsville $.�?~>,000. Andrew Deis to Geo ii Hopkins 92-100 acres Dover township $2,4<x. A has w body to same 92-100 acres Dover township $1,200. Julia Peter to Henry Messer part lot 17, Hayne township $1,450. Us if card to a t Herne part lot 3, Uhrichsville $300. Auditor Kinsey to Nancy e Dickinson lot 14, Uhrichsville $3.32. Leo it jollity to has Miller 39 oils and part lot i Auburn township $050. J pm Campli Llos administrator to Flora c Nabor lot 39, new Philadelphia $1,200. J a a Assignee to Christian markups i acres Salem township $3,200. Samuel Foltz to Rudolph Stirk 13 81-100 acres Warwick township,$836.45. Elizabeth and Rudolf Stirk to sum a John p Kulm is John ii Bender plaintiff to file reply by june 1st. Daniel s Wiandt is John l Wilutis parties to Supply lost papers. Excitement in texr.3. Great excitement has been caused in the Vicinity Paris Texas by the remarkable recovery j. L. It orly who was so helpless lie could not turn in lied raise i Bead everybody said he Mary e Deary is Isaac e Evans Guo. Was dying consumption. A trial Bot Quot 0f Kings new dec ovary was w Mulvane made defendant with leave to answer i Stanter same leave to defendant j m Burt. Francis Hammond is Leonard Lintner defendant Lena Lytner to answer i Stanter. Iler Schy i Winger is William l Davis defendant Davis to answer i Stanter. Warren Packard amp co is John a dimes defendant to answer i Stanter. John d Otis is Frederick Gilgen plaintiff to plead to answer Day i. Edward Dodson is Eliza j Sisson plaintiff leave to give Security for costs extended to june i defendant to an j i ser Jun it 19. J Thomas meals is Anna Graham <1 pendent to plead May 15. Anna Graham is Thomas Ai ears plaintiff to Hie petition june i. Charles Erich is i ii troendly plaintiff to file petition i Stanter. Ohio is Watty Watkins Selling to minors arraignment waived plea tit not guilty entered Case assigned for trial May 17. Ohio is Watty Watkins keeping open sunday arraignment waived plea not guilty entered Case assigned Tor trial May 17. Ohio is Watty Watkins Selling to a person in habit arraignment waived plea not guilty entered assigned for trial May 17. Ohio is Worth Mathias and William Wentz. Selling to minor arraignment waived and plea not guilty entered Case assigned for trial May 18. Sent him. Finding Relief he bought a Large bottle and a lox . Kings new life pills by the time he had taken two boxes pills and two bottles the discovery be was Well and bad gained in flesh thirty six pounds. Trial bottles this great discovery for consumption free at f Miller a songs. Large bottles $1. Market reports. Times office april 2s, 1837. Flock Patent bbl. $ 5 to a a a a sack. I 25 a a Best family v bbl. A a Amber sack. A a a new proc. Wheat to Bushel. Corny new re Bushel. Oats new Bushel. Rye Quot a Bushel. Butter a Pound. Fogs dozen. Buckwheat flour a Pound. Ill am a Pound. Shoulders Pound. Sides Quot a Pound. Lard Pound. Tallow 4 Pound. Bee�?"t1 Pound. Salt Goshen barrel. White Lime a barn. Akron Cemen to Quot a i Carrel. Calcined plaster h barrel. Land plaster�?14 ton. A a a a a Juji Barre. Potatoes�?7 4 Bushel new. Dried peaches Bushel. Dried apples Bushel. A a a a a Quot 4 Pound. Rags�?t4 Pound. Onions Bushel. Hay a ton new. Clover seed u Bushel Gou. Timothy seed a Bushel. Wool. Fertilizers ton. $ 4 45 i 15 i 50 to 40 27 go 12016 to 03 to 07 07 3 07@15 i 15 i 00 i 35 9 00 i 50 35040 i 65 1 04 50 8 4 25 2 25 Quot 30 35

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