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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - July 21, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday july 21, 1887. Number 30. Official directory. District. Congress Beriah Wilkins state . W. Crites common pleas Paree county. Representative Francis Ankney pro Bate . W. Yeagley prot securing attorney. Wilkins . Figert . W. Bowers w. Kinsey treasure John Meyers. I coi a cry. <4 Neumann i s. Kier commissioners it w. K. Lash r. Benner Surveyor. H. Hoover 1ozias Delong infirmary directors it 3. Porter l. K ran to. Sec City. Daniel James ii. Elijah shul marshal Philip Gertzm Austree commissioner John s. Jacob miller.1 it Quot i Council Fletcher Douthitt. B. P. Scott. Andrew s. Warden. New Philadelphia times Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday july 21, 1s87. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 justices. Names. Townships. Daniel Krebs. Tames w Stoutt Jeorge Bear. Isaac couts. Lenry Deible. R Richardson. To g Galbraith. 1�?T k Robinson. Philip a Garver John Smith. Las Galbraeth. Fohn i Lone. Daniel Richards r b Rankin. H s Winsch. A Tim Merman. A it v Mckinney. In in e Beck. Samuel c Kline. J j1 Gardner. Hob to Coruthers John Wetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. Foj Stocker. In Mozena. Joseph Lealea. Has f Davis a 2 0 Fernsel. Levi Travis. I w Newburg. Jos 11 Hostetler Vich Montag. Wesley m Tracy Youngen. Lira in Lehman. David Breymeir Lewis c Zollars. A Cornett. John s Spring. Charles 11 Ellers John w Rolli. Ii ugh t Minnis. J w Kinsley. 1�?~ h Kuhn. >1 s Wagner. J l Baldwin. Clay. Wayne. Perry. Washington Bucks. Sugar Creek. Warwick. Warren. Franklin. Goshen. Rush. Mill. Goshen. Rush. Clay. Perry. Fairfield. I Sandy. Goshen. I Lawrence. Warren. Washington Wayne. York. Bucks. Salem. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Franklin. Auburn. Dover. Dover. Dover. Sandy. Auburn. Warwick Lawrence sugar Creek. Salem. Jefferson. Fairfield. Jefferson. Goshen. Oxford. V Ork. Union. Union. Post office. Lock no. 17. Dundee. 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. New Cumberland Albany. Dundee. New Philada a. Roi f i p port Washington Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomerstown Strasburg. Ragersville. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City. Ragersville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Shanesville. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. New Philada a. Newcomerstown Black band. Uhrichsville. Leesville. Professional directory. Romeo Pally. I s. R. Breed m. D. New Philadelphia. 0. Mice and residence East front Street. 25 <>ct0r Eda wil1ielmi Mclean gynaecologist. A action limited to diseases women and children. Nice Public Square new Philadelphia 0. 7 r j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Of Lee and Resi enee no. 4d, South Broadway new Philadel Hia Ohio. 48yl 7rancis r0mig, attorney at Law and notary Public. Office ver citizens National Bank new Philadel Hia . Hissong a shaving. Shampooing and hair dressing Arlor in basement under Millers drug store u North Broadway. New Philadelphia. O. 48yl Iolin s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and add ining counties. Office up stairs opposite ourt House North Broadway. 47yl ii Booth attorney at Law notary Public and con Yancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians act units. Office up stairs opposite the court Louse. North Broadway. 47yl Amuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. Ii professional business entrusted to his care i Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining count s. Will receive prompt and careful attention Allce Over citizens National Bank. Mitchells dental rooms. Rant Mitchell d. D. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. Block new Phil Delphia 0. Over Raiffe a hardware store it in and Bridge work skilfully executed. Gas and Ether administered. Leases the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1 the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey proprietor. The House has been newly furnished through it. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices operate. Bus to and from the cars Good very in connection with the House. 9yl Church directory. every sunday at 10 31 a. In. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 0 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. Cell r1stian.�?services every lords Day morning at 10 00 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 9 clock a. In. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Sunday sclioolat9a.m. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. German every sunday at lq30.a. 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 morning service each month concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. 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 it it if not paid within six months. 1 50 a a a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A a a address All matter intended for publication to the times. Laws newspapers. Lodge directory. chapter no. 38, r. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor h. P. Daniel Ortzman so cd a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. Amp a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. L. Mall value . G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights Lodge no. 73. Meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. W. Duncan in. Of r. And s. I. 0.0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. T. Zellner n. G. A. Correll rec. Sec a. I. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stempfly n. G. P. Skiii., rec. Sec a. T. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. John 1unn, . 1. A. Correll scribe. Canton Tuscarawas no. 35, 1�. M., i. 0. O. F., meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Lylall. City Block. R. 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. R. L. Crouch. Adjutant. Royal Council meets every first and third Friday each month in knights pythias Hall. A. P. Mix Nick Regent. Ii. Officer Secretary. National Union safety Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday each month at u. K ��?o1>aserman, pre we. Bowers Cor. Sec y. United Brethren preaching every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday l school at 9 15 a. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use it whether he has ordered it not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without forming the publishers and the paper is sent to the former direction they Are held responsible notice should always be Given removal. If subscribers refuse neglect to take papers from the office 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 Goshen township. For clerk the court Samuel m. Mclean Dover township. For clerk the court f. Reichenbac1i, jr., Wayne township. For clerk court l. Z0llars, Sugarcreek township. For clerk the court William b. Brown Goshen township. The new York world makes a suggestion which if Well founded will go a Good ways towards suppressing the firecracker nuisance the 4th. It says a a innocent parties who lose property who sustain other injury through the failure the authorities to enforce the Law have Good ground for indemnity from the City. Possibly the bringing a number suits this kind would assist in suppressing a dangerous it is doubtful whether such an action would be sustained by the courts. The supreme court Ohio has recently held that a municipal corporation would not be liable to a citizen for injuries caused through the negligence the City in permitting an assemblage disorderly persons to discharge a Cannon in a Public Street and announces the following Rule a a in relation to Powers and privileges which Are to be exercised by a municipal corporation for the improvement the territory within the corporate limits and As to which the pecuniary and proprietary interests individuals Are represented the liability the corporation for negligence is largely if not entirely measured by the liability individuals for similar acts but with respect to police Powers such As suppressing riots and unlawful assemblages such corporation is in the absence statutory provision to the contrary the agent the state and not liable for a failure to perform negligence in performing duties in that particular imposed by the scientific a Merican says governor Hill has signed the Bill passed by the new York legislature regulating the heating steam cars and it is now a Law. The statute makes it unlawful for any steam Railroad after May 1st, 1s88, to heat its passenger cars other than mixed trains by any stove Furnace kept inside the cars suspended therefrom except it May be lawful in Case Accident other emergency temporarily to use any such stove Furnace with necessary fuel. Provided that in cars which have been equipped with apparatus to heat by steam hot water hot air from the locomotive from a special car the present stove May be retained to be used Only when the car is standing still and provided also that this act shall not apply to railroads less than fifty Miles in length nor to the use stoves a pattern and kind to be approved by the Railroad commissioners for cooking purposes in dining room cars. The Steubenville Gazette says president Cleveland has made another Center shot in his declination the invitation to visit St. Louis during the g. A. K. Meeting there next fall and when the tuttles and Fairchilds read his letter they will think a Cyclone has struck them. Though ordinarily it would seem Little business to notice such Pis mires As these which have sought to insult the president the United states his letter is so dignified yet withal so cutting As to make it a master stroke from a hand already deservedly celebrated for penning the clearest strongest and most trenchant state papers in the history the american Republic. An Indiana county treasurer who is $18,000 Short has made a Public statement As to where the funds went to. He gave $6,000 to build a Wing an orphan Asylum $3,000 to foreign missions and helped erect a Church with the balance. He had no More sympathy however than if he had spent the Money in buying futures in wheat the general opinion being voiced by the chairman the investigating committee who said a the Copper bottomed fool Why did no the put the whole thing up pork and try to make something a the z., n. A c. Ray company have let the building the River Bridge at Zanesville Ohio and the Engineer corps is at work permanently locating the line to Bakersville which will occupy about four weeks. New Philadelphia has until that time to say whether the Survey shall come this Way from Bakersville whether it shall join the Conotton Valley at Shanesville proceedings the democratic senatorial convention at Newcomerstown july 14-, 1887. The democracy the 18th and 19th senatorial districts which com irises the counties Tuscarawas Coshocton Noble Monroe and Guernsey met in convention at Newcomerstown Ohio july 14th, for the purpose nominating two candidates for state senators. Through a misunderstanding the committee appointed by the recent convention in new Philadelphia Ohio to select delegates