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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - May 19, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday May 19, 1887. Number 21 official directory. District. Congress Beriah Wilkins state . W. Orites common pleas g Pearce county. Representative Francis Ankney probate . W. Yeagley prosecuting attorney. F. Wilkins . C. Figert . W. Bowers w. Kinsey treasure John Meyers. Recorder. G. Neumam commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. J s. Ruler w. E. Lash . Ii. Hoover i Ozias Delong j. J. Porter l. Lorantz Sec City. Daniel James la. Erk Elijah shul marshal Philip Getzman Street commissioner John s. Graham. I Jacob Miller c. C. Wei tvs Ciminel i Fletcher Douthit Council b. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. S. Warden. Justices. Names. Daniel Krebs. James w Stoutt George Bear. Isaac Coots. Henry Deible. T Richardson. R g Galbraith. T k Robinson. Philip a Carver John Smith. Jus a i Brae til. John Milone. Daniel Richards t b Rankin. L s Wias ii. And Timmerman. S y Renneker. Ii s Mckinney. Win e Beek. Samuel c Kline. J la Gardner. Rob t Caruthers John Wetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. T h to zen a. Joseph Lealea Chas f Davis. C c Fernsel. Levi Travis. I w Newburg. Jus la Hostetter Nich Montag. Wesley Ai Tracy a. Youngen. Hiram Echman. David Breymeir Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett. John s Spring. Charlesll filers John w Rolli. Ii ugh t i Anis. C w Kinsley. P la Kulm. Al s Wagner. J l Baldwin. Professional directory. J Doto it Eda a i Lii Klau Arlean gynaecologist. Practice limited to diseases women and child Rem office Public Square new Philadelphia. 0. 7 j. T. , . Tiwa Hiu Eton . J is. Mclean a Warburton. Physicians and surgeons. Office and residence Public Square new Piil phia Ohio. 7 t. J. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and resilience no. I South Broadway. New Philadelphia Ohio. 4syl Francis Romig attorney and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bauk new Philadelphia Ohio. Ltd. Hissong a shaving shampooing and hair dressing parlor Iii basement under Miller s drug store North Broadway. New Philadelphia 0. 48yl John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47yl j la Booth attorney at Law. Notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators Aud guardian in accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Samuel a100re, attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. La professional business entrusted to his care ii Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining somites will receive prompt and careful attention office Over citizens National Bank. Mitchells dental rooms. Chant Mitchell d. D. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. City Block new Philadelphia 0, Over a iffy a hardware store Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. To Gas and Ether administered. A diseases the Mouth and Teeth a specially. I the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the ears. Good livery in connection with tile House. 9yl Church directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock p. In. Sunday school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lords Day morning at 10 00 a. Preaching morning Aud evening every third lords Day each Mouth. Sunday school at 9 clock a. In. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. In. Mid 7o�?Tclock p. In. Sunday school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. German every sunday at 1030a. In. Aud 2 15 p. In alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday morning service each month a missionary concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. In prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United every sunday it 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock p. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. In Lodge directory. chapter no. 38, la. A. My a meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniski. Getzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, A a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mcilvaine . G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. C. Vav. Duncan k. Of r. And s. I. 0. 0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening Iii Odd Fellows Hall. T. J. Zellner. N. G. I. A. Courll rec. Sec a. I. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. C. Stempfly n. G. P. Sehl rec. Sec a. I. . Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. John Lunn c. P. I. A. Correll scribe. Canton tur Cara Vav As no. 3-5. I. My a i. 0. O f., meets every third thursday evening in each month it Odd Fellows Hall. City Block. La. J. Vav. Dodd Captain. A. Bippus Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. 0, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters Iii Centre Block. Daniel Korns commander. R. Ii. Crouch. Adjutant. Royal Arcanum a philos Council meets every first and third Friday each month in knights pythias Hall. A. P. Minnick Regent. J. H. Officer Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second Aud fourth wednesday each month at g. R. Hall. E. Kaserman pres. We. Bowers Cor. Sec a. New . Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday May 19, 1887. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4, at tie new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in advances if not paid within six months. I 50 should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. 4t#"address All matter intended for publication to the editor. Laws newspapers. Townships. Post fico. Clay. Lock no. 17. Wayne. Dundee. Perry. Cadwallader. Washington Paoli. Hucks. Baltic. