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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - July 14, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday july 14, 1887. Number 29. Official directory. District. Congress. State senator. Common pleas judges. County. Representative. La a it Bate j Edge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheri if. A Mil Tor. 1 . L. Corner. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Daniel Korns. James 11. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Letzau. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. C. C. Welty. Fletcher Rou Tollitt. 11. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. S. Clatfelter. City. St re Bediali Wilkins Geo. W. Crites i j. C. Hance j. S. Pearce Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins j. C. Figert g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. A. G. Neumann s. Ruler it w. E. Lash r. Benner 0. Ii. Hoover Ozias belong a j. Porter l. mayor .0erk marshal it commissioner .1 Council game Warden. Names. Raniel Krebs. James w Stoutt George Bear. Isaac couts. Henry Deible. T Richardson. R g Galbraith. T k Robinson. Philip a Garver John Smith. Jas Galbraeth. John Milone. Raniel Richards i 11 Rankin. L s Winseth. And Timmerman. S y Renneker. L s Mckinney. Win e Reck. Samuel c Kline. J i Gardner. Robot Coruthers John Wetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerter. To Stocker. T h Mozena. Joseph Lealea _ Clias f Davis. 0 c Fernsel. Levi Travis. J w newly re. Jos i Iio Stetter Nich Mon tag. Wesley m Tracy a. A Yungen. Hiram Echman. David a Breymeir Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett. John s Spring. Charles i Ellers John w Rolli. Itu Gli t Minnis. C w Kinsley. 1 11 Kulin. s Wagner. J l Baldwin. Justices. Townships. Post Ofick. Vclav. Wayne. A Ivory. Washington i Rucks. Sugar Creek. Warwick. I Warren. Franklin. Goshen. 1 Rush. Mill. Goshen. Rush. Clay. I Perry. Fairfield. Sandy. Goshen. Lawrence. J Warren. Washington i Wayne. York. Rucks. Salem. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Franklin. Auburn. Rover. Rover. Dover. Sandy. Auburn. Warwick Lawrence. Sugar Creek. Salem. Jefferson. Fairfield. Jefferson. Goshen. Oxford. York. Union. Union. Lock no. 17. Randeo. Cadwallader. Paoli. Baltic. Shanesville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. New Philada a. Gnadenhutten. Gnadenhutten. Cadwallader. New Philada a. Mineral City. New Philada a. Bolivar. I new Cumberland i Albany. Dundee. New Philada a. Baltic. Port Washington Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomerstown Strasburg. Ragersville. Canal Rover. Canal Rover. Canal Rover. Mineral City. Ragersville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Shanesville. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. New Philada a. Newcomerstown Black band. Uhrichsville. Leesville. New Philadelphia times professional directory. H 0me0pat1iy. S. R. Breed. D. New Philadelphia. 0. Of lace and residence on East front Street. 25 Jyo Tou Era wil11elmi Mclean gynaecologist. 1�?~ractice limited to diseases of women and children. It Dice Public Square new Philadelphia 0. 7 i j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and Resi Lence no. 4fi, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. W Banc is rom in attorney at Law and notary Public. Office it ver citizens National rank new Philadelphia Ohio. 17 r. Ills song a shaving. Shampooing and hair dressing parlor in basement under Millers drug store it a North Broadway new Philadelphia 0. 48yl 011n s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adorning counties. Office up stairs opposite ourt House on North Broadway. Uyl j h Booth attorney at Law notary Public and con Eya Neer. Special attention paid to collections Che tutors. Administrators and guardians a ounts. Office up stairs opposite the court Louse. North Broadway. 47yl 24muel Moore. Attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. U1 professional business entrusted to his care n Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining Nunt is will receive prompt and careful attention office Over citizens National Bank. Mitchell s dental rooms. Grant Mitchell d. D. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. City Block Ned Philadelphia 0. Over Raiffe a hardware store Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. Gas and Ether administered. Ilor diseases of the Mutli and Teeth a specially. 1 the g1lsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey. Proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. Dyl Church directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. In. And 7 of clock p in sunday school at 9 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lords Day morning 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 30 a. In. And 7o�?Tclock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 of clock. German every sunday at 1030a. In. And 2 15 p. M., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday of morning service of each month concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 of clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. Lodge directory. Masonic Tuscarawas chapter no. 38, r. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniel Gutzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, Amp 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. R Beck. C. C. W. Duncan k. Of ii. And s. I. 0.0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hau t. J. Dkl Lnor. N. G. I. A. Correll Alec. Sec a. L O. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. C. Stempi Fly. N. G. P. Skul Letec. Sec a. 1. O. O. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday of each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. John i unix . 1. A. Correll scribe. Canton Tuscarawas no. 35, p. A. I. 0. 