to the senatorial convention reported the names 87 persons this county being entitled to but 43. About 57 the delegates so reported were at Newcomerstown and at 10 clock the delegates held a caucus to dispose a matter which promised otherwise to be a source embarrassment in convention. After a prolonged discussion the caucus decided to permit the entire 57 to sit As a delegation each Delegate being entitled to forty three fifty sevenths a vote. Tuscarawas county having four candidates be. Lingan s. B. Rankin Eli r. Benfer and John a. Buchanan a the caucus decided to determine which these gentlemen was the Choice the delegation and to concentrate its strength the successful Man. The balloting resulted in Buchanan a favor the last ballot being 27 for Benfer and 30 for Buchanan. In the meantime remaining delegates from other counties were arriving the noon train from Cambridge bringing the last. At 1 30 promptly the convention assembled in the Well appointed and commodious City Hall. The committee permanent organization selected by the various delegations in caucus reported Jasper ii. Mitchell Tuscarawas for chairman and w. S. Heade Guernsey for Secretary. The report was unanimously adopted. Or. Mitchell taking the chair addressed the convention the four great departures in the political history the nation in which he characterized Washington a administration As the Advent free institutions Jackson a administration illustrating the executive Power the government Lincoln a administration interpreting the Constitution in favor Union and the Forth great epoch the administration Cleveland marking the supremacy honest government. The mention the a a fourth epoch a created a storm applause. The delegation from Monroe were having a Lively time in caucus and had not yet appeared in the Hall. A Delegate from Coshocton moved the appointment a committee three to invite the delegation from Monroe to participate in the convention. Carried. The chairmen the various delegations reported the following committeemen . P. , Guernsey Theo. Banning Tuscarawas Lenry Smith Noble Calvin Thomas Coshocton John a. Noll Monroe. Rules and order . I. Turkic Guernsey . Ii. Williams Noble w. Ii. Mccabe Coshocton Mathew Moore Monroe. Frye Guernsey . Gould Tuscarawas Thos. Horton cassimere Lorenz Coshocton . B. Dennie Monroe. Senatorial . T. Scott Guernsey g. W. Crites Tuscarawas s. Gibson Noble t. E. Willis Coshocton s. A. Atkinson Monroe. The Monroe delegation having appeared the scene a Delegate from Coshocton moved to proceed to nominations. Speeches being limited to three minutes. Carried. Nicholas Coshocton gave d. Ii. Mortley a Good Send Oft three minutes duration and was sorry he Hadnot More time to devote to him. Guernsey had no candidate. Judge Pearson Monroe boomed . B. Dennie and claimed that Monroe county was entitled to the nomination but would stand by the nominees the convention. A venerable Democrat from Noble county was proud to name . A. 1. Dorr and said that the democracy Noble was a unit in his endorsement. G. W. Bowers the a Sci Cero Tuscarawas delegation grew eloquent Over some facts about John a. Buchanan and presented his name to the convention. Nominations being closed the committee rules and order business reported As follows resolved that in balloting the names the counties shall he called alternately beginning with Coshocton the first ballot Guernsey second Monroe third Noble fourth and Tuscarawas fifth. Resolved that the chairman shall cast the full vote for each delegation for the Choice a majority the delegation. H. B. Kefter and Hon. Geo. W. Crites Tuscarawas and judge Pearson Monroe objected to the acceptance the second Resolution because it implied the a unit rules and would prevent delegates from casting their votes As they might choose. The Resolution was voted Down by the convention. W. Gould reported the following from the committee resolutions resolved that the delegates the 18th and 19th senatorial districts the state Ohio in convention assembled reaffirm the principles the democratic party As announced by the National convention at Chicago in 1ss4. Resolved that we Heartly endorse the Wise and economical administration Grover Cleveland. Resolved that we cordially recommend for governor Ohio that a noblest roman them All a Allen g. Thurman. Resolved that As labor is honorable we believe that eight hours a Day ought to be fixed by Law As a Days work in All government positions and Are in favor necessary legislation to that effect that Labouring men May have Opportunity to enjoy some the comforts so liberally furnished for the Comfort his creatures. Resolved that we pledge our Earnest and sincere support to the nominees this convention and will spare no Effort to secure their election by a larger majority than Ever before Given in the districts. Report accepted. Hon. G. W. Crites chairman the senatorial committee reported Cambridge Ohio As the meeting place the committee. On motion a Delegate from Coshocton the convention proceeded to ballot which resulted in the nomination d. H. Mortley Coshocton he receiving 108 votes and . A. I. Dorr Noble being selected the third ballot As the second nominee. On motion a committee three was appointed to escort . Dorr and . Mortley to the convention. The committee returned with . Mostly Only . Dorr having left for his Home the afternoon train. Or. Mostly met an enthusiastic reception and after he had returned his thanks the convention adjourned. Convention notes. Noble was Small but she a a fought Coshocton had no drones in her delegation. They had killed them All off Indore