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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - June 9, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday june 9, 1887. Number 24. Official directory. Congress. State senator. District. Beriah Wilkins Ueo. W. Crites common pleas judges a go a a county. Representative Francis Ankney probate . W. Yeagley prosecuting attorney. F. Wilkins . Figert . W. Bowers w. Kinsey t Treasu roti olm Meyers. R Cordero. To. Neumann j s. Ruler commissioners it w. E. Lash new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday june 9, 1887. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. City. Benner 0. La. Hoover Ozias Delong it j. Porter l. Krautz Sec Daniel Korns. James la. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Tietzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Welly. Fletcher Douthitt. Ii. P. Scott. Mayor cd Erk marshal Street commissioner a Council names. Daniel Krebs. James w Stow George Bear. I Isaac Coots. Henry Deible. T Richardson. R ii Galbraith t k Robinson. T r Rankin. L s wins Cli. A. Timmerman s y Hen Licker. Is Mckinney. Win e Beck. Samuel c in ii be j la Gardner. T j Stocker. J w Newburg Jos la Hostetter Nich Montag. Wesley m Tracy a. You age ii. Hiram Lehman David Brey met r Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett. John s Spring. Charlesll Ellers John w Rolli. Hugh t Minnis. C w Kinsley. P la Kuhn. s Wagner. J l Baldwin. Fame Warden. Justices. Townships. Post office. Clay. Lock no. 17. Wayne. Dundee. Derry. Cadwallader. Washington Peon. Bucks. Baltic. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Warwick. Tuscarawas. Warren. New Cumberland Franklin. Strasburg. Goshen. Barnhill. Hush. Tippecanoe. Mill. Uhrichsville. Goshen. New Phi lady a. Hush. Gnadenhutten. Clay. Gnadenhutten. Derry. Cadwallader. Fairfield. New Philada a. Sandy. Mineral City. Goshen. New Philada a. 1 Lawrence. Bolivar. Warren. New Cumberland Washington Albany. Wayne. Dundee. York. New Philada a. Hucks. Baltic. Salem. Dort Washington Mill. Uhrichsville. Mill. Dennison. Oxford. Newcomerstown Franklin. Strasburg. Auburn. Eagers Ville. Hover. Canal Dover. Hover. Canal Dover. Hover. Canal Dover. Sandy. Mineral City. Auburn. Hagersville. Warwick. Tuscarawas. Lawrence. Zoar. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Salem. Port Washington Jefferson. Port Washington Fairfield. Zoar station. Jefferson. Stone Creek. Goshen. New Philada a. Oxford. Newcomerstown York. Black band. Union. Uhrichsville. Union Leesville. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 Earthe new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in advances if not paid within six months. I 50 just Quot remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. 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 set tie Bills and give notice to discontinue. Professional directory. T Octor Eda Wilhelmi Mclean gynaecologist. Practice limited to diseases women and children. Office Public Square new Philadelphia 0. 7 j. T. Mclean . Ii Warburton . 13rs. Mclean amp Warburton. Physicians and surgeons. Office and residents Public Square new Phil Plizia Ohio. 7 j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and Resi Denee no.46, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 4syl j 7 Ranc is Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. Cd. Iii song a shaving. Shampooing and hair dressing parlor in basement under Millers drug store North Broadway. New Philadelphia. O. 4syl John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and joining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47yl the democratic state convention will be held in Cleveland Ohio the 20th and 21st july 1887. The delegates each congressional District will Convene at 8 clock p. In. On the 20th, for the purpose electing one vice president from each District and one member for each the various committees. The convention will he called to order at to clock a. Rn., the 21st, to nominate a candidate for governor lieutenant governor two supreme court j judges for Long and Short term auditor state treasurer state attorney general and member Board Public works. The basis representation in this convention is one Delegate to every 500 and one for every fraction 250 votes cast for John Mcbride for Secretary state in november 1886, As follows Tuscarawas county cast 4,259 votes for Mcbride and is entitled under the Rule to nine delegates to the state convention. The total number delegates in the state is 658. The number necessary to a Choice is 330. J. 11 Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl q Amu re Moore attorney at Law. New Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care Iii Tuscarawas. Harrison and adjoining counties. Will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank. Mitchell s dental rooms. The citizens Newcomerstown Are like unto the new philadelphian they thought the z. N. Amp c. Railroad would come by Way Newcomerstown whether they aided them by right Way not and so consoled themselves and scarcely entertained their propositions. But now that the Road is Al it out to he located to Bakersville leaving out Newcomerstown they Are becoming very much excited Over the matter and have called a meeting the citizens to see what can he done to secure the Road ? new philadelphian will Wake up when it is too late if something is not done soon. The unreasonable prices asked As damages places the right Way beyond the reach those who Are willing to Aid in securing it. The citizens ought to Call a meeting and redouble their efforts to raise the right Way. Tell your friends about the excursion to Cleveland going tuesday june 21st. Leave canal Dover 11.32 a in $2. Cleveland excursion c. Amp m. R., tuesday june 21st. Tickets Good