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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - February 10, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The Philadelphia volume Philadelphia o., thursday february 10, 1887. Number 7.official directory. District. Congress Beriah Wilkins state . common pleas a Gpe ree county. . Probate j Edge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor a. Infirmary directors. City. Daniel Korns. James h. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. C. C. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. B. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. S. Glatfelter. Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins a. C. Figert g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. A. G. Neumann s. Rufer a w. E. Lash r. Benner 0. H. Hoover j. Wherley j. Porter a. Krantz Sec mayor a Erk marshal Street commissioner Council game Warden. Justices. Names. George Bear. Isaac couts. Henry deible., t Richardson. G Galbraith. John Smith. Jas Galbraeth. John Milone. Daniel Richard t b Rankin. L s Winsch. And Timmerman. S y Renneker. Is Mckinney. We e Beck. Samuel c Kline. J h Gardner. Rob t Coruthers John Wetter. William Kinse Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. T ii Mozena. Joseph Healea. Chas f Davis c c Fernsel. Levi Travis. Nich Montag. Wesley m tra John b Jones Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett. John s s Charles apr a Hugh t Minn c w Kinsley. P h Kuhn. s Wagner. J l Baldwin. Townships. Post office. Clay. Lock no. 17. Wayne. Dundee. Perry. Cadwallader. Washington Paoli. Bucks. Baltic. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Warwick. Tuscarawas. Warren. New Cumberland Franklin. Strasburg. Goshen. Barnhill. Kush. Tippecanoe. Mill. Uhrichsville. Goshen. New Philada a. Rush. Gnadenhutten. Clays a. Gnadenhutten. Perry. Cadwallader. Fairfield. New Philada a. Sandy. Mineral City. Goshen. New Philada a. Lawrence. Bolivar. Warren. New Cumberland Washington Albany. Wayne. Dundee. York. New Philada a. Rucks. Baltic. Salem. Port Washington Mill. Uhrichsville. Mill. Dennison. Oxford. Newcomerstown Franklin. Strasburg. Auburn. Ragersville. Dover. Canal Dover. R Dover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. R Andy. Mineral City. Auburn. Ragersville. Warwick. Tuscarawas. R Lawrence. Zoar. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Salem. Port Washington. Jefferson. Port Washington Fairfield. Zoar station. Jefferson. Stone Creek. Goshen. New Philada a. Oxford. Newcomerstown. York. Black band. Union. Uhrichsville. Union. Leesville. Professional directory. T 0ct0r Eda w1lhelmi Mclean gynaecologist. Practice limited to diseases of women and children. Office Public Square new Philadelphia Ohio. To. L. Sci Aik . G Wau Kurtov . Is. Mclean a Warburton physicians and surgeons. Office and residence Public Square new Phil phia Ohio. 7 up j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 46, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 48yl prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. J7d. Hissong a shaving shampooing and hair dressing parlor in basement under Millers drug store on North Broadway. New Philadelphia. O. 48yl John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House on North Broadway. 47yl j ii Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Amuel Moore. Attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties. Will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank. Mitchells dental Mitchell d. D. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. City Block a a new Philadelphia Her Raiff s hardware store Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. Gas and Ether administered or diseases of the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 53church directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 o clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. Christians services every lords Day morning at 10 00 a. In. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day of each month. Sunday school at 9 of clock a. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 o clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 of clock. German every sunday at 1030. A. 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 la the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 of clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United every sunday at 10 30 a. 7 o clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night school at 9 15 a. In. Sunday Lodge directory. chapter no. 38, r. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. Dasil Getzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, A a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mcilvaine. W. G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knig its of Lodge no. 73. Meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block Everty thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. C. W. Duncan k. Of it. And s. I. 0. 0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. T. J. Zellner. N. G. I. A. Correll rec. Sec y. I. O. O. Lodge. No. 430. Meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. C. Stempfly n. G. P. Seiil rec. Sec a. I. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday of each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Joi1n i Unn. C. P. I. A. Correll scribe. Canton Tuscarawas no. 35, 1>. M., i. 0. 0 f., meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall. City Block. R. J. W. D01 a Captain. A. Bippus Secretary. G. A re Andrew Crawford Post no. 6, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Daniel Korns commander. A l. Crouch. Adjutant. Royal Council meets every firstal it third Friday of each Mouth in knights of pythias Hall. A. P. Min Niclo Regent. F or. H. Officer Secretary. National Council. No 52. Meets every second and fourth wednesday of each month at g. R. Hall. E. Kaserman. Pres we. Bows amps. Cor. Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday. February 10, 1887.laws of newspapers. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. A a the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in advance31 66 if not paid within six months. 1 50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. a address All matter intended for publication to the editor. February 7th, the Senate passed two Bills appropriating $21,000,000 for the manufacture of steel for heavy ordnance and the construction of fortifications $1,000,000 of the appropriation is to let a applied in erecting an Amy gun factory at West Troy x. Y., for the purpose of manufacturing guns adapted to modern warfare up to and including the largest approved sizes and for the manufacture of gun carriages $5,-000,000 is for the construction of fortifications and coast defences. This looks As though the legislative bodies were getting their eyes open at last. 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 forming 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 Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to discontinue. We noticed in the Mineral Pointerf that parties were claiming the Coal underlying the land of or. Brothers of Mineral Point. It appears that or. Brothers had purchased his farm some years ago not knowing that the former owner had sold the Coal several years before. A controversy has Arisen Over the matter As to who is the rightful owner and May end in Legal proceedings. This Only reminds us of How careless most people Are about titles to property and How much trouble they bring upon themselves that could easily be avoided. The searching of titles requires the services of some one thoroughly acquainted with the records and who Lias had experience of that kind. We have a Good abstract or of titles in this county. Or. John a. Himes makes a business of that alone and has Complete abstracts of the records. You had better pay a moderate fee to or. Himes to have a title examined or demand an abstract of the party Selling before closing a contract if you wish to keep on the Safe Side. Never Purchase at judicial or private Sale until an abstract or has examined the title. To to John a. Himes opposite the court House. We can safely recommend him. Michigan will submit a prohibition amendment to the Constitution at her next election and the prohibition question will be the leading feature of the Campaign. A plot Lias been discovered whereby the Chicago anarchists were to be blown up by their comrades rather than die on the scaffold and probably to also blow up the executioner. Detective i Mulligan the Brave officer who was so brutally assaulted by the bandits at Ravenna is dead. His Skull was crushed with a coupling pin while the prisoner he had in charge was handcuffed to him which gave him but Little Chance to defend himself but he fought bravely while he had strength to stand up. He was a Good officer and respected by All who knew him. Lie leaves a wife and five children to depend upon the cold charities of the world. Citizens of Cleveland however have opened subscription lists for contributions to provide for the comforts of the bereaved family. We predict a Necktie party at Short notice for those hyenas in human form if caught. It will be their just deserts. The chinese indemnity Bill passed the House february 8th, paying $147,000, the whole damages claimed As indemnity for the outrages upon the chinese in Washington territory. The House has provided for payment direct upon proof. _ the election of Hon. David Turpie As United states senator from Indiana was the Correct thing to do. Or. Turpie was in the Senate for a Short time about Twenty years ago and has held Many positions of Trust and Honor during his life. He is a Man of wide experience combined with ability and will do credit to Indiana in the Senate. A Plain dealer. The Harrison National Bank of Cadiz has constructed a Fine new building that is said to be one of the finest of its kind in Eastern Ohio and will compare favourably with any Bank in the state. In speaking of this Bank the Cadiz Republican says a a it May be added that the Bank has completed this building while paying its usual six per cent Semi annual dividends without deducting a Dollar from its splendid surplus fund and without carrying any part of the expense into its account current. All of which May be properly credited to the Good business tact and excellent judgment of its present Board of Cadiz is beginning to look up now and if she gets the new Railroad will swell out to the proportions of a full fledged Little City. Glad to see her Prosper for we have a kind regard for her people. Hon. J. Ii. Fimple has introduced a Bill in the legislature requiring county commissioners to advertise the letting of Blank books Legal Blanks stationery and other office supplies of printed matter for four weeks and require that the contract be let to the lowest responsible bidder Quality considered All material of this kind for one year at each letting. A Law of this kind would save Carroll county a considerable amount of Money besides giving great Relief to officials from whining begging and As is the Case in this count bulldozing party friends. The old method has caused a Deal of trouble in this county and has been an expensive and corrupt system. It is High time that something was done in this matter. This Bill would bring the beggar Bulldozer and whiner Down to the realization that Industry and Economy would be justly rewarded while the Loafer and idler would be driven to earn his a a Salt or retire from the Field in this line of business. Let a or chronicle. How does the above strike Tuscarawas county publishers. It looks a Little As though it was in the interest of the City publishing houses. We feel that we can stand it for All we get out of it. We will do it As Low As any of them so a a let her the advocate last week in speaking of the Railroad meeting at Eagle Hall said that a suspicions were aroused in the minds of some who were present that or. Patrick might be acting in the capacity of an attorney in making that we desire to say that if