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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 25, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday August 25, 1887. Number 35. Official directory. District. St site senator. Common pleas judges. County. Representative., la rebate .1 Edge. Berlah Wilkins Geo. W. Crites j. Hance a a a j s. Pearce. Francis Ankney a. W. Yeagley. ,.u a Vij a Vul s. Ruf j w. K. R. Be i or is deut ing attorney. Clerk. Sheri it. Auditor. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. City. Daniel Korns. James ii. Morroway. Eli Jah Shull. Marshal Philip Metz Wanstreet commissioner John s. Jael miller.1 c. Weity i Council Fletcher Dou Tutti Andrew erwin.1s. Arden. J. F. Wilkins j. Folgert g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. J. G. Neumann s. Rufer lash Benner 0. H. Hoover Ozias Delong it j. Porter l. Krautz Sec a. Youngen. Siim a Bixler. Lenry Deihle j Philip Doerfer. Daniel Krebs s Ltd Milliken. J w now Burg. Jos 11 Hostetler Nieh Montag j s y Renneker. Charles fillers Phiilip a Garvery 0 c Fernsel Daniel Richards Hugh t minis. .1 ii Booth. I la read. John s Spring John w Tolli. David Bivy Meir Samuel c Kli be John Milone. F j it j Reene. Jno a Lytle or. C w Knisley. J r Mill vane. And Timmerman. T j Murphy j Jas Galbraeth. T b Rankin. L a Cornett. W j Lias Kirson l s Mckinney. Wesley m Tracy j Lewis c Zollars t Richardson. J pm s Wagner. J l Baldwin. T k Robinson. J ii Gardner 11 Galbraith Hiram Lehman a Obj to Coruthers Isaac outs. James w Stoutt j thu Wetter William Kinsey 1�?~ h Kuhn 1 justices. Townships. Post Oppici. Auburn. Ragersville. Auburn. Hagersville. Bucks. Baltic. Bucks. Baltic. Clay. Lock no. 17. Clay. Invade Hutton. I Dover. Canal Dover. I Dover. Canal Dover i Dover. Canal Dover. Fairfield. New la Hilado a. 1 Fairfield. Zoar station. Franklin. Strasburg. I Franklin. Strasburg. Doshen. New Philada a. Boshen. New Hilad a. Goshen. New philae a. Osben. New Philada a. I Jefferson. Port Washington Stone Creek. 1 Lawrence. Zoar. I Lawrence. Bolivar. Mill. Uhrichsville. I i 11 Uhrichsville. Mill. Dennison. Oxford. Newcomerstown Oxford. Newcomerstown Perry. Cadwallader. Al Erry. Cadwallader. Kush. Tippecanoe. I Kush. Gnadenhutten. Salem. Port Washington Salem. Port Washington Sandy. Mineral City. Sandy. Mineral City. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Sugar Creek. A Hausvik. Union. Uhrichsville. Union. Leesville. Warren. New Cumberland Warren. New Cumberland Warwick. Tuscarawas. Warwick. Tuscarawas. Washington Albany. J Washington Paoli. Wayne. Dundee. Wayne. Dundee. York. New Philada a. York. Black band. Onal directory. H Omko Pativy. S. R. Breed m. New Philadelphia. 0. Of Ziec and residence on East front Street. 25 j y ct0r Eda Wilhelmi Mclean gynaecologist. Practice limited to diseases of women and children. On Ieie Public Square new Philadelphia 0. 7 1 j. W. Richards x a physician and surgeon. Office and residence. , South Broadway new Philadel Plizia Ohio. 4syl prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. Ltd. Ills song a shaving shampooing and hair dressing parlor in basement under Millers drug store on North Broadway new Philadelphia.0. 48yl John s. Grai Iam attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House on North Broadway. 47yl j h Booth attorney at Law. Notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Camuel Moore attorney at Law. New Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank. Mitchells dental rooms. Graft Mitchell d. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. It 11> Block new Philadelphia 0. Over Alai Jfe a hardware store Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. R Gas and Ether administered Pir diseases of the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1 the c1lsey House new ill i ladelp1iia. Ohio. Alfred Cailey proprietor. The House Lias been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. Ill Church directory. Pre so Yak it a no every sunday at Lon a. And 7 of clock p m. Sunday school at a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. C1i it ist1 every lords Day morn Iii at 10 00 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day of each month. Sunday school at 9 of clock a. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 .i0 a. And 7o�?Tclock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 of clock. G Kim a n itef0rmed.�?preaching every sunday at 1030,. And 2 15 p. M., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday of morning service of each month a missionary concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 of clock. Preaching Sabbath Inoru Ings and evenings. New Philadelphia times. Lodge directory. a son 1c.�?Tuscarawas chapter no. 38, r. A. Al meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. O. P. Taylor h. P. Daniel Gutzman Sec a. Masonic new Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. A a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mcilvane w. G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights of Lodge. No. 73. Meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. W. Duncan k. Of r. And s. R. 0. 0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. T. J. Zellner. N. G. 1. A. , rec. See a. .0.0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stempi Fly n. G. P. Skill rec. Sec a. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday of Eracli month at Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. John i Unn . 1. A. , scribe. Canton i a Caracas no. 35, p. a i. 0. O. Of. Meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall. City Block. I. J. W. Dodd Captain. A. Bippus Secretary. G. 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 Council meets every first and third Friday of cacti month in knights of pythias Hall. A. 1. Min Nick Regent. J. Ii. Of Kicsa Secretary. National Council no 52, m its every second and fourth wednesday of each month at g. R. Hall. K. Kaserman pres. We. Bowers. Cor. Sec a. United every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 of clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. In. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday August 25, 1887 office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 at the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in Advance 81 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 is remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. A i address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Democratic state ticket. For governor Thomas e. Powell of Delaware. For lieutenant governor d. Coolman of Portage. For supreme judges l. R. Critchfield of Homes Long term. Vergil 1. Klein of Cuya hoga Short term. For auditor of state Emil Keiswetter of Franklin. For state treasurer g. W. Harper of Greene. For attorney general William ii. Leeter of Defiance. For Board of Public works Peter Murphy of Butier. Senators�?18th and 19th districts. Ii. Mortley of Coshocton county. A. I. Dorr of Noble county. The Niagara excursion lists have returned. The Young folks had a social dance at Eagle Hall tuesday evening. Thomas pm of Connell has charge the Little Sheet Mill thi9 week. Of the Casino skating rink Lias served its time and is to be torn Down. Misses Lena and Phebe in upheld entertained their Young lady and gentlemen friends wednesday evening. Municipal suffrage has just been granted by parliament to the women householders of Belfast Ireland. Miss Annie Fackler a Sabbath school class of Young ladies Pic Nice out at the Park on tuesday and had a very pleasant time. Miss May Mauk who has been visiting relatives and friends in this City for several weeks returned to her Home in Wooster Friday last. Democratic county convention. The democrats of Tuscarawas county Are requested to meet at the usual places of holding their primary elections in the respective townships and election precincts on Friday september 2nd, 1887, from 3 of clock p. To 6 of clock p.m., except in the precincts of Goshen Mill and Dover townships where the meetings shall be held from 4 of clock p. To 7 o clock p. M., of said Dayan organize said meetings respectively by selecting a chairman and Secretary who shall act As tellers and proceed to choose by ballot delegates to represent said townships and election precincts in the democratic county convention to be held i new Philadelphia Ohio on saturday septan Ber 3rd. 1887, at 10 of clock a. In., to nominate candidates for the following offices and in the following order one representative one probate judge o county treasurer on county recorder one sheriff one clerk of the courts one prosecuting attorney one county commissioner one infirmary director. Also to transact such other business As May properly come before the county convention. Each township and election precinct will be entitled to delegates in the county convention upon the following basis one for every 25 votes and one for every fraction of 13 votes cast for John Mcbride for Secretary of state in november 1888, which will give each township and precinct the number of votes Here stated a Auburn. Bucks. Clay. Dover. Franklin. Fairfield. Goshen precinct no. 1. A a 3v.v. a a 4. Jefferson. Lawrence. Mill Uhrichsville precinct no. 1 2 Dennison a a Newport Oxford. Perry. Rush. Salem. Sandy. Sugar reek. Union. Warren. Warwick. Washington. Wayne. York. A a 3i. 3 8 4 4 10 7 91 3 g a a i 7 5 173 total. The chairman and secretaries of the primary meetings will see that names of delegates chosen Are properly certified to the convention. By order of the democratic county Central committee. T. J. Evans chairman. W. Ii. Watson. Secretary. Candidate announcements. For prosecuting attorney Samuel Moore. Of Goshen township. James g. Patrick. Of Goshen township. For clerk of the courts a. Gribble. Of Goshen township. James a. Meagher. Of Sandy township Samuel m. Mclean of Dover township. F. Reici1enbacii, Wjk a a \ of Wayne township l. Zollars of sugar reek township. William b. Brown. Of Goshen township. Charles Lang Salem township. The teachers Institute that closed on saturday last is said to be the largest and most enthusiastic Ever held in the county and no doubt resulted in much Good to the teachers of the county. There were enrolled 300 teachers and 200 visitors making 500 in All. Instruction was Given by i r. Finley and superintendent Jones of Massillon and other foreign instructors Ami were ably assisted by several of the leading teachers of Tuscarawas county. Or. Findley has been Here three years As instructor at the Institute and has been strongly solicited by the committee to come next year but the or. Thinks they ought to change off next time. The committee have engaged prof. Jones of Massillon for next year. The educational interest of the county is being thoroughly aroused. The citizens Are taking an interest in the institutes which arouses the enthusiasm of the teachers and every teacher feels that it is his duty to attend. At the Institute is the place for the directors to make the acquaintance of the teachers of the county and thus enable them to choose the teacher Best suited to their respective schools and the Best educators. If the teachers of the county would hold one Day institutes at different places throughout the county on saturdays during the Winter season it would result in great Benefit. The various methods of teaching could be discussed and Many difficult and technical problems and questions found in the text books could be disposed of to the advantage of Many especially the Young teachers. We once took great Delight in such meetings. It will soon drive away the timidity clinging to Many teachers and when a visitor Calls at the school room everything will go on with As much composure As though no stranger was present. Let the Good work go on. We would like to hear of the teachers of Tuscarawas county organizing in four or five different communities and then arrange for meetings regularly Over the county. Rev. Phillips will preach next sunday evening from the text a a Wisdom hath budded her House she hath Hen out her seven