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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - April 8, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio Volume Philadelphia o., thursday april 8, 1886. Number is. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore proprietor. I. Ii. Watson editor. Thursday april 8, 1886. Office in citizens National rank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. 4��?otlie new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in advances b it if not paid within six months. 1 50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A address All matter intended for publication to the editor. Laws newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use it. Whether he has ordered it not will he held in Law to he a subscriber. Of subscribers move to other places without informing the publishers and the paper is sent to the former direction they Are held responsible notice should always he 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 Hills and give notice to discontinue. Official directory. District. Congress. State senator. Common pleas judges Beriah Wilkins Jeo. W. Crites f j. Dance to j. S. Pearce county. Representative. Probate .1 Edge. Prosecuting attorney. Ltd Lerk. Sheri auditor. Treasurer. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Francis Ankney i. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins a. Figert g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey i. L. Kennedy j. G. Neumann s. Kufer. W. E. Lash i Renner 0. 11. Hoover i j. Wherley \ w. Rogers l. Krantz Sec City Daniel Korns. James ii. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. A. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. Win. Campbell. Andrew Erwin. Mayor clerk marshal Street commissioner Council justices. Names. Townships. Post office. Daniel Krebs. Clay. Lock no. 17. James a Slout i Wayne. Dundee. George Bear. Berry. Cadwallader. 1 Isaac conts. Washington Paoli. Henry Deible. Bucks. Baltic. Jacob Kreig. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Henry Vanlehn Warwick. Tuscarawas. .1 i Banks. Warren. New Cumberland Daniel Haas. Franklin. Strasburg. John Smith. Goshen. Barnhill. Jas Galbraeth. Rush. Tippecanoe. John Misione. Mill. Uhrichsville. Samuel Moore. Goshen. New Philada a. T b Rankin. Rush. Gnadenhutten. Is Winseth. Clay. Gnadenhutten. F Berkshire. Perry. Cadwallader. S v Renneker. Fairfield. New Philada a. L s Mckinney. Sandy. Mineral City. We e Beck. Goshen. New Philada a. Samuel c Kline. Lawrence. Bolivar. J 11 Cardin. Warren. New Cumberland robot Coruthers Washington Albany. John Wetter. Wayne. Dundee. William Kinsey York. New Philada a. Philip Doerfer. T .1 Stocker. Bucks. Baltic. Salem. Port Washington t 11 m Ozena. Mill. Uhrichsville. Joseph Healen. Mill. Dennison. Chas f Davis. It in Ford. Newcomerstown j c Fernsel. Franklin. Strasburg. Levi Travis. Auburn. Ragersville. J w Newbury. Dover. Canal Dover. Jos 11 Hostetter Dover. Canal Dover. Nieli Montag. Dover. Canal Dover. Wesley m Tracy Lundy. Mineral City. John 1 Jones. Auburn. Rogersville. Lliam Lehman. Warwick. Tuscarawas. David Breymeir Lawrence. Zoar. Lewis c Zollars. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. L a Cornett. Salem. Port Washington John s Spring. Jefferson. Port Washington Charles 11 Ellers Fairfield. Zoar station. John w Rollie. Jefferson. Stone Creek. Hugh t Minnis. Goshen. New Philada a. 9 c w Kinsley. Oxford. Newcomers town p 11 Kuhn. York. Black band. s Wagner. Union. Uhrichsville. Church directory. every sunday at a Tho a. In. And 7 clock Sunday school at 0 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. I Tristia every lords Day morn ing at 111 to a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 0 clock a. In. 31 it 11 Odist every Sabbath at 10 to a. And 7o�?Tclock In. Sunday school at 0 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. G Ell Man Reform every sunday at Llodo a. In. And 2 15 M., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday morning service each month a missionary concert in the evening. Lundeb Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United every sunday at 10 a a. And 7 clock . Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 1.5 a. Lodge directory. chapter no. Us 11. A. A. Meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor. Ii. In. Viel Getzman Sec y. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. A a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Liall. J. H. Mellvane . G. L. Taylor Sec y. Knights pythias equity Lodge no. 73. Meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. W. Duncan k. Of it. And s. I. 0.0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. F. Kislig n. G. I. A. Correll rec. Sec a. I. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stempi Fly n. G. P. Skill rec. Sec a. 1. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. J. J. Parr c. P. I. A. Corp kill scribe. I. O. 0. . P. 1t. C., no. A meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. R. J. W. Dodd Comdr. S. Hirst Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. 0, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. W. Bowers commander. Royal Arcanum philos Council meets every first and third Friday each month in knights pythias Hall. W ii. Miller Regent. J. S. Bigler Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday each month at g. 11. Hall. E. Kaserman pres. We. Bowers Cor. Sec y. S r0m1g, Ley at Law and notary Public. Office i is National Bank new Philadel Gamuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank. The prospects for wheat. Will it for americans to grow wheat this is a vital question says a valued Exchange for our farming Community. This Cereal can he grown in any part the world and steam transportation can literally bring it from the ends the Earth for an incredibly Low Price. Or. Dalrymple the great Northwestern wheat grower said recently a in my opinion wheat will sell in Chicago at seventy cents next summer. One Man with the present machinery can produce As much wheat As ten used to. The production has increased fourfold in ten years and the population less than twofold besides which All the rest the world is raising wheat and we have lost our foreign Market. Winter wheat prospects Are excellent and a Good crop this year Means sixty cent other authorities allege that East India wheat can he Laid Down at a profit in Liverpool at seventy cents a Bushel. If this is True almost any other crop will the american Farmer better than wheat. It May be noted in passing that we seem to have entered upon an Era extraordinarily cheap prices. Grain All kinds Cotton and Wool Are cheaper than they have been since the beginning the Century. Meat was the Only food which Rose in value since the close the civil War up to 1880, but the sending dressed meat East from Chicago instead cattle and the new supplies from Australia and South America has been cheapening exported meat for the last five years and the Prospect is that flesh food All kinds will be relatively As cheap As tour and Corn meal. If any one suffers from want food it will not be because hour and flesh Are dear but account non employment a Low rate wages and More particularly the loss and impoverishment the labourer by the extreme and unnecessary use alcoholic liquors. Discontent in the Dominion. The British subjects North the lakes and the St. Lawrence Are not satisfied with the present the Prospect for the future. The feeling Between the English and French canadians becomes More bitter As time passes by. Taxation is very heavy and yet the finances the Dominion Are in a very discouraging state. The deficit last year was Over $2,000,000, and it will be even greater this year. Although the population is Only 1,000,000 greater than in 1867, the year the confederation the debt has grown from $03,000,000 to $292,000,000, while the taxation has More than doubled. Since the civil War the United states has reduced its debt from $80 to $28 per head the Canadian debt during the same time has increased from $30 to $70 per head. The Dominion has a Large foreign emigration but the United states soon proves More attractive to the new arrivals than does British America. Then the native emigration from Canada to the United states is getting greater every year. In some the manufacturing towns new England the working men Are mainly from the North the St. Lawrence. Under these circumstances Many canadians secretly desire the consolidation the two countries. It would be in every Way a Benefit both to the people the Dominion and the United states. There is a vexatious Tariff interfering with the Trade both countries and disputes about fisheries which annexation would set at rest forever. The canadians realize that should a War break out Between the United states and great Britain that the soil the Dominion would be the scat hostilities. It seems a pity with everything to favor annexation that there is no practical Way bringing it about. Blaine Thurman Blaine in his history says sex senator Thurman a this rank was established in the Senate from the Day he took his seat and was never lowered during the period jigs service. He was an admirably disciplined debtor was fair m ins method statement logical in his argument honest in his conclusions. He had no tricks in his discussion no cat Eli phrases to secure attention hut was always direct and Manly. His mind was not preoccupied with political contest with affairs state. He had natural and cultivated tastes outside those Fields. He was a discriminating Reader and enjoyed not Only serious Hooks but inclined also to the Light in indulgence Romance and poetry. He was especially fond the Best French writers. He loved Moliere and Racine and could quote with rare enjoyment the humorous scenes depicted let a Balzac. He took pleasure in the drama and was devoted to music. In Washington he was generally to be found in the Best seat the theater when a Good play was to be presented an opera was to be Given. These tastes illustrated the genial Side his nature and were a fitting compliment to the stronger and sterner elements the Man. 11 is retirement from the state was a severe loss to his party a loss indeed to the body. He left behind him pleasant memories and carried with him the respect All with whom lie was associated during his twelve years honorable service. A Good Deal interest is Felt in . Blaines attitude relative to the Republican Senate a quarrel with the president. His factotum Manley says that Blaine does not approve the position the republicans have taken that he believes the president is right and the senators wrong and that both As a Legal proposition and a matter party policy the Republican programme is impracticable. President Cleveland is truly a Man destiny. Every