any such impressions were made on the mind of anyone they Are entirely unwarranted. The officials of the Road had nothing to do with procuring or. Patrick a services As speaker that we Are wholly responsible for that and that the officers had not met or. Patrick until after he entered the Hall that night. Or. Patrick came very reluctantly As he was very Busy when called upon. But we Are glad to know that he has the Wellfare of our town at heart and that he told the people Many facts that cannot be disputed. Quite an interesting correspondence is going on Between the British government and the department at Washington relative to the fishery dispute. The great Bone of Contention is in reference to the construction put upon a clause in tie treaty of 1818. Each government contending it is right. The United states proposes to Deal with great Britain alone and not with Canada. It is Likely the question will he submitted to a commission As the British government says she is desirous of a just settlement of the fishery question. Great Britain apologizes for the lowering of the american Flag. Miss Van Zundt the Cranky Young woman who is violently enamoured of spies the anarchist murderer now in the Chicago jail awaiting execution secured e marriage License and on last saturday procured an ignorant Justice of the peace to marry her by proxy to the anarchist. Spies commissioned his brother to act for him As his substitute and the ceremony was performed with the alleged Bride and Groom several Miles apart. Of course the so called marriage is a great farce and will not hold in Law. Carlisle will doubtless have a competitor for the speaker ship in the person of Hon. Patrick a. Collins of Boston. Carlisles refusal to recognize any representative of the Southern tobacco interests has produced a breach that endangers his chances. That faction with the Aid of the Randall Tariff men who constitute a majority of the democratic caucus will be Able to Down him. Or. Carlisle is being severely criticised by his democratic Brethren. A crowd of Drunken and Devilish men placed a tie and a Large Stone on the pan handle track at a cattle guard near Coshocton last thursday night which came near wrecking the limited express no. 2, eastbound. The engine was thrown from the track but no other damage was done. It is said the men Are known and will be arrested. Done to it beat All what whisky is accomplishing in this paragraph. The chaps committing that deed ought to be Given a Necktie . The jacksonian of Wooster says that Post office inspector Holmes visited that place on thursday last to investigate Wooster a claims to a free postal delivery. After making a thorough examination of the office and the City he gave As his opinion that Wooster filled the requirements of the Law and would Likely get free delivery. Ii on. George 11. Pendleton has been talked of As probable successor to Manning. But the president has stated that minister Pendleton had not been considered at All in connection with any appointment different from which he now holds and that he will return to Berlin in ten Days. An account of the great Railroad disaster is on the inside of the paper. The latest account gives a list of 34 killed 30 wounded 2 missing and 12 that have gone Home. This Accident is similar in result to the Ashtabula disaster. A Man by the name of Brown was found dead on the Goshen Road yesterday wednesday morning. Coroner Beck was notified and an inquest was to be held in the afternoon but we have not Learned the particulars of his death. T e Way ohioans swell out. Ohio men Are constantly appealing to governor Foraker for permission to raise militia companies with which to fight Canada. Now Here is a Good idea. Let Ohio go to War with Canada and let the rest of the states sit Back and say a a go in Ohio go in Canada a whichever Way it turned out would be highly Chicago yews. We accept the situation. We can take Canada Annex it to Ohio and have a Republic of our own which will grow thrive Prosper and become perpetual. Ohio has just the Genius and gumption to run a big government. We have not enough scope in our present dealer. We received one letter from Ragersville too late for publication this week. The times added five new subscribers to its list on tuesday Forenoon of this week and As Many More on wednesday and it was a a of their own free will and Accord a that they made the request. The ladies of the lutheran Church Are preparing to give a citizens dinner and supper on Washington a birth Day february 22d, in the basement of the Church. Or. Paul one of the chief movers in the proposed Connon Ball line was in town on monday asking the commissioners of Tuscarawas county for right to Cross Public highways. The Standard theatre company no. 1, played to a nine Hundred audience at music Hail saturday night in our City j it was the largest audience in new j Philadelphia on such an occasion. The Philadelphia record proposes that j the United states buy Canada with a the but the trouble will be that we will have again on our hands a big extra lot of a Cashiers a which we have been getting rid of for years. The authorities of Medina county Are making things Lively for the Saloon keepers throughout that county. One has just been sentenced to pay a Fine of $150 costs and thirty Days in the . It is reported that some of the officials of the c. L. Amp w. Railway were in Uhrichsville not Long ago and purchased the old fair grounds in West Uhrichsville and will soon locate their shops Here. Hope paragraph. A Washington correspondent of the Cincinnati enquirer suggests Hon. Beriah Wilkins As the democratic candidate for governor this year. Beriah would make a Model governor and he could lie Sentinel. Game Warden Glatfelter thinks the last grand jury no Good that they disregarded Strong proof in the fish cases. He thinks it hut Little use to try to enforce the game and fish Law. If at first you done to succeed try try again or. Glatfelter. If you Are interested in a judicial executor or administrator Sale have it advertised