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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - May 5, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday May 8, 1s87. Number 19. Official directory. District. Berlah Wilkins w. Crites Ujj. Ilance t j. S. Pearce Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins j. Figert g. W. Powers a 0 1 n w. Kinsey John Meyers. J. I Neumann i s. Ruler w. E. Lash .0. Ii. Hoover Ozias Delong it j. Porter i l. K City. Daniel j allies ii. Elijah Philip commissioner John s. Jacob ,1t i Quot Council 1 Iether P. Scott. Andrew s. Warden. Congress. State senator. Common pleas judges. County. Representative. Private j Edge. Pose Euting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. I a. A Milf. I. Eos Der. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Names. Daniel Krebs. James w Stoutt George Bear Isaac outs. Henry l t Richardson r g Galbraith. T k Robinson. Philip a Carver John Smith. Jas alb Earth. John Milone. Daniel Richards t p Rankin. L s Wunsch. And Timmerman. S y . L s Mckinney. Win e Peck. Samuel c Lilie. J 11 Gardner. Pobst Coruthers .1 Ohn Wetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. T .1 Stocker. T ii Mozena. Joseph Lealea. Chas f Davis. C c Fernsel. Levi Travis. I w new Burg. Jos h Hostetler Nieh Montag. Wesley m Tracy a. Youngen. Lliam Climan. David Breymeir Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett. John s Spring. Charles ii Ellers John w Rolli. Ii ugh t Minnis. C a Kinsley. P ii Kuhn. M s Wagner. J l Baldwin. Justices. Townships. Post office. Clay. Lock no. 17. Way tie. Dundee. Berry. Cadwallader. Washington Paoli. Bucks. Baltic. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Warwick. Tuscarawas. Warren. New Cumberland Franklin. Strasburg. Goshen. Barnhill. Rush. Tippecanoe. Mill. Uhrichsville Goshen. New Philada a. Rush. Gnadenhutten. Clay. Gnadenhutten. Perry. Cadwallader. Far yield. New Philada a. Sandy. Mineral City. Goshen. New Philada a. Lawrence. Bolivar. Warren. New Cumberland Washington Albany. Wayne. Dundee. York. New Philada a. Bucks. Baltic. Sale in. Port Washington Mill. Uhrichsville. Mill. Dennison. It it a Ford. Newcomerstown Franklin. Strasburg. I Auburn. Hagersville. 1 Lover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. 1 Lover. Canal Dover. Sandy. Mineral City. Uburn. Hagersville. Warwick. Tuscarawas. I Lawrence. Zoar. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Salem. Port Washington Jefferson. Port Washington Fairfield. Zoar station. Jefferson. Stone Creek. Goshen. New Philada a. Oxford. Newcomerstown York. Black band. Union. Uhrichsville. Union. Leesville. Professional directory. 1 00x011 Eda wil1ielmi Mclean gynaecologist. Practice limited to diseases of 1\ Omen and children. Office Public Square. New Philadelphia 0. 7 j. T. Mcl Kaif . I Wabble , . J its. My lean amp War Parton. Physicians and surgeons. Office and residence Public Square new Phil Plizia Ohio. 7 j j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Ollice and residence no. 46, South Roadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 4syl prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank. New Philadelphia Ohio. I. Has song 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 in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Ollice up stairs opposite court House of North Broadway. 47yl j h Booth attorney at Law. Notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors administrators and guardians accounts. Offlee up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl s Amu Al 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. Offlee Over citizen so National Bank. Mitchells dental rooms. Grant Mitchell d. D. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. City Block new Philadelphia 0. Out r 1 big s hardware stun Crown Ami Bridge work skilfully executed. It a Gas and Ether administered. Diseases of the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1 the Gilsey House new Philadelphia Ohio. Alfred Cailey proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the ears. Good livery in connection with the House. 9yl Church directory. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday May 5, 1887 presbyter every sunday at 10 30a. In. And 7 of clock a Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lords Day morning at j hta. In. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day of each month. Sunday school at 9 of clock a. M it 1loi i St e i Scop a l a preaching every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 of clock Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 of clock. German every sunday at lq30.a. In. And 2 or it In., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 13. Of the first sunday of morning service of each month 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 Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 let a. Odge directory. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 m chapter it \38, r. A. Meets thursday before full Moat masonic Lii ill City Block. P tayl0r,p. Daniel Getzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. Is a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mcilvane . G. L. Taylor see a. Knights of Lodge. No. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block Ever thursday w e Beck it c c w. Duncan Of r. And s. I. 0.0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows t. J. Zell i it n. G. 1. A. Correll Alec. Sec a. I. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stempi Fly n. G. P. Sehl rec. Sec a. 1. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday of each month at Odd Fellows Liall City Block. John Dunn. P. I. A. Correll scribe. Canton Turoa rawas no. 35, 1�. A. 1. 0. 0 f., meets every third thursday evening in each month it Todd Fellows Lylall. City Block. 