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Warwick. Tuscarawas. A Warren. New Cumberland i Franklin. Strasburg. Goshen. Barnhill. Rush. Tippecanoe. Mill. Uhrichsville. Goshen. New Philada a. Rush. Gnadenhutten. Clay. Gnadenhutten. Perry. Cadwallader. Fairfield. New Philada a. J Sandy. Mineral City. Goshen. New Philada a. Lawrence. Bolivar. Warren. New Cumberland Washington Albany. Wayne. Dundee. York. New Philada a. Rucks. Baltic. Salem. Bort Washington Mill. Uhrichsville. Mill. Dennison. Oxford. Newcomerstown Franklin. Strasburg. Auburn. Ragersville. Dover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal i Lover. Dover. Canal Dover. Sandy. Mineral City. Auburn. Ragersville. Warwick. Tuscarawas. Lawrence. Zoar. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Salem. Port Washington Jefferson. Port Washington Fairfield. Zoar station. Jefferson. Stout Creek. Goshen. New Philada a. Oxford. Newcomerstown York. Black bail. Union. Uhrichsville. Union. Leesville. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use it w Hether he has ordered it not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without forming the publishers and the paper is sent to the former direction they Are held responsible notice should always be Given removal. If subscribers refuse neglect to take papers from the office place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to discontinue. Cadiz Harrison county Lias closed its saloons. Local option did the work. Wooster has just dedicated a new m. E. Church that Cost $26,000. They claim it to he one the finest in Ohio. The great increase in the production Oil in the Wood county District Lias caused Oil to drop in Price to 27. Cents per barrel. It is High time now that some candidate he trotted out for state senator front this District. We have As yet heard no one mentioned. The governor Texas is asked to Call a special session the legislature to provide for the people several counties who Are starving the drouth having ruined All their crops. Tuscarawas county having postponed her county convention until september 3d, there will have to lie a called convention for the purpose selecting delegates to the state and senatorial conventions. The orangemen Canada Are determined that Brien who lately landed tile continent shall not deliver an address at Kingston Ontario the 16th, at which time he is filled to speak. A hot reception is anticipated. In the great Oil Case pending against the officials the Standard Oil co. For conspiracy at Buffalo x. Y., a verdict guilty conspiracy to ruin a rival company and destroy its works was brought in. This will doubtless Lead to other prosecutions. Van Baker who is suspected murdering his wife and Mother in Law at Holiday Cove near Steubenville for the1 purpose getting control the property about $9,000 the Mother in Law that had been willed to his wife and at her death to him was arrested the 13th, and taken to jail. There seems to be no doubt about his guilt and Lynching was seriously talked . It is the most cold blooded affair record. A vote was taken in Newcomerstown monday the question prohibition under the local option feature the Dow Law. The vote stood one Hundred and Twenty seven for and one Hundred ten against prohibition giving a majority in favor prohibition. The next thing is what will the Council do. It begins to look very much As though a Good portion Ohio will be Iii favor prohibition. Mineral Point was Tho first town to put the Dow badge Iii Tuscarawas county and Newcomerstown will probably be the second unless the Council refuse to pass the ordinance. The Cleveland and caution Railroad at their annual meeting in Canton last wednesday decided to change their Road to a Standard gauge. The Road was mortgaged for $2,000,000 for that purpose. Or. Blood president the Road visited Zanesville a few Days ago presumably with a View extending the Cleveland and Canton Road from Coshocton to Zanesville. If this is done it May Cool the ardor the Zanesville people the new Road to new Philadelphia. It is very essential that the people Here do their utmost immediately we May not get the z., n. A c. Road. Scarcely a week passes by hut some paper chronicles the death some one by Gas in sleeping rooms at hotels. Country people and people from Small towns who Are not accustomed to the use Gas Are Likely to blow the Gas out retiring else attempt to turn it off turn the Light out and the Gas again and go to bed to be almost and very frequently smothered to death. As a precaution if you think the Gas has not been properly shut off Light a match and hold it to the Jet and if it ignites then it affords an Opportunity to try it Over again. The Railroad subscription seems to be at a stand still at present account the committeemen who were soliciting being too Busy in their own affairs to push the work and a failure to find some one capable and willing to do it whose duties did not break in the work. We need some Good Man to devote his whole time to the work. Those who have been soliciting Are Good men but they have their own business to take care and can to devote sufficient time to the work. There is a possibility raising the necessary funds and we Hope this matter will be pushed right along. The disposition the great majority is to do their part but an Opportunity must be Given them to do it. Not More than one fourth the taxpayers who Are expected to subscribe have not had an Opportunity to do so yet. Cleveland excursion All Statson Sonc. Amp m. R. In tuesday May 24th. Tickets Good seven Days. Tell your friends about the excursion to Cleveland going tuesday May 24th, via c. Amp m. Railway. Through train. No change cars. A Quantity Gas was found in Waynesburg at a depth Only sixty feet a few Days ago and Molly Stark is excited Over tile find. Wooster had a $30,000 fire Oil the loth. Imgarda Straw Board Mills was destroyed by fire supposed to have originated from combustion. The Post office will be open thursday from 8 to 9 a. In., from 12 in. To i p. In. And from 4 p. In. To 5 p. In. E. I. Degrief i. The upper Balcony the court House fronting South is reserved for the relatives the late Henry Kaldenbaugh the occasion the unveiling tile Monument. The Fountain for the Supply water for Man and beast was placed in position the Public Square last Friday. It