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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - March 24, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday March 24, 1887. Number 13. Official directory. District. Wilkins state . i a a j. 0. Glance common pleas j g Pearce county. Ankney or Bate . W. Yeagley prosecuting . F. Wilkins a a. C. Figert g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. J. It. Neumann s. Rufer a w. K. Lash r. Benner .0.11. Hoover i Ozias Delong infirmary j. Porter l. Lorantz Sec City. Daniel James ii. Elijah Philip Getzman Street commissioner John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. C. C. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. 15. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. S. Philadelphia times. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. . I. Cor Der. Commissioners. Surveyor. Council game Warden. Justices. Names. Townships. I Post office. Daniel Krebs Jolay. James w Stoutt Wayne. George Bear Perry. Isaac couts. Washington Lenry Deible Bucks. T Richardson. Sugar Creek. R g Galbraith. Warwick. T k Robinson. Warren. Philip a Garver Franklin. John Smith Goshen. Jas Galbraeth. Rush. John Milone. Mill. Daniel Richards Goshen. T 15 Rankin. L s Winsch. A<1 Timmerman. S y Renneker. L s Mckinney. Win e Beck. Samuel c Luvline. J 11 Gardner. Robot Coruthers John Wetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. T 11 m Ozena. Joseph Lealea _ Chas f Davis. C c Fernsel. Levi Travis. J w Newburg. Jos ii Lostetter Nieh Montag Wesley m Tracy a. Youngen. Hiram Echman. David Breymeir Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett. John s Spring. Charles ii Ellers John w Roll. Hugh t Minnis. C w Kinsley. P i Kuhn. s Wagner. J Baldwin Union. Rush. Clay. Perry. Fairfield. Sandy. Goshen. Lawrence Warren. Washington Wayne. Y Ork. Bucks. Salem. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Franklin. Auburn. Dover. Dover. Dover. Sandy. Auburn. Warwick. Lawrence. Sugar Creek. Salem. Jefferson. Fairfield. Jefferson Goshen. Oxford. York. Union. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Cadwallader. 1�?~eoli. 1 Baltic. Shanesville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. New Philada a. Gnadenhutten. Gnadenhutten. Cadwallader. New Philada a. Mineral City. New Philada a. Bolivar. New Cumberland a Albany. Dundee. New pm Iliad a. Baltic. Port Washington Uhrichsville. I Dennison. Newtoni Erston Strasburg. Ragersville. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City. Ragersville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Shanesville. Port Washington 1 port Washington Zoar station. St Ltd be Creek. New Philada a. Newcom e Rstow w n Black band. A Luh Richville. directory. A 0ct01t Eda w1liielmi met lean. Gynaecologist. Practice limited to diseases of women and children. Office Public Square new Philadelphia 0. 7 j. T. , . G Warburton. . Is. Met lean a war15urt0n. Physicians and surgeons. Office and residence Public Square new Phil phia Ohio. 7 y j w. Richards. Physician and surgeon. Office and residence. No. 46, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 48yl prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. Cd. Hissong a shaving shampooing and hair dressing parlor in basement under Millers drug store on North Broadway. New Philadelphia. 0. 4syl John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to Ltd in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House on North Broadway. 47yl j ii 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 Camuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. Ail 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 Mitchell d. D. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. It lilo re a new Philadelphia. 0. Over Raiffe a hardware store Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. Gas and Ether administered. Diseases of the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1the 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 tie ears. Good livery in connection with the House. 9ylchurch directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. In. And 7 of clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. Christi every lords Day morning at 10 00 a. In. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day of each month. Sunday Sci ool at 9 o clock a. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 of clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 of clock. German every sunday at lw30. A. And 2 15 p. M., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday of morning service of each month a missionary concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 of clock preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 of clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. directory. chapter no. 38. It. 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, Amp a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Liali. J. L. Mcllvain . G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights of Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. C. W. Duncan k. Of it. And s. I. 0. O. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. T. J. . N. G. L. A. Coryell rec. Sec a. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. C. Stempi Fly n. G p. Skol rec. Sec a. I. . Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday of each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. John i Unn c. P. I. A. Correll scribe. Cnt0n Tuscarawas no. 3-5, p. a 1. 0. O f., meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. R. J. W. Dodd Captain. A. Bippus Secretary. U. A. Crawford Post no. 6, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Daniel Korns commander. R. L. Couch. Adjutant. Royal Council meets every first and third Friday of each month in knights of pythias Hall. A. P. Minnick Regent. J. Ii. Officer Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday of each month at g. R. Hall. E. Kasel Lmax pres. We. Bowers Cor. Sec a. