Page 1 of 25 Feb 1886 Issue of New Philadelphia Times in New-Philadelphia, Ohio

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 25 Feb 1886 in New-Philadelphia, Ohio and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The New Philadelphia Times.

Browse New Philadelphia Times
  • new-philadelphia-times page 1 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 1
  • new-philadelphia-times page 2 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 2
  • new-philadelphia-times page 3 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 3
  • new-philadelphia-times page 4 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 4

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 25 Feb 1886 New Philadelphia Times in New-Philadelphia, Ohio. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - February 25, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday february 28, 1886. Number 9. % new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore proprietor. W. H. Watson editor. Thursday february 25,1886. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. 4>spthe 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 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of Tom proprietor. 4caddress All matter intended for publication to the editor. Laws of newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice o the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use of it whether be has ordered it or not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without informing the publishers and the paper is sent to the former direction they Are held responsible notice should always be Given of removal. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take papers from the office or place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to discontinue. Official directory. District. Congress Kripli Wilkins state senator Leo. A. Crites a. 1 Lance common pleas judges. County representative. Probate judge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. J. Pearce Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins a. Folgert l w. Rowers John w. Kinsey j. L. Kennedy j. I. Neumann s. Rufer it w. F. Lash r. Benner 0. If. Hoover j. Wherley w. Rogers l. Krantz Sec City. Mayor clerk marshal Street commissioner Daniel Korns. James 11. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Zetzman. John s. Birnham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. We. Campbell. Andrew Erwin. Council justices. Names. Townships j Post office. Daniel Krebs Clay James w South Wayne. George Bear Perry. 1 Isaac fonts 1 Washington Henry Deible Bucks. Jacob Kreig sugar Creek. Henry Vanlehn Warwick. J 11 Banks Warren. Daniel Haas Franklin. John Smith Goshen. Jas Galbraeth. Hush. John Milone Mill. Samuel Moore. Goshen. T b Rankin Rush. L s Winsch Clay. F r Berkshire. Perry. S v Renneker Fairfield. Is Mckinney. Sandy. We e Beck Goshen. Samuel c Kline. Lawrence. J h Gardner Warren. Robot Coruthers Washington John Wetter Wayne. William Kinsey York. Philip Doerfer. Bucks. T j Stocker Salem. T h Mozena Mill. Joseph Lealen Mill. Chas e Davis Oxford. c Fernsel Levi Travis. J w Newbury. Jos ii Lostetter Nich Montag. Franklin. Auburn. Dover. Dover Dover Wesley m Tracy Lundy. John 1$ Jones Auburn. Hiram Climan. Warwick. David Breymeir Lawrence. Lewis c Zollars. Sugar Creek i. A Cornet Salem John s Spring. Jefferson. Charles h Ellers Fairfield. John w rollie.1.jefferson. Hugh t Minnis. Goshen. O w Kinsle Yoxford i 11 Kuhn York. s Wagner Union. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Cadwallader. J Paoli. Baltic. Shanesville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. New Philada a. Gnadenhutten. Gnadenhutten. Cadwallader. New Philada a. Mineral City. New Philada a. Bolivar. New Cumberland Albany. Dundee. New Philada a. Baltic. Port Washington. Uhrichsville. Dennison. . Strasburg. Ragersville. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral a Ity. Rogersville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Shanesville. Port Washin. Port Washington. Zoar station. Stone Creek. New Philada a. . Black . Ron Church directory. Presbyter every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 of clock p. Sunday Sci tool at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lords Day morning at 10 30 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day of each month. Sunday school at 9 of clock a. Methodist episcopal preaching every sabbat i at 10 30 a. And 7o�?Tclock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 of clock. A Herman Reform every sunday at 10 30.a. And 2 15 p. In., 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 the evening. Lutheran services Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 of clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United Brethren preaching every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 of clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. Lodge directory. chapter no. 38. R. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. Q Taylor ii. P. Daniski. Ciet Max Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, t f. A a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mall value . G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knig its of Lodge. No. 73, meets in their Castle Vilall Centre Block every thursday evening. N of a Flo l in a v. V. W. Duncan k. Of r. And s. I. 0.0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. I. K Slid n. G. I. A. Cor hell rec. Sec a. I. