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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - June 2, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume ii. New Philadelphia o., thursday june 2, 1887. Number Sqq official directory. District. Co a Kress. State senator. Common pleas judges. County. Representative. Prot Bate judge. Prot see Ting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. J . L colder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. City. Daniel Korns. James ii. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip let Minstre John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. 15. 1. Scott. Andrew Erwin. S. Glatfelter. Beriah Wilkins Geo. W. Crites Ujj. Glance \ j. S. Pearce Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins j. Figert g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. A. G. Neumann s. Rutera. E. Lash r. Benner 0. Ii. Hoover Ozias Delong j. Porter ,Sec mayor clerk marshal it commissioner Council game Warden. Daniel Krebs. James w Stoutt George Bear. Isaac couts. Henry Deible. T Richardson. R g Galbraith. T k Robinson. Philip a Garver John Smith. Jas Galbra Etli. John Milone. Daniel Richards t 5 Rankin. L s Winsch. Ail Timmerman. S y Neuneker j l s Mckinney we e Beek a Samuel c Kline j h Gardner. Robot Coruthers John Wetter i William loins Eye Philip Doerfer. T j Stockert t i Mozenah Joseph Lea Lead Chas f Davis it c c Fernsel. Levi Travis j i w Newburg. Jos ii Hostetler Nich Montag i Wesley m Tracy a. Youngens Hiram Echman David Breymeir Lewis c Zollars l a Cornett i John s Spring Charles 11 Ellers John w Roll. Hugh t Minnis c w Kinsley p h kuhn1 m s Wagner j l baldwins justices. Townships. Post office. Clan. Lock no. 17. Wayne. Dundee. Perry. Cadwallader. Washington Paoli. Bucks. Baltic. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Warwick. Tuscarawas. Warren. New Cumberland Franklin. Strasburg. Goshen. Barnhill. Rush. Tippecanoe. Mill. Uhrichsville. Goshen. New Philada a. Rush. Gnadenhutten. Clay. . Perry. Cadwallader. Fairfield. New Philada a. Sandy. Mineral City. Goshen. New Philada a. Lawrence. Bolivar. Warren. New Cumberland Washington Albany. Wayne. Dundee. York. New Philada a. Rucks. Baltic. Salem. Port Washington Mill. I Uhrichsville. Mill. Dennison. Oxford. Newcomers town Franklin. Strasburg. Auburn. Ragersville. Dover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. Sandy. Mineral City. Auburn. Ragersville. Warwick Tuscarawas. Lawrence. Zoar. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Salem. Port Washington Jefferson. Port Washington Fairfield. Zoar station. Jefferson. Stone Creek. Goshen. New Philada a. Oxford. York. Black band. Union. Uhrichsville. Union. Leesville. Professional directory. Oct0r Eda w1luelmi Mclean gynaecologist. A Ratiee limited to diseases women and children. Ali Eek Public Square new Philadelphia 0. 7 t. Sci ran . 1 Wakkur ton . Is. lean a Warburton. Physicians and surgeons. Inice and residence Public Square new Phil Plizia Ohio. 7 r j. W. Richards Lei Asician and surgeon. Of lace and Resi enee. No. 40, South Broadway new Philadel Liia Ohio. Syl 7rancis it orig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office ver citizens National Bank new Philadel Hia Ohio. A. Ilis song a shaving. Shampooing and hair dressing Arlor in Basei nent under Millers drug store n North Broadway. New Philadelphia. 0. 4syl Ohn s. Glt Allam attorney at Law and notary Public new Lii Ladelphia. Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and and using counties. Office up stairs opposite ourt House North Broadway. 47yl 11 Booth attorney at Law notary Public and con Yancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians a ounts. Office up stairs opposite tie court Louse Ortli Broadway. 47yl Amuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. .11 professional business entrusted to his care i Tuscarawas. Harrison and adjoining count s. Will receive prompt and careful attention Nice Over citizens National Bank. Mitchells dental Mitchell d. D. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. City Block new Philadelphia Over Liti Jfe a hardware store Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. T a Gas and Ether administered. Diseases the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1 the g1lsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Dailey proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the ears. Good livery in connection with tie House. 9yl Church directory. La a every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 Loek p. Sunday school at 0 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. C11 i i St a Ces every lords Day morn ing at 10 00 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 0 clock a. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 Loek p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. German reformed preaching every sunday at 1030, a. And 2 15 p. In., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday morning service each month a missionary concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. Lodge directory. chapter no. 38, r. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniski. Gutzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, A a. a meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mcilvaine w. G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. W. Duncan k. Of r. And s. R. 0. 0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows t. J. Zellner n. G. 1. A. Correll rec. Sec a. I. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Udd Fellows Hall City Block. Stem 111 Fly n. G. P. Skol rec. Sec a. L. G. 0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Udd Fellows Hall City Block. John Dunn c. P. J. A. Correll scribe. Canton Tuscarawas no. 35, p. M., i. 0. O f., meets every third thursday evening in each month Atodd Fellows Ball. City Rock. R. J. W. Dodd Captain. A. Bippus Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. 6, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Daniel Korns commander. R. L. Crouch. Adjutant. Royal Council meets every first and third Friday each month in knights pythias Hall. A. P. M1nnick, Regent j. H. Officer Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday each month at g. R. Vilall. E. Kaserman pres. We. Bowers Cor. Philadelphia Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday june 2, 1887. A chapter crime office in citizens National rank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 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 d0 if not paid within six months. 1 50 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 editor. Laws newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription any person who receives a newspaper and makes use it whether he 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. We would like to see a Little More interest taken in the Railroad this week As our time is about up. John Sherman is swinging around the political Circle in Illinois visiting Springfield and Chicago. It looks very much now As though Sherman will Lay Blaine the shelf. By request state auditor Keise Wetter attorney general Kohler has Given a an opinion which compels All merchants who place wagons the Road to sell goods to have a License. The Conotton Valley Ray has negotiated a loan $2,000,000 with the International Trust company Boston and gave mortgage for the amount. Work will commence at once to Widen the gauge. The Pennsylvania legislature has passed a Bill requiring that All judicial executions for capital offences in that state shall be accomplished by electricity. This is claimed to be an easier Means death. James g. Blaine wife and two daughters will sail for Europe the 8th june and will travel through England Scotland Ireland Germany France Spain Italy Greece and Turkey. They will be gone a year. If you have an executor administrator judicial Sale that you want advertised in the times do not fail to have your attorney so order it otherwise you would not Likely get it in the times. Remember our circulation is general All Over the county and in every Post office. Or. Tyrian landed free soil in Boston the 29th May. There was a great crowd at the depot awaiting his arrival who greeted Brian and Kilbride with cheers. The people clamoured for a speech but lie was too weak to respond from his ill treatment in Canada and went to his hotel. The democracy Coshocton county will nominate their candidates by popular vote saturday j Une 4th, for representative in the legislature col. J. Williams having declined to serve a second term. The names capt. I it. Ii. Kirtley and Jesse p. Forbes esq., j Are Standard. Secretary Bayard has requested the mexican government to commute the death sentence pronounced against col. Arisza and his companions account the part they took in a recent Viola 1 Tion american territory at Nogales. Ilis Appeal was met in a Friendly Way by the mexican government and the condemned men will probably not be executed. A Birmingham conn., electrician has a new rat trap which it is said works admirably lie attaches a piece meat to one pole a Dynamo machine which can Only be reached by the rat by standing a plate which serves As the other pole. Report says that no rat has yet got the meat but Many have reached for it and the inventor is rewarded for his ingenuity with a Large collection dead rats. The people Newark have drilled 2,3s3 feet and have just penetrated the Rock Sand and two Hundred feet water Rose in the Well and the smell Gas was Strong. They lit a piece rope and threw it into the Mouth the Well and instantly a fiame shot up about fifteen feet and the flow is constantly increasing. Drilling has been suspended to repair machinery when they will resume business again. The citizens Are very jubilant. The Liberty and right league Cleveland has fallen out with the English press for not advocating their rights. They criticise the Plain dealer for taking a position against them the sunday closing ordinance. The Plain dealer scores them for asking unreasonable things such As keeping open saloons sunday. The leage threaten to organize a new party and perhaps politics will not have such smooth sailing after All. Judge Nichols in his decision the error Case carried up from the mayors court Wellsville gave the personal Liberty club a Black Eye. Lie branded it As a club Dodge a Plain violation the letter and the spirit the Law. He said that it was an insult to the intelligence any court to ask it to hold that such schemes were lawful. The court refused leave to file a petition in error which causes considerable consternation in the club. As mrs. Samuel Schlup started to her Home West High Street Friday night about 9 clock she noticed a Man standing the Side walk near John Burry a dwelling and that lie came up the Street close behind her but she suspected no harm and after passing the House John w. King at the Alley the would be robber seized mrs. Schlup around the Waist with one clasping his hand Over her Mouth and threw her to the ground and then grabbed for her watch. She anticipated the intention the Rascal and grabbed her watch As he threw her to the pavement and held her Down. The Rascal was then compelled to use both hands and took the one from her Mouth thus giving her an Opportunity to Screan which brought Silas Compton and others to her Rescue. On the approach help he gave up the Job and ran Down the Alley without the watch and made Liis escape in the darkness. A Man by the name Wesley Creal was arrested and placed in the lock up As filling the description Given by the woman. On saturday Creal was Given a hearing but mrs. Schlup exonerated Creal and said lie was not the Man that the Man making the assault was a smaller one. The guilty party is still at Large. Mrs. Schlup is somewhat nervous from fright but it is hoped will soon be restored to her Normal condition. It seems As though the Devil was Loose last Friday night and was operating through several demons else filled one to Over lowing with Devi try. The same evening some villain assaulted a lady North Broadway Between 9 and 10 clock lie came up behind her and caught her arms but she jerked