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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 19, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio New Adelph volume Philadelphia o., thursday August 19, 1ss6. Number 34new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore proprietor. W. H. Watson editor. Thursday August 19, 1880. Oil ice in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. Rfcs the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following hates one year Cash in advances it it it if not paid within six months. 1 50 43pltemittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. >8wraddress All matter intended for publication to the of newspapers. Democratic ticket member of Congress,ber1ah Wilkins of Tuscarawas county. County ticket. For commissioner a. E. Laski Lawrence township. For infirmary director Delong. Salem township. For Coroner w. E. Beck Goshen common sense Republican. Subscribers who do not give express notice o the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use of it whether he has ordered it or not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without of opining the publishers and the paper is sent to the former direction they Are held responsible notice should always be Given of removal. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take papers from the office or place to which they Are sent they arg held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to directory. District. Congress Beriah Wilkins state . W. Crites j. Hance j. S. Pearce common pleas judges. 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 1. L. Kennedy j. G. Neumann s. Rufer it w. E. Lash r. Benner of. H. Hoover j. Wherley a w. Rogers , Sec City. Daniel Korns. James h. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. Ivy. Campbell. Andrew Erwin. Mayor clerk marshal Street commissioner Council justices. Names. Townships. Post Offick. Daniel Krebs. James w Stoutt George Bear. Isaac couts. Henry Deible. T Richardson. R it i Galbraith. T k Robinson. Philip a Garver John Smith. Jas Galbraeth. John Milone. Lock no. 17. Wayne. Perry. Washington Bucks. Sugar Creek. Warwick. Warren. Franklin. Goshen. Kush. Mill. Dundee. Cadwallader. I Eoli. Baltic. Shanesville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. Samuel Moore. T b Rankin. L s Winsch. And Timmerman. S y Renneker. L s Mckinney. Win e Beck. Samuel c Kline. J 11 Gardner. Robot Coruthers John Wetter. Goshen. Rush. Clay. Perry. Fairfield. Sandy. New Philada a. Gnadenhutten. Gnadenhutten. Cadwallader. New Phi lady a. Mineral City. Goshen. Lawrence. Warren. Washington Wayne. New Philada a. Bolivar. New Cumberland Albany. Dundee. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. York. Bucks. Salem. New Philada a. Baltic. Port Washington Uhrichsville. T h Mozena. Mill. J Oseph Healen. Chas f Davis. C 0 Fernsel. Levi Travis. J w Newbury. Jos 11 Lostetter Nich Montag. Wesley m Tracy j Oil n b Jones. Hiram Echman. Mill. Oxford. Franklin. Auburn. Dover. Dover. Dover. Lundy. Auburn. Warwick. Dennison. Newcomerstown Strasburg. Ragersville. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City. Rogers i lie. Tuscarawas. David Breymeir Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett. Lawrence. Sugar Creek. Salem. Zoar. Shanesville. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. New Philada a. Newcomerstown John s Spring. Charles 11 Ellers Rolli. Hugh t minis. C Vav Kinsley. P ii Kuhn. Jefferson. Fairfield. Jefferson. Goshen. Oxford. York. Black band. s Wagner. J l Baldwin. Union. Union. Uhrichsville. Leesville. Church directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. In. And 7 of clock p. Sunday school at 9 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. lords Day morning at 10 30 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day of each month. Sunday school at 9 of clock a. I item it cratic Lea Ders. The Brooklin Eagle says a the old men Are dead the sages have gone to their rest and space clears for the coming of the new Man. He Isnit visible yet and no one seems to possess the key to the secret of his Advent or while it is True that Many of the old democrats have gone to their last resting place there Are others left. The Young men have filled the ranks and Are executing the great and Noble work Laid out by the dead sages. Jefferson and Jackson left a place in history which will be Ever remembered by the american people. While their places have never been filled As they would have filled them their principles still live and to them the democratic party will Ever cling. While in the death of Samuel j. Tilden the democracy lost their greatest Leader the party has other great leaders spared to it. The younger men who have taken the places of the veterans Are As True to democratic principles As the greatest of their predecessors. Many of the older statesmen Are living in the past their thoughts and sympathies have not kept Pace with the Progress of the age. The exigencies of the times demand progressive ideas with vigorous Young men to prosecute them. The democratic party is filled with Brilliant men who will keep alive its principles and with the advice of the older men carry the party from Victory to Victory. As to the chief Leader of the democracy the party has placed him in the presidential chair. With the Aid and moral support which the other leaders can give him party Success in the future is assured beyond a Plain dealer. The Dow liquor Law passed by the last Ohio legislature provided in one of its sections that municipal corporations had Taqi Power to prohibit the Sale of intoxicants and Many Small corporations in the state have taken advantage of the same. Andover a Small place near Ashtabula recently made this move and a new phase has recently been put on the Issue by French amp Hahn the leading liquor dealers of the town who have sued the corporation for �5,000 for destroying their business and depreciating the value of their property. Leading lawyers and jurists say they have a Clear Case. The outcome will be watched with interest All Over the state for if these gentlemen win their Case every town which has adopted a prohibitory ordinance will at once he sued. Methodist episcopal preaching every Sabbath at 10 30 a. In. And 7o�?Tclock p. In. Sunday school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 of clock. German reformed preaching every sunday at 1030a. And 2 15 p. M., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday of morning service of each month a missionary concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 of clock. Preaching sabbat i mornings and evenings. United Brethren pre telling every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 o clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. directory. A sonic Tuscarawas chapter no. 38, r. A. Meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Ball Otty Block. Q p Taylor n p Daniel. Getzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. Amp a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mall value w. G. L. Taylor Sec a. Nights of Lodge. No. 73, meets in their Castle Lylall. Centre Block every thursday evening. A n w. L. A it la a l. T. W. Duncan k. Of r. And s. When a lot of european paupers Are brought to an american port the Law permits them to land if anyone can be found to give a Bond guaranteeing that they shall not become a Public charge. The other Day a Hundred or More wretched russian jews were brought to new York and every mothers son of them solemnly swore that they Hadnot a cent and did no to know where to get one. The commissioners of emigration determined to Send them Hack but at this juncture a hebrew Aid society came Forward and gave the necessary Bond. This sort of a thing is a Mere farce. These penniless jews will soon he scattered All Over the country and tend their Way into the Public alms houses. The sooner this bonding business. Is done away with the better will it be for american taxpayers and the Quick we shut the door in the face of Europe a Riff Raff the better will it be for a men an . About third social gents of Saline Ville have organized a club with president and Treasur y and rented a room where the club Cia visit singly or in pairs or otherwise it rid imbibe their Beer claiming thereby an avoidance of the Dow Law As while a Nan is prohibited from buying less Lin a gallon there is 110 statute a Man to drink it All at one time. Fht treasurer purchases All the liquors in broken packages and carries the key t in premises no one being admitted n Ess he be a member of the club or by no. Tation of a member the same As a gentleman has a right to invite a of Peru to his own private sideboard. 0. 0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 17. Meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hau f. Kislig n. G. 1. A. Correia., Letec. Sec a. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. C temp Lily it n get p. Sehi., rec. Sec a. 0 0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday of each month at Odd Fellows Hall. City Block p 1. A. Correll scribe. O. O. . P. U. C., no. 8, meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fel lows Hall. City Block. I 0i i i come r. S. Hirst Secretary. A. Crawford Post no. 6. Meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. W. Bowers commander. Gives solid reasons Why he will vote for Hon. Beriah Wilkins for Congress. The Iowa prohibitionists arc a Little staggered by the decision of judge love of the United states District court to the effect that the state must compensate people who have lost their property valuations by the enactment of a prohibitory liquor Law which is confiscatory in its terms. This is the the same doctrine held by judge Brewer a Federal judge in Kansas and it will doubtless be sustained by the Federal supreme court. I from the Newark advocated editor advocate a i attended the Republican convention in Newark on saturday As has been my custom for years. I went there with a desire that there might he some honest and sensible political action taken and a Good county ticket nominated that would serve to keep up the Republican organization in the county. Every sensible Man will admit and does admit that when the democrats make Good nominations for county offices which they seem to have done this year that the election of these nominees is a foregone conclusion. The Only unsettled question is the size of the majority. Therefore Good sound sense and Wisdom would dictate that the republicans in their convention would put up equally Good men at h ast for the purpose of give big the Republican voters of the county some encouragement to go to the polls and vote. I am sorry to say that neither common sense nor Wisdom characterized the proceedings of last saturdays convention. 1 have been somewhat dissatisfied with the result of the last two or three conventions of the republicans of Licking county but with the one held last saturday i must say i am disgusted. To make some of my objections specific and Plain 1 will say that i am a Wool grower and am interested in whatever May tend to the Benefit of that Industry. 