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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - June 23, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday june 23, 1887. Number 26. Official directory. District. Congress. State senator. Common pleas judges. County. Representative. Probate j Udo a. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheri if. Auditor. J a Eaurel. . Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Berlah Wilkins Geo. W. Crites Ujj. Hance j. S. Pearce Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins j. Figert j. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. J. G. Neumann l s. Ruler it w. K. Lash r. Benner 0.11. Hoover Ozias Delong j. Porter l. City. Daniel Korns. James h. Morrow a Elijah Shull. Marshal Philip Getzman Street commissioner John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Council Fletcher Douthitt. 15. 1. Scott. Andrew Erwin. S. Warden. Names. Justices. Townships. Daniel Krebs Vclav. James w stoutt1 Wayne. George Bear. 1 Isaac couts. Henry Deible. T Richardson. R 1 Galbraith. T k Robinson. Philip a Garver John Smith. Jas Galbraeth John Misione. Daniel Richards t b Lankin. Perry. Washington Bucks. Sugar Creek. Warwick. Warren. Franklin. Goshen. Rush. Mill. Goshen. Rush. L s Winsch Clay. And Timmerman i Perry. S v Renicker Fairfield. Mckinney. Sandy. We e Beck Goshen. Samuel c Kline Lawrence. J 11 Gardner Warren. Rob t coruthers1 Washington John Wetter j Wayne. William Kinsey York Post office. Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. T h m Ozena. Joseph Lealea w cabs f Davis. C c Fornsel. Levi Travis. I w Newburg. Jos h Hostetler Nich Montag. Wesley m Tracy a. Youngen. Hiram ech Tan. David Breymeir Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett. John s Spring. Charles h Ellers John w Roll. Hugh t i Unis. C w Kinsley. 1 11 Kuhn. s Wagner. J l Baldwin. Bucks. Salem. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Franklin. Auburn. Dover. Dover. Dover. Sandy. Auburn. Warwick. Lawrence. Sugar Creek. Salem. Jefferson. F Airfield. Jefferson. Goshen. Oxford. York. Union. Union. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Cadwallader. Paoli. Baltic. Shares Volle. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. New philae a. Gnadenhutten. Gnaden Huleu. Cadwallader. New Philada a. Mineral City. New Philada a. Bolivar. New Cumberland Albany. Dundee. New Philada a. Baltic. Port Washington Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomerstown Strasburg. Ragersville. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City. Ragersville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Shares Volle. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. New Philada a. Newcomerstown Black baud. Uhrichsville. Leesville. New Philadelphia times. Professional directory. H homeopathy. S. R. Breed. D. New Philadelphia. 0. Office and residence East front Street. 25 j Octor Eda Wilhelmi Mclean gynaecologist. Practice limited to diseases women and children. Office Public Square new Philadelphia 0. 7. T. , . O Wahbe Tojo . Is. Mclean k Warburton. Physicians and surgeons. Office and residence Public Square new poll phia Ohio. A 7 j j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 4t>, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 8yl prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. I. Hissong a shaving shampooing and Blair dressing parlor in basement under Millers drug store North Broadway. New Philadelphia. 0. 4syl John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47yl j 11 Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Camuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties. Will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank. Mitchells dental rooms. Grant Mitchell d. D. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. City Block new Philadelphia Over Lla iffy a hardware store grown and Bridge work skilfully executed. Gas and Ether administered. Diseases the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1 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. every sunday at 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock p. In. Sunday school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. Ii it i St i every lords Day morn ing at 10 00 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 9 clock a. In. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. German every sunday at. 1030 a. And 2 15 p. alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday morning service each month concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath morn Ings and Lodge directory. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday june 23, 1887. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,50 0 chapter no. 38, r. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at a Hall City Block. 0 p tayl0r a a p Daniel Getzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. K a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mcilvane w. G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. . W. Duncan k. Of r. And s. I. O. 0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows t. J. Zell Xor. N. G. I. A. Correll rec. See a. I. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stempi Fly n. G. P. Skol rec. Sec a. I. O. O. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. John 1 i in . 1. A. Correll scribe. It i a a Dpi r a 35, p. a i. 0. Ion tur Caravo in Of a a meets every third a a each month at Odd f allows Hall to ii amp cd 11. 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 Mouth in Kui Glits cumin Nick. Repeat. J. H. Officer Secretary. National Union safety Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday Saoi moatl., at u. K go Kaserman. Pregi we. Bowers Cor. Sec a. 4mrthe new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in Advance �?.$1 b0 if not paid within six months. 