in the times and it will be carried to All Points in the county and in the hands of 1,300 people. It pays to advertise where it reaches the greatest number. Elyria Shear works employing seventy live men want to remove to some other town for a Bonus. Who bids Carrollton could raise si0,000 or $15,-000 for such an Enterprise if she would a a get up and dust a a 1hronicle. Jacob Sehl who has been working on the new court House at Troy Ohio has returned to new Philadelphia and is ready to do papering or painting for our citizens. Jacob is a first class Workman and we Are glad to Welcome him Back again. For piano Box buggy nearly new very cheap will take $40. Also a new two seat Sleigh at $10. Party owning them wants to go West and has offered these articles at a great bargain. For further information Call at the times office. The Star look and ladder company will give a grand Ball at Eagle Hall on Washington a birthday february 22d. The boys always have a Good time and a refined and Well behaved crowd always in attendance at their entertainments. Every body invited. Miss Jennie Morgan of Oberlin Ohio the state organizer of the Young ladies c. T. U., will be at the presbyterian Church in new Philadelphia on Friday evening february 11th, to organize a Young ladies c. T. U., in this place. Everybody is cordially invited to be present As a Large attendance is earnestly desired. The reception Given to sex postmaster John Milone at the Central hotel last saturday evening was a grand affair and passed off to the satisfaction of All. An elegant upholstered rocking chair was presented to or. Milone. T. D. Lealea esq., made the presentation speech which was responded to in an appropriate and feeling manner by the Dennison paragraph. We publish this week in our business directory the card of drs. Mclean amp Warburton. These gentlemen have formed a Copartnership and whose office will be found in the Mclean Block Southwest Corner of Public Square. This we think a Wise arrangement As or. G. Warburton is highly educated in medical science being a graduate of the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor of Bellevue new York and also of the new York Eye and ear infirmary. To can heartily recommend the new firm. Or. Cyrus Roth of lock 17, gave our office a Friendly Call on Friday last and renewed his subscription to the times. Or. Roth is the agent for Roth a improved wire Brace for improving old rail Fence in this county and also general agent for Ohio. We noticed the Model and believe it is the most practical and cheapest Way to utilize old rails in making a Good substantial Fence and a great saving in rails. Besides it makes a straight line and occupies but Little ground and costs but five cents per Rod of Fence. We predict for or. Roth great Success in this business. Mrs. Doctor Eda Wilhelmi Mclean has opened an office in the Mclean Block on Public Square. She has spent much time and Money to prepare herself for the practice which will be limited to diseases of women and children and is fully competent to Battle with the Many ills that women Are heir to. Through timidity medical Aid is often postponed until the patient is at last compelled to Call a physician when the disease has gained considerable Progress and undermined the health forever. This embarrassment will not arise in calling on one of your own sex for treatment. Personal mention. James Kaldenbaugh has returned from his Western trip. Or. Charlie Johnson of Massillon was in town on tuesday. Charley Latimer of this place left for Kansas City tuesday of this week. Mrs. J. C. Ditmar of this City is visiting her parents at Wells Nile this week. Or. E. C. Lingen of Dennison gave the times office a Call on saturday last. J Ohn Andreas of Ragersville was in town on saturday. He is one of our Best horse buyers and is a Square dealer. A miss Bruch of Cleveland is visiting at the residence of judge Mcllvain on East fair Street. Or. And mrs. Johnj Judy will entertain their Many friends at whist this thursday evening. Or. And mrs. Henry Custer of East Avenue will give a fashionable party to their Many friends this thursday evening. David Forney of Stone Creek called at the times office on tuesday and added his name to our already Large list at that place. Miss Tena Smith sister of mrs. J. F. Wilkin gave a whist party to a number of invited guests at the residence of her sister on North Broadway on wednesday evening of this week. Mrs. J. F. Wilkin of North Broadway entertained her lady friends at Tea in handsome style on tuesday evening of this week. She was ably assisted by miss Smith her sister of pc Comers town. I Robert Galbraith of Trenton gave us a Call on saturday last. He has resumed merchandising again at the old stand. A a is always Good natured and pleases the people and we wish him Success. Transfers of real estate. Sheriff Bowers to we s Dent lot 1, new Cumberland $07. Robert Smith to William i Rutledge Union township $4,000. Geo g Williams to Mary a Williams lot 52, new Philadelphia $5. Isaac f Bailey to John Van Fossen 100 acres Washington township $4,000. Eli b Westhafer to John retry lots 20, 30, and 31, Gnadenhutten $375. John retry to Eli b Westhafer lot �?o24, Gnadenhutten $s00. Geo Zimmerman a Assignee to Vinton amp Stoutt lot 278, Dover $3,000. J Llo Vare of Donnell and others to g u Gibbons 23 2-100 acres Mill township $1,200. Ann ii Jewett to we a Bovey lots 21 and 22, Dennison $1. Geo Betscher and others to Frederick Hagner lot 4, Dover $1,250. Elizabeth Bitikofer to Benj Bitikofer g4 acres and 27 perches sugar Creek $3,020. Thomas Bucy to Hugh Allen 11 57-100 acres Goshen township $1,600. Maria and i b Moore to j 1 longshore lot 23, new Cumberland $2,200. C v Mccluskey to Stewart s Stefley lot 2, Dennison $1,150. Robert Smith to we h Smith lot 180, Uhrichsville $2,100. We ii Smith to Ida k Smith lot 180, Uhrichsville $2,100. A very Small trick. How an Effort to kill the indictment Alt a inst convicts Campbell and Francis failed. Columbus Ohio february 8. A very Small trick which is in Harmony