seven Days. Leave canal Dover 11 32 a in $2. Invitations Are out announcing the marriage miss Sara Donnell to . Edward Arnold thursday june 21th. Fritz Kuenzi a Young Man old town Valley wishes to hire to a Farmer. For further information Call at this office. Turkey has ceded Cyprus to England. This is like the action a Little Black and Tan dog which cedes a Bone to the big Bull terrier that has come and taken it. The Mariposa Grant in California which has just been sold to Maekey and others for $300,000, was once owned by John c. Fremont who sold it for $800,-000 in Gold. Two weeks ago people complained that it was too dry and wished for rain and now they Are complaining that it is too wet just because it has rained most every Day since. The funeral sex vice president Wheeler took place at Malone n. Y., tuesday. Among the distinguished gentlemen in attendance were r. B. Hays and his son Webb. Done to fail to go to Gnadenhutten the 14th, loth and 16th june. You Are cordially invited. Come with several questions for the a a question Box a to meet your difficulties. Marriage Hells will shortly ring in the neighbourhood school House Street As Well As East High Street and our school Hoard will have to he looking for two lady teachers to fill the vacancies. The people Gnadenhutten and Vicinity extend a Hearty Welcome to All sunday school workers to attend the convention june 14th, loth and 16th. A committee will he present to provide for the entertainment All who come. Personal mention. Or. Andrew Patrick returned this week from Topeka and Wichita Kansas. Our Washington letter mrs. Allen Spicer Marshall Michi Gan is the guest b. P. Scott East Avenue. Miss Sara Donnell has just returned from an extended visit with miss Irwin Baker Louisville Kentucky. Or. Isaac Knisely a prominent attorney Toledo Ohio visited relatives in new Philadelphia this week. Miss Irwin Baker Louisville Kentucky is visiting at the residence Stephen Donnell the Avenue. Crant m itch Ell d. D. S. Formerly instructor sit Philadelphia dental College. City Block new Philadelphia 0. Over in it Tiff s hardware store Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. Jef Gas and Ether administered. Diseases the Mouth and Teeth a specially. I the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. 9yl Church directory. Kansas can give every occupant the United states Throe pecks wheat every year she can give every horse 500 bushels Corn and 75 bushels Oats for his years allowance she can give Fery Man in the United states one half Pound butter every season and she raises Broom Corn in quantities so great As to have a very noticeable effect upon the National Market. The value Field products in Kansas this year will he sufficient to give fifty cents to every Man woman and clo id in the United states. The value live Stock products reaches about one third this amount. The net income from All farm products averages about $1,700 to every farm m the state. i very sunday at 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock p. Iii. Sunday school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lord s Day morning at 10 00 a. In. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 9 clock a. In. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. In. And 7o�?Tclock p. In. Sunday school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. German Reform id a preaching every sunday at 1030a. In. Aud 2 15 p. Rn., 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. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching sabbat i mornings and evenings. United every sunday at 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock p. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. In. Lodge directory m chapter no. .38, r. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniel Getzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, A a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mcilvaine . 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. I. 0.0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. T. J. Zellner. N. G. I. A. Correll rec. Sec a. I. 0. O. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stempfly n. G. P. Skol rec. Sec a. I. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Hail City Block. John Dunn c. P. I. A. Correll scribe. Canton Tuscarawas no. 35, p. a i. 0. 0 f., meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. It. 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. L. Crouch. Adjutant. Royal Arcanum a philos Council meets every first and third Friday each month in knights pythias Harv a. P. A Nimciv Regent. J. H. Officer Secretary. National Union safety Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday each month at a. Ase Max presi we. Bowers Cor. Sec a. The exploring party sent out in Arizona to find out whether there was a Volcano actually produced by the recent earthquakes in the Sierra Madres have returned an report an Active Volcano 14 Miles South East Bay Spe in the Sierra mountains. They could Only Advance within four Miles the Volcano. It continually issues Forth smoke fire lava and boiling water and throws great boulders Down the Mountain Side. The noise is said to he most terrific. Frequent earthquakes Are still to he Felt. Hon. John p. Irish the California editor and a member the democratic National committee claims that if Cleveland is nominated he will carry California by More than the average presidential majority. Cleveland is growing popular All Over the United states and other states heretofore Republican will give him a handsome majority. His administration should he endorsed by All democrats. A fatal explosion occurred the b. It. Railroad at Chester pa., the 7th,just in front the passenger station killing one Man and severely injuring several others