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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - May 12, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday May 12, 1887. Number 20. Official directory. District. Congress Beriah Wilkins state . common pleas j go Garee county. Representative. Prot Bate judge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners Surveyor. Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins a. C. Figert g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. J. G. Neumann Rufer lash Benner .0. H. Hoover Ozias Delong s. Rule w. E. R. Be 0. H. H Ozias Delon infirmary directors it j. Porter in. Frantz Sec City. Daniel James 11. Erk Elijah shul marshal Philip Getzman Street commissioner John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. velt Council Hetcher Douthitt. B. P. Scott. Andrew t s. Warden. Justices. Names. Townships. Post Ovrick. Daniel Krebs. James w Stoutt George dear. Isaac couts. Henry Deibler t Richardson. R g Galbraith. T k Robinson. Philip a Garver John Smith. Jas Galbraeth. John i Lone. Clay. Wayne. Perry. Washington Bucks. Sugarcreek. Warwick. Warren. Franklin. Goshen. Rush. Mill. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Cadwallader. Paoli. Baltic. Shanes Ville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. Daniel Richards t b Rankin. New Philada a. Rush. Gnadenhutten. L s Winsch. And Timmerman. S y Renneker. Ii s Mckinney. We e deck. Samuel 0 Kline. J 11 Gardner. Robot Coruthers John Wetter. Clay. Perry. Fairfield. Sandy. Goshen. Lawrence. Warren. Washington Wayne. Gnadenhutten. Cadwallader. New Philada a. Mineral City. New Philada a. Bolivar. New Cumberland Albany. Dundee. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. York. Bucks. Salem. New Philada a. Baltic. Port Washington t h Mozena. Mill. Uhrichsville. Joseph Healea has f Davis. 0 c Fernsel. Levi Travis. J w Newburg. Jos h Hostetler Nich Montag. Wesley m Tracy a. Youngen. Iii ram Echman. David Breymeir Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett. John s Spring. Charles 11 Ellers John w Rolli. Mill. Oxford. Franklin. Auburn. Dover. Dover. Dover. Sandy. Auburn. Warwick Lawrence. Sugar Creek. Salem. Jefferson. Fairfield. Jefferson. Dennison. Newcomerstown Strasburg. Ragersville. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City. Ragersville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Shanesville. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. Hugh t Minnis. C w Kinsley. P h Kuhn. s Wagner. J l Baldwin. Goshen. Oxford. New Philada a. Newcomerstown York. Union. Black band. Uhrichsville. Union. Leesville. Professional directory. Octor Eda Wili Zelmi Mclean gynaecologist. Ratiee limited to diseases of women and children. Of ice Public Square new Philadelphia 0. 7 t. , . Ltd Rabbu botox . Julis. Mclean amp Warburton. Physicians and surgeons. Office and residence Public Square new Phil phia Ohio. 7 or 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. A. Ills song a shaving. Shampooing and hair dressing Arlor in basement under Millers drug store ii North Broadway new Philadelphia. 0. 48yl Oiin s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and add ining counties. Office up stairs opposite ourt House on North Broadway. 47yl i ii Booth attorney at Law notary Public and con paneer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians act units. Office up stairs opposite the court Louse North Broadway. 47yl it a Mitel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. Ii professional business entrusted to his care i Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counts will receive prompt and careful attention office Over citizens National Bank. Mitchells dental rooms. Crant Mitchell d. D. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. City Block new Philadelphia 0. Orer Raiff s hardware store Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. 4tr and Ether administered. Diseases of the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1 the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey proprietor. He House has been newly furnished through. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices iterate. Bus to and from the cars. Good Ery in connection with the House. 9yl Church directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. In. And 7 of clock p. In. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lords Day morning at 10 00 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day of each month. Sunday school at 9 of clock a. In. Methodist episcopal preaching every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 of clock p. Sunday school at9a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 o clock. German every sunday at 1030a. And 2 15 p. M., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday of morning service of Eracli 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 Brethren preach King every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 of clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. Lodge directory. chapter no. 38, r. A. Meets thursday before full Moon at Malc Hull. City Block. O p Taylor h. P. Kiel Gutzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, t a. M., meets Friday before full Moon i two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mcilvane it. H. Taylor Sec a. Hits of pythias equity Lodge no. Ii ets in their Castle Hall Centre Block r,thurs<1a�eyen�. E Beck c c Duncan k. Of r. And s. 3 of few Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, its every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows l t. J. Zellner. N. G. Correll rec. Sec a. