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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 5, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday augusts 1886. Hew Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore proprietor. W. H. Watson editor. Thursday july 29, 1886. Office ill citizens National rank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. A the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia. Ohio at the following Kates one year Cash in advance.$1 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Posto Allce order to the address the proprietor. 3address All matter intended for publication to the editor. Laws newspapers. Democratic ticket 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 lie a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without forming the publishers and the paper is sent to the former direction they Are held responsible notice should always be Given removal. If subscribers refuse neglect to take papers from the office place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to discontinue. Official directory. District. Congress. State senator. Beriah Wilkins Geo. W. Crites common pleas Paree county. Representative. Probate judge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins a. Figert g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey j. Kennedy j. G. Neumann s. Rufer a w. E. Lash it. Benner 0. Ii. Hoover j. Wherley it w. Rogers l. Krantz Sec City. Daniel Korns. James 11. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. Win. Campbell. Andrew Erwin. Mayor clerk marshal Street commissioner Council justices. Names. Daniel Krebs. James w Stoutt George Bear. Isaac couts. Henry Deible. T Richardson. R g Galbraith. T k Robinson. Philip a Garver John Smith. Jas Galbraeth. John Milone. Samuel Moore. T b Rankin. L s Winsch. And Timmerman. S y Renneker. Is Mckinney. Win e Beck. Samuel c Kline. J h Gardner. Robot Coruthers John Wetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. To Stocker. T ii Mozena. Joseph Lealen. Chas f Davis. C c Fernsel. Levi Travis. J w Newbury. Jos ii Hostetter Nich Montag. Wesley m Tracy John b Jones. Hiram Echman. David Breymeir Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett. John s Spring. Charles h Ellers John w Roll. Hugh t Minnis. C w Kinsley. 1 h Kuhn. M s Wagner. J i. Bald win. Townships. Clay. W Ayne. Perry. Washington Bucks. Sugar Creek. Warwick. Warren. Franklin. Goshen. Rush. Mill. Goshen. Rush. Clay. Perry. Fairfield. Sandy. Goshen. Lawrence. Warren. Washington Wayne. York. Bucks. Salem. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Franklin. Auburn. Dover. Dover. Dover. Lundy. Auburn. Warwick. Lawrence., sugar Creek Salem. Jefferson., Fairfield. Jefferson. Goshen. Oxford. York. Union. Union. Post office. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Cadwallader. Paoli. Baltic. Shanesville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. New Philada a. Gnadenhutten. Gnadenhutten. Cadwallader. New Phi lady a. Mineral City. New Philada a. Bolivar. New Cumberland Albany. Dundee. New Philada a. Baltic. Port Washington Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomerstown Strasburg. Ragersville. Canal Dover. Casual Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City a Rogersville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Shanesville. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. New Philada a. Newcomerstown Black band i Uhrichsville. Lees i lie. Church directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lords Day morning at 10 30 a. In. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 9 clock a. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. In. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. German 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 morning service each Mouth concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. Lodge directory. U50nic.�?Tuscarawas chapter no. 38, r. A. I., meets thursday before full Moon at a Only tall. City Block. 0 p tayl0r a a p Aniki. Getzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177,f. Amp a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. Mcl l v a Ink w. G. Taylor Sec a. Ii gifts Lodge no. I meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block very evening. W e c Duncan k. Of r. And s. A. 0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, ices every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows a. Correll rec. Sec a. F. Kislig n. G. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets very monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall Ity Block. C Stempfly n g. Skol rec. Sec a. 0. Encampment meets every it cond and fourth Friday each month at id Fellows Hall City Block. J. J. Parr c. P. A. Correll scribe. I. 0. . P. U. C., no. 8, meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fel is Hall City Block. R. J. W. Dodd Secretary. L Crawford Post no. 6, meets very first and third monday night at their a quarters in Centre Block. Geo. W. Bowers commander. Fal Arcanum philos Council meets Ery first and third Friday each month in nights pythias Hall. W h. Miller . Bigler Secretary. Tonal Council no 52, sets every second and fourth wednesday Ich month at g. R. Hall. A a _ e. Kaserman pres m. Bowers Cor. Sec a. Francis Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office re citizens National Bank new Philadel Lia Ohio. Smuel Moore member Congress Beriah Wilkins Tuscarawas county. County