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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - April 15, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday april 16, 1886. Number 16new Philadelphia Moore proprietor. W. Ii. Watson editor. Thursday april 15, 1886. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. Etc the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in advance00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 a amp a remittances should he sent by draft registered letter Posto Allce order to the address the proprietor. #3"address All matter intended for publication to the 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 be held in Law to be a subscriber. If 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 Lee place to which they Are Kent they Are held responsible until they Settle Hills and give notice to directory. District. Congress Ertah Wilkins state . W. Crites common pleas a a Pearce county. . Probate judge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Francis Ankney a. W. Yeagley a. F. Wilkins a. Figert a. W. Rowers John w. Kinsey 1. L. Kennedy j. G. Neumann s. Tufer .1 w. E. Lash Benner 0. Ii. Hoover j j. Wherley w. Rogers City. Daniel James ii. Elijah shul marshal Philip Getzman Street commissioner John s. Rahain Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. We. Campbell. Andrew Erwin. Council justices. Names. Daniel Krebs. James w South Hgeorge rear. Isaac conts. Lenry Deible Jacob Kreig. Henry Vanlehn j 11 ranks. Daniel Haas. John Smith. Jas Galbraeth. John Milone. Samuel Moore. T 11 Rankin. L s Winsch. F Berkshire. S v Iten Neker. L s Mckinney. We e reek. Samuel c Kline. J h Gardner. Bobs to Coruthers John Wetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. T ii Mozena. Joseph Healen. Chas f Davis. C c Fernsel. Levi Travis. J w Newbury. Jos 11 Hostetler Nich Montag. Wesley m Tracy John Jones. Hiram Chinan. A John s Spring a Charles 11 Kollei John w Rollie Hugh t Minni pc a Kislev. V ii Kuhn. s Wagner. Townships. Post office. Clay. Lock no. 17. Wayne. Dundee. Perry. Cadwallader. Washington Paoli. Bucks. Baltic. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Warwick. Tuscarawas. Warred. New Cumberland Franklin. Strasburg. Goshen. Barnhill. Rush. Tippecanoe. Mill. Uhrichsville. Goshen. New Phi lady a. Rush. Gnadenhutten. Clay. Gnadenhutten. Perry. Cadwallader. Fairfield. New Philada a. Sandy. Mineral City. Goshen. New Philada a. Lawrence. Bolivar. Warren. New Cumberland Washington Albany. Wayne. Dundee. York. New Philada a. Bucks. Baltic. Salem. Port Washington Mill. Uhrichsville. Mill. Dennison. Oxford. Newcomerstown Franklin. Strasburg. Auburn. Lingers i lie. Dover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. Lundy. Mineral City. Auburn. Rogersville. Warwick. Tuscarawas. Lawrence. Zoar. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Salem. Port Washington Jefferson. Port Washington Fairfield. Zoar station. Jefferson. Stone Creek. Goshen. New Philada a. Oxford. Newcomerstown York. Black band. Union. Uhrichsville. Church directory. every sunday at 1 it to a. And 7 clock p. In. Sunday school at 9 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lords Day morning at 10 ,�?~30 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at a Job clock a. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30a. In. And7o�?Tclock . Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. <1 human every sunday at 10 30. A. And 2 15 p. M., alternately. Sunday school at 0 00 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday morning service each month a missionary concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. every Sun-0 30 a. And 7 clock p. Prayer a we sunday pm i. In. A Iii Ltd Vivo i. I every wednesday night. To 9 15 a. directory. chapter. No. 38, it. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. get Max Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. A a. M., meets Friday before full Moon Aud two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. .1. L. Mcilvane . O. L. , Sec a. Stg its Lodge no. �?~3, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block a it to e Beer c c in. Dux can k. Of And s. D. 0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, neets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows a ill f. Kislig n. O. A. Correll rec. Sec a. J. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets very monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall Ity lion a a c. Stempi Fly n. G. \ Seiil rec. Sec a. It. 0. Encampment meets every Leeond and fourth Friday each month at it do Fellows Hall City Block. P. A. Corkell scribe. H 0. . P. U. C., no. 8, meets every third thursday Veo ing in each month at Odd Feu is Hall. City Block. J. W. Dodd Comdr. Hirst Secretary. Crawford Post no. 6, meets very first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. W. Bowers commander. Yal Council meets very first and third Friday each month in lights pythias Hall. It w h. Miller Regent. S. Bigler Secretary. Tonal Council no 52, Leets every second and fourth wednesday Uch month at g. It. Hall. E. Kaserman pres pm. Bowers Cor. Sec a. Plancis Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. Gamuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to Bis care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank Rich men. Some the Rich men Europe Are very Rich but far scarcer than Are very Rich men in our own land where ten millionaires can be counted by the Hundred. Russia has some them. Lerr Steiglitz a great russian land Holder is Worth $20,000,000, and he is the richest individual in the czars domains though the swedish Oil Kings the no Odel Bros., own property valued at $400,000,000. Thus