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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 4, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday August 4, 1887. Number 82. Official directory. District. Congress Erifili ill ins state senator.tie�. W. Crites j. C. Hance common pleas Pearce county. Representative. Prot Bate j Edge. attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. . . Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. City. Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley a. F. Wilkins a. C. Figert g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. A. G. Neumann s. Rufer a. Lash r. Benner of. H. Hoover i Ozias Delong j. Porter l. Krautz Sec mayor c Erk marshal Daniel Korns. James 11. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman Street commissioner John s. Graham.1 Jacob c. C. Welty i Council Fletcher Douthitt b. 1. Scott. Andrew Erwin it s. Glatfelter. Game Warden. Justices. Names. Townships. Post office. A. Youngen Auburn. Same a la idler Auburn. Henry Deible Bucks. Philip Bucks. Daniel Krebs Clay. S o Milliken Clay j w Newburg Dover. Jos 11 Lostetter Dover. Nich Montag Dover. S y Renneker in Airfield. Charlesll Ehlers fair Leld. Philip a Garvell Franklin. C 0 Fernsel Franklin. Daniel Richards Goshen. Hugh t Minnis. Goshen. J ii Boot Goshen. P 11 read Goshen. John s Spring. Jefferson. John w Rolli Jefferson. David Breymeir Lawrence. Samuel c Kline. Lawrence. John Milone Mill. F j Greene. J no w Lytle or. C w Knisley. .1 r Mulvane. Ail Timmerman. T j Murphy. Jas Galbra Etli. T b Rankin. L a Cornett. W j Haskinson l s Mckinney. Wesley m Tracy Lewis c Zollars. T Richardson. s Wagner. J l Baldwin. T k Robinson. J 11 Gardner. It g Galbraith. Hiram Echman. Robot a outliers Mill. Mill. Oxford. Oxford. Perry. Perry. Rush. Rush. Salem. Salem. Sandy. Sandy. Sugar Creek. Rage Tsvi lie. Ragersville. Baltic. Baltic. Lock no. 17. Invade Hutten. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. New philae a. Zoar station. Strasburg. Strasburg. New Philada a. New Philada a. New Philada a. New Philada a. Port Washington Stone Creek. Zoar. Bolivar. Uhrichsville. Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newtoni Erston Newcomerstown Cadwallader. Cadwallader. Tippecanoe. Gnadenhutten. Port Washington port Washington Mineral City. Mineral City. Shanesville. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Union i Uhrichsville. Union Leesville. Warren new Cumberland Warren new Cumberland Warwick Tuscarawas. Warwick Tuscarawas. Washington Albany. Isaac copts Washington Paoli. James w Stoutt Wayne Dundee. John Wetter Wayne Dundee. William Kinsey York. New philae a. 1�?~ 11 Kuhn Yor Black band. Professional directory. Homeopathy. _ m _ s. R. Breed New Philadelphia. 0. Office and residence on East front Street. 25 j Octor Eda Wilhelm i Mclean gynaecologist. Practice limited to diseases of women and children. Office Public Square new Philadelphia 0. 7 or j. W. Richards. Physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 40, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 48yl Franois Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. 7l>. Hissong a shaving shampooing and hair dressing parlor in basement under Millers drug store on North Broadway. New Philadelphia. O. 4<syl John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House on North Broadway. 4<yl j 11 Booth attorney at Law notary Public Anil conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House. North Broadway. 4<yl Camuel 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. Mitchells dental rooms. Crant Mitchell d. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. City Block a a new Philadelphia Her Raiffe a hardware store new Philadelphia times. Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. I and Ether administered. Diseases of the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1 the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey. Proprietor. The House Lias been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. 9yl Church directory. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday August 4, 18s7. Oitice in citizens National link Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 a Artlie 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 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Posto Allce order to the address of the proprietor. A address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Democratic state ticket. For governor Thomas e. Powell of Delaware. For lieutenant governor d. C. Co0lman, of Portage. For supreme judges l. R. Critchfield of Homes Long term. Vergil p. Klein of Cuya hoga Short term. For auditor of state Emil Keiswetter of Franklin. For state treasurer g. W. Harper of Greene. For attorney general William ii. Leeter of Defiance. For Board of Public works Peter Murphy of Butler. Senators�?18th and 19th districts. Ii Mortley of Coshocton county. A. I. Dorr of Noble county. The school conducted by prof. Kuhn will open again after the Institute Ute the pupils of ins. School wishing to at the same. The democratic Standard of Coshocton copied an article last week from the times touching the nomination for senator and credited it to the Standard of this City. Please give credit where credit is due Brethren ? the supreme court of Connecticut has recently decided that if two or More persons Combine to prevent by violence and intimidation an employer from retaining or employing certain persons or employees from entering into his service it is a criminal conspiracy at common Law. It is claimed that Jeff. Davis letter to the anti prohibitionists of Texas at their state Barbecue Cost the prohibitionists thousands of votes. He denounces prohibition on the ground that the world is governed too much Jeff surely is becoming a Republican when he starts out to abuse prohibitionists. Democratic county