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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - February 17, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday february 17. 1887. Number 8. Official directory. District. New Philadelphia times. Congress. State senator. Common pleas judges. Berl amp a Wilkins a Jjo cd Naime Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Quot i j. Pearce county. Representative. Private judge. Pros Eluting attorney. Clerk. So Seriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. Wilkins j. C. Figert g. W. Bowers j Oil n a. Kinsey John Meyers. J. G. Neumann s. Rufer w. E. Lash Benner 0. I. Hoover Ozias belong j. Porter l. Krantz Sec City. Daniel Korns. James ii. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. C. 0. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. B. 1�. Scott. Andrew Erwin. Glatfelter. Mayor a Erk marshal Street commissioner Council game Warden. Thursday february 17, 1887. Justices. Names. Townships i Post office. Daniel Krebs Ciao. Lock no. 17. James w Stoutt Wayne Dundee. George Bear Perry Cadwallader. Isaac couts j Washington Jpe Oli. Lenry Deible Bucks Baltic. 1 . R g Galbraith. Warwick Tuscarawas. T k Robinson Warren new Cumberland 1�?~bilip a Garver Franklin Strasburg. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. A the Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in advances 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 3�?oremittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to tie address of tie proprietor. Tow address All matter intended for publication to the editor. Laws of newspapers. John Smith. Jas Galbraeth. John Milone. Goshen Barnhill. . . Daniel Richards Goshen new Philada a. T b Rankin Rush Gnadenhutten. L s . And Timmerman. Berr Cadwallader. S y Renneker. Fairfield new Philada a. I s Mckinney. Sandy Mineral City. Win e Beck it Loshen new Philada a. Samuel 0 Kline Lawrence Bolivar. J h Gardner Warren new Cumberland robot coruthers1 Washington Albany. John Wetter j Wayne Dundee. William Kinsey York. New Philada a. Philip Koerfer. Bucks Baltic. T j Stocker Salem port Washington t h Mozena Mill. Uhrichsville. Joseph local a Mill. Dennison. Clias f Davis Oxford Newcomerstown a c Fernsel Franklin Strasburg. It i Travis Auburn Ragersville. J w Newburg Dover canal Dover. Jos 11 Hostetter Dover canal Dover. Nieh Montag Dover canal Dover. Wesley m Tracy Sandy Mineral City. John b Jones j Auburn Ragersville. Hiram Echman. Warwick Tuscarawas. David Breymeir Lawrence oar. Lewis c Creek. Shanesville. 1. A Cornett Washington John s Spring Jefferson port Washington Charles h Ellers Fairfield Zoar station. John w Rolli Jefferson Stone Creek. Hugh t Minnis. Goshen new Philada a. C w Kinsley Oxford Newcomerstown p h Kuhn York Black band. s Wagner Union Uhrichsville. J l Baldwin Union Leesville. Subscribers who do not give express notice to 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 he held in Law to he a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without a Morniing the publishers and the paper is sent to the former direction Tivey 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. Mineral Point for the z., n. Amp c. Railroad. Professional directory. R 0ct0r Eda wil11elmi melt lean gynaecologist. On monday night therit Izenson Mineral Point held a meeting in the interest of the N. Amp c. Railroad that is quite encouraging to the friends of the Road. Or. Ilo Den was called upon to preside As chairman and the editor of the Pointer As Secretary. Speeches were made by messes. Judge Barnhill a. Beers vice president and or. Holden. The attendance was Good and was composed of the business men of the town and the farming Community. Or. A. Beers then briefly informed the citizens assembled of the plans and purposes of the Road and that they had made their Survey up the Buckhorn Valley and then Down Oldtown to new Philadelphia and thence up Beaver dam and office Public Square new Philadelphia 0. 7 j. L. if . G Wabi Furtow . Is. Mclean amp warburt0n, physicians and surgeons. Office and residence Public Square new Phil phia Ohio. 7 j j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 46, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 48yl Jfrancis Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. Cd. Hissong a shaving shampooing and hair dressing parlor in basement under Millers drug store on North Broadway. New Philadelphia 0. 4syl 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 h Booth attorney at Law. Notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Camuel 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 rooms. Grant Mitchell d. D. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. City Klorik non Philadelphia Her Raff s hardware store Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. A a a Gas and Ether administered. Of ii diseases of the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1 Church directory. Sabbath at 10gi0 a. And 7 of clock p. In. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 of clock. German every sunday at,a. And 1> p. M., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday of morning service of each month concert in tie 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. In. And 7 of clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday Neh ool at 9 15 a. Lodge directory chapter no. 38, b. A. Al., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. O. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniel get Max Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177. Amp a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mall Valnik . G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights of Lodge. No. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Liwock every thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. C. W. Duncan in. Of And s. Practice limited to diseases of a Omen and crossing the an heeling a Lake Erie Road children. ,.a,a Little South East of \ Alley Junction to a connection with the Valley Road at Mineral Point that the length of the Road in this county Widd be 32 or 33 Miles traversing for the greater portion of its length what in his judgement was by far the most valuable for developing the resources of the county that for the whole distance valuable mines could he opened on almost every farm on both sides of the Road on the Oldtown and Beaver dam valleys that the company proposed to build the Road with their own Money that they wanted no Man to subscribe Stock that they had no Stock for Sale and that All they asked of the people along the line of the Road was to procure or guarantee the company the right of Way. That if the people would give the right of Way As he thought they should except in a very few instances that that would suit the company Best. But that if there were places where Money would have to be raised to buy right of Way that then they desired the people to get the most Favoro Rable contracts they could and that where reasonable contracts could be had the company would Advance their own Money and take Possession of the right of Way construct the Road and when completed and in operation that then they would expect the people under their guarantee of the right of Way to refund to the company just the amount that the company would not Call for any of the Money guaranteed until the Road was completed and in operation. These propositions seemed entirely satisfactory to the people at a ineral Point. Or. Beers said he thought that not More than one fourth or one third would ask any damages at All and that Many had already signed right of Way and Many others were ready. Or. Holden and i judge Barnhill both discussed the merits presbyterian preaching every sunday at i f Undorf Kino and reminded the 10 30 a. In. And 7 of clock a it. In. Sunday school Oil in undertaking Ana re minuet me at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday j citizens of the benefits to be derived not evening.,.,. Only to the people along the line and in every lord s Day morn a new Philadelphia and a ineral Point ing at 10 00a. Preaching morning and \ evening every third lords Day of each but the Benefit to the tax payers at Large month. Sunday school at 9 o Dock a. Judge Barnhill stated that he had sex Meti Odist every mined the records in the auditors office and find that the total amount of tax levied in Tuscarawas county amounting to $301,411.15, and that railroads now within the county pay $26,-019.71, being about 9 per cent of the whole amount paid in the county Anil clearly demonstrate that railroads Bear their full share of the Public Burden and that this Road if built would also pay its share thus lessening the amount to be raised on other property. They immediately appointed a committee of seven business men of a ineral Point to organize and make arrangement to solicit right of Way and Money to pay for the same where it is absolutely necessary and they assured the company that a ineral Point could be relied upon to do her part. We Hope parties All along the line will say the same. It does seem to us that this is a very fair Otter for a Road. No risks to run for if the Road is not built it will Cost you nothing. We had a letter from or. Bailey president of the Road yesterday stating that the company had their arrangements All completed and were Philadelphia Lodge. No. 107. Ready to take hold and go to work As meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows j is in right of Way is turned Over Hall. A j t. J. Zellnor. N. G. A. Corbell Llee. Seow a. Armets lows Hall i. 0. 0. Lodge not every monday evening in Odd i City Block. C. Stem pm Fly n. G. P. A fail rec. Sec a. 1. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday of each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. John xxx c. P. I. A. Cork Ell scribe. Canton Turca raw As no. 3-5, p. a i. 0. 0. F., meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall. City Block. R. J. W. Dodd Captain. A. Bippus Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. 6, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. I it. Niel Korns commander. R. L. Crouch. Adjutant. Royal Council meets every first and third Friday of each month in knights of pythias Hall. A. P. Minnick Regent. J. H. Officier Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday of each month at g. 11. Hall. E. Kaserman pres. We. Bowers Cor. Sec a. To the company. If the people want this Road and want to see work begun this Spring then sign up the right of Way and raise the necessary fund to pay the damage to those entitled to it immediately and not keep the company waiting. They have Given you their terms. Joseph Junkins and the doers look family of Beaver dam have signed right of Way free through their farms. Who comes next a company has been formed to dredge the Carson River in Nevada for quicksilver and amalgam. Eighteen Miles of River bed have been located. It is estimated that ten per cent of the Bullion product of the Comstock mines have flowed As tailings into the Carson River and that at least $40,000,000 will be received. Hon. Beriah Wilkins came to our City on monday afternoon of this week to Settle the Post office muddle. Many were the conjectures As to the result. The various candidates and their friends were on hand but As there was but one office and several candidates some had to be disappointed. Major Mathews naturally thought he had just claims on the party and that he ought to have it but then there was senator Paine with his Little Hatchet ready to score the major when he would come up for confirmation in the Senate for having called him a Coal Oil Johnny a and this everlasting Barrier could not be got rid of and or. Mathews calmly