ticket. For commissioner w. E. Lash Lawrence township. For infirmary director Delong. Salem township. For Coroner w. E. Beck Goshen township. Democratic state Conven Tion. Columbus o., june 10, 1886. The democratic state convention will be held in Toledo the 17th and 18th August 1886. The delegates each congressional District will Convene at 8 clock p. On the 17th, for the purpose electing one vice president from each District and one member for each the various committees. The convention will be called to order at 10 a. On the 18th to nominate a candidate for Secretary state judge the supreme court common schools and member the Board Public works. The basis representation in this convention is one Delegate to every Tive Hundred and one for every fraction two Hundred and fifty votes East for governor George Hoadley in Octola 1885. Under this apportionment Tuscarawas is entitled to nine delegates. The whole number delegates is 663�? necessary to a Choice 333. A. Clayton vice can item. State committee. J. Tobias Sec a. The United states cashier. Death Samuel j. Tilden. The Sage Greystone Samuel j. Tilden died at 8 45 a. Wednesday morning and thus ends a life full Honor and usefulness at the age 72 years. He was the idol democracy and the beloved the people and a Man whose every act and word was patriotic. He was a great statesman but a greater Patriot and the news his death will Sadden the hearts All lovers their country. Or. Tilden had been in very feeble health for some time yet his sudden demise wednesday morning was entirely unexpected. The end was peaceful and quiet. The immediate cause . Tilden a death was failure the heart following an acute attack diarrhoea and nausea. There were present at the time . Tilden a Niece miss Gould and doctors Charles e. Simonds and Samuel Swift. Samuel Jones Tilden was born in new Lebanon Columbia county n. Y., feb. 9, 1814. At the age 19 he entered Yale University where he studied for sometime but completed his course at the University new York and was admitted to the bar immediately after. The liquor Law. Attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio professional business entrusted to his care Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining count will receive prompt and careful attention be Over citizens National Bank Section eight the Dow Law does not include in the phrase a trafficking in intoxicating liquors a manufacturers their agents and in several places where the prohibition ordinance has been passed and put in Force Saloon keepers have received Back the $200 paid by them to the county treasurer and Are Selling by the gallon in packages a As agents for manufacturers. The following letter from the attorney general the state would seem to Settle this question so far As Section eight is concerned to Hon. Emil Kieswetter auditor the state. Dear sir a in reply to the inquiry referred to me by you i have to say Section 8 the act passed 14th, 1886, L., 83, p. 157commonly called the Dow liquor Law defines the phrase a a trafficking in intoxicating liquors a As used in the act. It does not include the manufacture intoxicating liquors from the raw material and the Sale thereof by the manufacturer a a in quantities one gallon More at any one the manufacturer thereof has the right to sell Beer in quantities if not less than one gallon without being liable for the special tax and it is obvious that he May do this by his agent employee. It does not matter at which place it is sold at How Many different places in the state so Long As it is sold by an agent acting exclusively for his employer and in Good Faith but when an Agency is established As a regular Agency for the Sale Beer and liquors and such agent is Selling a salary commission for a number different persons employers in such Case in my opinion the special tax would have to he paid. Yours truly j. A. Kohler attorney general. A recently married couple from new York greatly enjoyed a novel and adventurous wedding trip in carrying out their Mutual taste for sailing. After the marriage ceremony they went a new York Steamer to fall River from whence they started alone a Small Schooner rigged Rowboat Only fourteen feet Long and cruised through different Waters until they reached Point Judith which was rounded in a severe Gale wind and rain. The Little boat rocked and danced Over the rough Waves in a Way to intimidate a a land woman a but the fearless Little Bride simply Drew an Ulster Over her White nautical dress and enjoyed the fun. They arrived in Hartford during the unique honeymoon and were enthusiastically greeted by members the Hartford Canoe club who afterwards towed the Schooner Rowboat containing the laughing and sea Loving couple Down the Connecticut River by a tug boat to the Banks their future Home. Sam Jones gives some very wholesome advice to political prohibitionists. He says a prohibition with politics will help politics hut done to you put politics in your prohibition. If you do you Are gone. You see i put sugar in my coff be to help my Coffee hut if you put your Coffee in your sugar your sugar is ruined. There is no station Earth in any country in which there is so great a degree personal and immediate responsibility As that cashier the limited states Treasury. The daily transactions Over the Cashiers counter will average $4,000,000 in Cash coming and going a very Large proportion which is in paper Money which must course be counted and inspected by the cashier and his