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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - May 26, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday May 26, 1887. Number 22. Official directory. District. Congress. Beriah Wilkins state senator. Geo. W. Crites common pleas judges. J j. Llanee a. S. Pearce county. Representative. Francis Ankney prot Bate j Tolge. A. W. Yeagley pm securing attorney. A. F. Wilkins clerk. A. Figert sheriff. A. W. Bowers auditor. John w. Kinsey treasure. John Meyers. Lioe order. A. G. Neumann s. Tufer w. E. Lash r. Benner commissioners. Surveyor. .0.11. Hoover Ozias Delong infirmary directors. A. J. Porter l. Frantz Sec City. Daniel Korns. Mayor James ii. Morrow. Clerk Shull. Marshal Philip Getzman Street commissioner John s. Graham. I Jacob Miller. .1 Novelty. Fletcher Douthitt. It Council pm. P. Scott. Jandrew Irwin. Game Warden. S. Glatfelter. Justices. Names. Townships j Post Jockick. Daniel Krebs. Clan. Lock no. 17. James w Stoutt Wayne. Dundee. George Bear. Perry. Cadwallader. Isaac couts. Washington Paoli. Lenry Deible. Bucks. Baltic. T Richardson. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. It g Galbraith. Warwick. Tuscarawas. T k Robinson. Warren. New Cumberland Philip a Garver Franklin. Strasburg. John Smith. Goshen. Barnhill. Jas to Galbraeth. Rush. Tippecanoe. John i Lone. Mill. Uhrichsville. Daniel Richards Goshen. New Philada a. T b Rankin. Rush. Gnadenhutten. L s Winsch. Clay. Gnadenhutten. And Timmerman. Ivory. Cadwallader. S y Neuneker. Fairfield. New Philada a. L s Mckinney. Sandy. Mineral City. We e reek. Goshen. New Phil add a. Samuel c Kline. Lawrence. Bolivar. J 11 Gardner. Warren. New Cumberland robot Coruthers Washington Albany. John Wetter. Wayne. Dundee. William Kinsey York. New Philada a. Philip Doerfer. Rucks. Baltic. T .1 Stocker. Salem. Port Washington t m Mozena. Mill. Uhrichsville. Joseph Lealea _ Mill. Dennison. Chas f Davis. It in Ford. Newcomerstown c c Fernsel. Franklin. Strasburg. Levi Travis. Auburn. Ragersville. 1 Vav new Burg. Dover. Canal Dover. Jos 11 Hostetter Dover. Canal Dover. Nich Montag a Dover. Canal Dover. Wesley m Tracy Sandy. Mineral City. A. Youngen. Auburn. Ragersville. Hiram Lehman. Warwick. Tuscarawas. David Breymeir Lawrence. Zoar. Lewis c Zollars. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. L a Cornett. Salem. Port Washington John s Spring. J Efferson. Port Washington Charles 11 Ellers Fairfield. Zoar station. John w Rolli. Jefferson. Stone Creek. Hugh t Minnis. Goshen. New Philada a. 0 w Kinsley. It Ford. Newcomerstown p 11 Kulm. York. Black band. s Wagner. Union. Uhrichsville. J l Baldwin. Union. Leesville. Professional directory. Outor Eda Wilhelmi Mclean gynaecologist. A Ratiee limited to diseases of m Omen and children. Flicek Public Square. New Philadelphia 0. It. T. , . Wake Upton . Is. Met lean amp Warburton. Physicians and surgeons. If lace and residence Public Square new Plilip phia Ohio. R w. Richards. Physician and surgeon. Ohio and residence no. 4d, South Broadway new Philadel a Hia Ohio. 4xyl prances rom id attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Iver citizens National Bank new Phil Del a Hia Ohio. I it. Hissong a shaving shampooing and hair dressing it Arlor in basement under Miller s drug store in North Broadway. New Philadelphia. 0. 4syi John s. Ora Ham attorney at Law and notary Public. New a Ladelphia. Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite a ourt House on North Broadway. Lyl j ii Booth. Attorney at Law. Notary Public and con Eya Neer. Special attention paid to collections Che tutors. Administrators and guardians a omits. Office up stairs opposite the court Louse. North Broadway. 47yl Zamuel Moore. Attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. U1 professional business entrusted to his care n Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining pollutes will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank. Mitchells dental rooms. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday May 20, 1887. Office in citizens National rank Block second floor Public Square. The Monument unveiled Many thousand people present 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 advance.$1 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. A 3-address All matter intended for publication to the editor. Crant Mitchell d. D. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. City Block. New Philadelphia A Var Haifa hardware stare Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. Gas and Ether administered. -=99 diseases of the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1 the g1lsey House Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey proprietor. A he House Lias been newly furnished through to. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices Ude rate. Bus to and from the ears. Good very in connection with the House. 9yl Church directory. no every sunday at 10 30 a. 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 Yaeli month. Sunday Selio Iffat 9 of clock a. In. Methodist episcopal preaching every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7o�?Tclock p. In. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 of clock. German every sunday at 10 30.a. In. And 2 15 p. M., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. Ltd the first sunday of morning service of each month concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 of clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 of clock . Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. Lodge directory. Laws of newspapers. chapter no. 38, r. A. A meets thursday before full Moon at a audic Hall. City blk Eck. O p tavl0r 11, Daniel Getzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, 1<\ a a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mall value w. G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights of pythias equity Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck W. Duncan k. Of it. And s. I. 0. 