submitted to Liis Fate somebody had piled up a fortress in the Way of Jacob Degrief Turat would require time to get rid of and then there was messes. Minnis Arnold Parr and e. P. Degrief All Good democrats and aspirants for the office and All of them Good men too. It now depended on who could bring the greatest influence to Bear in presenting their claims for the appointment. Before Sunset parties claiming to know the Lay of the Field were claiming a Victory for e. P. Degrief. Not being in position to look through the political Horoscope we were in the dark until about noon on tuesday and then through the kindness of a Friend we were apprised of the fact that e. P. Degrief would he endorsed by or. Wilkins. The appointment no doubt will be made. Thus ends the contest. The aspirants were All Good men but the trouble is there Are too Many Good men to All have offices. We have no doubt but de. Will make a Good postmaster. After a Long session the conferees on the anti polygamy Bill reached a Complete agreement on the Points of difference Between the two houses. The provisions of the measure cannot As yet be obtained. They include however what is regarded by the conferees As the Best features of the House and Senate Bills. The Section of the Senate Bill which provides for the appointment of a Board of trustees to administer on the property of the Morman Church is omitted. The Bill repeals the charter of the Morman Church and instructs the attorney general to Institute proceedings to recover All property of that corporation not acquired in accordance with Laws of the United states. It also revokes the charter of the Morman immigration society and devotes the property of both corporations to Public school dealer. The above Bill if it should pass and become a Law and there is Little doubt but what it will pass now that both houses have agreed will effectually break the Backbone of mormonism and it will soon dwindle and become one of the lost causes a religious fanaticism wicked in the extreme that fell loaded with crime a curse in the sight of god. It is said that the president has decided to appoint Allen g. Thurman one of the commissioners under the inter state Commerce Law recently enacted. It is about time that the administration was extending some recognition to the a a old he ought to have been made Secretary of state in the Cabinet. A few More of the old Mossback in official places would be eminently satisfactory to the democracy about this time and cause them to enlist More heartily in the presidential Campaign next year. Or. Ii. 11 Arnold of Lamar Bent county Colorado arrived in our City on thursday last. He came to see his Mother mrs. Or. Kurtz who has been lying seriously ill for the past four weeks and at times almost at the Point of death. Or. Arnold has a Host of friends Here who were glad to meet him. We understand he is engaged in real estate business and keeping hotel on the european plan in Lamar. We Are glad he is prospering. Or. Frank j. Longdon special agent of the National life insurance company of Vermont is making head quarters at the Gilsey House now. Be know or. Longdon to be a straight Forward business Man and that he represents one of the most reliable life insurance companies in the United states. He can heartily recommend him and his company. The Sun rises at 6 58 and sets at 5 31. Or. William Mizer of Bakersville called at the times office on wednesday and renewed his subscription to the times lie informs us that the Bakersville pack had not reached there yet on saturday. We Are sure we mailed it but suppose it has met with some mishap As is often the Case with the mails. In state v. Dermott the new Jersey supreme court holds that a Man bitten by a dog May recover damages from the owner upon evidence that the dog with the knowledge of the owner had a mischievous tendency to bite whether in anger or not. A Bill has been introduced in the Indiana legislature to make wilful homicide of the seducer of a woman by her father brother or husband a simple Misdemeanour punishable Only by Fine without imprisonment. Somebody ought to give those Bays bismark and emperor William a Good scolding for being so fiery and full of fight. Both ought to know better. Emperor William is nearly 90 and bismark is past 72. A Man is under arrest at Pittsburg who claims to be Harry Mcmunn who was rescued from the officers at Ravenna. He carries one hand in a Sling. The police arrested him and will hold him for identification. The Marysville journal says that a Hon. Beriah Wilkins is the Man whom the Buckeye democrats should make chairman of their executive committee if the want Pluck push and Victory a a mortgage Given to a particular creditor on the same Day that a debtor makes a general deed of assignment is solid As against the assignment. Done to forget the firemen a Ball on next tuesday evening. See the new advertisement on fourth Page of Zellner amp sons and done to forget to give them a Call when you want anything in their line. Mrs. Sal he Richards of Westchester aged about 70 years died very suddenly tuesday morning at the Home of her son in Law John press. The Ohio legislature passed a Bill Friday offering a Reward of $5,000 for the capture of the desperadoes who assaulted Captain Hoehn and detective Hulligan. In Arborville n. S., on the Bay of Fundy there Are living ninety persons Over seventy years of age. Of these there Are Twenty couples who have been married fifty years or More and of these five of the husbands Are Brothers. The party that took the package from the gasoline Post at the town Scales tuesday afternoon is known and if it is not returned immediately the party will be prosecuted by the Jayor. Done to fail to attend the Benefit Given by the ladies of the lutheran Church on tuesday next. A splendid meal will be served at noon for 35 cents and supper in the