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday March 24, 1s87. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Judge Cooley on inter state Commerce Law. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. Ult the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 4srremittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. 49address All matter intended for publication to the of newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use of it whether he Lias ordered it or not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without forming the publishers and the paper is sent to the former direction they Are held responsible notice should always be Given of removal. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take papers from the office or place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to discontinue. The inquisitorial tax Laws. The following were among the Bills which passed the House and Senate on saturday last or. Copes House Bill to provide that Coal mining companies shall pay employees twice a month under penalty of 10 per cent on a month due after being reconsidered the second time to Day. Or. Ankeny to authorize the City Council of new Philadelphia Tuscarawas county to Transfer funds. Or. Ankeny authorizing the trustees of Mill township Tuscarawas county to Issue Bonds for the purpose of sinking Wells for natural Gas and Oil. The Bill on motion of or. Cope was amended to make it apply to Washington Columbiana county also. Or. Richardson s Bill making the terms of township clerks trustees and treasurers three years was lost receiving but 40 votes. The inquisitorial tax Laws that Are in Force in some of the states is attracting considerable attention and provoking comment and criticism from various Points. It is claimed by those who profess to be thoroughly informed that the methods used in some counties in Ohio and other Western states to place property on the tax duplicate is driving the capital and wealth to other states where the method of enforcing the tax Laws Are not so obnoxious. The practice of commissioners in some counties in Ohio is to employ a spy to pry into a Many a business agreeing to pay him 25 per cent of All sums found due As taxes from those who Are supposed to withhold from the tax duplicate a portion of their property and then when they think they have a victim threaten him with a suit if he does not promptly pay up. Two things then stare the property Holder or capitalist in the face first the expense and vexation of a suit second the idea of being dragged into court an inquisition held Over his manner of business his investments profits where his property is and where his moneys Are loaned or deposited and in fact that secrecy forcibly divulged that surrounds every business operation and which secret movements in business is the sacred right of every free american citizen and should tie regarded As sacred As the relations of the married state Between Man and wife. It is equally objectionable to Public policy to Force a divulge nce of one As the other. It is detrimental to the business interests of the country to thus drive a Man to Lay Bare All his operations. In fact this method amounts to a blackmailing scheme and the extent of it is measured by the spy that is sent out. If Lyle it May be True that the property had not All been listed the victim must pay All that is asked or undergo an inquisition. Nine out of every ten would suffer a wrong to be perpetrated and perhaps double the sum that was due actually filched from their pockets. It is claimed that $00,000,000 Lias been driven out of Cleveland in that Way and has sought investment else Liere. It has been said that $30,000 Lias been driven out of Tuscarawas county in that Way. It is natural too for the Man who Loans Money to think it unfair for his Money to go on the tax duplicate at full value when the Holder of personal and real estate does not list at full value. The Money Lender measures his rate of interest by his taxes. Low taxes makes Low rates of interest. He need a commission to inquire into the tax Laws of our state and devise a just Means of listing instead of the present Effort to enact a still More stringent and obnoxious Means of enforcing the present Law. Connecticut seeing the error of their Way in enforcing the tax Laws has constituted a commission to look into matters and consider their system of taxation. The Lender pays taxes on his Money loaned and the Borrower also pays taxes on the same by being taxed on the real estate that the Money went into. He cannot deduct his debts from the value of his real estate and personal property if he borrowed every Dollar of his investment he would be taxed on it or in other words taxed on his debts. There Are Many Points that need revising in the tax system and the people should ask a revision of tie tax Laws and do away with obnoxious systems of enforcing the Laws and our commissioners would do Well to consider the matter and do nothing to drive away the Money of the county. Chautauqua was the scene of an extensive fire on the 21st inst., that blotted out the greater portion of the Assembly grounds summer eld and Simpson Avenue. Over seventy cottages and Many stores and other buildings including the childrens Temple and amphitheatre were burned. The loss will be about 125,000 dollars. The fire originated in a cottage on Winfield Avenue and owing to the fact that the cottages were built close together the flames could not be subdued. The Michigan Central and Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad companies have issued circulars requesting holders to return All passes held by them j Edge Cooley receiver of the