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets by monday evening in Odd Fellows Lylall j Block. C not a it Khz rec. Sec a. Encampment meets every and and fourth Friday of each month at . 1. Correll scribe. Ton Turca raw As no. 35, p. A. I. 0. Meets every third thursday evening in h month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. R. J. W. Dodd Captain. Bippus Secretary. Crawford Post no. 6, meets by first and third monday night at their quarters in Centre Block. Daniel Korns commander. It. Boich. Adjutant. Al Council meets by first and third Friday of each month in rights of pythias Hall. K a. P. Min Nick Regent. I. Officer Secretary. I0nal Council no 52, its every second and fourth wednesday of b month at g. R. Hall. E. Kaserman pres. Bowers Cor. Sec a. Mew Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday May 12, 1887. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 a a the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in advances 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. A a 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 Garfield statue at Washington will be unveiled to Day May 12th. The Parade will be composed of the following organizations grand army of the Republic a battalion of the 3rd United states artillery a battalion of United states marines a detachment of sailors from the United states Steamer Galena the society of the army of the Cumberland the District unlit a consisting of about a dozen companies and various civic societies. The procession will form in two divisions at 11 30 a. Near the Center Section of h and sixteenth streets. It is expected that the president and mrs. Cleveland will be present to witness the unveiling ceremonies. President Cleveland has issued an executive order closing the executive offices and departments at the seat of government including the Public printing establishment at noon to Day to enable persons employed therein to attend the exercises at the unveiling of the statute of the late president Garfield. Kentucky held a state convention on the 4th inst., to put in nomination a state ticket. The platform was drawn and written by Lions. John g. Carlisle and Henry Watterson. The convention in the adoption of the platform endorses the Cleveland administration. The platform declares in favor of civil service Reform declares the honest Money of the Constitution Good enough for the people As expressed in Gold and Silver and paper convertible into Coin on demand and Are opposed to All sump uary Laws and sympathizes with the people of Ireland in their struggle for self government and denounces the coercive measures now pending in the British parliament As a monstrous crime against a Brave generous and Long suffering people. And lastly demands a reduction of the War Tariff and the taxes be abolished or lowered upon the necessities of life. The democratic state Central committee met at the Neil House Columbus May 10th, to decide upon time and place for holding the state convention. The Clev Elanders got in their work Early and by showing the Superior advantages of Cleveland in the Way of Hall to hold the convention in and hotel accommodations they were not Long in convincing the committee of the superiority of the latter place. A vote was taken As follows for Cleveland 11 for Columbus a chairman not voting. They decided that the basis of representation on the delegations shall be one Delegate to every 500 votes and fractions thereof cast for John Mcbride. It is supposed to make 700 delegates in All. It is a Wise Choice to select Cleveland As the place. The republicans have fixed the time for holding their state convention the last week in july to be held in Toledo. Foraker is to be renominated for governor without opposition. Already there Are several gentlemen offering themselves for second place on the ticket. They Are so far Captain w. C. Lyon of Licking senator s. A. Conrad of Stark senator Thomas j Pringle of Clark and t. W. Brotherton of a Glaize. For auditor treasurer supreme judges attorney general and member of Board of Public works there Are numerous candidates. The mount zip african Baptist Church was to baptize several Hundred applicants on the 8th instant at the foot of bizarre Street new Orleans. An immense crowd of people was present both White and Black. The pressure of the crowd against the railing around the wharf caused it to give Way precipitating a Large number of persons including women and children into the water. In spite of the heroic efforts of the men to save the women and children from drowning eight persons four White and four coloured were drowned. The sunday Blue Laws that Are being enforced in new York City was decided to include hotels and restaurant keepers and that they were restrained by Law from furnishing liquor with meals on sunday. Mayor Hewit enforced the Law on sunday last. The German societies Are kicking and have notified the committee on cities in the legislature that the future political action of the German element depended upon the settlement of the excise troubles in a satisfactory manner. Monday night a severe storm swept Over Akron. Many buildings were struck by lightning and men were knocked to the ground. Four horses were struck and killed and three were burned in a barn that was struck by lightning. The water fell so fast that it flooded the streets washing out sewers and causing foundations of buildings to Caye in doing immense damage. Natural was struck at Ottawa Kansas on thursday last at a depth of five Hundred feet. The following marriage licenses were granted since our last Issue Samuel m. Bedwell and Elizabeth v. Edie Charles to Tipsy and Rosa Lutty. Neva Comertown will vote on prohibition on monday May 16th, 1887. Considerable interest is manifested and will make a Lively race. I have for Sale or Trade a Good flouring Mill in the state of Iowa. It is a paying property. Call at the times office for information. Of on and after Jarch 22d, 1 will have �8,000 to loan for three or five years secured by first mortgage on Tuscarawas county farms. 