they distance the Standard Oil company their own rival in the Petroleum Trade. The Nodelm a own vast tracks land and innumerable gushers naphtha in the caucasus Region. The Rothschild family is Rich beyond knowledge. The family wealth United amounts into the thousands millions dollars and it holds the financial credit nations in its hands. In the last twelve years its members have loaned $450,000,000 to certain european governments and when in 1866, the prussian government demanded an indemnity $25,000,000 from the City Frankfort the main where the rothschilds do a great Deal business the House notified bismark that if the Levy was forced every Bank in Frankfort would be broken. Bismark did not collect. Tuffe Baring Bros Are nearly As Rich and As powerful As the rothschilds. It is a half american House and keeps $300,-000,000 a ready for instantaneous the dead Duke Portland left Une tailed property Worth $12,000,000 and his entailed estates Are Worth a great Deal More. The Czar Russia has an income $10,000,000, and Queen Victoria is very Rich outside her enormous pensions. The Dukes Norfolk Bue Cleu Gli and Devonshire and Marquis Bute have rent Rolls valued at $2,000,-000 a year and the Duke West mins Ster is probably the richest Man in the world. Rumor puts his income at $50 a minute Over $36,000,000 a year an extravagant estimate course. But he is very Rich the bulk his property being in the thickly populated districts London. The Pacific Railroad. The Pacific railroads now owe the government More than a Hundred millions nearly one half which is for interest the Bonds loaned by authority Congress to build the roads. The managers these trans Continental lines have made millions out them putting the Money which should have gone into the National Treasury into their own pockets. A disposition has been manifested All along to beat the government out its just dues. This led to the passage the Thurman providing for a sinking fund by the companies but every Effort in spite official action has been made to thwart the purposes the . The dishonest dealing these corporations has attracted the attention the president who thinks that nothing Short a a heroic treatment will secure the government fair play. He has determined it is said to bring the whole matter to the attention Congress and will advise that the delinquent roads be placed in the hands receivers. It is to be hoped that this information is True and that Congress will with the president m in putting an end to the impositions and frauds so Long practice upon the government. The fair sex As senators. In the United states Senate thursday last when the Bill for the admission Washington territory As a state came up . Eustis moved to Amend by confining the right suffrage in the proposed new state qualified male electors Only. He supported to his amendment in some remarks in which he maintained that if Congress agreed to the Hill As it stood admitting female suffrage the state Washington could elect a female United states senator. One result that would he that the problem secret sessions would be instantly solved. Laughter the question the constitutional qualification a female senator for example As respects age great laughter in which the remainder . Eustis sentence was lost . Beck remarked Soto Voce that the women would never he old enough to come within the constitutional limitation As to age. Renewed laughter . Eustis characterized women suffrage As a demoralizing proposition and As a offensive and destructive to the institution the the next pension Bill the next pension Hill to go through is one providing that All soldiers a who were prisoners War for sixty Days More and who Are now suffering from any disability which can reasonably he presumed to be the result exposure and hardships endured while in confinement As prisoners War and not the result their own misconduct vicious habits shall be entitled to pensions at the rates now provided by Law for similar it also provides that All soldiers sailors a who were prisoners War for More than sixty Days shall be entitled to $2 per Day for every Day they were so held in this course is in addition to their army for the same period. In some respects the prisoner held an advantageous position in being exempt from the perils Battle and the hardships Active campaigning. We suppose the Day is fast coming when every Man boy who enlisted will be granted a pension. Mexico to be flooded with chinamen. Letters were received at Portland Oregon monday by the last chinese mail by agents the six companies stating that an English German and chinese Syndicate had entered into a contract with the mexican government whereby the Syndicate agreed to Send six Hundred thousand chinese to Mexico within the next twelve months. The mexican government agrees to give each chinaman Twenty acres land. Sixty chinamen left Portland last week for Mexico and others Are now prepared to leave. The free coinage Silver Bill . Bland was Defeated in the House thursday last week. The Warner Sherman plan will next come up for discussion. The Ankeny school Bill. Below we publish the supplementary school Bill introduced by representative Ankeny this county and which passed the House last week. Allen Myer Columbus correspondent the Cincinnati enquirer writes that paper saying the Bill is in the interest the notorious school Hook monopoly Van Antwerp Bragg amp co., and charges . Ankeny with being a tool that concern. Myer was evidently travelling a a a wild train a and Side tracked when he made that assertion. Or. Ankeny is none your educated political tricksters but a gentleman strict integrity character and one whom we do not believe could be induced to father any measure cast a