0. Philadelphia Lodge. No. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows still t. J. Zellnor. N. G. 1. A. Coukell Alec. Sec a. I. O. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows flail City Block. Stem pm Fly. N. G. P. Skol rec. Sec a. 1. O. O. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday of each Mouth at Odd Fellows Hall cily Block. John i Unn P. I. A. Corkill scribe. Canton �?T1urcarawas no. 35, p. a i. 0. O f., meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hail City Block. J. W. Dodd Captain a. Bippus Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. 6, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Daniel Korns commander. It. L. Crouch. Adjutant. Royal Council meets every first and third Friday of each Mouth in knights of pythias Hall. A. P. Minnick Regent j. H. Of Ficzko Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday of each month at g. It. Hall. E. Kaserman pres. We. Bowers Cor. Sec a. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary arc considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use of it whether he Lias ordered it or not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without forming the publishers and the paper is sent to the former direction they Are held responsible notice should always be Given of removal. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take papers from the office or place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to discontinue. New Railroad subscription. There has Only been $4,000 subscribed yet to the new Railroad. It is not that people will not subscribe but because there is no etl Ort being made to get subscriptions the committee seem wholly engulfed in their private business and cannot give the Railroad the needed attention. Could not some other citizens of our town take a hand at it and solicit a Day or tvo each. There is no doubt that we can raise the greater part of the sum required if the citizens can have a Chance to subscribe but there has not one fourth of the people who ought to help that have been visited yet. We have Good reason to believe that if we raise a part of the $15,000, say $12,000, that the company will accept it and condemn the right of Way where unreasonable prices Are asked. This Road ought to interest More than the committee and others ought to turn in and help to make the canvass. It is no Small Job to go to All the tax payers and talk the matter Over. We Are often asked what about the new Railroad ? now would it not be better if each one would say to his neighbor have you subscribed yet and if not Why done to you do it one per cent of the tax valuation is a Small matter. You done to consider that about $350,000 will be spent in the county in the next eighteen months if this Road is built and a handsome portion of it will be spent in new Philadelphia in crossing the River and further you will get a Porton Back by Way of reduced taxation when the Road is completed and placed on the tax duplicate. Wellsville has a Dow liquor Law club. The object is to defeat the operation of the local option feature of the Dow Law the Council of that town having passed an ordinance prohibiting the traffic in liquor. This club As we understand it has a room furnished with a bar and bar tender. The club orders the necessary Quantity of Beer and other drinks for the consumption of the club and each member pays for what he drinks at the time lie gets it and the proceeds is used in replenishing the Stock. No one is allowed in the room except a member or an invited guest nor can any one but a member Purchase drinks. This is claimed a personal Liberty to Purchase and keep for the individual use and is regarded As sacred from the operations of the Law. It is claimed that it is. Not a traffic but a Mere Mutual arrangement for private consumption. Just How a court will construe it is yet a question for the future. The Engineer corps of the z. N. A Railroad started in on the preliminary Survey of the Bakersville route monday. D. L. Miskimin is assisting them. Newcomerstown a Prospect for this valuable . That does not Cut out new Philadelphia a chances if we furnish right of Way but it is Likely the Road will go by Way of Bakersville Philipsburg and across on Oldtown Valley. If new Philadelphia fails the route will then be surveyed by lager Seville and Barros Mills. It is rumoured that the Connerton Valley Road has made a proposition to intersect their Road at Barros Mills and run Over that Road to Cleveland. That Road is to be widened to a Standard Guage. The it. Vernon Coshocton a Wheeling r. Company Cannon Ball Lineare still at work taking subscriptions and right of Way and the Outlook for the Road is rather encouraging. That Road if built will be a great Benefit to Uhrichsville and Dennison and a great advantage to All the Little towns Down the Valley. It is highly important that new Philadelphia look after the z. N. A c., for by securing this Road is the Only Way to keep Pace with Uhrichsville and Dennison. Miss Euphenia Mclnnis of Cleveland was awarded a judgment May 19, for $10,000 against that City for injuries received while crossing the viaduct. She was eighteen years old when she fell August 9th, 1s85, through a trap door leading from the walk of the draw to the engine room and her Chin caught upon the Edge of the uplifted door. Her injuries brought on paralysis. She received the full amount of her claim. The Steubenville Gazette mentions j. Estep of Cadiz As a candidate for governor of Ohio. We think no better candidate could be selected. Or. Estep is one of the Ablest lawyers in Ohio and is an honest conscientious Man. Lie is a Good orator and would make a Strong canvass and would be As Likely to carry Ohio As any other Man in his party. Colonel L. Pooman of Bellaire is a candidate for auditor of state on the Republican ticket. We Are under obligations to Hon. G. W. Crites for a copy the