9 John a. Himes. Shoe findings leather and All kinds of harness goods at very Low prices at Zimmerman a lie pays Cash for hides and sheep pelts. 19w2 Ida Yaughn a 18 year old girl of Poplar Bluff Arkansas was foully outraged and murdered on the 10th inst., when in charge of the residence while the family were visiting a neighbor. Horse thieves got in their work monday night last near Massillon. They entered the barn on the Bunnell farm and stole three horses a Wagon and a double set of harness and got away undiscovered. So says the Massillon Independent. The question now is who Cut Down the Shade tree on the Lawn near the Monument monday night. Now will a Little George Washington please step up and say a i did it with my Little we fear George cannot be found in new Philadelphia. The Kaldenbaugh Monument is being put in position this week and Many men Are required to do the work. It will he All they can do to Complete the Job in time for the 19th, even with a Woroble weather. It is to to hoped everything will turn out right. Prof. Will Willie who claims to be the Champion wrestler of the world was completely Laid out by one Andrew Edwards of Cadiz in a wrestling match at that place a few Days ago. Or. Edwards is a nonprofessional and gave the prof. Three Falls out of four. Prof. Willie had better pull in his Little boat. The state of Kansas is now pretty much in the hands of newspaper men. The governor the lieutenant governor the commissioner of insurance one of the three Railroad commissioners to say nothing of a score of minor officers Are newspaper a a Fellers and still everything runs Well and smooth. A rare Opportunity to purchase1 a Good farm cheap will he Given on the premises of William Welch deceased about three Miles Southeast of Dennison May 21st, 1887. Two tracts one 154 acres and the other 137. Acres. Both farms Are Well improved Well watered and Good location ions. 20w2 a fatal shooting affray occurred at Newark Ohio on the St instant. The trouble grew out of a Drunken spree on the part of b. F. Siegle John Fitzsimmons and Adam Siegle. Adam began the shooting and Fitzsimmons was hit in the Cheek and a Farmer in the shoulder both wounds will prove fatal. Ii. L. Custer As administrator of win. Welch deceased will sell on the 21st Day of May 1887, two valuable farms about three Miles Southeast of Dennison. These Are Good farms and will afford anyone wanting a Good Home near Uhrichsville and Dennison an Opportunity to buy cheap and on easy terms. Possession Given immediately. 20 w2 at the county auditors meeting at Columbus the Panhandle Between Steubenville and Newark was appraised at $17,000, undivided half of main line Between Newark and Columbus $8,500, second track $5,000, sidings �8,500, Cadiz Branch $5,000 and rolling Stock $7,500 each per Gazette. I have several tracts of excellent land in Dakota that 1 am authorized to sell or Trade. Will Trade for real estate in Ohio or for a Stock of goods of any kind. Now is a Chance for bargains. This land is Good and title Good and will increase rapidly in value. You can get a Fine prarie farm cheap. For further information Call at the times office. Of or. Alvin Vinton of North Broadway was paralysed tuesday evening from a severe stroke of apoplexy. Lie was almost rendered speechless but retains his senses. This is the second stroke he has had and will doubles confine him to his bed for some time. He has not been in Good health for some time past. It is hoped he will be out again. The earthquake shocks of recent Date have proven very disastrous to Many towns in Mexico. At one town Twenty people were killed and nearly every building destroyed. At Cosa Owanda forty families were destroyed. In Arizona territory great fissures were made in the Earth and and water forced into the air. Great consternation prevails among the inhabitants. Farmers mechanics merchants and everybody come to new Philadelphia on the 19th to see the unveiling of the Monument. You will see the largest crowd Ever in new Philadelphia. A grand Good time is anticipated. Done to forget to slip an extra Dollar in your pocket to pay for the times. Some of you live several Miles Distant and we done to get to see you very often and have not the time to visit you and consequently Many Are in arrears for their paper. This is a Small matter to each of you who Are in arrears and it will help to make us smile on that Day. Bring your neighbors in to subscribe for the times. We will be in the office and glad to see you. Soldiers Monument to be unveiled amp dedicated at new Philadelphia Ohio thursday May 19, a. D. 1ss7. This Beautiful Monument was provided for in the will of the late major Henry Kaldenbaugh of the 51st V. I. It is a fitting tribute to the memory of his fallen comrades who fell in defense of the Union whose memories he fondly cherished. Program me. At Sunrise Twenty one guns. G. A. R. Post Sand bands on arrival will March to court House Square thence to their respective Headquarters Canton Batta Kwi Eagle Hall g. A. R. Posts g. A. It. Hall sons of veterans court House basement and bands Chapins Hall. Assembly Bugle Call at 1 of clock p. M., and form As follows Canton