de. Bailey has lately purchased a Fine blooded three year old horse which he claims to be the Best of its age in the City. De. Is becoming quite a sport. Doctors Anna Broomall and Clara Marshall have been appointed assistant medical examiners by the Penn Mutual life insurance company of Philadelphia. The pipe works have plenty of orders and Are crowded to fill them and experience some difficulty to get cars fast enough to ship their goods and fill orders. A is the popular Boston one Price clothing House comes to the front again with a new Stock of clothing and gents furnishing goods at prices lower than Ever before. Come Early and select your fall and Winter goods. You will find one of the Best milliners the Best goods that can be bought and the Best styles that taste can devise at prices the same As Are sometimes charged you for the most Ordinary at mrs. V. Norton at. A boy by the name of Bush living in the East end of town fell from a wild Cherry tree a distance of 20 or 25 feet a few Days ago receiving internal injuries. Or. Parks has been attending him and reports that he is in a fair Way to recover now. The Boston one Price clothing House surpasses any House in Tuscarawas county in Low prices and a Well selected Stock of goods. New goods Are arriving every Day and we Are bound to Ltd a beat All former prices of this or any other House. Attention comrades of the 13th, 30th, 51st, 52nd, 80th, and 98th regiments V. V. I. There will be a reunion of the above named regiments at Uhrichsville Ohio september 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th. Every member should be present. Excursion rates on the c. L. A w. Ii. K. It is claimed by or. Emerson who had his leg broken on monday by his horse getting frightened that it was caused by a boy sprinkling the Street with the Hose throwing the water too close to the horse. Boys have been taking too much Liberty with the Hose when horses Are passing. The proprietor of the Boston one Price clothing House claims he can undersell any other House in town on hats Caps underwear and clothing of All kinds for men and boys. The reason is be buys in Large lots for Cash and can afford to give the people the Liene fit of his bargains. Call and see while the Stock is Large and new. The new Philadelphia Union school will begin the fall term monday a week. Nineteen teachers Are employed two More than heretofore including the teacher in German. This corps of teachers now occupy every room in the building. The school Board has had water pipes put in the building with a faucet in each Hall and in the basement. Hose can also be attached in ease of fire. Or. Hurst has again been employed As janitor. At at a recent meeting of the stockholders of the Wheeling amp Lake Erie Railroad they decided to extend the Road from its present terminus at Bowers town to the City of Wheeling. They voted an increase of the capital Stock of the company to the amount of $3,-�500,000 for that purpose and an order was made to Issue the Bonds of the company to that amount. They have not decided yet whether they will run the line by Way of h Ope Dale or by Way of Cadiz. As an express train was pasing around a curve at Bayard about five of clock Friday morning last two sleepers left the track on account of the rail turning caused by the great pressure and after bumping along on the ties for 200 Yards one was dashed against some ties on its Side completely wrecking the car and injuring two of the passengers and killing the coloured Porter. It is supposed the Porter jumped from the car before it fell Over and was caught underneath it. On thursday James hummers team which was in charge of a Young Man by the name of we. Neff became frightened at the breaking of the neck Yoke letting one end drop to the ground and ran off the boy clinging to the lines taking North on Broadway. They came in Contact with Clias. Engels Saloon building which threw the boy to the ground cutting his head and lacerating one of his arms but not seriously hurting him. It might have been much worse. Runaways Are becoming quite frequent in town and greater care should be taken to prevent them. It has been reported that i was to leave the City but i take pleasure in saying that i am at my usual place of business and will show you this fall and Winter a Fine line of millinery. Thanking my customers for their patronage in the past we Hope to be fully prepared to serve you better and cheaper than anyone else in the future. Mrs. V. Norton at. Sheriff Bowers has the cages in the jail All full now. John of Brien known As a a Jack the bum a is there on the charge of stabbing with intent to kill John Huntsman on the charge of robbery committed at Dennison Lewis Sanders on the charge of grand larceny Chris Groff and Israel Baker assault and Battery and a Man by the name of Mclean on charge of larceny. This will make a Large criminal term. The new Philadelphia Iron and steel company have put on three turns in their Mill to get out the work promised and Are also building another Sheet Mill on the opposite Side of the muck train from the other Mill which will greatly increase the capacity and give employment to about 120 More men. They have orders in abundance. This company have been highly complimented on the Quality of Iron manufactured in their Mill. Subscribe for the times and the dec to an eight Page 5g column paper Replete with fresh and sparkling stories sketches of Romance and incidents of interest from real life Mirthful miscellany and the Cream of literary currency in both poetry and prose. The times and the Echo one year for $1.65, including your Choice of one Book from the lao list of Premium books which will be mailed free Post paid to the subscribers address anywhere in the United states. The Book list will appear next week. This Chance is extended to any subscriber who will renew his subscription within thirty Days. The Young ladies working society the lutheran Church assisted by some of the Best Talent of this City and canal Dover will give a concert Friday evening of this