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 of each month in knights of pythias Hall. A. P. Minnick Regent j. Ii. Officer Secretary. National Union safety Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday of each month at a. Kaserman pres. We. Bowers Cor. Sec a. A the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in if not paid within six months. 1 50 or remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. Is address All matter intended for publication to the editor. Laws 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 has 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 commencement beginning. Of the that is the loom in new Philadelphia has at last dawned upon us. The Railroad project is going to be crowned with Success. The subscription to secure right of Way for the z. N. Amp c. Road is gradually going on and the hearts of our citizens Are beginning to throb faster and faster and we Hope to shake hands with Zane stillians in the next fifteen months. Two Gas companies arc org Aning and we will soon find Gas if we done to find it in the ground we can on top and we frequently hear people say new Philadelphia is going to have a Boom can there be found a spot on gods Green Earth More deserving than new Philadelphia ? where is there a place that promises a More substantial one than this the location is All that could he desired situated As it is in a Beautiful and Fertile Valley through which the historic Tuscarawas River wends its Way surrounded by Fertile Hills pregnant with Coal Iron Ore building Stone and fire Clay with abundance of Timber towering above the Valley. A More Beautiful scenery cannot be found in the state than presents itself from this Point. The present industries of this place arc much More extensive than people at a distance Are aware of. The rolling Mills Here Are As substantial As any in tin1 state and Are employing Over two Hundred men. The pipe works when completed which will be in a few Days will give employment to one Hundred and fifty men at least. The magnitude of these works Are not understood by the people excepting those who have visited them. We have two Good planing Mills a paper Mill the Sharp foundry and re pair shops doing an extensive business. The Beyers flouring Mill and the Patterson Mill Are among the Best in the state and doing a Large business. With All these As a starter there is no reason Why new Philadelphia cannot have a healthy growth. Now is the time for people to come and buy real estate before prices run High. You can easily find employment if you come to the prettiest town in Ohio. We have Beautiful streets and roads for drives. Come on the 19th, and see if what we say is not True. Come and Welcome the Soldier boys at the unveiling of the Monument on that Day and have a Good time and then make up your mind to locate in new Philadelphia and grow up with the town for the Boom is budding. The new Railroad is coming. An important decision the supreme court of Michigan in people v. Ilu St 28 n. W. Rep., 838, Bolds that a a before the offence of embezzlement can be made out it must distinctly appear that the respondent has acted with a felonious intent and an intentionally wrong disposal indicating a design to cheat and deceive the owner. The courts opinion in our opinion the testimony did not make out a Case of embezzlement. Before that off Ense can be made out it must distinctly appear that the respondent has acted with a felonious intent and made an intentionally wrong disposal indicating a design to cheat and deceive the owner. A Mere failure to pay Over is not enough if that intent is not plainly apparent. This was decided in people v. Galland 55 mich., 628 s. C., 22 n. W. Rep., 81. See also Reg. V. Norman 1 car. Amp m., 501 Reg. V. Creed 1c. Amp k., 63 Rex v. Hodgson 3 car. Amp p., 422 2 Russ. Cr., 1s2 2 Bish. Crim. Law 376, 377. In this Case there was nothing indicating concealment or a felonious disposition. A candid admission was made at once on inquiry and partial payment was made and Security Given at different times when asked. The debt was admitted and recognized As a debt on both sides. Whatever wrong May have been done there was no embezzlement proven. The conviction must be quashed and the court below advised to discharge the prisoner. The new York Herald names president Cleveland for first place and Henry w. Grady of Atlanta Georgia for second place on the presidential ticket for 1888. It claims that this will be a winning ticket. We think a Man from Indiana would More Likely insure Success. Indiana is needed and it will take an Indiana Man to insure democratic Success in that state. We have some Good Timber there yet. Circuit court convened on tuesday last with judges Follet Jenner and judge Laubie of the 7th District on the Bench. Judge Laubie came in the place of judge Albaugh who being related to one of the parties to a suit pending in the court was therefore disqualified from sitting in that Case. There Are ten cases on the Calendar. Carroll county has a muddle Over sheriff. The sheriff died on the 14th of january and Coroner Butler became the sheriff of the county under the old statute then in Force. The legislature passed a Law last Winter to the effect that where the office of sheriff becomes vacant the commissioners May appoint a sheriff. The commissioners of that county thereupon met last week and appointed John Davis of Leesville As sheriff. Davis gave Bond which was approved and was sworn in by the prosecuting attorney and demanded the keys and other property in the custody of the acting sheriff who refused to deliver the same to Davis. The court of common pleas is now7 in session there and judge Nichols recognizes acting sheriff Butler As the sheriff and no doubt or. Butler will hold the fort. We clip the following a tvs items from the Dwight Ipox Kansas Wichita has 903 registered real estate agents. Syracuse Kansas Lias live women councilmen. Abandoned breweries Are being converted into Canning factories. Kansas has a newspaper called the bedbug the editor Hopes it will crawl into every House. A Topeka candidate for Alderman will contest the election of