battalion on East Light Street g. A. R. Posts on West High Street sons of veterans on North Broadway carriages on South Broadway All with right rest on the Square. The column will be formed by capt. G. W. Bowers chief marshal and move at 1 of clock p. Sharp. Line of March East to second Street North to fair Street West to sixth Street South to High Street and East to Monument. Order of exercises. Music band music n. P. Concordia unveiling the Monument presentation by Hon. William Mckinley acceptance by past depot commander a. L. Conger assisted by or. Vice depot commander c. Ii. Jones. Dedication ceremony. Address by Hon. John a. Bingham Hon. Beriah Wilkins col. John s. Pearce and others. It it pen Camp fire at the rink. When All the natural from the inside of the Earth has been allowed to escape what is to prevent this Globe of ours from collapsing or after losing its buoyancy leave its orbit and drop into unknown space a Cadiz Sentinel. It would have to create a Large vacuum to collapse. The natural producing causes would have to become extinct before the Supply fails. Doubtless nature is doing her work All the time in creating the store of that has been burning and escaping through volcanoes for thousands of years. As to old Mother Earth losing her buoyancy leave her orbit and drop into an unknown space that would Only afford a new pastime for astronomers to discover the earths relative position in the planetary system. There would be danger of finding a hotter position if the Earth got nearer the Sun. The following unmarked soldiers Graves have been supplied with very neat and tasty head stones by the government through the kindness and attention of Hon. Beriah Wilkin. Much credit should be Given him for the interest manifested and promptness with which they were supplied John t Smith Alexander Barlin Jno Eberhard Lee 11 grim James a Smith Jno m Tabor j Kolb and t Jaberg All of new Philadelphia. John Beaver Gotlieb Schwinderman John Carpman Daniel Wixon and Jacob Domer who Are lying in country grave Yards. Prof. S. J. Beck who is superintendent of the port Washington schools has been reappointed school examiner of this county by probate judge Yeagley. We think the judge exercised Good judgment in re appointing or. Beck. He is a thorough scholar and one of our Best educators and has Given Good satisfaction. His appointment will meet the approval of the great majority of the teachers of the county. Cattle thieves in new Mexico killed a Rich cattle ranch Man by the name of Slaughter on the St instant. Slaughter was a member of the grand jury in soc Ora county and had the two murderers Youngblood and Adkins indicted for stealing cattle after which they held a grudge and meeting Slaughter about thirty five Miles from his ranch unarmed fired on him and killed him. A citizen of Phillipsburg dropped into our office the other Day and subscribed for the times. Lie thinks the authorities locating the new school House at Phillipsburg done the wrong thing in putting it in an obscure place Back on the Hill where it can to be seen when a More commodious place Down town could have been had. He thinks the citizens ought to cry out against it. Or. Spear shake How is this that you have not done this More satisfactory ? we Are informed that the duplicate of Tuscarawas county will be increased about $70,000, by reason of the increased valuation placed on the c. A p. And p. C. And St. Louis railways by the Board of auditors at their recent appraise ones of said railroads. Personal mention. Frank Price of Dundee was in town wednesday. _ Eli Westhafer of Rush township was in town on monday. Or. A. C. Goudy came Down from the City of Strasburg yesterday. Or. Wilson of Uhrichsville was at the county seat wednesday. John Meyer of Ragersville has our thanks for his renewal to the times. E. S. Souers a Young attorney of Mineral Point was in town wednesday. Miss Kate Miskimmon of Linton Mills is visiting her Sisters Eva and Lida in Tyis City. Frank Green a member of Tuscarawas county bar from Uhrichsville was in town yesterday. W. H. Stout of the Uhrichsville chronicle was in town on Friday last looking up a a pointers for his paper. T. H. Lawler a prominent Young attorney of Dennison was in town on tuesday on Legal business. Nicholas Kaderly and Nelson Birney of Union township were in attendance at court wednesday. The misses Nellie Rinehart and Flora Williams spent several Days w Ith mrs. Ii. P. Williams in Trenton Eli Benfer of Franklin township called at our office on monday and renewed his subscription to the times for which accept thanks. Samuel off Holder a Well informed Farmer of Yorktown called Early monday morning and renewed his subscription to the times. George Craig Samuel Douglass win. Mayberry and we. Hartshorn All of Newcomerstown were at the county seat on monday. They Are All Good Jolly Fellows. Or. Dunlay Long one of Dennison a leading citizens called at our office on wednesday and subscribed for the times. Or. Long has a mind of his own and believes in viewing both sides of the political differences Between parties. Married. the 5th inst., at the lutheran parsonage by Rev. L. Kuhns or. Samuel m. Bedwell and miss Elizabeth v. Edie All of Tuscarawas county Obituaries. W e see by the Mineral Pointer that death has claimed and taken Home to eternal rest Sarah Amanda Hosick sister of w. Hosick editor and publisher of the Pointer. It is sad yet it is consoling to read the obituary notice of miss Hosick. Sad because the hearts of her friends Are made to bleed and throb painfully at the loss of a dear sister and yet How consoling the thought penned by