including one woman by the flying debris and scalding water. The wrecked engine was scattered for squares away. All members the Tuscarawas co. Democratic Central committee will meet at the commissioners office at new Philadelphia saturday june 25th, at 2 p. Rn., for the purpose naming delegates and alternates to the state and senatorial conventions. T. J. Evans chairman. Frank flatten former editor the Burlington Hawkeye and one the famous 306 that stood by Grant for third term is now bitterly opposed to Blaine. He is pouring hot shot into him. James g. Blaine sailed for Europe the 8th. Ile was accompanied by b. F. Jones chairman the Republican National committee. Candidates for office will do Well to announce their names in the times As it circulates throughout the county. For sorghum Mill arranged for steam horse Power. It is in Good order and will sell for $50. Also an Iron water tank mounted two wheels and will hold six barrels is suit Able for thrashing purposes. Will sell for $40. For information write the times office. Of we Are pleased to learn that our Friend Daniel Wyss this place is do ing quite a lucrative business As nurseryman and Florist. Although his business being mainly confined to Tuscarawas county he has already established a very Fine Trade in other localities. Or. Wyss is hound to he one the leading nurserymen As he is wholly reliable and his orders will he just As he contracted and there will he no fraud practice any one. Or. F. W. Root specialist chronic diseases. Home office at new Philadelphia Ohio. Will be at Eckerty a hotel new Cumberland Friday and saturday this week june 10th and Lith. All persons who have disease the lung stomach kidney liver Bowel disease disease brain nervous system. Those with Catarrh Young men suffering with nervous troubles general debility falling fits women suffering with female affections old men with bladder and kidney trouble. All these should consult with . Root who will make monthly visits to new Cumberland. Minerva acres says that a certain Petit jury Carroll county in two three eases where they failed to agree verdicts were obtained by drawing cuts pitching coppers and turning from a hat a number half dollars and the verdict brought in according to the terms the a a raffle the Side winning would get the verdict. We Are unable to see How far the testimony and charge the court would figure in making up such a verdict. Probably that jury would get As close to what was right in that Way As any other. A ooh what a fall there was my countrymen a from an Advance agent in a 2 for 5 show to that a Spoony dishwasher in a dug out . The above fling at Robert j. Erwood by the editor the Standard is wholly unwarranted and uncalled for and further is untrue. I can say for . Erwood that he hoards with me pays his Hills and is not in my employ. His conduct has been honorable in every respect. As to the restaurant i am willing for the people to judge the place. Dor. Mckenzie. The Twenty second annual commencement the new Philadelphia Union school took place last Friday evening at music Hall. There were nine in the graduating classed. Schwitzer min. Osgood Cora e. Stoody Netta Flora Mary Miller w. I. Knisely Myrtle Shull Kate a. Welty and Justin c. Daugherty. The interest taken in this annual exercise in which the Noble sons and daughters our people take the initial step upon the stage is worthy commit. The Hall was filled to its utmost capacity and then failed to accommodate All who would gladly have listened to the performance. The subjects for the orations and essays were Well chosen and it is Only Justice to say that All were highly creditable. Each performance showed Range thought and evinced training and ability to bring it into use All which reflects great credit to the Many teachers who had had the care and training the Youthful mind. As each performer had finished the Floral tributes began to spread Over the stage in front them until the entire stage was a bed Beautiful Flowers which gladdened the hearts these Young graduates. Excellent music was furnished for the occasion by miss Annie Patrick Nettie Flora Cora Stoody w. D. Knisely will Kennedy Hugh Mitchel Nellie Patrick Fannie Sargent and miss May Wilson. Or. Rivenburg and family Are visiting at the residence . Hull his father in Law Ray Street and will remain several Days. We had the pleasure meeting r. F. Andress sheriff Ashland county yesterday. He looks like a Man Well qualified for the office. James Stephenson Leesville who was one the recent graduates the Cincinnati Law school is visiting friends in new Philadelphia Ohio. Miss Alice Crouch arrived Home this week from new York where she has been attending school. She is preparing for an opera Singer and no doubt will he one the popular singers. Or. De. Moore who used to he a citizen new Philadelphia hut now Wichita Kansas Lias returned to our City for a visit and to recruit his health. Or. Moore Speaks highly the West. W. Ii. Host Sherrodsville was in new Philadelphia last week Legal business. Or. Host has moved his Law office to Sherrodsville and is having a Good practice. Success to you . Host. Mrs. William Raily and children Start East saturday this week to visit her parents before leaving for Wichita where they intend to permanently reside and where . Bailey now is practising his profession. We understand that William Burry has been Busy investing in Wichita interests and new Philadelphia May shortly lose another her Young and Active business men he having disposed his merchant Stock already in order to More successfully engage in Western Enterprise. Miss Ida Lowitz Enizer one our most accomplished and excellent Young ladies after having taken every highest Honor in All Lier classes for scholarship graduated wednesday evening this week