1 am a member of the Wool growers association of Licking county which i am sorry to say is an organization that is somewhat neglected by those who should take the most interest in keeping it up. I appreciate the benefits that could be made to result from such organizations. I appreciate what Little has been done by the Licking co., and All other Wool growers associations. Now our Licking county association at one of its Best attended meetings resolved to support men for Public positions who were known to be friends of the Wool growing interest without regard to party. Our state and National Wool growers meetings have done the same thing. This action has been understood to apply especially to members of Congress who have been known to stand up for our interests. So firm am i a believer that this is the proper course for every Wool grower to take that i shall take pleasure in supporting the Hon. Beriah Wilkins this fall for Congress regardless of who my party shall nominate. And were i a Democrat living in Mckinley a District \ should vote for him for Congress for the same reason that i shall vote for or. Wilkins. Everybody of Ordinary sense knows Well enough that or. Wilkins will be elected but every Wool grower should show his appreciation of a Public Man who has been a faithful Champion of his interest. The members of Congress from other states should be taught that the Wool growers of Ohio Are not backward in sustaining and upholding the men who have stood up for them. The majority of every member from Ohio who voted right on this question should be made Large As possible. It is a congressman a constituents that give him prestige and influence. If the question Ever comes up again a congressman who has voted for the Wool men and their interest can Point with Pride to the Way his constituents have endorsed him for that act if they have properly done so. The Best Way in the world to rebuke such men As Morrison is to increase the majority of such men As Wilkins. Entertaining these views which i am notable to express in language Strong enough to do the subject Justice i attended the Republican convention last saturday with Little Hope that any sensible act would be taken judging from the tone of the american for the past few weeks. Whatever other objection May be urged against or. Wilkins it would have been Wise and sensible to have endorsed his course on the Wool Tariff question and allow republicans to vote As their judgment and interests dictated since a Democrat from this District is hound to lie elected in any event. But As i have said t had but Little Hope from the tone of the american and the course of Lyon and other party managers that any such sensible thing would be done. But notwithstanding 1 expected Little in the right direction i was both surprised and disgusted when the resolutions were read. 1 had been a quiet listener to the proceedings but when the resolutions were read i got up and Lett the Hall in disgust. I took no further interest in what was done and determined not to be bound by it. 1 wish to say in conclusion that i will go to the polls and vote for Hon. Beriah Wilkins for Congress even if i do not vote for another Man on either ticket. 1 shall not throw away my vote by casting it for some Man that the republicans nominate. 1 shall show my appreciation As a Wool grower for the zealous and diligent Lannor in which or. Wilkins has sup la Ted my interest by Labouring to make for this Wool growing District 3 Large As possible. I want to hold up and s in the next Congress with All the a Rai ,pp0rt that a great majority can be in it n order to encourage and in. Oyal Arcanum philos Council meets every first and third Friday of each month in knights of pythias Hall. W ii. Miller Regent. J. S. Bigler Secretary. National Council no 52. Meets every second and fourth wednesday of each month at g. R. Lylall. _ e. Kas Eitman pres. We. Bowers. Cor. Sec a. R0mig, a Ney at Law and notary Public. Office Zens National Bank new Philadel so Moore a Ney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio a ssi onal business entrusted to his care rawas Harrison and adjoining count receive prompt and careful attention or citizens National Bank. According to Charles f. Ulrich one of the new York commissioners of immigration Over 2,000,000 immigrants have been received at Castel Garden during the past five and one half years. He also says these immigrants brought �15,000,000 in currency and that their productive value to the country reaches the thousands of millions. During the same period g,000 immigrants returned to their old Homes. Editor Grady of the Atlanta City Constitution when interviewed the other Day on the feeling in the South regarding a War with Mexico said the people of the South a Are itching for a Chance to Light us Der the old Flag again and so finally Cement the breach Between the two sary in favo re his influence if Neces it four special Industry. Non sense Republican. President Eire laddies Day grand tournament at new Philadelphia. The City gaily decked with flags and Bunting. Bands of music playing and banners flying. Many thousand people already in the City. Is work since the first of the year is Vixen Seq by the fact 10so Bills were sen including 717 pension Bills. Of approved 814, 137 1 i came Lan s a it Lieut signature and 9 failed for want of to a on them before adjournment. F latter the most important was g a Jorry son surplus Resolution hut Astl. Press Dent has already the discretion a ferr cd by the act this makes Little diff Nice the president vetoed 115 Bills of a 101 were pension Bills. He approx 491 pension Bills. It shows the Necess. A Ato of Reform in this special pension Law a levied upon the pe0ple of the 0l� this thursday morning on going to press new Philadelphia is in Holiday attire in Honor of the Eastern Ohio firemen a tournament to be hold in this City to Day and to Morrow. Business houses Public buildings and dwellings Are gaily decked with flags and Bunting. Bands of music Are playing and hundreds of banners float to the Breeze. Thousands of people Are already in the City having arrived wednesday evening and this thursday morning. The Bellaire Hose cart arrived on tuesday evening and the company on wednesday evening. They were escorted from the c. Amp p. Depot to their quarters at the Gilsey House by the new Philadelphia drum corps. The following companies some of which have already arrived Are entered for the contest and will be Here. Hook and ladder companies. Dex Tyler Wooster. East Palestine. Sporting Canton. Buckeye juniors Canton. Twilight Mansfield. Buckeyes Bucyrus. Elyria. Privilege juniors Mansfield. Buckets a Mansfield. Tiffin. Alliance Hook and ladder company. Marshal juniors Mansfield. Hose companies. The following Hose companies have entered some of which have already arrived cantons nos. 3, 6, 7 and 8 Crestline Medina Oberlin Salem Bellaire and the vigilant and independents of Massillon. Bicycle. Thus far the following persons have entered for the bicycle races but a Large number of others will be Here to participate. 