week at Eagle Hall consisting of vocal and instrumental Visic and recitations. The comic Sunflower chorus and Chestnut Medley will be presented for the first time and the entirely new and Well tuned human Melodeon or human phone will Render old Antioch without one discord. This piece alone is Worth the Money. Come All and hear the Best thing of the season admission 25 cents children 15 cents. In this Issue will be found the advertisement of the justly celebrated Weaver organs and pianos manufactured by the Weaver Organ and piano co., whose Large works Are located at York a. Of the instruments this company manufacture no words of Praise can be too Iid. Already several Hundred of these Fine organs have found their Way into the Best families of this and surrounding counties with the most battering results. This company not hav la any agents in this District most generously agree to sell their goods direct to the consumer thus saving him a Large expense which is generally put on goods going through second hands. They will sell for Cash Good notes and on monthly payments. Write for particulars. Ben. Emerson met with a serious Accident on monday which will confine him to his bed for several months. He was driving his milk Wagon out of the Alley Between the Exchange hotel and lout zen heifers drug store when his horse scared at something on the pavement jumped to one Side causing the wheels of his Wagon to strike a Stone in the Alley at the Corner of the hotel upsetting the Wagon and throwing or. Emerson out on the pavement breaking and lacerating his leg below the knee in a fearful manner and otherwise injuring him. Lie was placed upon a cot and carried to his Home on front Street. Smith and Parks were called to adjust the broken limb. At the present writing we do not know the extent of is injuries. Or. Emerson was an upright citizen and has the sympathies of the entire Community. Our real estate column look at our real estate column this week. Several Western farms for Sale or Trade. Will Trade for Good town property in Ohio or Stock of goods. Lands just As represented. These Are Good Grain and Stock farms in a Rich country around the town of Miller Dakota. We have Many other properties for Sale or Trade. Any one wishing to Purchase or Trade will do Well to write us or if you want to buy Western lands in Kansas or Missouri Call on us. We have reliable correspondents in nearly every county. I am a member of the real estate advertising Agency with its head quarters at Kansas City. Nearly All the reliable real estate agents of Kansas Are members and the business is done in a Safe and reliable Way. Any information Given is reliable. Your correspondence is solicited. Sajiw a Moore. Obituary. Mrs. Sarah Brown wife of Daniel Brown deceased died at Mansfield at the residence of her son in Law William Dise August pith of paralysis. She having had her first stroke july 4th, had recovered her usual health and on the evening prior to her death spent her time with the family. Her last rational act was her evening Devotion Reading her Bible. She was a Strong believer in the Christian religion and died in full Faith in her redeemer. Mrs. Brown will be remembered by Many people of new Philadelphia As the family lived Here Many years. She was a kind and devoted Mother and raised a Large family who survive her. Mother Brown was 72 years old having survived her husband three years. They both repose in the cemetery at Mansfield Ohio. A a spirit leave thy House of Clay lingering dust resign thy breath spirit cast thy charms away Dost be thou dissolved in a thus the mighty Savior Speaks while the faithful Christian Dies thus the Bonds of life he Breaks and the ransomed captive personal mention. John Breidenstine Liaa moved to Minerva _ miss Emma Robb left for Union town pa., on monday. Miss Della Snyder is visiting miss Lizzie Brown at Cambridge. Or. H. Sharp Lias returned from Mountain Lake Park my. Miss Kate Miskimmon starts next week for Ada College. Misses Margaret and Wilma Walters spent the Sabbath in Dover. Miss Emma Welty is visiting miss Jennie Bowers of Beaver a. Miss Addie Taylor of Cleveland is the guest of miss Kate Laughead. Miss Minnie Smith of Cleveland is visiting or. A. G. Smith on Broadway. Miss Lizzie Marsh has been visiting miss Minnie Porter of port Washington. Or. Milton formerly of this place but now of Cambridge returned saturday. Coo Albaugh of Canton is visiting friends in new Philadelphia this week. Or. And mrs. Kuhns of the lutheran Church this City Are visiting in Canton. Or. Harry Stewart spent a few Days with Ben Schweitzer of Cleveland last week. Or. A. S. Metzler wife and daughter of Baltic visited the county seat saturday last. _ misses Bessie Hoover and Mamie Criswell have returned from Chautauqua Lake. Or. White of Quincy ills., is visiting friends in this City stopping at the Exchange. _ miss Tell Forbes has returned from a visit to her sister mrs. Charles Johnson of Dennison Mrs. P. Thompson and daughter Kate Are visiting or. George Welty and family. Mrs. Jackson of East front Street who Lias been ill for several Days is recovering. Prof. Mckean of the Navarre schools gave the times office a social Call on saturday last. Or. O. Knisley a two daughters Bell and Helen of Newcomerstown Ohio Are Home for a week. Miss Minnie Painter of cold water Michigan visited her aunt mrs. Alfred Bailey of the Gilsey House the past week. Mrs. S. Moore returned from her visit in Harrison county saturday last accompanied by her sister in Law Melissa Moore. _ miss Georgie Morrison of Cleveland is visiting friends in this City the guest of miss Thersa Lappin. Or. Finley and superintendent Jones of Massillon took Tea with prof. Ray thursday evening last. Mrs. Adam Shriver and daughter Nora Are visiting their son and brother Bird Shriver at Bradford a. Or. J. F. Fox and wife of Newark Ohio Are visiting their daughter mrs. Or. Parks on North Broadway. Mrs. It. Cooke returned Home thursday after a two weeks visit with her aunt mrs. J. It. Kurtz. Miss May Harris after