0 f., meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall. City Block. R. J. W. Dodd Captain. A. Biumi a Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. 6. Meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Daniel Korns commander. R. L. Crouch. Adjutant. Royal Council meets every first and third Friday of each month in knights of pythias Hall. A. P. Minnick Regent. J. H. Officer Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday of each month at <1. Via Amman. Pre8. Wii. Bowers. Cor. Sec a. United every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 o clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday k school at 9 15 a. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday july 14, 1887. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 a a a the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in advance.$1 of if not paid within six months. 1 50 air remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. Address All matter intended for publication to the editor. Laws of newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use of it whether he has ordered it or not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without forming the publishers and the paper is sent to tie former direction they Are held responsible notice should always be Given of removal. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take papers from the office or place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to discontinue. Candidate announcements. For prosecuting attorney Samuel Moore. Of Goshen township. For clerk of the court Samuel m. Mclean. Of Dover township. For clerk of the court Reichenbach jr., of Wayne township. For clerk of court l. C. Zollars of Sugarcreek township. For clerk of the court William b. Brown of Goshen township. Kings cannot always do As they please. The government of Law Amin islands had become so corrupt that the people of the kingdom resolved to stand it no longer. A revolution was started which so surprised and alarmed the King that he acceded to the demands of the peo Ople. He dismissed his prime minister and All his Cabinet and appointed the ones chosen by the people. A new Constitution is to be adopted to suit the people. A Republic May yet be the outgrowth of the revolution and it was All accomplished without blood shed. There Are other kingdoms that ought to be served likewise. Nepotism proved to be the Bane of the government in this instance As has often been the Case in other governments. Walter m. Gibson son in Law of the King and prime minister was the source of All trouble he having considerable influence Over the King. Perpetuating and keeping in office father sons sons in Law and grandchildren As though a few were born to inherit offices of Trust is a practice that will undermine any party or government and it is right that the people rebel against such practices. A woman in new York City who was supposed to have died of heart disease was taken to the crematory for Crema mation. I r. Hughes president of the crematory association says the casket containing the lady accompanied by tie widower children and other relatives arrived at the crematory the casket was carried into the reception room the lid removed and the mourners took leave of the Corpse and departed. They were preparing the Furnace for cremation when or. Hughes was adjusting his neck tie at a Glass when he heard a voice behind him saying a where am i a turning quickly lie saw the woman sitting upright in her casket staring at him. He took in the situation in a moment and assisted her out and upstairs to a bed room before she fully recovered to recognize where she was. By deception she was made to believe she was visiting in the country. The husband was informed and he came and took her to her Home. It was so ingeniously managed that she did not know of the arrangements for her cremation. The republicans of Harrison county held their convention on the 4th, and nominated w. for prosecuting attorney and judge Lemon was again nominated for probate judge an Oitice he has held for nearly Twenty years. Nothing seems to be in ins Way and the matter of re nominating him has become a habit. Judge Lemon is an exceptional Man in his place Able honest and upright one in whom the bar have implicit Confidence. We see by the report of the convention that each candidate remained in convention until his name was authorized to be withdrawn. Unlike the Rule in Tuscarawas county which is to drop the candidate having the lowest number of a offs. Since president Cleveland has withdrawn his acceptance to visit St. Louis the citizens of that City As Well As the citizens All Over the state have determined to have him visit St. Louis. A delegation from the City and every county in the state will go to Washington to Bear the invitation. The people of the entire United states feel the unjust criticism heaped upon the president and tiie movement to weaken or. Cleveland As a candidate in �?Ts8, will Only strengthen him. Proceedings of the convention in this City july 9. Friends of the condemned anarchists have Given up All Hopes of obtaining a new trial for the Ila Market assassins and Are circulating a petition for the commutation of the death sentence. The Republican convention at Cadiz on the 4th, resolved in favor of re nominating gov. Foraker for govenor of Ohio and in favor of nominating John Sherman for president. The Wool merchants of our City have withdrawn from the Field and Are not buying at present Only at their own prices. A democratic county convention for the purpose of selecting delegates to the state and senatorial conventions was held in new Philadelphia july 9th. The meeting was called to order by a motion to make a. W. Patrick chairman which carried without opposition. Or. Patrick then made quite an enthusiastic speech praising the administration and the president. Hon. William Johnson was chosen