the convention. Guernsey quietly kept in Reserve for reinforcements and did a a Noble service in the last engagement. Monroe was commanded by a Good general that faced the enemy while there was a Ray Hope and submitted gracefully to the result the fight. She should he recognized next time. Tuscarawas was in a state Mutiny refusing to recognize her Captain. Her vulnerable Points were soon disclosed. She goes Down not from the weakness her candidate but from the result a factional fight. Or. N. S. Heade Guernsey county was chosen Secretary the convention at Newcomerstown and served with great credit. He proved himself to be an Able and efficient officer winning Many remarks Praise for the Able and dignified Way in which he performed the duties Secretary. Or. I. Ii. Mortley is a typical Democrat and the favorite Coshocton co. He has been Long in the party a service and has been a live successful business Man. He carries with him though quite aged the vim and tire an Active life and has the qualifications to represent the people second to none. The 18th and 19th districts will be ably represented with sound democrats and they will add great strength to the ticket. We met . Dorr cad Well but for a few moments thursday last As he was about to leave for Home after his nomination and hence our acquaintance is very limited but As he is backed so enthusiastically by a delegation Good representative men such As represented Noble county and hearing the remark judge Pearson Monroe county when he jumped up and exclaimed a a better Democrat done to live a then we icel that the convention made no mistake in nominating . Dorr. He is said to lie an Able Man Well qualified to represent the District. Two Young ladies West front St. Stepped into the Exchange hotel with the intention sending a message to a Young Man and the following dialogue took place Between them and our Jolly big fat Telegraph operator first Young please give me a pen and paper i want to Send a right there it is a handing pen and paper. First Young much will ten words Cost ? a Twenty five first Young Petie the message a will you Send it at once ? a the operator took the message and proceeded to read it. First Young lady grabbing Hack the message a a How dare you read that ? i will have you to understand that is private and i done to thank you a bit for Reading it a and the aforesaid two Young ladies departed without sending the message vowing they never met a Young Man with so much impudence and intended to report to the Western Union co. That their agent was altogether a a too fresh a the Well known Perry stove manufacturing co., Albany n. Y., have established extensive works at South Pittsburg tenn., covering six acres land and employing upward five Hundred men. To give Young men the Opportunity learning the trades moulders counters polishers Nickle players carpenters pattern finishers Etc., Etc., they have engaged fifty the Best mechanics to teach those who want to learn and Promise Liberal wages while they Are learning the Trade. This would seem like a Good Opportunity for Active Young men desiring to learn a useful and profitable . Uhrichsville was visited with another lire wednesday morning last week. It was the new dwelling mrs. Bunch which was about completed Anil which she intended to occupy in a few Days. Mrs. Bunch seems to Harbor and associate with a soiled doves a to the utter disgust Uli Richville peo Ople who had no sympathy for her in her loss. The House was entirely consumed. There is no doubt but it was the work an incendiary. The death . T. D. Greaten Borough aged 7 5 years occurred wednesday last. The deceased was a quiet Home Loving person kind and devoted to his family an estimable citizen and a True believer in christianity dying in full Hope eternal rest. Those left to mourn his departure Are five daughters one son and the widow. May their loss he his eternal gain. The funeral services took place Friday last. A Georgia gentleman says that he asked an old Darky what lie would choose if he could have any three things he might wish for. A Well Boss a said he a a de fuss Ting id take a fifty Dollar in Money Den a Fine suit clothes and next a barrel Rice. Den loss a he continued a if you let me make another wish id take four Gallons Good . Morehead writes in the British medical journal that he has obtained a Relief from Hay fever his annual persecutor for thirty years by hypodermic injection one twentieth a Grain morphine and one two Hundredth a Grain atropine night and morning. The Relief was Complete. Call at this office for first class printing Charlie Shriber is rebuilding his residence East front Street. Mrs. We. Criswell received her lady friends at Tea tuesday evening. Illness the editor is our apology for Lack editorial matter this week. Miss Nettie Flora gave a Large Tea party to her friends wednesday evening. _ a severe fire at Youngstown is the cause several families camping the commons. For the fourth time in a Short period the town Hurley wis., has been destroyed by fire. Or. H. Mitchell canal Dover presided at the senatorial convention and was considered an excellent officer. W. G. Burk prominent citizen Urbana was killed by the falling a Hood Gate one Day last week while working under it. Cisterns Are All dry gardens dryer pasture nearly ruined and the River so dry that boys can jump in without getting drowned. The labourers at the fire Brick works at Massillon struck for an increase wages from $1.25 to $1.50 per Day and compromised at $1.35. Miss Accola daughter Rev. Accola this City has been engaged to teach the German department