1l s. Ilard Grove Massillon Frank a. Menches Canton c. G. Harris new Philadelphia. The procession will be headed by the celebrated Chicago band belonging to the b. Amp m. Minstrel company. The noted new Philadelphia band and Gnadenhutten band will also he in procession. An excursion train of Over 700 left Canton at 0 of clock this morning and will arrive Here Between 8 and 9 of clock. The Handicap races will be exceedingly exciting and there will he eleven heats. Harry m. Johnston Champion of the United states arrived on tuesday and is now quartered at the hotel Harvey. George Smith of Pittsburgh and Harry Bethune of Cornwall both Champion runners Are also at the same hotel. Hotel and boarding houses Are already filled to overflowing Many of the rooms having been engaged several weeks ahead. The following programme will be observed for the two Days thursday August 19th reception of firemen from g a. To 12 m. The respective Hose and Hook and ladder companies will report at 1 30 Sharp on West front Street for Parade and where the different companies will be assigned positions m the column. Bicycles will report on West front Street at 1 30 Sharp for assignment in Parade. Line of Parade. Form on West front Street East on front to Broadway North on Broadway to fair East on fair to second South on second to High West on High to seventh counter March and East on High to Public Square where an address of Welcome will he delivered by Jas. T. Of Donnell Esq. Immediately after the address of Welcome a business meeting of the officers of the tournament and the foremen of the respective companies will be held at Eagle Hall. At four of clock p. Sharp the first heat of the a Handicap foot race a will run on West High Street. Friday August 20th, at 8 30 a. Sharp Hose races. To be run on South Broadway. At 10 00 a. Sharp bicycle races. On East High Street. At 11 00 a. Sharp Junior Hook and ladder races. On North Broadway. At 1 of clock p. Sharp fat Many a race. To be run on North Broadway. At 1 30 p. Sharp Hook and ladder races. The Hook and ladder races and Handicap races to be run on West High Street. At the close of Hook and ladder races the final heats of Handicap races. Three Junior Hook and ladder companies of new Philadelphia will run for a Money purse. On thursday evening August 19th, a grand firemen a Ball will be had at Casino rink. Tickets 75 cents. Firemen in uniform 50 cents. On the same evening the b. Amp m. Minstrels will be at Campbells music Hall. Admission 35 and 50 cents. Chief Marshall Geo. W. Bowers. Assistants a John l. Kennedy and Jacob Wise. Samuel j. Tilden erected his own Monument by his splendid benefactions. It is fortunate that he did so As otherwise his grave would probably have been left unmarked by the City for which he Lias done so much at least until sufficient contributions could have business when out of 1085 Bills that passed Congress 747 were pension Bills. During the session 12,880 Bills were introduced in the two houses. Reported from new York that three Bond Calls of fifteen million dollars each will soon be made. Ving and much derided provinces. V lures a woman livid in Milt Edge Georgia known As old aunt Jane Brook whose age is anywhere Between 100 Ancora of v 20 years. She remembers the revolute,. Ary War distinctly and when As eng was present. Jer health 18 Good it by e is quite Blind. The famous hungarian Gypsy students will appear at music Hall in connection with the wonderful Reik family on tuesday evening August 31st. The students will be elegantly consumed and will present an entertainment far Superior to anything of the kind Ever Given in new Philadelphia. This celebrated Reik family alone would More than compensate the admission. This great organization Are engaged to open the Uhrichsville opera House and manager Bowers knowing the fact engaged them for the 31st at this City. A full House is solicited As the company is High salaried. Tickets can be had at Harris Bros. Jewelry store. Do not fail to attend. As a matter of Good taste the publishing of a Long list of wedding presents is questionable but the lit recently published in a country paper is interesting including As it did a from father and Mother of the Bride one Jersey calf from Bride to Groom hair Wreath made from hair of her entire family and also six line shirts from brother Elias one Book of poems one dream Book one polite letter writer and a dog from aunt Harriet six hens and a rooster also one Jar Tomato Catsup from Cousin Sarah one poem made up by herself on Bride and Groom fifteen verses in a Fisherman so tournament is to be held at new Philadelphia aug. 19 and 20. Now Ananias and Saphira the ancient Pretari actors would enjoy the society of so Many Well versed Coshocton Standard. The a ancient Pretari Catora May have been a Lily terror in that line of business but As a modern a a Prev Aricatar a the Standard Man wears the horns. A Fisherman so tournament holy Moses its a firemen a tournament and this thursday Forenoon there Are 10,000 people m new Philadelphia. The new College degree is to be b. J. Bachelor of journalism. The Bachelor of journalism generally begins Liis career by washing coolers and acquainting himself with the editorial policy of the fireman Philadelphia press. Or plaintively recites a a there was a sound of shovely by night a As he jams in the the journalist. Several Days ago while