vice president. John j. Jurgus was appointed Secretary and John assistant Secretary. A motion was made and carried that in the appointment of All committees that one be selected from each township and precinct to compose such committee. Committees on credentials resolutions and on state and senatorial delegates were appointed and reported As follows the committee on credentials reported that each township was represented in full and no contestants which report was adopted without objection. The committee on resolutions was then called and reported As follows Resh de by the democracy of Tuscarawas county in convention assembled that we most cheerfully and enthusiastically endorse the Wise honest and courageous administration of president Cleveland. Resolved that we endorse and reaffirm the principles of democracy As stated in the platform adopted by the National democratic convention at Chicago in 1884. Resolved that the delegates to the democratic state convention to be held in Cleveland july 20th and 21st, Are hereby instructed to cast the solid vote of the delegation for Hon. Allen g. Thurman the Wise and patriotic statesman and the noblest roman of them All. Resolved that we recognize the eminent ability of Hon. L. K. Critchfield of Holmes county As a Jurist and suggest that he receive the favourable consideration of the delegates appointed to the state convention for supreme j Edge. The committee on senatorial delegation reported eighty seven names As delegates and alternates which after some objection was adopted. There being such a Long list of names we will not give them As the times will not be out until the Day of the senatorial convention thursday. The storm Cloud was now gathering and bid fair to break Forth in All its fury. The committee on state delegation was called and reported to the convention the following names Beriah Wilkin j. C. Johnson w. R. Crater Alonzo Shetler Jonas Bremer j. A. Slingluff John h. Benfer ii. 1l Kef Fer and Parker. For alternates a. A. Buchanan a. W. Patrick s. R. Minnig a. C. Gowdy Jasper Mitchel a. Ii. Brown William Mcconnell John Andreas and John d. Laughead. A. W. Patrick declined and the name of e. C. Lingen substituted. A vote was then taken on the adoption of the report and was declared lost by the chairman. A a a division was then called and the vote by townships asked for. Then it dawned upon the convention that the delegations were not full and two townships were not represented notwithstanding the committees report on credentials. Objection was raised to any one voting but a regularly elected Delegate and who was also present in the convention. This created quite a sensation As it was evident that if that Rule was sustained that the report on state delegation would be lost and would shutout Bucks township too where it was claimed they did not hold a primary meeting. The latest statutes with reference to handing Over a proxy was sent for and a committee appointed to construe the Law with reference to its application to the Case now in hand. Various speeches were made on All sides and the matter was finally compromised by h. B. Kef Fer and Parker of Mill township withdrawing their names and on motion of Beriah Wilkin a. W. Patrick and John Andreas were substituted in place of Keffer and Parker with that amendment the report was adopted. Announcements were then made for senator As follows Eli Benfer of Franklin ii. Ii. Porter of Salem e. C. Lugen of Mill t. B. Ran Ken of Kush and j. A. Buchanan of Goshen. J. A. Buchanan declined saying he was not a candidate. The vote by townships was then called and the same storm Cloud arose As before As to the representation by townships where the delegations were not full and where the townships had no representatives. Music was now in the air and lest some very discordant notes would be piped Forth the a tall Sycamore from Wayne moved to adjourn which motion carried with a whoop and Hurrah the several candidates will wrestle with the matter at Newcomerstown on thursday next. As to the result we Are not Prophet enough to foretell. This convention in its division reminded us of two contending armies measuring their strength and indeed it would be hard to Tell who were the victors. There was but Little else before the convention except to show the strength of the contending forces. We would advise moderation on both sides for republicans Are laughing in their sleeves hoping that a breach will be made in the party and a Good Opp Ortu Unity afforded to run in several Republican officials this fall. Few people recognize the importance of having printed on their envelopes a return card. So Many mistakes Are made in addressing letters that 10,000 dead letters Are received daily at the dead letter office and 10,000 letters Are opened and returned every Day. Last year they found $1,500,000 in Cash drafts and Money orders which depend upon the honesty of the office to be returned to their owners. Get your envelopes printed and if you do not we ant your name on the outside then put the number of your Box on instead. There were Laid in the United states from january 1st to May 31st, 1887, 2,351 Miles of new Railroad track main line. This total has never been equated at this season of the year with the single exception of the year 1882. Natural has been discovered 18 Miles North of Denver Colorado. A bouncing big boy arrived on North Broadway last week. We can prove it by Leroy Mcgregor. Personal mention. Tuesday Forenoon fire Bells were ringing because of a Small fire starting on Schwabas building in the rear of his Saloon. Rev. N. B. Banker of Delaware Ohio will preach in the Baptist Church this City july itch at the usual hour morning and evening. 1 have for Sale or Trade a Good flouring Mill in the state of Iowa paying property. Call at the times office for information. Of the ladies of the Lockport m. E. Church will give an ice Cream festival at their Church j uly 23, for Benefit of the Church. All Are cordially invited. 