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. a Empio Fly x. G. P. Skill rec. Sec a. I. It. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday of each month at 0.1df�?zll.iwsllnll. City 111.,. I aur c 1. A. Correll scribe. I. 0. Fun. P. U. C., no. 8. Meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. 11. J. W. Dodd come r. Hirst Secretary. The Republican members of the general Assembly held a caucus last wednesday night to consider the subject of suitable legislation for regulating the whisky traffic of the state. It was decided to introduce a Bill providing Tor a straight tax of �200 on each Saloon. The distribution of the Revenue arising from this tax is the same As under the Scott Law with the exception of the 10 per cent for constructing the intermediate Penitentiary. This clause is to he eliminated from the Hill. The advisability of jutting in a local option clause was also discussed hut it was decided to leave this part of the Temperance question to come us it in a separate Hill. The Ohio state society for the prevention of cruelty to children and animals will in future be known As the Ohio state humane society. The last year has been the most successful in the history of the society and wonderful Progress has been made since the organization of the first humane society in Ohio about a dozen years ago. The general agent for the state reports that there continues to be the most Wanton and outrageous destruction of Birds and Small game and the streams arc almost entirely robbed of fish. If the taxpayers of Ohio desire to have Low salaries for their county officers they can do so by furnishing information to messes. Ames Coats amp Zeigler of the House of representatives As they have been appointed a select committee to examine into the salaries received by the different county officers and after they have made a thorough examination the committee is authorized under the Resolution to prepare and present to j the House a Bill that will provide a just salary and do away with the fee system. Congressman Comstock has introduced a Bill for a gradual income tax the design being to make it somewhat unprofitable for a Man to have too much Money coming in. In default of thoroughly consistent and effective system of taxation and restraints upon Over wealth an income tax is one of the fairest levies that can be made. It would reach thousands of tax dodgers who now escape making contributions to the Cost of go Vermont in any reasonable prox no Tion to the advantages and Protection they enjoy. Little Billie Hutchins of Lawrence Ville ga., is a hero. A can of powder dropped into a Basket of chips and was thrown on the fire before which stood Billies three Little Sisters. The Hoy jumped for the can but just As he seized it the powder exploded. The Little girls were not Hurt at All but the boy was badly burned. Some one asked him Why lie grab lied the powder. He answered As Well As he could for he was suffering intensely a to save the the auditor of Fayette county has Cut notice to All owners of Bank Stock within the county to appear and show cause Why they should not be assessed for taxes for the years 1881, 1882. 1883, 1884, and 1885, on their Bank Stock which assessors had erroneously omitted to make at the proper time. The amount due the county on this account is said to he 15 per cent of the value of the Stock. Of course a big Legal contest will result. There is another fraud on the Road who professes to cure All Eye ear and head diseases by Means of spectacles with electric attachments for which be charges �10, the sum of �5 to be paid at the time of Purchase and the balance when the patient is cured. The spectacles Are Worth about Twenty five cents. Many unsophisticated people who dont read the newspapers have been victimized by this spectacle game. The Story of the meanest Man in the world comes from the West. It seems a manufacturer in Iron Hung himself one Day in the workroom. Several of the hands left their work and spent several hours in resuscitating him. What was their Surprise next Day to find that their miserly employer had docked them for the time used in saving his life. The suffering and loss of cattle in the Southwest this Winter will tend to revolutionize the cattle business thinks a Kansas rancher who further says that Public sentiment is against Large herds and As the country is rapidly settling the herds must he made smaller and receive better care. A girl at Wapping ct., has been imprisoned in a dark room for Twenty years by her father to compell her to break her vows with her Lover. She remained faithful and her condition was not known to the authorities until the father died recently. She is 40 years old her hair is Gray and she is nearly crazy. The St. Louis agriculturist is of the Oji Inion that the opening of the present year presents a very encouraging Outlook to Wool growers and says a a it is the expectation of dealers that there is going to be a Sharp Advance in Wool within the next few poor Louis Kossuth is wintering at Naples where his boys Are paying Bis Board. He is in pretty Good health tolerably cheerful and retains his full faculties especially his memory and often recalls recollection of this country and his Many american friends. G. A. Craw font Post no. 6, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo w. Bowers commander. Royal Arcanum philos Council meets every