a pleasant visit with her uncles Al. And Chas. Harris has returned to her Home in Niles. Miss May Mclean of Brooklyn n. Y., who has been spending the summer months in our City left for Home tuesday. _ miss Carrie i Loup and miss 1 Lor tense Hine Are visiting friends in Akron Cleveland Mantua Lavenna and Silver Lake. Mrs. H. Of Donnell returned Home sunday accompanied by her granddaughter miss Helen Smith of Uhrichsville. Or. And mrs. General Stambaugh and sister miss Ira Upshaw of Abaline Kansas Are visiting or. S. Of Donnell on East Avenue. Miss Bertie theimer of Alleghany pa., and Fannie Hammond of Wells Ville Are visiting their Friend Ida lout Senheiser on North Broadway. Misses Nan and Inez Johnson of Uhrichsville and miss Adda mengus of Pittsburg spent a few Days with miss Dora and to Holloway this City. The misses Lutie and Lizzie Whissel of Troy who have been visiting miss Kate Welty and Nana Boothe this City left thursday for Sonora and Zanesville. Miss Ella Marsh and miss Emma car Ruthers the former of Boston mass., and the latter of Cleveland who have been visiting miss Edith Dearborn have returned to their Homes. W. A. Vogely who has been attending College at Lebanon Ohio graduated in the scientific course and has returned to his Home in new Philadelphia. He will engage in teaching for the Winter. Quite a number of new Philadelphia a Young folks enjoyed a pleasant evening last wednesday at the residence of or. George Lahmer it being the occasion of miss Ella a sixteenth birthday. All present report an excellent time. For very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per cent interest on investment. Also other desirable lots and properties. John a. Himes new Philadelphia 18tf our Washington letter Washington d. C., August 22d, 1887. Editor Tims a herewith i Send you an analysis of president Cleveland a vetoes of private pension acts and the grounds upon which Adverse action was taken. So much has been said by a Rabid Republican press of the hatred of the president toward the soldiers of the late War embodying the most reckless lying or distortion of facts that i have Felt it a duty due alike to him and to the great democratic party whom he represents to thoroughly examine in detail each and every one of the vetoes As sustained by the official records House and Senate Bills included in vetoes not a 4, 36, 74, 77, 116, 118, 120,123,125,127,133 and 135, were vetoed by the president on the ground that an approval would operate to the disadvantage of the beneficiary widow or Soldier by depriving him of the benefits accruing from the arrears act. In one instance Senate Bill 2269, an act for the Relief of William Dickens from october 15th, 1864, and of Senate Bill no. 1077, for the Relief of Newcomb Parker there has been a saving to the Soldier by president Cleveland a veto of a pension for 22 years 4 months and 13 Days. By careful computation president Cleveland saved to the beneficiaries by the twelve above named vetoes the sum of $15,684.00 More than they could have received under the special acts. Bills not a 4002, 5993, Ami 6257, on the ground that desertion and dishonourable discharge stain the military record of the Soldier the first also on the ground of non dependence. A a Bills not a 150 and 1626, both of dependent fathers were vetoed because the first abandoned his son while said son was a minor and the second because said father abandoned his family in 1859. A a Bills not a 1850,226,2005, s42, 1383,2160, 859,2045, and House Bills not a 2145, 1582, 5997, 6170, 6753, 1816, 7436, 7073, 7222, 576, 6s98, 7703. 7162, 6192, 5306, 5021, 4782, 5414, 2043, 4426, 5394, 5603, 3363, 9106, 5389, 7234 and 6s32 for the Relief of widows and dependants were vetoed on the ground that there was no necessary connection Between the death of the Soldier and his military service and in some cases an entire conceded absence of any proof or presumption however weak of such connection. One applicant admits that prior to her marriage with deceased Soldier she had married another Man whom she could Only say she believed to be dead a see House Bill 1582. A a Bill 183 was vetoed because the president declined to set aside without sufficient cause the limit tation fixed by the Law of 1s76, governing arrears Soldier now receiving a pension of $50 per month. A a Bills not a 2025,7257,473, 6648, 2167, and House Bills 1707 and 927, were vetoed because of the presidents approval of the judgment of the pension Bureau and Secretary of the Interior on Appeal that disability was not incurred in a a time of no. 33, of House Bill for increase because a a the disease of eyes alleged cannot be admitted to be a result of chronic diarrhoea a a see opinion medical reference pension office. The president then adds a a the ingenuity shown in the constant and persistent attacks upon the Treasury is exhibited in bold Relief by this attempt to include a sore eyes among results of chronic a a Bills 1584 and 1797, and House 3624, 7976, 6117, 7298, 6774,7167, 7614, 6718, 524 and 6132, vetoed on the ground that the beneficiaries had claims Many involving arrears pending in the pension Bureau where they Are being properly investigated. A a following Bills were vetoed because the beneficiary was not in the military service of the United states at the time of the Incurrence of the disabilities for which Relief was asked the disability existing prior to enlistment in most cases. In one instance a see Senate Bill 1998, for the Relief of John d. Hamm a the applicant was drafted nearly two years before Incurrence of the disability for which Relief is asked. Senate Bills 2136, 463, 1997, 1290, 1253, 1726, and 1421, and House Bills 124,7108, 1818, 3640, 3304, 1505,1059, 4642, 8556 and 7639. In nearly every instance in this schedule the disability existed prior to enlistment. of the following Bills approve the decision of the pension Bureau that claimants Are now receiving pension commensurate with the degree of disability found to exist on examination of a competent Board of surgeons a House