1 50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. �9address 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. Great Britain celebrated the 50th anniversary the accession the ornamental Crown head her majesty Queen Victoria. The Queen though formally holding the reins government and wearing the Crown is now Little else than ornamental so far As the guidance and management the great kingdom is concerned. The ruling Power in fact lies within the breasts the House lords and parliament and we might almost say a Small number them dictated the policy the government. The Queen undoubtedly is a Good woman and doubtless if she wielded the influence she ought to the Hart less and tyrannical acts to coerce the Irish people would not prevail. The Irish trouble Calls Forth the sympathy All civilized nations. A great Power like England should rejoice to bring peace to All her Down trodden subjects and a Day greater Jubilee would Dawn upon the people the United kingdom than the one Given in Honor the Queen. The two mile liquor Law was amended March 11th, 1887, and now reads As follows whoever Sells intoxicating liquors keeps a House ill Fame at within twelve Hundred Yards the administration main Central building the Columbus Asylum for the insane Dayton Asylum for the insane the institution for feeble minded youth the Ohio soldiers and sailors orphans Home within two Miles the Boundary lines the Hoys Industrial school South Lancaster Fairfield county within two Miles the place where any agricultural fair is being held shall he lined not More than one Hundred less than Twenty five dollars imprisoned not More than thirty Days both and conviction the owner keeper thereof the place wherein such intoxicating liquors Are sold shall by order the court he shut up and abated As a nuisance. A special messenger was sent to Bakersville tuesday in the interest the z. N. Amp c. Railroad who reports that they have raised $1,500, and have pledged $2,000 by next saturday evening. Seventy per cent the right Way from Phillips Burgh to two mile South Bakersville has been secured. A Large meeting was held at Bakersville wednesday evening and at Phillips Burgh saturday evening. This news makes things look exceedingly Blue for Newcomerstown. Our Bakersville friends want the Railroad and they Are going at it in the right Way to secure it. In the mean time what Are we going to do about it a Index. General drum has been so diminutive since his recommendation to the president to return All the flags at the War department Over to the authorities the respective states in which the regiments that bore them w Ere organized that the republicans can to see him. All they can Sec is the president who assented to general Drums request. Probably it is because general drum is a Republican 1 if he had been a Democrat and made that request what a howl there would have been. But then they must have a Hobby. General manager Woodford the Wheeling amp Lake Erie Railroad makes the proposition to the Cadiz folks that if the subscriptions $6,000 raised for the Cannon Ball line and the free right Way subscribed he transferred to him he will immediately build the Road Over the route to the Ohio River. The projectors the Cannon Ball line May get left yet. The Village Washburn Woodford county Illinois was wiped out by fire Early june 19th. Seventeen the business houses were completely destroyed. Loss $90,000. The fire is supposed to he incendiary origin. Gas was struck at Wooster a few Days ago at about 535 feet but not in paying quantities. Stockholders in the project Are jubilant and believe they will soon strike it in paying quantities. It is causing considerable excitement. The Pennsylvania company is now supplying each its engines with a Medicine Chest containing Needles and thread lint bandages court plaster Arnica etc., for use in Case Accident Rien a doctor is not at a startling Shock earthquake occurred at Summerville s. C., at 10 37, june 19th, Acorn pained by heavy roaring. William Brien landed safely his native soil the 19th, and was received with a great ovation. The ladies the presbyterian Church will give a festival tuesday evening june 28th, the opening this Chapel. The adore Bible gallery was presented to miss Ella Milner by the first m. E. Sunday school Canton Ohio As a testimonial her faithful attendance at Sabbath school having been present every sunday for six consecutive years. A superstitious subscriber w to found a spider in his paper wants to know if it is considered a had Omen ? nothing the kind. The spider was merely looking Over the paper to see who was not advertising so that he could spin his web across the shop door and thus be free from . Mrs. Mary Keller old town is lying seriously ill apoplexy. She was taken with it saturday and has been unconscious Ever since. The doctor has Little Hopes her recovery. She was formerly mrs. Fribley and is the Mother Enoch and pilchard Fribley and mrs. John Burry this place. P. S. A mrs. Fribley died yesterday wednesday morning and will be buried Friday at old town Church. Or. Mccurdy Dennison assisted by drs. Parks new Philadelphia and Brannon Dover performed a delicate and interesting surgical operation at Tippecanoe o., last thursday afternoon consisting in the removal some portions dead Bone from the a 15 year old Hoy. Or. Mitchell this City was also in attendance and administered Ether to the subject. The operation was performed to Avert the necessity amputating the and promises to be successful. An Exchange says a we wish to Call the attention Farmers to the fact that if they drop a soup bean two into each Hill potatoes when they Plant them that the Pesky potato Bug will never bother them besides the Protection your potatoes you will get the crop Beans As Well. A Farmer informs us that he has tried this Experiment for five years and has never been bothered with hugs while his neighbors lost their