the new Phila Delphia Public schools. John a. Wagner and Andrew Deis committee appointed by the probate court Are now engaged in the special examination the county Treasury. The times acknowledges courtesies extended by . Pollock the Newcomerstown Index the occasion the senatorial convention in that place. The ladies the lock port m. E. Church will give an ice Cream festival at their Church july 23, for Benefit the Church. All Are cordially invited. The Mercury in our office three consecutive Days last week registered As follows 99�, 102�, 104�, and yet we Are told a there is a land that is hotter than this a the knights pythias will dedicate their elegant rooms in the City Block the 28th. The occasion promises to be an eventful one. Various lodges from other cities will participate. The traditional a a Shower manna could not have been More gratefully received by the famished israelite than was the rain fall monday evening by the people this Vicinity after the recent protracted drought. The Cleveland Lorain a Wheeling Railroad co., will make one half fare rate from All its stations to Toledo o., for the Republican state convention. Tickets will be Good going july 26th, 27th and 28th,and Good for return july 27th to 30th, inclusive. There were seventy one prostrations from the heat Twenty one which were fatal in Cincinnati monday eighteen fatal Sun strokes in Philadelphia sunday and Twenty one deaths from heat in Rockford ills., saturday sunday and monday. We notice . Young front Street has been improving the appearance his Blacksmith shop by putting up a much need awning which adds greatly both to its looks and Comfort. J in. Is a first class Mechanic and Ever ready to new shoe a a Sharpen for you. Sunday is said to be the hottest Day since 1878. The Murcury registered 106� at Chicago in the Shade 103� at Pekin Illinois 102� at fort Wayne Indiana 104� at St. Louis and eleven fatal cases sunstroke Are reported at the latter place. Have you called at the new livery and feed stable in the a a Gilsey a barn to see the Fine horses Nice carriages and make the acquaintance the gentlemanly proprietor and employees All Are first class and Farmers will find it a Good Cool comfortable place to feed and water their teams. General Greely the signal service referring to the recent hot spell says a had the wind came from the sea heavy and moist with vapor with the thermometer reaching the height recorded monday the list casualties would have been a Long from accounts Over the country late it seems Many people have been Suic iding. Well certainly the weather is a temptation to do something but upon Calm reflection it is not easy to see what is to be gained by jumping from the frying pan into the fire. Or. Jesse Spence has entered into partnership with . Hobson Flushing Ohio. Or. Spence carries with him in his new relations the unqualified commendations his Many friends in this City. He is known to be a practitioner excellent ability and As such we take pleasure in introducing him to the people Flushing. Canton common pleas sent twelve tramps to the Penitentiary for one year for taking Possession a wheat Field just outside the City limits holding High carnival Over seven kegs Beer terrorizing women and refusing to vacate the premises when ordered to do so by the owner. The sentence struck them dumb with Union. Some sneak thieves who happily Are at least fastidious in the matter edibles entered the cellar mrs. Edgerly a residence East Avenue last monday night and when that lady visited it the following morning she doubtless appreciated the emotion that inspired a a Mother Hubbard a a certain memorable occasion which we have read. Personal mention. Our Washington letter miss Kate Welt is visiting friends in Niles Ohio. Harry b. Stewart spent monday m Bridgeport. Mrs. Hyde Elizabeth n. J., is visiting mrs. Andrew Patrick this City. Miss Winnie Smith Uhrichsville is visiting Nane Booth West Ray St. Mrs. T. K. Williams and son Alberta Are spending the week at Meyers Lake. James Mcfarland a Ofack a is again with us after a prolonged Eastern trip. Mrs. Kridler and children Findley o., an visiting miss George albeit this City. A. I. Holmes Jagt St office inspector spent sunday with his family in this City. Miss Julia Berger Cleveland is visiting her sister mrs. Sutton the Avenue. Miss Kate Patrick has returned from a delightful visit with it. Vernon friends. Or. Domer Youngstown is visiting his parents Rev. And mrs. Domer West Ray St. Miss Cora Hampton Indianapolis Indiana is visiting miss Minnie science fair St. Misses Dot Lahmer and a Hie Bates Are visiting . And mrs. Howard White in Cleveland. Miss Mary Shrek Orrville Ohio is visiting at the residence . Peter Fahrney this City. Miss Mamie Custer is again Home after a pleasant visit in Delaware and Westchester Ohio. Henry Custer returned from 1�?