his successful opponent on the ground that he was elected by the vote of the women. It will be a test Case on the constitutionality of the new law7. Or. Joseph Holmes of Short Creek township had a sheep w hich gave birth to five Little lambs last week. It was her first lambs too. We can to quite make out whether this is the result of some new7 project of the science Hill Farmers club or simply a sort of new scheme to counteract the effect of the democratic destruction of the w7ool Republic it i n. We should judge Bro. Learn that it is evidence of a prosperous democratic administration. The Conotton Valley time says a cutting affray occurred in Leesville a few Days ago. Win. Robinson and we. Stokes had some w7ords in an unfriendly manner. Robinson watched his Opportunity when Stokes had his Back toward him and then gave him a severe Stab in the Back and also gave him a Cut on the Side of the head and then started to run. Marshal Tucker arrested him and brought him before mayor Adair for preliminary hearing. He was bound Over and committed to jail in Carrollton. Some years ago congressman Wilkins in order to secure an indebtedness due him very reluctantly became the owner of one Hundred and forty acres of land at Bowling Green Ohio which was valued at about four dollars per acre. Since the late developments in Oil and Gas in that Region or. Wilkins finds that his possessions Are right in the Oil Belt and the land he before considered worthless will now we Hope prove a Gold mine Tor the Standard. The Wheeling a Lake Erie r�?Ty., extending from Toledo to Bowerstown this county was sold last week by the Garrison heirs to Sidney Dillon. Dillon is one of the largest owners of the Wabash and it is said that the Sale of the w. A l. E. Is one of the number which Are to be United in a Large trunk line from new York to St. Louis. It is asserted that the Road will be completed to . The German government has released Schnaebele whose seizure was causing considerable feeling Between the two governments. The War feeling Between those countries seem to be increasing and will undoubtedly continue until it culminates in War or the return to the French government of Alsace and Lorain the two states lost in the great struggle Between those countries. Senator John Sherman has become an Oil Speculator having purchased a share in the 214 Aero tract of land on which the great Welker Well was drilled which flows 2,500 Barrells per Day. He is one of the main men in the Syndicate. It might be Weli to name him a Coal Oil Johnny a to get even with the republicans. The supreme court has lately decided that All Bank Stock shall be listed at their Par value irrespective of their actual or Market value. The court holds that that method of listing Bank Stock both National and state comes As near to securing uniformity and Equality of taxation As any other. Jefferson county sent Edward Zlotis Holder to the Penitentiary for the murder of his mistress. The jury Only found him guilty of manslaughter notwithstanding the fact he deliberately stabbed the woman to death. Jefferson county is Only keeping Pace with Tuscarawas county in that respect. The Carroll chronicle is jubilant Over the fact that Carroll county has won in the last three competitive examinations for the Cadetship prize. Or. Morgan a lad of 17, receiving the highest Grade which was 90. He starts for West Point june 15th. The fishery dispute is to be submitted to a commission for adjudication. For the present fishing season they will be governed by the operation of the Washington treaty. Carroll county which is a Strong Republican hold has had her skirts badly soiled by the building of the new court House if the late charges Are True. If you want printing done of any kind come to the times office and get a first class Job and at very reasonable prices. We have fancy Type and All new. N. Beechey and J. Hostetler of Shanesville paid us a Friendly Call last week. Or. A. Roth postmaster of Trenton was in town yesterday. Special bargains in Black and coloured Silks. Fribley a co. Kid gloves in All the popular shades at astonishingly Low prices. Fribley a co. Cali Coes muslims and Gingham All new at popular Low prices at Fribley a c new store. Amanda Robinson widow of colonel Johnj. Rabinson of canal Dover was granted a pension May 3rd. Elpaso Texas was visited by an earthquake tuesday at 3 of clock lasting about two minutes. A big vein of natural Gas Lias just lately been struck at Mattoon Illinois. It is said to be a Gusher. Commissioners w. E. Lash Rufer and Benner met at the court House on monday and tuesday to transact business. Hosiery and gloves in endless variety at lower prices then Ever before thought of at Fribley a new store. Mrs. Joseph Knisely of Bricktown died monday night last and was buried wednesday at 1 A. In new Philadelphia cemetery. So old shelf worn out of style goods offered but every article new fresh and clean at Fribley a new store new Philadelphia Massillon raised $5,000 in fifty minutes at Warwick Hall thursday evening last for the purpose of Boring for Gas. Detective Price of new York claims to have captured one of detective 11 u i Ligands murderers Llis name is Samuel Perry. Shoe findings leather and All kinds of harness goods at very Low prices at Zimmerman a. He pays Cash for hides and sheep pelts. 