Wabash system speaking about mileage tickets said yesterday that he did not wish to be understood As favouring a two and a half cent rate for mileage rate but under the Law the railroads could not make a different rate for commercial travellers than for other people desiring to Purchase such tickets. As he interprets the Law if a two cent rate per mile is made for one class of travellers tickets must be sold at the same rate to every body else and if such rate was made Over one portion of the Road it had to be made the same Over the entire line. He did not approve of the action of some of the Western roads in supplying commercial firms with All the tickets they needed for the year at a $20 rate before putting the new rate into effect. He considers that action an evasion of the spirit of the new Law. His company had made no attempt to Force the Sale of commercial mileage tickets at the present rate and Lias kept their Issue at a minimum and by april 1st there would he hut few of the old tickets in the hands of shippers and merchants. Judge Cooley in reply to a question whether two thousand or five thousand mile tickets could not he sold to commercial travellers for less than the rate for thousand mile tickets said he thought not. In his opinion it was the intention of the framers of the new Law to make the rate for mileage tickets the same for every body no matter How Many Miles were purchased by the same person. With tie same right he said it might be claimed that under the new Law a lower rate might be Given to a Man shipping fifty cars of freight than a Man shipping ten ears or one car. Come and spend a social hour on thursday evening at the rink and take a Choice supper. Young gentlemen done to forget to invite the ladies out for supper thursday evening March 24th. John a. Logan son of the late senator was married on monday to miss Edith ii. Andrews of Youngstown it it. Miss Andrews is Twenty two years old and is said to he attractive hut not handsome. She has a Good education and is quite a conversationalist. She is of a wealthy family. Miss Andrews Trousseau is elegant. Her wedding gown is of heavy White Satin with a train three Yards in length made in Marie Antoinette style with High a shaped Waist standing Collar of lace sleeves laced to the wrist and puffs at shoulders of lace. She wore a necklace and ornaments of pearls and diamonds. The maid of Honor miss Julia Andrews is sister of the Bride. They will reside in Youngstown. A representative Ankeny voted against All the local option Bills and also against the Bill to provide instruction in our Public schools on the evil effects of alcoholic drinks on the human a advocate. The democrats who voted for the Hill were Ankeny Braddock Geyer Hub hard Huffman Hull Kreis Mckeever puck Schultz smally Turner Yin Nedge and Williams of coshocton�?14. So the Bill could not have passed without the democratic vote. With the fourteen Given it by the democrats left off it would have lacked eight votes of a enquirer March 5th. Brother Mellaine is a Little off on that Point. A Quaker doctor by the name of g. W. Randall of Hastings Nebraska outraged a 11 year old girl a patient of the doctors who was assisted in accomplishing his purpose by his wife. On the l Ith inst. While his trial was going on a brother of the Little girl entered the court room with a revolver and deliberately walked up to the doctor and shot him through the head killing him instantly and then made his escape. The crowd threatened to Lynch mrs. Randall. Tuscarawas county has organized a Tariff Reform club in which members Are taking a very Active interest. On saturday last they met for business and were addressed by Hon. Michael i. Harter superintendent of the Aultman works at Mansfield a missionary in a Good cause. He has that encouragement and Consolation that every Good Man has who fights for the rights of tiie m Carroll chronicle. Personal mention. James Ward was in town yesterday March 22d the president appointed the following inter state Commerce commissioners Thomas m. Cooley of Michigan for the term of six years William r. Morrison of Illinois for five years Augustus Shoonmaker of new York for four years Aldace Walker of Vermont for three years Walter s. Bragg of Alabama for two year.?. Walker and Cooley Are republicans. Twenty six lives were lost in the hotel tire at Buffalo n. Y. The fire is supposed to be the work of an incendiary. The hotel was not supplied with sufficient fire escapes and the Telephone wires on the outside were in the Way of ladders being placed to the building and thus escape was greatly impeded. The Ohio legislature has increased the governors salary from $4,000 to $8,000. If the legislature had been democratic it would have been called an outrageous act. Bellair held an election last week to decide the question As to whether the City would have a prohibition ordinance. The vote stood 109 majority against prohibition. Messes. Enoch and Thomas Fribley opened up their new dry Good store to the Public on saturday last. The opening was a grand Success and the store j was thronged All Day and until late at night with customers. The sales of the Day were Large. People were agreeably surprised at the Low prices on their goods. The Stock selected is an excellent one and makes a Fine display. Messes. Fribley and the clerks Are very accommodating and will win a Host of customers. They also keep a full line of groceries. He take pleasure in announcing that Jacob Darst is a candidate for re election in precinct no. 1, Goshen township for supervisor. Oysters stewed and Fried cold meats salads hot coff be ice Cream and cake at the rink on North Broadway thursday eve. The 24th. A Nevada court holds that a Man who has $5 in his pocket and his Board paid for a week ahead is a a a capitalist within the meaning of the Law. It is