~ana, ills., saturday. Or. Custer has land interests in that place. Miss Clara Custer has returned from an extended visit to friends in Jellerson and Harrison counties. Or. And mrs. John Croxton Philadelphia Are visiting relatives judge Barnhill and family front St. Mrs. Wood Fribley and the children Uhrichsville Are spending the week with her parents in this place. Miss Ida Sioux Man who has been living in Shanesville for some time past returned Home the first last week. Mrs. And miss Blackburn Bloomington ills., Are visiting relatives . And mrs. Spence West fair Street. Mrs. James m. Kennedy miss Lelia and master Gray left monday for a weeks visit with relatives in Del Roy g. Mrs. Callie and Little son Lima Ohio Are visiting the former a parents . And mrs. Jacob Degrief this City. Or. Milton Mcginnis wife and Little girls Caldwell o., Are visiting at the residence John s. Graham esq., North Broadway. Mrs. Judge Patrick has returned from an extended stay with her brother j. E. Graham the Tuscarawas chronicle Uhrichsville Ohio. Miss Kate Graham returned to her Home in Mineral Point after a pleasant visit at the residence James Patrick esq., fair Street. Will Ulman Massillon spent sunday and monday with his Many friends in this City the guest his Cousin sex treasurer Kennedy. Miss Nellie Williams East Liverpool Ohio returned to her Home monday after a Short visit with miss Cora Schweitzer fair St. Mrs. Spicer and daughter who have been visiting at the residence b. 1. Scott East Avenue returned to their Home in Wisconsin monday last. iss Mary 1�?~owleson Newcomerstown returned to her Home in that City after a pleasant visit with her grandparents . And mrs. Powleson Corner Broadway and fair Street. Thomas limes arrived Home from Wichita Kansas saturday. A . Limes says the reports that the Wichita Boom Lias collapsed is false. He says the town is yet rapidly growing. Miss Cappie Sloan Oconee ills., came saturday to spend the summer in new Philadelphia the guest ii. L. Custer and family East Avenue. Rev. Cook pastor the presbyterian Church this City starts to Day thursday for new Concord Ohio where he will spend a Short vacation wit i his family. Miss Martha Mitchell after a Short visit with her father ii. K. Mitchell in this City will leave Friday for Indianapolis and Danville Indiana where she will spend the remainder the summer. Treasurer Meyers attended the commencement exercises at Ada last tuesday at which institution his daughter Cora graduated. Miss Meyers with a Young lady Friend from new Bedford o., will visit . And mrs. Meyers. Miss May Mauk one new Philadelphia a charming Young ladies hut who has been making her Home in Wooster for the past two years is Home a visit to her relatives and Many Young friends in this City. Mrs. Marguerite Wilson Canton is visiting at the residence Jno. S. Graham this City. A delightful evening party was Given by mrs. Graham in the Young lady a Honor tuesday evening in the pleasure which occasion quite a number Young ladies and gentlemen participated. Washington d. C., july 14th, 1887. Editor times a the very truly Loyal organs the Republican party have been denouncing the pension vetoes president Cleveland and especially those which have been introduced and passed by Congress for the Relief individual soldiers in unmeasured terms and the Soldier element Are by these organs being taught that the present administration is not in Harmony with the Loyal sentiment the country and opposed to the Soldier interests. After the recent exhibit the Brilliant record the pension Bureau under the control Gene a Jno. Black far surpassing that any Republican predecessor Rich false statements should cease and the administration should be conceded As it certainly is the peer any previous administration in the proper and timely recognition and precedence Given to soldiers in the filling official places in the adjustment pension claims. As a specimen veto by president Cleveland the following is Only one Many similar cases in Point in which the president interposes his objections not As against but in favor the Soldier. In the Case Senate Bill no. 1077, 49th Congress first session for the Relief Newcomb Parker late co. A 11th regiment Vermont volunteers by which the name said Parker was directed to be placed the pension Roll subject to the provisions Anil limitations the pension Laws the president in his veto replies a a to the Senate i hereby return without approval Senate Hill no. 1077, entitled a an act granting a pension to Newcomb a this claimant filed an application for a pension in the year 1880. A a before the passage the Lull herewith returned the commissioner pensions a in ignorance the act Congress general Law a As this decision the pension Bureau entitles the beneficiary named to draw a tension from the Date filing his application which under the provisions the special Bill in his favor would Only accrue trom the time its passage. I am unwilling that one found worthy to he placed upon the pension Roll by the Bureau to which he properly applied should be the actual loser by reason a special interposition Congress in his let half. A a Grover Cleveland. A a executive mansion june 29, 1887.�?� upon further examination the above claim it is found that the Soldier is entitled to a pension from the Day following the Date discharge february 16, 1s64, a net saving to the Soldier Over the provisions the Senate Hill a pension for Twenty two years four months and thirteen Days aggregating at the sum rated to the Soldier $4.0 1 per month the sum $1,<�?~80.00. Under a recent application for an increase pension the Soldier after usual examinations is now rated by the pension office and is drawing a pension at the rate $8 per month. As a still further evidence the spirit animating the president in his relations toward the Soldier i herewith append the following table showing the number a special acts Congress granting pensions approved under each administration by each president the United states from March 4th, 1869. To March 4th, 1887 grant�?1870 to �?T73, inclusive. 231 a a 2d term �?T74 to �?T77 inclusive. 254 hayes�?�?T78 to 81 inclusive. 303 Garfield and Arthur,�?T82 to�?T85 inclusive. 