Loose from him and ran into the residence Hugh Mitchell. She was much frightened and As soon As she could talk gave a statement what had happened. She said the Man wore a Small soft hat. That fellow also escaped. We learn that some one the same evening came up behind two Young ladies East Avenue near . Thos. Smiths House and caught them but they got away and ran. Whether All these assaults were by the same person by different ones is not known and the intent in the latter cases can Only be surmised but in the first Case robbery was no doubt the intention. Last Friday evening was very dark and no lights the Street and it afforded a Good Opportunity for such tricks. We ought to have the Gas lit dark nights even if it is in the a a Light the Moon a As very Cloudy nights make it nearly As dark As any other nights. We would suggest a neck tie party for the first villain caught at found guilty such conduct. Our town has heretofore been noted for its safety to women the Street and a great Effort should be made to capture the villains and preserve the Good reputation our usually quiet City. Some miscreant entered the German printing office the same evening that the above crimes were committed took a Case Type and threw it Over into . Chapins Garden. The Type course were a a pied a and it would Cost More to pick it up and distribute it again than it is Worth. If the party is caught we Hope . Minnig will see that lie is provided with a free pass to Columbus. It so frequently occurs that circus shows arc no More than Mere pictorial scenes paper flaming advertisements and a representation what was never to take place but such was not the Case with Wallace amp cons. Circus menagerie and museum show monday. The town was thronged with people to see the Parade which was indeed attractive especially so account its excellent representation Fine horses various colors. The specimens were most Beautiful and added greatly to the Beauty the Parade. The bands Calliope and Many cages animals were noted features the Parade. In the afternoon and evening the show was attended by a Large crowd who were highly pleased and spoke in unusual Praise the Many new and daring feats performed. The leap from the trapeze and the lady suspending herself by the Teeth Only holding a strap in the Mouth attached to a Pulley while descending a Cable from the top the Center pole to the ground at great Speed were among the new and dangerous acts performed and brought Forth great applause. In fact the entire program was fully up to All expectations. This show was especially noticeable for the absence vulgarity from the clowns and the refined manner in which All parts it was conducted and More especially account the polite and attentive manner the officials and managers. The same May be said the labourers and All. Or. Willis Cobb the press manager is a Host within himself in entertaining people and looking after the interests the show. This is one the few shows that can leave a town with the Good will and Best wishes the people and should be welcomed everywhere. On monday show Day four five gamblers carried quite successfully for awhile their swindling schemes the Public Square. They succeeded in fleecing several Farmers. The officers finally arrested them and they were lodged in the Loch a for awhile and then discharged after they had paid the costs and something extra As a penalty. The query in our mind is Why one party the owners the gambling device should be pulled and not the parties who were foolish enough to bite at their game. Are the latter class not equally As guilty ? suppose these Farmers had won would they not have walked off with the Money the same As the gamblers ? these gambling institutions Are All one sided and in favor the owners and they Only lose when they want to throw out a bait. We have no sympathy for those who get fleeced. We know one Man losing $300, another $30, and another $190, and still there were others. Or. Root this City specialist chronic diseases will be at the principal hotel at new Cumberland Ohio from Friday noon till saturday noon june 10th and 11th. Also same Days july 8th and 9th, and monthly thereafter. Lonest goods at lowest prices at Fribley amp cons new store new Philadelphia The subject Rev. Cooke a Sermon next Sabbath morning will be a Flowers and their we have received a very interesting letter from Washington d. C., too late for publication this week but it will appear in our next. Andrew Crawford Post and Many citizens this place took part in the decoration services old town Valley last sunday. The thriving Little town Louisville Stark county has a new hotel that is said to be a credit to the town. Or. Carlisle is the proprietor. Or. S. R. Breed Toronto Ohio has rented the property East front Street known As the Kennedy property and will move to new Philadelphia about june 10th. Or. Breed belongs to the homeopathic school and will enter upon his practice in this City. T. W. Mcdermott veterinary surgeon and graduate Ontario veterinary College has located in new Philadelphia and will engage in the practice his profession. His office is Over Lotzen Heiser a drug store. He comes Well recommended and Farmers and horse owners will do Well to Call him. Thieves broke in and ransacked Geo. Taylor a House North Broadway monday night while the folks were at the show. They made a thorough search for valuables but Only succeeded in finding pocket Book containing $1.75 in Money. We did not learn How the thief affected an Entrance. It looks very much now As though Hon. Allen g. Thurman will be nominated for govenor without his consent trusting to his acceptance afterwards. The press All Over the state is for Thurman and nearly All the political leaders Are for him. It is the safest thing for the democracy to do. He will get the full support the party and Many republicans and will carry Ohio. Or. W. A. Secrist lately canal Dover is another those specimens humanity who will take a paper and never intend to pay for it. He left the state about two months ago owing us for the paper for Over a year. We want the Public