estimated that the whole number of umbrellas made in the United states annually is 8,000,000. The number borrowed is supposed to be a Little less than 8,000,000. Or. Peter link has opened up a fresh Stock of groceries in the room lately occupied by Thomas Fribley. Or. Link is a reliable business Man and deserves a Good share of patronage. The most depraved woman yet discovered is said to live in Nebraska. She recently took part in a Church fair lottery and forged a ticket which Drew the prize crazy quilt. Or. George Taylor lost his Fine blooded Colt on monday last valued at $150. The Colt suffered several Days and some claimed it had lock jaw and some congestion of the lungs. At music Hall saturday March 26tli, a first class vocal and instrumental concert by the mine. Fry Boston concert company under the management of the ladies of the presbyterian Church. If you Are the son of a Veteran of the late War go to the meeting on saturday evening next in g. A. R. Hall and assist in re organizing Ellsworth Camp s. Of v. Former members of the Camp Are especially invited to be present. W c will devote a column of our paper in the future to the ladies. The woman suffrage association of Boston will contribute to this column and we cheerfully invite any of the lady readers of our paper to join in the discussion of woman a rights. See our column this week. Rev. J. Monroe candidate for Congress on the prohibition ticket in this District went to Wichita last fall where he was employed As pastor of a congregation. They being a Little Short of Cash he was paid in town lots on which he has realized about $4,000 for his years press. The firemen a Ball on last Friday evening was a grand Success Over 125 couple being present to trip the Light fantastic toe. The prizes were awarded As follows miss Nettie Bear of new Philadelphia the Gold watch and Chain miss ale Miller of canal Dover the Diamond ring and miss Jones of Uhrichsville the Gold bracelets. We met John Emerson the other night carrying a Pitcher and he was in a Fine humor. He said he had just been treating the boys and we wanted to know what it All meant when he informed us a Little stranger had came to Board with him that explained All. We were invited to partake of that Good cider too. It is a girl and All parties doing Well. Prof. Will Willie Champion Greco roman wrestler of the world at music Hall monday evening March 2sth, 1887, will attempt the wonderful feat of giving three straight Falls to Fred Yingling of Wooster in thirty minutes. Or. Yingling is the Champion athlete of Ohio. There will be other professionals present on this occasion. Good music. Miss Mary Beach of Macksburg did not receive the patronage she justly deserved at music Hall on monday night. Her lecture on Temperance was said to be excellent. Her subject was Peculiar a a a education and woman a work the cause of could the Temperance ladies of new Philadelphia have taken offence at the subject which included women As a partial cause for intemperance miss Beach is regarded As a lady of Good ability and a Good speaker and those who attended speak in High Praise of her Effort Here. A Good two Story Frame Shingle roof dwelling of eight rooms for Sale situated on West High Street about two and one half squares from Public Square lot 39 x264 feet Good stable and outbuildings fruit Trees and grapes on lot Cistern that holds 300 Barrells and Good cellar under the House and House in first class condition. Price $1,850. Terms�?$550 Down and $100 per year at c per cent interest until All is paid which would take 15 years. This is the Best Chance Ever offered in new Philadelphia for a Nice Home. If you want this bargain you must come soon. Call on s. Moore at his Law office for he is agent for it. Or. And mrs. James Noble of Mcpherson Kansas was visiting at the residence of their Cousin s. Moore on North Broadway monday and tuesday of this week. Or. Noble was one of the Lucky men to catch the Western Boom. Thirteen years ago he purchased a tree claim of 160 acres for $1,000, adjoining the then Little town of Mcpherson. The town has grown to be a Little City of 6,000 inhabitants and catching the late Boom and further strengthened by the probability of the Capitol being removed to that place from Topeka has made it wild and is a second Wichita. The town having built up to this 160 acre tract made it a very desirable addition to the City. Or. Noble sold the land a few weeks ago for $24,100, reserving a Block of 12 lots that he has since been offered $6,000 for the half of. He could realize out of the entire property $36,000. The people Are Rushing in so rapidly that the five or six hotels cannot accommodate them and they have to seek lodging at private houses. That is the Way Kansas booms. They done to try to keep a Railroad out of the town in Kansas like some of new Philadelphia citizens. Or. Wilbur Milar spent sunday with his parents. Wilson Harris was in town wednesday buying horses. Miss Dora Holloway returned from Uhrichsville on tuesday. Miss Ida ploughman of Akron Ohio spent a few Days at her Home in this City. Hon. Francis Ankeny is Home from Columbus the legislature having adjourned. _ miss Mary Fisher and miss Mary be bar of Elyria visited Over sunday with mrs. J. W. Judy. Willis Emerson of Canton Lias been visiting relatives and friends in new Philadelphia and Vicinity the past week. James Conn and family left Here on wednesday for Kansas City where they expect to make their Home in the future. Mrs. E. W. Uhrich of Uhrichsville is stopping with her sister miss Lucy i a Greiff while her parents Are absent in new York. Rev. Anderson was in town on wednesday of this week. He is one of the reverend gentlemen that ownes property in new Philadelphia. Captain Parrish one of the Stalwart republicans of Mill township was in town on wednesday. The Captain