19w2 Rev. Patterson of Deersville will preach in the presbyterian Church wednesday thursday and Friday this week. Sacramental services sunday morning. Rev. S. A. Fisher of Newcomerstown was Here last wednesday. The serious illness of his daughter mrs. Hershman near this place was the cause of his Standard. The Massillon Independent has come to the front with a neat Little daily paper and starts Oil with a handsome show of advertising. Success to it is our wish. A a. T. Mccullough esq., Deputy Revenue collector for this District was in the City yesterday collecting the annual Revenue tax for the government. His District comprises six counties and it keeps him moving to get through. He collected something Over $700 while Here Wooster jacksonian. The Standard Oil companies at Lima were struck by lightning on the 1st inst. During a severe Thunder storm and Many thousand barrels of Oil was burned. Many of the derricks were destroyed. The loss is great. It is feared the Oil will spread to the other tanks. A negro was riddled with bullets at Petersburg on the 1st inst., for seducing the idiotic daughter of a prominent citizen. A posse of men was organized who went to the House of the negro captured and carried him to the Woods where they riddled his body with bullets. Two men from Slier Rossville were sent to jail at Carrollton on monday by a Squire Loyd one for breaking into a House and stealing some hams and the other for painting the town red and raising disturbance generally. One will stand a Good Chance to go Over the Road to the Capitol. We did not learn their names. Surprising surprising the wonderful sales in carpets at j. Burry a songs. Our Low prices Are Rushing our carpets into the Market faster than Ever before. Come and select your carpets before All the Best patterns Are gone. We Are bound to beat past records in cheapness with the Best Quality of Good of All kinds. Come and see. 19w2 Cadiz had another fire on the 22d, burning the Large stable belonging to the Arcade hotel. Through heroic efforts of the firemen the fire was subdued before spreading to any other buildings. This is said by the Sentinel to be the fourth time that fire has blotted out the hotel stable. It looks As though there was some bad blood in Cadiz or there would not be so Many fires. Adopt the Western plan of punishment for fire bugs. The Way the Western towns Start a Boom is to organize a Board of Trade and then appoint committees one on education one on manufacturing one on railroads one on Trade and Commerce one on Public improvement and last but not least one on advertising. The business then begins. Just imagine new Philadelphia trying to organize and pay newspapers to advertise the town. Some of the City a a dads would think the town was on the Road to hades sure. Fred Yingling of this City and Patsy Bennett of Alliance had a three round sparring contest with hard gloves at sch Rover a opera House in Crestline last saturday night. The match was won by Yingling who punished Bennett pretty badly. Owen Morely of Chicago was Bennett a second while Jack Keefe of this City was Yingling a Best jacksonian Wooster. Or. Fred Yingling is the boy that Laid out prof. Will Willie in the wrestling match in new Philadelphia. He is a Good Man and cannot be knocked out very easily. Personal mention. T. Loller an attorney of Dennison was in town tuesday. Newspapers in 1ss7. Woman a views. Edward Sargent left Lor Chicago 111., last tuesday. W. Ii. Host of Bowerston gave the times office a pleasant Call on tuesday. Rev. Domer of this City went to Cadiz on Friday last to hold quarterly conference. Miss Jennie Bowers of Pennsylvania is the guest of Edward Sargent on North Broadway. Or. Souers attorney of Mineral Point was in town on tuesday attending circuit court. Miss Madge Zellner will go to Pittsburg saturday to attend the wedding of her Friend miss Laura kerch. Or. J. W. Rolli and his pretty wife and Little daughter of Lii Lisburg gave the times office a pleasant Call to Day. Nicholas Kaderly of near Dennison gave us a Friendly Call on saturday last and renewed his subscription to the times. _ j. S. Spring of port Washington gave the times office a Call on saturday last and his brother w. E. Spring also called upon us. Drs. J. Smith and j. A. Spence and or. George Spence of new Philadelphia were in town last Friday the first two on professional business in the Case of or. John Ltd Lei i times. Or. Wilson Yeisley of Baltic gave the times office a Call on monday and added his name to the list. Or. Yeisley is a Brilliant Young Man and a Good social fellow. Hon. J. W. Williams of Coshocton was in town on saturday last. Or. Williams is the author of the late act on married women passed this last Winter. This Law places women on the same Legal footing with the men. Rev. Samuel Patterson of Deersville Harrison county made the times Ollice a social Call to Day. He is assisting Rev. Cook of this City. Rev. Patterson has served the people of the Deersville charge for Many years and is Well liked by ail his members. He ranks among the Able Counselor of the presbyterian conference. Or. Noah Trover of Baltic one of the proprietors of the Mill at that place dropped into the times office on monday and renewed his subscription to the times. The Trover firm have one of the Best Mills in the county and do a Large business. In fact it is an important Factor in bringing Trade to that enterprising town of Baltic. A Lizard Story. Mrs. George Moore who lives on Baxters Ridge five Miles North West of Carrollton has led a miserable life for four Mouths past with a live reptile of some sort in her bowels and stomach. Mrs. Moore is about 65 years of age and has reared a family of nine children but she says she has Suff ered comparatively nothing until within the past four months since which time the reptile has been giving her very much trouble. She was a very Large Fleshy woman but has become reduced almost to a Skeleton and would Welcome death As a Relief to her misery. The reptile she thinks is about four inches Long has a Flat Snake like head and moves from the stomach to the lower bowels. Her wild look and suppressed terror As this monster travels through her body Are pitiful to behold. At times they can catch it under the skin and hold it As Long As the woman can stand its wriggling. It comes up into her stomach to feed and when it drinks they can hear it a Lap a a Lap a very distinctly across tie room a the woman being aware of every movement of her disagreeable companion. She has taken freely of Medicine and purgative but All to no Avail the reptile refusing to partake leaving the stomach and entering