is very convenient and a much needed improvement. We see from exchanges that Many horse thieves Are at Large in Ohio. Many horses and sometimes buggies have been stolen. The shot gun policy should be brought to Bear them when caught. For Sale at Mineral Point Ohio two lots the rear end which abuts the c. Amp i Railroad Iii a Good location in Central part town. No improvements. These lots Are no 9 and to and Are Good lots for business. Will sell tile two for $400 in payments $350 in Cash. For further information Call at s. Moore a Law office new phila., Of during the Thunder storm the 12th inst a Bolt lightning struck the House win. Hunter Wellsville Ohio passed Down the Chimney splitting it As it went and in the room below struck the eldest daughter leaving her senseless tile floor. She recovered consciousness during the night and by morning was some better but complained Wellsville Union. A petition to the City Council is in circulation asking that the ordinance fast driving be so changed As to permit horses to be seeded some certain Street in the to ii. The Street to he selected by the Council. A Large list names is already attached. Cleveland allows fast driving a certain Street and we see no reason Why our authorities could not Grant a similar privilege. We learn from the paragraph that the 26th annual convention the Tuscarawas county sunday school Union will be held at Gnadenhutten tuesday wednesday and thursday june 14th, loth and 16th, commencing at 7 30 tuesday evening. And the new Philadelphia District conference the m. E. Church will be held at Gnadenhutten june 6th, 7th and 8th. Wallace amp cons. Great menagerie and circus will show Here the 30th May. It is said to be one tile Best shows the Road. Press comments Are to the effect that it is conducted in the Hest style. The Parade is said to be really grand and the performance excellent. The Stock every kind is the finest. They have 27 cars and All Are painted White which makes a Fine appearance. This show is noted for its polite officials. Their aim is to please the people and they have never failed in bringing Large crowds. A the g. A. R. Boys. Iii order to give the unveiling ceremonies a proper Send off propose to hold a Camp fire and festival wednesday evening May 18th, at the Casino rink to be continued thursday evening the 19th. Go and help them along. All persons who have not been solicited for contributions and feel like assisting the boys if they will kindly Send their contributions to the rink they will receive the proper credit. The committee could not Call All and some were not at Home when called . The solicitors will Call and you can give what you May have to contribute to them. Personal mention. James Johnson Dennison was in town saturday. Wilber Miler spent sunday at Home in new Philadelphia. Miss Flora Baird Scio is visiting miss Minnie Spence this City. We acknowledge the kindness prof. S. G. Beck in extending to us an invitation to attend the commencement exercises the port Washington High school Friday May 20th, 1887. The port Washington school Hasan excellent corps teachers. The following is a list s. J. Beck superintendent. Mrs. A. List grammar. Miss Gussie Stocker 2d intermediate. Miss Fannie Weatherbee 1st intermediate. Miss Ada Stocker primary. Miss Edna i. Hill pianist. The graduating class 1887, is As follows Jacob Holder jr., Edna i. Hill win. A. Gold Minnie e. Lang Warren Price Myra b. Hamersley. The following programme will be carried out that Day and it will afford us great pleasure to be present if business permits invocation Rev. I. T. Underwood. Music song class. Essay a your country its trial and Triumph a Jacob udder . Essay a the race not to the Swift a Edna i. Hill. Music piano duet Minnie e. Dang and mrya b. Ila Mersley. Essay a a beauties nature a Minnie e. Lang. Essay a a a voyage in life Myra in Ila Mersley. Music piano duet Claudia and Edna i. Hill. Music song class. Essay a rely upon yourself a we. A. Gold. Essay a a senses Man a a Warren Price. Music piano terzetto a Minnie e. Lang Myra b. Hamersley and Edna i. Hill. Address and presentation diplomas a Rev. I. T. Underwood. Music song Farwell class. Jacob Weller Stone Creek renewed his subscription to the times monday. _ Jacob Maurer Bolivar gave the times office a Call monday. He is one the leading citizens that Vicinity. Ii. In Keller has returned from Washington to enjoy the vacation season. Ile visited the county seat saturday last. Tobias Kuhn Blackband was in town saturday last made us a Friendly Call and added one More Dollar to the times fund. Two men were killed by lightning at St. Louis the loth while standing under the eaves a stable to get shelter from the storm. Messes. Thomas Walker and W. Andrews Ragersville called at our office monday and left us two dollars for which they have our Best wishes. M iss Julia ditto will leave Friday this week for Angola Indiana to visit her sister mrs. Ellen Herst and to attend the wedding her Niece. Protecting animals from files. At this season the year the annoyance caused to animals by flies and mosquitoes often amounts to positive agony and at All times in what is called Good Corn weather it is sufficient to prevent the Stock eating enough to keep them in Good condition. The animals will stand in the water pass the greater part the Day in the Shade rather than expose themselves to the Sunshine going out to eat Only when driven out by hunger. They quickly lose flesh the flow milk shrinks and a loss is incurred that cannot be easily made Good again. At All times a Good feed Grain is beneficial to Stock but it is especially so when flies Are very annoying since it will do much to prevent shrinkage flesh and milk. Horses and Milch cows May be protected in a great measure at least by wiping them All Over with a Spong dipped in soap suds in which a Little carbolic acid has been mixed. Bulls confined in stables often suffer enough from the attacks flies to drive them half and there is no doubt that the continual fretting caused in this Way develops a Savage disposition. The most satisfactory results have followed from sponging with soap suds and carbolic acid mixed to a Jersey Bull confined Iii a 8ta.ll. Unclaimed letters. Herman Kennedy a Young teacher Deersville Harrison county gave us a Friendly Call monday. He is his Way to it. Union to attend College. Or. T. C. Parks the firm Hobson amp Parks Flushing has removed to new Philadelphia where he will continue h is professional press. Miss Kila Benedict Niles Ohio and miss Mamie Booth new Philadelphia spent the past week with . H. Ii. Smith and family in paragraph. Or. E. J. Meloy postal clerk the Panhandle Road was in town monday. He was an important witness in a divorce Case. De. Was very bashful hut got through safely. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office May 17, 1887 Nicholas Sherretts mrs. John Shu Macher miss Mary Welton Melina Weaver Rosa Pishou mrs. Simon alters Jennie James p. Hazen Albert Lewis a. T. Myer John Lanzer miss a. E. Smetts i. L. Spotts mrs. Frank wills we. Willington and mrs. Win. Winkle. E. P. Degrief p. Natural Gas news. The ignorant . Fred Degreif is Home from Toledo where lie has been in the employ the j. Amp t. Railroad. He has accepted a position the Kansas amp Pacific and will make head quarters at Sedalia to. Lie will leave for that place in a few Days. Miss Lillie Hirst daughter Joseph Hirst and grand daughter Joseph ditto formerly a resident new Philadelphia but now residing at Angola Indiana will be married about the first june to Rev. Of Brien a methodist minister fort Wayne. Fostoria o., May 14. People went wild Here last night Over the fact that the first Gas Well owned by the City had reached the Sand and is a big Gusher. When the Drill reached three feet in Trenton Rock Gas began coming up with terrific Force throwing pebbles High into the air and the Force is increasing with every stroke the Drill. Oak Harbor o., May 14. The a. Ii. Murphy amp co. Gas and Oil company Cleveland have their first test Well Down 500 feet. The project the company is to developed enough Gas to pipe across the Lake to Cleveland and As there Are several successful Wells Here the company have great Hopes ultimate Success. Indianapolis ind., May 14. The Gas Well at Broad Ripple seven Miles North this City was a a shot at 8 clock last night and the Experiment was rewarded by a Large flow Gas the flame burning from Twenty to Twenty five feet High. The find has created a Good Deal excitement. Cleveland excursion via c. Amp m. Ray. Miss Jessie Donnell an accomplished Young lady new Philadelphia but lately Kansas City mo., will be married wednesday May 18th, at the latter place to . Allen m. Smith Kansas City. The Happy couple have the Best wishes the times and the Many friends the Bride for their future Prosperity. We congratulate . Smith Iii his Success in winning one so amiable As miss Jessie. Tuesday May 24th. Tickets Good seven Days. Low round trip rates from All stations. See nearest agent c. Amp m. R. R. For further information write j. Al Butler excursion manager Cleveland a. A. Mccloy travelling agent c. Railway Cambridge Time train leaving principal stations with round trip rates As follows canal Dover 11 32 a. In., $2.00. Last week e. Sherrett North Lewisburg Ohio visited his Comrade prof. J. P. Kuhn this City. They were both members the 126 regiment V. I., and after having received severe wounds in Battle they Lay Side by Side in the same Hospital for six months where they assisted each other in dressing their wounds. They were requested to join the invalid corps which they both refused to do but asked the surgeon in charge the Hospital to Send them to their regiment instead. They parted at York pa., in the Spring 1865, Sherrett going to his regiment and Kuhn remaining at York where he attended the military Hospital schools. Both were soon discharged account their wounds and returned Home to Tuscarawas county. They met in the fall 1865 at the fair grounds near canal Dover and from that time until last week a period nearly Twenty two years they were absent from one another. They had a Happy meeting and parted As reluctantly As the nearest Kin. May they meet again. Obituaries. Mrs. Levina Cordery an aged lady who resided Avest front Street died Friday morning last and was buried sunday in the new Philadelphia cemetery. Frederick Geckeler Blakes Mills died Friday morning brain disease and was buried monday in the new Philadelphia cemetery under the auspices the Odd Fellows this City. Another a Ashington county Farmer has allowed himself to be swindled by the lightning Rod Sharps. One Day last week an old Man apparently a cripple made his appearance at the residence William Mccarrell a prosperous Farmer in mount pleasant township. He offered to put rods Mccarrell a barn for nothing save dinner for himself and team and tile old rods in order to introduce his rods. Mccarrell finally consented and signed a paper agreeing to take the rods. The paper turned up in the shape a note for $190 two Days later in the hands two strange men. Mccarrell paid $90 and the Sharps obtained the other $100 the note in Gazette. Served him right when a Man wants to get something for nothing he ought to be nipped. Ave publish one Day earlier this week account the unveiling the Monument thursday our usual publication Day. Ave neglected informing our correspondents that fact and have received a number letters too late for this week but they will appear in our next. Wooster has begun Boring for Gas. For Good thirty horse Power portable saw Mill the Scheidler amp Mcnamar make. Cost$2,700. Has been in use five years but has lately been put in the Best 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 a debt and will sell it for $750. Now is a Chance for a great bargain. For further particulars Call at the times office. A card. Having had the water put in my shop i have listed up my Bath rooms in first class style and am prepared to give hot and cold Baths and also Shower Baths at All hours. Julius c. Dittmar. Or. Parks who lately located in new Philadelphia performed quite a difficult surgical operation the other Day in removing a tumor from the Cheek j. C. Donaha. He was assisted by . Grant Mitchell. The operation was a Success. A Chicago police Captain arrested his own son for playing Pool. The boy tried to beg off but the old Man would not listen. The Era Reform seems to have captured Chicago. Justice Woods the supreme Bench was buried tuesday at Newark Garland Tucker Hoadly Carlisle and Mcdonald Indiana Are All mentioned As suitable men to fill the vacancy. It is claimed that Garland will have the Best Chance. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat-safaction. Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller pc son. 6y2 Union memorial services this year will be held at music Hall. Rev. J. A. Cook chaplain Andrew Crawford Post will deliver the memorial discourse at 10 30 clock a. Rn., May 29th. On and after a Arch 22d, i will have $8,000 to loan for three five years secured by first mortgage Tuscarawas county farms. 9 John a. Himes. Three thousand More Rolls Wall paper now the Road and will arrive this week at popular prices at Wells drug store. 21 w2 for fire life Accident plate Glass and steam boiler insurance Call j. Bridenstein at the Post office. 21w2 a railway company As a Rule always knows what it is about and it takes care to know what others Are about too. Autocracy and aristocracy Are Only adjournments democracy. There is no higher Appeal than to the conscience and intelligence tile human race there is no higher object than its dignity and advantage. Democracy has no antagonists save the enemies the human kind the ignorant excessive tendencies which Lead men away from what is Wise and True and temperate. It might be said if Wisdom must govern the few must govern. Yes but they must govern in the interest the Many and in order that they May do this the Many must have a voice in choosing them. But what shall we say those who having made no careful study these great questions Rush into them with a violent passion and ignorance tiie great principles that govern and Call up the spectacle an ignorant and brutal As a motive for the denial the most sacred human rights i confess i am not entirely disinterested in asking this question. There is a Strong movement to Day that Aims at the crushing the aspirations women to the full rights citizenship. It is Only that and nothing More. Axeman who ask for votes Are met by the Hue and cry a voting for ignorant women will overthrow voting for ignorant men has almost done that already. The Extension the suffrage for men has been sought both Here and in England and has been accomplished by statesmen particularly philanthropic views. They have done this in the interest ignorance and Iii order that the ignorant might govern. These same people moreover have Ever shown themselves zealous for the promotion education everywhere. Is it not evident that in the Extension the suffrage a larger knowledge is brought into government and can it be that those who oppose the Extension the suffrage the ground giving Power to ignorant classes Are those ignorant the principles embodied in the government under which they live in the name common sense and Justice i protest against that general cry which lays the Burden our social and political evils upon some supposed class the Community Given Over to the interests life upon a Low and brutal plane. A a double the ignorant vote ? rather let us free ourselves from it yes if we could Only find out where it is. That class which has often shown its capacity to Lead is liable to put the immediate gain convenience in place the substantial advantage and to sacrifice the greater though More Remote Good to the nearer and lesser gain. You will remember that the wealth and fashion Boston took no Stock in the notions . Garrison and Yendell Phillips. The question the franchise to Day is As vital a question As any that Ever divided the opinions the social world yet in a time general metamorphosis we abide in our rut like the bourbons France Iii the account Given them by Talleyrand. Ave forget everything we should remember. Let us look at what the change has been. Every male citizen is now an efficient member the body politic. The relations women to men have been wholly changed. But Good men say to women we can neither help you nor let you help yourselves a and they profess to do it in the interest Law order and Good government. Julia Avard Howe. The ups and Downs Cranberry culture. From statistics gathered by the american Cranberry growers association it is Learned that in 1883 Avi Consin produced 135,507 bushels in 1884, 24,783 in 1885, 264,432 bushels and in 1886, 70,686 bushels this fruit. By these figures it will be seen that the yield is very irregular. This is owing principally to the fact that Many the marshes Are not yet provided with the Means flooding and course suffer from Worms droughts late Spring Early autumn frosts and extensive fires started by Sparks from the engines railroads running through the marshes. These and various other evils Are averted the More improved farms. So that while handsome fortunes have in Many cases been made in Cranberry growing Many thousands dollars have the other hand been sunk in the same Industry. Only the wealthier owners who have expended vast sums Money in improving and equipping their property can calculate with any degree certainty a paying crop fruit every year. Blackstone bits. The Legal Mill. Proceedings. The old fashioned teacher. Hon. A. D. Harlan in his speech Iii the Pennsylvania Senate made a telling answer to the objection that women Are unfit to take part in government a a the time was and not Long since that it was thought that it would never do to give a Winter school in the Rural districts to a lady because she would never be Able to govern the big boys. She might teach a Small school during the summer months because it would be