to know who will do such things and we have a few others whom we will give the Benefit a notice in the near future. Lewis Welty and stanly Swaby both this City and worthy Young men have returned from the Cincinnati Law school having graduated. They both stood High in their class. They Are now full fledged lawyers and As graduates that school Are entitled to admission without further examination. All they Lack now is to take the obligation an attorney. We wish them Success where Ever they put their Shingle out. The Brave soldiers who Are sleeping in the new Philadelphia cemetery were kindly remembered the 30th, by the citizens new Philadelphia and Vicinity. Their Graves were decorated with Flowers the tribute respect and love and while they Are unconscious what is going the act lives to teach the coining generations the respect due to our country a defenders and to inspire that patriotism which insures a safeguard to our government and free institutions. Many the old soldiers who wore the Blue marched to the tune Fife and drum. Some with muskets followed by the sons veterans and Broom brigade who were joined by the procession school children and civilians making a vast throng with Floral tributes proceeded to the City the dead and in solemn manner consecrated their love anew to the martyrs Freedom and a United people. Enjoy life. What a Beautiful world we live in nature gives us grandeur mountains Glens and oceans and thousands Means enjoyment. We can desire no better when in perfect health but How often do the majority people feel like giving it up disheartened discouraged and worn out with disease when there is no occasion for this feeling As every sufferer can easily obtain satisfactory proof that greens August Flower will make them free from disease As when born. Dyspepsia and liver complaint Are the direct causes Sev Enty Tive per cent such maladies As bilious Ness indigestion sick headache Cost Veness nervous prostration dizziness the head palpitation the heart and other distressing symptoms. Three doses August Flower will prove its wonderful effect. Sample bottles 10 cents. Try it. 9yl the Grant relics. The Grant relics which have been for several months safely guarded in one the private rooms the National museum Are now Public exhibition. Recently two handsome Plush lined cases filled with articles from the collection were placed in the North Lull the museum near the main Entrance. They contained the presentation swords Gold headed canes caskets medallions and Many other costly and elegant articles presented by different people at different times to general Grant. Many these articles souvenirs his trip around the world. There is a splendid collection japanese coins one series seven pieces old japanese Gold coins huge size being valued at $5,000. There Are also invitation cards menu cards and reminders entertainments Given in his Honor engrossed Gold plates. One invitation card to a masked Ball Given it san Francisco upon general Grants arrival at that City his return from his famous tour is engraved solid Gold and was enclosed in a Silver envelope with the address engraved upon it. In the right hand Corner is a two cent stamp and in the left the usual a a if not delivered in ten Days return to a Etc. The articles shown besides their historical interest Are great intrinsic american. Personal mention. Judge Pearce delivered the decoration Day address at canal Dover. A. R. Holmes Post office inspector Sun Dayed at his Home in this City. Rev. T. W. Ander Suji was in new Philadelphia visiting old acquaintances last saturday. Our old Friend Conrad Biteler called us yesterday and enrolled in the great army the times. Peter link grocery Man is the sick list with dropsy and unable to attend to business. We Hope he May soon recover. _ mrs. Jacob Heinz formerly this City is visiting her daughter mrs. Julius c. Dittmar. She accompanied miss Lizzie Heinz from Wellsville Ohio. Or. George Linzbach a staunch Democrat Goshen township and who is serving the Petit jury this term made the times office a social Call yesterday and added his name to the list. iss Ida Slou Gilman who has been in Akron for the past two years left for Shanesville wednesday after a two weeks visit with her relatives in this City. She will make her Home with . And mrs. Zollars. Miss Lizzie Heinz who left Here last october to visit her Mother in Germany returned to new Philadelphia last tuesday and is the guest her Niece mrs. Julius c. Dittmar. Miss Lizzie made the trip to the old country and Back alone. _ mrs. J. A. D. Richards has gone to Wichita Kansas to engage in the practice Medicine. Or. Richards will remain Here until the closing the present term court and will then locate in Wichita where his partner . Wilson recently opened an office. Or. Wilt Brown who has been in Idaho for the past six years gave the times office a pleasant Call yesterday in company with his brother. He arrived too late to see his father who died a Short time ago. Or. Brown thinks the Tuscarawas Valley is As Fine a spot As any place in the West. Obituaries. Rosana daughter Jacob and Barbara Bippus departed this life the evening the 27tli ult., at the Home her father in this City. She was born at Ragersville in this county May 16th, 1861, and was consequently at the time her death Twenty six years age. Rosa As she was familiarly known in the family Circle and among her intimate friends was a Trail delicate child and although matured into a Beautiful Young lady she never grew Strong and several years ago exhibited drops Cal tendencies As the result a derangement the heart. During the past Winter her health became completely broken and she was prostrated by that fell disease which terminated her life. In her infancy she was dedicated to god in holy baptism and when fifteen years age was received into communion the German Church this City through the rite confirmation and last easter transferred her membership to the English lutheran Church and received the holy communion at her Home not being Able to attend services in the Church. Her consecration to Christ was