assault made upon him by the combined hosts republicans he hurls Back and he stands Forth a More conspicuous character than Ever. The secret his greatness consists in the fact that he studies carefully the Constitution and plants himself firmly thereon. Like old Johnson he cannot be knocked out time while tire Constitution is his bulwark. Gould Powderly and Hoxie Are All self made men and should understand the labor problem from personal experience. The Chicago news is the opinion that instead seven we should have twelve Cabinet officers. The population the country has increased from ten to sixty millions and its resources have correspondingly developed while the duties the Cabinet officers have fully kept Pace with the material interests the country an efficient officer is soon made a physical wreck in the discharge his multifarious duties. It is simply an intellectual and physical impossibility for the Secretary the Treasury to administer the finances the government to look after its customs and internal revenues to run the mints take in charge Steamboat inspection and the life saving service look after the engraving and printing and watch the National Banks,.have charge the coast Survey control the currency assume responsibility the government architect and disburse the funds the government. While some these duties Are delegated to others the Secretary is the responsible head and must be More less acquainted with All. The same May be said other departments the government and the Day is not probably far Distant when the necessity an enlarged Cabinet will be recognized. A Philadelphia girl described the Toboggan suit As follows a you first get a Long and wide Roll flannel and having divested yourself the majority your clothing you hold one end this to the Back your neck get your maid to hold the other and then turn yourself slowly around until you have enveloped yourself from head to foot. Over this you put a Bloomer costume heavy flannel and Over this again a jacket and skirt made out a Blanket. Draw Long Woolen stockings Over your legs put your feet in moccasins and your head in a Small Woolen sack. You will then look like an attenuated football and you will feel like one. That a what they Call a Toboggan William Rankin who lives near Zanesville had a vicious Bull that was a terror to himself and family. He was advised to Cut off the horns the vicious animal but for some time hesitated fearing it might cause permanent injury. Finally the safety his family came uppermost and the horns were sawed off. The animal is doing Well and is now As docile As a Kitten it is a thoroughbred and is valued at a very High rate. There is now in Atlanta ga., a negress named Sarah White born near Charlottesville ya., in 1767, and consequently 118 years old. When 13 years age she was bought by a negro trader named Fulcher who carried her with 120 other negroes to Charleston. Seven bloodhounds guarded the group. After the War she went to Atlanta where she has lived Ever since. She has a scar her head which she has borne for 102 years. The religious Awakening continues in Cambridge without any abatement in interest. About a Hundred converts have joined the salvation army. Over a Hundred have joined the m. E. Church. Since sunday night fifty have United with u. B. Church. A great Awakening has taken place in the presbyterian Church and a Large addition has been made to the membership. A distinguished phys Ean in a German scientific journal advocates the general use sugar As an article diet. He affirms that during forty years he has eaten at least a Quarter a Pound sugar daily not counting sugar forming substances taken at the same time with Benefit. Bohemian Oats live Stock insurance agents and a compound for painting roofs Are All swindles. A Safe Rule is this every travelling Many a expenses is from $4 to $8 per Day and if a Farmer deals with them he must either lie swindled cheated. It is safer to Deal with men Vou know. A Smith comity , Hunter fell into an old dry Well 40 feet deep one iffy last week. He was not Hurt by the fall and at once began trying to get out by cutting Steps in the sides with his pocket knife. At the end Twenty four hours when he was discovered and rescued he had got about half Way out. It is now reported that . Keely will finish his motor Early next month probably by that april 1 is meant and that after that the Public will be permitted to know All about it. The Public however Isnit at All frightened it has heard this several times before. A Farmer in the West being visited by robbers and having no shot for his gun for their appropriate reception put in a Box pills. The outside application resulted in the death one the intruders and the serious wounding another. The ice fresh Pond near Cambridge mass., is Cut almost wholly for Export to India. A late fire destroyed the ice houses in which a Supply was stored and the Hindoos will have to Cool their lemonade with ice from some other Lake. A new York judge has ruled that a husband is liable for slanderous words spoken by Bis wife and this ruling a verdict six cents was rendered by a jury against a Man whose wife had uttered the slander. A presbyterian Clergyman in Chester county pa., has struck for higher . A week ago sunday he refused to conduct the services unless his salary was raised. The Church authorities think trying him for insubordination. On hearing that they