crops. There is a smell about the bean that keeps them look at our real estate column this week. Several Western farms for Sale Trade. Will Trade for Good town property in Ohio Stock goods. Lands just As represented. These Are Good Grain and Stock farms in a Rich country around the town Miller Dakota. We have Many other properties for Sale Trade. Any one wishing to Purchase Trade will do Well to write us if you want to buy Western lands in Kansas Missouri Call us. We have reliable correspondents in nearly every county. I am a member the real estate advertising Agency with its head quarters at Kansas City. Nearly All the reliable real estate agents Kansas Are members and the business is done in a Safe and reliable Way. Any information Given is reliable. Your correspondence is solicited. Same a Moore. Tuesday night while j. Meyers treasurer and family were at the festival a burglar entered the House through a window and was lighting a match As . Meyers came Home and at first thought supposed it was one his Hoys but in stepping the porch he saw it was a stranger and attempted to open the door but it was fastened. The burglar hearing the noise at the door ran to the Back part the House to make his escape hut Meyers designing his object ran around the House and met him and at once clinched him. A scuffle ensued the robber Drew his revolver and fired at Meyers hut missed Liis in the dark Only marking Meyers face with powder. The burglar had tackled the wrong Man for John Clung to him like a hero and soon overpowered and disarmed him. He called for help and soon turned him Over to the Jailer. The thief had his person mrs. Meyers watch a pocket knife pocket Book and some jewelry belonging to the family. The fellow gave his name As William Smith. Or. Meyers is to be congratulated for his bravery and Pluck in capturing the thief. It is a pity Meyers did not have at hand a sufficient weapon to Lay the Rascal out. He was brought before mayor Korns waived examination and was bound Over to court. A special grand jury was Imp annexed to Day to present an indictment and he will soon he his Way to the Penitentiary. A very Happy and select company gathered at the residence the Rev. J. A. Roof the venerable sex pastor the lutheran Church Jewett o., the 21st june. The occasion that brought together this Happy gathering was the marriage miss Fannie l. Roof with Rev. Wilson Yeisley. The ceremony was performed by the father the Bride assisted by Rev. G. H. Gerberding the present pastor the Jewett charge. Among the guests were the revs. Foust Trenton and Shunk Slier Rossville and also Rev. H. W. Tope and wife Sherrodsville. In addition to these were several the professors and teachers Scio College with a number guests from a distance and from near Home. The Happy Young bridegroom is the popular Young pastor the Stone Creek charge. The Bride is one the most accomplished Young ladies the Vicinity. She was educated first at an Cadamy at new Philadelphia and afterwards took a Complete course at the Normal school Lebanon Ohio and then a special course in music in the Pittsburg conservatory music where she graduated with honors. Since then she has taught music two years very successfully at the female College at Blue Mountain miss., and again two years at Scio College where her presence and ability gave quite a lift to the College. After a Short sojourn at Cuya hoga Falls the Groom will take his fair Young Bride to the new Home just prepared for her at Baltic Ohio. The Good people Rev. Yes Leys charge May congratulate themselves the acquisition such a help Lireet for their beloved pastor and the people the Community will be Happy if they can secure the services mrs. Yeisley to teach the Young people music. May All the blessings attend the Happy couple. A guest. John Quincy Adams All that i am my Mother made me. Frank Trigg a passenger agent the Chesapeake amp Ohio Railroad suicide by going Over Niagara Falls the 19th. The k. Of p. Lodge new Philadelphia will dedicate their new Hall the 28th july instead the 21st. Several persons were badly burned at the pipe works in this City Friday last by the breaking a Large Crane while lifting a Kettle Metal. When the Kettle fell the molten mass flew in every direction. W. A Imfield quarrelled with d. A. Garvey a Saloon keeper the Little town Peninsula the Valley Road june 10th, Over eighty cents. Garvey seized a Blacksmith Hammer and dealt Armfield several blows that will result in death. Miss j. E. Wright l. L. B., the Only woman in this years class at the Boston University Law school graduated cum laude and was heartily cheered by the great audience when she stepped Forward to take her Well earned diploma. For Good second hand four horse Power engine and boiler almost As Good As new including All attachments. Will sell for $150. A bargain in it. For further particulars inquire at the times office Call a. A. Fradenburgh port Washington 40tf the Cleveland Lorain and Wheeling Railroad company will sell excursion tickets at one single fare for the round trip july 2d and 4th to All local stations its Road and also to Cleveland. Tickets will be Sale july 2d and 4th Good going Only Day Sale and Good to return Only july 4th and 5th, 1887. _ for Sale at Mineral Point Ohio two lots the rear end which abuts the c. Amp p. Railroad in a Good location in Central part town. No improvements. These lots Are no 9 and 10, and Are Good lots for business. Will sell the two for $400 in payments $350 in Cash. For further information Call at s. Moore a Law office new phila., Of Frog and ice Cream supper. Eight Hundred frogs with ice Cream will he served at Chapins Hall saturday evening june 25th, for the Benefit the Junior Hook and ladder company. The frogs will be cooked by Doc. Mckinzie our celebrated Resta ranter. Give the boys a lift. Unclaimed letters. Personal mention. The following list unclaimed let