thorough and her Faith in him was firm and abiding. Her sufferings especially for the last few Days her life were very severe but she bore them with True Christian heroism and in perfect submission. Through All her sickness she was Calm and cheerful and frequently spoke her readiness and willingness to depart and be with her lord. Hers was a Beautiful Christian life followed by a triumphant death. Died saturday morning last at the residence her daughter mrs. Belle Ashbaugh this City mrs. Lydia Emerson wife the late . Robert Emerson aged 68 years. Her death came wholly unexpected to the people this City and her Many friends. She had been sick but a Short time with Bowel trouble. The deceased was in near Gnadenhutten and had always lived in this county. She joined the m. E. Church at the age sixteen. All who knew mrs. Emerson can truly testify to the fact that she had been a consistent member the Church a devoted Christian lady a Good neighbor a True and Loving Mother and in fact possessed All the crowning emblems a True Christian. She was conscious to the last and was possessed that peaceful knowledge eternal happiness the Reward the just. She leaves seven children five whom were present to look upon the departed Mother for the last time. She was interred in this cemetery sunday. Harp the a a ferret business. A Indianapolis Indiana May 13. Omit is known As the a a ferret business received a Black Eye from the attorney general to Day in an opinion to the effect that county commissioners have no right to contract with parties to look up Sequest rated property that this business devolved wholly upon the treasurers and it was the duty these officers to look up taxes omitted property with additional compensation. All contracts with a a ferrets Are held by him to be illegal and void further that taxes omitted property Are not delinquent taxes still again that in such cases the treasurer is entitled to no More compensation than the Law gives for the Ordinary collection taxes. What will the attorney general Ohio say about the commissioners this state making contracts with experts to ferret out omitted property and receive a Good share the tax for services. If it is the treasurers duty in Indiana to look after this omitted property and receive the Ordinary collection fee for such services Why not in this state. Deliberate murder. Fowler Stoddard a prominent citizen Dayton assassinated. Dayton o., May 31. Dayton was intensely excited by the assassination to night Fowler Stoddard the widely known Stoddard manufacturing company a universally popular and esteemed citizen. The tragedy is inexplicable except non the theory that the victim was mistaken for another Man with whom he was talking at the time. One Chubb registered As a labourer but an object police attention deliberately stepped up to Stoddard who was conversing with two other citizens and shot him in the left ear the Ball lodging the right Side the head. Or. Stoddard had no knowledge the Assassin. The latter ran away but was soon arrested in an adjacent cellar and claimed that the shooting was accidental. Witnesses testify to his deliberate firing and flight. At Midnight Stoddard a mind was unsettled and the surgeons appeared to think his Case was hopeless. Stoddard is a relative the Sherman. Train wreckers shot. A week ago a train the mexican National Railroad ran Over and killed a mexican near Pat Zuaro. The friends the dead Man undertook to retaliate and put a big Rock a curve. The engine a passenger train struck it and an american Engineer was injured and a mexican fireman killed. A squad mexican Gen do armes were instructed to bring in every person suspected any complicity whatever any information. Thirty three arrests were made. The investigation resulted in the selection three victims and sentence was immediately passed. Shortly after Sunrise wednesday morning the three were marched to the scene the disaster stood up before the Adobe Wall and a file soldiers at ten paces Distant fired a Volley at them. The men fell at the first fire. A sergeant stepped Forward to the bodies put a revolver close to each head and blew out their brains. The corpses Lay for sometime where they fell As a warning against More train wrecking and were buried near the scene the wreck. Greatly excited. Not a few the citizens new Philadelphia have recently become greatly excited Over the astounding facts that Many 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 . 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 Jiller songs drugstore. Large bottles $1.00. Stone Creek Post office. Letters for the following named persons remain at this office uncalled for june 1. Frank Hinton Samuel Hampp foreign Rev. F. A. Mark foreign John Roth. When calling for the above letters please say that they Are a a j. W. Rolli p. Unclaimed letters. Stark county has ten railroads in All about 400 Miles Road. This goes some ways the tax Herald. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office May 31, 1887 p. J. Osterman Eusebius a Haefeli Walter Davis j. I. Thompson Emily m. Lytle and Mollie Huron. E. P. Degrief p. A card thanks. Jacob Bippus and family desire to thank their neighbors and Many friends for their kindness and assistance during the sickness and death their daughter Rosa. J. Bippus. Boston girls a a do you Admire Haw Thorne a new York girls a ooh my yes i think it is great when we were at Saratoga i used to drink two big glasses it every morning before we Are showing the finest line table Linen towels and napkins Ever seen in new Philadelphia and our prices Are guaranteed to suit the most economical buyers at Fribley amp cons. The reason Why Fribley amp co. Sell dry goods at such bargains is that they sell for Cash. You should make a note this. Remember special bargains in All kinds dry goods. For very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per cent interest investment. Also other desirable lots and properties. John a. Himes new Philadelphia 18tf special bargains in groceries at Fril Ley amp cons. For instance 20 lbs sugar for $1.00 20 lbs. Rice for $1.00, and