cleaning turtles Charley Engel received a scratch on one of his lingers from the effects of which he has suffered severely. The hand and became swollen and for a while matters looked rather serious. The poisonous effects have been counteracted and in a few Days he will he K. Again. Dick Bros., of this City completed on thursday last three Large Brick kilns at Carlisle station 5 Miles South of Uhrichsville on the c. L. Amp w. Road. The Dick Bros Are expert workmen and by doing honest work receive a very Large number of contracts away from new Philadelphia. An israeli Tish Clothier explained his ability to offer alleged Woolen goods dirt cheap by saying a a de fleeces on de backs of dose sheep Vas misfits and Haf to be sold at a great reductions a a Wool growers have been thinking that somehow their fleeces have been a a misfits for several years. A a same Jones is evidently making himself a a solid with the boys and girls out West. A a any father at the table a he said the other Day a a who will Palm off the neck or the Back of a Chicken upon his children is not a Christian. A a same has been there himself in his youth. A Little son of or. And mrs. John g. Fowler this City aged 27 months died of Bowel complaint on tuesday morning. It was a Bright child and the parents Are deeply grieved Over their sad loss. They have the sympathy of our people. Done forget the grand excursion to Niagara Detroit Cleveland and Mackinac tuesday August 24th, 18sg, Over the the Cleveland and Marietta by. Through Palace sleepers and Day coaches. Everything free at the Falls now. The wife of or. Kirk Arnold on Beaver dam Valley has been very seriously ill for several weeks and a few Days ago it was thought she could not recover. Monday however she was some better and rested easier. An Exchange remarks that it was not until about 1850 that the word a a Donkey found its Way into the dictionaries. The thing had found its Way into society Long before that says a philosopher. It is now said that yellow Pine is the ancestral Home of the bedbug and that that aromatic insect sleeps in the Timber and populates the houses that Are floored or otherwise finished off with it. He came a a late the other night and was rolling into bed when his wife woke up and said a a done to forget your night Cap a no of Hadah two night Caps . The woman a foreign missionary society of the new Lii Law a District m. E. Church will hold its annual meeting at Freeport on saturday and sunday August 28th and 29th. Or. Louis Travis of canal Dover has been appointed clerk in the u. S. Railway mail service and assigned to the ban handle route Between St. Louis and Pittsburgh. At the shooting match of the combination club of this place last thursday Reuben Eichel carried of first prize a Gold medal and Charley Arn the leather badge. For Coal cars and car wheels Call at the English amp Dixon works new Phila Delphia Ohio now operated by r. Chetem formerly of Canton 33w4 if every one goes on the Niagara excursion Over the c. Amp m. By. That now say they Are we will have sunday until they come Back and a very quiet one too. Sunday school Union notes. Harry Albert and wife of it. Vernon Are visiting at the Home of the former in new Philadelphia. Miss Ella Powell formerly of this City but now of Cortland Trumbull county is visiting her Mother on fair Street. Thompson son of James Thomp son this City returned Home from Illinois where he was engaged during the past summer Selling the Empire reaper and mowing machines. Or. Thompson is an intelligent Young Man and we learn will hereafter devote his time to Reading Law. Miss Bertha Daugherty after a pleasant visit of two weeks with parents and friends at her Home in new Philadelphia left on tuesday for Wichita Kansas where she is engaged As superintendent of one of the Large Public schools in that City. She has been there for the last two years during which time she has accumulated considerable property through her own personal efforts. Miss Bertha is an educated lady and an excellent educator. The United Brethren Church this City Lias recently been greatly improved and refitted and re opening services will be held next Sabbath morning and evening. Rev. R. Rock former pastor and founder of the Church Here will be present and officiate. A cordial invitation is extended to everybody. Be ready for the Niagara sex Curzon. August 24th, 188g. Re issues. On saturday last the Sabbath schools of the German reformed and English lutheran churches of lower Stone Creek held a Union picnic in a Squire Ankeny a Grove near Yorktown. The former was represented by or. Andrew Schwartz and the latter by or. John Buss As superintendents. The Day was an auspicious one for such an occasion the weather being Clear and Balmy. There were Over five Hundred guests present and provisions enough left to provide for almost As Many More. The Yorktown and Union Hill bands were present and added greatly to the enjoyments of that Day. There were also two excellent choirs present a the German led by or. Fred. Kuhn and the English by or. John Kinsey. It was pronounced by those who were so fortunate As to be present to have been one of the largest and Best conducted picnics Ever held on lower Stone Creek and that the characteristic hospitality and sociability of the people of that Section has never been excelled. The edibles furnished on the occasion were unsurpassed both As to Quantity and Quality and the Only regret is that there were not a sufficient number of guests present to enjoy them so Bountiful was the Supply. There were a Large number of tables profusely decorated by the ladies with handsome fragrant Flowers and their arrangement in every other detail was perfect. Rev. Wisner. Of this City delivered an address in the German language followed by prof. Forney also of new Philadelphia in English. The professor was in his usual Happy mood and his remarks tended to make