composed Little children but a Good big Strong Man would have to be employed for the Winter months. And some us Here who Are quite Young can Well remember this Ideal male teacher As he entered the school room the first morning the term with his bundle rods which he put up Over his desk As a terror to All the pupils and How As a Rule he would try to find some fault with the boy who had been the ringleader in mischief the last session so that he the teacher might give him a thrashing the first Day and thus secure the government the school for the term. But that kind government has disappeared and in its place there rules instead a gentle Maiden and her Rule is perfect for it is the Rule love. A a to Day this Commonwealth has More than fifteen thousand such women who Are governing a million our boys and girls and training them for usefulness in life. A a ave admit their superiority in this work and yet we discriminate against them by paying them at least thirty per cent less than we do male teachers when they do the same work and do it better. A a should we thus discriminate against women if she had a vote no not for a Day. Ave should not dare to do it. A a has this change in our Public schools degraded these fifteen thousand women ? no it has made them respected and honoured everywhere. A a women entered the Telegraph office and the vile language often indulged in by men disappeared. A a a Omen Are to Day sought for in the office in the store and All the departments business where brains virtue and honesty Are wanted. A it is to Day everywhere admitted that where the unjust discrimination Man has yielded to the growing civilization the age and allowed women an equal race in any the professions she has proven herself worthy the place. A a i have no fear that if we give woman Liberty she will be less feminine for woman can never be in womanly. She like Man acquires character and self control in proportion As her sphere when a silk hat becomes wet from other causes has lost its smoothness and gloss cleanse it carefully from All dust then with a silk handkerchief apply petrolatum evenly and smooth Down with the same handkerchief until it is dry Smoth and Glossy. This will make a silk hat look As Good As new. Many w ise and Good people who constitute so vast a majority Mankind Are under the impression that you ought never to go to Law. Generally speaking perhaps this is True but How it the Law conies to you ? be Content with an honest claim. If you have lost your hat done task for a suit clothes otherwise the judge May come to tin conclusion that the hat itself is Apo cry tical. He who goes to Law goes an unknown journey and May come Back worse than lit started a repentant and Unpi tied prodigal. It is necessary if a client desires an opinion that he should state every fact unreservedly and without color. A a Victoria by the Grace this is the religious formula by which one person declares Law against another. Good results in every Case. D. A. Bradford wholesale paper dealer Chattanooga tenn., writes that he w As seriously afflicted with a severe cold that settled his lungs had tried Many remedies without Benefit. Being induced to try . Kings new discovery for consumption did so and was cured by use a few bottles. Since which time lie has used it Iii his family Lur All coughs and colds with Best results. This is the experience thousands whose lives have Lieen saved by this wonderful discovery. Trial bottles tree at C. Miller amp songs drug store. An end to Bone scraping. Edward Shepherd Harrisburg ii says a a having receiver so much Benefit from electric bitters i feel it my duty to it suffering humanity know it. Have had a running sore my leg for eight years my doctors told me i would have to have tin Bone scraped leg amputated. I used instead three bottles electric bitters and seven boxes Bucklers Arnica Salve and my leg is now sound and electric bitters Are sold at 50 cents a bottle and Bucklen a Arnica Salve at 25c. Per Box by C. Miller son. A anted a Good agent either sex in All principal towns and cities in the u. S. To take orders for our new Patent Low priced solid Bronze Nickle door plates door Bells Street numbers Etc. From $100 to $500 can be made in a very Short time. Fine outfit cases for samples free. Write for proof what agents Are doing and list unoccupied territory. It will you to do so. We refer to the editor this paper who has purchased one our plates. Michigan Jour plate co., 21 grand rapids Mich. amp Vail the practical reliable and responsible dentists Twenty years experience will perform All mechanical and operative dentistry except Gold filling sat ten per cent less than any the unexperienced a cheap John dentist quacks carpenters students who Are advertising we Ork at half Price using the same material used by them. Fist class work at our usual Block it r u Sai a i Price. Office Chang pm iia it by Ujj gift Hio a 20tf plumbing and Gas fitting. Frank a. Zellner has just received from new York a Complete outfit the latest improved Gas fitting and plumbing tools and has embarked in the plumbing and Gas fitting business such As putting in Gas and water pipes boilers tubes Etc. Leave orders at the store Zellner a songs City Block. Give the Young Man a Chance. 20w3 i have several tracts excellent land in Dakota that i Ani authorized to sell Trade. A i 11 Trade for real estate in Ohio for a Stock goods 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 a rare Opportunity to Purchase a Good farm cheap will be Given the premises William Velch deceased about three Miles Southeast Dennison May 21st, 1887. Two tracts one 154 acres and the other 137 acres. Both farms Are Well improved Well watered and Good location Mons. 20w2 h. L. Custer As administrator we. Velch deceased will sell the 21st Day May 1887, two valuable farms about three Miles Southeast Dennison. These Are Good farms and will afford anyone wanting a Good Home near Uhrichsville and Dennison an Opportunity to buy cheap and easy terms. Possession Given immediately. 