All other groceries proportionately Low. I have for Sale Trade a Good flouring Mill in the state Iowa. It is a paying property. Call at the times office for information. Of elegant embroidered Buck kid gloves in All the popular shades at 75 cts., former Price $1.00, at Fribley amp cons new Cash store. Henry Ward Beecher politics. Rude Force All manner uproarious selfish passions and base frauds secreted blossoming out upon the skin these Are characteristic our Public Aff airs. But they Are exactly what we should expect would characterize the administration Man separated from the direct influence woman. Without the amelioration which women a nature is capable producing upon him Man stands As Trees stand in this wintry night Strong enough Root Strong enough trunk and Strong Branch hut without a Leaf and without a Blossom. They cast no Shade and Are Black rugged and cheerless As bachelors must needs always Lee no summer comes to Man till leaves come and blossoms come. And As it is in the individual As it is in the family so it is in civil and Public affairs. The masculine element whatever strength it May have whatever cogency lower human Wisdom Wisdom relating to material ties is deficient in heroic Justice in disinterested kindness in real moral refinement. These Are the very elements which our Public affairs need. Woman is appointed for the refinement the race. She is gods secular ordinance for purity arid goodness. Shall we understand her Power and employ it directly shall we ignorantly and by Accident take her indirect usefulness a Henry Ward Beecher. Calling out the reserves. Hosiery and gloves in endless variety at prices lower than Ever before thought at Fribley amp co�?Ts., no. 13, South Broadway. On and after March 22d, i will have $8,000 to loan for three five years secured by first mortgage Tuscarawas county farms. 9 John a. Himes. We offer no old shelf worn out style goods but every article new fresh and clean at Fribley amp cons new store. Cali Coes muslims Gingham All new at popular prices at Fribley amp cons new store. During past years the Brave women who pioneered the equal suffrage Muvie Merit and whose perceptions a it Justice were keen As a Damascus Blade took for their rallying cry a taxation without representation is but the average woman who has nothing to he taxed declined to go Forth to Battle that Issue. Plain practical Temperance people have begun appealing to this same average woman saying a a with your vote we can close the saloons Itiat tempt your boys to ruin a and tie hold they have transfixed with the Arrow conviction that mothers heart and she is ready for the fray. 2�?o rights but duties not her need alone but that her children and her country not the a woman a but the a a human a question is stirring woman a hearts and breaking Down their prejudice to Day. For they lie Gin to perceive the divine fact that civilization in proportion As it becomes christianize will make increasing demands upon creations gentler half that the ten commandments and the Sermon the mount Are voted up voted Down upon election Day and that a military exigency requires the army Prince peace to Call out its reserves. A Francis H Illard. The question w Hether a woman is legally a person has come up before the to Itsal different times and has been decided m the affirmative in the negative according to the liberality conservatism tin judges. Thus in Massachusetts where properly qualified a a persons were entitled to practice Law the supreme court decided that miss Lelia j. Robinson though properly qualified was not a person and a special act the legislature had to be passed to enable her to practice. Now for the first time the question has Arisen whether a Man is a person. Give Samuel Clark recently arrested and bound Over to the grand jury Tor being found in a disorderly House in Iowa was released a writ Hareas Corpus tried before judge Given. The grounds for the decision were that the word person As used in the statute does not apply to a Man found in such a House hut Only to women. The Iowa Tribune caustically says a a in other words a woman is a person when the Law wishes to punish her but a Man equally guilty is not a person. Again election Day a woman is not a person because voting is to be gone but a Man it a person and has the privilege making Laws and electing judge Given to interpret i know that Many cultivated and refined women say they do not want women to vote because they do not want to increase the amount ignorant suffrage. I respect the intelligence and refinement the ladies who make such remarks hut 1 Liei Ieve that most moral questions woman is Likely to be More intelligent and certainly More disinterested than Cook. Miss Andrews one the Wellesley professors knows hawaiian and greeted Queen Kapiolani with a complimentary speech in her native Tongue when the Queen visited the College. The keening record says a it will now be let believed by outsiders that if she a herself should a it ear among us there would be found some one ready to Welcome her in her own mrs. Agnew and mrs. Dodge the two women Meliers the new York school Board pay particular attention to the sanitary condition the schools and to All matters relating to the Comfort the buildings. They notice Little defects which escape the attention men. The janitors Are said to be Dis moved when asked to show the cellars. One the most surprising and uncomfortable tendencies the period is exemplified by the fact that an a alumni dinner was lately Given in Chicago by alumni the Northwestern University a strictly coeducational school to which not an Alumna was invited. Query had alter dinner smoke anything to do with it. The Connecticut legislature has passed a Bill making women eligible to serve school boards. Women perform such service acceptably in Many other states and in spite the dismal predictions the opposition the foundations society in Connecticut Are not Likely to be seriously shaken. The Legal Mill. Reassignment jury cases. Monday june 6. 1-0�?william Wingate is Zebu Ion p Sparks. 121�?same is same. Tuesday j Une 7. 