single vote that would in any manner Compromise the better interests the people he represents. If there is anything in the supplementary measure to the Bill last Winter whereby the school Book monopoly is benefited we fail to recognize the fact at this writing. But even if such fact should exist then the error upon the part . Ankeny would be one head and not the heart. But Here is . Ankeny s Bill Section 1. Jit it enacted by the general Assembly the state Ohio that the following Section shall be supplemental to Section 4020 the general Laws the revised statutes Ohio As amended april 22, 1885 vol. 82, Page 142and shall be numbered and known As Section 4020 1. Sec. 4020c. The clerk the Board education each township shall have the custody All books purchased As provided in Section 4020 Laws Ohio vol. 82, Page 142and shall dispose All such books and upon such terms As the Board education shall direct and shall account for the same at the regular settlement the Board and at All such times As the Board education May require the same. The Board education shall require said clerk to enter into a Bond in such amount As they May deem sufficient. Sec. 2. This shall take effect and be in Force from and after its passage. Below will be found the Bill to which that . Ankney is supplementary. By carefully comparing both measures the Reader can readily comprehend the meaning and intent . Ankney a Bill an to Amend Section 4020 the revised statutes Ohio. Section 1. Lie it enacted by the general Assembly the state Ohio that Section 1020 the revised statutes he amended so As to read As follows Sec. 4020. Each Board shall determine at a regular meeting let a an affirmative vote a majority All its members the studies to be pursued and the text books to be used in the schools under its control but no text Book shall he changed nor any portion thereof altered revised for five years after its adoption without the consent three fourths the members elected to the Board Given at a regular meeting and All branches shall be taught in the English language and each Board education is authorized to Purchase direct from publishers dealers at the lowest wholesale contract prices such necessary school text books and other school supplies As May he determined by the Board and furnish the same to pupils in the schools under its control at Cost Price and each Board education is authorized to for such necessary school text books and other school supplies out the contingent fund at the disposal the Board. Sec. 2. Original Section 4020 is hereby repealed. Sec. 3. This shall take effect and he in Force from and after its passage. Passed april 22, 1885. It was a new York capitalist who Hung $1,000 at one his sons a year ago and said. A there it is and it is the last Dollar you la get from me. You done to know enough to Pound Salt. Speculation Why you Haven to sense enough to buy and ship the other Day the old Man went Down to Florida to see about a 3,000-acre tract land lib had purchased at $3 an acre for an Orange Grove. He went to the Headquarters a the Florida Orange Grove estate Agency a and he found that his son was president Secretary treasurer and sole owner. Half an hour later he discovered that his 3,000 acres raised alligators instead oranges and that the boy had cleared about $8,000 in the single Wall Street Xcvi. A highly interesting piece work is at present being executed at the Berlin Royal Anatomy under the direction medical and artistic experts the Wax Model a carefully prepared human body life size. From it a cast in Zinc is to be made by Gla Denbeck showing with rigid exactness the Muscles arteries and veins. An idea the nicety the work May he formed from the fact that thus far fifteen months have been spent upon the head alone which is not expected to be finished under three years More. When completed the Model will be purchased by the government for the use the students the Anatomy. The same Whiteley William n. Whiteley the big Republican manufacturer Springfield o., has inaugurated a wholesale War upon the knights labor and All Kindred organizations. He has discharged some eleven Hundred knights labor and will employ no hands in his immense shops who will not sign an Iron Clad pledge that they do not belong to the knights to any similar organization labor. The situation this Large number workingmen thus thrown out employment with their families dependent upon them is distressing and the Outlook is most gloomy. This is the same Whiteley who in common with other. Republican manufacturers had Large placards displayed in his works during the Garfield Hancock Campaign bearing this Legand if Hancock is elected. These works will shut Down there could lie no better commentary upon the utter falseness and hypocrisy Republican Campaign methods and the pretended love the Republican party for the working men than a simple glance upon these two True pictures. Cambridge jeffersonian the House part our legislature Are so intent upon securing partisan advantages and looking up Campaign material for next fall that they give Little attention the real business the people. Acts Are passed whose real import is not comprehended until they Are engrossed. In the Case senator Lawrence a insurance Hill the clerk omitted an amendment made by the committee and the Bill passed just As it came from the Senate. Perhaps the Bill is All the better for the omission but the sense the committee is not there. When business is transacted in such a careless even reckless manner How easy it is for schemers to secure the enactment Laws that contain jobs inimical to the interests the people the state. Less partisan scheming and More real business care would better suit the peo ple a Chicago judge was