736 Cleveland �?T86 to �?T87 inclusive two years Only. 863 to sum up president Cleveland a attitude toward the Soldier he approved in two years nearly double the number Dills for the Relief soldiers that president Grant had done in eight years Over double the number Llaves term four years and one and one sixth times As Many in two years As the administration presidents Garfield and Arthur in four years. Further official figures will be forthcoming in a future article. Observer. Excitement in Texas. Great excitement has been caused in the Vicinity Paris Texas by the remarkable recovery j. E. Corley who was so helpless he could not turn in Impi raise his head every Loxly said he was dying consumption. A trial bottle . Kings new discovery was sent him. Finding Relief he bought a Large bottle and a to it a . Kings new life pills by the time he had taken two boxes pills and two bottles the discovery he was Well and had gained in Hesh thirty six pounds. Trial bottles this great discovery for consumption free at f c Jiller a songs. Large bottles $1. 1 have for Sale a Fine Rich level productive farm 2,250 acres. First and second Bottom land Al jut one half cleared and in cultivation balance Good Timber three Miles from the City Vincennes Indiana Railroad station one Corner and three four tenant houses the farm. Gravel Road to the City. Will raise 25 to 35 bushels wheat and 50 to 80 bushels Corn to the acre. Good for All grasses 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 eight thousand Rolls new Wall paper for the fall Trade. This paper is bought from seven the leading factories the country and consists All grades from the cheapest to the finest made. An elegant line decorations and Borders. 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 The Gas Well at Kokomo Indiana it is said furnishes Light for the Farmers to do their harvesting in the Cool the evening. The estimated flow Gas is 15,000,000 feet per Day. I have for Sale Trade a Good flouring Mill m the state Iowa. It is a paying property. Call at the times rna inter Matinzi widows rights in Maine. Man citizens Maine men and women last Winter petitioned the legislature to submit an amendment to the Constitution that state so that women May vote the same terms As men. This the legislators refused to do. But they did Amend the Laws so that a widow May live ninety Days in the House her deceased husband without paying rent. The text the amendment is As follows a a a widow shall have her reasonable sustenance out her husbands estate for ninety Days after his death and May remain in the House her husband during said ninety Days without being chargeable with rent main and Massachusetts were formerly United and the old Law Massachusetts gave widows Only forty Days to live in the House the deceased. Probably the old Law in Maine also gave the widow Only forty Days. In Massachusetts this was the Case even when the House was built by Money which belonged to the wife before her marriage and it must have been so in Maine. The personal property a wife by the marriage become the property the husband and the House built with that Money was the husbands House. His widow could stay in it forty Days. The question arises were the Maine legislators afraid to submit an amendment so that women May vote lest they should Deal with widowers As Maine men have now dealt with widows Here is the catechism it Long May a widower in Maine live in the family House after his j Wiles death ? Long As he pleases. Long May a widow live in the family House after the death her husband May remain ninety Days without paying rent. Maine women help to make the Laws .1.�?they shall not. How sorry and ashamed Maine will one Day to this treatment its widows. It comes in a great degree from the fact that the part the wife takes in the family is counted As Worth nothing because it has no Money value it is not paid for in Money. It is regarded As a gift when the Maine Law gives a widow a a reasonable it is generosity to let her live ninety Days without rent a but this widow came to the House a Young wife. She has spent All her Days in the service the family she has been Mother and nurse the children she has been Cook laundress chamber maid seamstress parlor maid waitress hottest and maid All work. A majority wives do All these things. Time passes and when she is sixty seventy years age the Man the House Dies and his widow can stay ninety Days in the House without paying rent. Or she May be Mother Young children in that Case she needs the whole property just As the father would have done to enable her to shelter and feed the family but All the same the Law will turn her out after ninety Days. Such legislation shows How much each class needs the Power to protect itself. Lucy Stone. The woman question in Russia. Market reports times office july 21, flour Patent bbl. A a sack. Best family bbl. A a Amber sack. A a a a new Proe. Wheat Bushel. Corny new Bushel. Oats new Bushel. Rye Quot if Bushel. Butter Pound. Eggs dozen. Buckwheat flour Pound. Hams Pound. Shoulders Pound. Sides Pound. Lard Pound. Tallow a Pound. Beef Hind. Salt Goshen barrel. White Lime barrel. Akron cements barrel. Calcined plaster�?