first and third Friday of each month in knights of pythias Hall. W h. Miller Regent. J. Bigler Secretary. National Council no 52. Meets every second and fourth wednesday of each month at a of p. Hall. Eight. Slu Titour pres. Moore Cor. Sec a. Prances r0mig, 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 his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank. The Wyss Nursery. Upon our table in the Sanctum is a magnificent bouquet of fresh and fragrant Flowers from or. Daniel Wyss Green House in this City through which we passed on wednesday. Or. W. Has about five acres of Choice land adjoining new Philadelphia and last Spring he erected thereon a Beautiful residence and two Large greenhouses that Are supplied with All modern improvements and at present contain thousands of Choice rare and Beautiful Flower plants of every variety and description. Or. W. Has had Many years experience in the business and we doubt if there Are Many if any nurserymen in the state that can compete with the gentleman so thoroughly Lias lie familiarized himself with every detail connected with the successful Workings of an establishment of that description. There Are also on the place Over 50,000 Young Trees embracing fruit and ornamental of All kinds and of the very Best and an abundance of Berry plants of excellent variety. In the Spring or. Wyss will have ready for Early Market a full Supply of vegetable plants. But now is the time to make calculations for planting Trees and shrubs wherever needed about the Homestead or elsewhere on the farm and it is amazing that our country people should give so Little attention to a work that makes such Liberal returns to the comforts and enjoyments of country life As the comparatively Small expenditure required for this method of embellishing Rural Homes. Or. Wyss resides in our midst is reliable and honest and places no fancy prices on anything purchased at Liis Nursery. He guarantees every article As represented and is Well versed in his business having a fund of knowledge to impart to his customers pertaining to tree planting or Flowers. Foreign agents sell you one thing by Sample and Send you quite a different and inferior article charging almost a double Price. The Silver Maple Trees sold by or. W. Are becoming very popular in this Section and the demand for them is increasing with wonderful rapidity. Or. Wyss has expended thousands of dollars and several years of hard labor cultivating his now Mammoth Nursery and by honest fair dealing in the past is entitled to the Confidence and Liberal patronage of the people of Tuscarawas county in the future. It will repay anyone to visit or. Wyss place. He will treat you with gentlemanly Courtesy and if you want to make any purchases his business transactions with you will be honorable and Liberal. There is trouble Between the miners and operators of Brock Hill Coal mines four or five Miles South of this place and seventy five or eighty of the former have been a locked last Winter a Law was passed by the legislature granting a Heck weigh men on All tipples where Coal is mined. In several instances the Law has been ignored by operators and As a result the miners claim they do not receive honest weight for the amount of Coal mined by them. This appears to to the trouble at Brock Hill mines the company claiming that they cannot go into Market and abide by the figures of a . The miners demand their rights As guaranteed them by Law and the opera tors refuse to comply therewith hence Thi a clock by having a Check Weighman the miners claim they gain from 500 to 600 pounds to each ton of Coal that has been weighed by the company a weigh master. This fact it is claimed was proven at no. 1 mines at la Ike run last week where also no chec Weighman has been employed. Two Union miners accompanied by several other parties took a pair of Scales into the mines with which a car Load of Coal was weighed. The car was then followed out to the company a Scales where it was again weighed and fell Short 356 pounds. This fact seems to demonstrate that employees of no. 1 mines at Pike run have not been getting proper credit for the products of their labor which will average about two and one half tons per Day. Take from 500 to 600 Hundred pounds from each ton and the Miner at the end of. The year is Short a Good Many dollars there is certainly something radically wrong somewhere. Miners at a great i Ltd of life work hard for what Little they get and it does not seem fair that they should be compelled to submit to false weight. The Ball Given at the a a Casino on the evening of Washington a birthday was not As Well patronized As it should have been. The managers however deserve great credit for the elaborate preparations made by them for the occasion. Three Hundred handsome and expensive invitations were issued and the Casino was decorated in an elegant manner. Music was furnished by Rudy Snyder a excellent orchestra while the toilet of both ladies and gentlemen were in keeping with the occasion. While it was a failure financially to the managers an evening of music and mirth was enjoyed by those who were present. On the same evening the a Jolly four club held Forth at Eagle Vilall which was crowded to its utmost capacity. The music was furnished by u. J. Knisely jr., and or. Welty who were highly complimented for the excellent manner in which the same was rendered. Good order prevailed throughout the entire evening