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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - February 18, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia volume Philadelphia o., thursday february 18, 1886. Number Philadelphia Moore proprietor. W. H. Watson editor. Thursday february 18,188g. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. J8sthe new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in advance.81 00 if not paid within six Mouths. 1 50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Address All matter intended for publication to the newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice tit contrary Are considered As wishing to continue Timeir subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use it. Whether he Lias ordered it not will he held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without informing tie publishers and the paper is sent to the former direction they Are held responsible notice should always be Given removal. If subscribers refuse neglect to take papers from the office place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to directory. District. Wilkins state . W. Crites common pleas up ree county. Representative. Probate .1 Edge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. City. Daniel Korns. James 11. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. P. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. Win. Campbell. Andrew Erwin. Francis Anancy j. W. Yeagley a. F. Wilkins a. Figert a. W. Rowers John w. Kinsey j. Kennedy j. G. Neumann t s. Rufer. W. E. Lash r. Renner . Ii. Hoover j. Wherley 1 w. Rogers l. Krantz Sec mayor clerk marshal Street commissioner Council justices. Names. Townships. Daniel Krebs. James w South George rear. 1 Isaac conts. Henry Deible. Jacob Kreig. Henry Vanellin j 11 ranks. Daniel Haas. John Smith. Jas Galbraith. John Milone. Samuel Moore. T r Lankin. L s win Seh. E r Berkshire. S y Renneker. L s Mckinney. We e reek. Samuel c Kline. J 11 Gardner. Rob t Coruthers John Wetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. T ii Mozena j Joseph Lealen a Chas f Davis. C c Fernsel. Levi Travis. J a Newbury. Jos ii Hostetler Nich to a tag. Wesley m Tracy John 1? Jones. Hiram Echman. David Breymeir Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett. John s Spring. Charles ii Ellers John w Rollie. Hugh t Minn is. C w Kinsley. I 11 Kuhn. s Wagner. Clay. Wayne. Perry. I Washington Rucks. Sugar Creek. Warwick. Warren. Franklin. Goshen. Rush. Mill. Goshen. Kush. Clay. Perry. Fairfield. Sandy. Goshen. Lawrence. Warren. Washington Wayne. York. Rucks. Salem. Mill. Mill. It Ford. Franklin. Auburn. Dover. Dover. Dover. Lundy. Auburn. Warwick. Lawrence. Sugar Creek. Salem. Jefferson. Fairfield. Jefferson. Goshen. It Oxford. York. Union. Post office. Look no. 17. J Dundee. Cadwallader. Ippoli. Baltic. Shanesville. Tuscarawas. I new Cumberland Strasburg. I Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. New Philada a. Gnadenhutten. Gnadenhutten. Cadwallader. New Philada a. Mineral City. New Philada . N e w Cumberland Albany. Dundee. New Philada a. Baltic. Port Washington Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomerstown Strasburg. Ragersville. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City. Rogers Ville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Shanesville. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. New Philada a. Newcomerstown Black Rand. directory. Fresby text every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lords Day morning at 10 30 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 9 clock a. In. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. German every sunday at to 30.a. In. And 2 15 p. In., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday morning service each month concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. Hutki it every s Lay at 10 30 . And 7 clock . Lara Sun. Ayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. directory. chapter no. 38, r. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor h. P. Daniel , Sec a. Masonic new Philadelphia Lodge no. 177,f. Amp a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. Mcilvaine w. G. Taylor Sec a. Knig its Lodge. No. 73, meets in their Castle Lylall Centre Block every thursday evening. e. . By. Duncan k. Of 11. And s. I. 0. 0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Ball. F. Kislig n. G. I. A. Co Kukull rec. Sec a. I. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. Stempfly n. G. P. Skol rec. Sec a. I. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday Eracli month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Parr c. P. I. A. Correll scribe. I. 0. 0. . P. U. C., no. 8, meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. R. Dodd Comdr. S. Hirst Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. 6, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. Bowers commander. R0ytal Arcanum philos Council meets every first and third Friday each month in knights pythias Hall. W 11. Miller Regent. S. Bigler Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth m wednesday each month at a p. Hall. De. Sluthour pres s. Moore Cor. Sec a. Prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. Amuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to Bis care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank. Facing the future. A correspondent a rites to the Cleveland Plain dealer under Date february 12, from Washington d. Cd a Long article touching the future political status this country compared with the present. The writer to some extent voices the views expressed by cd l. Vallandingham a Short time before the untimely death that distinguished statesman. We quote the following extract a a there