assistants. This is about the daily average but there have been Days when the transactions owing to some great financial operation the Treasury and the culmination liabilities from Many different quarters at the same time amounted to As much As $60,000,000 Cash m a single Day. An idea can be gained from this the magnitude this great Cashiers responsibility. But this is not All. The cashier the Treasury shares another and very great responsibility with two other men a the United states treasurer and the confidential employee known As the a a vault these three men and they alone have a knowledge the combination the numbers which will open the government vaults. When it is considered How few it would take to conspire to Rob the Treasury successfully As Many millions As could be carried off expeditiously provided one these men entered into it the wonder suggests itself that such a splendid temptation has been allowed to go unimproved in these Days financial crashes and sudden flights to Canada. It is absolutely within the Power say ten men to carry off live fifty millions in Money secretly from t lie Treasury and get Well out the Way before the Money would be missed. This is a Mere suggestion growing out the vast responsibility and Trust imposed by the government in the one Small and poorly paid official who does the financial business All the government pays every employee the government great and Small in every department and ramification the service Sells and redeems government Bonds and other paper and sits in judgment upon the genuineness the millions upon millions currency that pass through his hands. Of course it is physically impossible for one Man to attend personally to the vast run business. It is really done by a corps skilled and trusted assistants who Are looked after with unceasing vigilance by their chief. All difficult questions Are submitted to the cashier and usually he determines them finally and accurately in a marvellously Short time. Indeed quickness judgment is an indispensable requisite for the Cashiers place lie must he capable reaching conclusions unerringly and As near instantly As skill and adapt Bil Ity will admit. The great cashier sitting in judgment in a matter involving thousands and even hundreds thousands will reach a conclusion summon an assistant instruct him As to the course to he pursued and the transaction he half completed Over the counter before the heavy weights other bureaus departments could concentrate their minds the Job before them for even a fair beginning a deformation. The Dow liquor Law a boiled the essential provisions the Dow liquor Law Are As follows when a boiled Down a 1. That each person firm corporation engaged in the liquor traffic shall be taxed at the rate $200 per year As provided in sections 1 and 3, for Selling whiskey Beer and wine and at the rate $100 per year for Selling Beer wine both exclusively spirituous liquors. 2. Such assessments shall operate As a Lien upon the real property and in which such business is conducted and shall take precedence All other liens. 3. If a dealer fails to make accurate returns he shall be assessed $400 if later in the year he Sells other liquors than those accounted for $250 shall be added to his assessment if he fails to pay the assessment when due Twenty per cent shall be added. The county treasurer is authorized to collect these assessments and penalties by order distress and Sale. 4. The provisions the act do not apply to sales liquor prescriptions to distillers who sell by the gallon barrel. 5. One fourth the fines thus collected go to the county poor fund the other three fourths Are equally divided Between the police and the general expense funds the corporation in which they Are collected. 6. The Sale intoxicating liquors sunday is prohibited under penalty $100 Fine and thirty Days imprisonment hut municipal corporations May allow the traffic to be conducted sunday. 7. Any municipal corporation has Power to regulate prohibit the Sale intoxicating liquors. 8. A penalty $100 Fine and thirty Days imprisonment shall be imposed whosoever Sells intoxicating liquors to a minor to a Man already intoxicated to an habitual drunkard. A Washington dispatch says a Hon. Beriah Wilkins feels gratified at his labors in the Senate which helped get the Muski Ngum Valley improvement inserted in the River and Harbor Bill. He has been invited to go the trial trip the Atlanta next . Wilkins stands High in the estimation his colleagues irrespective party and is recognized As a valuable member in the House. He is a hard worker and an advocate the people and their Best interests. As an invited guest the trial trip the Atlanta the gentleman has received distinguished honors. Our National Senate which once stood very High in the estimation the people has most grievously fallen in Public opinion late. It is the Best place for making Money out wealthy companies syndicates which need legislation to carry out their plans. A senators vote is Worth the votes some three four members the House representatives and by its Power deciding appointments to office in secret conclave it can do much evil. The Senate used to he revered hut it has had so Many trading and jobbing members latterly that its Prestage is in a great measure gone. Colonel Joss an old esteemed and Well known citizen Holmes county died suddenly at his Home in wines Burgh heart disease monday evening this week aged about 70 years. He was apparently in Good health a Short