20w2 for very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per cent interest investment. Also other desirable lots and properties. John a. Himes new Philadelphia 18tf i have for Sale Trade a Good flouring Mill in the state Iowa. It is a paying property. Call at the times office for information the citizens National Bank new Philadelphia is Isaac metzer default judgment $444.80 Sale premises. Lizzie Severns is Jacob a Stoody defendant to answer i Stanter. John n Miller is Hudson e Willard plaintiff to ready june i. Charles Erick is i la troendly defendant to answer july i. We ii Avo Druff is Geo a Bowman defendant to plead aug i. Edward Rosemand is Ernst Schmidt defendant to plead june i. Ohio is Sarah Reed and Thos Reed indictment for Selling and keeping open sunday Ollied. Ohio is Sarah Reed and Robert Reed indictment for Selling to minors Ollied. Ohio is Sarah Reed Selling to minor plea guilty $25 costs and five Days in jail. Ohio is Sarah Reed Selling to minor plea guilt $25 costs and five Days in jail. Ohio is Samuel l Douglass Selling liquor within two Miles fair ground plea guilty $25 and costs. Ohio is forge Craig Selling liquor within two Miles fair ground plea guilty $25 and costs. Ohio is William ii Mayberry Selling with in two Miles fair ground plea guilty $25 and costs. Ohio is Martha and Thomas Lartz Horn Selling within two Miles fair ground Ollied As to Martha Thomas arraigned plead guilty $25 and costs. Cecelia Linsler is Jacob Linsler divorce granted. David Lehman is divorce granted. Elizabeth Wolf is John lamas plaintiff to reply i Stanter. Stephen ii Edgar is win Reed tried to court finding for plaintiff and injunction made perpetual. J a j Nurre is John Hicks order to show cause Why dormant judgment should not lit revived. Paris anarchists. On ear Olive m. Lehman Joseph used in is Andrew j Reisher Case amp Willard co. To answer and Cross petition i Stanter. A Bradley a co is hard Knappen Berger a co. Default judgment $59.67. Settled. Nelson c Boals is James Mccoy Din Nahey. Elizabeth Evans is Martha Mccullough. James Evans is j t Mccullough. Alice e miamis is win m inn is. Alice e Minnis is Anna Minnis. Ible Wentz a co is John lamas finding for Charles lamas and Frederick Renner $144.76 distribution proceeds. H Hendrickson is Isaac Gibbs dormant judgment $38.48. Do Bair is George w honk default judgment $81.20. Transfers real estate. I As compiled Iii the office the recorder deeds. Solomon Fisher to Josiah a male Pleck to acres Auburn township $500. U j Huprich to Daniel Temple too acres Auburn township $5,500. Harrison Starmer to Henry Averne 18 acres Franklin township $1,250. Rufus k Smith to Jos b Van lehi25 acres Warwick township $4,500. Jacob Kratz to Susan e Edie i 1-10 acres Warwick township $100. Win ko8enberry to Fred a Alpeter 177 77-100 acres sugar Creek and Dover $12,350. John Everett to John Prysi 89 acres Warwick township $3,800. Nancy j Hamby to j j Wagoner 83 83-100 acres Salem township $114.90. Frank c Hay to Thomas Scott 141 6-10 acres Goshen township $g,500. S w to Mary e Mcmillan lot 74. Newcomerstown $400. F j forties to win b Thompson it a1, part lot 79, Uhrichsville $4,500. Ludwig stall Lacker a executor to Geo w Weaver 97 acres Dover $3,770. Ludwig Stab lockers executor to Fred Wentz 97 acres Dover $3,770. Jonathan Norris to a in John acres Salem township $800. S a cello id to Peter Hawk part lot 9, Bolivar $700. Dias Maurer it a1 to Philip bring acres Bucks township $1,815. Jose Price to t la Loller lots la 12 and 13, Dennison $500. Jonathan Norris to Melissa Howell 79-100 acres Oxford township $375. Jonathan Norris to Inge by Norris to acres Salem township $1,533.33elias Johnson to win m Adrian part lots 169 and 170, Uhrichsville $1,000. Eliza and Thos t Smith to Lillie t Hoglan lot 53, Newcomerstown $650. Simon Lam Hart to John g Menacher 54 perches Mill township $300. L s Winsch to c l Reinke lot 4, Gnadenhutten $450. 20 40 what True Merit will do. The unprecedented Sale ilor Chee 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 coughs colds and the severest lung troubles. It acts an entirely different principle from the usual prescriptions Given by physicians As it does not dry up a cough and leave the disease still in the system but the contrary removes the cause 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 serious illness. A trial will convince you these facts. It is positively sold by All druggists and general dealers in the land. Price 75 cents Large bottles. 9yl an ugly lot who have rather ideas Liberty speech. The Paris communists says a correspondent the pall mall Gazette Are divided into numerous Small groups each with a distinctive and terrible name such As the a explosion a Tho a fire Flash a the a Black hand a the a disinherited a the a panthers a Etc. They hold their meetings in Low cafes except when there is a general reunion which takes place in Well known meeting places such As the Baile Fla vie in Belleville the Salle the Boule Noire the Salle Graford in Tho cemetery Pere la chaise. The foreign anarchists meet Tho South Side the River in the goblins Quarter. The fro and Brimstone Brethren do not Impo to close acquaintance. They Are a dangerous lot for strangers to mix with but if one takes certain preliminary precautions a leaving for instance his top hat at if he has one Home for hero that article is regarded a3 Tho figure head bourgeoisie which Means that it stands a Good Chanco being battered and pays the Entrance fee five six sous to May pass in among the Cit Oyens and Cit Yennes within Tao anarchist zone Tho appellations Monsieur and Madame Are unknown. Tho men Are a Low ugly Savage looking Herd mostly under Twenty. As for the Cit Yennes one might Hazard Tho remark that their moral characters Are not altogether irreproachable. French anarchists Are not allowed to show the draw a Rouge by itself. This is perhaps Why a red hag with a Black Cravat Are stuck each Side the platform. Round the Hall Are Hung a