convention. The democrats of Tuscarawas county Are requested to meet at the usual places of holding their primary elections in the respective townships and election precincts on Friday september 2nd, 1887, from 3 of clock p. To 6 of clock p.m., except in the precincts of Goshen Mill and Dover townships where the meetings shall be held from 4 of clock p. To 7 of clock p. M., of said Dayan organize said meetings respectively by selecting a chairman and Secretary who shall act As tellers and proceed to choose by ballot delegates to represent said townships and election precincts in the democratic county convention to be held in new Philadelphia Ohio on saturday september 3rd. 1887, at 10 of clock a. In., to nominate candidates for the following offices and in the following order one representative one probate judge one county treasurer one county recorder one sheriff one clerk of the courts one prosecuting attorney one county commissioner one infirmary director. Also to transact such other business As May properly come before the county convention. Yaeli township and election precinct will be entitled to delegates in the county convention upon the following basis one for every 25 votes and one for every fraction of 13 votes cast for John Mcbride for Secretary of state in november 1886. Which will give each township and precinct the number of votes Here stated Auburn. 6 Bucks. 9 Clay. 5 Dover. 19 Franklin. 5 Fairfield. 3 Goshen precinct no. 1. 4 a 2. 9 a a 3. 10 a a 4. 2 Jefferson. 6 Lawrence. 7 Mill Uhei Cliville precinct no. A. I 3. Dennison a a. A a Newport a a. Oxford. Rush. J Salem. Id Sandy. 1 sugar reek. 9 Union. 1 Warren. 3 Warwick. 6 Washington. 4 Wayne. A a York. 5 total.173 the chairman and secretaries of the primary meetings will see that names of delegates chosen Are properly certified to the convention. By order of the democratic county Central committee. T. J. Evans chairman. W. H. Watson Secretary. Candidate announcements. For prosecuting attorney James g. Patrick. Some one says the age of a political party May be told by its Orleans Picayune. If the political rings in Tuscarawas co. Were taken As the Standard to judge from we should say the democratic party was quite aged and ready to die. The democracy in this county would do Well to sever its rings and save the party this fall. The Uhrichsville and Dennison fair will be held september 27th, 28th, 29th and 30th. The canal Dover fair will also be held september 27th, 28th, 29th Anil 30th. This seems to us a great mistake on the part of the managers of these societies to hold both fares on the same Days. It is detrimental to both. It should have been arranged for one to end at least two or three Days later than the other so As to give an Opportunity to attend both. Secretary Lamar Lias a Peculiar pension Case under consideration. A widow has filed a claim for pension arrearage allowed but not paid her husband. It is shown by the evidence which is not disputed that the woman killed her husband was for this tried convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment. The question arises As to whether under the circumstances she shall receive a Benefit which if not for her murderous act would have accrued to her husband. The Case is puzzling the Law officers of the Interior department. There is one matter of decided importance that deserves to be settled and that in an honest Way. Our town Leo Plo Olio i Avo ova ill of the water works Are using the water most freely. What we wish to know is this is an agent of the water works company after some months to be sent Here by the company Overlook these water meters and charge up each Patron with about a billion cubic feet of water if this is the Case we advise the users of the same to be cautious and not be caught with a fifty or Hundred Dollar water tax. Let this be due warning. A slide we gentleman told the writer that this is a game that is intended to be sprung on our citizens sometime in the cold Days so he careful and know what you do. Mercury in our composing room this wednesday p. M., registered 99�. The Sabbath school picnic at Shanesville on saturday last was a grand Success. A Michigan Man Stephen fish 86 years of age received a Sun stroke while binding Oats one Day last week. The recent fires m Uhrichsville has aroused the people of Dennison and Uhrichsville to a realization of the fact that they need lire engines and each town has purchased one. When a Man Kums to me for advice i find out the kind of advice he wants and i give it to him this satisfies him that he and 1 Are two As smart men As there is Billings. Charley the ten year old son of c. S. Harrell of Darlington county was playing in his fathers Yard with a coloured Hoy when they were struck by lightning and both instantly killed. It a boy has a natural Talent for any particular calling cultivate that Talent above every other. Do not wreck his life by making a poor preacher or a feeble lawyer out of material Well adapted to make a Fine Farmer. There was a fat Many a race up a certain Alley one night last week or rather Early in the morning in which the fast High Street Man Defeated West High Street. The stakes were Small As it was Only a race for Liberty. You will please keep this under your hat. The Young Peoples literary society of the presbyterian Church will give an a a hour with Dickens a at the Church on tuesday evening August 9, commencing at eight of clock. Admission 10 cts. Ice Cream and cake will be served in the Chapel at the close. The Public Are invited. Mark Cartwright one of the Mill men was caned saturday afternoon. Or. Cartwright is going Back to Niles to live and the boys thought it fit to give him a Little Surprise before leaving and when the Beautiful Gold headed Cane was brought Down on him he was completely knocked out. Mark has Many friends Here. Our mayor has got to he quite a Jester. There