from the Steubenville Seminary and after a Short vacation will further pursue a course scholarship in the musical Cadamy Buffalo new York. Married. the lutheran parsonage in Shanesville o., thursday evening May 26,1887, by Rev. J. Dustman Daniel w. Hixon and Catherine e. Shake both Tuscarawas county Obituaries. Mrs. Jane Guthrie Leggett wife Joshua Leggett Beaver dam died saturday last general debility the result old age. She was Horn in Pennsylvania in 1809, and was married to . Leggett March 4th, 1830, and shortly after moved to Tuscarawas county locating near Boxford. They resided there thirty five years and then moved to Beaver dam where they have resided for the last eighteen years upon what is known As the William right farm. Never did a couple enjoy a happier life for so Long a period As did . And mrs. Leggett. They were blessed with nine children All whom survive the Mother and this the mothers was the first funeral procession that Ever left their door and thus is severed the first tender Cord a Happy family during the Long period fifty seven years. Mother Leggett was noted for her True Christian piety. She joined the Church at the age seventeen and during the Long period sixty one years was a devoted member the Church and a practical teacher religion by her daily example. She has won the Victory and is crowned with glory. Her remains were Laid to rest monday in the family vault in the new Philadelphia cemetery. 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 Cleveland excursion via c. Amp m. Ray. Tuesday june 21st. Tickets Good 7 Days. Low round trip rates from All stations. See nearest agent c. It amp m. For further information write j. W. Butler excursion manager Cleveland Time train leaving principal stations with round trip rates As follows canal Dover 11 32 a in Foo. Unclaimed letters. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office june 7, 1887 mrs. Henry Dustine Curtis Erwin. James h. Campbell m. Danion Mit cipo j. D. Gracy s. Greer c. Kassell. E. P. Degrief p. If your buggy Wagon needs painting done to forget that you can get a first class Job done at Charles Houpt a new Philadelphia very cheap. 24w2 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 i received too late for last week. Washington d. C., May 30th, 1887. Editor tuns a this is a Beautiful sunny Day such a Day As would most appropriately harmonize with the All pervading sentiment this essentially patriotic Community while paying another Heartfelt annual tribute to the glorious achievements and untiring Devotion our Soldier dead. The Graves our soldiers at Arlington and other National cemeteries in this Vicinity will to Day be wreathed in flags and Flowers and a decoration Day will abound not Only in the sad offerings and recollections departed heroes hut in smiling faces made doubly glad with the joyous strains patriotic music the accompaniment Many an excursion into the surrounding country. Washington so far As natural Beauty and attractiveness is concerned is certainly at her Best now the very luxuriant growth Flowers interwoven with the most striking garb richest Emerald tint with Broad Well swept streets and avenues elegant lawns and Parks thickly dotted with stately private residences surpassing without doubt any other City in the Union. Here during the past week the a a National j trill a the stars and stripes were everywhere to he seen and the soldiers Many states from the North the East and the West fraternize and walked Arm in Arm with each other and their fellow citizens and soldiers the South in the common rejoicings and Attillia ions a reunited country. Be croakers and political Ohio and other states who have persistently waived the ensa Guined garment during the past two decades proclaiming amending animosity and sectional bitterness should take lessons from the scene i he Gay looking tinsel led uniforms the soldiers the old Dominion the mississippian georgian alabamian texan Lousanian carolinian missourian and the kentuckian constitute with the Ohio boys Wooster Toledo and Cincinnati the Sarsfield guards new Hampshire the trojans new York the Bright hued zouave Chicago the Minnesota and Iowa rifles and the Washington Light infantry a very Gratifying network reciprocal hospitality and sociability in the mess the tent and the Street find flown All thought haunting sectional ism bitterness. I cannot hut too highly commend the idea advanced by the leading journals this City an annual concentration the citizen soldiery the Republic at the nations capital As being not Only a safeguard against a foreign foe and a substitute for a More expensive regular standing army and thus democratic in idea hut productive the very Hest possible fraternal relations Between All the states and identifying All in the love the old Flag its history its associations and the commonness individual anti National interests. To this end suitable appropriations should he made by the various states and by the National government and since the Ohio organizations have already entered into Competition with the militia other states and acquitted themselves so handsomely Why should not the Buckeye state All others in this take the initiative. With the Brief respite president Cleveland is now taking from the arduous duties his office among the lofty Adirondacks and the quieting influence the adjacent streams there conies also a Short cessation among the presidential Staten Akers. The presidents position however with his own party aside from the Small army disappointed office seekers appears to be almost impregnable and continues to improve one which his enemies will find to be a source great Power to him in the next democratic National convention should . Cleveland desire a renomination. The presidents steady adherence to a