is a tendency Well marked in both political parties to Cut Loose from the domineering influences the East and which Center particularly in new York. Both parties have been ruled by this influence to their undoing. The interests the West and South Are opposed to the interests the East and there is a growing sentiment among the politicians both parties West the alleghenies that the time has come for j the West and South to unite in a Decla j ration Independence politically from the despotism the East that has ruled both parties for so Many years. If this is done some recasting party lines but not necessarily any change party names will follow. A a a democratic senator speaking this said a the democratic party must nominate its candidate from the West next time. We must have a Man that can appreciate the fact that the West and South make up nineteenth this country and whose ideas Are Western ideas Broad and Liberal. We have run Titis country As an Annex to new York Long enough and the time has come to Cut Loose. We must take our candidate from the West next a a and throw away the vote Nam York a a a a i know that is the argument that has made us the slaves new York All these years. We Are asked How Are we going to elect a president without the electoral vote new York ? Well it May be that we can to at first although 1 think we can. But in the end we will be a surer foundation. We will not temp Orize we will declare for a principle and the people will come to us. Party lines Are weak and we will gain More than we lose. We must do this four years hence the Democrat party will be a name Only. We must awake to the fact that the West and South will constitute the great american Republic and that the elements Are there for a great Democrat a there is a great Deal such sentiment As this. It is growing stronger every Day. The Legal Mill. Judge Mcilvaine. The following extract is from the weekly Law bulletin february 15, and refers to our esteemed and venerable townsman judge Mcllvain a judge Mcilvaine who retired last tuesday by expiration term after 15 years most valuable and most honorable service the a supreme court Bench having declined a re election account feeble health for a fourth term to which he was nominated unanimously by the Republican state convention had not been Able to take his seat since last summer. This retirement like the death judge Okey last summer is a great loss to the judiciary Ohio. His great ability As a Jurist the uprightness his character and his Ripe experience made his services the Bench invaluable. The last three years have indeed wrought great changes in our supreme court. Three years ago with judges White Mcllvain Okey and Johnson tie Bench our supreme court enjoyed the reputation one the Ablest courts last resort in the country. The changes then commenced by death resignation and retirement. Within these three years twelve judges have occupied seats the Bench Travit judge White Mcllvain Okey Johnson Longworth Doyle Upson Owen Follett Atherton Spears and Minshall until to Day we have virtually a new supreme court with judge Johnson who was in the meantime been reelected alone representing the glorious old court. As a consequence these remarkable changes ave haae the fact that judge Owen who has been acting As chief Justice for the last months Avill be chief Justice for the next three years so that at the expiration his term he Avill haae served As chief Justice for three and a half years out the five. But four survivors. On the six National tickets nominated by the democrats since the avar eleven names appear one name that Hendricks being Tavo tickets. Of these names seven have been erased from the Roll by the hand death and four Only Are left. In 1864 Mcclellen and Pendleton acre the ticket. Mcclellen is dead and Pendleton survives being Noav minister to Germany. In 1868 Seymour and Blair Avert the nominees. Both Are dead. Of the ticket 1s72, Greeley and Broca a there is no survivor. Tilden survives the ticket 1876, but his colleague the ticket Thomas a. Hendricks has joined the great majority. Hancock and English Avert the nominees in 1880. English still lives but Hancock has just been consigned to a soldiers grave. Grover Cleveland is the survivor the ticket 1884 his colleague . Hendricks dying a few months ago. Of the Eleen Tilden Cleveland Pendleton and English Are the Only survivors. Of the seven dead five died since the election Grover Cleveland to the presidency. Phillip Brooks the most prominent preacher in Boston is a Bachelor 50, who Avit Hout being handsome has a Noble head and a Frame massive proportions. He is eloquent but not according to the Boston Standard an orator is As popular As he is prominent and he lives in one the most Beautiful houses Ever built in Boston. A Bill has been introduced in the new York legislature for the arbitration Lal it disputes. The measure differs from the Ohio Law by providing for a state Board arbitration to whom appeals May be taken the state Board to be permanent salaried officials. The virtue the latter feature is problematical. In this state arbitration appears to arbitrate quite successfully without it. Justice is not administered Avith very much discrimination in Cuba according to . Steels sketches Avrich by the Way Are Worth Reading. He gives the following a a Man kno Avn to me bought a certain tailor about five Hundred dollars Worth mourning clothes and failed to pay the Bill. Continually failing to do so until the process had become monotonous the Man the scissors finally cited him. Defendant went into court and made the following shaving that at the time the said tailors action avas brought he the said defendant avas about completing the Purchase a valuable property and the transaction Avold have resulted in his great