ters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office june 10, 1887 Martin Mark m a Baer w h Crom John Knott mrs r f Dent mrs Julia c Christine Annie Lotis. E. P. Degrief p. Tuesday night fire was discovered in the rear Fribley amp Kumery a dry goods store in Uhrichsville. It was under such headway when discovered that it could not be extinguished. The store building and duelling attached both belonging to the firm were entirely consumed including a part the goods. They carried a very Large Stock and Only succeeded in removing a part it into the Street and that was very badly damaged in handling. The loss in All is probably $10,000. Insurance not known. A gift for All. In order to give All a Chance to test it and thus he convinced its wonderful curative Powers . Kings new discovery for consumption coughs and colds will lie for a limited time Given away. This offer is not Only Liberal but shows unbounded Faith in the merits this great remedy. All who suffer from coughs colds consumption asthma bronchitis any affection Throat Chest lungs Are especially requested to Call at f c Miller amp songs drug store and get a trial bottle free. Large bottles $1. Democratic convention. The democrats Tuscarawas county Are requested to meet at the usual places holding their primary elections in their respective townships and election precincts Friday july 8th, 1887, from 5 clock to 7 p. Of said Day and organize said meeting by selecting a chairman and Secretary who shall act As tellers and proceed to choose by ballot delegates to represent said townships and election precincts in said democratic convention to be held at new Philadelphia o., july 9th, 1887, at 10 clock a. M., to select delegates to the state and senatorial convention and transact other important business. Each township and election precinct will be entitled to delegates As follows Auburn. 6 Bucks. 9 Clay. 5 Dover. 19 Franklin. 5 Fairfield. 3 Goshen precinct no. 1. 4 2. 9 a 3. 10 a a 4. 2 Jefferson. 7 Lawrence. 6 Mill Uhrichsville precinct to. 1 4 a a 2 2 a a 3. 3 Dennison precinct. 10 Newport a a 1 Oxford. 8 Perry. 4 Rush. 4 Salem. 10 Sandy. 7 Sugarcreek. 9 Union. 1 Warren. 3 Warwick. 6 Washington. 4 Wayne. 7 York. 5 total173 every Democrat in the county has a right to attend and is cordially invited. T. J. Evans chairman. W. H. Watson Secretary. Andrew Hoffman Baltic gave the times office a social Call monday. W. H. Bayley and wife Are visiting at the residence her father Rev. Kuhns this City. _ James e. Graham the chronicle who has been seriously ill is reported to be recovering slowly. E. Cogan Sandy Ville and Thos. Mcadoo Stillwater were among our callers wednesday. Will and Edson Kennedy and sister miss Laura Are attending commencement at Wobeter College this week. Lloyd Murphy Salem township gave the times office a social Call yesterday. He May be one the candidates for clerk court at the coming convention. James b. Gray and miss Emma new Philadelphia came up monday evening to see their sister mrs. H. W. Yant. Or. Gray went Home tuesday but miss Emma remained for a few Days . Stanley Rogers who went West from Cadiz about a year ago More was married wednesday last week to miss Della Hemmeger new Philadelphia Ohio. The ceremony was conducted by Rev. Mcdonald Marion j. D. Bold agent the Valley Road at Mineral Point gave the times office a pleasant Call wednesday. Or. Bold will take up the study Law in about two months with j. F. Wilkin this place. He is a promising Young Man and will doubtless finish the Law course with credit. Married. The marriage miss Sara Donnell daughter and Only child . Stephen Donnel this City to . E. A. Arnold Massillon took place at the Home the Bride tuesday evening at 9 clock. The marriage tie was pronounced by Rev. Kemp Massillon in the presence about one Hundred invited guests from Canton Massillon Pittsburg Louisville Uhrichsville and other places including a few this place. The occasion was highly fashionable and elaborate. The Floral decorations were the richest and the presents were elegant. The music was furnished by the Reichman orchestra Massillon. Refreshments in abundance and the choicest known to the culinary Art were served in the most approved style by experienced coloured caterers. Miss Donnell is a fashionable and accomplished Young lady. The Happy couple left for Philadelphia Pennsylvania to spend the Honey Moon. Keepers�?skinner.�? june 16th, at the residence the brides parents sixth Street in the presence a Large number invited guests miss Julia Skinner and Chas. E. Keepers. Many valuable presents were received. After a splendid supper the Happy pair drove to Dennison to their newly furnished House which is to be their future Home. The marriage ceremony was performed by Rev. W. J. Wilson assisted by Rev. Williams. at the Exchange hotel new Philadelphia Ohio june 18th, by Rev. W. J. Wilson . . Burnes and miss Laura b. Cahill both Uhrichsville. the Exchange hotel in this City by Rev. W. J. Wilson june itch . Thomas f. Leggett and miss Rosa Wright both Mill township. _ 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 candidate announcement. Editor times a please announce sex probate judge William b. Brown Goshen township As a candidate for the office clerk common pleas court subject to the decision the democratic convention to be held september 3d. Many friends. Judge Brown asks that he be favored because he is poor and needy and now unable to labor physically and because he has been a faithful Democrat. For Sale.