everybody else feel the same Way. It was a Day set a Art for enjoyment and innocent amusement and the professor was present for that purpose. There were no solemn sunday go to meeting faces visible. The children were free and Light hearted and gambled Over the god Given Green Sward in Happy glee. There were several tables the larger one of which was presided Over by sex county commissioner Daniel Kuhn who As an honest capable county official in Days gone by proved himself equal to the emergency on this occasion. He was ably assisted by John Wenger Andrew Schwartz we. Beaver sol. Plumer Ekhouse Augustus Kuhn Emanuel Hawk Daniel Bair Simon Hawk and John Raber. Messes. John Buss John Kinsey David Limbaugh Fred Kuhn Joseph Winkler Samuel off Holder and Augustus Diefenbac i presided Over several other tables that groaned beneath the weight of All that heart could wish for. There were others who kindly assisted on this occasion whose names we failed to learn. The 70th Ohio Veteran regiment of which the writer was a member will hold a re Union at the old fort Newark Ohio on wednesday september 15th. The regiment was organized in 1861, of companies principally from Columbiana Stark and Licking counties and remained in the Field until the close of the War. It was organized by col. Chas. R. Woods of the u. S. Regular army who lately died at his Home in Newark Ohio. Col. Chas. R. Woods during the War was promoted to the rank of major general and the command then passed to his brother Lieut. Col. William b. Woods formerly speaker of the House in Ohio and at present Justice in the supreme court of the United states. Gen. Willard Warner now of Tecumseh Alabama was at that time major of the regiment. Or. Warner also served As a member of Congress from Alabama during Hayes administration. The regiment participated in the Battles of p Ort Donaldson Shilo Arkansas Post Vicksburg Lookout Mountain Mission Ridge Ringgold Casacca Kennesaw Mountain atlanta�?22d and 28th of july and accompanied general Sherman a army on its a a March to the sea a participating in the capture of Savanah. It took part in the destruction of Columbia South Carolina and was at Raleigh North Carolina when Johnson surrendered to Sherman. The regiment with the army passed through Petersburgh and Richmond on to Washington City where it passed in grand review before president Johnson. As a Veteran regiment the 7gth started which afterwards proved to be a Long March and hard Campaign from Louisville Kentucky to Huntsville Alabama from there to Chattanooga Tennessee to Atlanta Georgia then to Savannah and through the swamps and wineries of the Carolinas to Richmond Virginia and from there to Washington City the entire rout having been completed on foot. The regiment belonged to the loth corps under command of general Logan. Women Are not often philosophers but they Are proverbially clothes observers. A Fly is said to have 10,000 eyes. No wonder he is careless where he leaves his specks. Many a poor but honest Man now wakes up feeling that before night Sonny College May give him a degree. A a Boodle a is not m the dictionary. The enterprising servants of the Public got it All. And there Wasenk to any left for dictionary use. An Iowa girl who ran away frown Home was arrested while disguised As an old woman. Girl like she gave herself away by giggling when she saw a Many a hat blow off. Sam Jones says that about a a two great minds do All the thinking for this modesty forbids us from hinting whose the first is a hut what a conceited ass he must he to think his is the other a new England Farmers wife had always had a great longing to see a Hippopotamus. At last a menagerie visited a neighbouring Village and she stood before the lumbering animals Cage. Her sole comment was a my ainu the Plain a a Boston girl at a party Given to Henry Clay by a Cabinet associate was during the evening led by mrs. Clay through the card room where her husband was playing poker. A a done to it distress you to have or. Clay Gamble a said the Puritan Maiden to her Chaperon. A ooh dear no a composedly replied the statesman a wife a the most always officially there is no such City As Washington d. A City by that name was once chartered by Congress but the charter was repealed several years ago. The capital of the United states is the District of Columbia All parts of which Are alike governed directly by Congress through commissioners. The Post office name is Washington but the Post Mas Ter general could rename it if he chose. Very often my son it is the dread of punishment rather than the punishment itself that restrains us from evil doing. Many times a boy would gladly run away and go fishing on sunday if he could Only get his father to thrash him in the morning before he sets out then lie could enjoy the whole Long Day without a Pang. But when he has to wait until evening for it the dread of that unknown ill that awaits him Clouds All his skies and pitches All his songs in minor . He was a wheelman. He had called at a farm House for a Glass of water but the pretty Farmers daughter had offered him a Glass of milk instead. A a won to you have another Glass a she asked As he drained the Tumbler with a sigh and appeared to be taking in emptiness with both eyes. A a you Are very Good a he replied a a but i am afraid t shall Rob a ooh no a with emphasis a a we have so much More than the family can use that we re feeding it to the calves All the time a the fifth annual meeting of the pioneers of Tuscarawas county Wal be held on the fair ground at canal Dover on saturday August 21st, 188g. The following will he substantially the order of exercises. 1. Meeting will he called to order at 10 of clock by the president David Yant. 2. Music by Dover band. 3. Singing by pioneers. 4. Prayer. 5. Presidents annual address. 0. Transaction of such business As May be presented by the association. 7. Adjournment for dinner. Afternoon. 