time before death occurred and had set Down in an chair with his feet resting a table. Or. Mckean and son Joseph Dundee called to see the colonel and entering his room supposed he was asleep but a closer examination proved that death had overtaken the colonel. He was a kind hearted genial old gentleman and was favourably known by a great number people in Tuscarawas county who will he pained to learn his death. A Little Story has leaked out regarding the dear girls a graduating class at Youngstown which is causing a Ripple excitement throughout the american continent. It appears that the aforesaid dear girls wore a charmed Garter with tiny Hells attached the left leg. They Are said to be worn for Good Luck by the girls who Are not engaged. After marriage they Are probably worn around pet poodle dogs necks for . Newspaper men Are sometimes credited for being Good detectives but we arise to a question privilege and would like to know How this newspaper fiend discovered a a charmed Garter with tiny Bells attached the left legs a Young lady the German reformed and English lutheran sunday schools will hold a Union picnic at a Squire Ankeny a Grove York township saturday August 14th. Several bands music will be present and a general invitation is extended to other Sabbath schools from adjoining towns and townships to attend. Or. John Buss is superintendent the English lutheran school and . Frederick Kuhn the German reformed school. _ Daniel Richards was elected a Justice the peace Goshen township monday last by a majority ten votes messes. Joseph Junkins and Henry Booth being Liis opponents. Or. R. Was admitted to the bar six seven years ago and is a sober industrious Young Man striving by honorable Means to gain an honest livelihood and he will no doubt fill the office to which he has been elected with credit to himself. The hydrants to he used for fire purposes in connection with the water works were distributed throughout the City monday. Sex sheriff Goudy saw one from a distance and remarked to a Friend a a by the great Horn spoons what the Blank is new Philadelphia going to do with All them cannons a the ladies the m. E. Church this City will give a Lawn fete at the residences Thomas Fribley and John Sharp East High Street saturday evening August 7th. Peaches and Cream ice Cream and cake will he served. Everybody is invited. There will be a re Union and Harvest Home picnic at Wayne Burgh the Branch Road saturday August 7th, under the auspices the g. A. R. Soldiers and their families Are especially invited to attend. Our Young Friend John ready who slings Ink in the probate office shows signs a full hedged poet and has written a very pretty parody a selection from the Mikado. J. O. Lash Bolivar keeps one among the Best harness shops in Tuscarawas county lie is an expert Workman carries a Large Stock is honest in All business transactions and enjoys an extensive and lucrative Trade. Ground was broken for the Reservoir Beitler a Hill monday last. A Large number men and teams Are now employed and the work will be pushed to completion As rapidly As possible. Patterson so Junkins shipped a ear Load 130 barrels hour from this City to Pittsburgh 011 monday. They have a Fine new process Mill and manufacture an excellent Brand Ilour. The Samuel Swaby farm near Dover was sold at assignees Sale saturday last for $18,000. It was appraised at $28,000. Henry Enk and Fred. A it nth were the purchasers. They have a bad Quality whisky in Wayne county and some the people Over there Are after a Black Snake reported to he from 8 to 10 feet in length. A festival will he held at mud run school House the evenings aug. 13th and 14th, for the Benefit the lutheran Church that place. The Cleveland Lorain and Wheeling Railroad company will give its annual excursion to Niagara Falls and Toronto tuesday August 17th, 18s6. A Post office has been established at Blakes Mills across the River from new Philadelphia with Fred. Graff As postmaster. Sam Jones is now reforming Missouri. His name will be Dennis if it is not already in that state As a reformer. The firemen a tournament will be held in new Philadelphia thursday and Friday August 19tli and 20th. The Sheet department the Russia Mill at Niles Ohio will he in full operation by the first september. Weather getting a Little cooler and there a a Boom in marriage certificates at the probate office. Wooster bid one Hundred acres land for the soldiers Home but Sandusky took the Plum. Free Turtle soup last the season at Charley Engels saturday evening. A motto an Ohio livery Man reads a a whip Light drive slow Cash Down no _ Krupp a latest gun is nearly As destructive As modern whisky. It kills at nine Miles. A name the most dangerous Straits a said the teacher. A whisky straights a replied the student promptly. William Hutto Georgia had four wives. He sold one for a bucketful peas and another for some shucks. A nah John a she said just before marriage a i fear i am not worthy you. You Are such a Good a never mind Martha ill change All that after the Tot was receiving his first lesson in geography. A what is that a asks the professor placing his Finger upon the map. A that a answers Tot a is a dirty it does no to take a woman Long after she is married to learn that a Man can muss up a Bureau drawer More in three seconds than she can put in order again after an hours patient work. A woman will cling to a Man with snakes in his boots through the most trying adversity but if you want to see her lose reason and Stampede in a hurry show her a mouse unexpectedly. A yes sir a said the Sailor a i have seen a whale that could Swallow a a ooh that a nothing a said the Landsman a i have seen a Small Man who could Swallow a Schooner new Philadelphia Beer. A Small Hoy defined Salt As a a the stuff that makes potatoes taste Nasty when you done to put it .