pecuniary Benefit. But the terms the Sale contemplated a deferred payment by the said defendant and the party Selling hearing the action the tailor against this defendant had declined to negotiate further fearing that if he could not pay his tailor there avas Small Chance his making Good his agreement in the much greater sum a payment real estate. Therefore this defendant and Man mourning says he is not Only justified in no paying the said tailor and plaintiff for the said clothes but is entitled to damages against him for spoiling a profitable transaction. Result the tailor lost his five Hundred dollars and avas mulched in damages to said defendant Tavo thousand dollars. I Only add that All tiie intelligent natives with Akhom i have conversed Avith regard to the Case last mentioned seem to regard the finding the court As very reasonable just and Many years ago James Bunnett agent for Leavis county West Virginia borrowed $4,700 from the Exchange Bank Weston for the purpose building the present court House that county. Afterwards the county made a Lea a for the Money Avrich the sheriff collected but did not pay Over and sub sequently he failed. The legislature released the sheriff and his securities from this and other liabilities and the Bank never got its Money. Suit for the recovery the Money avas brought by the Bank in 1858, and the matter has been hanging fire Ever since until a fear weeks since Ashen judge Thomas i. Stealey decided the Case in favor the Bank. The principal and interest Noav amounts to $10,000, exclusive costs. The country has paid the Money once and thinks it ought not to pay it again and the Bank having loaned the Money in Good Faith thinks it should be repaid. The Case Avill go to the supreme court. Over in West Virginia the Legal Mill grinds out grist a very Peculiar Quality sometimes if acc Are to judge from the Fol leaving item aah Linch appeared in the Fairmont West Virginia february 5th Tao men aah to Are under indictment in the u. S. Court for a Misdemeanour aval cd All the Avay from Clay county to Parkersburg up awards a Hundred Miles to attend a recent term and the prosecuting witness was found to be in Dakota. In another Case the parties aval ked from Braxton county and the prosecuting witness was in the regular army out West fighting indians. Sam Jones the evangelist is Aften Avic ked Cincinnati. Here Are a fear extracts from one his sermons delivered in that City a Fauve endings since a there Are three things Avith Avrich ave have to do today yesterday and forever conscience record and god. The first Tavo Are Index fingers pointing to god. It is a fearful thing to sin against ones conscience. An outraged conscience is the Vorm that never Dies that robs you sleep appetite and every Joy life. Every Man has a record As Avell As a conscience. It is a part himself As Avii As his limbs and no one can separate it from him. By your records you shall stand fall it a i 11 admit you to heaven to hell. If i could take a Page from the record Ca Ery one Here tonight and paste it the Avail a Ery Man and a Oman Avon id Fly from the House and never Avant to see it again. In Cincinnati you have jurors Avii Otake a solemn oath to enforce the lava and then retire to their room and perjure themselves. Gods jury can not be bribed. I see Many girls ornaments Christian Homes yet i Avold not take their record and expect to get to heaven Avith . Jones continued in this Ein meaning As Avell As saying something in every sentence. Congressman Foran introduced a Homestead Bill in Congress tuesday. It provides for Homestead entries and upon certificates thereof and affidavits Good Faith and intention to improve that the land agent Issue five $100 vouchers to settlers to be secured by mortgage upon the land to be paid in five annual instalments at 3 per cent interest. That a fund $35,000,000 be appropriated for such Loans in amounts five millions for seven years repayments Loans to be covered Back into the Treasury. Mortgage to be foreclosed in default but land not to be open to entry but sold at a Price to cover improvements. There Are details for the punishments perjury record instruments Etc. Loans Are to be made in order filing certificates soldiers to be preferred. A sweeping clause is the last one forbidding any Grants to railroads in future sales to corporations. The last Sale a slave in Virginia took place in the Spring 1865. The facts Avert the Fol leaving the confederacy was its very last legs and the Yavner a negro a Oman in Augusta county knowing that slavery Avold be ended in a fear Days sold her Tor Arhat he could get. As there avas no circulating medium any sort then for nobody Avold take Confederate Money at any value the a Oman a master bartered her off for a Hundred cabbage plants. William Walsh who was lodged in the jail at Summit n. J., one night last week because he avas drunk and disorderly found the place very cold so he kicked Down the Avail and went out that night and Slep in a Snoa Bank which he said was several degrees warmer. The tramps Follo aved his example. The town is reported to be excited Over the incident. The Leland opera co. Have return dates in every place they have appeared this season. Hippy Blackey and Mose went do Avn to the big avatars old turbulent Tus Carara As monday this week to fish and returned with thirty pounds suckers and Pike. It was a mighty cold Day and the boys got Aav Ful hungry Mose in particular who sent a Little order to head Quai ters for the necessaries life As Follo avs . A dear sir a Send by bearer three loaves Rye bread and a Little rum Tavo pounds cheese and crackers and some Lockport Beer to Avash Mem Down. A couple fish Hooks would come mighty Handy and you can also put in a Small Quantity port Washington three year old. Send