is so venerable looking he ought to have been a minister instead of a political. Or. And mrs. Fred Kinzie took their Little daughter Maggie to Cincinnati last tuesday for medical treatment. Maggie is suffering with Brights disease of the kidneys and the physician who attended her Here has Given up All Hope of her recovery. Married. Hensel Wilson. A on Friday evening last at the m. E. Parsonage by Rev. Wilson or. Samuel Hensel and miss Frank Wilson All of new Philadelphia Ohio. Street talk. A Young Blacksmith came to town and stopped at John Glouser a. John is tickled All Over. Or. Teichman had the first strawberries for this season. They were sent to him from Cleveland by his son. Quite a number of men imbibed too freely saturday night and ladies had to turn off the pavement to get around them. Slavid Raiff of new Philadelphia has the finest game chickens in town and by next fall will he Able to whip All the other roosters in new Philadelphia. The game Warden will give five Dol Lars to any one who will furnish enough proof to convict the party who shot a Squirrel on the River Bank about half a mile from town last week. J. A. G. A monstrosity. A German woman gives birth to an infant with an elephants ii i woman a views. Cora Hasbrook has returned from Columbus where she Lias been clerking for her brother George. Arthur t. Stone and sister Maggie of Canton Ohio spent a few Days with their Many friends in this place. Messes. Isaac and John Everitt of Trenton started on tuesday of this week for Kingman Kansas and other Points to View the booming West. Bridgeport ct., March 22. Mrs. Kretschner a German woman of this City gave birth recently to a male infant which has an elephants head and in place of a nose a Short trunk. The Mouth and lips protrude like those of an elephant. The child weighs about nine pounds and can be fed Only with a spoon. The Mother visited the circus Winter quarters Here during the past Winter and was terribly frightened by the elephants. The parents succeeded in keeping the matter to themselves until now and very few have been permitted to see the child. Emperor William of the German Empire celebrated his 90th birthday anniversary on the 22d inst. The City of Berlin was gaily decorated. Great crowds of people thronged the streets and 500,000 moved in procession. Banquets were Given in America France Austria and Russia in Honor of the aged emperor. Jle is in Good health yet the Empress looks older and More feeble than he. Emperor Quilliam is one of the great monarchs of the world. I certify that there has been More work done on the roads in precinct no. 1 last year than there was done in two years prior thereto. This labor was easily performed by the Aid of the Road machine furnished by the new Board of trustees. Jacob Darst. Farmers a a do you want this Job of shovelling Snow a tramp a slam not a Snow shoveler i Sprinkle lawns. The Man who shovels Snow will he along in about ten the Western fever is becoming con Ageous and a great Many Tuscarawas county people Are leaving for Kansas and other we Estern states. Mrs. William Walters of Stone Creek died on monday and was buried yesterday in the new Philadelphia cemetery. Rev. Domer presiding elder preached in the m. E. Church on sunday last. Rev. Cook and Rev. Kuhns exchanged pulpits sunday last. There Are go,000 women Farmers in Ireland. If it be a womanly for women to vote or to hold office it is a womanly for Victoria to be Queen of Geo. Win. Curtis. Fencing clubs for women art1 popular in new York during Lent. Girls enjoy the exercise. The sport compels them to put away corsets and French heels. A half Century ago in Turkey it was considered a shame for a woman to read. To Day two schools in constantinople have been established by the Sultan himself. The Waldensian at the general conference at Florence Italy have decreed that hereafter women members shall be allowed to vote but not to Speek at Church meetings. Norman w. Dodge of new York has instituted a prize of $360, to be awarded at each annual exhibition of the Academy to the Best picture painted in the United states by a woman. The woman suffrage constitutional amendment which passed the Rhode Island Senate 28 to 8, has now passed the House 52 to 5,and will be submitted to the voters Early in april. The paper of miss Mary e. Byrd assistant in the mathematical department of Carleton College on a a popular fallacies about observatories a delivered at the laying of the Corner Stone of the new Observatory last fall is being extensively copied by scientific papers in England and on the continent. No Man can take out a License to marry the minor daughter of another without his consent. But the Law virtually gives every Man a License to seduce the minor daughter of his neighbor and the child a own consent discharges him of All penalty. It is no wonder that the various woman a associations Are asking to have the Law changed. If mothers were voters such a Law could never have been passed. Woman has won by her work and Faith what came to men without their winning a right to the ballot. Is there anything that can suffer by such a Concession ? would the press break Down while it printed the ballots that a woman a hand might cast would the ballot when dropped into the Box explode like a charge of dynamite ? some things such As the nomination of intemperate and incompetent men would be exploded As though a mine of Nitro Gly Erinc had been Bishop Llu St a a my dear a he said As he prepared to leave Home after supper a a the Market has been feverish All a a i a if wheat should go up a cent or two this evening i might not be Home until a a and in Case wheat goes Down done to expect me before a a 1 see. Well dear you keep your Eye on wheat and stay As Long As you care to for in be asked col. Haskins Over to play whist this evening and hell be sure