not a single Ripple securing to mar the pleasure and enjoyment of a single guest. It was a Success financially and socially. Theodore Brockman a Fremont contractor built a school House which the directors refused to accept. Brockman brought suit and the verdict decided that he should �5 for the rent of the ground and move the building off at once. A peddle in Pennsylvania fell into the water the other Day and would have drowned but for the timely assistance of two Young men. Glowing with gratitude the peddle opened his pack and gave to each a Lead Pencil. This was his modest self valuation. The republicans in the House Laid a Keney a Bill to compel voters to enclose their ballots in envelopes of a uniform size away by indefinitely postponing the same. He will try to have the vote reconsidered. A Hermit known As Isaac web Ely about seventy years old was found dead on tuesday in a log Cabin in which he had been for Many years the solitary occupant in the heart of a Pine Woods near Arnold . An account says a around the dead Many a neck was a Gold Chain from which Hung a to Ekit of antique design and workmanship. In it was the picture of a Young and Beautiful lady whose attire indicated that she belonged to a wealthy family. In the Back Case of an old a a Bull a Eye watch was a tin Type portrait of a Little child so faded As to be almost a Farmer near Boardman Trumbull county Cut Down an old Apple tree near his House and when splitting the tree found imbedded therein a tin can containing �960 in Twenty Dollar Gold pieces. The Lucre was about eight inches from the surface and the Wood had grown entirely Over it. A building used As a smoke House and storage room at or. X. Kaderly a two Miles East of Dennison was destroyed by fire last wednesday night. There were in the building at the time six or seven sets of harness a lot of farm Garden and household utensils and a Quantity of meats and other pro visions which were All destroyed. The loss will reach at least �300. It is not known exactly How the building caught Ragga pm. Sheriff Watt and Deputy John Moody took we. Ii. Steen to the Penitentiary on thursday to serve a ten year term. This makes Steen a third term in prison having been sent from Harrison county first and Tuscarawas county a second term. The groundwork of Stin eyes offence is that he is sure a the world owes him a the people Are willing to let him get it at the Penitentiary the Best Way he can. The Beautiful old customs Are fading away. Antonio Woodhouse kissed the Bride at a wedding in Chicago on sunday evening and was kicked out of the House by the Groom. There was a time when everybody had the privilege of kissing the Bride but the times Are changing. Woodhouse did not realize this until lie was being carted to the Hospital in a hoodlum Wagon. Dick Brothers of this City have contracted to build a two Story Brick business House at Mineral Point. The have gained considerable reputation in that Section for excellent workmanship having built the Davis storehouse there. They also done the Brick work on or. By cry a palatial residence in this City. Our old Friend Henry Brister of Dover was in town on tuesday. When the c. L. Amp w. Railroad was built through this county or. B. Took �50 Stock in the Enterprise and tuesday was the first time the old gentleman Ever enjoyed a ride on the Road. The umbrella is believed to have been used 2,599 years ago. It is thought that the real cause of the quarrel Between Romulus and Remus resulting in the killing of the latter was that he had borrowed Romulus umbrella and failed to return it. In this weeks times V. Ream jr., receiver offers the furniture of the Sherman House at private Sale. It is All first class in every respect and can be purchased at a bargain. Other chattel property is also offered for Sale. Consult our advertising columns. It has quietly been intimated that a certain school teacher in Tuscarawas county received a severe reprimand from an angered father toward whose Young daughter the teacher had acted in a very a gentlemanly manner. That a right girls when you go to the opera House and Wear your new evening full dress or undress or whatever it is always stand up Between the acts and turn around so everybody can see How it looks in the Back. The subject for Rev. Cooke a Sermon at tin presbyterian Church next Sabbath morning will be a the Christian in the evening discourse will be a the House on the Rock and the House on the a gifted poet writes a the Devil arose from his Little bed and washed his face and combed his we Hope not to be considered profane if we ask where in hell he got his . Y. Graphic. The City band will furnish music at the Casino this thursday evening. The elaborate decorations that were used on the evening of the Ball still remain upon the Walls. Charles f. Wilkins of Benson Minnesota has received an appointment a9 land Register. He is a brother of lion. Beriah Wilkins congressman from this District. Shake the Bush and an Ohio Man pops out. The Quaker supper at the E. Church will be held on thursday evening of next week. The ladies extend a cordial invitation to the Public to at tend. _ there Are two things that do not look Well together and they Are a Large Bustle and a tight fitting Sealskin sack. Ordinarily a word to the Wise is enough. The weather on sunday last was a Little rough on the outer edges but nevertheless the salvation army held an open meeting on the Public Square. John