were having egg sociable out West an actor remarked that a a the eggs were too Blank sociable in some places out there. They came right up the stage without a word the emperor Japan has contributed $500 to the Grant Monument fund As a Token the High esteem in which he holds the memory the illustrious deceased. Vice president Hendricks honest and cheerful countenance is to Grace the new $10 certificates. Rev. Dodd and his Good wife having journeyed through life together for Twenty five years celebrated their Silver wedding wednesday evening this week. Forty one guests were there to offer congratulations and wish them Many More years uninterrupted happiness. The presents were numerous and valuable consisting silverware Silver dollars and other useful and substantial offerings. The supper prepared by mrs. Dodd was very elegant and Complete in ail its appointments and the artistic manner in which it was served is highly complimented by the guests present. Rev. Dodd is pastor the disciples Church in this City but the reverend gentleman and his Good wife Are Well and favourably known by most people in Tuscarawas county who hold them in High esteem. May their continued journey in life be As in the past a one usefulness and happiness. From a recent visit to Washington a Friend who should be fully conversant with the facts states that lie was very agreeably surprised As to the extent the acquaintance the influence and respect accorded to our genial congressman the Hon. B. Wilkins. Beriah knows everybody in the various departments the government from the Boot Lack up to his excellency the president is invariably referred to by his brother congressmen and others As a Man much tact and ability one rather preferring to exert his abilities in a modest yet effective manner in attending to the individual wants his constituents than to be known like Many his colleagues in the House As oracles in Many useless debates. Complaint has been made by persons in this place who have lately had occasion to Stop at the Railroad depot at Phillipsburg while rating for the train that there was no Light in the building and at the same time very Little fire. On a cold night this state affairs is not very commendable especially when the health and Comfort ladies and children Are endangered. Tuesday morning april 6th,our people were were somewhat surprised to a find Between three and four inches Snow the ground a very rare occurrence in this locality the first Spring. We Are told by . Getzman Street commissioner that easter sunday april 15th, 1854, Over eight inches Snow covered the ground that Day and that Garden vegetables and Oats were up while peach and Apple Trees were in Bloom. Rev. H. B. Dues pastor St. Josephus Church canal Dover died sunday last after a severe illness two weeks. The funeral services were held wednesday it. Rev. Bishop Watterson officiating. Deceased was president the canal Dover Branch the Catholic Mutual benevolent association and was very highly esteemed by All who knew him. Or. A. I. Hupp removed from this City wednesday to new Freeport a. The doctor is a gentleman experience in his profession and leaves Many warm friends Here who regret his loss. We cheerfully recommend him to the people Freeport and wish for him abundant Success in Liis new Field labor. Geo. Gaab has removed from Shanes Ville to this place and will occupy the room in John sch Abs Block next door to Jacob Millers grocery store with a lunch room and bar. Everything will be kept clean and orderly and George invites his Many friends to give him a Call. An Exchange says that Many Young boys who spend their time loafing about the streets will see the Day when they will regret not having attended school. Education is lasting value when old trained and should be so sought after he Many persons who seem to be unconcerned about their Best interests. No matter in what condition the roads Are George Mathias always manages to Supply his customers with Coal. He drives a magnificent team four horses that a a yank a big Load Black Diamond Over hard roads with comparative ease. Andrew Crawford Post grand army the Republic this City Are making extra preparations for an entertainment to be Given by that organization about the 23d this month at the new opera House. With the inauguration the signal service system in new Philadelphia we have been experiencing the dad wasted weather that has waltzed through this location for several years. Since Gen. Hazen has Shade new Philadelphia a signal service station our Legal Friend Jim Donnell says there has been a thundering sight a Shaz Eings done by a old probabilities.,�?