Bro. Losick. A a her life had been the embodiment of Christian loveliness and her death was such As can come Only to those who have been a a waiting Only we actin go for his coming. The pages of her history were not marred by one single blot or stain her record in the lambs Book of life was As White As the drifted Snow and her soul in All its Pristine purity returned to god As pure and unsullied As when first to Earth a twas Given. She died May 3rd, 1887. On her death bed she begged her friends not to Grieve for her and kissed them Good Bye. Her last intelligible words were a a am i in heaven in a among the that we As indeed a sad and Beautiful death the death of a Christian. Our sympathies Are with the bereaved friends. Henry Upp an aged citizen of West Philadelphia died on Friday morning last of congestion of the lungs. He was a Good citizen and had Many warm friends. Be sure and attend the Sale of two valuable farms on the premises of win. Welch deceased three Miles Southeast of Dennison on the 21st Day of May. These premises Are in Good condition Good building Well watered and in a High state of cultivation. One tract contains 154 acres and the other 137j acres. Terms a one third Cash one third in one year and one third in two years at 6 per cent interest on Back payments. Possession can be Given immediately. H. L. Custer 20w2 administrator. Pat Hanley one of the Panhandle trainmen who was arrested some time ago and released on bail was re arrested yesterday at Dennison by detective Gilkinson of Pittsburg. After his release Hanley was carefully shadowed and the evidence accumulated against him so that he w As again nabbed and the largest haul of stolen goods yet made we As found in his Possession. He had a Stock of jewelry silverware clothing Bric a Brac Etc., in Large Gazette. Plumbing and fitting. Frank a. Zellner has just received from new York a Complete outfit of the latest improved fitting and plumbing tools and has embarked in the plumbing and fitting business such As putting in and water pipes boilers tubes Etc. Leave orders at the store of Zellner a songs City Block. Give the Young Man a Chance. 20w3 a Vail the practical reliable and responsible dentists of Twenty years experience will perform All mechanical and operative dentistry except Gold filling sat ten per cent less than any of the unexperienced a cheap John dentist quacks carpenters or students who Are advertising work at half Price using the same material used by them. First class work at our usual Price. Office in Exchange Block new Philadelphia Ohio. 20tf tragic tinge to a difficulty Between a lawyer and a judge. Columbus ga., May g. Judge Willis was strike by paralysis to Day and died to night. This coming right upon the heels of his recent experience in Marion county gives a tragic tinge to the difficulty there. On last saturday while holding court in that county j. R. Mccorkle a prominent local attorney asked continuance for several cases which the j Edge refused. While taking his seat Mccorkle made an uncomplimentary remark about the judge which the latter overheard who at once slapped the offender in jail for contempt imposed upon him a Fine of $200, and left for Home that night. The citizens of that place were greatly wrought up Over the difficulty went to the jail opened the door and told Mccorkle that he might go free but he declined to do so saying that he would await the action of the Law. The ladies then made a collection and raised the $200 with which to pay the Fine. Judge Willis yesterday sent by mail to the sheriff of Marion county an order to release the prisoner hut was terribly agitated Over the Strain resulting from the affair. Mccorkle is said now to admit the Justice of the judges action. Parnell a failing health. New York May 9. A London special to the evening pot says a a it is no longer possible to disregard the rumours which have been repeatedly gaining currency lately concerning or. Parnell a health. His private life As everyone knows is passed in the most Complete seclusion. The Irish members if they knew would not of course communicate to the outside world any unwelcome news about him. From another source however which i am compelled to regard As trustworthy i learn that the health of the Irish Leader is not Only bad but positively alarming. informant went so far As to add that even his participation in further political struggles is doubtful. I have reason to believe but cannot state positively that his disease is cancer in the a horrible Story. Vincennes ind., May 9. Philip Gyer of mount Auburn Ohio while at Boonville As a Delegate to the lutheran Synod fell dead As was supposed. The body was put in a coffin and placed on the train. When the train arrived Here ten hours later the baggage Man desired the coffin to be opened saying he heard a kick against the Box but the gentleman in charge objected. The Cincinnati chief of police was informed of the strange circumstance and he telegraphed Back that when the coffin was opened the body was face downwards and the shroud was torn showing that Gyer came to life after being placed in the coffin. A gift for All. In order to give All a Chance to test it and thus be convinced of its wonderful curative Powers or. Kings new discovery for consumption coughs and colds will be for a limited time Given away. This offer is not Only Liberal but shows unbounded Faith in the merits of this great remedy. All who suffer from coughs colds consumption asthma bronchitis or any affection of Throat Chest or lungs Are especially requested to Call at f c Miller a songs drug store and get a trial bottle free. Large bottles $1. The arrival of emigrants. New York May 9. At Castle Garden Friday there were landed 4,783 emigrants the largest number in any Day in years. Three other steamships arriving with emigrants had to keep them on Board Over night As the Force at the Garden could not handle them. Found at last. The place to buy the Best and cheapest carpets in Tuscarawas county. Call at the store of j. Burry amp 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 not killed but respite. New York May 9. A St. Louis dispatch to the world says that the report of the execution of three mexican officers at Gua Ymas Mexico for illegal acts across the american line is unfounded. Trustworthy information announces that the officers have been respite. 