Arn jr., this City is seriously ill with pneumonia and his brother Fred now in Missouri is reported in a critical condition with the same disease. A Well 1 declare a exclaimed an editor As he inspected the babe of an old newspaper Friend a if he in t a marked copy of the old gentleman a the typhoid fever is raging again in Bellaire. One physician is attending sixteen patients who Are Down with that dreaded disease. There was shipped from san Francisco to China last year �10,000,000 in Gold being the savings of chinese in this country. The Yankee is still whittling. Twenty two thousand patents were issued in Ali is country last year. Or. H. H. Ripley has been appointed postmaster at wolfs station in this county. It is believed that the devel takes off his hat whenever he meets a hypocrite. Eastern Oregon people will import cats to exterminate the Jack rabbits. A after Sam j ones and Sam Small psalm i looks. Re issues. A a dude in one of the new Cape Coats looks like a Perambo plating pen wiper. A a new York firm advertises Amateur painting fired. We done to blame them we would fire it ourselves. A it is curious How much faster a Street car goes when you Are running for it than it does when you Are Riding on it. A Parson Downs confesses that he a a done to know in Advance what god is going to do. If he did he probably feel so Chipper. A an extraordinary Accident occurred in Yonkers recently. A Young gentleman just in fun jointed and snapped an unloaded revolver at his Fiancee and the weapon did not go off. This is the first time this has occurred since the War. A is Washington a birthday observed in Texas asked a new yorker who was visiting san Antonio. A observed sex claimed the astonished native a Why its venerated. It takes four car loads of Beer to fill the demand on that sacred a a do you allow Drunken people on the train a asked a Clergyman at an elevated station in new York. A sometimes but a not when they Are two drunk a replied the brakeman. A just take a seat near the Middle of the car and keep quiet and you la be All a or. Cleveland hints that the mothers of our land Mold the characters of their sons. This May explain Why we always have so Large a surplus of toughs. The character of a son should be folded by his father and the molding implements should always be within convenient reach. A the Oregon legislature has passed a Law that bicyclists must dismount when they get within a Hundred Yards of a team and remain standing until the team has passed. This Law May be a Good one but it does no to go far enough it should be amended so As to compell the bicyclist to take off his hat and remain uncovered while the Driver of the team is passing him. Those new Philadelphia roughs who attended the concert at the opera House last thursday evening full of mean whisky were a disgrace to their parents and the town from which they came and should of been taken out and placed in the we give All such notice that in the future their room is better than their company and if they cannot behave when they come to Uhrichsville they had Petter stay Uhrichsville Democrat. A new Railroad into Tuscarawas county has been incorporated known As the Zanesville amp railway. Ali is line is projected to run from Zanesville via Adamsville Otsego and Plainfield to bisecting the Railroad Triangle formed by the c. Amp m., b. It so And handle with Cambridge Newark and at the Points of the Triangle. Samuel Hess has purchased the old a a Model flouring Mill site in this place and will remove his Mill from Blick town to that location this Spring. Or. In has the reputation of being an expert Miller and will no doubt do an extensive custom business. Or. William Sharp has purchased what Brick that were left after the Model Mill was destroyed by fire with a View of building a Large foundry at an Early Date. Miss Alice Crouch will sing for the Benefit of a Charity concert to be Given at Eagle Vilall on tuesday evening March 2d. The announcement that miss. Will take a prominent part in the entertainment is a sufficient guarantee that our people will turn out in mass to hear the distinguished lady and at the same time contribute something toward a worthy cause. A Man named Knause an employee on the p. Amp St. Louis Railroad was killed in a collision at Dennison about six or eight months ago. On saturday last the administrator of deceased brought suit against the company through his attorneys messes. Richards amp Wilson for �10,000 damages. We Are of opinion that if there were a Tew democratic leaders m the state Senate with the Backbone and ability of Hon. A. T. Ready this City the disgraceful proceedings that have been going on for the part six weeks would have gone glimmering Ere this time. Fred Kuenzie who violently assaulted the Huber boy two months ago was arraigned before judge Pearce on tuesday and pled guilty to an assault and Battery. He was fined �50 and costs and 60 Days in jail. Slier Iff Bowers will Board the offender until costs and Fine Are paid. We have heard it intimated that the Hon. A. T. Ready this City has an Eye single to a seat in the u. House of representatives at Washington d. C., at some future Date. Phillip Ramneek has been appointed postmaster at port Washington this county. Or. L. Will perform the duties of the office in a very acceptable manner to the Public Good clips of Wool in Tuscarawas county were sold last week at from 31 to 32 cents her Pound. Some in Guernsey county were taken at even a higher figure than this. A Man wails tremendously if he has to Trot around the room about Twenty minutes with a restless baby but he can Trot around a billiard table four straight hours without getting the least bit tired. John Welch of Newport this county dealer in general merchandise made an assignment one Day this . Ila Verfield. Liabilities unknown assets �3,000. When an officer is dismissed from the army he is said to be cashiered. When a cashier is dismissed from a Bank he is general office red. Same thing Only different. Court news. Re assignment. 