� John sometimes called Slob slut i our is seriously ill at the residence his sister in this place and his recovery is considered doubt full. The m. E. Church subjects for next Sabbath morning a a the Church its evening a the morning services at the different churches in this City Sabbath last were unusually interesting and Well attended by our people. Company 8th Ohio regiment will hold their annual target practice at new Philadelphia saturday april 24th. Deputy county clerk Doc. Gribble has commenced the erection a new dwelling House North third Street. The Raif business room has been repainted and it is said will soon be occupied for mercantile purposes. In this Advance age the Day it is not necessary to return a Bill collectors Call. Signal service. Last week a number business men raised by contribution a sufficient sum Money to Purchase weather signal flags and through the efforts and Energy postmaster Fribley and congressman Beriah Wilkin the government has consented to furnish by Telegram at 7 clock each morning the weather indication for Twenty four hours following each message. The telegrams Are to be furnished . Fribley at the Post office promptly at the hour named the receipt which he will immediately hoist the court House the Flag flags indicating the kind weather to follow. The first signals were displayed wednesday Forenoon and As predicted the weather very promptly drop de into line and move along with the procession. Below will be found diagrams the different flags except the cold wave signal together with a full explanation As to the kind weather they indicate and it would not be a bad idea for each Reader the times to Cut them out for future reference. Paste them in your hat. They will he More Benefit there than a Brick and we can assure you no blizzard Cyclone will be experienced in that Quarter no. 1. White Flag with Large red Sun in Centre to indicate a higher temperature a warmer weather. No. 4. White Flag with Large Blue Sun in Centre to indicate a general rain Snow a _ no. 2. White Flag with red Crescent in Centre to indicate a a lower temperature a colder weather. No. 5. White Flag with Blue Crescent in Centre to indicate a Clear fair no. 3. White Flag with red Star in Centre to indicate a stationary temperature.�?T, no. 6. White Flag with Blue Star in Centre to indicate a local rain Snow a the cold wave signal is a White Flag six eight feet Square with Black Centre about two feet Square. It is displayed in Advance the cold wave and is lowered when the cold wave arrives. Personal notes. Or. Ii. H. Arnold has taken charge Central hotel which is a new Brick building with a Tine front centrally located Broadway and he is overhauling it and putting it in excellent trim for the travelling Public. A line Glass front Hack runs to and from it to All trains. Or. Young and the doctor will put in a Tine Stock confectionary in the South lower Chase county courant Kas. The above item we take from the paper named which was kindly handed us by our Friend . Kirk Arnold near this place. The dry a friends Here will be glad to learn his present location and that he is doing Well. Our Young Friend will. Vogely who has for the last five months been teaching school near Wayne Burgh gave the times office a Friendly Call monday and dropped a Dollar in the till. The Wayne Burgh Enterprise speaking . Vogely and the school under his management says a emr. Vogely is a Fine teacher and it has been said by Many that lie was one the Best that has Ever entered the Sci tool door that place. Or. V. Left monday for new Philadelphia. He departs with Many regrets from our people who wish that his stay among them might have been county Treasury elect . John Myers and family moved from Dover to new Philadelphia wednesday last week and occupy the Clarmount mansion West fair Street. We Are glad to note the arrival . Myers and his amiable family in our midst feeling assured that our people will extend to them a Hearty Welcome. Clark Danforth Typo left the City Friday last for Columbus o., to accept a position in a Large printing House at the capital. Whoever employs Clark will find in him an excellent skilled compositor and Job Printer and a faithful employee. Jigs Large Circle friends Here wish him Success and plenty a dust a the Rittenhouse bros., this City left for Marietta tuesday where they go to engage in the manufacture brooms. They Are energetic Young men and experts at the business and the people there will find them honorable men to Deal with. May Success attend their efforts. Our genial Friend . Secrist Dover has taken a partner in the person a Young son who arrived april 6th, about 1 clock a. M., and was introduced by . George Peck this City. We Are pleased to note that our old Friend George Arnold Beaver dam was Able to get to town monday and cast a ballot. Captain Cyrus Zimmerman company 8th Ohio regiment gave the times office a Friendly Call monday. Election news. The Spring elections both township and corporation held in this place monday were conducted with considerable spirit and vim All sides. When the corporation ticket was about half counted out the fact became evident that the republicans had pretty generally voted a straight ticket and that the Peoples ticket would be Defeated by a considerable majority. The rolling Mill vote was mostly cast for the repel it lican ticket while several democrats Cut the head and Centre the former ticket. There was no particular question at Issue and the fight was virtually one a a get there Ell a below we give a summary the vote cast trustees. Precinct no. 1. Welty a. Wallace a. Callanan a. Graff Winspear a. Minnis a. Precinct no. 2. Welty. 267 Wallace. 239 Callanan. 177 Graff. 569 Winspear. 165 Minnis. 226 41 29 51 105 62 80 miss Amanda Bippus this City is visiting friends at Canton. Precinct no. 3. Welty. Wallace. Callanan. Graff. Winspear. Minnis. Precinct no. 4. Welty. Wallace. Callanan. Graff. Winspear. Minnis. Clerk. Precinct no. 1. Stermer a. Knisley precinct no. 2. Stermer. Knisley. Precinct no. 3. Stermer. Knisley. Precinct no. 4. Stermer. Knisley. Treasurer. Precinct no. 1. Miller a. Zellner a. Precinct no. 2. Miller. Zellner. Precinct no. 3. Miller. Zellner. Precinct no. 4. Miller. Zellner. Constables. Precinct no. 1. Helmick a. Evans a. Harmon a. Cramer a. Dick a. 216 232 176 187 184 241 68 83 71 72 60 50 precinct no. 2. Ill Mick. Evans. Harmon. Cramer Dick. Of 84 289 160 188 997 89 53 z 86 206 246 189 Sqq 51 91 53 61 93 86 61 316 288 420 179 91 precinct no. 3. Ill Mick. 241 Evans. 