several links Kinzie a Best Yard and a half wide Bologna Avit Hout Ulster overcoats . If you have no bread it would be a Good Ide to place about one quart duffs extract Rye in some vacant spot in the Basket. A couple Tavo Ham Sand Viches Are also required and a Little Sam. Schlupp a Best s. T. 1860 x. Avold help digestion Avonde fully. Four pounds Strong and healthy Limberger in connection with one quart Gurken Heimer Avold serve As an excellent tonic for the stomach. Hurry up for ave Are awful awful hungry. Mose. P. you can to get the extract Rye in the Basket put it in a separate package and Label it a a dynamite a so the bearer Avont Monkey Avioli the band a agon. The rolling Mill at this place still remains Idle Avith no prospects that the machinery a i 11 be set in motion at an Early Date although ave Are informed several Large orders have recently been received and refused. There is some trouble among members the firm the adjustment Avrich does not appear to be in the near future and Many families Are therefore left in destitute circumstances relying solely upon the Charity our people for support. All things considered it is a bad state affairs and ave Hope matters May speedily assume a different and More encouraging aspect. A Little stranger a a Young son a crossed the threshold probate judge Yeagley a Home monday evening. Three girls adorned the family Circle the judge but he longed for a boy a a a a Chip off the old Block a As it Avert and his Avish has finally been happily gratified. His Honor a countenance Noav avers a ten by Tavelle smile and the gentleman says lies la bet a Jug molasses that he can kick an India rubber Ball Over the head the goddess Justice the court House dome. That a Arhat he gets for Avalt zing into new Philadelphia. The editorial convention which is shortly to meet in Cincinnati Avill have some important duties to perform. One the tasks set for it is to provide Avans and Means for the detection and punishment the Anonymous fiend lie cribs the Best special articles contemporary journalism and tack an after piece shaving Loav Baxter macintosh and his Fel Loav citizens Are yanked from the a awning Javas death by the careful application a Looper a kidney a Philadelph a Drew. The Charity carnival held at Eagle rink last evening under the auspices the ladies Aid society was largely attended by our generous people. The receipts amounted to Over $40, and Avill be judiciously expended by the Relief committee. To the City band and Many persons Avaio assisted in making the entertainment a Success the society returns grateful thanks hoping that misfortune May not overtake them in life a struggles. When an editor makes a mistake in his paper All the Avold sees it and Call him a liar. When a pria ate citizen makes a mistake nobody Knovs it except a fear friends and they come around and ask the editor to keep it out the paper. When the private citizen Dies the editor is asked to a rite All his Good qualities and leave out the bad. When the editor Dies the private citizen says a now that old liar Avill get his City Derrick. On tuesday and Friday afternoons the ladies Aid society Avill be at the mayors office where they Avill receive donations for our Avo thy poor. Cast off clothing every description and provisions is badly needed and it is hoped our Farmer friends Ashen they come to town a ill bring with them Avha Tever necessaries life they can conveniently spare such As potatoes meat Etc. Postmaster Fribley has a mighty big heart under his jacket and there is no one in Nav Philadelphia Avaio has done More in a quiet Way to relieve the worthy distressed than that gentleman. With him it is genuine Benevolence without any flourish trumpets. At Akron a Miner has brought suit for $10,000 damages against the Excelsior Coal company for blacklisting him and preventing him from securing Kavork at any mine in that Vicinity. This suit if judiciously pushed Avill decide a very important question. Jim Mcmillen has moved into the grim property South Broadaway and from cards printed at the times office ave learn that Jim is going to conduct a Farmers hotel at the rate $1 per Day and offers Good accommodations for Man and beast. Noay comes the report that the Dela aware peach Trees have been injured by Frost and that ave May As Avell make up our a ends to do without peaches this year. A twas always thus but peaches came All the same. Ohio Farmers Are organizing against bogus butter. That is right. Noav let the people organize against bogus statesmanship. There is an abundance Timber that Quality hand for a Good Square Job. Or. And mrs. Peter Dick desire to return thanks to kind friends who so generously tendered their services during the hours distress and bereavement in the sickness and loss their Little son which occurred last week. From a pria ate letter we learn that a Uncle Ned had a Royal reception at Minerva last night where he gave his lecture a a an Ada less he was met at the depot by the mayor Council brass band and almost the entire town. Just As he got off the train the band struck up a a Hail to the the procession then marched to the hotel headed by the music where the lecturer held a grand reception. A what becomes Avic ked people who wrong and cheat their Fellowmen a asked the sunday school teacher her class. A they put their Cash in a bag and go to Canada a came the prompt reply in a chorus. Which shows that the sunday school children the present Day get practical views life quite As often from the newspapers As from the catechism. The Gribble property a very desirable residence North Broadaway containing thirteen rooms Avill be offered for Sale the 20th March. There Are two lots with a frontage 132 feet and 264 feet deep with plenty Good fruit. Good Cistern and All necessary out