115.�?John Green. Tuesday March 2d. A. Limes is Cinderilla wednesday March 3d. 95.�?joseph s. Graham is George t. Fleming. Thursday March 4th. 106.�?amos s. Brough is George ship ton. 108.�?benedict brei is Christ. Kuen lie Etal. Friday March 5th. 110.�?caleb Jones is John Derfer. 113.�?William Willigman is Sarah c. Steuben. Monday March 8th. 127.�?William Lucas is x. . Tuesday March 9th. 120.�?Ohio on complaint of Phebe Kirby is Joseph Spray. Wednesday March 10th. 138.�?John a. Himes is first National Bank Warren. Thursday March Lluli. 140.�?William Steese a ethos. . 149.�?Samuel Slade is Emanuel Yong Ling it Al. Andrew is Sylvenus. Crites and others. Tax Sale and tax deed upon portions of lots 293 and 294, vacated and held for naught. Guardian and Leytem for minor defendants decree of partition granted. Commissioners Samuel Foltz Thomas Moore and Oliver Kinsley a report confirmed and order of Sale ordered. The merchants National Bank Indianapolis is Henry Kramer. Continued on motion and affidavit of defendant. Frank c. Hay is James Waddington it us it Al. Leave to John Cutter to withdraw his answer and Cross petition also supplemental answer and Eross petition. Ambros a. Browers and John w. Eis appointed Deputy sheriffs. D. R. Rece is Emmet Robarts it us it Al. Novit judgment �265.29. W. B. Thompson is Otto Baker. Novit judgment �114.82. Philip ii. Deis is Hugo Leiterman. Leave to s. W. Croxton to file answer i Stanter. Roseberry Dye it Al is Sylvester b. Frankboner. Tried to court and by consent of parties judgment against defendant As executor for $133. Roseberry i it. Dye administrator is Sylvester r. Fankboner executor. Tried to court and by consent of parties judgment against defendant As executor �442. John Siler is Emanuel King it us it. Default judgment �607.50. Crisswell and nagely is j. I. Otis. Novit judgment $353.19. Mary a. Swank and others is Henry Rece and John Rece. Jury trial verdict for defendants. John Deis is Martin Reutzel and e. J. Valentine. Leave to plaintiff to withdraw reply and defendants to Amend answer. Mary settled. E. Miller is Thomas Kemp. Of not guilty �100 recognizance to appear for trial. Ohio is Thomas in Atzhorn. Demurrer to indictment overruled. Arraignment waived plea not guilty �100 recognizance to appear for trial monday March 15, 1886. Ohio is Abraham Lorenz. Demurrer to indictment overruled. Arraignment waived plea not guilty �100 recognizance to appear for trial monday March 15, 188g. Ohio is Samuel l. Douglas. Demurrer to indictment overruled. Arraignment waived. Plea not guilty �100 recognizance to appear for trial tuesday March 16, 1886. Ohio is William Mayberry. Motion to quash indictment overruled demurrer overruled. Arraignment waived and plea of not guilty �100 recognizance to appear for trial tuesday March 16, 1886. Report of investigating committee. Oscar e. Hunt is Everett amp Thompson. Leave to parties to Supply lost pleading and Case re assigned for feb. 24, 1886. William Wolf is Lydia Wolf. Divorce granted. Ohio on complaint of Mary e. Miller is Thomas Kemp. Bastardy settled and costs paid. Susanna Graham is Doratha Bunck. Continued. Amanda e. Moffit is Peter Fahrney and John Geiser. Settled each party to half the costs. A a state of Ohio is John g. Heck. Indictment for Selling within two Miles of fair ground. Demurrer to indictment overruled. Defendant except4. Defendant waived arraignment on indictment and for plea said he is not guilty. Tried to jury. Verdict notice of motion to set aside verdict and for new trial. William Harding is Labin Park. Decree of partition granted. George w. Maugherman is William Humrighouse and John Humrighouse. Jury trial. Verdict for plaintiff against first defendant. George w. Stoutt is. Benjamin Beans. Einstein Brothers made defendants on their own motion with leave to answer february 25, 1886. Peter Fahrney is John Schild. Or. J. T. Mclean made party defendant with leave to answer feb. 25, 1886. Jacob Burchfield is Reuben j Burchfield. Sale in partition confirmed and deed ordered. Loran Dean is ii. R. Ripley and i. K. Ripley. Novit judgment �1,280.57. George h. Goble is Richard Rielly it us it Al. Default judgment for plaintiff�745 mrs. E. In Bayless $1,447 Edward Rosemond �789.79. Receiver or dered to sell chattels As upon execution or private Sale. Andrew Dies is Caleb Jones. Default judgment �379.37. Crisswell amp Nagley is George Fisher foreclosure judgment $165. Samuel bigger is we. E. Vale. Cog Novit $260.10. Ohio is Conrad Hosfelt. Demurrer to indictment overruled. Arraignment waived. Plea not guilty �100 recognizance to appear for trial Friday March 12, 1886. Ohio is Jacob Foehl. Demurrer Over ruled arraignment waived. Plea not guilty $100 recognizance to appear for trial March 12, 1886. Ohio is Charles Grossarth. Arraign ment waived plea of guilty fined $2. And costs and five Days