Bills 1471, 3s26,7931,3623, 8336, 5877, 7327, 8002, 1008 and 2210. vetoes of the following Bills approve the decision of the pension Bureau that the evidence was insufficient to establish origin or to connect the disability for which Relief was asked in any manner with the military service. In several cases application was not Ever made to the pension Bureau and in the ease of James c. Chandler the claim was twice rejected by the Bureau because the disability was not shown to be in any Way due to the service. In nearly every ease disability was contracted since the discharge of Soldier Senate Bills 1630, 857, 1441, 789, 327, 1192, 1400 and 1288, and House Butts 1406, 6688, 1990, 4058, 6897, 6266, 3205, 7401, 6372, 2971, 3043, 4797, 3551, 8834, 1768. A a Bills 1584 and 4o02 were vetoed on the ground of Noii depend Ance and in the latter Case also that the charge of desertion stains military record of son. A .�?��?Senate Bill no. 193, was vetoed because the president declined to suspend without sufficient cause the provisions of Law regulating appointment to the army by promotion. A a women authors Are requested to Send a copy of their works to the inter state exposition to be held in Chicago from september 7th to october 22nd, 1887. Donations Are also solicited the proceeds of which will be used to secure municipal woman suffrage in Illinois letters and packages should the addressed to Alice b. Stockham m. D., 159 la Sale Street Chicago. I have for Sale or Trade a Good flouring Mill in the state of Iowa. It is a paying property. Call at the times office for information. Of of general interest. A this country piles up $1,500,000, 000 of wealth yearly. A a club of scientists and linguists has been formed in san Francisco cal., for the study of the vol amp Puk language the invention of a German priest named Schleyer. A the Ohio Dairy and food commission officially states that the stuff sold As California a Orange cider is principally tartaric acid and grape sugar Flavoured with Orange Oil. A a negro living near Calera ala., Jet a Rattlesnake bite him for a Straw hat Worth fifteen cents. He put a Blue Clay poultice on the wound swallowed some plug tobacco and next Day started off for Camp meeting with the new hat slanted Over his left ear. A the Salt River Valley news says a was an evidence of what civilization is doing for the indians we noticed last wednesday in one of our stores the Purchase of an immense wire Bustle by a Young and Giddy Squaw. She was quite particular and finally selected one of the wire arrangements with Blue a the making of Glass is said to have been taught the egyptians by Hermes. P Iny credits its discovery to Syria. It was in use among the romans in the time of Tiberius and excavations at Pompeii show that windows were formed of it prior to a. 70. It is said to have been introduced into eng land by Benedict Biscop Abbot of Weymouth in a. 1. 676. A Deacon Trenton of lanes siding n. Y., was cutting grass when he saw a queer looking reptile about four feet and five inches in length and of a Reddish Brown color. On the tip of its Tail there was a Horn Over a Quarter of a Inch in length. It struck at the Deacon with its Tail. A random blow stunned the reptile however and it was quickly dispatched by a Well aimed rap at the Farmers hands. A a German statistician announces that Marl Lias twice the attraction for lightning which Chalk has and that Sand has nine times and Clay Twenty times As much. Moreover fifty four Oak Trees and fifteen Pine Trees Are struck for every Bench tree that the lightning touches so that if one is caught out in a Thunder storm and must stand under a tree it is better to stand under a Beech tree which is rooted in Chalky ground than anywhere else. A a Young englishman says he is astonished by the number of cigars he sees smoked on the streets in this country. On arrival he was a simply astounded to observe teamsters porters Cabman a Aye even paddlers with hand a arts smoking cigars. In England you know a Man who never smokes any thing Oil the Street but a Cigar is looked upon As an epicure and if he is not a gentleman of lauded property is regarded us a very extravagant a miss Lydia Broward who lives near St. Johns fla., recently adopted a novel scheme for finding an old and shrewd lieu Turkey that had Stolon her nest. When the Turkey came to the House she caught it and tied a piece of Strong Bacon upon one foot. She then watched it carefully until it started for its nest. Then a Good dog was placed on the Trail and guided by the scent soon found the cautious old Turkey three quarters of a mile from the House and in the midst of a dense Grove of palme toes. A Joseph Ellison of Toronto took his two Little boys out in a Small boat the other evening and one Hundred Yards from the Dock one of the boys fell overboard. Ellison a poor swimmer at once jumped in after him and grasped the boy who Clung to his neck dragging him Down. The father shouted for help but the persons on the Dock thought that he was teaching his child How to swim. Finally a boat put out and As it drow near Ellison completely exhausted pushed his boy away from him and gasping a save the boy never mind me a Sank to the Bottom and was drowned. The boy was saved. A Henry Wynn a Middle aged Bachelor who has Long lived in the Northwest recently visited his brother in Owen sound Canada an then decided that he wanted to get married. 