evening 25 cents. You get Back the Worth of your Money beside have a Good social time. The first Case made under the fish and game Law was held before a Squire Richards tuesday. Game Warden Glat Felter arrested a Dover party and brought him before said Justice of the peace and upon plea of guilty he was fined $25 and costs which was promptly paid. Next tuesday being Washington a birthday there will be school but one hour in the afternoon from half past one to half past two of clock and that hour will be devoted to exercises appropriate to the occasion. Parents and friends of the school Are invited to be present. Requests have been made of new Philadelphia folks for contributions to the Hulligan fund for the support of deceased a family. Ii. E. Shull marshal has the papers and any one desiring to contribute something for the Benefit of the family of the Brave detective will pay the same to or. Shull and it will be properly credited and forwarded to the proper parties. Rev. Henry Newton a popular and Well known minister of Union Point ct., went to Button his clothes when to his Surprise and consternation his left Arm broke just above the Elbow. An examination was made by a physician when it was discovered that or. Newton had for some time been suffering from a cancer at the Bone but the pain had been so slight that he thought it was an attack of rheumatism. The limb was amputated and be is doing As Well As could be expected. A iss Christena Wenger of this place who kept House for judge Patrick sr., for Many years was found dead in bed tuesday morning. She had complained for some time but her extreme critical condition was not generally known to the Public on account of her reticent disposition. She was heard moaning during the night by the family occupying a part of the House but they thought nothing strange of it As she had frequently been heard. No postmortem was held As the physicians treating her All agreed As to the cause of death. Lightning last thursday morning almost made it necessary for the Railroad company to build the Long promised a a new depot a at Woster. During the Thunder storm lightning struck the Telegraph wires passing through the office and Down the ground wire. In its course it melted the Lead connections at the Gas meter allowing the Gas to escape which caught fire and soon set the surrounding Woodwork ablaze. The lire was soon discovered by the employees who after turning off the Gas extinguished the Wooster Jackson the ladies of the lutheran Church will furnish dinner and supper in the lecture room of the Church on tuesday the 22d inst. Dinner from 12 m. To 3 p. A and supper from 5 to 10 p. 111. The dinner will consist of Turkey Chicken roast beef corned beef boiled Ham and a full line of vegetables fruits and pastries with Tea and Coffee. Price of dinner 35 cents. A first class supper will be furnished for 25 cents. Oysters and ice Cream extra. A cordial invitation is extended to All. The a Young Peoples society will also have on exhibition and for Sale a number of fancy and useful articles. A a Hellow or. Steinbach what was going on at your House last sunday a a to we had a Little time a a what was it a a a Well we had a christening dinner for that handsome girl baby of a a who was there among that big turn out a a a Well the Dicks All of them and their friends then came the Stin Ebach a and their friends in fact All of our relatives were on hand and i Tell you we had a big a a anybody else there a a Well yes. Or. Kern Ackerman and wife of Massillon paid us a visit and participated in the com. On Friday morning last an Accident occurred on the c. Amp p. Road near Newburg that came near causing another Railroad disaster. At about 12 10 Friday morning As train no. 42 was passing Over Bridge no. 2, Over a Creek one of the abutments gave Way letting the West end of the Bridge drop into the Creek. The engine express and baggage car got to the East Side of the Bridge but the engine turned on her Side and the two cars Are off the track. The smoking car stopped on the Bridge the West end going Down into the water. The rear coach and Sleeper remained on the West Side of the Bridge. No passengers were seriously injured. The Engineer had orders to approach every Bridge at a slow rate of Speed and was Accord Dinghy obeyed and thus the miraculous escape from a great horror. Personal mention. Reuben Allen of Uhrichsville was in this City on monday. Mrs. Henry Booth is suffering seriously with inflammatory rheumatism. Messes. N. C. Blume and Bert Wells of Canton spent Sabbath with friends in this City. Chas. Hamilton of Cambridge is visiting at the residence of a is. Ashbaugh on West fair Street. Or. I. Crooks of Massillon connected with the Warwick flouring Mills was in the City monday on business. Miss Mary Schweitzer of hummels Valley is visiting at present with friends in Stark county Ohio. Or. Kern Ackerman an energetic Young business Man of Massillon gave the times office a Friendly Call on monday of this week. Alonzo Shetler of Baltic j. H. Ben Fer of Dundee Jacob Horn and Jasper Mitchel of Dover James Fisher of Columbus the former editor of the Tuscarawas Democrat were All in town on monday of this week to Call on Hon. Beriah Wilkins. Rev. H. J. Becker of California will preach in the u. B. Church on next sunday evening. He is a renowned lecturer and a grand orator. Come and hear him. Having purchased a lot of new Type to further equip our office we desire to say to our patrons who Are in arrears that we will esteem it a great favor if they will remit to us the amount due to meet this extra expense. A Large number owe us yet for last year and several Hundred ought to come Forward now with their renewals for the second year. Remember our terms Are $1 in Advance or $1.50 if not paid in six months. We were lenient last year but propose to enforce the Rule for the ensuing year. We ought not to be expected to publish a paper As Large As the times at $1 per year and then wait two or three years for pay. Rut the Money in an envelope carefully addressed to us and it will come All right. We will acknowledge receipt. _ attention fr1 ends of Tariff Reform. The object of this association shall be to advocate in behalf of the people Relief from the present Tariff and tax burdens upon the following basis 1. All taxation shall be reduced and limited to the requirements of economical government. 