�?300 acres first class Plain and River Bottom land and about 70 acres Hill land being what remains unsold the James Waddington farm situated the new Philadelphia and Uhrichsville Road near the town Pike run. The buildings Are Good. This land will be sold As a whole divided to suit purchasers. The River Bottom land would be sold in Small tracts. Also a farm 140 acres Plain and River Bottom land situated three and one half Miles from new Philadelphia. F. S. Romig attorney at Law. Office Over citizens National Bank new Phila Alephia Ohio. A a 8otf for Sale. A Small farm 68 acres known As the Peter Ohler tract Pike run adjoining Coal mine no. 2. There Are three dwelling houses the premises two Orchards and a school House. Sixty acres cleared and under Good cultivation and Good fences. All in grass. Terms reasonable. Possession can be Given at any time. For particulars Call f. S. Romig at timer office William Oliver Pike run. 39tf transfers real estate. Entombed alive. Five men buried under tons gravel and Clay. Erie Pennsylvania june 20. A terrible Accident by which five men were entombed under hundreds tons falling Earth occurred to Day where the Erie Gas company is excavating in the Bluff fronting the Bay for building a great Reservoir. The men were at work laying the first courses a Brick foundation under a Bank fifty feet High with one Man posted to watch the link. At 1 50 this afternoon the watchman saw the face the Bank move. He shouted a warning and fled from the cutting barely escaping the Avalanche Clay and gravel that overwhelmed the men who were following him. An Alann was Given and the people in that whole Quarter the City hockey to the scene. As fast As digging tools could be furnished men seized them and joined the work Rescue until hundreds were working under systematic direction in the presence 5,000 people More than half them women. Physicians with their awfully suggestive equipments stood ready to Rescue the victims. Jacob sell and Daniel Hanley were taken out first bruised and insensible but living. Then for fully ten minutes digging went without further discovery until a hat was uncovered. The Digger dropped his shovel and thrust his hands Down around the head beneath it to give the Man air if he was not dead. It was John laugh in. When his neck and Chest were exposed the doctors gave him stimulants until he regained sense enough to speak. When lie said two other men were buried against his la it by and were crushing him. More digging for Twenty minutes and the dead bodies James Elsie and Jacob Fehrenback were taken off laugh in whose ribs and Collar Bone had been broken by the pressure dead bodies against him. Prolonged efforts to resuscitate Fehrenback and Elsie were fruitless. Both men leave families. The Cave in was caused by the rain sunday night the improperly braced cutting. Own your own Homes. Every Man whether he is a Workingman in the common acceptation the word not feels a deep interest in the management the affairs the City county and state in which he lives whenever he owns a Home. He is More patriotic aptly says our worthy contemporary the Industrial Gazette and ill Many ways is a better citizen than the Man who simply rents and who has but Little if any Assurance How Long it will be before he can be ordered to move to which May be added in Many cases the saving More Money. Of course it requires some Economy to Lay up a sufficient amount Money to Purchase and pay for a Home but this very fact if properly carried out after the Home is acquired May be the instrument furnishing the Means to commence and prosecute a business upon your own responsibility. True in some cases it will require More Economy perhaps than we Are now practising. But the question with every Man and especially if he is the head a family is can he afford it that is can he afford to live up his wages As fast As he earns them without laying up anything for the future ? if he is the head a family he is obliged to pay rent and it does not require very Many years rent paying to make up an amount sufficient to Purchase and pay for a comfortable Home. You have to pay the rent. This you say you cannot avoid and be honest. Well you cannot be honest with your family unless you make a reasonable attempt to provide their a Home their own in Case anything should happen to you. And the obligation to do this should be As Strong As the one to pay rent provide the other necessaries for the Comfort your family. When you own a Home you feel a direct interest in Public affairs that otherwise you might consider were Little interest. Astonishing Success. It is the duty every person who has used Boschee s German syrup to let its wonderful qualities be known to their friends in curing consumption severe 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 Al it omit it. Sample bottles to try sold at 10 cents. Regular size 75 cents. Sold by All druggists and dealers in the states and Canada. United 9yl burning Oil tank. A mile the fluid fire. As compiled in the office the recorder deeds. James Leech to John Kilgore 115 80-100 acres Clay township $4,000. Maurice Moody to Robert g Conoway lot 12, Dennison $180. We Ross to Matilda Rosset Al part lot 278, Uhrichsville $50. Lima o., june 20. During a heavy Thunder and lightning storm which prevailed Here this afternoon an Oil tank containing 800 barrels fluid the Boot farm two Miles South the City was struck by lightning. The tank burned and scattered burning Oil All Over the ground setting fire to another tank containing 500 barrels and communicating to the Derrick destroying it. The Oil from the busted tank ran Down into a Creek burning a Bridge the St. John Road and burning several Trees. The Oil spread for nearly a mile and burned several hours. Fortunately there were no buildings along the Stream. Bar checks barred. The government is going to do away with them. Columbus june 20. Deputy United states marshal Bell located in this City has received instructions from the secret service officers the Revenue department to collect specimens bar checks in use among the saloons this City and to learn the manner in which and for what purpose such checks Are used. It is understood that the government intends to Stop the use them the ground that they Are mediums Exchange. Peking