with the gang was accidentally discovered while in Progress by the attorneys for the defense of the accused tally Sheet forgers of precinct a. A motion to quash this indictment against the defendants had been argued and the attorneys for the defense left the room. One of the number or. James a. Miles remembered that he had left Iii umbrella in the court room and upon returning for it found Foraker a jumping Jack prosecuting attorney Hilling sawing the air while arguing a motion to enter a Nolle and thus kill the indictment against the convicts Campbell and Francis who confessed and implicated the accused citizens. Or. Miles removed his overcoat and raked the prosecutor for some time very severely. As judge Wylie a term expires to Morrow and he retires from the Bench it was thought he would enter a Nolle and he probably would have done so. But for the timely arrival of or. Miles. The convicts Are expected to expose the conspiracy when put upon trial. Legislative doings. Bills introduced in both branches of the of Kral Assembly. Columbus Ohio february 8. Both branches of the general Assembly convened to Day and received the usual number of local option petitions. The following Bills were introduced in the House by or. Mccray changing the pres ent Law so that chattel mortgages May be renewed in three years instead of one. By or. Cowgill to increase the efficiency of common pleas courts by repealing the act creating the additional common pleas judges in Ohio. By or. Brown of Cuya hoga providing that All corporations shall file a copy of the articles of incorporation with the recorder of the county in which they Are located. By or. Ziegler to permit separate trials for persons arrested for Misdemeanour. By or. Haley supplementary to Section 6853, providing that houses which Are the resort of thieves can be declared a Public nuisance and abated. It also provides that the owner of the premises shall be liable to Fine and imprisonment. Early life of Benj. Franklin. Written for the times. Benjamin Franklin was the son of a tallow Chandler who migrated to new England from the Mother country about the year 1685. He was the youngest son of a family of seventeen children his father having had two wives. Benjamin was born in Boston january 17th, 1706. Ii is father had placed All of his elder Brothers As apprentices to different trades but Benjamin the tithe of his sons was sent to the grammar school at the age of eight years the intention being to dedicate his services to the Church. Lie was a diligent student and Rose very rapidly in his classes but his father could not without inconvenience Bear the expense of his education and at the age of ten years he was taken from school to help his father. He had however an aversion to his fathers Trade and an ardent desire to go to sea. But the father declared against the youths desire and determined to make him a Printer. His extreme love for books and his thirst for knowledge confirmed the Wisdom of his fathers Choice and at the age of twelve years he was apprenticed to his brother James who had set up in the business of printing in Boston. He was to serve As an apprentice until he was Twenty one years of age and he was to be allowed Journeyman a wages during the last year. By his Industry he soon became a Good Workman. He now had Access to better books and some opportunities to gratify his thirst for knowledge. He would procure books in any possible manner and sit up in his chamber at night to read them. At this time he took a Strong inclination for poetry and composed two ballads. In this his father discouraged him and led him to abandon the idea of becoming a poet. But he was intent on writing and began to write prose articles for his brother a paper. His brother did not however recognize his Able services As he should but rather imposed too much upon him. He now became tired of his connection with his brother and longed to be released. Presently lie embraced an Opportunity to leave Boston for new York at the age of seventeen. When he reached new York he immediately sought employment in his business but failing in this and learning that he might find employment in Philadelphia he started for there at once making his noted entry into that City. Here he made his appearance without Money and without friends but with a Noble character Consile learning and a Good Trade. He soon found employment with Teimer a Printer who lodged him in the family of miss read his future wife with whom he soon formed an intimate Friendship. Lie was now a master Workman and Laboured diligently in the interest of his employer spending his Leisure moments in his self improvement. In the Spring of 1724, he visited his friends at Home. Lie was Well dressed had plenty of Money and his mind stored with useful knowledge. Returning to Philadelphia he was persuaded to go to London and started thence in december of the same year lie remained in London for eighteen months working at his Trade. He then returned once More to Philadelphia to find that his Friend miss read had been persuaded by her friends to marry. The Union however proved to be an unhappy one and did not Long continue. Then the Mutual affection Between Franklin and his somewhat neglected Friend was revived and in september 1730, they were United in Matrimony. By a Little assistance from friends he was now Able to Start in business for himself in which he had almost infinite Success. Franklin a subsequent history i and Public services Are familiar t every i Ordinary Reader of the English Lan i Guage and will always be remembered As an example of what May be a j complis hed by Industry integrity and Economy. J. F. C. Agriculture in Alaska. 