was a Young Man taken before him one Day recently for drinking. A a what have you got to say to the charge a asked his Honor. Young Many a the officer is mistaken your Honor. I Wasny to drunk i never get drunk in be got this drinking Down a so have i a said his Honor. A a the Tine is $10 and the Cleveland amp Marietta railway company Are to give another of then popular Low rate excursions to Niagara Falls and Chautauqua on tuesday August 16th, from Marietta Caldwell Cambridge Newtoni Erston and canal Dover. Tickets Good seven Days. First class coaches and Pullman sleeping cars. For rates of fare and further information see Bills Call on or address G. Jewett Gen. Pass. Agent Cambridge Ohio. 2w look Here. Railroad Outlook of Goshen township. For prosecuting attorney Samuel Moore of Goshen township. For clerk of the court James a. Meagh r. Of Sandy township for clerk of the court Samuel Mclean of Dover township. For clerk of the court Reichenbach Wjk a a of Wayne township. For clerk of court l. C. Zollars. Of sugar reek township. For clerk of the court William b. Brown. Of Goshen township. every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 of clock p. In. Sunday school at y a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. lords Day morning at 10 00 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day of each month. Sunday school at 9 of clock a. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 of clock p. Sunday school at 0 a. La Rayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 of clock. German reformed preaching every sunday at 1030.a. And 2 15 p. In., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday of morning service of each month concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 of clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. Lodge directory. The teachers Institute is in session in this City. Mcgarigle the Chicago Boodler landed Safe in Canada when he escaped from the sheriff. Canadas population is rapidly increasing but the new Comers will not be tillers of the soil. The democratic county convention of Jefferson county at its recent meeting nominated or. H. H. Mcfadden of the Steubenville Gazette As its candidate for Cadiz Republican. The democratic party of Jefferson county could not have made a better Choice. Or. Mcfadden is an Able Young Man fearless in advocating his views and advocates clean Cut democratic chapter. No. 38, r. A _ m., meets thursday before full Moon at a principles. Jefferson would be Well sonic Hall. City Block. Q p tayl0r n p represented if the party can elect him a Sanjel Getzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f a a a. Meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. I. Mella . G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights of Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. Beck. C. C w. Duncan. K. Of r. And s. Of 0. 0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 167, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall t. J. Zellner. N. G. R. A. Correll rec. Sec a. I. 0. 0. Of a Schoenbrun Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. C. Stempfly n. G. P. Skol rec. Sec a. I. O. 0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday of each month at Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. John i Unn . 1. A. Corrll scribe. Canton Tuscarawas no. 35, 1�?~. M., i. 0. O f., meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. R. 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. R. L. Crouch. Adjutant. Royal Council meets every first and third Friday of each Mouth in knights of pythias Hall. B a. P. Minnick. Regent j. H. Officer Secretary. National Union safety Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday of each month at u. Pre it. Wii. Bowers Cor. Sec a. Presented if the party in a Republican county. United Brethren preaching every Sun Day at 10 30 a. In. And 7 of clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sudaj school at 9 15 a. The Clinton Independent St. Johns mich., says no one who keeps informed was surprised at the enthusiasm in the Ohio democratic convention in endorsing the Cleveland administration. The fact that he has so Strong a column of supporters even in the Republican ranks not for any favouritism for republicans but for the staunch and successful Effort to make a clean administration is full of encouragement to the democratic party but is full of ominous admonitions to Mere partisans of both Gen. J. Comly editor and Propri Tor of the Toledo commercial died on the 28th ult., of heart and lung trouble. He was a native of Perry county this state became a practical Printer and afterwards a lawyer. He entered the army in president Hayes regiment the 23d Ohio was promoted to colonel and Breve Ted brigadier general for Gallant services in the Field. After the War he was editor of the state journal and postmaster at Columbus from 1872 to 1876 was appointed minister to the Sandwich islands in 1877, and served five years. The equity Lodge in. Of p. Of new Philadelphia dedicated their Beautiful Hall on thursday last. The preparations were elaborate and ample for the occasion. The program was carried out in the most satisfactory manner. A great Many lodges were invited and the following ones were represented Washington no. 10 Tuscarawas no. 15 Canby Marion no. 51 Cornet Medina no. 60 equity no. 73 Bakers Ville no. 79 Perry no. 87 Massillon Shanesville no. 97 Dion no. 102 new c. Belmont no. 109 Bridgeport Minerva no. 122 Niles 138 la Belle no. 160 Dover 163 invincible no. 176 Jefferson no. 181 Lodi 189 Orange no. 193 Carrollton no. 197 Central no. 212 Navarre no. 240 Wilmont no. 246 Woodland 226. The new Philadelphia band was employed for the occasion and in company with the reception committee escorted the various lodges from the trains. The Forenoon of the Day was spent in social greeting and conversation