Ohio Laws passed last Winter. Our Little City of new Philadelphia stepped beyond All past record on the 19th, at the unveiling of the Monius ment so far As the crowd goes. At Early morn the Good yeomanry of the county came driving in in buggies and wagons and even before the excursion trains had arrived the town seemed alive with people. Excursion trains consisting of from seven to ten coaches packed to their utmost capacity began to arrive and by 12 of clock 10,000 to 12,-000 people had arrived. At 1 of clock when the procession begun to form at least 15,000 people thronged the Public Square and the streets leading to it. There were probably 5,000 in the Parade which was preceded by major Kalden Bali ghz a horse a a i Lack Jim a led by the venerable coloured servant Uncle Ned Hunt who served the major in the army and was brought to Ohio by him. The following organizations took part in the procession Canton battalion one Hundred Strong grand army posts George Harlan no. 139, of Alliance rank no 534, of Gnadenhutten Hart no. 134, of Massillon Sandy Valley no. 433, of Waynesburg Canton no. 25, of Canton m. H. Bar Telson no. 407,of Gilmore Cambridge of Cambridge Welch of Dennison and Andrew Crawford Post of new Philadelphia and knights of pythias of Dennison. Sons of veterans Shiloh Camp no. 110, Uhrichsville Kennedy no. 102, Gnadenhutten Fertig no. 68, canal Dover Cunningham no. 113, Cadiz John a. Logan no. 70, Bowerstown Daniel Ritter no. 24, Massillon James ii. Darter no. 14, Canton Rosecrans no. 51, Minerva and Andrew Crawford Post. New Philadelphia. Bands a Canton battalion Cambridge Shanesville Gnadenhutten Dennison Yorktown canal Dover and new Philadelphia. The ceremonies were begun by selections from the bands and an Anthem by the new Philadelphia Concordia. Then followed the unveiling of the Monument. Promptly at 2 30 the veil dropped exposing to View the Beautiful Monument. Major Mckinley of Canton was then introduced and made the presentation address. Major Mckinley is a Man of splendid address and rather an attractive speaker and to accommodate some of our readers who could not hear the speech on account of the great crowd we clip the following from the sews and Herald of Cleveland As taken by their reporter a we have assembled to Day to perform a great and patriotic service. We Are All Here in Hearty and generous Accord and this great concourse of people denotes no Ordinary occasion. The service we Are about to perform is not the unveiling simply of a grand Monument it Means More. 11 signifies the approval of men and their deeds which we wish to perpetuate. We wish to perpetuate their Devotion to a cause which insured a free government based on the will of the people. We Are Here to perpetuate in a fitting manner the conclusion of a work commenced by one of your Patriot citizens. This Monument stands As a test of the Virtues and patriotism of the soldiers of Tuscarawas count a and today we Only execute the last will and testament of major Henry Kalden Baugh. He lived a Brave and faithful life was unfaltering in his Friendship to every Man who followed the Flag and in death he has remembered in a magnificent Way his comrades in arms. Monuments Mark the ends and record events in the pathway of Progress. What does this Monument mean and what docs it perpetuate ? it recalls sadly the most glorious Page in american history and reminds us of the hardships and sacrifices the hard marches dreary Camps and Long death list of the army. It reveals from its speechless form the close of a War with a death Roll of nearly half a million of men. No Man can look on that Shaft and not know what it stands for. It teaches patriotism profound and sacrifice appalling Victory priceless triumphs and trials. It tells to All the world the awful Price of Liberty and nationality. Is it any wonder that patriotic men erect monuments to soldiers ? the gratitude of the people goes out with their never failing sympathy. The Soldier whether in the Field line staff or ranks is sacred to the memory and precious to the hearts of a free people. The american people appreciate the sacrifices of the rank and file of the army. The private Soldier did not list in the Hope of promotion but entered the army from pure patriotism that no harm might befall the Republic. They were the Majestic irresistible Force that stood behind the commanders and made the matchless Victory of the War. We love the leaders living or dead. Grant Hancock Mcpherson John a. Logan applause have exalted places in history and Are secure in the hearts of the people. Of the living soldiers who can talk of the War without remembering Gallant Phil. Sherridan from harpers ferry to the rout at Cedar Creek. If any Man in gods world is entitled to go where he pleases it is Sherridan and any Man who denies him that privilege is unworthy to be called an american Hancock Sherman and Grant were eulogized and each name applauded to the Echo. Continuing major Mckinley said a the Fame of these men is in a Large manner but a reflection of the heroism and patriotism of the rank and file of the army. While the private Soldier wore no insignia outside there was a heart inside his Blue Blouse. When the Muster out came this great body of soldiers marched into the ranks of private citizens and participated in the growth of the country which they had done so much to save. One twelfth of the blood shed in the late rebellion was from Ohio volunteers. A voice a glorious the citizens of Tuscarawas county Are touched with memories and crowded with reflections of the late War. This dedication unfolds the whole theater of War and reveals the actors. Judge Bingham who is with us was a civilian Warrior applause. Lincoln Garfield Seward Wade Sumner and Wilson All Are gone and Are now beside the great Leader. All the Ohio War governors Dennison Tod and Brough Are gone. There is one thing that we should never forget and that is the soldiers who Are living. If i can impress