sound financial policy leaving the country in embarrassed in monetary affairs his Active interference with the schemes Hydra headed monopolies in the preservation and restoration the Public Domain his adherence to a proper civil service regime with its recent application among old and new employees to promotions in the various departments the government daily growing stronger in the Confidence and endorsement the people his recommendation for and Well known sympathy with a proper revision the old War Tariff iniquity and a consequent reduction a useless surplus in the Treasury his recent denunciations fraud at the ballot Box and refusal to recognize criminals this class with the presidential Pardon his statesmanlike appreciation the new England fisheries question and the marked liberality and promptitude his administration in the granting pensions to the soldiers and sailors the Republic certainly claim the respectful and Earnest endorse ment his party. With the agitation the labor question its rights and its errors the exposure the inhuman and heartless mine owners in Western Pennsylvania and others elsewhere which a few the More influential democratic journals Are giving that subject coupled with the flattering compliments paid the president by that distinguished Knight labor . Powderly it May fairly be set Down that the democratic administration and the party have already struck the keynote to Success and that a reasonable though Well defined policy reassuring to labor Erand capitalist alike will be one the principal planks in the next National democratic platform. If such proves to he the truth hut a Little the history that great party has been written. Observer. The Legal Mill. Who the taxes reassignment jury cases. Thursday june 9. I Jjo Hawk amp Tracy is the american express co. 167�?elmer b Reece is George Crise. Friday june to. 191�?zachariah Stoner is school District no. 2, Washington township. 197�?j t Donnell trustee is c b Harvey it a1. 198�?same As guardian is same. Saturday j Tine 11. 201�?Mary Jones v Ernst Schmidt. 221�?George w Goudy it a1 v the merchants my fire ins co. Monday june 13. 222�?geo w Cloudy it a1 is the Ohio Mutual ins co. Tuesday j Une 14. 90�?jennie Bailey it a1 is Bertha Myers it a1. Proceedings. Ohio is John and William Allis indictment for grand larceny and receiving stolen goods Ollied. Catharine Burgess is Sarah Glasbrook appraise rent confirmed Sale ordered. A t Miller is Rachel a runner settled each party to their own costs. Letetia Clark by Alfred English is Lambert Fribley dismissed. The Ohio Farmers insurance co is the incorporated Village new Philadelphia tried to court finding for insurance co judgment $132.80. Jennie Bailey it a1 is Bertha Myers Rule no. 8 suspended to take depositions at Canton and in Dover township. Rachel a Burner is Aaron t Miller trial to jury verdict for defendant. Alice j Reed and f m is Lucy a Van Lehn confirmation real estate sold order revaluation real estate sold for want bidders. John Sherman in his Springfield speech was a Little hazy the Tariff question. He went so far As to say that revenues must be reduced but beyond suggesting that the duty sugar should be repealed did not offer anything practical. But in the course his speech he made one statement that is directly contradicted by the official facts. He said As to the programme the Republican party we levied a duty the remaining two thirds sufficient to raise All the Revenue need Al almost exclusively articles that competed with Home products. In this Way we so protected our industries that nearly every article common use the farm in the workshop the household is made Iii this country. Nearly All the articles except sugar from which this Large Revenue is derived Are articles luxury mainly consumed by the Rich. Now this is a Stock Republican argument hut it is a misstatement fact. In 1886 the customs revenues amounted to $188,379,397. The duties arising from articles luxury a a mainly consumed by the Rich a As . Sherman puts it were As follows works Art. $629,191 carriages parts thereof 89,728 clocks and watches 356,504 All fancy articles. 2,456,398 Gold and Silver manuf. 167,575 jewelry precious stones 900,474 liquors spirits wines .7,194,147 musical instruments .358,093 manufactured Silks. 13,938,096 in tobacco and cigars 8,311,114 total$34,401,320 articles necessity that a Are in common use the farm Iii tin workshop a and in every family poor As Well George w Goudy is the Peoples Mutual fire insurance co settled each party to one half the costs. Continued. Albert g Meese is John Mark Ley Alexander Mccullough is Ezekie Evans. As the Rich the duties were sugar. On Wool and woolens. On Cotton manuf action a. On flax and hemp. I Iron aint steel manuf. Not chemicals drugs dyes. On fruits. On leather Aud manuf. On earthen wan. On Glass and glassware. On Rice. On Wood and lumber. On bread stuffs. $51,778,748 27,278,527 11,752,206 9,247,816 14,631,875 4,347,626 3,498,569 3,262,232 2,829,539 3,694,923 1,184,138 1,423,301 1,042,404 Mary e Deary is Isaac Evans Sale confirmed judgment Cross petitions Mary a Johnson $431.25 Geo w Mulvane $117.40 James m Burl $164.60 against plaintiff Mary e Deary. Do Bair is g w Howk and Jacob Ilok entry default judgment stricken out and defendants required to i costs and answer i Stanter. Mary m Wingate is Zeb. P Sparks tried to jury verdict for plaintiff $60.74. Lewis Carhart is the Columbia ins co plaintiff to reply i Stanter. We Wingate is Zebulon i Sparks continued at Cost defendant. Ohio is Worth Mathias and we Sites indictment for Selling to minor nol pros entered. Same is same for Selling to person in the habit nol pros entered. Transfers real estate. T As compiled in the office the recorder deeds. We. Campbells administrators to j w Schwitzer