11c did no to know a woman in town except ids brother a wife and he offered her fifty acres of land if shed find him a wife. Mrs. Wynn went to work to earn the Money but it was not until her brother in Law was about to Start for his Home that she found a Maiden lady willing to take the chances with Wynn. The two were introduced just As the boat was leaving. A consultation was held the pair were married on the spot mrs. Wynn received the deed for the fifty acres of land and the Bride and Groom steamed away for their Prairie Home. Paternal extravagance. An Over indulgent and recklessly extravagant father was lately heard to say to his son a tender youth of Twenty five six feet three in height a now bub if you la lick in like the smart youngster you Kine when yer a Mill to and Hoe them five acres o taters and Hill up that ten acre lot of onions and grub out that Back lot and Cut yer a her Winters stove Wood an split a thousand rails and Weed the turnip Patch and do a few other Little chores. In a blamed if i wont give you fifty cents to go to the circus with yes i will and if you la Hoe Down the Jimson weeds in that ten Aero lot of seed Corn ill throw in ten cents extry that you Kiu Lay out in Lemmy Nade in peanuts blamed if i done to Dicave n their children have some enjoyment in this . For Sale. Iso acres of land situated within two Miles of new Philadelphia Would he sold As a whole or divided to suit purchasers. 140 acres situated near the town of Strasburg 140 acres situated three and one half Miles from new Philadelphia Ohio. 90 acres with Good buildings and Orchard situated near Uhrichsville Ohio. Nearly All the land in the above tracts Are Good Plain and River Bottom lands. 68 acres Adjoint the town of Pike run and 85 acres situated in Oxford township Tuscarawas county. Also two very desirable building lots on North Broadway new Philadelphia inquire of f. S. Komi attorney at Law. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. 7 28tf for Good second hand four horse Power engine and boiler almost As Good As new including All attach merits. Will sell for $150. A bargain in it. For further particulars inquire at the times office or Call on a. A. Fradenburgh port Washington 40tf transfers of real estate. As compiled in the office of the recorder of or deeds. 1 the separatists of Zoar to w. S. Strong lot 9, Fairfield to. $150. Sheriff Bowers to Charles has Brook 3 acres Goshen to. $360. David c. Whetman to Cathrine a. Harvel lot 24 Mill to. $1000. Abraham Schneider a a to Charles Schneider lot 72�?z Gilmore $210. Andrew Deis to Louis Wendling 5 61-100 acres Dover to. $950. Separatists of Zoar to Chas. A. Bates lots 1, 2, 27, 28, Fairfield to. $275. John a. Hostetler to Callie a. Hostetler part lot 1 Dover $1,320. A. B. Johnson to Geo. Williams lot 1, Uhrichsville $125. A. B. Johnson to t. H. Lollar strip land Dennison $900. Geo. W. Schilling to Mary k. Thorny lot 7, Dover $500. David Sliff to Jacob h. Sliff 10 acres sugar reek to. $850. Sheriff Price to e. P. Jacob part lot 6, Dennison $350. Frank Watson to Uriah a. Horner 24 acres Rush to. $354. We. Campbells a to John Sharp it Al. Part lot 160, new Philadelphia $2,625. The difference. A a boat that was going to Rescue the passengers of the Steamer Champlain which was burned off Charlevoix Michigan a few Days ago met a woman swimming shoreward with a child which she held by its clothing in her Teeth. When the Captain of the rescuing boat offered to take her on Board she told him to hurry to the others As she could take care of herself. She reached the Shore in safety and when another of the shipwrecked passengers was taken from the i amt in an almost Frozen condition she took off her flannel underskirt and wrapped it around him. Her name is miss Mary Wakefield and she lives at this Brave woman has 110 vote but the pugilist who pounds his neighbor to Jelly is a full fledged voter. The difference in the acknowledged rights of the two is that one is a Man the other a woman. Enjoy life. What a Beautiful world we live in nature gives us grandeur of mountains Glens and oceans and thousands of Means of enjoyment. We can desire no better when in perfect health but How often do the majority of people feel like giving it up disheartened discouraged and worn out with disease when there is 110 occasion for this feeling As every Suff Erer can easily obtain satisfactory proof that greens August Flower wifi make them free from disease As when born. Dyspepsia and liver complaint Are the direct causes of seventy live per cent of such maladies As bilious Ness indigestion sick headache Cost Veness nervous prostration dizziness of the head palpitation of the heart and other distressing symptoms. Three doses of August Flower will prove its wonderful effect. Sample bottles 10 cents. Try it. 9yl engine and boiler for Sale a bargain for the Man who is in want of a first Claes engine and boiler. This is one of b w Payne a songs Eureka engines. Has had a ten foot smokestack added to it and is 111 i it a rect running order. Owner is going to move away and has no use for it. The Price of a new engine and boiler Complete 110 stack and no fixtures is $275, but to make a Quick Sale will sell it with the stack and fixtures for $225. I also have a Victor Corn Mill the cheapest and most efficient feed Mill in inc Market especially adapted to grinding Corn and col together also shelled Corn Oats Barley and All other Grain used in feeding St a k. The Price of a new Mill is $50, but this one can be had for $35 with two sets of plates one entirely new. Terms part Down and balance on time. Call at s. Moore a Law office Over citizens National Bank. 37 i have for Sale a Fine Rich level productive farm of 2,250 acres. First and second Bottom land Almut one half cleared and in cultivation balance Good Timber three Miles from the City of Vincennes Indiana Railroad station 011 one Corner and three or four tenant houses on the farm. Gravel Road to the City. Will raise 25 to 35 bushels of wheat and 50 to 80 bushels of Corn to the acre. Good for All grasses or Small Grain. Price $25 per acre. Also several Small farms in same Vicinity at very reasonable prices. For further information Call at the times office. Of greatly excited. Not a few of the citizens of new Philadelphia Piave recently become greatly excited Over the astounding facts that Many of their friends who have been announced by their physicians As incurable and beyond All Hope suffering with that dreaded monster consumption have been completely cured by or. Kings new discovery for consumption the Only remedy that does positively cure All Throat and lung diseases coughs colds asthma and bronchitis. Trial