one sentiment upon you from the Bottom of my heart it is that the alms House which is the Home of the friendless unfortunate is not a fit abiding place for the soldiers who protected our Flag and government. Applause the potters Field is no place of repose for our dead comrades. We must take care of the wrecks of the War from the overflowing coffers of the government. The sanctified and sacrificed dead must repose where the Best dead lie. There Are some monuments which it would be better had they never been erected. A voice a Monument to Calhoun or any person who advocated disunion and nullification is not worthy of the american people. Andrew Jackson was right when he said that the proper Reward for nullification its was hanging. A voice in the crowd a god bless Andrew the Circle of soldiers is vanishing with the fleeting years. Every annual Roll Call More and More Are absent but they Are accounted for. The Muster Roll Over yonder is greater than Here and Grant Hancock and Logan have gone to the majority. They sleep in the Low Green tents whose doors never swing outward. I present you this grand Shaft As a gift from major Kaldenbaugh. As a memorial it will stand forever to Tell what was done to save the Union. Let us resolve Here to Day that the men who died to save the Union did not die in vain. Hon. John a. Bingham of Harrison county was then introduced. Or. Bingham still retains a great Force of oratorical Power and eloquence but can to score up to his past efforts. But lie shows what he has been in the past. Ii is remarks were very appropriate and greeted with applause a a Here in America we Are consecrated to the rights of the human race with Liberty for All no matter of what race or Creed. God has not made a poorer Sun or a thinner air for the poor Many a child than the Rich and these questions were settled by the late War. These monuments Are founded for the living. The dead need no monuments for they Are the Only immortals of our race. They have won the Victory and Wear the Crown. It is our business to see that the work they accomplished has not been in vain. It has been decreed forevermore that these people must be one people or no people. These Are among the lessons of the War. The living need our care and attention. The stricken widows Are not to be forgotten neither Are the children who were made fatherless by the civil War. Another thing that we Mist see to is that the wounds of the country Are healed and Bear no malice or hate. Applause the ballot is better than the Bullet. Write All Over our Republic the words a the Constitution must be obeyed a and you will have no need of War and peace will reign within your Borders. We must have a supreme government and a United country. Be True to yourselves and it follows that you will be false to no Man your country nor your country a As or. Bingham sat Down he said a this is the fragmentary speech of an old Man standing on the department vice commander Jones accepted the Monument on behalf of the g. A. R., and was then dedicated according to the g. A. Ritual. The next speaker called was lion. Beriah Wilkins who responded in a very appropriate speech touching the present occasion and of the deceased major. Colonel John s. Pearce of Cadiz who is not slow at oratory followed with a Brief speech. And thus closed the dedication services and a Long to be remembered occasion. The Canton battalion gave an exhibition Drill in tie evening that attracted great attention and the battalion band is entitled to special notice for the splendid music furnished. We had the pleasure of meeting w. A. Mccloy of Cambridge Guernsey county passenger agent of the A m. Railroad on thursday last. He is a live Active Railroad Man. And makes Many friends for the Road. He brought Over from Cambridge a crowd of seven packed coaches As the first excursion of the season. The c amp m folks Are greatly increasing the business of their Road and have lately made important changes in their time table making it very convenient for passenger travel from the South and West North to Cleveland and Toledo. The Cambridge band accompanied the g. A. Boys on the excursion to new Philadelphia and afforded us excellent music. They Are among the Foremost in the state and we Hope to meet the Cambridge folks often. Come again ? or. T. Parks formerly of Estep a Parks Boydsville and More recently of the firm of Hobson a Parks Flushing has removed with his family to new Philadelphia where he will practice his profession. Or. Parks practice Medicine and surgery in this Vicinity about five years four years of which time he was physician to the county infirmary and gained nil enviable reputation As a physician of skill and ability. He is commended to his new acquaintances As a Good citizen and a physician worthy of Confidence and chronicle. We have made the acquaintance of or. Parks and find him a very Clever gentlemen and a Young Man of More than Ordinary attainments. We heartily Welcome him to our Little City and feel we can safely recommend him to the Public As a practitioner. Among the bands present on thursday last we noticed the Baltic band which Wras quite conspicuous both on account of the general appearance of its members who we Ere All men of Good address and especially the music rendered. They were largely instrumental in making up the attractions of the occasion or what we deem one of the attractions a a the soul stirring they were thoughtful enough to remember the children at the Home near Dover where they stopped and played several pieces which to those children was a treat breaking the Monotony of the every Day enjoyment. Or. Lind and or. Metzler Are the leaders of the band and or. Burkholder Toots the Bass Horn and is regarded one of the Best Tuby players in the state. On May 30th, decoration Day the Post office we ill be open from 8 to 9 a m from 12 m to 1 p a and from 4 to 5 . Decoration Day. Monday May 30th, is the recurrence of the Day set apart for the