227 Harmon. 387 Cramer. 194 Dick. 156 Dick was not a candidate for Constable and made known this fact Early in the morning. Precinct no. 4. Ill Mick. 85 Evans. 99 Harmon. 115 Cramer. 57 Dick. 56 Harmon was both tickets in each precinct hence his Large vote. Assessors. Mackaman p., Thompson b., ditto i Newton r., Sweasy r., Smith r., no opposition. 1. 69 1 68 2. 248 2 177 3 266 4 83 4 58 corporation ticket. Mayor. Daniel Korns a. 478 ii. T. Minnis a. 311 Kornse majority. 167 marshal. Henry e. Shull a. 452 Edward Ellis Peoples ticket 331 Shulls majority. 121 clerk. Israel a. Correll a. 533 Addison Marsh a. 248 Correllus majority. 285 treasurer. Henry v. Schweitzer. 768 councilman. Fletcher Douthitt a. 763 Jacob Miller i. 478 w. Ii. Criswell Peoples ticket �?~326 j. T. Evans Peoples ticket. 277 cemetery directors. We. Neely a. 766 e. A. Deardorff a. 503 Peter Dick a. 277 both Republican and Peoples ticket. The school election resulted As follows two to be elected for three years c. Welty. 392 Jacob Miller. 334 Henry l. Custer. 242 a. Ii. Brown. 199 notes. It was a cold wet Day and someone got left. Louis Zellner and Fred. Graff take the Cranberry tart and entire bakery As popular candidates. It was a mighty wet Day but a great Many Fellows were awful awful dry a even dryer than a powder House. A a boons Beck held the fort at precinct no. 2. Mayor Koons Wil hold the corporation ribbons for another term. Hugh Minnis accepts the situation with the same Grace and dignity As does the fellow who is compelled to Wear an old shoe with a big k c Orn. David Johnson wants to know who a a Frod a them bricks and Peter Dick is in the same fix. There was sort a Cyclone struck this place monday. Several wrecks were visible next morning. Jim Minnis and his a red Mit a done a Good Days work. Jim is a crippled Soldier an honest capable Man and will till the position trustee with credit to himself and those who gave him their support. Isaac Helmick was As Happy All Day Long As a yellow jacket up a deacons Trowser legs a hot june Day. And. Marsh says he was corralled and done to propose to Chew any extra line Cut Over the matter. Other Points. The vote Street commissioner resulted As follows Phili Getzman. 640 David Johnson. 183 in canal Dover the contest entered members the school Board and the fight was a hitter one. The corporation ticket was a Piggy so to speak in the Racket and came from under lire with a democratic mayor and marshal. The Council clerk treasurer and cemetery trustee arc republicans. Emanuel Amick the efficient democratic corporation clerk who has served for two three terms with credit to himself and party was Defeated by Only four votes. Jasper h. Mitchell Democrat was elected mayor Over Christopher Sli Eeler Republican by a majority 51 votes. John Goodman Democrat was elected marshal Over his opponent by 21 a majority. There were four different school tickets in the Field hut body Horn and Canada carried Oil the a Goose that Laid the Golden the new members elect the school Board in Dover Are As follows according to mondays election c. W. Bodey Jacob Horn George Canada in the above fight some one has seemingly received a Center shot. A play Mcduff and damned he he who first cries hold enough a was the motto that emblazoned the victors banners. A great Scott a the republicans at Columbus concede the election the entire democratic City ticket by majorities ranging from 100 to 650. The democrats have made a gain three councilmen and the greatest Victory the Day was the defeat mayor Walcott for the school Hoard by Henry Thornton. The democrats arc jubilant. At Akron the office police judge headed the ticket. William Anderson the Man who struck with the knights labor in j. F. Seiberling amp Mower and reaper works was elected to this office the labor Issue by a majority about 800. The Republican ticket was elected in Warren township excepting w. Mckee who was elected Constable the democratic ticket. Dora Mccartney and w. Ii. Stees both democrats were elected supervisors in their respective districts. A Large vote was polled a newcomers town this county resulting in a Complete Victory for the democrats in the township. In the municipal election the democrats elected their mayor clerk and one councilman. There were five separate tickets in the Field at Canton. Of the thirty four offices to be filled Twenty five were captured by the democrats. O. Coxen Democrat was elected mayor Alliance by a majority 107. The town is usually Republican by 300 majority and this is the first democratic mayor elected in fifteen years. Youngstown has for several years been a Republican stronghold but monday the democrats elected their candidate for mayor 8. A. Steele. T. V. Powderly master Workman the knights labor is mentioned As a Canidate for governor Pennsylvania. Honors arc nearly evenly divided Between democrats and republicans in Cleveland. The head the Republican ticket in Cincinnati was elected by about 5,000 majority. At Ishpeming Michigan the knights labor elected the full ticket headed by mayor. Josiah Frantz Democrat was elected mayor Massillon by a majority 167. The whole democratic town and township ticket was elected at Millers Burgh. Mill township went Republican As usual. Healea was elected mayor Uhrichsville Over Johnson Democrat. Mrs. Hausner for Many years a resident this place died sunday morning aged nearly 75 years. Her husband served in the army during the War Between states and died while his Way Home after the rebellion ceased. Deceased was Mother in Law to Frederick Glauser. Goshen township is a Large sized Republican Side show but monday the democrats walked off with two trustees and the treasurer and now the advocate has wind Colic. Wall paper largest new Stock latest styles and lowest prices in new Philadelphia guaranteed at i. Gentsch a drug Book and yall paper store. 