with the members of the different lodges. One of the marked features of the occasion was the dinner and supper prepared by the ladies at the Casino rink. Never did fair women do More for the social enjoyment and entertainment than did the ladies of new Philadelphia on this occasion for the k. Of p. And their friends. A Bountiful Supply of All the edibles necessary for the inner Man was prepared and served up in splendid style by the Many merry cheerful ladies. And Many times did we hear tie remark a these kind ladies Are entitled to great credit for the Success of the and we Are sure they have the Best wishes of every member of the Lodge. The grand Chancellor of Ohio arrived at 2 of clock and the procession formed on South Broadway marching around two squares. There were at least 250 in the Parade. After arriving again at Castle Hall the dedicatory services was performed by the grand Lodge under the direction of the grand Chancellor. Dedicating officers were grand chancellors Hon s a court Marion. A g v cd John a Buchanan new Philadelphia. A g prelate of m Corl Navarre. A g m of exp a a Everitt Uhrichsville. A g m off a w Baggs Bridgeport. A g k of r so so or s l Mccurdy Dennison. A g m at a a b Ackerman Orrville. A g i go a f Yon Kanel Massillon. Ago go a p Wolf Wilmont. Herald pc George w Bowers new Philadelphia. After which an address was delivered by j. A. Buchanan. The audience then adjourned to Casino rink for supper. It was a very enjoyable affair. The k. Of p. Order is rapidly growing. The Standard made a bad mistake when it said last week that a certain photographer spoiled ten dollars Worth of pictures in order to present a cent to the Monkey that accompanied the grind Organ Man. It was the Standard proprietor that was so enthusiastic to see the Monkey and test its monetary qualifications that suffered a loss and the Foreman lost his pipe. I sympathize very much with the Standard people. The Monkey evidently Felt very much at Home in that office and imagined himself really among its kind in the Oriental climate of Madagascar. Photographer. Worse than a Snake Story. Extending the Wheeling amp Lake Erie surveyed from Bowerston nearly to Martins ferry. Significance of some other Railroad rumours in this county. Under the above heading the Wheeling intelligencer of last saturday publishes the following statement. They contain nothing More than has been published in this paper for several weeks past but will be of interest As showing How our Wheeling neighbors Are getting waked up. The intelligencer says last evening a corps of twelve civil engineers and assistants arrived at Martins ferry and put up at the Hanover hotel. They Are employed in running the line of the Wheeling amp Lake Erie Railroad for its Extension from the present temporary terminus at Bowers town Ohio on the Panhandle forty Miles from Wheeling to the original terminus As projected a a the City limits of the City of Wheeling in the township of peace and county of Belmont in the state of this is the technical description of the Point at the West end of the projected Railroad Bridge Over the River from North Wheeling to Martins ferry. This corps of engineers yesterday completed its work to Glens run a few Miles up the River on the Ohio Side. To finish the line is now the work of a few hours. This inspires Confidence in the scheme of Extension Anil gives Point to a number of vague reports recently circulated. One of these is that Steps Are to be taken to Transfer to the w. Amp l. Road the subscription of $150,000 made by Ohio county to the Cannon Ball line. Neither Road under the terms of subscription can itself of a cent of the subscription until the track is Laid in Wheeling and the cars running Over the River Bridge into the City. Some time ago there was raised in this City a subscription of $350,000 toward the Bridge. This fact was never before printed. The subscription was made in the form of traffic Bonds the company building the Bridge to earn the Money by the transportation of freight. A gentleman visited Wheeling last september to make careful inquiry into the amount of freight handled Here. Iii report to the Syndicate whom he represented was definite and satisfactory and it is now believed by those on the inside of the matter that it is ouly a matter of a Short time when a through line of Road shall run through Wheeling Over a Bridge at the North end of town. Personal mention. A very Peculiar Accident occurred on a farm just beyond a a the Point a yesterday morning. Or. Simpson bought a lot of dynamite cartridges and was engaged in blowing up stumps in his Yard. He had a lot of hogs roaming about the place. Near the noon hour his family who were at dinner were startled by a very Loul report and hurrying to the window to find the cause saw a Cloud of dust arise from the ground. An investigation showed that two hogs and one horse were blown to atoms. It is supposed that one of the hogs had swallowed a dynamite Cartridge. A farm hand saw the horse kick one the hogs in the belly and the very next instant the explosion followed. There was no Trace of the hog left and a Hole several feet in depth was left in the ground. The other animals were left dead on the Sod. The explosion was very violent and heard several Miles from the scene. A number of the window glasses were shattered and the family much inquirer. Enumeration of male citizens Over Twenty one years of age of Tuscarawas county reported by the .1 assessors of their respective townships to the clerk of courts townships. Auburn. Bucks. Clay. Dover. Fairfield. White. 2553062991,129248 cold Goshen precinct 1 212 <4 u 2. 682 6 u a 3 607 a a a a a a u u 4 210jefferson. 275lawrence. 398mill precinct 1 479 2 it i 1348 15 a a a a 3 313dennison. T. 590 1 Oxford. A a a a a a a a. 496 1 Perry. 255 Rush. A a a a a a a a. 252salem. 480sandy. 476 2 sugar reek. 366union. 