buildings the premises. Time Avill be Given three Fly this the Purchase Price. Mrs. Or. Reed daughter Lula and Niece miss Arline Webb Massillon have been visiting mrs. Or. Vail for a few Days. Mrs. Reed is one those cheerful persons Avaio scatters Sunshine a wherever she goes. The James Waddington farm five Miles East Nav Philadelphia containing Over six Hundred acres avas sold at sheriffs Sale saturday for $24,201. Or. Frank Hay Coshocton avas the purchaser be holding first mortgage. The sunday schools Franklin Toad ship this county Avill hold a convention commencing Friday evening february 26th, and continue until the following saturday evening. The Jolly four club and the Young mensa club Avill each give a Ball the evening february 22d the former at Eagle Hall and the latter at the sex mayor Campbell is making preparations to convert the Eagle skating rink into an opera House. The Interior arrangements have already been agreed upon. Capt. Lydia Fisher Avo has had control the salvation army at Saline Ville Columbiana county Lias been ordered to take charge that Branch the army now operating in this City. It is Noav in order for the balance the county officials to Fol Loav in the awake auditor John Kinsey by tacking up the ten commandments in their respective offices. Or. Alexander clothing merchant in the Judy Block has purchased the old m. E. Church pairs Osage and Avill remove the Structure to his lot fair St. Everything appears to be Dull just now. Even the Hatchet you pick up in the morning to salivate kindling avoid with is Dull and As dumb As an Oyster. John Morledge a Farmer living three Miles Avest Augusta measures 6ft. 9 inches from tip to tip fingers Avith arms outstretched. Wears a no. 14 Boot. The news comes from Arizona that the coat Borsare the War path. All right. For some time past the avar boys have been the coat path. Fred. Timmonds son mayor Tim monds Newcomerstown has been appointed Raih Vay mail clerk Betavee Pittsburgh and Cincinnati. A god Avont keep a Young lady pious av1io has her avast encircle seven times a a Eek by the arms a spider leg dude a Rev. Sam Jones. Although saturday last avas a miserable gloomy Day . Samuel Foltz headed a list ten new subscribers to the times. The attorney general Kansas threatens to sue the City officials leave North for not enforcing prohibition. The claim one child by Tavo women reminds one the other lady a threat to her mischievous boys a a in la Tell both your fathers a . D. F. And l. Croop and miss e. Croop Buffalo n. Y., Are the guests their Cousin j. T. Diefenbacher this City. Chas. Russel noted Safe Bolaver and thief escaped from jail at Cincinnati by Ava King out with the salvation lists after services. The subscription list the times is increasing at the rate from forty to seventy five subscribers each a Eek. A Patent Medicine advertisement tells a a Oman Avaio avas cured a a running leg eleven years standing. A lot coins comprising English shillings sixpence and coppers Avert found in jumbos stomach. The ladies the m. E. Church will give a Quaker supper wednesday evening february 25th. The subject Rev. Cooke a Sermon next Sabbath morning will be a the Coaver Little Sam Jones says that progressive euchre is progressing toward hell at the rate a mile a minute. Matrimony is the cause More divorce cases than any thing else under the Sun. Hon. Beriah Wilkin has our thanks for a copy the congressional directory. A Telegram from Greenport Long Island n. Y., dated tuesday febuary sixteenth says Peter Degreif a wealthy hotel keeper this Village has been taken to the Middletown insane Asylum. He has recently imagined himself a Richer Man than the late w. H. Vanderbilt and has been sending some extraordinary communications to a Arious persons. He a Rote one letter to superin Pendant Barton the Long Island Railroad company offering to buy the Road for $10,000,000. He also wrote to emperor William Germany enclosing a Check for $1,000,006, and saying that he had fled from the emperors dominions Many years ago and sent the Check to repair for the loss his services. The unfortunate Man is a brother Jacob Degreif new Philadelphia and the friends Here Avert notified his condition last a Eek by Telegram receipt which de. Degreif left for Greenport adhere he is present writing. A Friend mine had purchased a Neav Sleigh and As i entered his stable to inspect the Rig i saw my Friend draw a Sharp stick across the Box. I asked him achy he did it and his reply was a everything i get net someone conies around and Avants to borrow it. No matter How careful i May be the first time i loan anything it comes Home Avith a scratch it broken. Noav i thought for the satisfaction the thing that i Avold put the first scratch this Cav Sleigh myself. Ainu to a bad scratch either is it a a Albany journal. As soon As the commercial travellers Noav in Texas heard that one their Brethren had been killed let a another they held a convention at Dallas and adopted Tavo Resolution. One those expressed sympathy for the bereaved family the dead Man and the other extended Heartfelt condolence to the Man who was in jail. John Sherman have straddled the situation any better himself. The right pronunciation Mikado. Is it Mikado Mick ado Mig ado migh ado Mic a do what did Mick ado the Best a a to find out the right pronunciation is to visit Eagle Hall tuesday evening february 23d, and hear the Leland opera co., in the Mikado. Loav coiled rooms Are being advocated in England from both an artistic and practical Point Ieav. They Are thought to be More Cosey and Home like than High ceilings also affording better ventilation through not providing for an upper stroke i removable foul air and tending to prevent drafts. Jennie Sargent a pretty Young student Heidelberg at Tiffin whom the boys