the bowels when the woman takes inwardly any disagreeable potion. Mrs. Moore earnestly requests that her body be relieved of the reptile after her death. She has no Means of knowing How the reptile got into her stomach. The past four years she has not Felt very Well but Only for four months past has she been so ill As we have Ca end i Cheon i Cle. Commissioners of Carroll county. Canton Ohio april 30. Carroll county completed a new Stone court House some months ago at a Cost of $100,000. John s. Melbourne of Canton was the contractor and Frank Weary of Akron architect. While the building was being constructed Many taxpayers grumbled at the Way the work was being done and finally petitioned judge Nichols of the common pleas court to appoint a committee to investigate the accounts of the county commissioners. Messes. Mccoy Kennedy and Ferrall three taxpayers were appointed. After several months work the committee reported to court to Day. The report created great excitement in Carrollton the county seat of Carroll county and Here. The committee reported seventeen charges against the commissioners for malfeasance in office. The contractors work was done in a careless manner the architect allowing him to put in inferior work and get pay for work never performed. The furnishing of the building was an equally Rotton proceeding. The auditor collected $1,500 of unlisted taxes and pocketed the proceeds. Sex sheriffs Roach Sokeles Watt and Coroner Butler received fees to which they were not entitled. No sheriffs Cash Book w7as kept before Coroner butlers time. The committee recommended that a competent architect or builder be appointed to carefully inspect the building and report the extent to which contractor John s. Melbourne of Canton is responsible for damages to Stark county. A Pittsburg dispatch. Geo. P. Rowell a co., of net York will Issue on monday May 2nd, the nineteenth annual edition of their Standard publication the a american newspaper the new7 volume contains an exhaustive list of All class publication so admirably arranged that any one of the three thousand papers represented there can be readily referred to and All important facts concerning it together with its circulation rating easily obtained. The newspaper directory will be used principally by publishers advertisers and advertising agents but the vast fund of information it contains makes it valuable to persons of almost every Trade and profession. As a gazetteer alone it is w7ell Worth the Price charged $5,000, for it fully describes every town in which a newspaper is issued and few people care to know about any place where one is not. The number of papers published in the United states territories including Alaska and Canada is put at 15,420 an increase of 581 in one year. The growth of newspapers in some of the Western states would be a matter of wonder if it were not that this Jmar is no exception to the Rule. In Kansas the increase is 89 and in Nebraska 64 while the Keystone state shows a smaller Advance of 35 and the Buckeye state of 30. Pennsylvania exhibits the largest increase in dailies 17 Kansas in weeklies 81, and new York in monthlies 42. Seven states show7 a decrease tin1 most prominent instances being new Hampshire and Virginia six each. The whole volume shows that great care has been taken to sustain its reputation As the most comprehensive work of the kind yet published to insure accuracy in every detail. Anything less then a Complete compendium of american newspapers and periodicals would Surprise those who Are familiar with the former efforts of this firm who Are so Well known As the oldest largest and Best known of All the american advertising agencies. What True Merit will do. The unprecedented Sale of Bouchee s German syrup within a few years has astonished the world it is without doubt the safest and Best remedy Ever discovered for the speedy and effectual cure of coughs colds and the severest lung troubles. It acts on an entirely different principle from the usual prescriptions Given by physicians As it does not dry up a cough and leave tin disease still in the system but on the contrary removes the cause of the trouble heals the parts affected and leaves them in a purely healthy condition. A bottle kept in the House for use when the diseases make their appearance will save doctors Bills and a Long spell of serious illness. A trial will convince you of these facts. It is positively sold by All druggists and general dealers in the land. Brice 75 cents Large bottles. 9yl their business booming probably no one thing has caused such a general revival of Trade at Miller a songs drug store As their giving away to their customers of so Many free trial bottles of or. Kings new discovery for consumption. Their Trade is simply enormous in this very valuable article1 from the fact that it always cures and never disappoints. Coughs colds asthma bronchitis croup and All Throat and lung diseases quickly cured. You can test it before buying by getting a trial bottle free Large size $1. Every bottle warranted. Unclaimed letters. The following list of unclaimed letters remain in the new7 Philadelphia Post office May 3, 1887 w. R. Lindsay Robert Brown v. P. Bevel we. Cooper George Deyoung Jessie Everitt Lee Gowins we. Harris a. D. Janes Thomas judge Chas. J. Kinsey Ella Kline Louise Kuhn mrs. Mary Kaiser mrs. E. Ii. Craine mrs. Geo. Huffman and miss Sara Jones. E. P. Degrief For Good thirty horse Power portable saw Mill of the Schnidler a Mcnamar make. Cost $2,700. Has been in use five years but has lately been put in the Best of order with new flues grate bars Carriage and tracking. In fact the Mill is nearly As Good As new and is Well Worth $1,800 Cash to Day. The owner took it on a debt and will sell it for $750. Now is a Chance fora great bargain. For further particulars Call at the times office. Found at Jast. The place to buy the Best and cheapest carpets in Tuscarawas county. Call at the store of j. Burry a son on the 19th of May if not sooner and see their Choice selection in carpets and rugs. They Are Selling rapidly. If you want anything in the dry goods line you will save Money to Call on us before buying and get our prices. A full line of summer goods at Rock Bottom prices. 