and stand committed until paid. Ohio is Mack crites and James crites arraignment upon indictment plea of guilty of Mack crites. Fine $10 ant costs and one Day and stand committee until paid. Ohio is John Shull. Motion to quash overruled. Demurrer to indictment overruled. Arraignment waived a it Tea conducted by John p. Kuizin. Miscellany. To the honorable John s. Pearce judge of the court of common pit As of Tuscarawas co the undersigned have in compliance with see. 917,revised statutes examined the annual report of the financial transactions of the county commissioners for the year ending september 7th, 1865. We have the vouchers on file in the auditors office and compared the same with the commissioners journal and the order Book of the auditor and All contracts pertaining to said vouchers and we find no discrepancies. While we find seme slight irregularities there has been a substantial compliance with the Law in All the proceedings of the commissioners and an honest purpose on their part to Subserve the Public welfare. In the matter of Cost Bills of magistrates marshals and constables in criminal cases we feel constrained to say there seems to be an Effort on the part of such officers to make costs off of the county where greater care should be exercised to take Security for costs and turn away groundless complaints. The present Board has been doing much to restrain this abuse and they deserve encouragement in that direction. They should carefully scrutinize such Bills and approve Only what the Law warrants and make a reasonable allowance in lieu of costs Only where there has been Manifest Faith and care in the proceedings. While the commissioners have been drawing their expenses in addition to their per diem and mileage for business within the county the warrant of three attorney generals of the state As Well As the precedent of seventy seven or More counties for that practice. In our opinion the privilege exercised by county officers of ordering stationery Blanks and other supplies for their respective offices is abused thereby entailing too great expense on the county. Practically every officer is his own purchasing agent certifying his Hills to the Board of commissioners for payment. This system was adopted a few years ago in order to Correct abuses then prevailing but the conditions have changed. As the commissioners Are alone responsible to the people for the disbursement of Public Money we suggest that they retain the sole purchasing Power and that county officers tile with the auditor in Advance their requisitions for such supplies As they shall presently need and that they leave with him their receipts for the same when obtained and too great a Stock of supplies should not he kept on hand in any office lest a change of Law Render some obsolete resulting in loss to the county As Lias too frequently happened in the past. Such books As arc used for temporary purposes should in1 of a cheap Quality and binding not so expensive As Hooks which Are preserved for records and Long use. In the adjustment of sheep claims frauds Are sometimes practice upon the commissioners without their fault. For example where sheep have been listed on the Atli of the owner for taxation at �1.33 per head the owner will bring in a claim for their destruction by dogs and by his own and the oath of his chosen friends he will establish their value to be �5.00 we recommend the commissioners to refer such cases to the grand jury for investigation. Respectfully submitted this 17th Day february 1886. A. T. Ready k. A. Parish. Committee. J. F. Wilkin pros. Att g. The Argus a democratic newspaper at new Philadelphia has gone up the Hume or rather has been swallowed up by the Ohio Democrat. More will follow. A Coshocton age. So say we. Tuscarawas county is overstocked with newspapers and others will he Laid to rest tie fore Many years Roll . V. He Porter. A so say we a a the Little be and big Man of the p Porter. Wonder if a a Beverly a Scott is going to pack his grip sack and a go Over the Road a a a what is that that you have on your hat Mary Ann a said a father to his would be fashionable daughter. A ooh that is an imitation of a Strawberry a the divil take the styles a said the old Man a a you la be wearing imitation cabbages a a we have nearly arrived at the cabbage Point already a replied the miss. A a and How near have you got a a a we Wear a Little turn up on the Side _ last november or. W. In Packer the main Street druggist sent up a number of balloons with his card attached bearing his written Promise of a handsome Christmas present to the person into whose hands it fell. A few Days ago a card was returned by Clarke Thompson of Hookstown Beaver county pa., Al out seventy Miles from this place. Or. Packer sent him a very Beautiful Plush velvet combined whisk Holder and Mirror and Nickle plated Standard. Thirty seven new subscribers have Lieen added to the times subscription list since last saturday. 1.�? question 1, to. 8. 1. Why is it that an ounce apothecaries or Froy weighs More than an ounce avoirdupois ? the Pound apothecaries and Troy contains 5760 grains each and the Pound avoirdupois contains 7000 grains. The Pound apothecaries and Troy Are each divided into twelve equal parts called ounces and the Pound avoirdupois is divided into sixteen equal parts called ounces. Now one twelfth of 5760 is More than one sixteenth of 7000. An ounce apothecaries or Troy contains 480 grains and an ounce avoirdupois contains 4371 grains. J. P. K. 2.