admired and the girls consequently disliked proves to be the Azife a Farmer named Pence in the neighbourhood Avo left her husband because she Diden to Loae him. Matters have since been adjusted the couple reconciled Aud both have left for Dakota. If any our Avn esteemed contend por Aries can Shoal the Farmers hoax to get out debt and ii Oak to keep out the a Hole question political Economy will be near solution. Some 95 per cent Mankind await that Miracle Augusta chronic Al. The East Liverpool Tribune a six Page paper has fallen into rank with the times by reducing its subscription Price from $2 to $1 per year and is receiving that encouragement from the Reading people Columbiana county Avrich it justly deserves. Or. Jennes Spaulding the a King dentists a and alleged painless tooth extractor Avaio held Forth the Public Square in Nav Philadelphia last fall a As arrested in Canton monday charged Avith defrauding a . Fred. Linton $650. A Waterbury Man relates the experience a guest at a Saratoga hotel recently. After Tavo Days Board the guest packed up and asked the Cleark for his Bill. A fifty four dollars a a As the Bland reply. A fifty four guess again Young be Loa in be got More Money in my pocket than american. William Gallaghar fall River mass., otters to allow John l. Sullivan to strike him five times with a club 4 inches in diameter and 3 feet 6 inches Long. Gallaghar claims to be insensible to pain and offers this Public news. A mrs. George Davson Coleman Lebanon i�?Ta.,�?� As a current item says a towns a portrait painted a cobweb. The colors Are beautifully Laid and simply perfect As to Harmony. It is said to have Cost $8,000.�?� evangelist Sam Jones says his sermons have been stolen in Cincinnati. If Sam done to get away from pork Opolis a Ery suddenly they Avill steal his hat coat and socks. Married at the Sherman House Nav Philadelphia o., february 13, 1886, by Rev. A. Cook . Hiram Moore Guernsey county o., and miss Georgia Huffman Tuscarawas county Pendleton Robbins a brute for Akhom no name is bad enough has been sentenced to ten years in the pen. From Bellefontaine for holding incestuous relations Avith his 17-year-old daughter for six years past. You Avill find the largest assortment furniture and upholstery Good at a. Gintz amp , West High Street new Philadelphia. Repairing done Short notice. 8 the shortest route to a Many a heart is said to be through his stomach. In that Case a Good Cook Book is the most reliable marriage guide. The boarding House mistress like the rest us has her weak and her Strong Points her Veak Point Inhong her Tea and her Strong Point the butter. Do not fail to her a a that a a pretty Howdy do a at the opera House tuesday evening february 23, in the Mikado. Joseph Horne amp co. Is Harrison j. Knisely. Leave to plaintiff to file supplemental petition and Case ordered to stand renewed in the name Michael v. Ream. Gustave Ralston is Samuel r. Thompson. Finding for plaintiff and sex sheriff Lyons ordered to pay in his hands. Hubbell Brown amp co. Is Havnar. Continued. Rush Kiney amp Cleft is Samuel Havnar. Continued. Sargent amp bar mount is Van Duser Chapman amp co. Continued. Thomas Minnie is John m. Heck. Settled. Sarah cd Smiths James r. Parrish. Leave Given plaintiff to file amended petition. S. Sikes amp co. A William b. Thompson. Dismissed plaintiffs Cost. Charles cd Welty is Eliza Ward. Leave to North american smelting co. To file reply i Stanter. Cd s. Johnson is t. D. Healea. Leave to defendant to a Saver april 1, 1886. Alice Beaber is Isaac Beaber. Continued. Frank c. Hay is James Waddington. Leave to defendant Waddington to a Saver. Joseph Gordon is David Birk Liemer. Leave to defendant to answer. William May Berry James Mcmillen and Ernest ii. Eckert is John l. Kennedy county treasurer. Dismissed at plaintiffs costs. These cases Avert brought to recover moneys paid into the Treasury by Saloon keepers by virtue the Scott lava and under protest. Isacc Beaber . Is Isaac Beaber . Continued. Ezra Nicholson is Smith foundry co. Leave to plaintiff to reply Etc. Frederick Gonter is Elizabeth gon Ter. Dismissed. Caroline Berry is John e. Graham. Sale in attachment confirmed. John a. Lightel a a h. T. Minnis administrator. Judgment arbitrators award. Charles f. Baker is Jesse d. Baker. Settled. B. H. Ward amp co. Is Andrew f. Ackerman. Settled. Abraham l. Boyd is Malen Boyd. George Tressell appointed appraiser. George w. Stoutt is Benjamin Beans. Hyde amp Oaks made defendants their Avn motion. Samuel Scott is Sarah j. Burchfield. Default judgment $312.95. John cd Lintner is John a. Bidwell. Plaintiff leave to file petition i Stanter. Alfred Reter is Philip Zigler. Dismissed. City Bank is John ii. Meese. Settled. City Bank is Samuel d. Waltz. Settled. Thomas Worstell a a j. H. Vanglahn. Motion sustained and reply ordered refiled. Robert Price is City Bank it Al. Ply leave to reply february 13. Ohio is Jacob Zumbek. Selling liquor contrary to Law. Plea guilty. Fined $50 and costs. Amp a. Porter is a. Welhelmin. Continued. Ohio relation William Anderson is trustees Perry township. Demurrer to answer sustained. Jacob Beaber jr., is. Isaac Beaber . Continued. Catherine Becker is Peter Becker. Continued. John Carpenter is John Wallace. Dismissed. Sarah Ann Richards is George Steese. Settled. City Bank a a Henry l. Custer. Demurrer overruled and defendant leave to a Saver. Joseph s. Scarborough is Wood Fri Ley. Plaintiff leave to file petition. Albert Bates is William b. Rennie. Settled. Thomas Faucett is Joseph Dunning. Dismissed. Ohio is Conrad Hosfelt Ohio is Jacob Foell Ohio is John Shull Ohio is Thomas Hartshorn Ohio is Abraham Lorenz Ohio is a Amuel l. Douglass Ohio is William Mayberry Ohio is Emil Mankil. Each entered into recognizance for their appearance