1 the visitor to Alaska is at once struck i by the Luxuriance of the vegetation j and is Apt to hastily diet Yvo the inference j that farming Woulcie acc Essul. But j there Are two obstacles in the Way. In j the first place the surface of Southeastern Alaska is exceedingly mountainous. At Bartlett a Bay near the Entrance of Glacier Bay there is quite an extent of comparatively level land but no experiments have yet been made to ascertain its capabilities. But even were the land All that could he desired the climate would be against the Success of any such Experiment. The average number of Rainy Days is 245, and the average rainfall is eighty five inches. The rainfall is not confined to any one portion of the years and even in july or August ten consecutive Days of fair weather is exceptional. It will be readily seen that fruit or crops have no Chance to Ripen. Near Juneau Hay has been raised this year but even in the latter part of july it was not ready to Cut. Such vegetables As turnips and potatoes have been raised with fair Success at Sitka and fort Wrangel but these places Are still dependent on the More Southern countries for supplies. Sal Mon berries blueberries strawberries whorl berries and Many others grow luxuriantly in Alaska and some have been exported to san Francisco. The Interior of Alaska is a Large Plain covered with wild grasses four and five feet High. The country is Well adapted for grazing if the herds can b a a <11 protected from the severe win. The Southern coast several Small herds of cattle have grazed Many years and Are found to do very Well but experiments with sheep show that they cannot endure the Long Winters. Young tramp to old tramp on finishing begged where we will get anything for supper old tramp a see Here Young Feller you Hainet got the proper spirit for this per Fesh. If you re going to begin thinking about supper soon As you be got through dinner you a better go Back to work you the farm residence of r. T. I Lake in Brown township this county near Wayne Burgh was destroyed by fire monday morning. The fire originated from Chimney Sparks. Loss $3,000�? insured for $1,200.�?carroll shot is made. The entire process explained by a reliable expert. Accidental discovery of the Tower Princess of making is Iota dropping to at has a temperature of fifteen Hundred degrees. In. Mail and express How Many new yorkers have found time to penetrate the mysteries of a shot Tower not More than one in 500 of the City a population Ever visits the towers. The trip is not without its Reward. It is astonishing How much the average Man May learn about very common place things. Or. C. C. Trave is superintendent of one of new Yorkus shot towers. Entering the factory the first thing seen is an enormous Fly wheel nearly As Large As that of the great Corliss engine which is a part of the sifting and sorting machinery. Passing through and leaving behind the rumble of the heavy engine a Patter like that of Hail is heard. Looking Down one sees a tank of water twelve feet deep. Into this the shot continually rain. A this is no. 6 shot a said or. Tracy. A it Falls from the first Landing a distance of 140 feet. About three fourths of it is found to be of the desired size no. 6, As it comes from the water. The remainder is of different sizes and a certain Small fraction is imperfect and must be melted again. Now if you Are ready for a hard climb we will go up stairs. 1 have been Here Twenty one years. These stairs did not formerly bother me at All but now they catch my Knees a at the first Landing stood a Man with leather gloves leather apron and sponge at nose before a vast cauldron filled with molten Lead. He was using a Large ladle with which he replenished a cast Iron pot standing in a sort of Box like a Cistern top. Down through the Bottom of this pot perforated like a colander the globules of Lead fell. A Quot you know a said or. Tracy a a that the discovery of this process came about All by Accident. Some roofers were repairing a Church spire. One of the workmen happened to notice that the solder which fell from his lofty Perch was found in tiny globes upon the ground beneath the Steeple. From this fact he argued that the roundness of shape must be caused by the effect of the Long passage through the air and the principle of the shot Tower was evolved. Till that time All shot was moulded. Lead melts at about 590 degrees fahrenheit. This Lead which the Man is handling has a temperature of something like 1,500 degrees. You May imagine it is pretty hot. This Little Kettle holds 7.000 pounds of Lead which All goes Down in about two hours. We get pig Lead from Omaha and Newark. Generally we carry 375 tons of shot in or. Tracy climbed to the second Landing one Hundred and eighty five feet above the ground. There the writer was introduced to a Furnace and cauldron for larger sized shot. The View from the windows was Superb. Twenty feet above is the roof of the Tower. Any one who had mounted to the second Landing is quite ready to rest a few moments while the process of shot making is explained. A Lead shot a said or. Tracy a though sometimes Mado of Lead alone is almost always formed of an Alloy of arsenic and Lead. The arsenic is introduced in the form of Arsenious acid or the sulph Uret. The object of the addition of the arsenic is to Render the hard Brittle qualities of the Lead softer and More ductile. And of the proper consistence to take the globular form. Owing to the rapid decomposition of the arsenic it is treated by itself in the Bottom of the melting Kettle. A cover is placed Over the substance and its Stem which rises up through the Kettle is fastened Down. The Lead is then added above the cover and when melted the cover is lifted out of the liquid mass which instantly becomes permeated with the arsenic beneath. The Alloy thus produced contains forty five pounds of arsenic to the ton of Lead and is known As this again is added in the proportion of one per cent., to the pure Load and thus the shot Alloy containing a very Small percentage of arsenic is produced. The a temper pots hold about a ton of Metal each. Alter the shot have reached the Bottom of the Well they Are at once lifted out by an elevator and thrown upon an inclined drying table Over which they slide falling finally into a wire Gauze rotating Cylinder. Then they Are rolled and ground together and in this Way the minute burrs upon them Are