2. That it shall be so adjusted As to prevent unequal burdens and to reduce the Cost of articles of necessity to the consumer. 3. That in making a reduction of tax burdens a just regard for the present industries of the country shall be had with a View to relieve them from recurring periods of depression and to place them upon a basis of continuous Prosperity. 4. That there shall be no unjust discrimination Between capital and labor that monopolies the task masters of labor slavery shall not to created and fostered under the pretence of protecting labor but that the hand of toil shall be left unbound and afforded an equal Opportunity with capital to earn and retain just compensation. 5. That in the level of Tariff and tax burdens upon the proceeding basis the interests of american labor should be most faithfully and carefully guarded to the end that the path of toil May Lead to a position of Comfort and Security. We the undersigned democrats of Tuscarawas county in sympathy with the administration View of the subject request that a meeting be held in new Philadelphia at an Early Date for the purpose of organizing an association for the above object a w Patrick j w Yeagley j f Wilkin John a Buchanan John w Kinsey h Barnhill g w Goudy a t ready j. Custer a d Gribble Geo w Bowers John d Laughead j a Thompson m v Ream jr., John English 8 Harmount James Conn s sell 1 up John Lewis j g Neumann Jas k Bowers Chris Gerber w j Patterson win m Marlatt w b Brown John Myers Wesley Emerson we Johnson John Figert j Patrick w r Crater r t Benner Leroy Mcgregor w h Criswell w c Gould ii h Scheu e c Lewis f h Waldron Jacob a Horn j a Slingluff j v Krantz e s Slingluff chasm Sheeler John Hanson c f Herzig n f Schwartz d Zimmerman Uriah Gerber j w Newburgh Philip h Miller Jonas Harman John a Koby Adam Walters Conrad Breitenstein t p Peter f Bernhard Jas a Rosenberry Geo Walter Jacob Hill John Gerhart e Amick John ii Ress we Wegele John Karh Gottlieb Krebs John a Himes Jesse d Elliott jr., John Parr Samuel r Minnig John Arn a Deutch a Bippus g Senhauser John Eckert Louis Zellner. John Schwab Peter Fahrney John Geiser Peter Eichel John Andreas c graft Joseph Yoder j Kaderly Philip Gintz or John Kuenzli Fred Wenger Samuel Stettler Chas j Arn Simon Gilgen Michael Seibold Fred Glauser n w Senhauser ii t Minnis r Snyder Casper Singhaus h w Bippus a w Reiser Chas Schoch Geo Grabb Chas Engle a e Roth g Schoch Frederick Groff Geo l Bryan Abraham Lorenz John p Kuhn f d in Odiott j Kumer Joseph Morehead t j Forbes Geo a Creel j w West g s Evans w ii Gibbony Thos Mccormick j r Yeagley e c Lingan b a Shields John ii con Well j w Hill. W e Johnson John a Linberger t s Evans j w Hopkins j c Wilkins ii ii Porter Thomas Wright Eli Hill jr., t h Wilson Robert Wood m l Galvin j c Johnson John Hoffmon John Kelly John Mchattie f f Koeblitz we Rusk a Hoagland c ii Linenberger Frank Taylor w f Morehead a r wires o r Kennedy j m crites and Many others. In compliance with the above request a meeting will be held in new Philadelphia Ohio on saturday february 26th, 1887, for the purpose of completing the organization of the Tariff and tax Reform association. All friends of the Reform Are requested to be present. Addresses will be made by Able speakers upon the subject. By order of committee. Views of Ohio statesmen on governor. The result of a poll of Tate Senate. Mon fairness and justness to the president we must heartily commend his action in vetoing the dependent pension the Ohio Bill. His veto messages Are Plain j straightforward Manly statements of i facts Ami should have weight with All the Legal Mill. Proceedings. Local notices. Jennie m Krantz v Edward i. I Man 5 defendant leave to tile supple what politicians in Genera think j fair minded persons regardless of Po-1 mental answer februarv5. It Lotical Bias. A full line of school books at Gentsch a drug store. For Fine soaps perfumes articles go to Gentsch a drug atm store. The following special to the enquirer from Columbus february 12, save the statesmen gathered at the state capital Are beginning to talk about candidates for governor. The republicans As a general thing Are for Foraker notwithstanding his declination to be a candidate. They construct his declaration in this regard to mean that he will not seek the nomination but that if it is tendered to him As it was governor Hoadly by the democracy last year he will accept. The other republicans spoken of Are Captain Asa 8. Bushnell of Springfield William g. Rose of Cleveland judge Thompson of Scioto county major Ben. Butterworth of Cincinnati w. Cappeller of Mansfield and Cincinnati and major Mckinley of Canton in about the order named. The democrats who drop in Here to influence matters and those stationed Here for the Winter As solons Are widely divided As to a Choice. The Man most favourably and generally spoken of is Hon. James e. Campbell of Butler county. He seems to have a prestige granted by an unbroken record of victories. Many declare that he is a Mas Cotte and cannot fail to win. General t. E. Powell is the favorite among the people of Central Ohio because he has been actively identified with the machinery of the party and has never been rewarded except with a nomination for Congress in the hopeless Delaware District. Bill Hill of Defiance Beriah Wilkins of Tuscarawas John