Cathedral. Contemplated removal a Catholic Edill be erected in the year 1702. Late mails from China brought news regarding the contemplated removal the ancient Catholic Cathedral at peking and the Bestowal High rank upon the Bishop and abbe the diocese. Since 1702 this edifice has stood within the Imperial City China and its lofty Bell Tower overlooking the Imp Perial Palace grounds has been regarded As an obstacle to the Good influences the spirits that haunt the chinese imaginations. Years passed but All efforts to remove the building were fruitless until during the last year the arts diplomacy prevailed and the old Cathedral is to be deserted. Its past history is full interest and through the kindness Rev. Father Barchi St Ignatius College a reporter obtained Access to rare volumes in the Library which give a history the Cathedral from its inception. In 1692 father Ger billion a native Belgium who by Means his mathematical attainments had become so necessary to the service the chinese emperor Kanghi that he had become necessary to the Council obtained a decree authorizing Freedom Christian worship throughout the country. Ill 1702 Kanghi was afflicted with fever and the native doctors were unable to cure him. Father Ger billion had a Small Quantity quinine which the Jesuit fathers had obtained in Peru and by the Aid the drug cured the Imperial Patent. As a Reward for this action King Ili permitted the erection a Cathedral in a Corner the Palace grounds. The mandarins then As now were bitterly opposed to the erection the building alleging the evil influences which would ensue if the construction was proceeded with. In reply to their objection the Ein Perot told them a these strangers have Ren dered me infinite services they refuse Money lion oks and office they take Delight in their religion and in granting them permission to build a House for worship i can Only give them Kanghi also gave the fathers Gold valued at 200,000 francs which they invested in the Stock the British and East India company and until the dissolution that corporation in 1857 the interest this sum was paid to the propaganda in Rome for the maintenance missions in China and the East. As a further Mark Honor the emperor wrote three Inseria ticks which were carved Stone and placed in prominent positions in the Church. One placed upon a Cohin read As follows a to the creator every the others inscribed tablets were a the is infinitely Good and just he enlightens upholds and rules every thing with supreme authority and with Sovereign a the had no beginning and will have no end he has made All things from the earliest time. He is the governor and the True lord these inscriptions will doubtless be removed to the Cathedral their value being inestimable not Only in the eyes the fathers but also in the estimation the chinese. A the building itself was about 125 feet Long and some thirty feet wide. Bricks and plaster were used in its construction. For nearly two centuries the Cathedral has stood undisturbed. Buildings have been added in the shape a Hospital and dispensary a museum science and a room where a splendid collection the Flora and Fauna North China made by Pere David is arranged. Attempts by the chinese to remove the Cathedral have been ineffectual although every emperor and Empress since Kang his time have used their endeavours by threats and persuasion. In 1886 the Empress dowager who has made the removal this building an object sought the Aid foreigners in the employ chinese customs and by dint a Mission to the Pope aided by the influence the French minister under whose government the fathers have enjoyed Protection for Many years accomplished her desire. The fathers have received a piece land the Northwest Corner the Imperial Palace grounds Whereon they will build a new Cathedral. Bishop Taglia Bue was decorated with the insignia a mandarin the first class second Grade and abbe Favier received a Blue Button entitling him to the rank an official the second class first in addition to the land 350,-000 tales equal to $300,000 is to be paid As the Cost erecting a new Cathedral. The Only restriction placed upon the fathers is that that the new Cathedral shall not be built any higher than the chinese buildings As the occult wind and water influence which any Tower would be Likely to occasion will thus be avoided. It May be noted that the Jesuit fathers transferred their religious buildings and converts in China to the Lazar its Many years ago Aad it was with the principals that Mission that the chinese government dealt in their negotiations concerning the removal the Francisco chronicle. Guarding the jews. The Sultan Morocco is said to have refused to consent to an application from several wealthy jews Tangier who desire to live in any part the town other than the jewish Quarter. This refusal it is believed is base not arbitrary reasons but the conviction entertained that the jews if living isolated would run the risk exciting Maho Medan fanaticism and cupidity whereas by dwelling in a distinct locality the Gates which arc closed at night they Are effectually protected against attacks from jewish messenger. For Good farm�?107. Acres lying about two Miles West Beech City in Good condition 20 acres Timber log House Good barn Good Spring at the House and water in every Field. School House Corner land. Land lies rolling. Will take $60 per acre $2,500 Down and the remainder in payments. For further information Call at the Law office same a Moore. For Sale Price $270.