to stay until wheat stood still and the husband was Back before nine of clock. Womanly influence. It is often said that women would a a lose their influence if they were allowed to vote. But what is it that gives influence ? Beauty goodness tact Talent Money pleasing manners social position a Hundred things not one of which would be destroyed by the right to vote. Then in addition the right to vote itself carries influence even when the voter has neither character nor brains. The tastes and prejudices of the most ignorant men Are considered and referred to by political managers for the Sake of their votes while the wishes of the most intelligent women often pass unrewarded because they Are not voters. It is said a a a women can exert More influence by talking with her husband and friends and teaching her children than she can by voting a As if it would be impossible for her to do both. After suffrage is granted women will still be Able to talk with their friends and to teach their children every Avenue of influence they now have will still he open to them and another very important one in addition. Nor is it Likely that the opinions of women on Public questions would be regarded with less respect by men than they Are now merely because tie Law had raised women out of their present category with children lunatics and other persons whose political opinions Are considered not Worth counting. There is really no sense in what is often said about indirect influence being greater than direct influence As if the two were incompatible. Every Good Man has both. He Lias an indirect Power for Good by his character and personal influence and a direct Power for Good by his vote. The latter never interferes with the former. There is an old Story about a prisoner who had been shut up for years in a Dungeon receiving Light Only through a chink in the Wall. His mind became weakened by Long Captivity and when his friends proposed to tear Down the Wall and let him out he protested. He said that if the Wall was destroyed the chink through which All his Light came would be destroyed too. And he would be left in total darkness. The fear that women would a a lose their influence a if they had votes is just As irrational. All the Means of influence they have now they would have still and one More besides. Whatever amount of influence and respect woman now possess they possess in spite of their political disabilities not because of them. Alice Stone Blackwell. Unclaimed letters. The following list of unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office March 21st, 1887 Thos Stansbury win Simon John Rea Rosanna Silford George h Porter Emma Penn James c Torrence o o Willaert mrs Christina Allen Julius Frealion j h Van Glahn John a Brown Christ Berk More amp Bros d p Elliott. Pm p. Degrief p. Must have been Tough. Steubenville Ohio March 13. This afternoon at 2 of clock Daniel Conners a Panhandle brakeman was crossing the River Bridge on top of a freight car when his head struck the Channel Span knocking him under the wheels which Cut off one leg. He was then knocked Over the Bridge into the River and notwithstanding his wounded condition swam ashore a distance of two Hundred Yard. He was taken to the Hospital. Recovery is doubtful. His Home is in Essex Pennsylvania. Another Art craze. The Legal Mill. reports. The latest Art work among ladies is known As the a a French craze a for decorating China glassware Etc. It is something entirely new and is both profitable and fascinating. It is very popular in new York Boston and other Eastern cities. To ladies desiring to learn the Art we will Send an elegant China plaque size 18 inches handsomely decorated for a Model together with Box of material 100 coloured designs assorted in Flowers animals soldiers land scapes Etc., Complete with full instructions upon receipt of Only $1.00. The plaque alone is Worth More than the amount charged. To every lady ordering this outfit who encloses the address of five other ladies interested in Art matters to whom we can mail our new catalogue of Art goods we will enclose extra and without charge an imitation hand painted brass place quo. Instruction Bonk in painting 16 coloured pictures Etc., Only 15c. Embroidery silk Best Quality All colors 80c per 100 skeins. Tinsel braid Gold or Silver Lor Art embroidery and Needle work Large Ball Only 15c. Mac rame Cord White 50c per la any color 60cper la. Other goods at equally Low prices. Address tiie Empire news co., Syracuse new York. 10w8 ladies guide to fancy work. This work contains nearly 500 handsome illustrations with instructions for making hundreds of Beautiful things either for adorning your Home or presents for your friends at a most trifling expense including All kinds of fancy work artistic embroideries lace work knitting tatting and net work contains designs for monograms initials tidies Lambre quins ottomans counter pains rugs Carriage Robes brackets Wall pockets waste paper baskets work boxes work baskets work bags pen wipers hanging baskets Catchall pin cushions footstools hanker chief boxes Glove boxes card baskets sofa pillows table covers work stands table Scarf screens scrap bags hand bags table Mats toilet Mats lamp Mats lamp shades Pillow Shams Pillow Sham holders curtains toilet stands Slipper cases letter cases Hassocks Cigar boxes sachets fancy purses slippers dressing gowns music portfolios knife cases fans Flower trimmings window shades Feather work spatter work Leaf photographs and Many other things. It is handsomely bound containing 64 Large 3-column pages and will be sent Post paid for Only 30 cents. It is the finest Book on fancy work Ever published and every lady interested in household Art should secure a copy at once. Address the Empire news co., 10w8 Syracuse n. Y. A transfers of real estate. The grand ledge Mich