124�?Jacob Foehl is Isaac beavers. Wednesday june 8. 142�?callie Abbuhl is John Erwin. 147�?Lizzie Severn is Jacob w Stoody. 151�?same is same. Thursday j Une 9. 152�?hawk Tracy is the american express co 167�?elmer b Reece is George Rise. Friday j Une 10. 191�?zachariah Stoner is school District no. 2, Washington township. 197�?j t Donnell trustee is c b Harvey it Al. 198�?same As guardian is same. Saturday june 11. 201�?Mary Jones Ernst Schmidt. 221�?George w Goudy it Al the merchants my fire ins co. Monday j Une 13. 222�?Geo w Goudy it Al is the it it Hio Mutual ins co. Tuesday j line 14. 90�?jennie Bailey it Al is Bertha Myers it Al. Proceedings. Cat Harine Burgess is Sarah Hasbrook it Al writ partition real estate granted. William Lehner is Robert Lynn settled by agreement judgment $35 and costs. In the matter amendment Rule practice no. 8, notice to take deposition a Day in term the Day before the commencement the term not being deemed reasonable notice but upon application and notice being Given to opposite party the court May suspend such Rule upon the same being journal Zed. John Mark Ley it Al is Geo w Meese trial to court pleadings and testimony finding for defendant and against plaintiff petition dismissed. Thomas Thompson is Richard Keffer trial to court pleadings and testimony finding Tor defendant and against plaintiff petition dismissed injunction vacated. S e Middleton guardian is Frank Fleck it Al executors plaintiff s demurrer overruled plaintiff to reply july 1. Alda j Fleck is Frank Fleck it Al plaintiffs demurrer to second defense de fondant a answer overruled plaintiff to reply july 1. Augustus Wilheimin Deis motion defendant to dissolve injunction sustained injunction dissolved. The citizens a National Bank is w e Case co Novit judgment $652.60. Richard Cotton is Leonard Goodman tried to court pleading and evidence finding for plaintiff for reformation deed finding for defendant and against plaintiff for $124.50. The Farmers and merchants Bank Uhrichsville is Nancy Wallace mandate from supreme court reversing District court and finding for Bank its mortgage Lien remanded to common pleas for execution judgment. Continued. City Bank new Philadelphia is Frederick r Bigler. Same is same. Caleb Jones is John Derfer. William Hamilton is Peter Petry. Winfield s Nelson is Benjamin Cable. George e Campbell is Warner Lappin Case remanded to probate court for proceeding at request parties. Valentine Haas is Michael Haas writ partition real estate granted and confirmed and order Sale ordered. Frank e Smith is George w Mathias motion continuance sustained at the Cost defendant. Christian stauffer is m t Kolin trial to jury verdict for plaintiff. John i it it it tis is a Lex France it Al trial to court finding that auditor Ash Haugh a tax deed to Daniel Korns Daniel Korns and wife to John i Otis auditor Kinsey a tax deed to John 1 Otis annulled extinguished and held for naught As to the Legal title Levi and Philip France to the real estate Jane France other than a Lien $100 for taxes penalty and interest which is a Lien against the estate aforesaid plaintiff to pay costs proceedings. Elsie p. Buckingham successfully manages a fruit farm several Hundred acres in California and urges other women to take up the same kind work for which she thinks women Are Well fitted. Delaware has raised the age Protection from seven years to fifteen. Transfers real estate. 1 As a a ail tiled in tit office the 1 reorder deeds. Fred Wentz it Al to Frank Wible part lot 20, Dover $800. Jas. Tracy to Milton Armstrong lots 46 and 47, Newport a to. .la4. Tracy to Milton Armstrong lots 3 and 4, Newport $200. Harvey in Wright to Milton Armstrong 1 acre Mill township $700. James Tracy to Mary Armstrong 1 Rod 17 perches Mill township $75. Robert Caples to Milton Armstrong lots 43 and 14, Mill township $30. Bus. F. Holden to George w. Rice lot 5, Mineral City $250. J. Estep to Levenia Mcferren lots 388, 391, 392 and 393, Uhrichsville $2,850. Mathew j. Purcell to Helen i. Purcell strip land Dennison $1,000. L. And John Torode to Hugh Allen 3 acres. Goshen township $1,800. Henry decibels . To Mary Deibel 86 and 62-100 acres Jefferson township $575. Duffet Chadwell to Daniel Sawyer 20 acres Washington township $600. Abraham Gerber to Abraham Doney 2 acres Franklin township $60. Rudolph Zehnder to David Gerber 95 acres Wayne township $3,193. Henry j. Scherff to Christian Morgel lot 9, Dover $1,000. Aaron Shull to Sarah Davis 2 and 27-100 acres York township $247,70. Dangerous science. A few results recent French experiments in hypnotism. You have frequently noticed the study what is called hypnotism by prof. Charcot and his chef de Clinique m. Babinski at the Salpetrier Hospital Here writes a Paris correspondent the new York medical journal. The Nancy school Lias done much to unravel As far As possible these unexplained mysteries which under the name mesmerism remained so Long the objects simple curiosity and amusement but the Phenomena hypnotism Are now being submitted to rigorous scientific investigation and it is seen How vast Tho Field is and How Many medical and social problems the study raises. Whether not the use magnets for transferring such symptoms from one patient to another will Ever amount to any thing real value Only time can show. At any rate hypnotism a a suggestions to Tho hypnotized patient is a subject medical investigation that has attracted a great Deal attention among All classes Here owing to the fact that its Medico Legal aspect is now under examination. It is easy to see that it is possible for an individual to acquire an unlimited Power action upon another so As to be Able to impose his will upon him and cause him to do whatever to likes. If this can to proven the sphere the Legal responsibility will to greatly modified. Public opinion in Franco has been much moved by these matters and Tho government was urged to appoint a committee to examine into the question. This has been done and Tho committee is holding sittings every thursday at Tho Salpetrier Hospital. The committee is composed magistrates