decoration of the Graves of our fallen heroes. Come one and All and do Honor to the Brave dead who died not in vain. The following is the program for the exercises in this City on that Day the Bell of the Jire department and new Philadelphia schools will ring at 8 of clock a. Sharp when the different organizations will assemble at their respective quarters and move at 8 20. The Headquarters for the children w ill be music Hall. Andrew Crawford Post sex soldiers sons of veterans and Broom brigade will form on West High Street right rest on Public Square. The school children on third Street right rest on East High Street at lutheran Church. The fire department will form on West Side of third Street right rest on East High Street at Eagle Hall. Line of March As follows Down East High Street to second Street on second Street to cemetery w Here the following exercises will he observed decoration of soldiers Graves music Post repairs to soldiers lot commanders opening address invocation. Commanders address strewing of Flowers on comrades Graves chaplains address Salute by gun squad closing ode by the Post Benediction alter which the different organizations will return to their respective Headquarters and disband. G. W. Bowers James s. Minnis P. Taylor. Committee. Personal mention. Teachers examination. We Are frequently asked to publish Queen Kapiolani. Queen Kapiolani is receiving Many judge Albaugh of Canton was in town on thursday and Friday last. Master we. Mitchiel of Canton was visiting his Friend Charley Bippus last week. _ messes. V. Fisher and N. Brown of Baltic we Ere among our callers on monday. Or. G. Scribble of Pittsburg was visiting his brother Andrew a few Days the past week. Or. Augustus Cook wife and child were visiting at the residence of Andrew Bippus the past week. Or. And mrs. Bailey of Washington i. C., will visit mrs. Bailey a parents Rev. Kuntz and wife of this City next week. Or. Clark Dan Forth of Columbus was Home last week visiting his Mother and to take in the dedication ceremonies. We had the pleasure of meeting or. Pollock one of the editors of the Newcomerstown Index on thursday last. We found him a very pleasant gentleman and wish him Success in the newspaper Field. We were pleased to meet or. Franklin Fisher of Shanesville on tuesday w to paid for the times one year for himself and also for his brother who lives at Warp econ Indiana. Married. The lists of questions and examples j honors in America and nobody casts Given at county examinations and we 1 up against her the fact that she a a takes give below the list used on saturday part in politics when she is at Home last which was kindly furnished us by As Henry Ward Beecher said prof. Of Rupert and prof. Beck j a a por u,01m.n love a. English grammar a Quot Chag. Hair pet. I Vance to Honor office and the highest a and Oye fountains Meadows Hills and Groves forbade not any severing of our loves yet in my heart of hearts i feel your might i Only have relinquished one Delight to live beneath your More habitual Public trusts if she will accept them in aristocratic forms. She May be an Abl it Ess a countess a Queen. It is Only women without a title that must have no privileges. With a Crown on her brow she May enter parliaments and govern empires. With Only her own Neiderheiser a Warner. A at lutheran parsonage on the 12th inst., by Rev. L. Kuhns or. Franklin p. Neiderheiser of Orville and miss Florence r. Warner of Blakes Mills Ohio. Obituaries. Died at his residence about two Miles Southeast of this City May 19th, Alexander Brown aged seventy one years. He was one of Tuscarawas county a prosperous Farmers having a Fine farm on the Plaines and was a highly respected citizen and neighbor. He had been suffering for Many years with chronic diarrhoea and during the past year gave evidence of the fact that his physical pow ers were weakening rapidly and had to succumb to the disease. The Community loses one of its leading citizens and the bereaved family a dear father. The deceased leaves a family of five children and the wife who had shared life a burdens with High the children Are All grown up Fie youngest being fourteen years Oiw he was buried on Friday last at Wenton. Thus one by one the pioneers pass away. Captain Daniel Hildt who was born and raised in canal Dover but lately lie lived in new Philadelphia died in the City of Baltimore on saturday morning last. He had been to Washington and Baltimore on business for the Salt companies of this county and was taken suddenly with congestion of the brain the result perhaps of a tumor in the head near the Eye which soon caused his death lie had suffered several years with pain in the head and weakness of the eyes. Captain Hildt had Many friends in canal Dover and new Philadelphia and the news of his death caused a sadness in the hearts of those who knew him and who knew him Only As a gentleman and an energetic business Man. He was buried in canal Dover on tuesday. Many of new Philadelphia citizens attended the funeral. Sway. I 8biq>le personal Virtues she May not i loved the Brooks which Down their 1 it up her hand to cast a vote. Now channels fret As a Christian Democrat 1 assert for her even More than when 1 tripped 1 every right that aristocracy accords her. Lightly As they which is Good enough for a Queen the innocent brightness of a new in 5, t it Good for my wife. 1 hat saved his life. Or. D. I. Wilcoxson of horse Cave ky., says he was for Many years badly afflicted with Phthisic also diabetes the pains were almost unendurable and would sometimes almost throw him into convulsions. He tried electric bitters and got Relief from the first bottle and after taking six bottles was entirely cured and had gained in flesh eighteen pounds. Says he positively believes he would have died had it not been for the Relief afforded by electric bitters. Sold at fifty cents a let Ottle by Miller a son. Of Brien the Friend of the poor in Ireland is not Able to Complete his Canadian trip. 11c has been brutally assaulted and stoned by orangemen and was shot at on the evening of the 24th. He is denied the right of free speech. The demons of tyranny hound him from town to town. He endures it All and braves the storm. The Irish cause is gaining at Home and abroad and the murder of of Brien if carried out As threatened by the orangemen of Canada will be the beginning of Ireland a glory. Of Brien will be the Star of Liberty and the world will say to old England you must do Justice to Ireland. The infernal chains of tyranny will no longer be Able to bind her Down. Born Day is Lovely yet. The Clouds that gather round the setting Sun do take a sober colouring from an Eye that hath kept watch Over Many a mortality. Another race hath been and other Palms Are 1. Explain the use of capitals in fountains Meadows Hills and Groves. 