29 w2 have you heard of the new summer drink called moxie ? they say its wonderful in effect free of All spirits and cures every thing from pimples to paralysis. Or. C. B. Harvey has several Fine Young horses Well bred that Are show ing Speed. They Are handled by or. Hay. Although quite Jyoung they Are Well broke and receive Dally exercise. Any one having Good town property in new Philadelphia canal Dover Uhrichsville or other Good towns in this county that they would like to Trade for Good land in Elk county Kansas will do Well to Call at the times office. The lutheran sunday school will have an excursion to Oak Grove near South Olive thursday. Cars Are chartered bands engaged and fare for round trip g5 cents. This will be an enjoyable occasion. Rudolph Stuckey a barn was struck by lightning on the evening of the 4th, and burned to the ground. Loss $400. Insured in the North British insurance company for $400. The loss we As promptly adjusted by or. E. A. Deardorff agent and paid in full. Last week two rolling Mill men engaged in a Knock out and Hob nailed shoe face kicking Meele at the Gilsey hotel neighbourhood. The fellow who suffered the severe punching and tramping was duly arrested and officers Are after the other fellow. Bolivar was visited by quite a tire on sunday night last burning the Bolivar House and stable owned by or. Lease. Loss $2,800, and also the meat Market of Jacob Renner. Loss $400. Some insurance on All. The fire is supposed to be of incendiary origin. A Little child in canal Dover fell into a Well 38 feet deep last week hut was unhurt. The parents lowered the Well bucket and the child got in and we Hen the bucket was about half Way up it fell out fractured a limb and Cut its head seriously. It climbed into the bucket the second time and was safely landed on top. We Are sorry to learn of the present illness of one of our senatorial delegates to Coshocton or. H. E. Ryan of new Cumberland. Or. Ryan is one of this county a most promising Young men and is fitting himself for the ministerial profession and health permitting he will go to the front proving himself a worthy labourer in this exalted Field. William r Odenbach of this City died on sunday morning last of typhoid fever having been sick about three weeks. He was an honest hard working Man and was esteemed by All who knew him. He leaves a wife two daughters and one son to tread life a weary w a without the support and Sunshine of a husband and father. He was buried on tuesday afternoon w Ith masonic honors. A Young Man by the name of Collins who works at the Goshen Coal mines on tuesday last suffered a Sun stroke from too Long exposure to the suns rays in walking from the mine to his Home. We Are glad to learn that it was not fatal and Hope he May escape serious after effects. Be careful you who work in the Fields not to have Over fed stomachs and heated drinks in the blood these hot Days. Col. J. J. Sullivan National Bank examiner was in town last week making examination of our National Banks. Col. Sullivan is a thorough and efficient officer and our Bankers were most favourably impressed with him. And the colonel found our Banks All right and is not Only favourably impressed with them but also with Cadiz and the country around it. He says the Harrison National Hanking room is the nicest one he has seen in the . At their regular meeting on sunday afternoon Spokane Falls typographical Union no. 193, elected the following officers for the ensuing term n. J. Laumer president. D. W. C. Britt vice president. S. L. Alexander Secretary. E. E. Martin treasurer. J. Edwards sergeant at arms. A review Spokane Falls w. T. Or. N. J. Laumer was at one time Well and favourably known to Newt Philadelphia people and was employed in our office. He is a Good Printer and at one time edited a paper of his own and is Well worthy the Honor bestowed upon him by the Union. Wheat buyers of new Philadelphia Are paying 75 cents per Bushel for wheat both old and new. This seems like a Small Price for we heat and no doubt the Farmer feels that there is no Money in growing wheat at that Price. The immense emigration to the great Western country has brought hundreds of thousands of acres of the Rich Fertile lands into wheat producing territory and thereby so increased the product in the United states that it has glutted the Market. We May not see the Price of wheat Back to $1.00 per Bushel for years. Miss Lelia Kennedy has arrived from the we est and is visiting relatives Here. Kurg Wallace has been at Home for a few Days rust Cating and improving his John a. Wagner and Andrew Deis of canal Dover Are engaged in counting the Cash in the treasurers office. Professor Welty of Madison Ohio spent the past week with his friends and acquaintances in new Philadelphia. E or. Chas. Judy who has been clerking m a hotel in Pittsburg for some time is Home visiting Bis parents this week. Or. James e. Fisher of Columbus was in new Philadelphia on saturday last attending the democratic convention. James can to forget politics. Or. Isaac Helmick of this c Ity is seriously ill with muscular rheumatism. He can scarcely move a limb. It is hoped he will survive the dreadful disease. Mrs. W. Wallace who has been very sick at her songs residence at Independence Kansas we Are pleased to learn is fast improving and will soon be Well As usual. Or. A. J. Schlafly miss Ida sch ally and or. To. Shearer of Goshen Hill and miss Mary Schweitzer of Hummell a Valley spent the 4th with friends in Wayne county g. Or. Fred Kuenzli of new Philadelphia wedded miss Flora Gintz daughter of Philip Gintz on wednesday evening of last week and spent a few Days visiting her sister in Zanesville May their future be a Happy one is our wish. George Campbell administrator of win. Campbell