15 the widow Arnold Abbuhl who was murdered at Pike run last summer was married to a youth 19 years old last tuesday. Transfers real e9tate. Margaret Fowler to Samuel m. Sud Duth 125 60-Looths acres Mill township $2,s00. Jeremiah Stutzman to David g. Pershing 62 acres sugar Creek $573.75. Harry West to ebon Vankirk lot 69, Sandy township $1,050. Adam Stocker to David Thomas lots 27 and 28, Salem $110. John Steitz to Lydia Lantz lot 1, Ragersville $1,200. Peter Forney to c. Forney lot 4, Lowville $1. Hugo Keitzman to Wible Wentz a co lot 20, Dover $669. Michael Larmon to Albert and Ira Cordrey part lot 13, new Philadelphia $850. Thomas Moore to Rudolph myer 3 5-100ths acres Goshen township $1,000. B. Harvey to James s. Knisely part lot 243, new Philadelphia $1,600. James Henry to John Galbraith 12 acres Perry township $600. Timothy Sewell and Thomas Sharp to David Roy lot 50, Dover $900. Sheriff Bowers to Jonathan Norris 40 acres Salem township $401. John w. Buky to Walter a. Mcclin Tock part lot 12, Uhrich Sosville $300. Americanisms. A paint has been invented to take the place Whitewash. No legislature should he without Orleans Picayune. The latest a Well they have found out what ran into the what a a water a a new York commercial. Coal dealers have things their own weigh. You May dispute their weigh hut you get no More Coal by Orleans Picayune what this country needs is a scientist who will invent a Placid smile to he worn by women when they enter a Street car anti can to find a Ilavern news. Five million Needles recently Sank with an Ocean Steamer to the Bottom the sea. We Hope the mermaids will take the hint and make themselves some free press. An unexpected Fortune. Detroit mich., april 4. The Little Village Greenville is excited Over the find this afternoon an unexpected treasure valued at $40,000. Allie balls and his brother went to live with their grandmother in new York when they were children their father leaving them to come to the then far West. Thirty one years ago their father died and his estate was sealed up. The Money belonging to the two boys was put out at interest and the papers deposited with their old grandmother for Safe keeping she putting them in an old Chest. Six months ago a1 was married and his Mother in whose care the old Chest had been since the grandmothers death sent it to him. Curiosity prompted him to open it today and in the old family Bible he found Between its covers All the papers documents Bonds Etc., properly executed which makes him and the children his deceased brother heirs to $40,000. The $100 Bounty. Second comptroller Maynard has settled an important question arising out the april 21, 1872, which directs that every Volunteer Soldier enlisted for three years prior to july 22, 1861, under the presidents proclamation May 3,1861, and who was actually mustered three years before August 6, 1861, into any regiment company Battery accepted by the War department under such proclamation and who was honorable discharged shall he paid the full Bounty $100. The second comptroller holds that such Bounty is payable to the heirs every deceased Soldier who if living would be entitled thereto whether he died Lief after the passage the . Did no to exactly know. A Jimmy what a a Clearing House a asked one Street labourer another As he leaned wearily his Broom to wait for a reply. A a in a not exactly onto it a was the answer. A a it can the a sugar refinery a a a i think not. I think i had a Case it once myself hut i May not he right i put a Little mortgage my place and when it came due the follow cleared me out the House so fast that we entirely forgot one the children and had to go Back for one Happy editor. The Leconte Pear Trees Are in full Bloom and give Promise an immense yield fruit. The peach Trees Are covered with Bloom Many acres watermelons Are living planted the blackberries Promise to lie plentiful. As we sit in our chair and build air castles and railroads and big hotels and think All the Good things in store for us we do not care if our shoes Are out at the toes. I. Gentsch not having been Able to close out his Stock drugs Etc., As an entirety he desires to say to his numerous customers that he has resupplied Many deficiencies in goods and will be found at his Fine store in the Exchange Block As heretofore. He offers Fine bargains in Many goods which he has a surplus and in All respects will Endeavor to keep up the reputation the store for the greatest variety and lowest prices. Give him a Call. 15 m. Pasteur has been visited by a Young Man from Geneva who was bitten by a rat which had been inoculated with