2. Point out in regular order All Ivl native pronouns. Done to Experiment you cannot afford to waste time in experimenting w Hen your lungs Are in danger. Consumption always seems at first Only a cold. Do not permit any dealer to impose upon you with some cheap imitation of or. Kings new discovery for consumption coughs and colds but be sure you get the genuine. It is said that woman suffrage in by Al eau e be can make More profit he Oming does not count because Vvs yom i Inay Ell he has something just a my is so Small. Perhaps Kapiolani a or l11 be same. Which is Noble in a Duchess is honorable in inv a mixing in polities does not count Localise she is Queen of so Small a kingdom. But can we be sure that some of the anti suffrage gentlemen and ladies who Are eager to do her Honor would not unite with even greater eagerness to Honor Queen Victoria if she were to favor us with a visit ? yet As George 3. Parse in full the word and in the i William Curtis says a if it is unto first verse. Manly for a woman to vote or to hold 4. Parse in full the word severing in 1 office it is a womanly for Victoria to the second verse. 5. Parse in full the word Only in the fourth verse. G. Parse in full the words to live in the fifth verse. 7. Parse in full the word Down in the sixth verse. 8. Parse in full the word More in the seventh verse. 9. Parse in full the word As in the seventh verse. 10. Parse in full the words Lovely and yet in the eighth verse let a Queen of Alice Stone Blackwell. Letter from mrs. Saxton. 1 do not believe that a single instance of insult rudeness or undue enthusiasm even can be honestly Given concerning the voting in any part of Kansas. 1 have seen letters from men and from women All endorsing the movement and Many who opposed it Are now in its favor. One of the senators write a specimen of your Penman who opposed woman suffrage and gave ship. U. S. History a. G. Zaminer. 1. Locate and Date Cabot a discovery. What claim was based on this discovery 2. What is the modern name of Hispaniola ? 3. When and by whom was Connet Cut settled ? where did they commence their first settlement ? 4. Relate the operations of general Washington until he arrived at York out the word and put the whole town matter right where it ought to be. 1 his vote against it because he thought a Only bad women would vote a met a Friend the Oliu r Day and the subject came up a Why bless my soul Tom a he cried a a i am All out in my calculations. Four Hundred women voted in my town and not a single one that did not rank As a thoroughly respectable woman. I think the Best thing we can do now is to strike 5. When were the stars Ami stripes adopted As our National Emblem ? am convinced from what i know of our farming population that it will be a g. When was the song entitled a the Good thing and no distinction should Star spangled banners composed and be Maite. A great credit is due to the Shanesville Baltic Gnadenhutten Dennison new Cumberland Yorktown canal Dover and new Philadelphia bands for their Success last thursday in furnishing excellent music. These bands Are All Good and attracted attention when All else was lost sight of in the hum drum ref n or Raqi or nah by whom. 7. By what naval officer of the u. S. Was a treaty negotiated with the government of Japan by which that country was opened to our Commerce ? under what administration was this effected and in what year 8. What was the Gadsden Purchase ? by what administration was it effected. 9. How Many presidents had Virginia Ohio ? Tennesee ? new York ? new Hampshire ? 10. What Powers Are exercised by the president alone ? what Powers in concurrence with the Senate theory and practice by Haupert. 1. What Are the objects of a recitation ? 2. What constitutes a Good question a Good answer ? 3. Distinguish Between knowledge and education. 4. Name the chief elements of Success in a teacher. 5. What works of pedagogy have you read and studied ? give a general outline of one of these works. Geography by a. G. Zahner. 1 what Are the Naf Liral divisions of land give a Good description of each of them. 2 in the same latitude is a Low or elevated country the colder ? which is the moister 3 what Peninsula Between the China sea and Bay of Bengal ? Between the Bay of Bengal and the arabian sea ? 4 Point out an outline map and describe the principal Straits sounds and channels of North America beginning at the North. 5 name the principal West Indian islands. Which belongs to Spain to great Britain which is Independent. 6 describe great Britain and indicate its climate its natural productions and principal imports and exports. 7 name the most extensive River Basin of the United states where does it begin at the North and where terminate at the South ? 8 name the states through which the Danube River flows 9 what and where Are the following Nile Chimborazo Corsica Juan Fernandez Congo and Mendocino 10 bound Kentucky Montana France and Portugal. Arithmetic by s. J. Beck. 1 add 25 units 320 hundreds 14 thousandths 16 ten thousandths 54 tens. 2 the Diagonal of a cubical room from a lower to the opposite upper Corner is 18 feet. How Many Square Yards plastering does it contain ? 