deceased sold at administrators Sale on saturday last the property known As music Hall for the sum of $2,025. It was purchased by John Sharp jr., who will keep it open for Heaters concerts and All Public entertainments. This property was fitted up in Good style As an opera House by win. Campbell at a Cost of about $0,000 including the grounds. Or. Sharp will no doubt net a handsome per cent on his investment. I have for Sale a Fine Rich level productive farm of 2,250 acres. First and second Bottom land Al out one half cleared and in cultivation balance Good Timber three Miles from the City of Vincennes Indiana Railroad station on 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 $25per acre. Also several Small farms in same Vicinity at very reasonable prices. For further information Call at the times office. Of an observer Dow u South says an Alii gators Throat is an animated sewer. Everything which lodges in his open Mouth goes Down. He is a Lazy dog and instead of Hunting for something to eat he lets his victuals Hunt for him. That is he lies with his great Mouth open apparently dead like the Possum. Soon a Bug crawls into it then a Fly then several gnats and a Colony of mosquitoes. The Alligator Dosena to close his Mouth yet. He is waiting for a whole drove of things. He does his eating by wholesale. A Little later a Lizard w ill Cool himself under the Shade of the upper jaw. Then a few frogs will hop up to catch the mosquitoes. Then More mosquitoes and gnats will Light on the frogs. Finally a whole Village of insects and reptiles Settle Down for an afternoon picnic. Then All at once there is an earthquake. The big jaw Falls the Alligator blinks one Eye gulps Down the entire menagerie and opens his great front door again for More . The Captain and two other members of the salvation army were arrested and lodged in the City jail at Wellsville on the evening of july 7th. They had been in the habit of making night hideous with drum and shout on a certain Corner of the Public Square entirely unmolested. But on this particular evening a Medicine vender had paid $2.50 to the City Treasury for the privilege of Selling his drugs and happened to run his Wagon with Torch Light to this particular Corner of the Square and gathered his crowd with Banjo and song. The salvation army Captain and his followers came along and took their position near by and undertook to drown out the Medicine Man with drum and shout. The town officers asked the army Captain to occupy some other Corner of the Square for that evening but no he told the officers that he was As Good As any body and would not go. Some of the crowd got fish horns and tried to drown Down tin drum and shout of the army hut to no Avail. They held out faithfully. The authorities seeing that a riot was pending had the Captain and two of his followers lodged in the cooler and the peace was preserved. A picnic Patry from Brooklyn and Long Island City went in two yachts to an Island in Canarsie Bay on the 11th inst. When on the return the women and children we Ere Crown ded in the boat mystery which set sail for Home ahead of the other boat and the Captain to get Home before the other boat set too much sail and a Gale caught the Little Craft with thirty seven on Board tilted it on its beam ends casting the whole cargo of human freight into the sea. A negro Sailor came to the Rescue with a Small Row boat and saved seven of the number and the other boat which was two Miles in the rear when the Accident occurred came up in time to save five More. All the remainder were drowned. When the boat Dean arrived there were few of the victims afloat. As she neared a woman floating trying to Bear up her Lour year old child a Man on the guards suddenly exclaimed a my god that is my wife a and Dove to her Aid. The woman had already lost her grip on the child and Wras about sinking we Hen he reached her. He had the Choice of saving her or his child and he chose the wife. He and she were soon drawn on Board the boat but the child Sank before their eyes. Teachers Institute. The Tuscarawas county teachers Normal Institute which will be held in the new Philadelphia school building commencing promptly at 9 of clock a. M., monday August 1st, 1887, and continuing three weeks. During the first we Eek instruction will be Given in English by supt. W. Ii. Ray of new Philadelphia in u. S. History by supt. John t. Duff of canal Dover in arithmetic by supt. Chas. Laupert of Dennison in geography by s. R. Boulier of Dundee. The second week suits. Ray Duff and Haupert will continue instruction in their respective subjects a get first week. Miss Nellie Moore of Defiance Ohio will give instruction in elocution and primary we Ork. The third week let a. Samuel Findley of Akron Ohio editor of the Ohio educational monthly will give instruction in geography Reading and civil government. Supt. E. A. Jones of Massillon Ohio state Correa pending Secretary of the Ohio teachers Reading Circle will give instruction in arithmetic u. S. History and the science and Art of education. During the first and second weeks a number of papers will be read by teachers of town and country presenting their methods of school work. Ample time will be Given each Day for general discussion. Socials and popular evening lectures we ill be Given each week. As our Public schools Are a a of the people by the people and for the people a it follows that if teachers and patrons would meet together and have a Mutual understanding of these great educational problems the wants of the people and the Workings of our schools the cause of education would be very greatly advanced and the Money and labor expended in our schools would produce results far above anything we have Ever attained. A cordial invitation is therefore extended to every Patron and official of the schools of Tuscarawas county to meet with us on