160warren. A a a a a a a a. 233warwick. 249washington. 233wayne. 316york. 259 totals. .10,387 27 which shows an increase of 1,015 votes since the last enumeration in 1873. Mrs. Pilling is visiting relatives in Millersburg Ohio. Or. Onn Saley of Alliance was in our town Over sunday. Or. Thomas Crowley is now employed in the Columbus Carriage works. Mrs. Samuel Moore is visiting relatives and friends in Harrison county. Or. De. King of Youngstown Ohio is Home visiting his folks. Or. O. Knisely spent monday with his daughters in Newcomerstown. Miss Kate Welty has just returned from a visit to relatives in Niles Ohio. Misses Kate and Annie Mcelroy contemplate a visit for a week at Chippewa Lake. Or. Thomas Pollock was Home at Niles visiting his relatives the past few Days. Miss Annie of Connell of Niles is visiting her brother Thomas of Connell this City. Miss Rue Bostwick of Minerva was visiting her aunt mrs. F. W. Root the past week. Or. And mrs. David la Milf have returned from a visit to her fathers in Coshocton Ohio. Mrs. Rose of Tippecanoe is visiting at the residence of Rev. Phillips her brother in Law. V. Smith of Babcock Hurd is co., of Cleveland is spending a week at Home in this City. Bennie Schweitzer travelling agent for Bowman bros., of Cleveland was Home on a Wolc Viii or. Flinker of East Liverpool spent saturday and sunday with his Young friends in new Philadelphia. Mrs. Sloss of Greenville pa., Mother of mrs. Bub Hay is visiting at the residence of the latter this City. The stockholders of the Wheeling amp Lake Erie railway will hold a meeting at Toledo <>., on the 15th instant. The majority of the Stock is now held by Sidney Dillon and when lie is there the biggest part of the company is present. One Point to be determined at this mooting is Iii to m line from Bowerstown to the Ohio River. The line by Hopedale is shortest by six Miles but the grades on the Cadiz line More than compensate for this on a Coal Road. Recently a Survey was made from Sherrodsville to the Stone Fork of Stillwater near station 15, on the Panhandle. This Survey was made by the w. Amp l. Tie object can Only be surmised to be to find a route into this Valley with a less expensive Tunnel than at Bowerston on either of the routes East from that Point. If the Road takes the Stone Fork route it will be built by the Jefferson Belmont amp Harrison railway company recently incorporated and afterwards merged in the w. Amp l. The Cannon Ball has not much vitality left. Gen. Jones and or. A. 1l Paul talk a great Deal about building it. But a citizen of it. Vernon informed us that some of the subscriptions made were made on the condition that the Road should be built within one year and this would indicate that All there was in the Cannon Ball was the Harrison county end. In the Light of these facts we do not consider that any subscriber would run much risk in making a subscription to the w. Amp l. E., or in giving it the right of Sentinel. It looks As if some of the citizens in the Northern part of Ohio were incorporating railroads for the purpose of circumventing the inter state com Meree Law. However the Case in Point May be the Fountain head of a great Railroad Syndicate. The Secretary of state has incorporated the Cleveland amp Wheeling Railroad company extending through the counties of Carroll Harrison Jefferson and Belmont. The Termini Are in Sherrodsville Orange town ship Carroll county and Bellaire Belmont county. J. C. Emarine John Fisher e. T. Spangler j. W. Gassing Ham Charles blood and Harry c. Her big Are the Cadiz re pub lieu. The z. N. Is c. Railroad company have completed the Survey from Bakersville to the head of old town Valley and we Are told find the route available. We Hope to hear soon of the location Over the route to new Philadelphia. Will new Philadelphia improve the Opportunity now and raise the other $4,000 and secure the Road ? another Effort will be made in a few Days and you should be prepared to say what you will do. American capital in China. London August 1. The Standard publishes a dispatch from Shanghai this morning which states that a company of american capitalists among whom Jay Gould is prominently mentioned have through the polish court Mitkiewicz and Viceroy i founded an american chinese Bank with a capital of $200,000, mostly american. The Bank will receive and disburse All moneys of the Imperial and provincial governments. It will also have charge of Railroad and Telegraph contracts the coinage Issue Bank notes and manage various other matters. The news has created a panic among foreign financiers. Messes. Geo. Taylor John Judy or. Smith and c. B. Harvey attended the races in Cleveland last week. Or. Charles Harris has returned from Washington where he has been looking after his Patent Nail feeder. Miss Kate Miskimmon will soon leave for Ada Ohio where she will Complete her collegiate course of literary studies. Or. De. Smith manager of the Mill Here leaves monday next for Minnesota to look after the Harvest on his. Or. T. P. Robbins has moved in a. T. Raiffe a new House on North Broadway and will take charge of the Mills Here in the absence of or. Smith. Or. And mrs. Frank Silver and children of Youngstown Ohio Are visiting at the residence of her father Robert Crowley on Ray Street. Or. Oliver Peters Harry Allamon de. Slingluff Chas. Baker and or. Deis enjoyed a shooting spree with the new Philadelphia boys on last Friday or. Peters carrying off the honors. The wedding of miss Kate of Connell to or. Daniel Griffin late of new Philadelphia is announced to take place in the Catholic Church at Niles Ohio. James Kaldenbaugh we. And de. Kennedy will Knisely de. Walters Harry Stewart and others with their ladies spent a very enjoyable Day at Zoar. _ or. John ready City Oil merchant Lias had his Siead shaved. Stell Knisely and a1 Harris will follow suit next week. The reason is their Best girl