surprised and chagrined the other Day at being shown his own signature and that the prosecuting attorney to a petition asking the appointment to a Federal office a Man then trial for receiving stolen goods. It did no to make any difference though for the Man was convicted and sentenced to $1,000 Lino and two months imprisonment. The House committee Public i lands has decided upon recommending that the Homestead Law which now requires a Setler to live his land for five years before becoming the owner he changed so As to reduce the time to thirty months with the proviso that at least ten acres be under cultivation for that length time. They also recommend the repeal the Timber culture and Preemption Laws. This amendment to the Homestead Law will largely facilitate the settlement the territories. Soldiers who served 30 months can at once enter upon a Homestead without having to wait until the end that period . Tilden who rarely appears in Public now visited the new York Mower show the other Day and a pretty Little Story is told in connection with the occasion. A is no to it a shame . Tilden a said a girl a they talk getting the police to prevent this show from keeping open a but they can to hinder you and the Flowers from Blooming somewhere a responded the old Gallant and the Maiden afterwards declared that she would give her months pin Money to have the compliment written by him in her autograph album. The Grain Fleet which will leave Chicago As soon As navigation opens will be larger by Over 2,000,000 1 Diels than any Fleet that was Ever towed out from that port and perhaps larger than any that Ever set sail. A special says there Are now 5,036,000 bushels Grain afloat the Chicago River and before the ice is out the Mackinac Straits this amount will probably to swollen to nearly 6,000,000 bushels. Of the Grain now afloat 3,568,000 bushels is Corn 917,000 bushels wheat and 360,000 bushels flaxseed. Ben Butler will not Down. He will come before the country during the next year the propositions that hog butter and Ole Margarine is in respect to flavor taste and Healthfulness Superior to butter from Cream and that Judas Iscariot alone appreciated the greatness Christ and that having perfect Confidence in his Power he betrayed him to give him a Chance to assert his greatness supposing by a word he would crush All his enemies and make himself Kin Ltd the world. Whatever May he thought the statesmanship the present administration it is quite evident that the president and his Cabinet Are All men weight. Grover boasts his More than 300 pounds flesh Manning tips the beam with 325 Lamar Garland Bayard and Endicott each weigh 200 pounds and Vilas and Whitney Are solid at 175 pounds Yaeli. The eight men make up an adipose mass almost equal to the a Coal dealers Tony 2,000 pounds. Such a weighty administration cannot be easily upset. The daughter a Rich widower in Holland fell in love with one her fathers Young clerks. As the youth was capable and Good habits the old Man favored the suit. The clerk however put an end to the match by disclosing that he was Only a poof girl who had taken to male disguise As a Means earning a livelihood. The old Man having set his heart a wedding accomplished that purpose by marrying her in self. The Story does not go to the length telling How the daughter liked her step Mother. The marketable proceeds the Dairy in 1880 amounted to More than $500,-000,000, while the Cotton crop was valued at $380,000,000. But in tie estimate the diary products no account is taken the Domestic Supply consumed by the 30,000,000 persons engaged directly indirectly in agriculture by three fifths the population. If this were included the total value the Dairy would amount to fully $1,000,000,-000 yearly and would then stand easily ahead any special interest. The circuit court at Newark has sustained the decision judge Hunter and the verdict the jury in the Case i. Jeff Carton Boling for the murder John Douglass the 5th october last and a new trial is therefore denied. Boling is now confined in the Penitentiary at columns and his neck will have to stretch at the appointed time unless the supreme court should come to his Relief. There has been no Congress since the War wherein sex soldiers both Union and Confederate armies were so numerous As the present one. There Are fourteen sex Union officers in the Senate and seventy nine representatives in the House. There Are Nineteen sex Confederate officers now in the Senate and forty two in the House. The potato Bug the reporter Tore one his a winding sheets into shreds when he first Learned that the new Philadelphia times was about to be launched upon the sea journalism. A a Beverly will now have another Opportunity to shake himself out his a a winding Sheet a As another paper will soon be started in Dover by . Charles Rickerts who will have the endorsement a Large number influential citizens in that place whom Scott has been abusing and vilifying for several years past. It is a mighty Long Lane that has no turn. Mrs. Elizabeth Lehr Mother mrs. Peter Eichel died in this place in saturday morning last week at the advanced age 82 years. Deceased was an invalid for 15 months and 8 months before death was confined to her bed perfectly helpless. She came to this country in 1851, together with her husband and family since which time until death she resided in Tuscarawas county. The funeral took place from the German Church at Trenton which she was a member. Deceased lived to see Many her great grandchildren surround her before the lamp life went out forever. The popular and celebrated Ellis family hell ringing concert company will give one their interesting entertainments at Eagle Hall this City monday evening