1. Music by the band. 2. Singing. 3. Address. 4. Short speeches by pioneers and others who May be present. The meeting is expected to be an exceedingly interesting one and a Large gathering is expected. Let All come and renew youth and old acquaintance grasp hands and look into faces that Are so rapidly passing away. Come expecting to take part in the exercises. Bring your baskets. No Sale stands of any description will be permitted. David Yant president. 5. Iiah mount Secretary. The number of Union soldiers captured by the confederates during the rebellion was 212,008. The number of confederates captured by the Union troops was 470,1g9. The number of Union troops who died while prisoners was 29,725, or a Little More than one in seven of All captured. The number of confederates who died while prisoners was 20,774, or very nearly one in eighteen. Somewhat of a commotion Lias Lxi in created at Randolph n. Y., by an obituary notice published by a local paper. The words a a beloved wife a were made to read a a coloured wife by the Printer. Lieut. Johnny Clem better known As a a the drummer boy of Chickamauga a has been spending a few Days with his parents in Newark Ohio prior to entering upon his duties As depot master at Odgen Utah. On a recent sunday the Rev. Joseph Scott of Springfield mass., having arrived late at Church introduced his Sermon As follows a i am very Seldom late at Church my horse gave out this morning and i had to walk. You will find my text in psalms Xxxii 9 a be be not As the horse or the mule who have no on saturday last Jacob Forney a Farmer on Oki town Valley while assisting or. Spring with his threshing fell from a Straw stack a distance of 25 feet sustaining serious internal injuries the dislocation of a shoulder and severe wounds about the head. An Exchange says that the odor of fresh paint May he removed from a room by placing a Saucer of ground Coffee in the apartment. Now we understand Why it is that a Man generally Chews ground Coffee when he is painting the town red. Presented with his sword. A romantic incident at a regimental reunion at my Elisa Lake. Canton it aug. 12. 1 he 104th Ohio \ Volunteer infantry and 7th Battery held their annual reunion at Myers Lake Here to Day. A romantic episode occurred this afternoon which attracted some 2,000 visitors to the Lake. Twenty two years ago the 104th regiment participated in the hotly contested Battle of Franklin tenn., in which the Union forces were victorious. Among the rebels captured was Captain l. A. A atts of Meridian tenn., who As a prisoner became the special protege of this regiment. Capt. S. Knapp took his sword when captured and after the War Wyatts lost All Trace of Knapp. Recently communication was established Between the two and at the reunion this afternoon capt. Knapp presented the sex Confederate Captain with the sword taken from Avants when captured. Captain Avants came especially irom his Home in Tennessee to recover his sword. The scene at the presentation Wras an affecting one and Many eyes were dimmed with tears. Captain Ricks of the United states court at Cleveland made the presentation speech to which Captain Avants feelingly responded. Transfers of heal estate. Amos Gerber to. Limbaugh part of lots of and 09, Shanesville $3,200. Am. Miller to am. Rosenberry 11 acres sugar Creek �1,000. Am. Mcconnell to a. I. Collier lot 40, Uhrichsville �200. Mary j. Mears to Nathan s. Swain 4 acres Perry township �200. Sheriff Bowers to David p. Mcgregor strip land Awarren township �135. Philip j. A Arner to Geo. By. Ervin half of lots 95, 90 and 97, Shanesville q>81 John by. Rice to Geo. A. Ervin lots 95, 90 and 97, Shanesville �1,700. John a. Rice to Philip j. Varner lots 95, 90 and 97, Shanesville �1700. The citizens National Bank to r. L. Mors is 10 acres Clay township $5,000. Alvin a Altz to Silas gooderding 7 acres Fairfield township $000. Geo. A. Schilling to John a. Hostetler lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and a Dover �1,000. Geo. Betscher to John a. Hostetler lots 1, 2,4, 5 and 8, Dover �1,000. A most marvelous cure. Akron August 14. A marvelous Case of Faith cure has just been performed Here on Lizzie c. Supoll aged 24, who for 14 years has been a helpless invalid having been injured in a fall when ten years old. On August 3d, last or. Cullis in Boston mass., and friends of the girl Here prayed Lor her recovery. A wonderful change came Over the girl at once and she is now up and doing housework. She was totally Blind for a Long time and once it was thought she was dead. One of the owners of Barnum a show made an affidavit last year that the receipts of 1885 were �1,038,000, the average daily receipts being �14,000 and �15,-000. The biggest Day the show had was in Boston when $17,200 was received and for the week there was $74,000. A weeks receipts in Philadelphia were �81,000 ten Days in Chicago brought into the exchequer �119,000. This is not so Good As at some smaller towns proportionately though the amounts Are Largo. An Ohio believer in modern miracles made preparations to Cut off his right j hand being convinced that in answer to his prayers a new one would grow i its place a a hand that would he j holy and All powerful to heal the he had constructed a machine like a Guillotine to perform the amputation and was taken into custody on the morning of tin Day he had appointed for the act. Otto if. Bowhan who died at the Hospital in Bridgeport ct., one Day last week was kept alive for twelve years by hypodermic injections of morphine. For the Nineteen months lie had been at the Hospital it is estimated that his skin had been punctured Over 2,000 times in order to perform the operation and five ounces of sulphate of morphine was the Quantity used. It is estimated that in the last twelve years his skin has been punctured Over 7,000 times and there was scarcely a spot on his whole body where the Marks of the hypodermic Needle could not be to Stone masons Quot Rill commissioners of Tuscarawas county Ohio will receive sealed proposals at the auditors office of said county in new Philadelphia. Ohio up to twelve of clock m. Of saturday august28th, Lusti for the building of 7 to Stone abutments Luttle Stillwater cast of do unison lao. Specifications fur said work can he had at the auditors office after i riday August 2hth. 1x8>. By order of the Hoard. 