19w2 three thousand Rolls new Wall paper arriving this week from the cheapest to the finest hand made goods Anil at prices cheaper than any old style goods in the county. Decorations and Border to match All line goods. Samples sent to a distance with prices. Estimates for churches and Large contracts. Weeks drug store 17w3 new Philadelphia For Good business room with rooms upstairs for family to live in Good location in the thriving Little town of port Washington Tuscarawas county. Anyone desiring to engage in merchandising or in Saloon business w7ould do Well to go and see William Anderson at port Washington. 18w3. 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 18tf on and after Barcli 22d, i will have $8,000 to loan for three or five years secured by first mortgage on tuscaraw7as county farms. 9 Jon a. Iii Mes. Done to forget to go to Lehman a five and ten cent store for flags and decorate on the 19th. Flags from 3c to 25c per dozen that is cheap. 18wr2 the Cherokee female Seminary at Tallequah Indian territory has been burned. Loss $250,000. A woman who knows enough to a a influence her husband to vote right knows enough to vote right herself. A lady of Lewiston me., who was recently frightened by a Street Loafer now carries a package of red Pepper in her put a Ket. Rim Burious Battlefield of Manassas is to be enclosed by a Stone Wall and kept fora Public Park by the ladies of Virginia. S. B. Chittenden has Given $100,000 to Yale College for a new Library building on condition that the Library shall be open to women. In the Pennsylvania Senate april 13, the joint Resolution submitting a woman suffrage constitutional amendment was finally passed yeas 27, nays 16. Mrs. Mancel Talcott of Chicago has established and maintains two Day Nur series for the children of working women. One thousand children on an average Are cared for in these nurseries every month. Mrs. Mary Miller of Hillsborough n. Ii., during the past Winter has fed daily eight Gray squirrels which came to her door from tin Woods every morning and went away after having had their Brea k last. The Springfield says of the Kansas election a a never has there been so Clear a demonstration that women will vote or that their vote when cast is on the Side of municipal purity and Good Home who can doubt that a mayor and Al Dern e i whose re elections depend in a great part upon the women of their City will sharply restrict rum Selling and the social evil or that the communities will be both r for such restriction Many California women cultivate fruit farms themselves doing much of the work picking packing Raisin making and Canning fruit. Crystallized Tigs and apricots Are the products of women a labor As Well As jellies jams and marmalade which Are sent All Over the world. The methodist women of Lincoln neb., the Nebraska conference to co operate in requesting that women May be appointed Lay delegates to the conference to in a held in Lincoln next fall and to use their influence to secure the appointment of a woman Delegate to tin Lay general conference to be held in Brooklyn May 1888. Stories from Kansas. The Wotan s journal has received Many letters from friends of women suffrage who Are indignant at the misrepresentations so freely circulated concerning thu voting of Kansas women. These reports Are almost entirely confined so far As Kansas papers Are concerned to the organs of the liquor interest but papers in other states whose editors Are opposed to woman Suff rage copy them without scruple. It is not Worth while for the advocates of the Reform to vex their hearts about them. In the end As mrs. Laura Johns says a fall will simmer Down to the two facts that women did vote and that their votes represented an Earnest desire to better City the statements to the contrary came from an element that every Good woman must be glad to find arrayed against her rather than on her Side. Meanwhile we can Well afford to possess our souls in patience a it is not Good to be angry even with those who May seem with malicious intent to assail our most cherished beliefs. A few burning weeds May produce smoke enough to hide the stars but the stars Are shining All the same. It is not Wise to vex and weary ourselves by angry denunciation of the smoke which will soon pass off without our woman a voice in Wichita. Wichita kan., april 16. Having received letters asking for a True statement through your columns of the woman a vote cast in this City at the recent municipal election 1 would say that the Wichita Eagle has misrepresented and foully slandered the Good and True women of Wichita by stating in a recent Issue that Only one Hundred Wichita women voted and that those were the the truth of the matter is simply this notwithstanding the utmost endeavours of the Eagle to persuade women not to Register by telling them Over and Over again that none but disreputable women would go to the polls and that All Good women would remain in their Homes and leave the voting to tin men six Hundred women registered and of these Between three and four Hundred voted. In not a single instance were they unkindly treated by the men nor was there an unpleasant word uttered by any of the male voters. On the contrary As the women stepped up by twos or threes or As the Case might let a the men kindly stepped to one Side allowing the women to Deposit their ballots in peace and retire. It is stated on Good authority and so believed that not More than five or six if so Many of the Eagle. A disreputable so voted. Why is not the editor of the Eagle equally solicitous to have no disreputable men vote i doubt whether Wichita Ever had a More peaceable or quiet election. Carolinele Bau D. Fanny Mountcastle troupe played the hidden hand at music Hall saturday night last with great Success. She was ably supported by Charles r. Thorpe As major Hurricane and Bob Erwood As Wool his servant. Fanny Mountcastle played two characters Archie the newsboy and Capitola the heiress with Success. The entertainment was highly appreciated. In fact All played their parts Well and deserve Good patronage. The Legal Mill. Assignment of jury cases. Tuesday May 17. 