�?� he was probably twin brother to the Hoy who said that pins had saved great numbers lives by not being swallowed. A country paper in describing the effects a Squall upon a canal boat Gays that a when the Gale was its highest the unfortunate Craft heeled to Larboard and the Captain and another barrel whiskey rolled an underground River has just been discovered in Wyoming territory. It is just in the Nick time. Had its discovery been postponed until next fall it would have been too late for an appropriation from Congress this year. Sam Jones went to Baltimore and declared that he a would rather go to hell than we submit that this manner explaining Why he went to Chicago rather than St. Louis was in bad taste even in a minister the Gospe 1.�?b u re cute. A sir a observed a new York lawyer at the tombs to another in a recent criminal Case a you Are a confounded a sir a responded the other a you Are an infernal a gentlemen gentlemen a entreated the courteous judge a you will kindly address your observations to the the son a prominent prelate was ushered into Rufus Choates office one Day. Or. Choate who was writing at the time merely said a take a chair a and went with his writing. After the lapse fifteen minutes an embarrassing silence the visitor grew impatient and said a a in a Bishop a is Choate replied a take two the time May come when polities will mean All that is Noble and Good when a Small boy will break an Apple in two and give his Little sister the bigger half when a tramp will work and a stray dog wont bite but the Day will never Dawn when the try can tickle a drowsy Many a nose without getting itself disliked. / recorders statistics. We Are under obligation to recorder John g. Neumann for the following interesting statistics deeds. Number deeds recorded. For sales land. Town acres. City town and Village lots. One Dollar consideration. Comp mixed convey Ces. 340 101 480 67 w total. Number acres. Land. Town acres. One Dollar considerate a sales 1,020 19,812 1,636 total. 21,525 average Trice per acre. Sales 32 00 sales town acres. 1,030 00 amount. For sales 637,851 00 town acres. 79�?T930 00 City town and Village lots 316,878 00 one Dollar consideration. 67 00 comp mixed convey Ces 37,484 00 total. .$1,072,210 00 leases. Number recorded. Leases lands. Of town acres. Of City town and Village lots. Mortgages. Number mortgages recorded. Mortgages land. On town acres. On City town and Village lots. Complicated mortgages. 14 5 356 37 336 32 total. Amount secured. $ 761 403,s62 00 town acres. 14,042 00 City town and Village lots. 189,263 00 complicated mortgages .23,586 00 632,703 00 cancellations. N u m b e r c a n c e l i. E d. Mortgages lands .236 town acres.25 City town and Village lots. 243 complicated mortgages .9 total. Amount released. Mortgages lands $ town acres. On City town and Village lots. Complicated mortgages. 513 337,455 00 22,329 00 118,333 00 13,690 00 x flouring Mill with a capacity one thousand barrels daily giving employment to one Hundred men is to be built in Fostoria Ohio. I. Harter Mansfield and cd governor Foster being at the head the Enterprise. The capital is $100,000. Horace Deardorf formerly with Hardesty bros., canal Dover is also a member the firm. The ladies the m. E. Church will be glad to serve peaches and Cream ice Cream and cake to everybody who will come to the Lawn fete saturday evening August 7th, 1886, the lawns Thomas Fribley and John Sharp East High Street this City. A new yorker exhibits the following letter which he recently received a sir i am too old to quarrel too old to boast. The Man sense in his old age likes to he let alone. With respect your etc., Jefferson it is curious How newspaper headings get mixed. Under the head a your favorite drink a the Chicago Herald has a Long article water. It is hard to understand How such an article got under such a head. Mourning playing cards Are the latest invention. They will be used by those unfortunate individuals whose grief is due to their persistent habit running up against three a kind when they Only hold two Large pairs. Minnie 18-year-old daughter Jos. Bischell cantons soap manufacturer eloped with Earl Clark Young Man her Choice hut not parents and now makes her Home in Cleveland. The state officers to be elected this year Are Secretary state supreme judge member Board Public works and school commissioners. An irishman tells a fight in which there was but one nose left in the crowd a a and that belonged to the Tay who is going to be the democratic candidate for common pleas judge in this District the Hess flouring Mill removed from Bricktown to this place is now in full operation. 