has gone on a visit. Brevi ties jell Davis has written a letter denouncing the Texas struggle for prohibition. Mckee a cons and Kings Glass factories made a $150,000 Blaze in Pittsburg sunday. One robber held up two Texas stage coaches at the same time in Blanche county and got a Good haul. The whole country is suffering sex Tremel from drought and rain is greatly needed especially in the West. Drexel the new York banker has offered tie Mcgregor cottage in which Grant died to the g. A. R. Forsythe ga., citizens gave j. W. Austin who assaulted his daughter 75 lashes and run him out of town. Tobacco prices have increased 50 to 100 per cent during july owing to the Sharp speculation. Illinois courts decided the state Law against bucket shops valueless. The courts issued injunctions that made the Law practically useless. Joseph Rich of Richmond ind. Tried to beat a passenger train Over a crossing Friday. Rich his baby and Mother in Law were instantly killed and his wife horribly mangled. Claimed that a Missouri Pacific contract firm has been making a pile of Money sending people Over the Road free As tie cutters and collecting from $2 to $5 from each for transportation. Akron drillers Are 400 feet Down and have struck that Burns six feet High and blows Loose Rin k out of the Hole. They Are going deeper hoping to get More with greater pressure. Susie Beck the pretty Indiana girl who eloped with preacher West was undoubtedly murdered As St. Louis doctors have discovered Large quantities of arsenic in her stomach. Circulars will let a sent All Over the country ordering the arrest of West. A Cam of to vol it it a a a a chinese Railroad hands at Odessa saturday night and after brutally treating the celestial stole All their Money. Several other Camps were visited. Every conceivable torture was inflicted on the chinese to make them give up their Gold. Some were Hung up until almost dead others beaten and some held on hot stoves. Judge Bond sitting in the United states District court to Day decided that Thomas Wiggins known All Over the world As a a Blind Tom a the pianist shall he delivered on or before August 16th into the custody of mrs. Eliza Bethune who represents Charity Wiggins the Mother of Blind Tom and that James s. Bethune who has had charge of him shall at the same time Over to mrs. Bethune the sum of $7,000 for past services. An inquest was held Over the body of James Scott who was killed near Ren Rock last week and the conclusion reached that he came to his death by blows from an a in the hands of we. George. George was arrested and taken to Zanesville where he waived examination and was committed to jail. It seems that George got Scott to leave his Home and go across the Muski Ngum county line which was Only 100 or 200 Yards Distant by making him Lavieve a horse was Down and should be helped up and then killed him. He then tried to get mrs. Scott to leave the House but failed. The supposition is that his object was to get the parents away and then rape the daughter a girl 13 or 14 year old. He was charged with an offence of that character Only a few months Caldwell press. Obituaries. Augustan a deluge i Matching in the streets of a Southern City. We had the pleasure of meeting or. I. H. Blythe prosecuting attorney for Carroll county on thursday last. He was in attendance at the dedication of the k. Of p. Hall. Or. Stell Knisely Lias concluded to take a course in theology. Success Stell. It has a depressing influence on another Young gent on North Broadway. What is one Many a Joy is another a sorrow. Or. And mrs. K. A Arnold have returned Home from their wedding trip but we Are sorry to learn that mrs. Arnold is suffering from a severe attack of Quinsey. She is convalescing at present. Or. And mrs. John Burry daughter Ella and miss May Wilson have gone to Chautauqua for a few weeks. We Are of the opinion there will be a couple of disconsolate Young men in town for a few weeks. J. W. Rolli the live postmaster at Stone Creek paid us a Friendly Call on saturday last and remembering the delinquencies of several of our subscribers at that place added the amount to our exchequer. Frederick am son of John Arn this City died on thursday morning lat of lung trouble. Or. Arn was a Young Man of �?~25 years and while m health an energetic business Man. He bad been in Missouri for some time and Bis health failing him he returned Home unto his fathers where he remained until his death. He was a Young Man of excellent character and habits and respected by All who knew him. Many were his friends who followed him to his last resting place sunday afternoon. It is sad to see one in tie prime of life Cut Down and taken from his friends when his path of life and usefulness seemed so Brilliant. The people of new Philadelphia deeply sympathize with the friends of tie deceased. Or. Jacob Young one of tin oldest citizens of new Philadelphia died thursday last of a complication of diseases natural to old age. Or. Young was an exemplary citizen and Well known throughout the country. He leaves the widow and three children. New Philadelphia has lost in the person of or. Young one of the old and substantial land Marks who has been identified with the interests of our City for Many years and whose decease will Call up recollections of by gone Days to Many old citizens and friends of or. Young. He was buried on saturday in the new Philadelphia cemetery. Days of pouring rain fill Georgia Rivers to overflowing the City almost entirely flooded. Buildings and Bridges swept away. Augusta ga., August 1. The Savannah River now registers 35 Teet. Seven eights of the City is hooded to a depth of from one to 20 feet and in Many instances the water is in the second Story of the houses. In the Southern part of the City the canal Bank burst sunday and lombards Mammoth Iron foundry is in danger of being swept away. Over 200 boats Are employed in moving people away. In Hamburg across the River the water is up to the tops of the smaller houses. The South Carolina a port Royal Railroad trestle across the River has been swept away and the Bridges proper have been in such danger that All trains have been stopped. Every factory in the City has shut Down and the prospects Are that they will remain so for some time. Reports from up the River Are that it is pouring rain and it is feared the entire City will lie hooded. Sunday afternoon tie water was so deep on the streets that yachts were sailing about the City. The Man with the tin dinner pail. Market reports times office August 4, 1887. Flour Patent # bbl. $ 5 10 a a a a # sack. 1 25 Best family # bbl. $ 4 45 Amber sack. 1 15 a a a a new proc. 1 50 wheat Bushel. 