lot 2, new Philadelphia $130. Jacob Schwab to we Swihart lot 6, new Philadelphia $350. Win ii Swihart to Jacob Schwab lot 2, new Philadelphia $400. J a Slingluff Etal to John Bruck lot 391, 392 and 393, Dover $850. T la Loller to r g Gardner lots la 12 and 13, Dennison $400. Mary Newton to Anna Nelson lot 4, Dennison $350. Maurice Moody to t la Loller lots 3 and 4, Dennison $300. James Strawn to Jacob Strawn 87 acres Fairfield township $3,500. The Tuscarawas Iron and Coal co to Adam Schilling 134 87-100 acres Dover $4,046.10. J m Stoutt to John Buss land in Jefferson township $1,450. We Campbells adm to win Hill lot 3, new Philadelphia $130. The Dennison building saving loan association to Beriah Wilkin part lot 295, Uhrichsville $20. J la heaver to m a Shephard lot 6, Uhrichsville $200. Lydia and j m Shetler to g w Stoutt 9j acres Franklin township $800. Sheriff Bowers to g w Stoutt 75 75-100 acres Franklin township $4,381. Jas Leech to John Kilgore 115 80-100 acres Clay township $4,000. Maurice Moody to robot g Conaway lot 12, Dennison $180. We Ross to Matilda Rosset a1, part lot 278, Uhrichsville $50. E g Sweaney to James d Faber 30 acres Sandy township $2,700. Samuel Johnson to Dora m Dugan 150 acres Bucks township $6,500. Astonishing Success. Total.$135,972,104 this does not include All the articles necessity that Are taxi a hut the others Are minor importance. It will he seen therefore that so far from the customs Revenue being a a nearly All derived from articles luxury used by the Rich a As . Sherman would have it appear the it ise stands thus articles luxury $34,401,30. On articles necessity $135,972,104. Or out every five dollars customs revenues four Are taken from articles necessity and hut one from articles luxury. What then heroines Johns her Many a argument that the re publican Tariff policy is designed to cause the Rich to hear tin Burden is it not Clear from these figures that tin heaviest Burden tails upon the Middle and poorer dealer. 10 00 10 30. 11 00. The verdict unanimous. W b suit druggist Bippus ind., testifies a a i can recommend electric bitters As the very Best remedy. Every bottle sold has Given Relief in every Case. One Man took six rattles and was cured rheumatism ten years Abraham Hare druggist Bellville Ohio affirms a the Hest Selling Medicine i have Ever handled in 20 years experience is electric thousands others have added their testimony so that the verdict is unanimous that electric bitters do cure All diseases the liver kidneys blood. Only a half Dollar a bottle at f c Jiller amp songs drug store. It is the duty every person who Las used Boseheff German syrup to let its wonderful qualities he known to their friends in curing consumption severe i coughs croup asthma pneumonia and in fact All Throat and lung diseases. No person can use it without immediate Relief. Three doses will relieve any Case and we consider it the duty All druggists to recommend it to the poor dying consumptive at least to try one bottle As 80,000 dozen bottles were sold last year and no one Case where it failed was reported. Such a Medicine As the German syrup cannot be too widely known. Ask your druggist about it. Sample bottles to try sold at to cents. Regular size 75 cents. Sold by All druggists and dealers in the United states and Canada. 9yl if you want a first class Home made buggy Phaeton Carriage Spring wag done to forget to Call at Chas. Houpt a new Philadelphia o., and see his work which is guaranteed. 24w2 we publish by request the following program the Twenty sixth annual convention the Tuscarawas county sunday school Union at Gnadenhutten tuesday wednesday and thursday june 14th, 15th and 16th proo Ramm k. First day�?7 30 i. Address the old jewish Tabernacle with Model. Rev. Ralston i. I. Second Day morning session. 9 30. Devotion. Welcome address. Rev. Ii. T. Bachman. Response. W. A. Pittenger. Music. Address. Is the Bible Worth studying Rev a j Cook. Address. The work to he done in the sunday school. Rev p 8 Hooper. Question Box conducted by prof Chas Haupert. Afternoon session. Devotion. Address. The influence sunday school work. Rev Foust. Address. The sunday school teach Eros e Nicou rage 11 Ion t. A Rev m m Philips. Institute work. Prof j t Duff. Music. Address. Some qualifications a sunday school teacher. Miss routed Johns. Address. How to make the sunday school grow to a Carver. Question Box conducted by prof s k maid is. Evening session. Children a meeting addresses by prof j t Duff Bishop la j Yan Vleck and others. Third Day morning session. 9 00. Devotion. 9 15. Address. What is tee use a sunday school ? mrs Findley Johnson. 9 45. Address. Who Are responsible Tor tax Success tin sunday school ? Albert Haupert. Music. 10 15. Address. Is the Church in full sympathy with the sunday school ? Rev g w Dennis. 10 45. Recitation. The Little maids Sermon. Miss Nanette Kad Erly. Question Box conducted by Rev i it w Knight. Women in Russia. A picture russian Home life til Tho time Ivan the terrible. In . Nathan Haskell Doles recent lecture the a Rise russian literature a he spoke the a do Mostrov Book Domestic management a written by the Pope Sylvester for the edification his Only son Anthim and his daughter in Law Pelagia. It was composed Early in Tho sixteenth Century during the reign Ivan the terrible and throws a curious Light russian society at that time. For Many years it was the Universal Vade Mecum household duties. It May interest some the women Philadelphia who did not hear . Doles lecture to see what the old priest Laid Down As Law for the treatment and behaviour their Sisters three centuries and a half ago. Or. Doles translation was As follows she must go to Church As often As possible and consult with her husband. Husbands must teach their wives with love and