f. Follet sex mayor Means and 8. A. Miller of Cincinnati Martin a. Of ran of Cleveland judge Geddes of Mansfield and judge Thurman All receive favourable mention. Melvin Shaw the irrepressible member from a Glaize county says that on personal grounds he is for Ferd Layton of Wapakoneta but As Ferd is not a candidate he is for Campbell. Senator Dodd of Lucas favors Powell for the same reasons but if Powell is not a candidate for Campbell. George Hull of Allen county is first for Fred Layton and then for Campbell or John f. Follett. The enquirer correspondent has taken a poll of the Ohio Senate on Choice for govenor and appends the result democratic favourites. Or. Dodd of Lucas i am in favor of Tom Powell first James e. Campbell next. Or. Cable of Miami John Mcmahon of Dayton. He made a splendid record in Congress and is one of the Best men in Ohio to Day. Or. Welch of Athens James e. Cambell. Or. Sullivan of Holmes i would be pleased with Jim Campbell Tom Powell Converse Wilkins Geddes or Thurman. Or. Williston of Crawford Tom Powell. Or. Groschner of Henry Thurman or Powell. Or. Elzroth of Warrens Jim Campbell first Powell or Mcmahon second Choice. Or. Van Clear of Pickaway Foran or Geddes. Or. Zimmermann of Sandusky Thurman first Powell second Choice. Or. Crites of Tuscarawas Foran first Geddes second. Or. Mehaffey of Allens Jim Campbell first Powell next. Or. Lawrence of Guernsey no Choice. Or. Of Neill of Muski Ngum Thurman first. Have not looked further. Or. Sinnott of Licking Campbell or Foran. Would also be pleased with Wilkins. Republican Choice. Senator Pringle of Clark county i am for Foraker if nominated he will accept. He asked the party for his first and second nomination and got it. Now i think he takes the right course in declining to be a candidate for renomination As the party should unanimously tender him the Renoni nation. The above Are considered the View s held by governor Foraker personally. Senator Hardacre after Foraker i am for Bushnell. Or. Pavey of Fayette no Choice. Or. Crouse of Summit Foraker if he will accept. Or. Kemp Foraker first Bushnell next. Speaker pro. Tern. Conrad Foraker no second Choice. Senator Hogue Foraker. Senator Glazier Foraker first and last. Sergeant at arms Glenn a Foraker first Rose of Cleveland next. Senator Gregg Foraker. Or. Coulter of Jefferson Foraker for governor Conrad for lieutenant govenor. Or. Rannells of Vinton if Foraker is not a candidate would favor j Edge Thompson of Scioto county. Richardson of Hamilton Foraker no second Choice. Mcgill of Hamilton have not made up my mind. Senator Dow of Logan county Foraker first Bushnell second. Or. Pugsley of Highland Foraker have no second Choice. Or. Ely of Cuya Hogan no Choice after Foraker. Or. Eggers of Cuya Hogan if Foraker will not accept am for Mark Hanna of Cleveland. It will be seen by the foregoing that the republicans Are almost unanimous for Foraker while Campbell and Powell Are the favourites with the democrats. Boston Herald by his veto of the dependent soldiers pension Bill the president Lias justified the Confidence of the country in his judgment and courage. He has shown that he can measure pernicious legislation on its demerits even when it comes to him under a triple mask of patriotism gratitude and popularity. So far As his prerogative avails he has blocked Congress in its demagogic course. New York world the president has performed his duty and met the expectations of the country in vetoing the so called a dependent pension the reasons w hich he gives for his actions Are cogent and conclusive. They have been anticipated by the press but Are none the less sound on that account. Indeed the reasons Are entitled to additional weight because of the approval they have already received from the people. New York times ind. Rep the presidents message returning to Congress for its reconsideration the dependent pension Bill is a Clear logical Force i ble document for which we should say a Good Many members of Congress ought to be profoundly thankful. Those j of them who voted for the Bill without j sufficient study of its character or an adequate Conception of its effect but in Good Faith certainly will be so Sinco i it gives them an Opportunity to review their action and ample information by which to be guided. Times Star rep the pauper pen Sion Bill was wrong in principle and j would have led to endless abuse in prac i Tice. It was not demanded by the soldiers who did the fighting and who do not ask a Penny in Charity from the government. In Plain English it was a a a Levy on the Rifle pits for the Benefit of the ambulance brigade a and any Veteran knows what that Means. It would have increased taxation by about $70,000,000 a year but this was a secondary consideration not sufficient to condom the Bill had it been just. Pension Laws need amending but this would have been a dangerous departure. Philadelphia North american rep president Cleveland a veto of the dependent pension Bill will be heartily approved by the sober sense of the Republic. It will of course be condemned by those whom it disappoints and unscrupulous demagogues of the baser sort May try to make party capital out of it. But thoughtful and intelligent citizens of both parties will rejoice that the president has had the moral Cour Wible Wentz amp co v John lamas Fred renter and Charles Lamb made defendants. Isabella a Denith v Janies c Johnson judgment on verdict for defendant. The Cleveland Lorain a Wheeling I r., v Andrew Dies plaintiff leave to 1 reply feb. 15. Frederick Lamb v George j Mark lev plaintiff leave to reply March 15. We Wingate v Zebulon i Sparks defendant leave to file amended answer instant tar. Buy your school books at Gentsch a. They always have a full assortment. The finest line of toilet articles to be seen in town is at Gentsch a drug store. Some of the new productions