removed. From the Cylinder another elevator lifts the shot upon a screening table. This consists of a series of planes arranged at gradually decreasing Heights. Between each two there is an interval. The shot being started at the head of the highest plane will if perfect Roll from one plane to another jumping Over the intermediate spaces. If imperfect however it tumbles and goes Back to the melting Kettle. The Good shot after passing this ordeal reach the separators. It should be explained that there Are usually several tables each being devoted to a different size of shot. The Little Leaden globes Are next elevated to the top Cylinder of a series arranged on an incline. They Are conical in form and covered with perforated Sheet brass. Each Cylinder serves As a Sieve for a particular size of shot retaining that and allowing All smaller sizes to escape. The shifting goes on until each Cylinder has picked out the particular class of shot to which it is adapted. The sizes of shot Are Standard. The smallest is known As a dust a and then comes no. 12,�?T which is .05 Inch in diameter 2.336shot going to the ounce. The sizes then increase by one hundredths of an Inch up to Twenty three hundredths of which there Are Twenty four shot to the ounce. The shot being assorted polishing alone remains to be done. This is accomplished by placing the shot together with plumbago m a Box which is rapidly rotated. The Glossy Black smoothness is thus imparted. The shot Are then weighed bagged and ready for a Are not the fumes of the Lead and arsenic very injurious to the workmen i Quot or. Tracy was asked. A Well there is no denying that some men Are affected by the fumes engendered in the process of manufacture. Some systems can not stand it. One of our employees showed signs of poisoning. He grew feeble and gave up his place. But after a vacation of seven months he returned to us again and remained nine years in perfect health. It is difficult to Lay Down a general Rule. Our Inen Are All healthy. Painters corrodes and smelters Are much More exposed to noxious fumes than Are those engaged in making shut.�?T when lord Clive was at Wiist. Fortnightly review lord Clive was on one occasion playing whist when he received a letter from major Ford commanding a Field Force conveying important intelligence. Lord Clive did not interrupt his game but merely scribbled in Pencil a dear Ford fight them at once. 1 will Send you the order in Council wonderful cures. W. I. Hoyt amp co., wholesale and retail druggists of Rome ga., say we have been Selling or. Kings new discovery electric bitters and thick Lens a Arnica Salve for two years. Have never idled remedies that sell As Well or give such Universal satisfaction. There have been some wonderful cures effected by these medicines in this City. Several cases of pronounced consumption have been entirely cured by use of a few bottles of or. Kings new discovery taken in connection with electric bitters. Bre guarantee them always. Hold by C. Miller amp son. Unclaimed letters. The following list of unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office february 7th, 1887 j. S. Mitchell e. F. Eggeman Frederick Pantone Geo Stuckey Anthony Conley William Smith letter and package Joseph s. Smith mrs. Nettie Walker Michael Zackariah and Henry Walton. E. Fribley p. the Legal Mill. Assignment of court cases. No 12 tuesday feb. 8. 35�? William Lehner v Robert Lynn. Wednesday feb. 9. 36�?John w. Chapman v Cleveland amp Marietta Railroad. 37�?theodore Mumma is same.  15�?crisswell nagely is j. T. Of Donnell. 54 a Jane Scarborough is the Queen insurance company eng. Thursday feb. 10. 59�?sarah e. Haskett is j. T. Of Donnell Etal. 61�?George Lenhart is John Kalts. 65�?John Burry is John Wetter. Friday feb. 11. Six Benjamin Beans is the Royal insurance company. Monday feb. 14. 90�?Joseph Axx is John d. Utis. Tuesday feb. 15. 95�?City Bank new Philadelphia is Frederick Bigler it Al. 96�?same is same. Wednesday feb. 16. 119�?caleb Jones is John Derfer. Thursday feb. 17. 122�?nathaniel Miller is George w. Mckee. 67�?body, Dies amp co. Is the Dennison Coal company. Friday feb. 18. 134�?elias Knisely v John Kail. 137�?leonora Thornton v Philip sheets. Saturday feb. 19. 140�?rachel a Bruner v Aaron t Miller. Moxa a feb. 21. 142�?nancy Shannon v John \ Hostetler trustee. 14s�?ellen Miles v Annie Graham. 149�?same v Joseph Graham. 150�?same v Annie Graham. Tuesday feb. 22. 1>2�?a j Reisher v Hines amp Spray. 157�?custer in Rainsberger v the new Philadelphia Iron and steel co. 158�?frank Smith v George Mathias. Wednesday feb. 23. 17s�?alvin Vinton or v John s Nelson. 181�?John Ruly v Elizabeth peepers. 184�?William Wingate v Zebu Ion i Sparks. Thursday feb. 24. 187 Jacob Foehl v Isaac beavers. 201 Thompson Lybarger rvs the Clevland amp Marietta Lizzie Severn is Jacob w too Day. Friday feb. 25. Hawk it Tracy the american express co. Monday feb. 28. Arnold Abbihl v John Erwin. Ohio on complaint of Callie Abbuhl is John Erwin. Tuesday March 1. 2 Joseph e Fredenbur v Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling wednesday March 2. 8 Joseph Sampler it Al v John a Hostetler a Assignee. Josiah Wardell v John Gow. Just Swinderman v Christian Swinderman. Thursday March 3. Nevada Utterback v Mary Kaehler. Friday March 4. Nevada Utterback v Philip j . Saturday March 5. Nevada Utterback v Frederick Hern. Monday March 7. Nevada Utterback v Charles a Scheu. Thursday March 10. Jeremiah Rusk v the Monarch Coal co. Local notices. 212 �3� 236 9 242 254 270 t indictments. Keeping room. Selling and furnishing to miners. Assault with intent to kill. Shooting with intent to kill. Keeping House of ill Fame. Keeping open and soiling on sunday Selling to Miner. Selling to person in habit of gutting drunk. Keeping open on sunday and Selling to Miner. 