671. Ohio is Watty Watkins. 672. Same is same. 673. Same is same. Wednesday May 18. G<4. Ohio is Worth Mathias and William seits. 675. Same is same. Friday May 20. 26. Liliam Lehner is Robert Lynn. 61. City rank of new Philadelphia is Frederick r Bigler. 62. Same is same. Saturday May 21. 66. 11 ii Skinner is David Brown. Monday May 23. 64. Winfields Nelson is Beniamin Cable. Tuesday May 24. 68. Alice e Minnis is Anna Minnis. 75. Christ stauffer is m t Kobr. Wednesday May 25. <8. John i Otis is Alex France. 80. Caleb Jones is John Derfer. Thursday May 26. 90. Jennie Bailey is Bertha Myers it Al. Tuesday May 31. 91. Rachel a Brunner is Aaron t Miller. 95. Letitia Clark is Lambert Fribley. Wednesday j Une 1. 96. Albert g Meese is John Markley. Thursday june 2. 87. Mary Wingate is Zebu Ion i Sparks. 101. James Evans is j t Mccullough. Proceedings. Frank e Smith is George w Mathias defendants motion to require plaintiff to give Security for costs overruled. Salem Gray is we Dinning defendants demurrer to plaintiffs petition overruled. Christian Dutton is we a Dutton defendants demurrer to plaintiffs petition overruled. Ida Carnahan is Rebecca Reed executrix defendant s demurrer to plaintiffs petition overruled. Clarence e Krister is Francis Crisse Neret Al adm demurrer overruled. Thomas Hillyer is Samuel c Auld defendants demurrer to plaintiffs petition overruled. John Shaffer is Eivin and Van of Tran defendants demurrer to plaintiff s petition overruled. We e Clark is Greenbury w Hilton demurrer overruled. James Wilcoxen is we i Logan defendant to tile answer april 20. Belinda c Craigo is Joseph k con Well defendants demurrer to plaintiff s petition sustained. Henrietta Shelar is we f Shelar divorce granted. Eimira Slater is Julia e Hillegas plaintiff to file amended petition and make new parties. John Edie is Mary a Edie demurrer of plaintiff to second defense answer Leah Brown and answer of Mary a Edie overruled. A b Case amp ctr is John f Kugler defendant s motion to require plaintiff to give Security for costs july a sust lined. Joshua f Hensel is Margaret Lensel temporary Alimony of $30 adjudged against plaintiff to pay defendants counsel payable in 10 Days. Iii Gle is John Ileal Ner plaintiffs motion to strike answer of defendant from files sustained. Virginia Bailey it us is w l Wallick Tux judgment confessed by defendant for $30.55. Onne amp Dent is Levi i Williams default judgment $151.00. Geo i Ginther is Lenry w Ginther assignment of Dower and partition ordered. A l Neely it Al is Umo m of flirt demurrer overrule i tin ing for plaintiff $l->0 and get its As prel i re t claim. Transfers of real estate. As compute d in the Offlee of Llo l recorder of deeds i Philip Doerfer to Conrad Deifer part of lot 24, Lowville $1,360. Byron r hoops to Fred Maurer lot 14, Bucks township $660. .1 a Roenbaugh a Assignee to ii m Horning 91 acts Salem township >6,-231. Hiram a la Man to Joseph Loeb lot 271, Uhrichsville $260. Jos Loeb to Lud wig Zollikofer lot 271, Uhrichsville $260. David ii Hanson to Silas Compton lot 1, new Philadelphia $800. Ralph i it Welch to Susan a Welch 1 67-100 acres Dennison $1. Susan a Welch to the Board of education 1 67-100 acres Dennison $45. Geo w Mulvane to John Daugherty Newcomerstown $190. John Ramsey to Abra Lunn Weber it Al Franklin township 54 acres $3, 00. Carrie a and j s Bigler to Emma g blown let it 137, new Philadelphia,$2,950. We h Dempster to jesses Dempster part of lots 1 and 2, Dennison $1,100. Simon Linzbach to John Prysi 9 acres York township $900. Jacob Frantzis administrator to John Frantz 40 acres Dover $1,835. Jacob Schwab to Mary m Gilgen lot 4, new Philadelphia $800. Chas Jentes to David a Murray 69 4-100 acres Fairfield township $2,900. Catharine and Edward Peacock to Elizabeth Herman lot 407, new Philadelphia $415. Amanda ii Obinson to m j Updegraff part of lots 245, 246, 247 and 248, Dover $700. Benjamin s Gowin to we Judy lots 1, 2 and 3, York township $275. Margaret b Hesser to Joshua Leggett 10 acres Union township $500. A unique race. J an old Horn heats a fas 11 or so Avi 1 wins its a a a Are a tidy sum. J several years ago some wealthy in j Glis men who were buying horses and cattle in Holland provoke i an old dutch Farmer by depreciating the Stock he was showing them and praising their own at Home in England. The old Farmer says the humane journal bore it All patiently until the englishmen boast ugly mentioned the Groat in i Ranee and Speed of the English horses Ile thou said altho u go he did not raise fast horses for racing purposes that he had an old sow that he knew was a Good racer and was willing to Wager �100 that she would outrun any thing the englishmen could produce. Seeing that the dutchman was in earn get they asked to be shown Tho wonderful hog and although they found Tho animal to be a Long lean rave Nous looking creature capable of accomplishing All that the dutchman claimed the Challenge was so novel and ridiculous that the gentle men accepted it More for Tho sport that for the purpose of winning Tho Money. The terms agreed upon were that the dutchmen should be allowed two weeks time to train Tho hog and Tho englishmen should produce a horse to contend with it in a three mile race Over the Public Road. People who heard of Tho singular match were wondering How the old dutchman could train his hog to run a race with a horse but to managed it in this Way about three Miles from his Home to had another Small piece of land and All of his animals wore accustomed to going there for food. So the old sow was kept penned up at Home