few placards bearing such amiable mottoes As illan qui s a neither god nor master a Proudhon a Paradox. A no government no Tho London anarchists do not seem to be agreed As to whether they should have organization and government. Jules Valles was prepared to accept Tho a the least government possible a but the Paris communists to Day will have no government at All. Any Tho number who aspires to municipal honors is doomed and damned. I lie first thing done in a meeting is to appoint a president rather a a Delegate order a who has invariably an assistant much needed by his Side. This Little initiatory formality having been gone through with As much noise As possible the meeting proceeds to Settle Down to business proceeds i say for Tho fact is these meetings never do Settle Down to anything. One great peculiarity about them and indoor a slight inconvenience if you wish to follow Tho inflammable oratory closely is that every one Speaks at the same time. Perhaps it would to a direct breach Tho principles Equality if one spoke before his neighbor. Tho first speaker May be fortunate enough to get his first sentence Clear off but is not half Way through the second before someone interrupts him. Then a Hundred Rise simultaneously to interrupt Tho interrupter and to restore Harmony Tho a delegates order get up to pacify the meeting and by thumping vigorously the platform manage to increase the Din. Cit Oyens do not express disapprobation by hissing but by howling. They get up and howl Down the speaker try to until in turn they succumb to some one with a stronger Bray than themselves and amid All the bellowing shouting shrieking gesticulating and cries a a la port in tile speaker continues to hold Forth to Tho enlightenment nobody but is nevertheless to judge from his eccentric and emphatic gestures saying something very Strong ii not very important Tho a Delegate order a now with a Hundred assistants instead one continues to clamor frantically for order which to never gets. The howling is not infrequently accomplished with the application Al a stick to the head one the other cd the disputants and Tho meeting if fatigue does not bring a Lull sometimes ends in an indescribable fracas. No policemen Republican guards Are visible at these meetings for tin sight uniform is to the anarchist what tile red Mantle is to the Bull. A eau against the communists Only does Tho cause Good so Tho police generally leave them alone. There Are always plenty present however in the neighbourhood a meeting though not inside and when Tho tap age is More than usually boisterous they interfere. One their favorite plans for putting an end to the Melee is to turn off Tho Gas and then the red Brethren have to go outside in order to see each others Heads. Tile main cause Tho tumults is Tho moderation some speaker. The anarchists announce their meetings at times As a Contra Victoire a and contradictory they certainly Are but not in the sense implying free discussion. They declare too that Only among them is there absolute Liberty speech a pleasant sounding phrase thrown in As we shall see solely for oratorical effect. At a meeting at which i was present a few weeks ago when the Nice question whether theft and plunder should be carried individual collective principles was considered discussion was invited and a Young Man Tho Blanqui school mounted the platform lie was in avowed believer in the a Universal social revolution to be brought about by anarchy but he had one weakness he was against isolated cases pillage which he said would turn the Petite bourgeoisie against them. He had no sooner uttered this statement than to was attacked All sides with Sticks knocked off the platform and chased from the room As a renegade. This is How Tho communists interpret Liberty speech. They have some sociability in their souls. In their a soirees they even become musical and chant anarchist ditties. One their laureates is a Cabman who bears the Irish patronymic Moore but anarchism docs not Breed the poetical feeling. From a poetical Point View their verses Are As Tri liquid found Kings verses very Bud. Here however is a Good specimen a Vivo la Soli Fiarito Bis Foldats de la jibe Rte Mort a Tous Les capitalists it Vive Les Truis anarchists dynamite us Dinar Pitons a there Are Many these a a soirees every saturday and sunday night in Paris. I have seen a whole column announcements in an anarchist paper. But tin numbers who attend these Bou Les Are few. They Are always under the number Twenty to which full Liberty meeting is allowed in France. The Only place where Freedom meeting is permitted out doors is in the cemetery also the Only place where Equality is to be found. A very old Aud Large Hible. John Conrad Prestine 111., has in his Possession a German Bible which was printed in the fifteenth Century being three Hundred and sixty years old. He claims it to be Tho largest Issue Ever made. It is fourteen inches Long ten inches deep and six and one half inches thick and weighs from fourteen to sixteen pounds. It also has a Register the Conrad family for two Hundred years. Its binding is made Sable leather and lined with hard Wood and bolted together. It is in a remarkably Good state preservation. Market reports times office May 19, 1887. ,7$ bbl. $ 5 to a a a by Hack. I 25 Best family 7$ bbl. $ i 45 Amber the sack. I 15 a a a a new proc. I 50 wheat a Bushel. 80 corny new 7 9 Bushel. 40 Oats new 7$ Bushel. 27 rye�?7$ Bushel. 66 butter to Pound. 8014 eggs dozen. To buckwheat flour tar Pound. 03 hams it Pound. To shoulders to Pound. 07 sides�?1$ Pound. 07 lard Pound. 08 tallow Pound. 3 beef Pound. 07015 Salt Goshen barrel. 115 White lime�?7$ barrel. I Akron cement�?7$barrel i 35 calcined plaster barrel. 2 25 land plaster to ton. 9 a a a barrel i 50 potatoes Bushel new 30040 dried peaches Juji Bushel i 65 rags�?1 1 Pound. Of onions Bushel. 50 Hay in ton new. 8 Timothy seed in Bushel .2 25 Wool. 30 fertilizers to ton. 35

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