1 a full line of school Hooks at Gentsch a drug store. For Fine soaps perfumes and fancy articles go to Gentsch a drug store. Buy your school books at Gentsch a. They always have a full assortment. The finest line of toilet articles to he seen in town is at Gentsch a drug store. Some of the new productions in Wall paper at Gentsch a Are most Beautiful. Prescriptions carefully compounded at All hours Day or night at Gentsch drug store. Wall paper in All the new designs and a very Complete assortment at Gentsch a drug store. Everything that is late in design in Tine toilet articles is on exhibit at Gentsch a drug store. Or. J. L. Wallace the genial manager of the Gentsch drug store is a thorough expert in filling prescriptions. If you want any kind of Job work done on Short notice and at prices that defy Competition Call at the times office. Do not forget to examine into our oilers in real estate. See our list on Ith Page. We Are offering some it extra bargains now on town property. All kinds of leather shoe finding and h mess goods very cheap at Zimmerman a. Lie pays Cash for hides sheep pelts and furs. 6w2 for 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 Isth now is the time to subscribe for the times and the american Farmer both one year for $1.30 Cash. Our present Stise Riviers can have the same Opportunity by renewing their subscription for the times. See advertisement on 4th Page. For a standing top Phaeton nearly new and of first class work and material Cost $150.w ill sell cheap also a new set single harness Cost $30 will sell cheap with Phaeton or will sell alone. For information Call at the times office. For a Good second hand four horse Power engine and boiler almost As Good As new including All attachments. Will sell for $150. A bargain in it. For further particulars inquire at the times office or Call on a. A. Fradenburgh port Washington 40t.f a liar Les Urban a newsboy in Philadelphia was pushed off a Cable car by the conductor last summer and had one leg amputated. Jle Lias just recovered $18,000 damages from the company. The Case was carried through the courts by the manager of the newsboys Mission. For Sale Price $270. Power upright portable total. 19 proceedings. The following cases were dismissed Patrick Copeland v Joshua c Price. I Childs amp co v John ii Murphy. John c Lewis v Etta Lewis. C e Gehring v Henry s Render. Alpharetta Lanning v Charles s fanning. Joseph Rosenberry v Jacob Shunk. George Lenhart v John Knotts. The following cases were settled Henry Kaldenbaugh v Benj. Beans. C s Johnson v t d Lealea. Thomas Moore v Jesse i Elliott or. Stephen of Donnell v Rol it Ert Price. Crisswell it nagely v William Jackson. Willoughby b Bairs v Joseph Patton. Thomas Moore v Jesse i Elliott or. Jacob Engel v Augustus Wilhelmi. Bertha Brinkman v John Dessecker. J City Bank of new Philadelphia v Isaac is 1 vis it Al. J the following eases were continued to j next term of court i Jennie Bailey v Bertha Meyers. Lewis k Thompson v David Thompson. Same v same. Oscar p Dunning v Daniel j Halliger. Hubbell Brown amp co v Samuel Lav Nar. Rust King Clute v same. A. Clenard Buger v Julia r Bell. Elvin let Van Ostran v Jane Parker. Alice k Minnis v William Minnis. Same v Anna Minnis. Inter Forney v Edward p Forney. Greatly excited. Not a few of the citizens of new Philadelphia have recently become greatly excited Over the astounding facts that Many of their friends who have been pronounced by their physicians As incurable and beyond All Hope suffering with that dreaded monster consumption have to it Een completely cured by or. Kings new discovery for consumption the Only remedy that docs positively cure All Throat and lung diseases coughs colds asthma and bronchitis. Trial bottle free at C. Miller amp songs drug store. Large bottles $1.00. L . Manufactured by Payne amp co., new York. All fixtures go with it. It 1 is in Good order and As been used but a Short time. A bargain in it. Call at i s. Moore a Law office Over citizens a National Bank. 3,7 any one desiring to sell Exchange of buy real estate of any kind or chattels will do Well to Call on tiie proprietor of the times who will act As agent for the same on reasonable terms. No charges made for advertising in the times when j you employ us As agent. No names o i parties Given to the pub ii but made known Only to those wishing to Pur a Chase. Of for Sale. A Small farm of 68 acres known As i the Peter Oliver tract on i run adjoining Coal mine no. 2. There Are i three dwelling houses on the premises j two Orchards and a school House. Sixty acres cleared and under Good cultivation Ami Good fences. All in grass. Terms reasonable. Possession can be Given at any time. For particulars Call on S. Ronig at times office or William Oliver Pike run. 39tf for 300 acres of first class Plain and River in Ottom land and about 70 acres of Hill land being what remains unsold of the James Waddington farm situated on the new Philadelphia and Uhrichsville Road near the town of Pike run. The buildings Are Good. This land will he sold As a whole or divided to suit purchasers. The River Bottom 1 land would be sold in Small tracts. Also a farm of 140 acres of Plain and River Bottom land situated three and one half Miles from new Philadelphia. A. S. Komio aft Oriu y at Law. Office Over citizens National Bank now Philadelphia of Iii. 35tfmarket Alpo to times office february 10, 1887. Flour Patent v bib. $ 5 10 a a a a v sack. 1 25 a a Best family of bib. $ 4 45 a a Amber v Auk. I 20 a a a a new proc. 1 50 wheat it Bushel. 80 corny new of Bushel. 40 Oats new it Bushel. 27 Rye it Bushel. 66 butter it Pound. 15 3 20 Kuosu it dozen. A buckwheat flour it Pound. 03 hams it Pound. 10 shoulders it Pound. 06 sides it Pound. 07 lard it Pound. 06 tallow it Pound. 3� beef it Pound. 07 5 l a Salt Goshen it barrel. 1 15 White Lime it barrel. 1 00 Akron cements it barrel .1 35 calcined plaster it barrel. 2 25 land plaster it ton. 9 00 a a a a a it barrel j 50 potatoes it Bushel new .30 dried peaches it Bushel i 65 dried apples it Bushel .1 0o a a a a a it Pound 04 rags it Pound. 01 onions it Bushel. 50 Hay it ton new. 8 00 Clover seed it Bushel 604. 4 50 Timothy seed it Bushel .2 10 Wool. 30 fertilizers it ton. 35 00

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