3 a is j older than a and b is older than c How Many times cos age is a a 4 there Are two fractions whose sum is g38-805 and whose difference is 232-805 find the quotient of the less by the greater. 5 a rope go feet Long encloses a rectangle 12 feet wide How much More surface would it enclose if the figure were a Square ? 6 find the Side of a Square equivalent to a Circle whose radius is 20 feet. 7 sold a horse and gained 20 per cent. Had it Cost $1,000 More i would have lost 20 per cent. Required the Cost. 8 How Many barrels of Salt in 280,-000 pounds ? _ a Reward will lie Given for the return of my pocket la it of and contents lost May 18th to 20th. Papers valuable Only to owner. Leave at times office or with j. Molesworth Uhrichsville. Honest goods at lowest prices at Fribley a cons new store new Philadelphia The trunk line Ray have met and arranged for excursion rates for the summer. Three thousand More Rolls Wall paper now on the Road and will arrive this week at popular prices at Wells drug store. 21 w2 Market reports. Times office May 2g, 1887. Airy Hile May feel proud of Kansas in this matter and if it was not for the wind 1 should say it was the very Best state m the Union. Elizabeth l. Saxton. Miss Julia Elizabeth Forneret has Ilieen installed As deaconess in the episcopal Church let a Bishop Potter of new York. Sin is the first deaconess admitted to that Church for nearly 400 years Ami the first one Ever created in America. A deaconess is not a nun. She remains in the world but All the while is engaged m Church work. The Rutland it Herald says a if this is All there Are from three to ten Deaconesses in every Church whenever an entertainment is to Lee Given Only they Are not called by that name. Sometimes they have been spoken of As the a Drudgery but by any other name they Are just As Sweet and it is a Good sign that the Church Means to in just when it confers Honor upon such deserving the Boston advertiser is reported to have said a a nature asserts the Power and the right of Man to Rule Over woman. God has placed the Seal of authority upon the male not upon the female whereupon the Grafton Dak Herald sharply replies a a nature is not an ass. The construction placed upon gods character by the potentates of a Savage past is out of Date. To the people of our Day and Republic he exists As a being who is infinitely impartial tender and just in his dealings with the race and thinks precisely As much of the female half of humanity As he does of the male Julia Ralph after discussing at considerable length tin different aspects of the Entrance of women into business sums up the effect thus a woman is losing nothing except what leaves her better off and Man is losing Only the doll wives and servant wives of old and getting companion wives in their Boston has a gymnasium exclusively for women. It has six Dowling alleys a Tennis court a gymnasium Hall a running track of Twenty laps to the mile hot and Eold Baths Etc. It was projected by miss Mary Allen. It is Well patronized. The National College for deaf mutes at Washington is to i it a opened to women. Or. Gallaudet the president gives his own residence for their accommodation. Seven american girls Are studying at Cambridge University England at Newnham College. Four Are graduates of Vassar Smith and Wellesley. Mis Proctor of Oregon who is Only seventeen has killed seven bears this Winter and sold the pelts for the Benefit of the missionaries in Africa. Eighty Young women at Wellesley a Hundred at Oberlin anti More than two Hundred in other colleges Are said to let a preparing to go As missionaries. Elegant embroidered Buck kid gloves in ail the popular shades at 75 cts., former Price Fribley a cons new Cash store. Hosiery and gloves in endless variety at prices lower than Ever before thought of at Fribley amp co�?Ts., no. 13, South Broadway. Cali Coes muslims Gingham All new at popular prices at Fribley amp cons new store. _ it is said that one thousand women own and manage farms in Iowa. Done to lie deceived but insist upon getting or. Kings new discovery which is guaranteed to give Relief in All Throat lung and Chest affections. Trial bottles free at Miller a songs drug store. For Good thirty horse Power portable saw Mill of the Scheidler amp Mcnamar make. Cost$2,700. Has been in use five years hut has lately been put in the Best of order with new flues grate bars Carriage and tracking. In fact the Mill is nearly As Good As new and is Well Worth $1,800 Cash to Day. The owner took it on a debt and will sell it for $750. Now is a Chance for a great bargain. For further particulars Call at the times office. 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. 2<�tf unclaimed letters. The following list of unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office May 24, 1887 James Best Joseph Chase A. Martin Ben 11. Giggle Charley Yowell Lue Buss Elizabeth Zartman Priscilla Little mrs. Sara Jane Robey and Amanda Lay Lor. E. P. Degrief a. The Panhandle has a Force of men at work making a Side track from Trenton station through �?o52 Cut to the West Uhrichsville siding. In due time an Extension will a made to Gnadenhutten making a double track from that place to Dennison Anil a Short Gap tilled in cast of Dennison will give a double track from Gnadenhutten to station 15, a distance of Over ten Miles. A Hron Iele. Plumb nor and Gas fitting. Frank a. Zellner Lias just received from new York a Complete outfit of 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 tul gets Etc. Leave orders at the store of Zellner amp songs City Block. Give the Young Man a Chance. 