Sittle free at f. A Filer amp songs drug store. Large i bottles $1.00. Wives mothers daughters be your own physician a lady who for years suffered from distressing female complaints weaknesses etc., so common to her sex and had despaired of a cure finally found remedies which Eoina Leuly cured her. Any sufferer can use them and thus cure herself w without the Aid of a physician. Two recipes treatise and full directions free sealed. Address mrs. W. Ii. Holmes 658 Broadway . Name this paper 34yl speaking of woman a labor or. Pow Derly defined the position of the order in favor of absolute Equality Between the sexes the same for the same work whether done by Man or woman. Market reports times office August 25, flour Patent bbl. Sack. Best family bbl. A a Amber sack. A a a a new proc. Wheat Bushel. Corny new Bushel. Oats new Bushel. Rye Bushel. Butter in Pound. Sons a dozen. Buckwheat flour Pound. Hams Pound. Shoulders Pound. Sides Pound. Lard Pound. Tallow Pound. Beef�?4 Pound. Salt Goshen v barrel. White Lime barrel. Akron cements barrel. Calcined plaster barrel. Land plaster ton. Barrel. Potatoes Bushel new. Dried peaches�?%4 Bushel. Kaost Pound. Onions Bushel. Hay ton new. Timothy seed if Bushel. Wool. Fertilizers ton. 1887. $ 5 10 1 25 $ 4 45 1 15 1 50 1 60 27 66 16 @20 12 03 10 08 08 08 3 07@15 1 15 1 00 1 35 2 25 9 00 1 50 60070 1 65 01 75 8 00 2 25 30 35 00 the same old pranks. Women do not often Bear the outright disrespect which underlies Emch expressed opinion in regard to them. But the Marietta College Olio relieves itself and exposes its contempt As follows a a what effect would the admission of co education have 011 the alumni ? an important question and 0110 which we think we can answer. Their love for the old College would depart. It would no longer be the same old place where they had studied the same old books and played the same old pranks. All would let a changed and the loyalty of the alumni along with the this burst was called out by a hint of the Advance in favor of co education. In reply the Advance says a nevertheless we will venture to guess that the alumni of that excellent College who May have played the same old pranks a Are not quite so Daft As that comes to. We confess we had thought of the a same old pranks argument before but come to think of it it is As valid an argument As we Remmel it or to have heard in favor of the policy of excluding Young women from our richly endowed colleges. Next we know the aforesaid alumni will be playing the a same old pranks in attempting to exclude women from the Home. Thu a same old pranks have been played Over and Over again in China India and indeed in All Barbaric society from time immemorial. But thank god in the higher institutions of learning in America they will sometime get played one of the a old pranks has Len the pretence that the Standard of co Liege requirement would have to be lowered if women were admitted to adapt it to the feebler capacity of women. But just now comes the fact that at the Cambridge England examinations miss a. F. Ramsey of Girton College has made a most Brilliant record. She has beaten All the male students in the great classical Tripos she let eing the Only one of either sex to pass in the first division thus being practically the senior classic of the year at Cambridge. iss Ramsey is Only Twenty years old. Miss e. Hervey of Newnham gained a similar place of Honor in the Media Val language Tripos. A few years ago Cornell offered prizes for greek and latin. The greek prize was won by miss Thomas a daughter of or. Marry f. Thomas of Richmond Indiana the latin prize was taken miss Mary Ladd now of Chauncy Hall. The testimony is uniform that where co education exists the women students take a Large share of the prizes always easy holding a first rank. This a ing the Case is it not probable that the Olio is moved to the above by a private dread of being surpassed by women students ? when women were admitted to medical degrees 111 Loudon University one of the men doctors said that a a it women were admitted his diploma which had Cost him a great Deal would not be Worth a Penny to is something Akiu to this the matter with the Olio 1 Bui whether it is or not matters Little to women. Co education has come to them and they arc equal to it. If any alumni Are unable to in a a Loyal when women have equal opportunities for education the trouble is in the alumni. Lucy Stone. Wonderful cures. W. I. I Loytty co., wholesale and retail druggists of Rome <ia., say we have Len Selling or. Kings new discovery electric bitters and buckle no a Arnica Salve for two years. Have never handled remedies that sell As Well be give such Universal satisfaction. There have Lka in some wonderful cures effected by these medicines in this City. Several cases of pronounced consumption have been entirely cured by use of i few bottles of or. Kings new discovery taken in connection with electric bitters. Be guarantee them always. Sold by f. U. Wilder it son. Unclaimed letters. The following list of unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Postoff Iee August 23, 1ss7 Thos. Bowers Louis Schweig Hiemer Robert Pierce George Schwann w. H. Jones Richard i user John a. Grimes Louise Gribble Mary Hannon and Muni Kre Seviour. E. P. Dog Kif p. For Good farm�?107j acres lying about two Miles West of Beech City in Goirl condition 20 acres Timber log House Good barn Good Spring at the House and water in every Field. School House 011 Corner of land. Land lies rolling. Will take $60 per acre $2,500 Down and the remainder in payments. For further information Call at the Law office of same i. Moore. I have several tracts of excellent land in Dakota that i am authorized to sell or Trade. Will Trade for real estate in Ohio or for a Stock of goods of any kind. Now is a Chance for bargains. This land is Good and title Good and will increase rapidly in value. You can get a Fine Prai in farm cheap. For further information Call at the times office. Of

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