in Wall paper at Gentsch a Are most Beautiful. The pension Bill veto. The following is the Way the press regards the veto Philadelphia record a first class Valentine with no foolery about it is the Cleveland pension veto. St. Louis Republican it was a glorious veto or. Cleveland. If there were a multitude of sins to be covered it would cover them. Boston Post the scope of its provision is so wide As to degree the pensioners to the level of recipients of Charity and to open wide the door to fraud while the increased expense which it entails forbids any further at temp to reduce the Federal Revenue. Pittsburg chronicle rep in com Jacob of evil v Isaac beavers defendant to file answer feb. 10. G w Cross v j s Scarborough plaintiff leave to file petition March 1. Alfred Bailey v the Phoenix insurance co plaintiff to file reply let a february 15. Virginia Bailey v the Queen insurance co plaintiff to file reply feb. 15. John r Gartrell v Remus r Gartrell defendant to tile answer instant tar. Albert a Holder v the Cleveland Lorain a Wheeling It. Defendant to answer i Stanter. Warren Packard amp co v John a Himes it Al defendant to answer March 1. T a herding Mead v Lenry Harmon plaintiff to file petition by March 1. A e Middleton v Frank Fleck de fend Antto answer March 15. Alda j Fleck v Frank Fleck it Al defendant to answer March 15. Samuel a v the Ohio Mutual insurance co defendant to answer in Stanter. Otto g Segrist v Caleb Jones plaintiff to file petition i Stanter. Martha Taylor v venies Taylor defendant to answer March 10. James Young v r c Van Ornia co Novit judgment $242.50. Asa w Gillett v b f Stafford co Novit judgment $600.22. A w Gillett v b f Stafford co Novit judgment $1,152.75. The of Iii Farmers insurance co is the incorporated Village of new Phil Adelphia demurrer to second defense in defendants answer sustained. De p Degrief adm rvs Pittsburgh prescriptions carefully compounded i at All hours Day or night at in it sch i drug store. J Wall paper in All the new designs j and a very Complete assortment at Gentsch drug store. Everything that is late i line toilet articles is on Gentsch a drug store. N design m exhibit at age to put this Check upon a movement i Cincinnati Ltd St Louis r a Degrief which threatened not Only to bankrupt the Treasury but to demoralize the moral mind to destroy the spirit of Manly Independence in thousands of now self supporting Mon and to set the stigma of mend Cancy and pauperism upon the honoured veterans of the War of the rebellion. Enormous losses of Stock on Montana ranges. In round numbers there were january 1st, 1,200,000 head of cattle and 25,-000 sheep on the ranges North and South of the Yellowstone River within a radius of one Hundred Miles of this Point. Up to that Date Stock had not suffered much from the severity of the Winter but during january and the half of february just closing storms have been of unprecedented frequency and the temperature has averaged the lowest for fifteen years. It is not possible to accurately estimate the losses but they have been enormous in some places amounting to the practical annihilation of whole herds. A Tongue River Stockman who has just returned from an examination of his Herd says a a at Lignite where my j Herd is located i saw a piteous sight. A As far As i could see up and Down the i River cattle were standing knee deep in j the Snow unable to obtain a Blade of j grass for sustenance and gnawing the Wood of the Willows As a last resort. In i a space of fifty Yards Square i counted Twenty five dead beasts and a Cowboy told me there were fully one thousand dead Between this and Moonlight Creek a few Miles above. The living cattle arc almost unable to move As their feet and Ankles Are but raw masses of bleeding flesh from having been Cut at every step by the crusted Snow. They occasionally go upon the ice in search of water and finding an air Hole Tumble into the River. Men cutting ice saw thirty cattle drowned in two hours. They could not be driven away As they were with substituted As plaintiff instead of we Campbell deceased action proceeds by agreement of parties judgment rendered for plaintiff against defendant for $375 and costs. David Brown v Sarah Brown application for appointment of guardian denied applicant. Court finds defendant not an imbecile. Joseph Axx is John i Otis plaintiff leave to reply i Stanter. John d Otis against Alex France defendants withdraw present and substitute another motion. Christian Dutton v William j Dutton j plaintiff to plead february 20. David m Erwin v Ann Erwin plaintiff to file an amended and supplemental petition. Or. .1. L. Wallace the genial manager of the Gentsch drug store is a thorough Export m filling prescriptions. Coal cents per gallon at a. V. Paul us Phillipsburg Ohio. 5ltf it you want any kind of Job work done on Short notice and at prices that defy Competition Call at the tin s office. Do not forget to examine into our offers in real estate. See our list to on 4th Page. We Are offering some extra bargains now on town property. A Good Shoemaker wanted at Blakes Milis. Good location plenty of work and a Nice shop. Call on s. D. Reek Blakes Mills. 