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 officers with hearts. New York May 9. The Steamer Adriatic arrived Here today. Among her passengers Are thirteen men who recently resigned from the Irish constabulary because they were opposed to assisting in evicting tenants from their farms. A depraved youngster. Ionia mich., May 9. The 14 year old son of Miles Aden a Farmer near Here fatally shot his sister aged 12 years yesterday after remarking a a she will not bother me the boy has been arrested. 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 would do Well to go and see William Anderson at port Washington. 18w3. Come to new Philadelphia the 19th. Woman a views. Woman suffrage in Kansas. By Rev. R. Cordley d. D. The last Kansas legislature granted the right of municipal suffrage to women and so the City elections were watched with great interest. In most places the women voted in Large numbers. Tins was especially True in towns were the Temperance Issue was prominent. Contrary to the common prediction the women who voted Wen mostly those of highest character and greatest refinement. It was a very common fear that the Low and vile would vote while tic pure and refined would abstain. But the reverse of this was True. One thing was noticeable the women treated the ballot As a matter of conscience. They wanted to do some Good with their votes. As a consequence All parties were More careful in the selection of candidates. Another gain was a More orderly election. Even where the excitement was most intense there was no violence. 1 n no single Case was a woman hindered or rudely spoken to. The roughest and noisiest crowd would part asunder and stand Back with the utmost respect whenever a lady came to vote. The most exciting scenes were at Leavenworth. That City has been for years ruled by the Saloon element who defied the sentiment and Law of the state. The legislature last Winter so amended the Law that further evasion seemed useless and the saloons of Leavenworth were closed. The Good women of the City determined to elect a Council in sympathy with the new order of things. Two thousand seven Hundred women registered. They held meetings almost daily for prayer and consultation. When the polls were opened 400 women were standing in line waiting their turn to vote. Over 2,000 voted during the Day. Leavenworth never had a More exciting election and Seldom a More orderly one. The old ticket was re elected but the majority was reduced from 1,700, two years ago to sixteen now and this notwithstanding a pledge from the old officers that the new policy will be maintained. It has compacted the moral elements of the City and even though Defeated in the election a real Victory has been achieved. The new order has won friends for itself and shown that a woman can go to the polls and vote As modestly As to tin store and i i . Political study for guis. A Young Brahman visiting England expressed his astonishment at her advanced civilization. A a Why is it a he Inqui t d of an enlightened englishman a a that India has stood still these last eight or ten centuries while England has made such astounding Progress a his companion gave him a resume of the underlying causes of modern civilization and concluded As follows a in addition your women Are children even to old age and do not stimulate men but bold them Back. But the women of the occident Are learning to keep step with men in scientific pursuits a knowledge of Art and a study of social problems and this is a stimulant to men to go if tin partial education of women has been productive of such Good results How much might he hoped fur if women shared with men every Opportunity for growth and every incentive to Noble achievement. Let our Young girls be encouraged to acquaint themselves with the great questions that engage the attention of our government and especially with those that Are discussed in Congress Legislatures and by the leading papers of the time. Let them know what Are the social and educational movements of the Day and what is their bearing on the future of the nation. Great moral principles underlie them All. Talk with them about the wrongs that should be righted the great reforms that Are battling with injustice the needed legislation that is pending and slowly progressing. These matters can be made As interesting to them As greek literature or roman history As fascinating As the everlasting novel. Brief a a Politi Cal monographs terse Clear and compact Are prepared by specialists and College professors for the instruction of our Young Legal voters. Let these enter into the studies of their Sisters who will find some knowledge of the great problems with which a nation wrestles As powerful a tonic mentally As Are physically the out door games they share with their Brothers. Mary a. Livermore. Votes or veils. Every terrible prediction which men now utter of the bad