191,827 00 during the years 18s5 and 1s86 there were 800 deeds less executed for real estate compared with the years 1882 to 1884. Personal notes. \ Little daughter crossed the threshold auditor Kinsey a Home tuesday last week. James Ward and Thomas Connell this City spent sunday last with friends in Niles. A Squire Moersch postmaster at Baltic an old and reliable Democrat was at the a a Hub monday. Elliott Fackler the Russell works Massillon visited friends and relatives n this City during the past week. Charlie Thomas canal Dover has accepted a position As Book keeper for the Falcon Iron amp Nail co. At Niles. Sex Sli Riff Lyons Newcomerstown was in the City tuesday the guest . And mrs. A. D. Gribble third Street. Thomas v. Millard Roll Turner in the Mill at this place has accepted a position in the Mills at Niles Ohio where in expects to remain permanently. Or. John ii. Banning near Gilmore was in the City one Day last week and remembered the times by placing his name the subscription Hook. Bro. Shildt the Wilmot Enterprise gave the times office a Friendly Call tuesday. He reports business booming and says its a cold Day when the a a Devil has time to catch fleas about his office. Or. W. Wilkin formerly this Olace now practising in Pittsburgh has been chosen adjunct professor to the chair obstetrics in the Western Pennsylvania medical College. James Wagstaff this place has accepted a position in the Falcon Mill at Niles. His wife joined him at that place saturday last where they expect to make their future Home. Mrs. Emma Olsmith and son san Antonio Texas and miss Clara Lincoln Canton Ohio Cousin the former lady also mrs. Ettie i liner and two children Willie and Kate Cleveland have been visiting the residence j. Joss this City the past three weeks. _ . E. E. Craig canal Dover and . Emanuel Bender Mineral Point both popular Young teachers this county gave the times office a pleasant Call saturday last. Or. Craig will teach the Penobscot school North Dover and . Bender the pleasant Valley school near Mineral Point the coming Winter. Relics and land Marks Early Days. A Squire Jones Ragersville was at the a a Hub Friday last and settled the delinquent tax list Auburn township with county treasurer Kennedy there is not now a single land tax receipt against the township. Or. Jones has collected the delinquent taxes in Auburn for several years past. The times office was favored with a Call from Hon. W. S. Mathews Gallia county accompanied by Hon. John s. Graham this City tuesday. Or. Will be a candidate before the next Republican state convention for clerk the supreme court. He is a pleasant gentleman but politically musters with the wrong party. From the Dennison paragraph one the most historic land Marks Tuscarawas county is the a Black horse tavern a situated in Union township about two Miles East Dennison the Road leading from Cadiz to new Philadelphia. It was built in 1816 by James Boyd who occupied the position landlord for quite a number years. It was a noted resort in Early Days and Many Are the stirring scenes and incidents related by Early settlers about life and times at the a Black horse tavern when All this Region country was a dense wilderness dotted life and there by a log Cabin a primitive Village. It was an important stopping place the Cadiz and new Philadelphia Road. When wheat was handled by teams from Harrison county to the Ohio canal it was a regular stopping place and did a Rushing business. A dozen More wagons standing in the Yard was a very common sight. After . Boyd Nicholas Sweniger . Kent and Jos. Thompson were proprietors the House. The House derived its name from its sign which was the figure a Black horse fastened to a Post. The name however was not Given to the tavern until Many years after it was first opened to the Public perhaps when it was kept by . Sweniger who had formerly kept a hotel by that name in Jefferson county some Miles this Side Steubenville. The a Black horse tavern was closed to the Public Many years ago soon after the pan ii Andle Road was built through this Section country. The farm which it is located is now owned by . J. Ii. Of Donnell. The old building has not been occupied for several years and it looks like what it really is a relic Early Days. Transfers real estate. Maurice Moody to Mary Mackey lot 6, Dennison $150. A. J. Creter to Harrison Addy lots 4, 5, 6 and 7, Oxford township $500. The this. Coal amp Iron co. To Geo. Kugler 78 6-100 acres Sandy township $3,903. John Pyle to Mary e. Elite lots 4 and 5, Dennison $150. Patrick Feeney to John Conner lots 24 and 25, Dennison $1,000. Caleb Jones to Curtiss Barnett lot 11, Dundee $100. Lewis g. Site fit to Sarah c. Shakier 40 acres Salem township $1,900. F. F. Mckee to Sarah Willison lot 19, Dennison $60.00. Mattie Sedgwick a administrator to Geo. N. Fellers lot 72, Blakes Mills $225. Josephus Edie to Lafayette Edie 80 acres Warwick township $1.00. Lafayette Edie to Martha Edie 80 acres Warwick township $1.00. Geo. Maxwell to Anna Rhoe 1� acres Mill township $175. Thomas c. Ferrell to David Newton half lot 89, new Philada. $376. John Mckinley to Edward Burke part lots 1 and 42, Mill township $250. John Knodel to James ii. Beal lot 23, new Philada. $650. A sad Accident occurred last wednesday morning at the farm Home John Weber one and one half Miles from Strasburg which resulted in the death his wife. Or. Weber had left Home Early in the morning and came to Dover to transact some business. His wife intended to do some washing and proceeded to a run near the House to procure water. She had carried two bucketful and had gone for More when she was suddenly seized with a fainting spell to which she had been subject for several years and fell Forward into the Stream. The water was Only from six to ten inches in depth but it is supposed that mrs. Weber lost consciousness and could not extricate herself she was found an hour two afterwards by a neighbor who immediately