april 19th, under the auspices Andrew Crawford Post g. A. The company gave 120 entertainments at Philadelphia and come highly recommended by the City press. The family is a talented one and the entertainment Choice and refined. Admission 35 cents no extra charge for reserved seats. Or. John Arn and son Charlie have leased the room next door to Rudy Snyder a bakery for a Hoot and shoe store. At one time this building was occupied by . Arn for the same purpose for from 15 to 20 years during which period . A. Gained the reputation being an expert at his business and enjoyed a very Large and extensive Trade. His son Charlie is also a skilled Mechanic and we predict for the new firm a very Liberal share Public patronage. The following was received a postal card at the Post office in this City Stras Burgh o., april 9, 1886. Or. a please Forward All mail bearing my name to Winfield Tuscarawas county Ohio. As will he noticed no name was signed to the card but postmaster Fribley will catch hades All the same for not forwarding the a a unknown so mail in Stanter. The following formula for preparing a tonic to prevent the falling out the hair is highly recommended by a Well known chemist quinine sulphate 20 grains Glycerine 1 fluid once Cologne 2 fluid once Bay rum 2 fluid once Rose water 11 fluid once. Rub the quinine with the Glycerine and add the other ingredients in order named. The addition fluid extract Jab Orandi is recommended to stimulate the growth. At this writing thursday morning we regret to learn the serious illness sex mayor William Campbell. Last week he went to Cleveland to he treated for some ailment and while there was confined to his bed and had to return to his Home at the Exchange hotel in this City. A consultation physicians has been held and the condition . Campbell is reported As being very critical. L. Hamilton has closed out his restaurant next door to citizens Bank and Fred Kinsey has leased the room for a Saloon. Or. Hamilton was compelled to quite business account inconvenience caused by the erection another building in the rear shut ing him off from any communication with the Back Yard. The canal Dover Harmonica society has rented the fair grounds at that place for a Sanger est to be held july 5th. The fourth coming sunday this year is the reason Why the Date has been fixed for the 5th. The entertainment Given by the society last year was a grand affair and promises to lie even better the Date named. Nathan Bell a Homes county horse to Lief captured in West Virginia was transferred across the Ohio at Bridgeport last week. He fought the officers All the Way from Wheeling and they were compelled to impress a lumber Wagon put him it and three officers sat upon him to hold him Down the Wagon. The following Are the officers elect Fairfield township gooderding r., three years Harvey Riggle r., two years Lemuel Waltz la one year. . B. Casper b. Scott Ripple i. lab d. On monday there was a school election in the Lockport special school District to elect one member for three years and resulted As follows Michael Seibold. 65 John a. Warded. 36 Sci Bolds majority. 29 in wet weather Broadway is a mud Hole. It would let a a Good idea to cart about ten tons the slush away Cut Down the Street several inches and then fill up with something substantial. Business would be benefited and several Hundred dollars saved in the end. Or. I. L. Mitchell dentist has his office Over riffs hardware store in new Philadelphia o., where he makes the Best artificial Teeth for $8, $7, and $5.50 per set. Cement fillings 25c. Silver 50c. And Gold $1.00. Give him a Call. He warrants his work and defies the production better work by any dentist in the state. Natural Gas is Rushing out the Findlay Wells at an almost uncontrollable rate to the considerable alarm the notes. Charlie Johnson Massillon paid a visit to his parents Here tuesday. Mrs. Jas. Kennedy and family left new Philadelphia wednesday for Quincy Illinois where . Kennedy is now located As pension agent for Uncle Sam. Charlie Moore now Wichita Kansas is visiting friends in this City and canal Dover. A a bub Hay is Home from the land blizzards cyclones and gentle zephyrs the West. Or. And mrs. Howard White Cleveland Are visiting friends Here. Miss Viola daughter . Isaac Helmick this City is visiting mrs. De Muth Nee Horning formerly new Philadelphia at Dayton Ohio. Our old Friend Henry Wiand near Trenton gave the times office a Friendly Call Friday last dropped a Silver Dollar in the till and had his name enrolled our subscription list. Or. Day esq., the talented attorney Canton was in the City tuesday. Mrs. Or. Smith new Philadelphia was the guest mrs. S. Hazlet Over times. Andy Huffman Good natured Jolly Andy Baltic accompanied by his father was in town wednesday. Our genial Friend Frank Dieringer Sandy township while at the a a Hub monday gave us a Friendly Call and joined the times army corps. Editor f. Corl the Navarre hide pendent tested the capacity one our split Bottom chairs for half an hour last monday. Frank married one new Philadelphia a Best girls a daughter . Otis and is now getting out a Good local paper. We noticed our venerable Friend judge w. B. Brown the streets wednesday. The old gentleman has been confined to his room most the Winter suffering from general debility. He is among the few democrats in this Section who voted for Andrew Jackson. Representative Francis Ankney was at the a a huh saturday shaking hands with his friends. Frank Williams formally one our town boys who has resided at Rich Hill mo., during the last five years has gone to Washington territory by Way san Francisco to Purchase a farm. He expects to spend the next three months in seeing the territorial