directors Day thursday August 18. Over thirty of our leading school officials were present last year and we expect Many More this. You will be treated Well and made to feel at Home. Expenses Are lower this year than Ever before. Good boarding and lodging at hotels at 75 cts. Per Day at boarding houses go cents per Day. A a too help for missions. A couple of smart ? Patent Medicine vendors one with Long hair reaching Down on his shoulders and a fierce Black moustache and the other with Long cuffs and a Bellaire Glass factory in the shape of a breast pin came to grief very suddenly on wednesday evening. For the last two or three weeks they have been a a entertaining the people with songs Etc., and made some very improper remarks about certain people in the town and the boys thought they were getting a Little a too consequently about 9 of clock wednesday evening eighteen or Twenty Young men names unknown proceeded to West Uhrichsville to a certain Saloon and told or. Long hair that he was wanted and without much kicking he consented to accompany them. They then Cut the hair on one Side of his head and one half of his moustache off and then brought him Over to town and put a guard Over him. Then they took the other fellow Down to the Creek near the third Street Bridge and told him to walk around in the water up to his neck which he did very graciously after which the boys gave them one half hour to leave town. They packed up and were glad to Sitake the dust of our town from their feet in a hurry. When they were taking their leave the Lions showered them with eggs of Uncertain age. It seems one of the eggs went astray and hit one of the Dennison Barbers in the Mouth. He Spitt egg shells for an hour. The Medicine men were Back in town thursday to get Law but done to think they will get much Law on the subject. The dose should have been Given to them quite a while before As they were entirely too smart. It seems this is not the Only town that found them out new Philadelphia and Massillon giving them an hour to leave. A Dennison paragraph. Bell of Justice. I the following communication was received for publication some time ago but was Misla Yed in our Oitice hence the delay which we regret red. No doubt the majority of the readers of this paper Are interested in the salvation of the Heathen. We know that All who Are actuated by Christian principles Are. They Are consequently interested in the efforts the methodists of the new Philadelphia District Are making to reach their apportionment of the a a million for missions by collections the amount required is $3,295. The new Philadelphia District can and ought to raise tins amount if every one would give something. No one excusing himself on Llie basis of poverty and All give according to the measure of ability the amount raised would lie More than double the amount required. No society is so Small or weak that it can afford to ignore tins cause of god. The poverty and weakness of which Many churches complain is the result of neglecting this cause. A give and it shall be Given unto you a and a a he that Soweto sparingly shall also reap sparingly a has reference to spiritual As Well As temporal Good. Many would be Richer if to stronger in every sense if they were Richer in the Grace of Liber Alty. We have nearly $1,000 More to raise this year than was raised last. Let us stay not in our offerings until we feel that we Are making a sacrifice for this greatest cause that Ever appealed to the hearts of men. Think of the perishing millions crying for help. The doors wide open in All lands. The master saying to All his disciples a a go and teach All nations a and new Philadelphia District respond with 30 cents per Lut Muer let the average he at least 50 Eufis per member this year m. J. 8. Innocent. But hanged. Confession of a dying convict of crime for which three men were swung off they knew nothing of the Case. Chattanooga tenn., july s. The town of Scottsboro ala., is All torn up Over a big sensation which has just come to Light. In August 1884, George Smith George Hughes and As Bury Hughes were hanged for burning a House belonging to one Porter on Sand Mountain. The men were All convicted on the testimony of the Porter woman who swore positively against them. Adam Freeman was sent to the Penitentiary a Short time ago for forging an order for a pair of shoes. Lie took sick a few Days ago and yesterday Jusi before he died called the Penitentiary officials around him and confessed that he had burned the House and the men who had been Hung knew nothing about it. The confession has created a profound sensation. Market reports. Ohio crop and Stock estimates for july 1st. 1887. Times office july 14, 1887. Patent bbl. $ 5 10 sack. Best family bbl. A a Amber sack. A a a a new proc. Wheat Quot it Bushel. Corny new Bushel. Oats new Bushel. Rye Bushel. Butter Pound. Eggs dozen. Buckwheat flour Pound. Iiams Pound. Shoulders Pound. Sides Pound. Lard Pound. Tallow a Pound. Beef Pound. Salt Goshen barrel. White Lime a barrel. Akron a Ementi a barrel. Calcined plaster Quot Jet barrel. Land plaster ton. A a a a a Quot it barrel. Potatoes Bushel new. Dried peaches Bushel. Rags Quot act Pound. Onions Bushel. Hay a ton new. Timothy seed Bushel. Wool. Forti liners a toil. 1 25 $ 4 45 1 15 1 50 75 40 27 00 0@12 12 03 10 07 07 08 o 1 07@15 i 15 1 00 1 35 9 00 1 50 j0<$40 1 05 0l 50 8 00 2 25 33 35 00 our real estate column. Official report of the Ohio state Board of agriculture. The following estimates Are based on returns from township correspondents received up to j uly 0th. Since the j Une report the wheat Prospect has increased 4 per cent., or about 2,000,000 bushels. The total estimated bushels 32,384,000, compared with the average produce for the past seven years Falls Short 4,280,000 bushels and Short of last years crop about 8,000,000 bushels Ler it. 7840 0100 for a Nice