3iw2 Jolin w. K1xsey, county notice. Th1 commissioners of Tuscarawas county a Ohio will receive sealed proposals at the auditors Olilee of said county in new Philadelphia Ohio up to twelve of clock 51. Of Friday september 10th, Lusti for the construction of an Iron Bridge across ittle Stillwater Cree near Dennison Ohio. Said Bridge to be one Span 75 to 80 feet with 14 feet Roadway. Capacity of Bridge to be not less than 18oo pounds per Lineal foot in excess of Bridge weight. Strains to be ten thousand pounds compression Gordon s formula. Bidders Are requested to furnish their own plans specifications and Strain sheets. All bids must be accompanied by a sufficient Bond to guarantee an acceptance of an award. The Board Reserve the right to reject any or All bids. By order of the Board. 31w4 John w. Kinsey county auditor. Legal notice. Frederick Baker plaintiff is. Sophia Baker defendant. Tin defendant Sophia Baker whose place of residence is unknown will take notice that on the 12th Day of August a. 1. 1885, the plaintiff filed his petition in the court of common pleas of Tuscarawas county Ohio against said defendant charging her with wilful Abse nce for More than three years last past and Gross neglect of duty and prays fora divorce from the defendant. The said defendant is required to answer said petition on or before the third saturday after the 23d Day of september next. Frederick Baker. By e. S. Sours his attorney. 34wt> for Sale. place of business in Phillipsburg is now offered for Sale. Good bar room Large Pool room hotel and Good stable Ioe House and half interest in skating rink now used As a town Hall. Will sell cheap and on easy payments. Eight rooms in the House. Location and business Good. A of John w. Shull. 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. 32\v2 any one desiring to sell Exchange of buy real estate of any kind or chattels will do Well to Call on the proprietor of the times who will act As agent for the same on reasonable terms. No charges made for advertising in the times when you employ us As agent. No names of parties Given to the Public but made known Only to those wishing to Purchase. Of for farm and school Bells Call at the English amp Dixon foundry new Philadelphia Ohio. 33- it for Good two Story Metal roof Brick business House 21x60, in first class condition. Each Story 14 feet 5 rooms on second floor. Suitable for dwelling and store or Saloon. Good location opposite court House. Terms part Cash and remainder in easy pay mils. For particulars Call on Peter Exielu a on the premises. 27tf fur very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per cent interest on investment. Also other desirable lots and properties. John a. Himes new Philadelphia 18tf you can buy More tinware and glassware at the new 5 and 10 cent 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 on first class real estate by John a. Himes new Philadelphia 18tf artificial Teeth $5.50 per set at or. L l. Mitchells dental office new Philadelphia 17-Yl Gold fillings $1.00 Silver 50e. Cement 25c., at or. Mitchells office new Philadelphia 17-Yl get your engine Thresher reaper Mower or repairing of any kind done at Sharp amp songs foundry and machine shop. 22 All the repairs and extras for the English amp Dixon machines at Sharp a songs. 22 the new 5 and 10 cent store takes the cake and whole fakery 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 circular 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. For 50-Inch expert Columbia bicycle. Full Nickel Hall bearings and in Good order. Will sell for $75.00, Cash. H. Willard 31 Boliver Wanted to borrow�?$500.00 or $1,-000 for one or two years. Good Security Given. Address in it a 87, new Philadelphia notice. A Quot Anil a Buzil whose place of residence is unknown will take notice Tuiai on the 30th Lay of june a. I. 1886. Cora Abbuhl filed her petition in the court of common pleas of Tuscarawas county Ohio Peirik Case number 2,595, praying for a divorce from said Daniel Abbuhl on the grounds of wilful absence for More than three years and also Gross neglect of duty. That said cause will be for bearing on wednesday october 5th, or As soon thereafter As the same can be heard. A a r ,. Cora Abbuhl. By j. Patrick a sox her attorneys. 31w6 re Union 51st and 80th Ohio volunteers. The committee on joint re Union of the 51st and 80th V. V. I., met at the citizens National Bank june 12,1886, to Complete arrangements for the reunion to let a held at Camp Meigs Ohio Dover fair ground september 8th, 1886. Captains Harger and Deis were appointed a committee to secure the grounds and make arrangements for serving meals to visiting comrades at reasonable rates. 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 of the committee that each surviving member of these Veteran regiments resolve himself into a committee on invitation and urge All to come. Done to forget the Day and Date As it is the anniversary of the occupation of Atlanta. Jacob Gepfert of Strasburg is Selling Fine top buggies Worth $75 for $55, on go Days time $55 for Cash. 31 of machinery of every kind repaired by experienced workmen and castings of every kind can be had at the English amp Dixon works new phila., 33-lt buy your fruit Trees shrubbery Green House plants Fowers etc., of your Home nurseryman Daniel Wiss new Philadelphia He Sells cheap and guarantees satisfaction. 33t6eow

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