reasonable punishment. If the wife live not according to her husbands teaching then the husband must punish her alone by themselves and after he has punished her he must forgive her and give further advice but they must not be angry with one another. Servants and children must be punished according to their guilt Anc wounds must lie inflicted but after the punishment forgive the sin. But tin mistress the House must look aft the servants As to what is fitting for the same. But when it is necessary to rep Rehem your wife your son you daughter to punish them by Laving the whip punish them not before people but alone. Strike them not the ear in the face the hear with the list nor kick them strike them with the staff either Iron Wood. But if the sin be great then stripping off the garment apply a Little whip discreetly holding the hands wives must ask their husbands about All holy teaching and be subject to them Iii All things. Every Day the husband and wife should question each other and take counsel about the whole conduct the House. She must have acquaintance Only with those whom her husband commands. She May Converse i guests about her Handiwork and about household management and listen when she sees that it is Good a hat she does not know she May ask modestly. Whatever any one commands she must a beat the forehead humbly and when sin goes Forth from the House she must Tell All things to her husband. She May meet socially with Good women not for eating and drinking but for Good conversation and knowledge she must take care her Appeal Ance and not indulge Iii laughter and not gossip if any one asks her about any thing she must reply a i know not i have heard nothing about it and a for me i ask not about unnecessary things and i do not talk about Prima and Boyars and my in Nowise indulge in drunkenness a woman May drink Beer , both at Home and abroad but she must not eat and drink secretly away from her husband the Wise woman does not entertain the stranger without her husbands presence. In regard to All tilings consult with the husband and not with tin slave and not with the Call. Submission wives. 1 30. I a. 2 15. 2 45 3 45. 4 15. 1 30 1 45 2 15. 2 30. 2 45. 3 00. Ai Ter noon session. Devotion. Address. The Bible estimate children. Judge j w Yeagley. Secretary a annual report. Invitations for next convention. Election officers. Silver anniversary the work the past Twenty five years what shall be the Harvest the future open to All. Song and doxology. Benediction. Houpt has hand a Fine line the Best factory made buggies carriages and Spring wagons which he is Selling cheaper considering Quality than any other shop in the county. Call and examine. 24w2 c. Haupt. A social and Domestic question considerable interest and importance. How far this submitting unto ones own husband should be carried is a question for consideration. True it is that wifely submission is not in much danger being carried to excess in this age woman a rights and yet one sometimes sees an exception in the person a Meek woman who partly through fear and partly through a mistaken notion duty merges Lier sentiments her ideas her very self in Lier husband. She loses her own identity and becomes simply his Echo. This would be less deplorable than it is if the husband who thus absorbs her were always a Superior character for such women Are always weak and would not amount to much in themselves. But sad As it is these Oaks to which such tender vines cling Are not always the Strong supports they should be. When a Man is selfish tyrannical and dishonest so much so that he even finds himself almost without friends must his gentle wife who is capable winning friends by her own Lovely character renounce every Hope happiness Friendship the pleasure society by frowning upon All who disagree with him forsaking All who disapprove his meanness and making strangers feel that she is As bad As himself i can not think it right. It in too much for one soul to require another too much in the wrong direction. It is Beautiful to see a wife love and seek to save her husband All the More Asho becomes a a sinking ship a but if she can not save him if he will deliberately sink she is not i believe required to sink with him to the extent wrecking Lier own life. Woman has individuality her own a character her own to maintain just As much As Man. It is As valuable to her As la r husbands is to him and she is fully As Strong to maintain it. The Best men admit that Only in a physical sense is she a the weaker sex a but a Mournful exception is tile woman who adds the Folly allowing herself to become the Echo a hollow Brazen vessel to the mistake having become his Christian at work. A . Carlos Finlay Havana contends that yellow fever is transmitted by inoculation which is largely performed by butt. Legends about cows. Folklore current Anion Tho peasants in various parts Europe. In Swabia and Switzerland the cows Are milked through a perforated Stone we Wei is believed to have fallen from the Clouds and is therefore called a in speaking a bloody milk a we May note Here that this is supposed to be the result not Only witchcraft but quite a different cause. Thus in Yorkshire and some parts Germany if a Robin is killed it is supposed that one Tho cows belonging to the person to the family the person who killed it will give a bloody the accuracy and truth the following curious circumstance is alleged to have recently been vouched for a Young woman who had been living As a servant in a farm House one Day told her relatives How the cow which had belonged to Lier master had Given bloody milk after one the family had killed a Robin. A male Cousin hers disbelieving the tale went out and shot a Robin purposely. Next morning her uncles Best cow a healthy one thirteen years that had