elephant and May make Portland his future township. The following ticket was elected in Salem township trustees John j. Adam Ozias de Long Christian Merkel. Clerk Adam c. Stocker. Treasurer Augustus Ley. Assessor Charles Buhl. Constables Henry Stofer John w. Eis. Port Washington. Mayor Henry w. Davis. Treasurer Charles Lang. Clerk Philip Lamneck. Mars ii a la Joseph ii i things. Joint cemetery trustees robot Hill. Cemetery directory Abram Sal Chili. Councilmen a Augustus Ley Philip Barth marshal j. Wheeland. The ladies the lutheran Church this City Are making extensive preparations for a concert to lie Given the evening May 13th. The entertainment will be Given principally by Canton Talent. If old Winter done to get off the Lap Spring pretty soon there will he a Racket in the human family. The old fellow is getting a Little too familiar with the Young maid. The commissioners from Perry county were in this City wednesday exam ing the court House preparatory to building a new Temple Justice in that county. Senhauser amp son have added greatly to the appearance their business room by decorating the Walls and ceiling with very handsome patterns paper. Married at Baltic o., april 11th, 1886, by Rev. Wilson Yeisley . Charles ii. Willom and miss Mahala s. Koons both Baltic Ohio. A the Chimes Normandy will be the opening at Campbells new opera House by the English opera company april 29th. John Deible Farmer in Bucks township made an assignment one Day this week to Christian Fisher. Assets $4,-500 1 Rabi 1 cities Unknow n. Communion service will lie held at the presbyterian Church next Sabbath morning. Done to fail to go and hear the popular Ellis family Bell ringers at Eagle Hall next monday evening. Dirt around the Public Square has been removed by Street commissioner Getzman and his Force. The times subscription list continues to increase at the rate 25 to 40 new names each week. Common pleas court convenes in new Philadelphia May 4th circuit court will Convene in this City the 27th this month. It will Cost you Only $1 a year for the new Philadelphia times. City Block would look immense with a Nice coat common pleas May term-1880. Grand jurors. Jacob Yanney. Frederick Andreas. John Kilgore. Horace Riker. Mathias Snyder. Charles Haupert. David Newton. Janies Maughiman. William Campbell. L. S. Winsch. J. Wilkins. Henry Miller. Philip Ley. George Krause. James a. Rosenberry. Petit jurors Frederick Neiderheiser. Joseph Collins. Adam Hochstetler. John a. Brown. Henry Geib. David Mccullough. Henry j. Wassam. William Knaga. Michael Deitz. John Wolf . W. A. Mcconnell. John Mckinley. Silas gooderding. Adam c. Stocker. John Hammond. Charles Schupp. John j. Karl. Robert Wallace. William Himes. John Ulrich. Town ship. Wayne Auburn Salem Goshen Auburn Salem Goshen Fairfield Goshen Clay Mill Goshen sugar Creek Dover Dover Goshen Goshen sugar Creek j Efferson Dover Mill Auburn Franklin sugar Creek Warwick Clay Mill Fairfield Salem Goshen Hay sugar Creek Mill Lawrence Warwick card to the Public. Having retired from the proprietorship the Gilsey House in new Philadelphia 1 deem it not Only my duty but take great pleasure in thus publicly acknowledging the invaluable service rendered me by . Wesly Welty As manager in causing such a wonderful transformation from the Kail House to the a Gilsey a in so Short a time. Everything was under the immediate supervision . Welty and he performed his duties Well and faithfully. The House was modelled painted papered and furnished throughout and several convenient new buildings erected together with Many other necessary outside improvements. When completed the appointments were such character As to place the a a Gilsey a in the front rank As a first class hotel and demonstrate the fact that . Welty is a valuable and useful hotel Man. Through his rare qualifications As manager he was always Able to harmonize any and All differences which so often occur with hotel men. A genial accommodating gentleman with his thorough knowledge hotel life in the East and extensive acquaintance in the West he certainly enjoys All the attributes requisite for a most successful and first class landlord. Jas. Of Donnell late proprietor Gilsey House. Odd Fellows Celebration. Elaborate preparations Are in Progress for a grand Celebration the anniversary american Odd Fellowship in this City monday april 26, 1886. A free dinner for visiting Odd Fellows will be served at 1 00 clock p. M., at the Casino rink after which All the different branches the order will Parade the principal streets headed by the City hand. Procession will terminate at Campbells music Hall to which the Public Are cordially invited to listen to Short addresses by several noted and Brilliant orators. At 8 00 clock p. There will be a grand Ball in Casino rink for which the Best music and excellent callers have Lieen engaged and a most enjoyable time is guaranteed. A Hearty invitation is extended to All. Ball tickets 50c. Refreshments at moderate rates. 