and professors mental Medicine with . V. Brouarde the Paris professor Legal Medicine. The principal questions so far examined into Are the following can a person cause another when in a state hypnotism to sign receipts for Money not received can a person in the same Stato to forced against his her will to draw a will in favor any body the Mode experimentation is As follows a female patient mile. A., is forced into the lethargic sleep by pressure 011 a suggested hypnotic Point when by slight friction Trio forehead she passes into the somnambulist in state. Prof. Brouarde then approaches her and asks her if she will accept a loan fifty francs. At first she refuses but the suggestion being forced upon her she gradually weakens and finally consents to accept the offer. A stamped receipt is then drawn up with every possible Legal precaution and the patient herself is quite anxious that there should to no mistakes about it. Flip then signs it and . Brouarde puts his hand into his pocket but does not offer to give her the Money. She is then awakened and a know Leges that the receipt was signed by her but can not remember under what circumstances she signed it whether not she got the Money. Legally the receipt is quite valid and according to Tho present Law the Holder it could collect payment if the signer had any property Means payment. In regard to 111c second matter that compelling a person to draw up a will in a certain Way the Experiment was equally successful. Mile. 15. Is plunged into the hypnotic state and . Babinski then tells her that it is absolutely necessary for her to make her will at one j and in his favor. She objects at first say my she is too Young to die Etc. This lasts about ten minutes and she goes to say also that she wishes to give her property to her Mother and other relations but after persistent persuasion and keeping up Tho suggestion that it is belter to Ltd give every thing to it a. Babinski sin at last b a gins to weaken and finally accepts the proposition saying that her property consists about thirty francs that she has saved and that she has a ring a brooch and a pair ear rings. All this her sole property she then Agnos to bequest h to . Babinski and tie next thursday is appointed for the signing 1.1� a a will. A notary is to draw up tin document and she will sign it. Moreover . suggests to her to say nothing about i it to any one in the meantime and to say when asked that she acted her own free will and consent and that she was not forced to act by anybody. The appointed Day arrives and it is noticed that the girl has been rather Ligety and nervous since Early morning and says she Lias something to do but does not remember exactly what it is. On being put into the somnambulist in state however she remembers her pro Mise and when one the bystanders is introduced As a lawyer she immediately draws up her will and gives All that she has to the doctor. This is fully witnessed and then the lawyers the committee question her As to whether she is acting with Complete Freedom and As to whether she has been urged to the a she replies in d she has done it All her own free Wim that she knows she has a poor family but she would rather give every t Iling so has to . Babinski. She it avs however that she is obliged to do it. But when asked for what reason can not Tel what n Sho is awakened she repeats the same Story. One the curious sides this matter is shown in the journal 1/ Nims which seems to see a terrible heresy in the study hypnotism anti denounces Tho new science As a dangerous to in his studies m. Charcot called in the Aid instantaneous photography and to has a a taken his patients in every phase and attitude their complaints. Afterwards when the history the maladies was hunted up it. Was found that triese attitudes were precisely those represented in certain ancient works Art. All who know i Rof. Charcot Well know that to is something an Artt himself. To has a great taste for Art and every year when travelling to has visited old churches Ulm museums. To has been struck at finding that old Oliuer h paintings portraying the lives saints and those who Are supposed to to a possessed a represented exactly the appearances that instantaneous photography revealed in his hysterical patients. This idea was followed up and Long search proved that paintings by Andrea Del Sarto. Rubens a Rosalli Van Noort and Many nth Josof Tho old masters were simply e it pies from nature faithfully representing the convulsions hysterical men and women. Tonsoni Hal artist in . The Barber business in Germany is far different from what it is in the american country. There every one does not go to the Barber shop when he wants to he shaved. The Best Barbers have course a regular custom at the e shops but they also have three four employees Whoso business it is to attend to the outside Trade that is they go around from House to House and attend to the wants certain customers. This class customers have their own cups and razors and Are waited at such times As Best suits their convenience. They Are the aristocrats and would no More think going m and taking a chair in a Barber shop and waiting their turn than they would blacking 1 heir own shoes. These men generally pay from eight to ten dollars per Vea it for the service rendered reports times Civ v., june 2, 1887. i Ati Rit y a 10 a a a a suck. 1 25 a a Best family ubi. $ 4 45 a a a Iii a sack. 1 15 m Vav . 1 50 wheat 5 Bushel. 85 corny new Bushel. 40 Oats my a by Hel. 27 Rye Bushel. Iff butter a a pm Pound. 60 12 1. 1 to Zei. 10 buckwheat flour Pound. 03 hams a Pound. 10 shoulders a Pound. 07 sides 4 Pound. 07 lauds a Pound. 07 tallow 4 Pound. 34 beef�?j4 Pound. 07 5 15 Salt Goshen barrel. 1 15 White Lime barn 1. 1 00 Akron cement�?4 barrel .1 35 calcined plaster a barrel. 2 25 band plasterer 4 ton. 9 00 a a a a �?"f4 barrel 1 50 potatoes 4 Bushel new 2500040 dried peaches a Bushel .1 65 rags 4 Pound. 01 onions Bushel. 50 ii Aye ton new. 8 00 Timothy seed 4 Bushel .2 25 Wool. _ 30 fertilizers 4 ton. 35 00

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