�?four-horse-pow upright portable engine Eureka. Manufactured by Payne amp co., new York. All fixtures go with it. It is in Good order and ast it eco used hut a Short time. A bargain in it. Call at s. Moore a Law office Over citizens National Bank. 37 for sorghum Mill arranged for steam horse Power. It is in Good order and will sell for $50. Also an Iron water Lank mounted two wheels and will hold six barrels is suitable for thrashing purposes. Will sell for $40. For information write the times office. Of Art education for woman. Since cultivation Art must be bred into a people and slowly assimilated by them it is a matter congratulation that in so Many american cities a movement for Industrial Art education has been Well begun. The woman who has a thorough Art education can to Day easily find employment. The demand for Art teach ers is in excess the Supply. Eighteen Young ladies who graduated from a school design in one our Eastern cities found immediate and lucrative employment. Occupation in the useful and ornamental arts will give to the rising ambition and Talent american girls a Large and Noble scope. A there is an uncorked mine untold wealth among us a says professor Walter Smith a a in the Art education women. We could utilize much human life not now profitably occupied by educating and employing women As teachers Art. There Are also Many branches Art workmanship requiring delicate fingers and native readiness taste which could to. Performed better by women than there is therefore for Young women obliged to think self support a Large and hopeful future. Industrial Art furnishes them with a fitting for Many kinds employment pleasant and profitable labor Well suited to their tastes their strength and capacity. They must be willing to elevate their Standard preparation must be Content to serve a Long and sometimes laborious apprenticeship to their various professions. No investment funds will yield so Large an interest to an american City As the Money Given to found technical and Industrial schools where gifted and promising girls can tie trained for such occupations at Small expense to themselves. Their commercial value alone should give them practical importance in any Community. And As Industrial Art and Fine Art have in the main the same elementary basis whatever promotes the former must Aid the latter directly indirectly and thus the Public taste will be elevated and the pul>1 in judgment Art matters educated. 1 have emphasized the need and value Industrial Art education for women because the deficiency in this respect in our present school systems and because it offers to the ambition women an almost limitless Field not crowded with applicants As is the profession teaching. And when in addition a new England manufacturer makes the statement that the designs used in this factory a a Cost $40,000 yearly every Dollar which goes to England France and Germany and that the same designs might have been made within a mile his Mill for $5,000, if an Art school had been maintained there for five years a we have a very Strong reason for the conviction that tie technical schools and schools design already doing such Good work will be increased and rendered thoroughly efficient. When was an american accused indifference to any question Money saving Money making the difficulties in the Way Art education vanish daily. Its agencies and its area have doubled in the last half dozen years and Are already providing employment for Large numbers women. A Mary a. Livermore. A woman Mendor. Will you not in the interest women please agitate and re agitate the question a woman mender ? i do not mean a mender women but a mender clothes sewer buttons etc., who making this a specially might support herself and greatly relieve Over burdened brain and hand workers among women. She could have her times and seasons appointed for each family individual and charge each one so moderately and do the work so Well that she would soon become a permanent and most Benefice it institution. 1 am going to see at my earliest Leisure if we cannot Start this Enterprise in my own town. Woman wants bread us Well to the ballot and whenever she gets one these she has taken a step toward the other. Francks e. Willard. A Nova Scotia Mother mrs. Mcpherson. Placed her three year old daughter temporarily in the Halifax infants Home for safekeeping. Without her knowledge the managers the Home gave the child to a family living at a distance to Imp adopted. When the Mother discovered what had been done she applied for jaw session her child. Judge Smith the Nova Scotia supreme court has just decided the Case against her the ground that the Mother has no locus standi that she has no right to the custody her child so Long As her husband is alive. Mrs. Mcpherson husband deserted her several years ago. And yet we Are assured that women have All the rights they want. Mrs. L. F. Baldy California is about to establish a Colony silk Cui tourists in Maryland. A tract one Hundred acres near ode titon will be divided among ten colonists and by. Next Spring she Hopes to have thee per Ament fully under Way. She proposes to raise grapes along with the silkworms As the Worms require but six weeks care. Mrs. Baldy is a member the woman a silk culture association the United states. The Springfield Republican says a mrs. Zerelda g. Wallace who at seventy has been making a speech in the Ohio woman suffrage convention is another the women whose Faith in the cause did not arise from any Lack neglect Home duties. Her step son Gen. Lew Wallace describes her As a a the Mother thirteen children whom four Are a i find nothing in the word god that teaches me that woman should not exercise the right suffrage the contrary the whole spirit that blessed Book is just the opposite. The Golden Rule teaches us to do unto others As we would that they should do unto us. Are we treating women thus to Day a senator a. I. Harlan a. 