Independent is always making improvements of some kind. The latest is a clean office Towel. The old one is to be made into f ii Loller to win f Robinson lot 22, Dennison $500. Jacob Morgan to David Bradley 30 acres Wayne township $1,200. Isabella Jones to we Howard part of lot 550, new Philadelphia $300. August Kuhn to Henry Kuhn jr., 10 j acres York township $750. Maurice Moody to Luther l Holmes lots 1, 2 an 3, Dennison $750. We Domer to the Board of education 2 acres Bucks township $200. Henry e Singhaus to Casper Singhaus j 2 16-100 acres new Philadelphia $1. John Gardner to Taylor Shannon it Al 1 acre Perry township $35. W l Rowland it Al to Susan Johnson i lot 104, West Chester $20. J sheriff Bowers to Jesse i and Chas f 1 Baker part of lots 245, 246, 247 and 248, Dover $801. Sheriff Bowers to Jesse d Baker part of lot 245, Dover $118. Nathan Fisher to Lucinda Eakin part of lot 43, Sandyville $450. Nathan Fisher to Fred Kohl lot 43 and part of lot 42, Sandyville $250. Fred Kohl to Callie m Deal lot 43 and part lot 42, Sandyville $216. Samuel me to Nathan l Fisher lot 43 and part of lot 42, $260. John Booth to John Harding 3 32-100 acres Oxford township $63. Lucinda and John Eakin to Emma e Fisher part of lot 43, Sandyville $450. Peter Petty to d w Swaim 12 acres Perry township $600. Martin Staley to Casper Schweitzer lot 40, Uhrichsville $50. Philip Rinehart to we j Rinehart 104 acres Dover 6,760. John a Bower to the joint Stock co part lot 14, new Cumberland 700. L ii Wilson to we Jones lot 168, Mill township 300. Robert ii Nugen to we r Shields lot 28, Newcomerstown 300. Israel b Voye Intz to we r Shields lot 28, Newtoni Erston 500. Christian Coppersmith to Arnold Gatchett lot 33, Blakes Mills 150. Fletcher Douthitt to Alvina s Douthitt part of lot 201, new Philadelphia 3, 500. Jas a d Richards it Al to f Douthitt lot 2 and part of lot 3, Uhrichsville $30. W ii Gib Lioney to Emerson r Van Ostran part lots 125 and 126, Uhrichsville 1,000. Adam Limbach to Adam May 34 acres York township 1,870.00 Maurice Moody to j r Yeagley part of lots 15 and 16, Dennison 566.67. Isaac Vliek Unsderfer to Allen Miksch part of lot 74, Gnadenhutten 300.00 Jacob n Mast to Webster m Barr 10 acres Sugarcreek township 3,500.00. Albert Blickens Derfer is Frederick r Bigler judgment $579.36 Sale of premises. Impan Clment and report of grand jury Selling to person in habit Etc., 2. Selling to minor 2. Keeping open and Selling on sunday,1. The committee to examine county commissioners annul statement report. Report produced to court examined and returned to the auditor with the courts endorsement thereon. Ohio is William Stubbins imprisoned for keeping room for Good cause shown to court As Well As serving term of imprisonment and upon payment of Fine and costs the court reduced Fine assessed $25. Ohio is Charles Grafe robbery no Bill found by grand jury prisoner discharged. Ohio is George Boes and Albert Bur Kel robbery no Bill found by grand jury prisoners discharged. Jeremiah Rusk is the Monarch Coal co trial to jury jury View place return to court parties Settle Case each to pay their respective costs. General order of court ordering 200 jurors to serve in the several courts during the next current year and allows sheriff Bowers $200 for 1886, under Section 1231 revised statutes. John Burry is John Wetter settled. Mary e Deary is Isaac Evans decree granting title to Margaret Wright finding that Jane Welch had advancement during life of her father of $800, decreed to be deducted from her share of the estate decree of partition of real estate. Connelly a co is new Philadelphia Gas Light co plaintiff to file reply april 1. Lucinda Maughiman is Isaac Maugh Iman defendant Daniel a to answer March and Adamm made party with leave to answer install ter. Gottlieb Ladrach is Rosanna Balli settled and costs paid. Jennie Bailey is Bertha Myers continuance stricken out and Wesley Tracy made party As co administrator. Jacob Foehl is Jacob beavers continuance stricken out plaintiff to reply april 1. Wilc Wentz amp co is John lamas Anna lamas to reply to Charles lamas a answer Sale confirmed and deed ordered distribution of proceeds. Catharine Scheu is John Shiraz Bash Sale confirmed and deed ordered distribution of proceeds. Ohio is Watty Watkins Selling to minor. Ohio is same Selling and keeping open on sunday. Ohio is same Selling to a person in the habit. Recognizance entered in each Case for defendants appearance april 19. Ohio is Worth Mathias and William Seitz Selling to minor. Ohio is same Selling to person in the habit. Recognizance entered for defendants appearance april 19. Jonas Allison add no rvs we Rose tiber by judgment on Cross petition of j Anderegg $307.60. Benj Beans is the Royal insurance co settled. John Bealier is it j w Dodd defendant to Lile ameded answer i Stanter. A b Case amp co is John f Kugler defendant to answer april 1. Samuel House is Louisa House dismissed. Charles Gentsch adm rvs Henry Cen Terban judgment for defendant Helen Gentsch $145.85. Sale of premises. Frank Fleck is Jacob Morgan it Al the Cleveland a Canton Railroad made parly. Ohio is John Saunders and Edward Saunders nol pros entered As to Edward Saunders trial to jury As to John Saunders verdict a found guilty of lower degree of offence than charged in indictment to wit assault fined $10 and costs. The Westinghouse co is Andrew s Peterman judgment $924.85, $907.46 Sale of premises. Alex Mccullough is Ezekiel Evans defendant to reply March 25. David Judy is Benj Fisher defendant to reply april 5. John Sattler is b j Johnson plaintiff leave to Supply pleadings lost and Case placed on next Calendar. Joseph Horne a co is Harrison j Knisely settled. Catharine e Brusher is Rufus Roth settled each party to pay their respective costs. J w Chapman is Cleveland a Marietta Railroad judgment on verdict. $210 