7w2. For very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays i 7 per cent interest on investment. Also other desirable lots and properties. John a. Himes new Philadelphia 1st i for piano Box buggy nearly new very cheap will take $49. Also a new two seat Sleigh at $10. Party own in them wants to go West and has offered these articles at a great bargain. For further information Call at the now is the time to sul it scrip get Lor the times and the american r both one year for $1.30 Cash. Our present 8uhscril ers can have the same Opportunity by renewing tie in subscription for the times. See adv on Lii 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 Good second-1 inn four horse Portr 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 4otf Frank p Brown v Joshua p grim report of receiver confirmed and receiver discharged. John c Donahey v John ii Mcdonnell Sale confirmed and deed ordered. Martha Mcbride v William Mcbride for Sale Price $270. Four horsepower upright portable engine�?fu-1 reka. Manufactured by Payne a co., new York. All fixtures go with it. If. Is in Good order and As used hut a Short time. \ bargain in it. Call at s. Moore a Paw office Over citizens National Bank. 37 any one desiring to sell Exchange of $50 temporary Alimony allowed one 1 Reu a a de of any kind or Shattc half in thirty sixth Days. Davs arid one half in William letter v Robert Lynn continued. Catharine Scham v Fohn Sher Zbach order of Sale set aside and new appraise Niento ordered. Arnold tinned. Abbushi v John Erwin con bold robbery. Another bold robbery occurred in Holmes county last week. About nine of clock on wednesday night As Frederick Stonebrook and wife of Nashville were about to retire four masked men entered the House with revolvers and commanded the old couple to keep quiet upon pain of death. They then proceeded to bind them after which they went to ransacking the House. They Tore up the carpets rifled All the drawers and boxes in the House and scattered things about until they found. All the Money in the House which j amounted to about $800. The robbers then coolly went to work to Cook and j eat their supper compelling or. Stone j Brook and wife to join them in the meal. They stayed at the House until three of clock in the morning and on leaving warned or. Stonebrook to give no alarm and told him when he got some More Money on hand they would give him another Call. Since the Al it Ove paragraph was written the five supposed robbers have been arrested and Are now in the county jail at Millersburg. They Are thought to be intimately connected with the various depredations committed lately in the Vicinity of Nashville and Loudonville. Their names Are Ellsworth Dewitt Douglass Dewitt Tom Marriette Tom Oliver and William Reisinger. On the arrival of the officers at Millersburg with the prisoners they were met at the depot by about three Hundred people who made it rather Lively for a Little time simply to show the Farmer says that criminals cannot be too severely dealt with and that the eff Orts of the officers were duly , Wooster feb. 10. Matilda l Shustur v Alice a Shuster j ii Mitchell appointed guardian and item for minor defendants order of partition granted. George w Cady a co v will f Burt default judgment $1,058.55. Josephus Edie v Andrew j Teisher defendant leave to answer february 20. Cullie Abbushi v John Erwin continued. Albert Wise v George w Bowers defendant leave to answer february 20. P bakery a sons a co v Thomas West i defendant leave to answer february 20. Jesse d Baker v James l Walton Sale confirmed and deed ordered. Joshua Lensel v Margaret Lensel temporary injunction allowed. J it Kelley a co v Jacob Helmkee plaintiff to reply february 25. James Evans v j f Mccullough plaintiff to file petition february 25. John Wolf it Al is Louisa Schneider defendant to answer february 25. Will do Well to Call it it a the proprietor of the times who will act As agent for tin same on reasonable terms. No charges made for advertising in the times when you employ us As agent. No names o parties Given to the Public but made known Only to those wishing to Purchase. T f for Sale. A Small farm of 68 acres known As the Peter older tract on Pike run adjoining Coal mine no. 2. There Are three dwelling houses on the premises two Orchards and a school House. Sixty acres cleared and under Good cultivation and Good fences. All in grass. Terms reasonable. Possession can be Given at any time. For particulars Call on f. Romig at times office or William Oliver Pike run. 351ll for Sale.�?300 acres o Plain and River Bottom land first class and Alk iut 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 lie sold As a whole or divided the River Bottom in Small tracts. 1 to acres of Plain land situated three from new Philadel to suit purchasers land would he sold also a farm of and River Bottom i and one half Miles phia. Romm attorney at Law. Office Over citizens National Bank 35 of new Philadelphia Ohio. Married. the residence of the brides parents Phillipsburg february 13, 1887, by Rev. Wilson yes Ley or. Francis Hawk and miss Harriet a. Whorley both of Tuscarawas co., Transfers of real estate. Market reports times oink of it Bruard 17. 18$ flour Patent p bal. S a a a a c sack. Best family v Chi. $ a a anther Quot a sack. Charles ii Slingluff to Christian Biss Man 1-oth acre Dover $275. Joel b Erhardt and others to win a Bovey lots 21 and 22, Dennison $5,000. I1 Ali a in it Liml. J a a beef of Pound. Salt Goshen of barrel. Wheat a Bushel. J corny new of Bushel. J Oats new Quot of Bushel. I Rye a Bushel. Butter a Pound. Sons a of dozen. Buckwheat flour a Pound. H Amsz a Pound. J shoulders of a Pound. Lard Pound. Jurice a Oody i Belle Erhardt and others lots 21 and 22, Dennison $800. W e Case to r f Baxter 1-10 acre Oxford township $100. Florence a and r y Patton to s s Meek. 1-10 acre Newcomerstown $100. James rare and a adm a to James u Congleton lot 5, new Philadelphia $1,600. A artha a Itchner to Chas e a Itchner 239 5-100 acres Dover and Goshen township $8,000, White lime�?7p barrel. Akron cements a barrel. Calcined plaster a barrel. Land plaster a ton. A a a a by barrel. Potatoes a Bushel new. Dried peaches a Bushel. Dried apples a Bushel. A a a a by Pound. Rags a Pound. Onions a Bushel. Hay a ton new. Clover seedy Bushel 601. Timothy seedy Bushel. Wool. Fertilizers a ton. $ 4 45 1 20 1 50 so 40 a i 66 15 a 20 14 03 10 06 06 07 3 v 07 a 15 1 15 1 00 1 35 2 25 9 00 1 50 30 1 65 1 0o 04 01 o0 8 00 4 50 2 10 30 35 00

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