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 Salt As a Medicine. A a wind i to Teri its Martti Watn Jaaice Latuli to Jed. Numerous inquiries have been Mads at Many the drug stores lately Foi 4tsea Salt a a Turk Island Salt a a German Salt and other varieties what would commonly be termed Rock Salt. The reporter was informed that the people who came for the Salt wanted it to take As a Medicine tonic something that nature and that the kind used was sea Salt which comes in Large lumps weighing from Twenty five to one Hundred pounds. The exterior the Lump is dark coloured but inside portions it Are As transparent As Crystal. The reporter pursued his investing it tons and found that Many people Wert taking Salt regularly after their meals with a View to improving their health. Some have used it with Good effect in bronchial difficulties and where Persona have had hard colds it has Given Relief. It is used for kidney troubles and in fact for All the Many ills that flesh is heir to. And instances were found too where persons in perfectly Good bodily health were taking Salt believing that it aids digestion and keeps tha blood toned up to the proper Point. A number articles have been going the rounds the press late the benefits to be derived from the judicious Usa Salt in somewhat larger quantities than people Are in the habit taking it and Many people have been induced to try this simple remedy one the most enthusiastic believers in the Virtues pure Salt is w. Ii. Clark this City who within a months time has been relieved a kidney trouble and greatly benefited in health by its use. In conversation with the reporter he said . Burgrave a Learned professor the University Ghent has just published a remarkable work in which he sets Forth that if the world would follow his instructions. Centenarians would become almost Asi common As new born babes. He claim that health is not a matter Chance Constitution. The Laws that regulator human life Are Calm and Reg ular Phenomena and All we have to do is to take care that it shall develop itself without obstruction. According to Hia theory Salt is the great regularizing agent he claims that Salt is an infallible cure for consumption and cholera. Formerly in Holland the greatest punishment which existed for offending soldiers was to give them unsalted bread. After a few months its Uso they almost invariably died. In Saxony at the end the last Century a terrible epidemic reigned solely through tha want Salt the russian peasants once saved themselves from a plague by putting Salt in the milk they drank. Tie professor estimates the Quantity that each adult in Ordinary health should consume every Twenty four hours to be two thirds an ounce the amount necessary for invalids and children to be in proportion to their vitality and age. Or. Clark thinks that invariably what is used should be taken at meat time immediately thereafter so that it will go with the digested food direct to the blood As Tho professor claims that if the blood be too Rich the Salt will clarify it and if too poor it will strengthen it and furnish it with its necessary elements. But extreme care should be taken not to use Salt to Xiv. Of Herald. Paper Box making. Irv muoi m Maeh no which enables Suitomi girl to do the work thirty. An Art that has been slow to undergo the transition from handicraft to machine processes is that making paper boxes. Until quite recently All the work making the exhaust less variety boxes used in the dry goods stationery and other trades has been done by hand except the cutting out the parts. The labor has been performed by girls who by Long practice have become Able to put together and cover several Hundred boxes a Day each. The Board which the Box is made is first Cut and creased so that the edges fold up to form the sides and ends. A strip glued paper is then put around holding the sides and ends firmly together at the Corners. This work is called setting up. Next the Box is covered with whatever is to form the surface As glazed ornamental paper printed labels. If the Box is to have a cover the hinge is made by a piece Strong cloth pasted to Box and cover and the surface paper is pasted Over the cloth. Tho most difficult part the Art to learn is that a dipping a As the work applying the glue is called. With a Broad Brush glue is spread a Zinc surface and the Box maker with a few dexterous motions dips the strip Label into it in such a Way that the surface is evenly covered. An invention lately perfected and in successful operation seems to be just the machine that Job shops have waited for. The parts having been Cut out by the same tools that Are used in the hand process glues one Side and delivers together one Broad it Elt All the Parte for completely covering a boxy to wit Tho Box strips labels top papers and trim innings. A machine can to Etc made Large enough to keep ten girls Busy pasting the strips Aud finishing the boxes. The Peculiar feature this machine is the feeding arrangement which automatically feeds the strips labels one at a time at regular intervals. This invention save thirty to fifty per cent in the Cost boxes. Sixteen girls Fli do the work thirty and make better wages per individual. It favors a Minuter subdivision work which conducts to expert Ness. Our girl for example applying herself exclusively to a a setting up the strips being delivered to her hand already glued soon becomes Able to set up 4,50c oxen a reports times office june 23, 1887. Flour Patent Quot i bbl. $ 5 10 a a a a sack.1 25 a a Best family bbl. $ 4 45 a a Amber sack. L 15 a a a a new proc. 1 50 wheat Bushel. 85 corny new up Bushel. 40 Oats new Bushel. 27 Rye Bushel. 66 butter Pound. 6@10 eos a i dozen. 12 buckwheat flour Pound. 03 hams Pound. 10 shoulders�?11 Pound. 07 sides Pound. 07 lard Pound. 08 tallow a Pound.7. 3$ beef i Pound. 07@15 Salt Goshen barrel 1 15 White lime�?1 barrel. 1 00 Akron cements barrel .1 35 calcined plaster barrel. 2 25 land plaster ton. 9 00 a a a a a barrel 1 50 potatoes Bushel new 30 r�40 dried peaches Bushel .1 65 rags Pound. Of onions Bushel. 50 hay�?1 ton new. 8 00 Timothy seed Bushel .2 25 Wool. S3. Fertilizers�?11 ton. 35 w

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