$1 barrel. Land plaster ton. A in barrel. Potatoes Bushel new. Dried peaches up Bushel. Rags a up Pound. Onions Quot p Bushel. Hay Quot up ton new. Timothy seed in Bushel. Wool. Fertilizers a ton. 1887. $ 5 10 1 25 $ 4 45 1 15 1 50 75 40 27 66 6@12 12 03 10 07 07 08 3 07@15 1 15 1 00 1 35 2 25 9 00 1 50 30 a 40 1 65 01 50 8 00 2 25 33 35 00 the Radical Bent the russian mind its leading toward new and bold ideas is shown in other ways than in the nihilism the Young students and the ignorant religious sects among the common people. One example this borrowed from the last ten fifteen years is the movement for the emancipation rather the Freedom women. The russians do not like to use the word a a emancipation in this regard they like to say that among them woman is emancipated because the Law leaves to her at marriage the j administration her own Fortune. So they generally speak in Russia the a a woman l he excesses by which it has been compromised do not prevent this movement female Crane spation from let eing one the most interesting and characteristic Phenomena russian j society to Day. In this respect rus j Sia is All the states the continent 1 that which comes nearest to the Anglo Saxon countries although in the two cases claims Winch Are quite alike at the Bottom Are shown under aspects very different. If any revolution should take place hereafter in the Laws social customs Russia will a without doubt one the first countries to attempt it. Meanwhile she has already made experiments in the higher education women some which might serve As a i Nixie i to states which think themselves much further i in. H. , in it Oman s journal. Anne Whitney did not a Gin her artistic career in which she Lias made such Success until forty later and 1 have known instances Good work done in drawing. I should imagine it would hold True women that they beginning their career late oftener than with men item Aux they have More hindrance in youth. I think any woman has Success in her forty years is no hindrance to its development. Kant did not gain distinction till that age. The woman suffrage idea gains a Point in Colorado if business aptitude counts for anything As an argument. Of the 800 women in that state engaged in cattle raising not a dozen failures have la Een reported. For discretion and Good judgment the Stock women in Colorado Are ahead the men As the results Republican. Let the fathers who have suffered from the extravagance wives the fathers who have suffered from their own extravagances the fathers who have suffered because a failure to consult with accept the advice the mothers give their daughters Wise instruction upon matters business and a generation Young husbands and wives will Rise up and Call them blessed. A inter Ocea n. A Chicago girl sat pensively at the window gazing at the Blue sky and tumbling Waves the Emerald Lake. A a what Are you doing my daughter a asked her father who was Reading the Market reports. A building castles papa a she sighed a a castles in the a a Well done to do it my child you can to mortgage buildings like that for a darned for a Nice sateen in the popular Green in any Grade a popular Shade a Daisy fan kids in Tan it it ran elegant dress at prices less than Ever before in any store go to Fribley a co�?Ts., new Philadelphia For Sale. A Small farm 68 acres known As the Peter Ohler tract Pike run adjoining Coal mine no. 2. There Are three dwelling houses the premises two Orchards and a school House. Sixty acres cleared and under Good cultivation and Good fences. All in grass. Terms reasonable. Possession can be Given at any time. For particulars Call f. S. Roning at times office William Oliver Pike run. 39tf for a Corset that fits it it a elegant mitts prints that wont fade 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 vs., new Philadelphia amp Vail the practical reliable and responsible dentists Twenty years experience will perform All mechanical and operative dentistry except Gold filling sat ten per cent less than any the unexperienced a cheap John dentist quacks carpenters 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 Bir prices Are right and a tis a very rare sight to see such a Stock As you la find in the Block at Fribley a co�?Ts., new Philadelphia For Good thirty horse Power portable saw Mill the Scheidler a Mcnamar make. Cost $2,700. Hasben in list five years hut has lately been put in the Best order with new hues grate bars Carriage and tracking. In tact the Mill is nearly As Good As new and is Well Worth $1,800 Cash to Day. The owner took it a debt and will sell it for $750. Now is a Chance for a great bargain. For further particulars Call at the times office. For Sale at Mineral Point Ohio two lots the rear end which abuts the c. A p. Railroad in a Good location in Central part town. No improvements. These lots Are no 9 and 10, and Are Good lots for business. Will sell the two for $400 in payments $350 in Cash. For further information Call at s. Moore a Law office new phila., Of i have several tracts excellent land in Dakota that i am authorized to sell Trade. Will Trade for real estate in Ohio Tor a Stock goods any kind. Now is a Chance for bargains. This land is i xxx 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 Good farm�?107. Acres lying about two Miles West Beech City in Good condition 20 acres Timber log House Good barn Good Spring at the House and water in every Field. School House Corner 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 same a Moore. For sorghum Mil arranged for steam horse a Ower. It is in Good order and will sell for $50. Also an Iron water Tunk mounted 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-horse-Power upright portable engine Eureka. Manufactured by Payne a co., new York. All fixtures go with it. It is in i xxx order and ast it Een used hut 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 Call a. A. Fradenburgh port Washington 40tf for very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per cent interest investment. Also other desirable lots and properties. John a. Himes new Philadelphia. O. 18tf

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