summoned help and had the body conveyed to the House. Strenuous Ell Orts were made to restore consciousness hut without Avail. The body was taken to the residence mrs. Weber smother mrs. Helena Miller Walnut Street in this place and buried from there Friday morning at 9 30 clock father eran Naus St. Josephus Catholic Church conducting the services. The remains were followed to their last resting place by a Large concourse relatives and friends. Mrs. Weber was aged thirty six years and four months and leaves a devoted husband and two daughters aged four and seven years to mourn her loss. A Dover Workman. One the girls at Mother Bunche a in the rear the pan ii Andle depot at this place attempted to commit suicide last thursday evening by taking a dose arsenic in a Glass Beer. She took too much the deadly stuff however and it acted As an emetic instead sending her Over the River. It is said that a love ? affair with a Bra Kernan in the pan ii Andle Yard in which her Darling showed signs backing out was the cause the girls paragraph. A great sensation has been created at East Liverpool by the discovery that a widow lady the head clerk John g. Quay amp bro., has been for months appropriating Fine goods laces silk dress patterns etc., from her employers store. When her speculations were discovered and her room searched goods to the value $600 were found. She has born an excellent reputation and was very popular. Her friends say it is a Case kleptomania. Things arc not always what they seem. A Philadelphia physician says that a great Deal what passes for heart disease is Only mild dyspepsia that nervousness commonly is bad temper and that two thirds the so called malaria is nothing but laziness. Imagination he says is responsible for a multitude ills and he gives As an instance the Case Clergyman who after preaching a Sermon would take a teaspoonful sweetened water and doze off like a babe under the impression that it was a Bona fide sedative. Conducted by John p. Kuhn. Following Are the list questions Given at the teachers county examination held at new Philadelph Lia saturday last United states history. J. G. Zahner examiner. 1. In what condition was North America found by the first explorers. Who were these men and by which countries were they sent East 2. Give some account the London company and its settlements formed in America. 3. Who was sir Walter Raleigh ? what part the u. S. Was explored by him and How was it named and Why what was his Fate 4. What was the Missouri Compromise the Kansas Nebraska Bill the dread Scott decision 5. Name the causes the War 1812. By what treaty peace was it concluded and what were its general results 6. Name four important Battles won by the confederates four won by the federals and four indecisive Battles the late civil War. 7. What War vessel was called the a Yankee cheese boxy by whom was it invented and what did it do one Day in our late civil War Are named How a Many named from irom and their 8. What states Mountain ranges ? what states were principal Rivers 9. When was the first Atlantic Cable Laid and when was the Union Pacific Railroad completed ? 10. What is the amount our National debt at this time and at what rates is it reduced ? arithmetic. Time i . J. Beck exam a. 1. A tank holds 810 wine Gallons How Many bushels in Large a bin twice As 2. A rectangular Field which is twice As Long As wide has a perimeter 40 rods. What is the area the Field 3. The head a fish is its whole length the Tail is 1-9 its length its body is 7 inches. How Long is the fish ? 4. If a Mirror 8 by 10 inches Cost $1.25, what Cost one 16 by 20 inches 5. Sold a House and gained 20 per cent. Had it Cost $1000 More i would have lost 20 per cent. Required the Cost. 6. What fraction less 10 percent itself equals 5-18 ? u 2 2-5 7. Divide by it 2.1 8. If a Sage were increased by its 3-7, its 4-5, and 20 More the sum would equal 2 times his age. Required his age. English grammar. Chas. Haupert examiner. 1. Define declension comparison and conjunction. 2. Punctuation graded from your manuscript. 3. Write sentences illustrating the different grammatical uses words like and All. 4. Correct if necessary the following and give reasons he not you Are wrong. He would have went to town. During the heat the Day he Lay the sofa. He is the Man who you sent. Whom do you think it is a the lives the poets were written by doctor Johnson. Mary is the tallest her three Sisters. 5. L Arce the italicized words in youth alone unhappy mortals live. But a / the mighty Bliss is fugitive. Number 32 for Sale. My place business in Phillipsburg is now offered for Sale. Good bar room Large Pool room hotel and Good stable ice House and half interest in skating rink now used As a town Hall. Will sell cheap and easy payments. Eight rooms in the House. Location and business Good. 12tf John w. Sirull. Over 8,000 Rolls new Wall paper just received and More coming. This Stock is All new styles and Choice selections. Over 150 patterns to select from. We defy Competition. It will pay you to get my prices and examine the Stock before purchasing elsewhere. Do your papering this fall and save Money. Wells drug store new Philadelphia Ohio. 32w2 any one desiring to sell Exchange buy real estate any kind chattels will do Well to Call tiie proprietor the times who will act As agent for the same reasonable terms. No charges made for advertising in the times when you employ us As agent. No names parties Given to the Public but made known Only to those wishing to Purchase. Of All kinds sewing machines repaired. Also guns locks revolvers clothes wringers new rollers put Lawn mowers sharpened and repaired and All kinds Job work done by Isaac Johnson. Shop Corner fifth and water Street new Philadelphia 25 for Good two Story Metal roof Brick business House 21x66, in first class condition. Each Story 14 feet 5 rooms second floor. Suitable for dwelling and store Saloon. Good Lorn lion opposite court House. Terms part Cash and remainder in easy payments. For particulars Call Peter Eichel the premises. 