16w2 the testimony a woman before a Salt Lake court the other Day in a polygamy Case was in substance that a a she did no to know whether her husband had another wife not it Wasny Tot enough importance to talk the Law requiring partners in business to furnish the names the firm to the county recorder was repealed a few Days ago. The Law was passed in 1884. As clerk in a dry goods grocery store. Will work for reasonable wages. Am a school teacher by occupation. Address a. W. I this office. _ 16w3 Powderly gets $1,500 a year for devoting his whole time to the prevention and settlement strikes. Jay Gould gets several millions for promoting strikes and wrecking Railroad properties. On wednesday John Fisher Farmer Salem township made an assignment to . A. L. Cornett. Assets $4,200 liabilities unknown As usual. One Man wants whisky in a barroom. Another wants soda in a drug store. Then they arbitrate. They both take Beer in a Beer Saloon. Life is a slate where All our sins arc written from time to time we rub the sponge repentance Over it in order to let Egin to sin anew. Now that Sam Jones has Given up the use chewing tobacco he is reported to refer to it As a Fine Cut judge Artherton Newark is reported to tie growing gradually weaker with slight Hope for his recovery. Now is a very proper time to clean up your Back Yards alleys and premises in general. Schroek Bros have removed two doors North their former place business Broadway. Now is a very proper time to pull off your coat and Roll up your socks. Transfers real estate. Thomas Walter to John Walter 59 5-Looths acres Franklin township $2,500. John ii. Walter to j. V. Walter 77 20-100ths acres Sugarcreek township $4,600. Robert Riggle to Samuel w. Riggle 50 acres Warren township $1,750. John i. Riker to Isabella Jones part lot 558, new Philadelphia $600. Ferdinand life wig to John Mold lot 11, Gnadenhutten $300. James b. Emerson to Mary l. Hammond 3-10ths an acre Goshen township $500. Janies m. Kennedy to Samuel Hess lot 350, new Philadelphia a Soo. Joseph Warner to Charles e. Tibbs 4 43-001 is acres Warwick township $1,400. John Wasserfallen to Frederick Ash Leman lot 260, new Philadelphia $1,100. Irad Rainsberger to William Page lots 42 and 43, port Washington $3,500. Benjamin f. Wells to Daniel Meese lot 32, Blakes Mill $400. I. I Tea Lea to t. K. Eckfeld it Al 1 acre Uhrichsville $100. Samuel Swaby to John Wagner 38 68-100ths acres Franklin township $935.04. J. Evans to Charlotte e. Jackson lot 448, Uhrichsville $925. William ii. Price to Edward Vilall 93-Looths acres Goshen township $1,200. Marietta Gottfried to Frederick Horn part lot 320, i Over $4,200. Joshua Price to a. E. Mohn past lot a Gnadenhutten $100. Joseph e. Fredenbur to the c. L. Pfc w. K. R., 112-1000ths acres Mill town township $64.86. Gilbert l. Patterson to Andrew j. Creter part lot 3, Newcomerstown $400. Samuel Plains to John a. Seiko lot 13, Dover $325. L. Booher to William Colter lot 18, Strasburg $850. Thos. F. Mckee to Hannah Moore lots 11 and 12, Dennison $120 Thos. F. Mckee to Mary e. Hite let 18, Dennison $35. John Rentsch to Catharine Fechtling lot 424, new Philadelphia $530. John e. Weber to Leonhard Weber 70 acres Dover $2,000. John Sharkey to James f. Evans 170 26-Looths acres Lawrence and Franklin Townsl lips $5,965.75. John Affholder to George Brown 31 92-Looths acres Goshen township and lots 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11, new Philadelphia $4,000. Ridpath a cyclopedia Universal history. This great work undoubtedly the most valuable contribution to modern historical literature is now being sold in new Philadelphia and Tuscarawas county. It is in itself a Library history and will he a most valuable addition to the libraries our citizens giving As it does All the principal events in the career the human race from the beginning civilization Down to our own times. A history a it is said a a makes men contained in these volumes is the Wisdom the Ages within the Means everyone. It is sold the instalment plan Small monthly payments the entire set consisting three Imperial Octavo volumes containing 2,438 pages being delivered first payment. The following letter from the superintendent our schools explains itself office supt schools Xci Philadelphia o., april 14, 1886. I have examined Ridpath a cyclopedia Universal history and i can cheerfully recommend it to All readers history As Well As to those who desire a Good Book reference. The work is adapted to those Wiio read Little As Well As to those who read much. It is really a Complete picture the world. But the highest value the work will he realized by those who have children to he educated. With such a Hook in the Library it is difficult to see How children can Ever feel the want something interesting to read. W. Ii. Kay. We arc pleased to state that . John Shoh Sluthour who we mentioned in our last Issue As being seriously ill is rapidly recovering lie has been using the m. I. S. T., Murry a infallible system tonic tie celebrated blood liver and kidney remedy which is for Sale by the agent at the Gilsey House at the drug stores. As an anti Hilious Medicine is incomparable. It stimulates the torpid liver invigorates the nervous system gives tone to the digestive organs creating perfect digestion and thorough assimilation food. It exerts a powerful influence upon the kidneys and liver and through these organs removes All impurities thus vitalizing the tissues the body and causing a healthy condition the system. I. Gentsch not having la Cen a it it to close out his Stock drugs etc., As an entirety to desires to say to his numerous Custer Juners that he has resupplied Many deficiencies in goods and will he found at his line store in the Exchange Block As heretofore. He oilers Fine bargains in Many goods which hot Lias 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 unclaimed letters. Several new dwellings will be erected the following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office March 11th, 1886 ii. Z. Ellis miss Katie Maurer James Pevey 2, miss Mary l. Maurer i. Phillips 1. Pearson i. Roming f. 1. West Jno. Keif. Foreign Rose Goeser. E. Fribley p. Wall paper largest new Stock latest styles and lowest prices in new Philadelphia guaranteed at >.<�?T. Gentsch a drug took and Wall paper store. 