february 20. Ohio is Henry Miller John Grovsner god lord Greo Beil. E. Bailey and f. Douthitt appointed counsel for defendants. Plea not guilty Gia in arraignment. Trial set for March 2d. Ohio is Edward Mcclelland. $25.00 Fine and five Days plea guilty. Ohio is Catherine Knobloch. Plea guilty arraignment $50 and costs. Oliver h. Hoover is Henry Gara Brandt it Al. Default judgment for $492.92, and Sale mortgaged premises ordered. _ unclaimed department the following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office february 15th, 1886 Jno. Asheld Julia h. Dutton Mary l. Klause Jennie Fennell g. W. Crim Thos. Love mrs. Susan Mills Sada Mathias Jennie Meese Eliza e. Martin Charlie minces Adison Miller Anna m. Mavrer c. A. Pentz Phebe Rufenacht James Scott Anna May Titus. E. Fribley p. marriage License. Frederick Burkeye Sophia Stukey. Charles ii. Sparks Christina Hofer. Charles Fox Elizabeth Pershing. Howard ii. Gooding Winora Jewell. James a. Wars Telly Ida c. Latto. Hiram k. Moore Georgia Huffman. Thomas w. Higgley Emaline Latimer. William Porter Annie Roby. Sherm. Bartholomew a Elizabeth Oler. Joseph a. Jackson Hannah . Conducted by John p. . 1.�? question 4, to. 4. A a from Arhat did the alphabet receive its name and Arhat is the English translation the Avord a it received its name from Alpha and Beta the names the first Tavo letters in the list greek letters. A Bee aah Ould be the English translation More properly the English names the first Tavo letters our list. In English Hoa Vever ave add the name the third letter and say a a a a cos a instead the alphabet. P. K. 2.�? question 5, to. 4. A what caused the change spelling in such avoids As that when Etc., from the old method speling them he at hum Etc.?�?� the Only reason that has been assigned is the change in the pronunciation. What the difference could be is difficult for us to imagine. Possibly the sound h in us avas dropped the Avord he at Hicen Etc., becoming in speech a at urn Etc., pronunciations still heard and this prominence the w caused it to he placed before the h. In the course time the w avas again aspirated and the old pronunciation restored. Some pm ecologists consider Ich As representing an elementary sound. We present the above conjecture for Arhat it is a Orth and try to satisfy ourselves Avith the fact that w and h have changed places. P. K. 3.�? question 6, to. 4. A Are dogs used for mail service in America a e. We Saav in the Western advertiser and weekly Liberal july 13, 1877, published in London Ontario that mails for Manitoulin Island Are dispatched in a inter three times a month from Perry sound by dog notes and queries vol. 3, Page 135. 4.�? question 7, to. 4. A a what is the origin the term Mollie Maguiree a d. The organization called the ancient order hibernian called also Mollie Mayuiers originated in Ireland Many years ago under the name a a it avas started for the purpose resisting the exaction landholders preventing them from collecting their rents. The ribbon men maltreated a tenant who a Ould take tie land from which another tenant had been ejected. Because in their maltreatment landlords bailiffs constables Etc. Avrich at first consisted merely beating ducking Etc., and not murder they Avert dressed As a Omen and became known As Mollie Maguiree. The organization in this country is wide spread and ostensibly established for beneficial purposes. The National Delegate and president reside in Nav York City. This explanation is based upon a statement made by one the prosecuting lawyers in the Pennsylvania trials Avrich ended in the conviction and hanging about a dozen Mollie Maguiree. It gives no clue to the selection the particular name a a Mollie it should also he stated that a High official in the ancient order hibernian denies any connection that order Avith the Mollie Maguiree. It May be further stated that an old a Oman by the name Mollie Maguire a Liose property was seized upon for rent by an agent and his posse was cruelly murdered by them and that her sons and their friends formed a society under her name to resist the operations landlords and their agents. The organizations spread through portions ave Stern and Northern Ireland Ami hence doubtless Avert transferred to the United states and other notes and. Queries vol. 3, p. 135. 5.�? question 10, to. 4. A a what Metal exists in common Wood ashes and Arhat it its most remarkable property a a. P. Answer. In the ashes the hard avoided Forest Trees the Metal potassium is found. It Burns if thrown upon the water. F. P. Matz. 6.�? question 11, to. 4. A a is the brain wholly in the Skull does it extend to All parts tin body a a. P. The real brain is a Holly in the Skull the Anterior and posterior columns the spinal Cord enter the cavity the cranium through the foramen and expand into the substance called the brain. Nav ramifications nervous tissue minute beyond examination not the entire system and As ave approach from the extremities to the spinal Cord these tissues enlarge though equally numerous like a mighty River w Ith its numerous affluent. All these Gossamer Filla ments Aro Media for communication Avith the nervous Center the brain. Yet the brain thus amply provided need not and does not extend to All parts the body. F. P. Matz. 4.�? question 12, to. 4. A Are attorneys members our courts a ii Uii Mich Ell. No they Are not. Now aviio�?T11 say yes and show it up. P. K. 8.�? question 13, to. 4. A ii Oak do geologists determine to what age the different rocks belong also the different animals ? Nihil Van Wert The loaves rocks Are the oldest. The Avord lowest is Here used in its geological sense. Upheaval sometimes makes a Yoav Rock High. Probably the rocks at the a it a mount Everest May be geologically old Low. The age animals is determined by the rocks to which they belong in which their fossils Are imbedded. K. K. 9.