27tf for very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per cent interest investment. Also other desirable lots and properties. John a. Himes new Philadelphia 18tf you can buy More tinware and Glass Wari at the new 5 and 10 Cert store next door to Miller amp songs drug store than anywhere else in this congressional District. Persons desiring to loan Money can have the same placed at 8 per cent., secured by mortgage first class real estate by John a. Himes new Philadelphia I8tf artificial Teeth $5.50 per set at . I. Mitchells dental office. New Philadelphia 17-Yl Gold fillings $1.00 Silver 50c. Cement 25c., at . Mitchells office new Philadelphia 17-Yl Jet your engine Thresher reaper Mower repairing any kind done at Sharp amp songs foundry and machine shop. 22 All the repairs and extras for the English so Dixon machines at Sharp sri songs. 22 the new 5 and 10 cent store takes the cake and whole bakery for substantial goods and Low prices. Pensions patents claims generally prosecuted before government departments by John a. Buchanan attorney at Law new Philadelphia 32-1 m. If you want the Best Clover Luller in the world get the Victor. Send for air Cular to Cyrus Mcqueen Baltic Tuscarawas co., 32-2t. For Good second hand Phaeton nearly As Good As new and Well painted and was made by first class workmen. Call at the times office. Geography. J. J. Zahner examiner. 1. What is the Earth ? state its size and density and the place it occupies in the solar system. 2. What parts Europe Are below the level the Ocean ? what locality Asia 3. Bound the state last admitted into the Union. Name and locate its capital. 4. Describe the route from Liverpool England to constantinople he water. 5. What River flows into the Caspian sea and what countries Border it 6. Name the cities tin United states which lie near the 40th parallel North latitude ? 7. In what respect does Massachusetts stand first among the states tin Union ? 8. What Chain mountains constitute the water shed Vermont 9. Name the Northern lakes and Tell through what Channel their Waters reach the Ocean. 10. Explain what is mean t by the a general Assembly theory and practice. Chas. Haupert exam a. 1. What exercises besides those the regular text books do you have in your school ? 2. How do you teach writing 3. Write five educational principles that you consider necessary for the teacher to understand so that he May apply them successfully. 4. What do you understand by the term a new education give your opinion. 5. Give your plan teaching Reading. Unclaimed letters. For 50-Inch expert Columbia bicycle. Full Nickel Hall hearings and in Good order. Will s<41 for $75,00, Cash. H. Willard 31 Boliver Wanted to borrow�?$500.00 $1,-000 for one two years. Good Security Given. Address Box 87, new Philadelphia Hio. Legal notice. Ryan ill abbit1l, whose place residence is unknown will take notice that the hath Day june a. 1>. 1sh6, Cora Anbuhl tiled her petition in the court common pleas Tuscarawas county Ohio being ease number �?~2,596, praying for a divorce from said Daniel Abbuhl the grounds wilful absence for More than three years and also Gross neglect duty. That said cause will be for hearing wednesday october 6th, As soon thereafter As the same can be heard. Cora Abbuhl. By j. Patrick so sox her attorneys. 3lw<> re Union 51st and Soth Ohio volunteers. The committee joint re Union the 51st and 80th. V. V. I., met at the citizens National Bank june 12,1886, to Complete arrangements for the reunion to he held at Camp Meigs Ohio Dover fair ground september 8th, 1880. Captains Harger and Deis were appointed a committee to secure tin grounds and make arrangements for serving meals to visiting comrades at reasonable rates. It captains Korns Welch Wilson and c. Welty were appointed a committee to give general notice through the local press and personal notice As far As possible to members at a distance. It was the desire the committee that each surviving member these Veteran regiments resolve himself into a committee invitation and urge All to come. Done to forget the Day and Date As it is the anniversary the occupation Atlanta. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office August 2, 1886 Chas Abergas mrs Della Brown Martin Biddlestone will Colne j w Devore miss Mollie Hetter John Mason 2, will w Sharp miss Amanda Powell Amanda Jane poll miss l Mcmurry Harriet Porter we i Riggs win Tucker miss Alice Scothern Henry Romig. E. Fribley r. Jacob Gepfert ing Fine top buggies a 60 Days time a Asp ugh is sell-$75 for $55, so. 31 Willie Sells the interesting Kansas Hoy who lately killed his father Mother brother and sister has been found guilty murder in the first degree. Willie is a Nice boy to hang but there will appear the usual assortment sentimental people asking for his Pardon. Unfortunately there is no convenient pretext for hanging them too

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