15 the Ohio legislature appropriated $200,000 for the improvement and maintenance the canals the state. Spoiled girls. Women All Over America Are protected respected supported and petted. Elsewhere there is no such Paradise for women. In Paris the headquarter for elegance the rottenness an old civilization has undermined this loyalty to the Ideal woman. To London there is a brutality and coarseness descending heavily women a lower Grade and which by atmospheric pressure has reached the higher class and now effects women every status in society so that it is unpleasant for a women to walk London streets alone and impossible for her to do so at night even with a gentleman escort after the Heaters Are closed it is to be feared that american women have As a class disregarded this etiquette in Europe too much and that at Home As we Are now a nation foreigners they still disregard appearances. There is also no doubt that the american girl is a spoiled child. She forgets to be polite to he deferential she disregards such Well meant attentions in Railroad ears and in society while the other hand she is Apt to be for appearance s Sake too much absorbed in the Man her Choice. Certain women think that they establish Independence by abolishing Good manners and by ignoring refinement gentleness and elegance. But this is a great mistake. It is women who preserves the order and decency society without her Man would soon relapse into ther Savage estate and the Comfort and Grace Home Are exchanged for the rude discomfort the mining Harper s Lazar. Sound reasoning. Uncle Isom was whitewashing an old dilapidated House Whitehall Street yesterday. The Interior had a ghostly appearance and a gentleman said to the old negro a i some ainu to you afraid ghosts a a no Sah Dat l ainu Tyoung master a was the reply As the old Many a face looked up with a smile. A a you Are not a a a no Sah. 1 Star Are no a a How do you Kii Ltd we a a it a be Sah when a person Dies Dey goes to heaven Purgatory one it be a a a a and Al Dey goes to Purgatory Ley can to get away and Dey goes to heaven Dey Don t want to get away and cum Hack a Seo Lopin Roux a Dis world. 1�?Tse too Ole to let Dat mesmerism i Zinss Bodder institution. A Check $60,quo was sent to Parnell from new York thursday Hist week. Vast robbery planned. Philadelphia pa., april 8. The officers at the United states mints have been greatly exercised dining a week past Over the alleged discovery by special officer Gibson that a plot was forming among a number new York cracks men to Rob the vaults in that institution. The mint officials Are very reticent Over the affair hut it is known that it Jibson claimed to have information that a House near the mint had been rented by the cracks men and that it was their intention to Tunnel under the Street to it the mint and undermine a vault in the basement. There is from $30,000,000 to 840,, Worth precious Metal stored in the vaults. A labor saving Yankee Hapville-conn., has rigged a Crank attachment to a wheel his Wagon connecting it with a churn that lie places in the Wagon and when the Cream is already he dumps it into the churn hitches up his horses and hikes a ride returning Home in due time with a Nice Moss butter that has indeed a a come very easily. An Eastern preacher who is fond Turtle soil has shocked some the Philadelphia divines by stating at a Public dinner recently that god first created the cherubim second the Sera Pirim and then the . We Are showing the largest and most Complete Stock carpets Ever brought to now Philadelphia including All the newest design and patterns. In body and tapestry Brussels we Llam a Beautiful line and our All Wyrtle extra supers Hartford and Lowell makes Are without a doubt Thomey goods offered in this Market a to Tyle Quality and Price. All a it i supers Cotton and Wool Cotton and ingrain Ray and hoop f Hayft matting it it ii it Moths etc., and an endless variety bugs and Matts orders in body and tapestry and ingrain in All widths. Body and Tapy try Hail with Stair to match. 1>< Noy l ail to examine this Stock carpet-5 before buying As we have the larg est Stock to select from in the county. Willi it is Ltd up it i Ning. Look Here. We Are closing out our Stock Hill stuff siding flooring lath barn boards window frames Sash doors mouldings ac., Fisit list than a Quot . All our lumber is thoroughly it atoned and will be closed out cheap. John a. A. Iii Mes. New pliila., o., March 25th-\v3 for Sale. place business in Phillipsburg now offered for it a a. 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 business Good. 12tf join w. notice. I Esse St wart to Ltd Mattie k. Stewart his j wife res id he at Angela. Steuben county. State Indiana will take notice that the second Day april Iseff Samuel 11 Taylor tiled his Petit Ion in t he opinion fleas it Ouirt Tuscarawas county Ohio in in ase no. 2.717, against tin said Jesse Stewart and Mattie k. Stewart praying for the foreclosure a mortgage made by said Jesse Stewart and Mattie k. Stewart to plaintiff the following described premises situate in the county Tuscarawas and state Ohio and known As a part the Northwest Quarter the Southwest Quarter Section is. Township Range 2of military lands subject to Sale at Zanesville and hounded As follows a Omin neing Iff rods East the Northwest Cor in r the Northwest Quarter the Southeast Quarter and running to Renee East Iff in perches t hence South to the Boundary line said Quarter thence West Iff 1 it perches to the Section line thence North 79 Ull perches to the place beginning containing eight acres More less Given to secure a note which a balance is due and an accounting t hereon is asked. Said parties Are required to answer before the amp Ali Day May in off a decree mity be taken As prayed for in said petition. Richards a Wilson Lff atty a Tor plaintiff

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