�? question 14, to. 4. A when and where avas the first Money coined in the United states what avas the name and a Alue the piece a e. S. Some experimental pieces Avert coined in 1791 and 1792. These coins have been eagerly sought for by collectors. They Are called a Washington the first regular coinage cents from the National mint was in 1793. Half Centa and Liaf dimes Avert also first issued in 1793, but in 1792 some half dimes not the regular coinage were issued Avrich contained the obverse Side a likeness mrs. educational notes and queries vol. 4, p. 30. 10.�? question 15, to. 4, a what and adhere is the Low est depression in North America. E. S. L., Sli reve Answer. Dry Lake. It is situated in the Southern part the Colorado desert being 300 feet Belyav the sea level. E. Eidemiller Tippecanoe City We submit the Fol leaving queries to our readers and ave shall be pleased to receive concise a savers to them 1. Why is it that an ounce apothecaries Troy a weighs More than an ounce avoirdupois 2 what causes the Sun to be fast and Silav ? 3. Lias the United states coined enough Money to pay the National debt ? 4. Who first unfurled our National Flag a a the stripes and stars a 5. Would it not be an immense improvement the City Nav Philadelphia if its streets Avert lighted Avith natural Gas and if its enterprising citizens Avold Purchase a site and put up necessary buildings and then organize a permanent Normal school Seminary ? we shall continue our miscellany one More Issue. John p. Kuhn. A Blasphemer punished. The Plain dealer has the following special from Harrisburg a a cars a strange and mysterious occur Ance at Millersburg Dauphin county has been received Here. On thursday morning there avas a Jovial Croad at a hotel at that place and a Lille they Avert imbibing Samuel Motter entered. Motter is Avell kno Avn throughout the country As a Patent Medicine peddle and is at it out 55 years age. 11 is Azife died in the alms House sometime ago and since then he has been living near this place. Shortly after Motter entered a discussion religious subjects arose. The sacrament the lords supper was talked about. Motter became very Earnest in his talk and finally dared the men to indulge in an imitation the lords supper. They agreed to have it with Beer and bread and accordingly a Glass avas filled with that beverage. They then Knelt in mock humility and Avith the Beer in one hand and bread in the other Motter Avent along distributing a bit and sup to each. Suddenly Ashen he avas about half through a strange noise was heard and looking up they saw a sight that made their blood run cold and froze the Marroan in their Bones. As near As the seared men could describe it they declare it avas an immense Illy formed and foul beast with great Cloven feet pointed horns and eyes that flashed lire. With wild yells the men rushed out into the open air and scattered in every direction. Finally All them readied their Homes except Motter. Lie avus away for a Long time and at last Ashen he Arri de he avs found to he a maniac. He was put to bed and physicians summoned but they could do nothing for him. He raved howled and prayed declaring he had seen the evil one and that lie was lost. His torture avas terrible but nothing could be done to relieve him and he died in the Avil dest agony. The deathbed scene is said to have equated horrors that can hardly be described. A a take care the Akron i feb. 11. A shocking sudden death occurred Here last evening. Mrs. R. B. Koons aah to has always been in Good health after eating a Hearty supper and playing for some time with her two Little boys stepped to the door her husbands grocery store next door and exclaimed a Goodby kans. I feel As if i avas going to leave you . Koons at once took his Azife into his arms and carried her into their House. She then called her Bright boys about her kissed them both and than turning to her husband said a a fake Good Eart the children rans a after which his Loving Azife and Mother expired instantly her death occurring in just half an hour from the time she called her husband and when it avas supposed she avas entirely Well. Paralysis the brain is said to have been the cause. Deceased avas 31 years age. They investigated. A yes i used to be president this very Railroad line a he said As the train bowled along Over an Indiana Road. A Dot tired the place i suppose a queried the other. A no sir. The fact it was i attempt led to inaugurate a measure Economy and made a miserable failure a How a �?o1 Cut off tin passes the state legs lature and in six ave eks i was running a grocery instead a bargains in drugs Etc., Etc. The Large and elegant Stock drugs paints oils Wall paper miscellaneous books school books novelties Etc., Etc., at d. L Gentsch a is now being close 1 out at Cost prices and be Yoav and will by thus offered until the 1st april i which time . Gentsch has determined to close out his business. Splendid bargains Are offered. Call and see. Do you want a Good Homo in new Philadelphia Ohio a new two Story House and five lots for Sale very cheap. House has four room and Good cellar. There is a Good Cistern stable a Brick Cave 13x28 feet and All other Neces Sar Yout buildings. There is an abundance the choicest fruit every kind including Small. Fourteen thousand hearing Strawberry plants. The premises front West Street. Hood neighbourhood. Will be sold at a sacrifice. Cause Selling ill health. Cali at the times office Early if you want a bargain. Undertaking. Having purchased a Fine new Hearse ave Are now fully equipped to take charge anti prepare dead bodies for burial. Rates reasonable. Room in Lytle Block West High Street. T

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