20w3 i have several tracts of excellent land in Dakota that i 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 for salt1 at Mineral Point Ohio two lots the rear end of which abuts on the A p. Railroad in a Good location in Central part of town. No improvements. Tin so lots arc no 9 and 10, and arc Good lots for business. Will sell the two Tor $400 in payments or $350 in Cash. For further information Call at s. Moon is Law office new phita., To flour Patent bbl. A a a a sack a a Best family bbl. A a a i Nebr sack. A a a a new proc. Wheat Bushel. Cohns new Bushel. Oats new Bushel. Rye Bushel. Butter Pound. Eggs dozen. Buckwheat flour Pound. Hams Pound. Shoulders Pound. Sides of Pound. Lard Pound. Tallow Pound. Beef Pound. Salt Goshen barrel. White Lime barrel. Akron cements u barrel. Calcined plaster barrel. Land plaster ton. A a a a a barrel. Potatoes up Bushel new. Dried peaches a Bushel. Rags a Pound. Onions Bushel. Hay ton new. Timothy seed Bushel. Wool. Fertilizers ton. $ 5 10 1 25 $ 4 45 1 15 1 50 85 40 27 66 g@12 10 03 10 07 07 07 3 0. A 15 1 15 1 00 1 35 2 25 9 00 1 50 30@40 1 65 01 50 s 00 2 25 30 35 00 the Legal Mill. Reassignment of jury cases. Friday May 27. 100�?frank e Smith is George w Mathias. 123�?the Ohio Farmers ins co is incorporated Village of new Philadelphia. Monday june 6. 120�?William Wingate is Zebulon p Sparks. 121�?same is same. 124 tuesday j Une 7 Jacob Foehl is Isaac beavers. Wednesday j Une 8. 142�?callie Abbuhl is John Erwin. 117�?lizzie Severn is Jacob w Stoody. 151 same is same. Thursday j Une 9. 152�?hawk a Tracy is the american express co. 167 Elmer b Reece is George a Rise. Friday j Une 10. 191 a Zachariah Stoner is school District no. 2, Washington township. 197�?j t of Donnell trustee is c b Harvey it Al. Same As guardian is same. 1 of 201 221 Mary Jon George w t merchant saturday j Une 11. S v Ernst Schmidt Inlet Al v the my fire -1ns co. Monday .1 Une 13. It Leo w i Ovid v it Al is the it Hio Mutual i is co. 90 a Jennie m \ it is it Al. Tuesday j Une 14. Bailey it Al is Bertha proceedings. William Mossho Liler is Emily Moss Holder divorce granted. Mary e Deary is Isaac l Evans plaintiff to file supplemental petition. Wible. Wentz a co is Sarah j Bennett motion for continuance sustained. Adam Zohrer is George Walter continued. Wolf Lane a co is George e Art dismissed. Stew Daniel c Gentchos Oliver Knisely plaintiff leave to tile amended petition extended to j Une 1. Mary j Delong is Jennie Griffin default judgment $46.40 Sale of premises for amount due. We m Adrian is Venus Taylor default judgment $581.59 Sale of premises ordered. The Westinghouse co is Andrew s Peterman confirmation of Sale distribution of proceeds. Vinton Stout a Vinton is Henry Becket Al default judgment $3,844.25 Sale of premises. Uriah t Cross is Samuel Slade extra mandate from supreme court to common pleas. Edward ii Mccrew is John i it Bailey defendant to reply to answer of Welker. John Minger is Philip Llain Sherger appraisement set aside and new one ordered. Amp anselment it it of Petit jury. To Are showing the finest line of table Linen towels and napkins Ever j Alfred b Johnson is a j seen in new Philadelphia and our j default judgment $125.30. Prices Are guaranteed to suit the most economical buyers at Fribley a cons. I it Ingman the reason Why Fribley a co. Sell dry goods at such bargains is that they sell for Cash. You should make a note of this. Rem Emter special bargain in All kinds of dry goods. Jacob Torgler of Stone a reek advertises a Good Blacksmith and Wagon maker shop for Sale at Phillipsburg. It is a splendid business Point. See Bis advertisement on 4lh Page. Terrell Church a co is Jas w Stoutt default judgment for $111.46. Ohio is Watty Watkins lion a t ready appointed to assist states actor Torney trial to jury verdict not guilty of Selling intoxicating liquors to minors. Ohio is Watty Watkins indictment for keeping open and Selling liquor on sunday trial to jury on first count of indictment verdict of guilty As to second and third counts in indictment not guilty. Salem Gray is William Duning defendant to answer instant tar. For very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per plaintiff to reply i Stanter cent interest on investment. Also other a pm c Kait it is desirable lots and properties. John a. Com. Himes new Philadelphia. 18tf a Ley a co is Antom hording a Meek is Henry Harmon tauter. Maggie Faight i Union memorial services this year continuation of Sale Houseman of real estate on execution Justice transcript will a Hgt held at music Hall. Rev. J. A. J Cook chaplain Andrew Crawford Post j Shedrie Ope extra. Is Zebulon p will deliver the memorial discourse at j Parks admitted judgment Tor part of 10 30 of clock a. In., May 29th. Claim Case continued As to balance i $795.68. Special bargains in groceries at Fri Ley a cons. For instance 20 lbs sugar j for $1.00 20 lbs. Rice for $1.00, and All 1 other groceries proportionately Low. Andrew Crawford Post entertained their comrades bands and other organizations in i cml style on dedication Day. They fed 1,<h 0 persons free. 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 for fire life Accident plate Glass and steam boiler insurance Call on j. Bridenstein at the Post office. 21 w2 we offer no old shelf worn out of style goods but every article new fresh and clean at Fribley a cons new store. Free Trade. The reduction of internal Revenue and the taking off of Revenue Stamps from proprietary medicines no doubt has largely Benefit Ted the Consumers As Well As relieving the Burden of Home manufacturers. Especially is this the ease with Green s augur to Flower and to Achee x German sent it As the reduction of thirty six cents per dozen has been added to increase the size of the a titles containing these remedies thereby giving one fifth More Medicine in the 75 cent size. The Auyuta Flower for dyspepsia and liver complaint the German syrup for cough and lung troubles have perhaps the largest Sale of any medicines in tiie world. The advantage of increased size of the bottles will be greatly appreciated by the sick and afflicted in every town and Village in civilized countries. Sample bottles for 10 cents remain the same size. 9yi

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