rapid virus in the Laboratory a local scientist. The rat escaped but was caught by the Young Man whom it bit in one the fingers. The animal died in a High state rabies. W. G. Mitchell Batesburg s. A. Recently found his lot a a Meer Stone which the state geologist Mia pronounced to lie a Diakiv loot 1 my Loi \ x the Brink a Lake fire. A party tourists thrilling expert ence at tiie hawaiian Crater. Poughkeepsie n. Y., april 4. A letter was received today from Harles m. Rowley vice president the Brush electric Light company from which is extracted the following a mrs Rowley my son Charles and myself with several other ladies and gentlemen from Australia visited the Grest Volcano known As a Kilauea a the Island Hawaii 500 Miles from Honolulu and nearly 3,000 Miles from san Francisco. We left Honolulu by Steamer and after a Stormy voyage two Days landed in Hawaii and then went mules Over 30 Miles Lav Beds until we reached the Crater Kilauea a 7,000 feet above the sea. A we defended that night into Tho Crater and walked a distance threw Miles Over lava until we reached the burning Lake. This was very Active jul we sat for hours Tho Brink the great Lake fire which was at. Least three Miles Long by Ono and a half wide. The Waves fire were running Ery High often 100 feet while eruptions were frequent occurrence throwing Molton lava into the sir hundreds feet with a noise that was deafening. A now for our narrow escape. Lii entire lava area including Miles around the lakes the very spot where we Safe Down and passed hours the three Miles pathway across the lava Beds upon which we walked within forty eight. Hours after we left was completely destroyed the whole having fallen in and leaving an open Crater Miles in extent and apparently fathomless. This was followed by fort three distinct shocks earthquake lasting for a period fourteen hours. The whole party Felt thankful at their narrow escape and will remember the rest their Day.9 How near they came to a journey to the Center the san Francisco has outstripped Chicago in the divorce Industry and in the former City married couples can now procure Legal separation for almost any cause. Cold feet were considered sufficient cause in a recent Case and in another ill smelling Laird be Cut the con nubian tie. Two Jersey cows belonging to i Civ Ard Milligan living at Coitsville got. Into his sugar Camp the other Day and drank All the sap which was partly boiled. One the cows died from the effect. We Are showing the largest and most. Complete Stock carpets Ever brought to new Philadelphia including All Tho newest designs and patterns. In body and tapestry Brussels we have a Beautiful line and Ovir All Wool Aitra supers Hartford a Nek lot to Quot makes Aro without a doubt the goods offered in this Market astr it style Quality a my Price. All Wool supers Cotton Anil Wool Cotton and ingrain. Ray and hemp Chi a matting Oil loth Etc and an endless variety rugs and Matts. Borders in body and tapestry and ingrain in All widths. Body and tapestry Hall with Stair to match. Do not fail to examine this Stock carpets before buying As we have the largest Stock to select from in the county. Williams amp Horning. Look Here. We Are closing out our Stock Bill stuff siding flooring lath barn boards window frames Sash doors mouldings ac., for less than Cost. All our lumber is thoroughly seasoned and will tie closed out cheap. John a. At. Uius. New l�?Thila., o., March 25th-w�?~f for Sale. place business in Phillipsburg is now offered for Sale. Good bar room Large Pool room hotel and Good stable. Ice House and half interest in skating rink now used As a town Hall. Will sell cheap and easy payments. Eight rooms in the House. Location and by in Ess Good. 12tf John w. Shull. To j w Usk us. Parties knowing themselves to be indebted to the Argus office either for to work advertising subscription will please Call promptly and make settlement. These accounts must a immediately As they Are Small and each one is Able to make such payment without further delay. Respectfully v. It it a late proprietor a run. 1861. R i 1886. He la pies the first presbyter Riim Church new Philadelphia will. Nil tuesday eve., april 13, give an entertainment at Eagle har. For tiie Benefit the Church consisting the old and favorite songs a a late War War Tableaux recitations Etc., Etc. The entertainment will be first class in even particular and w e Hope the people will Teel Pra-1 Riotoc and turn out and hear the memories the late War revived. Admission for adults 25c. Children Lour. Best conch syrup. Tastes Good. Use in time. Bold by druggists. For Sale 870artacrres.�?T one tin a Tannin Ltd not Rel must Ouri. Lia Iid Ine Dwe line 4 Large Stock barns so acres. Hoice cultivated Corn Vul at. A my for Sale it it a Exchange. Be Heath a a Mel land agents , a it Xor an count v. To. , in lowly and plan trim by cured t twine. Correspondence solicited and free anal cure rent honest investigators. The hit mans remedy company. Lafayette. Lad. A. In is f fac is. A Slu. Opium Fine blooded cattle sheep flogs _ poultry dog for ale. Catalogues with 150 eng free. No Buyer a co., , i it. Treated and Burrd without the knife. It a treatment sent free. Address d Aurora. Kane co lil cancer is a. N. c. 1077. I hair wig Bangs and Waves pent a Job any. Where. Wholes Ufland retail Price list 9, f. a so Bush a jul tags

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