effect on women of voting would be to Day made in All Mohammedan countries if it was proposed to let women walk unveiled in the streets. It would be argued that it was the nature of woman to stay at Home that All modesty would disappear if her face was seen in Public that she would to Coine loud voiced rude vulgar if she bilked familiarly with the men in Public assemblies Ami sat by the Side of strangers with uncovered face. It would he said that her indirect unseen influence on society through her husband and sons was far greater and better than any she could exert directly. How Many Mohammedan predictions would let a made of the awful consequences to women of leaving off her thick veil and yet i do not suppose that our ladies who Are seen everywhere in Public Are any less feminine refined and pure than the women of egyptian and turkish ller. Jam Freeman Clarke. It is predicted that if women vote they will turn into men become a Sun sexed a Etc. But the chief differences Between men and women Are natural ones they Are not the result of disfranchisement. We do not find that voting makes a refined Man coarse or a quiet Man noisy or a peaceable Man pugnacious. Every Man comes away from the polls just the same sort of a Man he was when he went there. Voting does not wipe out natural differences of temperament Between men Why show a it wipe out natural differences of temperament Between men and women ? the Legal Mill. Market reports. Proceedings. Dismissed. David p. Parks is Frederick Weber. Jennie m. Krantz is Edward Huffman. Continued. Mary a. Sevanik is Henry Rice it Al. Simon Kline is Isaac Miller. Mary a. Koehler is Nevada utter Back. C. L. Amp w. Ray company is Joseppi e. Fredenbur. Submitted. Micajah seran is w. A l. E. Ray co. Judgment common pleas error reversed judgment probate court affirmed mandate to probate. Zebulon p. Sparks is Frederick Lamb Appeal submitted on pleadings and evidence finding for defendants and against plaintiff mandate common pleas. The pen Iron a Coal company is Franklin Marks error common pleas court affirmed mandate to common pleas. John a. Hostetler is Joseph Junkins trustee Etc., late Assignee error common pleas affirmed mandate to common pleas. John Gorr is Josiah Wardell error common pleas affirmed mandate to common pleas. Transfers of real estate. I As compiled in the office of the reorder of deeds. Frank Wible it Al to Fred Wentz 74 1-5 acres Franklin $3,750. Same to Andrew Deis lot 414, Dover $900. Same to Henry Greb part of lot 18, $1,000. A b Johnson to a j Dingman lot 1, Uhrichsville $150. Jesee t Walton to Noah j simmers lot 2g, Newport $100. Eli Hart to Elizabeth Reed 3 3-4 acres Perry township $1,575. Mary s Magee to David j Udy part of lot 4, new Philadelphia $200. Thomas Brock to David Renneker 16 acres Goshen township $331. Auditor Kinsey to Henry Shank 2 acres Auburn township $1.05. John a Hostetler to Fred Wentz lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, Dover $800. Barbara Krebs to Joseph Sci Phach 40 acres Jefferson township $2,500. John Prysi to John Schumacher 47 acres Warwick township $3,500. David Judy to Nora m Mcgregor part of lot 4, new Philadelphia $1.00. W b Thompson to Susanna Mozena lot 809, Uhrichsville $400. Samuel Cable to Emaline Snook 77 acres and lots 7, 8 and 9, Sandy township $8,000. We w Wallace to John w Hill lots 1 and 2, Dennison $1,300. J l Cross to a j Kline Lotufo Mineral City $1,200. Robert Cole to Peter Kelly lots 7 and 8, Dennison $525. Mary e and Stephen c Lewis to Mary Cahill lot 8, Dennison $40<�?~. F w Moore to Gideon r Moore lot 16, Uhrichsville $200. John m Boyd to Jas l Cross lot 72, Mineral City $1,500. Simon a Myers to Josiah Walton 78-100 acres Goshen township $100. Adam a Giggle to Isaac Truman it Al 40 acres Fairfield township $1,500. John Burkeye a administrator to Samuel Maurer 124 13-100 acres Sugarcreek township $10,462. Christian Burkey to Samuel Maurer 69-100 acres Sugarcreek township,$57.72. Tota 7,000,000. In the United states the average yield of Wool is about six pounds per head. For Glt a gtd thirty horse Tower portable saw Mill of the Sheidler a Mcnamar make. Cost $2,700. Has been in use five years but has lately been put in the <0 order with new flues grate bars marriage 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 for a great bargain. For further particulars Call at the times office. The committee of the g. A. R. Post will Call upon the citizens of new Philadelphia and Vicinity for donations of provisions for the Camp fire May 19th. All Are requested to Aid in this matter. For very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per cent interest on investment. Also other desirable lots and properties. John a. Himes new Philadelphia 18tf the prohibition ordinance was passed by the Council of Mineral Point on Friday night last. The vote stood 5 to 1. Times office May 12, flour Patent p bbl. A a p sack. Best family p bbl. A a Amber p sack. A a new proc. Wheat Bushel. Corny new Bushel. Oats new p Bushel. Rye a Bushel. Butter Pound eggs dozen. Buckwheat flour a Pound. Hams a Pound. Shoulders Pound. Sides a Pound. Lard Pound. Pound. Beef a Pound. Salt Goshen p barrel. White Lime barrel. Akron cements a barrel. Calcined plaster a barrel. Land plaster a ton. Up barrel. Potatoes a Bushel new. Dried peaches a Bushel. Rags Pound. Onions Bushel. Hay ton new. Timothy seed Bushel Wooi. Be Rutili zeks a ton. 1887. 