borne nine calves without mishap gave half a capful tiffs bloody milk and did so for three Days Iii succession morning and evening. The liquid was a Pink color which after standing in the can became clearer and when poured out the a blood the deep red something like it was seen to have settled to the Bottom. The Young Man who shot the Robin milked the cow himself the second morning lie being still incredulous. The Fanner was sent for and the matter furnished talk to the whole Village. Formerly at Walton be Dale England if a Farmer killed a Swallow it was believed that his cows would yield blood instead milk. This superstition is also prevalent in the greater part Switzerland. On this account few like to kill even injure a Robin redbreast. Like the Horst the cow enters into fairy lore. According to a legend current in Carmarthenshire Wales there was Iii Days gone by a band elfin ladies who used to haunt a Lake in Tho the neighbourhood Abr Dover. They usually appeared at dusk Clad Iii Green accompanied by their milk White hounds and their droves Beautiful White cows. One Day an old Farmer had the Good Luck to catch one these Mystic animals. It had fallen a love with the cattle his Herd. From that Day the Farmers Fortune was made. Such calves such milk such butter and such cheese that came from the milk White cow had never been seen Iii it Wales before. The Farmer accordingly soon became Rich and the owner vast herds. One Day however he took it into his head that the elfin cow was growing old and that to had bet Ter fatten her for the Market by the Day appointed for Tho Slaughter people Canto from great distances to see tin w wonderful animal and As the butchers by Hilton was severing its head from its body a fearful shriek resounded through the air and the astonished Assembly Beele a Green lady drying with aloud voice a a conic yellow Anvil stray Oriu speckled one the Lake Ami the hornless Dot i in arise come Home a a w Hereupon not Only did the elfin cow Irish and go Home lint All her progeny went with Lier disappearing Iii the air Over the Hill to it is. Only one cow remained All the Farmer s ileitis and to she had turned from Milky White to a Avell Black. The Farmer Iii a tit despair drowned himself and the Black became the progenitor the sex Ting race Welsh Black cattle. Wirt Sikes British goblins 1879, Page 37. A similar Story twi i in Ireland called a the legend Lough it seems that a certain Farmer had some Meadow land by the water Side but in Lite All his efforts the grass was always destroyed. Driven it last to defloration lie consult done his friends who advised him to watch his land by Light time Iii the Chance discovering us secret enemy. Accordingly the Armer with his Friend and his t to sons inc Moonlight night silent 1\ watched it a Corner the Meadow. They had lot waited Long u h a Limo Vinson the Aee the Luke town re the Meadows hey a a great fat cow followed by seven milk White heifers. On giving Chase these the cow is do Milf disappeared ii tin Jake bul the even Heifer were Uekes fully driven up from the water Ide. The Farmer took Possession 111 be but one night the Gate tin being left open. I lit a disappeared my it was generally Suppo de that they and made their a into Thelke again. A Here is a Lake in omit \ ailed a the Lake tile cow legend somewhat similar to i nigh it Lur. In he i r11 t lie said to be so Long that win to the Low the tips them May be j in above it. Although too the a song informs us that tin l Hanley is hired with perches tipperary a it no nit v Are w afer lain in i Tike and Corm besides All Range it out men to Jording t the South Loiis Iderah a is i dam a leeches and Groves Beer i in order for to guard the flood this Lake two cows ii ave Ocee which Are known it Hooker s fair legend Ireland to have damage Iii the mend j i ii my Lathis am i la 7/iormt. Corn Nim it to d a ill j a Cut a a. Cd a hungry machine. Ail old fellow Hood in a i Ditcher shop watching much bit Ore i. Tin work anew sausage grinder. Unable to resist a clo. R in Swiec Ion in touched the Mac,1 Itic Iii a n Otic place and lost one his fingers. A look Ltd astonishment crossed i is face. A whats it matter a the Butcher ired Askov a nothing no his bleeding a a nit i win Hauner i nest uhf re a in lieu looking then at tin i grinder this is t 1111iikiii Daniel i malt t hat Lune i Ever seed a arkansans traveler. I Ouk excitement in Texas. Great excitement has been caused in the Vicinity Paris Texas by the remarkable recovery a. A. A Orley who was so helpless lie could not turn in cd raise Bis head everybody said lie was dying consumption. A trial bottle . Kings new discovery was sent him. Finding Relief he bought a Large bottle and a Box . 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 flesh thirty six pounds. Trial bottles this great discovery for Uon sump Tion free at f c Jiller songs. Large j Tam it it bottles $1. Market reports i i mks 1 Patent Best fan Amber ii v bus in ii Pound., . For Sale at Mineral Point Ohio two lots the rear end which abuts the j. A Sci Railroad in a Good location in Central part town. No improvements. These lots Are no 9 and to 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 Plikat Orny hew a i gats new 7�?T Huff Rye Quot a Bushel. Butter-�?7? to my foes�?7> dozen. Buckwheat fi. hams�?7 Pound. Snori,runts�?7j i sides a Pound. -7 j iou j id. We Pound. Beek�?7 Pound. Salt Goshen 7 barrel. White lime�?7 in Uriel. Akron Ltd Kate nth to liar Rel. plaster�?7�?T Barre land plaster�?7�?7 barrel. I Ota to es�?7j Bushel new dried peaches Bushel rags�?7 Pound. Onions�?7 Bushel. Hay ton new. Timothy seed�?7 Bushel., Wool. Fertilizers�?7 ten. Of 07 40 11 4 it j to 12 03 to 07 07 07 z z t 9 i 50 30 440 1 65 50 8 2 25 30 3 5

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