without food but regularly every morning except the two last mornings before the race she was driven out to the farm for Hor breakfast and then Back again Homo. Tho first two mornings she was rat her contrary about going away hungry but after that she would Start off on a keen run followed by one of the Farmers sons on horseback who by to. I Way could not keep within gunshot of tin hungry hog. When the eventful morning came the scene around Tho old hollanders Home presented a Lively appearance for not Only Many of the people Camo from the country around but t Iio englishmen Camo wit h a noted race Borso and also brought Many of Tii Cir friends to witness Tho sport and learn How the dutchman could get a hog to run a race with a horse. When or was ready the hungry of i sow was lot Loose and allowed a few Yards Start of the the horse and rider though the hours hog Bui the ure hearing at first it looked As would pass the half starved croat the Clatter of the Hor is foot upon the Road seemed to think she was going to be headed Oil and turned Back from her breakfast and it Only urged her on to a greater Speed and she outdistanced t he horse by a number of rods in the three mile race. The horse and Ricer Camo Uff puffing and panting followed by an excited crowd while the poor famished hog was enjoying its meal unmindful of Ali excitement and admiration it had caused Amon g Tho More intelligent beings. To live ninety six years. Liat a Gypsy Fortune Teller told 1-hn. Perot William in lstk�?~1. A number of Anco Lotos Are related concerning emperor Williams Long life and the possible number of years still left to him. One illustrating Peculiar superstition is Worth rope a Ting. It is to the effect that at the time of i to Furston Stag at Frankfort in Ltd icing William one Day walking in the neighbourhood of Baden Baden accompanied by Lerr von Bismarck and a nun her of ladies and gentlemen passe i a Gypsy hut. ladies exclaimed a that is where Tho famous Gypsy girl Preziosa tells the party who were All in walking dress onto i 1 lie hut and h id their fortunes told in succession the King whose i hot i1 \ ing last. Preciosa while in silence and great Crown Groat age. You will live your last Days will and much about the prophecy Tayb kit Phy declare 1 that and Thero is of attaining was concealed comic a his hand a Long then said a i see a victories and great ninety six years but bring much trouble the King forgot All till 1884, when at a Ball at the russian embassy in Berlin the hungarian countess Erdody win so Mother was a Tsigan was presented to him. During a Long conversation it was1 incidentally ill that the countess possessed the gift of Chi Romancy. The emperor held out his hand urn the countess after examining the lines gravely said a your majesty is destined to live Nim to six the emperor it is a id a was much. Truck by the coincidence. According to the Viem simians of the emperor hat he has no organic Failin nothing to prevent him _ the ago of one Hundred provided to takes care of himself. But this is just what to does not do. According to authentic statistics there Are a present in 1 to kingdom of Prussia to ies than live thousand persons Over ninety years of a six Hundred of them arc ten years older t Han the emperor. In All parts of Prussia Thero a plenty of people Between ninety and ninety five. The oldest Are to in found in the provinces of bus n bile sign. At i East and West Prussia. Cupids pranks. How twin Morry Lute of it sizes Tho Gall rat a of Congress. Courting in the Giller n it of Ltd Vigross says Tho new York Hera t s Washington correspondent has never cease i to to of frequent occurrence and often has brought about marriage Jyh. It was in Tho gallery of t he mouse of representatives that or. Conger then a member of that body first Mot again after a 1-mg period of years during who h each had been married to another an 1 become again free the lady who has now for some years been his wife and to whom to had paid much attention before either married at All. Not Long after the meeting in the gallery they been in a engaged and were m Rio Ltd. It was m the House gallery too that the late sex governor Swan courted mrs. John it. Thompson of new Jersey sister of Tho wife of sex speaker Randall. Or. Swan then a representative for m Maryland was paying attention to mrs. Than son a very fascinating widow and it used to to said at thoth no that when she appeared in the gallery and another in inner of the House of representatives a pennsylvanian who a so looke i on her with great favor wanted a join her speaker Randall would put his it Quot us in the chair of the House and so leave the Lidd in the gallery Clear for the Maryland member. Ingenuity of a gains liar Ltd. Henry Ray it f Gilmer tex., has discovered the secret of the Quail s being Able to hide so Well. He was walking in a Field when a Covey of Birds was hushed. One alight i near h the moment it did so seized a Dea i , crouched to Tho ground and threw the Leaf Over its a so that it was completely hidden from View. I. Hay said that he had to go and to a Over the Leaf b of e to could believe the of ins own eyes. A Market reports. Ofa Fay 5, 11 flour latent v i�l1. $ 5 10 a a a a sack. 1 25 a a bust family Biff. $ 4 45 a a Ambor v sack. 1 15 a a a a flew proc 1 50 win at i Luis ii a. 80 corny new re Laishl. 40 Oats new a Tumiel. 27 Ryks a a Bushel. 66 butter to Pound.12 a 16 eggs�?q4 dozen. 10 buckwheat flour a a Pound. 03 Iiams i Pound. 10 shoulders i Pound. 07 sides Pound. 07 lard Pound. 08 tallow a Pound. 3. Beef a Pound. 07 dts l a it Salt Roslun q1 barn 1. 1 15 White Lime a barn 1. 1 00 Akron cements a barn 1. % 35 calcined plaster a a a barrel., 2 25 land plaster a ton. 9 00 a a a a a a a barrel. 1 50 potatoes i Bushel new. 35 3 ,4 5 dried peaches it Bushel. 1 65 Kaost a a Pound. 01 onions i Bushel. 5 Hay a a ton new. 8 0d Timothy seed a Bushel. A it i it Wooi. Feketi liners a a a ton. 35 00

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