10 25 45 15 50 80 40 27 66 8@14 10 03 10 07 07 08 07� 15 1 15 1 00 1 35 2 25 9 00 1 50 30� 40 1 65 01 50 8 00 2 25 30 35 00 unclaimed letters. The following list of unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office May 10, 1887 j. B. Sells Joseph Smith Lida Sedge Wiek Signor Sebaston Catherine Sharcot Carrie Miller Joseph Ken Sadie Clark mrs. . W. Kinley Evan Williams loner Richards Lewis Singer Ludwig Benner Martin Blaser Celes Tine Subin Lydia Fox j. W. Parry George Evans John Beeler John Hein meger. Della Risher John Sparks Phel get King George Bair and Daniel Dickison. E. P. Degrief i. the numb a of sheep in the world is estimated As follows South america100,000,000 Australasia including new zealand. 77,000,000. Europe212,000,000. Africa. 25,000,000. Asia. 50,000,000. United states. 45,000,000. Canada. 8,000,000. All other countries. 5,000,000. The finding of pharaoh. The Century Magazine for May contains two very interesting articles upon the finding of pharaohs hotly. That great Monarch rameses ii the oppressor of the Isrealite the Early Friend of Moses has always been an interesting scripture readers. The word pharaoh was the egyptian name Tor King. Its meaning was that the King was a representative of the god of Light and derived his authority directly Tom heaven. Hence at the present Day we can scarcely conceive How sacred powerful and supreme was the person of an egyptian ruler. His subject prostrated themselves before him As a god and his Rule was limited Only let a his own Imperial will. The treasures of the nation were solely in his control and the splendid monuments remaining it get the earlier Kings testify in the ruined palaces the costly temples the sphinxes and pyramids to their magnificent taste for luxury and Granduer and the Freedom with which they expended the lives and wealth of their subjects. The finding of tin tombs of Baineses ii., his lather Wib and various Meliers of the Royal family has awakened fresh interest in egyptian history and shed new it it upon Hihl ical writings and their chronological reliability. The history of the Hie of pharaoh the finding of the Little child Moses his adoption by the King As a son the terrible slavery of the israelite their hopeless bondage and cruel late their deliverance by moso Ami subsequent journey to the land it it a t Naan have been the occasion of endless criticism doubt and total unbelief. But As science slowly unfolds the Story of the past and brings Trum the Depths of the Earth one mute witness after another to testify about the remoter Ages the simple Story of the old testament is found to be True and sacred and propane history agree in the most remarkable and conclusive manner. It seems scarcely possible that we Are at this time brought face to face with the actual material body of that pharaoh who fills so Large a space in Bible history and that we can Lay our hands upon his person study his Calm grand head push the hair Back from his temples As though he had died but yesterday. \ Etall this is True. Fourteen Hundred years before Christ a thousand years Indore Rome was known but two or three centuries after Abraham Isaac and Jacob walked the Earth this body of the most opulent powerful and sagacious Monarch then known in the world amid the lamentations of his people and the pomp of Royal pageantry was Laid to rest in the Tomb forever and now when tin Egypt he knew has passed into almost a ruin and desert the great works and cities he built the palaces the temples and the people Over whom he ruled Are Only matters of history or tradition the in Fly of the great King distinct in form and feature comes to us trom the remotest past and science with unerring precision Marks his identity and reads the records of his life. The traveler at Cairo can now take the hand in his own that once was Laid in fatherly kindness upon the head of Moses. He can see a human face older than the commandments on Sinai. He can put his Finger on the lips Tunit uttered the tyrannical decree against the children of Israel and defied Moses and Aaron As they stood before him in obedience to the command of Jehovah. For let before him lies pharaoh the mighty ruler whose horses and chariots were overthrown in the sea and whose ears May have caught the echoes of those triumphant strains of Miriam with her Timbrel As she Sang of the Victory of her people. Free Trade. The reduction of internal Revenue and the taking off of Revenue stamp from proprietary medicines no double has largely let ene fitted the Consumers a Well As relieving the Burden of Home manufacturers. Especially is this the Case with greens a Yurt Flower a lid Ifo a hot e it German syrup As talc reduction of thirty six cents per dozen has been added to increase the size of the bottle containing these remedies thereby giving one fifth More Medicine in the 7 cent size. The a Yurt Flower for dyspepsia and liver complaint the German syrup for cough and lung troubles have perhaps the largest Sale of and medicines in the world. The advantage of increased size of the la it titles will be greatly appreciated by the sick and afflicted in every town and Village in civilized countries. Sample bottles for 1c cents remain the same size. 9y Renews her youth. Mrs. Phoebe Chesley Peterson olay county Iowa tells the following remarkable Story the truth of which is vouched for by the residence of the town a a i am 73 years old have been troubled with kidney complaint and lameness for Many years could not dress myself without help. Now i am free from All pain and soreness and am Able to do All my own housework. I owe my thanks to electric bitters for having renewed my youth and removed completely All disease and try a bottle Only 50c at Millers drug store. F. C. Miller a son. Come and subscribe for the times

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