sateen in the popular Green in any Grade or a popular Shade it it a a Daisy fan or kids in Tan or an elegant dress at prices less than Ever before in any store go to Fribley amp co�?Ts., new Philadelphia It is a Beautiful Story that in one of the old cities of Italy the King caused a Bell to be Hung in a Tower of one of the Public squares and called it the a a Bell of Justice and commanded that any one who had been wronged to go and ring the Bell and so Call the magistrate of the City and ask and receive Justice. And when in the course of time the lower end of the rope rotted away a wild Vine was tied to it to lengthen it and one Day an old and starving horse that had been abandoned by its owner and turned out to die wandered into the Tower and in trying to eat the Vine rang the let Ell. And the magistrate of the City coming to see who had rung the Bell found the old and starving horse. And he caused the owner of the horse in whose service he had toiled and been worn out to be summoned before him and decreed that As this poor horse had rung the a a Bell of Justice a he should have Justice and that during the remainder of the horses life his owner should provide for him proper food and drink and stable. Basket meeting. There will be a Basket meeting Field in the Grove near the old a a Sherrode a Chapel a at Sherrodsville Ohio sunday August 7th, 1887. Divine services As follows at 9 a. M., speaking meeting and at 10 30 a. M., preaching by one of Ohio a Best pulpit orators Rev. Ii. J. Duckworth editor of Christian witness Canterbury Ohio. Other services will be announced from the stand at the Forenoon services. All Are invited to come bringing your dinners to stay All Day and Praise the lord. Rev. W. Ii. Baker Uhrichsville. A reunion. Look at our real estate column this week. Several Western farms for Sale or Trade. Will Trade for Good town property in Ohio or Stork 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 proper ties for Sale or Trade any Une wishing to Purusha a 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 Ham a Moore. Greatly excited. Not a few of the citizens of new Philadelphia have 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 bottle free at C. Jiller it t songs drugstore. Large bottles $1.00. Wonderful cures. W. I. Hoyt amp co., wholesale and retail druggists of Rome ga., say we have been Selling or. Kings new discovery electric bitters and buckle no a Arnica Salve for two years. Have never handled remedies that sell As Well or give such Universal satisfaction. There have been some wonderful cures effected by these medicines in this City. Several cases of pronounced consumption have Lieen entirely cured by use of a few bottles of or. Kings new discovery taken in connection with electric bit ters. We guarantee them always. Sold by C. A i her amp son. For Sale. 180 acres of land situated within two Miles of new Philadelphia Would be sold As a whole or divided to suit purchasers. 140 acres situated near the town of Strasburg it. 140 acres situated three and one half i Miles from new Philadelphia Ohio. Nearly All the land in the above tracts j Are Good Plain and River Iki Tom lands. I inquire of S. Komi attorney at Law. J office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. 28tf eight thousand Rolls of new Wall paper for the fall Trade. This paper is bought from seven of the leading factories of the country Ami consists of All grades from the cheapest to the finest made. An elegant line of decorations and a Winders. Parties desiring to paper would do Well to Call. Large contracts for store rooms churches Etc. We will give such Low prices As to make it an object to paper a new. Wells drug store 28w3 new Philadelphia Fur Good thirty horse Power portable saw Mill of the Scheidler a Mcnamar make. Cost $2,700. Lias been in use five years but has lately been put in the Best of order with new flues grate bars Carriage and tracking. In fact the Mill is nearly As Good As new and is Well Worth $1,8#0 Cash to Day. The owner took it on a debt and will sell it for $750. Now is a Chance for a great bargain. For further particulars Call at the times office. Unclaimed letters. 97 92 88 92 95 93 90 95 85 wheat condition. Wheat area slowed up. Rye a a a a. Oats a a a a a a corny a a a a. Corny condition. Corny damaged by Cut worm. Corny damaged by White grub. Potatoes area. Potatoes condition. Timothy a a. Pastures a. Hora eat condition. Colts no. Compared with average. Cattle condition. Calves number. Wool clip compared with last five years average. The striking feature of the wheat crop is its unevenness not Only in Dif j Ferent parts of the state but also in j townships. In general we note that the Fiat lands have the highest crop. The Central and North Western counties show Low averages. Scioto county reports 102 Hardin 00. The four counties adjoining Scioto show an average of 88. The seven adjoining Hardin an average of 70. Cuya hoga county shows 99, and its six adjoining counties 80, and these groups May be considered As fairly representing the crop in the Southern Middle and Northern belts. A pamphlet report will lie published by August 10th. It will also contain a Complete report of fertilizers Analysed and licensed to be sold in the state. Correspondents Are requested to promptly return the August figures by the 1st not later. Respectfully l. N. Bonham _ Secretary. Transfers of real estate. For Sale. A Small farm of 08 acres known As the Peter older tract on Pike run adjoining Coal mine no. 2. There Are 95 three dwelling houses on the premises 2 j two Orchards and a school House. Sixty 1 acres cleared and under Good cultivation and Good fences. All in grass. Terms reasonable. Possession can he Given at any time. For particulars Call on S. Komi at times office or William Oliver Pike run. 39tf i As compiled in the Luce of the recorder. Deeds. Christian Miller to Andrew