and costs. Theodore Minna is Cleveland a Marietta Railroad judgment on verdict $142.25 and costs. Joseph e Fredenburg is Cleveland Lorain a Wheeling Railroad motion for new trial overruled thirty Days allowed to prepare Bill of exceptions judgment on verdict $761.14 and costs. Sarah e Hasket is j t of Donnell it Al motion for new trial overruled 30 Days allowed to prepare Bill of exceptions judgment on verdict $165.56 and costs. Body Deis a co is the Dennison Coal co settled. George w Pace is Marial Moore motion for new trial overruled 30 Days for Bill of exceptions judgment on verdict $111.65 and costs. Nathaniel Miller is George w Meese motion for new trial overruled 30 lays for Bill of exceptions judgment on verdict $677.91. Collector a a How Many times do you want me to Call for this Money a debtor a a my dear sir you need never Call again. I shall not be times office March 24, flour Patent bbl. A sack. Best family bbl. Amber sack. A a a a new Proe. Wheat Bushel. Corny new Bushel. Oats new to Bushel. Rye Quot a Bushel. Bitter Pound. Enos dozen. Buckwheat flour Quot it Pound. Hams Pound. Shoulders Pound. Sides Pound. Lard Pound. Tallow of Pound. Beef of Pound. Salt Goshen of barrel. White Lime of barrel. Akron cements of barrel. Calcined plaster of barrel. Land plaster of ton. A a a a a of barrel. Potatoes of Bushel new. Dried peaches of Bushel. Dried apples Bushel. A of Pound. Rags of Pound. Onions of Bushel. Hay�?113 ton new. Clover seed of Bushel 60.�. Timothy seed�?59 Bushel. Wool. Fertilizers of ton. 1887. 10 25 45 20 50 78 40 27 66 150722 12 03 10 07 07 07 3 07@15 1 15 1 00 1 35 2 25 9 00 1 50 30 1 65 1 00 04 01 50 8 00 3 80 2 10 30 35 00 dancing at Eagle . Nott of Canton will open a school for misses and masters saturday March 26th at 3 p. In. He May be found at the Sherman House. Prof. Nott comes Well recommended and the Steubenville papers speak highly of him As a teacher and . Leather shoe findings and All kinds of harness goods at very Low prices at Zimmerman a. He pays Cash for hides furs and sheep pelts. 13w2 do not forget to examine into our offers in real estate. See our list on 4th Page. We Are offering some extra bargains now on town property. On and after a urea 22d, 1 will have $8,000 to loan for three or five years secured by first mortgage on Tuscarawas county farms. 9 John a. Iii Mes. For lots on West front Street three squares from the Center will sell cheap. For information Call on j. C. Dittmar new Philadelphia of farm for i desire to rent my farm of 250 acres lying Al out three Miles South of new Philadelphia to a Good party. Call on Oliver Knisely. For very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per cent interest on investment. Also other desirable lots and properties. John a. Iii Mes new Philadelphia 1 St patronize your Home the Nursery of Daniel Luss new Philadelphia Ohio you can buy All kinds of fruit Trees ornamental Trees Shrub Ery Green House plants Flowers and vegetable plants cheap. Ilw8 for piano lion buggy nearly new very cheap will take $40. Also a new two seat Sleigh at $10. Party own in them wants to go West and has offered these articles at a great bargain. For further information Call at the i is the time to have your old lounges and parlor suits repaired and to leave your order for new ones. Come and look at our styles of frames and pushes and we will give you Good honest work and Low prices. 13\v2 a. Gintz amp co. Now is the time to subscribe for the times and the american Farmer Lith one year for $1.30 Cash. Our present subscribers can have the same Opportunity by renewing their subscription for the times. See advertisement on 4th Page for standing top Phaeton nearly new and of first class work and material Cost $150.w ill sell cheap also a new set single harness Cost $50 will sell cheap with Phaeton or will sell alone. For information Call at the times office. Any one desiring to sell Exchange of buy real estate of any kind or chattels will do Well to Call on tiie proprietor of the times who will act As agent for the same on reasonable terms. No charges made for advertising in the times when you employ us As agent. No names o parties Given to the Public but made n Only to those wishing to Purchase. Of a grand opening new firm and new goods. Fribley its co., of new Philadelphia Are now receiving an immense Stock of new and stylish Spring goods comprising ail the newest novelties and varieties fresh from Eastern markets and in about ten Days from this Date will have a grand opening at their new store room on South Broadway to which they invite All the people of Tuscarawas county As they will give bargains to buyers such As were never Indore off it red in this Market. Or. Fribley late p. M., will be Happy to see All who want elegant goods cheap. Philadelphia Normal school. The Spring term of our school will open on tuesday. April 12th, 1887. All the common branches will let a thoroughly reviewed and Especial attention will be Given to teacher preparing for teaching. We shall have penmanship and bookkeeping by pro. G. Bixler or by one of his Best graduates geometry trigonometry and latin by prof. J. 11. Dood 1. A German by Rev. O. J. A cola classes in higher algebra astronomy natural philosophy physiology chemistry botany geology and other higher branches will he organized if desired by a requisite number of students. Students from abroad should be hereon monday april 11th, if possible so As to secure Good and cheap boarding places and to be present the next Day during the organization of classes and the students literary society. Tuition and boarding arc As cheap Here if not cheaper than elsewhere and our school shall be second to none in Tuscarawas county. For further particulars address John p. Kuizin lock Box 707, new Philadelphia Ohio

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