75 corny new # Bushel. 60 Oats new # Bushel. 27 Rye Bushel. 66 butter Pound. 10@16 eggs dozen. 10 buckwheat flour Pound. 03 hams Pound. 10 shoulders Pound. 08 sides Pound. 08 lard Pound. 08 tallow a Pound. 3$ beef Pound. 07@15 Salt Goshen barrel. 1 15 White Lime barrel. 1 00 Akron cements barrel .135 calcined plaster barrel. 2 25 land plaster # ton. 9 00 a barrel 1 50 potatoes Bushel new 50 60 dried peaches Bushel .1 65 rags Pound. 01 onions Bushel. 75 Hay ton new. 8 00 Timothy seed Bushel .2 25 Wool. 33 fertilizers 35 00 our real estate column. 1 lie Man with the tin dinner pail is a common sight upon the streets says the Rome Sentinel. You see so Many of his class every Day that perhaps you have never Given it a second thought. On my Way Down town the other morning i Lell in behind a Man with a dinner pail and walked tie Hind him several blocks. He was on his Way to his daily Anil he waited with the air of one buoyant with health and Hope. I fell to ruminating 011 the usefulness of this army of men with tin pails who go to and return from their workshops Day in and Day out the year round As regularly As tie Sun rises and sets. They Are the Bone and sinew of the land the foundation Stone of the Republic the keystones of the great Arch of american Progress. The merchant the capitalist the statesman Are useful and necessary components of the body politic hut All Are dependent on the Man with the dinner pail. The capitalist May have millions at his command but his Money is of 110 use to him unless the wheels of the workshops and the railroads go round and they cannot to get kept in motion without the help of the Man with the dinner pail. The merchant fills an important place in the Community hut without the patronage of the Man with the dinner pail he could not do business Long. The statesman who makes the Laws depends on the vote of the Man with the dinner pail to create him a Law maker. What Power is concentrated in the army of men trudging daily Between Home and workshop what a Power for Good or evil. Combined under one Banner they could def the world Atlanta and the suppression of the liquor traffic. Or. Al. Harris will spend a week with his parents and friends in Niles Ohio. That is what Al. Says but How about the camping party from Warren which he has been talking about this May lie All right Al., but How does it look ? we opine that a certain charming Young lady of Warren will become very a a tired a Ere the week is Over. Going to visit a a a and May Are you ? Rev. L. L. Uhl missionary in India will preach in the lutheran Church of this place next sunday morning. This county Campaign is warming. Married. the lutheran parsonage in new Philadelphia july 28th, by l. Kuhns d. D., or. Edward w. Denzler of Cleveland and miss Bertha Groetzinger of Bolivar. A car Load of cholera was shipped in on the c. Amp p. Monday and distributed among our grocers. A Michigan Constable. How a country prepared himself for a City expedition. There was a country Constable in town yesterday in search of a fugitive from Justice. The fugitive was a let of who was very lame in one leg and who had lost three fingers from one hand. The officer called at various places in his search and at the third Street depot was inventoried by some of the Hack men. That proceeding disclosed the following Stock on hand one big revolver. One Small revolver. One pair of shackles. One pair of hand cuffs. One a a one policeman a Baton. One constables Star. One warrant for a Small boy. A is he dangerous a queried one of the Hae Kmen in speaking of the fugitive. A a i done to know As to that a replied the officer a a but Here is the Point. Suppose i arrest that boy on the Street and after in be got him shackled and handcuffed a crowd jumps in on me and wants to take him away. Dye suppose in be come in Here of he intimidated by any thing like two or three Hundred infuriated men it you bet i Haven to fir Oil free press. The following extract from the Atlanta Constitution reviewing the past years experience of the City affords food for thought but needs no comment. Its full effect will by appreciated when it is remembered that the Constitution was a consistent opponent of prohibition before that measure received the popular vote and became Law. A a prohibition has not injured the City financially. According to the assessors books property in the City has increased Over $2,000,000. Taxes have not been increased. The loss of $40,000 Rev Enue consequent on closing tie saloons has tended in 110 degree to impede the City a Progress 111 any direction. Large appropriations have been made to the j water works the Public Seii ools the Piedmont fair and other improvements. The business men have raised $400,000 to by Iii the Atlantic and Haw Kinsville Railroad. The null ice of City Banks is to be increased to five. The coming of four new railroads has been settled during the year. Fifteen new stores containing House furnishing goods have been started since prohibition went into effect. These Are doing Well. More furniture has i ice 11 sold to mechanics and la siring men 111 the last twelve