c Miller 121 acres Sugarcreek township $7,900. Lottie m milk sch to Huston b pm Nedy. Lot 25, Gnaden Lytten $145. Charles Cunz to Jacob Miller 20 acres. Clay township $900. Win Baker to Fred Gfeller 18 93-100 acres Wayne township $1,300. For a Corset that fits it it a elegant mitts or prints that wont fade or Hose a regular made for a bargain in crash for bargains for Cash for every thing new and big bargains for you go to Fribley a i�?To�?Ts., new Philadelphia it it. Dentistry a Richardson a amp Vail the practical reliable and responsible dentists of Twenty years experience will perform All mechanical and operative dentistry except Gold filling sat ten per cent less than any of the unexperienced a cheap John dentist quacks carpenters or students who Are advertising work at half Price using the same material used by them. First class work at our usual Price. Office in Exchange Block new Philadelphia Ohio. 20tf our goods Are All new this hint is to you our prices Are right and a tis a very rare sight to see such a Stock As you la find in the Block at Fribley amp co�?Ts., new Philadelphia t it. The property of Henry Faylor deceased at Pike run Tuscarawas county ohm will he sold at Ulicini Strator a Sale on the premises july 10th, 1887. This property consists of a Good dwelling barn and also a Small business Peter san dam to Helen m Mccleary room and will no doubt be sold cheap lots 27 and 29, Newcomerstown $500. Maurice Moody to Samuel Kipp lots 1 and 2, Dennison $1,200. Peter liar lilt to Charles Rodenstine 23 acres Oxford township $500. Janies Deal to Edward 11 Mcgrew lots 40, Sandy vile $350. George f Oliver to Carrie 11 Lewis 10 acres Union township $1,119. Win Jennings to John Lantzer \ acre Wayne township $15. All the teachers students and friends of the new Hagerstown Academy Are cordially invited to attend the Celebration of the half Century a work of the Academy to be held wednesday August 3rd, 1887, commencing at 10 of clock a. Prominent speakers will be present. J. Howard Brown principal. Call at this office for first class printing the following list of unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Postoff Iee july 14, 1887 g. W. Forney b. G. Myers a. T. Myers miss Della Eckert miss Kate Smith and miss Maggie Smith. E. I. Degrief p. On Friday last the supreme court of Ohio decided that John n. Davis appointee of the county commissioners is sheriff of Carroll county under the Law of March 21st, 1887. This of course is conclusive and or. Butler will turn Over the office Cash papers Etc., when the writ of ouster is chronicle. Henry e Lingsau. To David Burky lot 8, new Philadelphia $210. J m Waltz to win j Opp part of lot 483, Goshen township $75. James o Lowde to James c Cross lot 400, Uhrichsville $55. Charlotte e Jackson to Beil Blackwell lot 44s, Uhrichsville $1,525. John 11 Wolf to Wilson Yeisley 31 31-100 acres Bucks township $715. Horace a Deardorff to Laura Ebright lot 17, Dover $750. The trustees m e Church to Milton Armstrong lot 47, Neva it Ort $205. John Schwab to Charles Kreiger 30 perches port Washington $2 h. John Feller to Mary Lorenz 3 gc-100 acres Jefferson township $25o. Charles Miller to Daniel Gribble 50 acres Jefferson township $1,900. Sarah e Lehr to Alvin a Demuth lot 349, Uhrichsville a. The Brock Hill Coal co to walk in Watkins lot 17, Pike run $40. Watkin Watkins to Criswell amp nagely lot 17, Pike run $600. We ii Harding it Al to Geo w Faucett lot 47, Gilmore $75. Charles m Welch it Al to w k Eck Feld lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,11,10,11 and 8, Dennison and Uhrichsville $155. Agnes Welch to John Welch lots 18 and 19, Dennison $550. W k Eck Field to John Welch 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 10 and 8, Dennison and Uhrichsville $250. Henry sch us executor to Peter j Steitz in acres Auburn township $501. John Shepherd or to Ezra Martin 40j acres Oxford township a. The Brock Hill Coal co to Lemuel Herron lots 1 and 2, Pike run $100. Appraised at $725. Terms one third i Cash one third in six months Ami on third in one Vear. 27\v3 for Sale at Mineral Point Ohio two i lots tin rear end of which abuts on tin j c. A p. Railroad in a Good location in i Central part of town. No improve inputs. These lots arc no 9 and 10, Anil arc Good lots for business. Will sell the two for $400 in payments or $350 in j Cash. For further information Call at j s. Moore a Law office new phila., Of a bar of Iron Worth $5, worked into horseshoes is Worth $10.50 made into Needles it is Worth $355 made into pen knife Blades it is Worth $3,285 made into balance Springs of watches it is Worth $250,000. 1 have several tracts of excellent land in Dakota that 1 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 prarie farm cheap. For further information Call at the times office. Of for a Good farm�?107. Acres lying about two Miles West of Beech City in Good condition 20 acres Timber log Bouse Good barn Good Spring at the House and water in every Field. School House on 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 Oitice of same a Moore. For sorghum Mill arranged for steam or horse Power. It is in Good order and will sell for $50. Also an Iron water tank mounted on two wheels and will hold six barrels is suitable for thrashing purposes. Will sell for $40. For information write the times office. Of for Sale Price $270.�?four-horsepower upright portable engine Eureka. Manufactured by Payne amp co., new York. All fixtures go with it. It is in Good order and As been used but a Short time. A bargain in it. Call at s. Moore a Law office Over citizens National Bank. 37 for Good second hand four horse Power engine and boiler almost As Good As new including All attachments. 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 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

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