months than in any twelve months during the history of the City. The manufacturing establishments of the City have received new life. A Glass factory has Lieen built. A Cotton seed Oil Mill is being built Worth $125,000. Alt improvement companies with a basis in real state have seen their Stock doubled in value since the election on prohibition. A a stores in which the liquor Trade was conducted Are not vacant but Are now occupied by other lines of Trade. According to the real estate men More la Librers and men of limited Means Are buying lots than Ever Lefore. Rents Are More promptly paid than formerly. More houses Are rented by the same number of families than Ever before. Before prohibition sometimes As Many As three families would live in one House. The Heads of these families now not spending their Money for drink Are each Able to rent a House thus using three instead of one. Workingmen who formerly spent a great part of tin in Money for liquor now spend it in of a of and clothes for their families. The retail grocery Inen sell More goods and collect their Bills better than Ever before. Thus they Are Able to Settle More promptly with wholesale Renews her youth. Mrs. Phoebe Chesley Peterson Clay county Iowa tells the following remarkable Story the truth of which is vouched for by the residence of the town a a i am 73 years old Havo been troubled with kidney complaint and lameness for Many years could not dress myself we Huff help. Now i am free from All pain and soreness and am Able to do. All my own Housew Ork. I owe my thanks to electric bitters for having renewed my youth and removed completely All disease and try a bottle Only 50c at Millers drug store. F. C. Miller amp son look at our real estate column this week. Several Western farms for Sale or Trade. Will Trade for Good town property in Ohio or Stock of goods. Lands just As represented. These Are Good Grain and Stock farms in a Rich country around the town of Miller Dakota. We have Many other properties Tor Sale or Trade. Any one wishing to Purchase or Trade will do Well to write us or if you want to buy Western lands in Kansas or Missouri Call on us. We have reliable correspondents in nearly every county. I am a member of the real estate advertising Agency with its head quarters at Kansas City. Nearly All the reliable real estate agents of Kansas Are members and the business is done in a Safe and reliable Way. Any information Given is reliable. Y our a a Rohon Dinice is solicited. For Sale. 180 acres of land situated within two Miles of new Philadelphia Would he sold As a whole or divided to suit purchasers. 140 acres situated near tie town of Strasburg. 140 acres situated three and one half Miles from new Philadelphia Ohio. Nearly All the land in the above tracts Are Good Plain and River Bottom lands. Inquire of S. Romig attorney at Law. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. 28tf for Sale. A Small farm of 68 acres known As the Peter older tract on Pike run adjoining Coal mine no. 2. There Are three dwelling houses on the premises two Orchards and a school House. Sixty acres cleared and under Good cultivation and Good fences. All in grass. Terms reasonable. Possession can Ini Given at any time. For particulars Call on S. Romig at times office or William Oliver Pike run. 39tf amp Vail the practical reliable and responsible dentists of Twenty years experience will perform All mechanical and operative dentistry except Gold filling sat ten i it or cent less than any of the unexperienced a cheap John dentist quacks carpenters or students who Are advertising work at half Price using the same material used by them. First class work at our usual Price office in Exchange Block new Philadelphia Ohio. 20tf for Good thirty horse Power portable saw Mill of the Scheidler is Mcnamar make. Cost$2,700. Has been in use five years but has lately been put in the l est of order with new hues 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 Lor $750. Now is a Chance for a great bargain. For further particulars Call at tin times office. For Sale at Mineral Point Ohio two lots the rear end of which abuts on the is i Railroad in a Good location in Central part of town. No improvements. These lots Are no 9 and 10, and Are Good lots for business. Will sell the two for $400 in payments or $350 in Cash. For further information Call at s. Moore a Law office new phila., it. Of 1 have several tracts of excellent land in Dakota that 1 am authorized to sell or Trade. Will Trade for real estate in Ohio or for a Stock of goods of any kind. Now is a Chance for bargains. This land is Good and title Good and will increase rapidly in value. You can get a Fine Raric farm cheap. For further information Call at the times office. Of for Good farm�?107j acres lying about two Miles West of Beech City in Good condition 20 acres Timber log House Good barn Good Spring at the House and water in every Field. School House on Corner of land. Land lies rolling. Will take $60 or acre $2,500 Down and the remainder in payments. For further information Call at the Law office of same a Moore. For sorghum Mill arranged for steam or horse Power. It is in Good order and will sell for $50. Also an Iron water tank mounted on two wheels and will hold six barrels is suitable for thrashing purposes. Will sell for $40. For information write the times office. Of for Good second hand four horse Power engine and boiler almost As Good As new including All attachments. Will sell for $150. A bargain in it. For further particulars inquire at the times office or Call on a. A. Fradenburgh port Washington 40tf i have for Sale or Trade a Good Hothir ing Mill in the state of Iowa. It is a paying property. Call at the times office for information. Of for first class cards Bill Heads letterheads etc., on Short notice Call at the times office

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