�? question 2, to. 8. 2. What causes the Sun to he fast and slow ? the solar Days Are constantly varying in absolute duration. The clock Day is the average of these Days hence the difference Between solar time and mean time. The variation of the solar Days of 24 hours is caused by the constant variation of the distance of the Earth from the Sun arising from the fact that the Earth a orbit is elliptical and not circular. The obliquity of the ecliptic also has its effect. The motion of the Earth upon its orbit is not uniform hut it is both faster and slower than its average motion at different places upon its orbit. It is on account of those facts that Sun time is Seldom exactly Correct. The Sun is 10 minutes and a few seconds too fast sometime within the year and 14 minutes and a few seconds too slow at other times this is a total variation of More than one half hour. If therefore a clock keeps Sun time it is a poor irregular clock and not a Good time keeper As it is generally supposed. John i. Kuhn. 3. Should equation b a qua shun or a qua Zhun Why ? pronounced if the latter b. In ii. There is no lexicographic authority whatever that we live been Abb to Litulu for the latter pronunciation which however is occasionally heard when uttered by the ignorant or careless speaker. Examine websters unabridged or any other dictionary. J. 1. Kuizin. 4. Whence originated the custom of burying the dead with their Heads to the West ? Artemas m Rtin Erie a. The Star that heralded Christ a first coining appeared in the East and christians expecting that the Herald of his second coming will appear in the same direction Bury their dead with their Heads toward the West so that they May see Christ when they Rise at the resurrection. Jas. feb Rich Valparaiso ind. 5. Why is a hard Burnt Brick heavier than a soft one both were of the same weight before burning. A. A Erie a. A hard Burnt Brick is More completely oxidized than a soft one and the oxygen increases its weight. A. Mcf., Valparaiso ind. Peoples column. Complying with the Earnest request of Many subscribers and warm friends of the times we this week set aside a Peoples column wherein questions of a different character embracing politics religion agriculture labor capital Etc., May be discussed. This column is intended As a medium for genera4 and useful information and nothing of a personal nature will to tolerated or recognized. Items intended for this department must be written in a concise manner and free from any attempt at sarcasm or abuse. Questions for information on any subject of general interest will he carefully considered and promptly answered. Address All communications to a editor of the times new Philadelphia Peculiar people. An editor without enemies. A boy who likes to a speak the Man a plug hat does not become. A pretty girl who does not know she is pretty. A Man who will not swear when his suspenders break. People who take real pleasure in paying their old debts. The woman who will not scream at the sight of a mouse. Those who the doctor As promptly As they do the grocer. The Young Man of Twenty who done to think he knows everything. The lady who wears shoes one size to Large for the Sake of Comfort. The Man who is unconscious that i Quot pants arc five Inch s too Short. Vople who Don t rare if their neighbors do see them Atin Musu and milk. The voting lady who can knit Blue yarn stocks As so Belgin Wool dog Quot. Ill fully As she works found with stolen property. Millers Ruro <>., feb. 19. For some time Hack the Clevelend Akron a Columbus Railroad company have been missing Iron and tools left along the track South of Imre a few Miles. Detectives were put to work which resulted in tin arrest of Jacob sic Kanthal or a Farmer living near the Road. A Large amount of Iron and other property of the company was found in his Possession. Siegenthaler claims that these goods were brought to his House by a Man named Beehler who is now dead but the goods were found secreted in different places about the House. 11 is hearing will take place this evening. A / do in dealer. A a a a War on his salaries. Warren. O., feb. 19.�?themahoning Valley Wool association Lias sent a proclamation throughout the county demanding the presence of the taxpayers in this Eirv saturday to fight for a reduction of the enormous taxes of the county officers which the Farmers claim Are exceedingly High. It is stated that tin salary of the clerk of court ranges from �3,<>00 to �5,000 per year that of the auditor from �3,000 to �4,000 pro year that of the sheriff from �3,000 to �5,000 that of the recorder from �2,00o to �1,000 that of the treasurer from s.3,000 to to �5,000. The Farmers intend to wage salaries. Red hot War on these High we submit the following question the consideration of our readers for 1. How and Why Doe Lime ? water slake 2. What is the difference democracy and a Republic j. If. Bet we n a 3. Why is excessive to an Albino ? j. D. Loomis. Light so dazzling Elmira n. Y. 4. Why is it More difficult to thread a Needle with one Eye shut than with both open. J. I. S., Elmira n. Y. 5. Why is skim milk milk White Blue and new in. 6. What is meant by doubling a Cape 11. W. 7. Who is the author of a Trust in god and keep your powder dry a lu., Terra haute ind. We shall take up next week. English grammar j. P. Ken e. A. Albaugh has purchased the entire Stock of dry goods and groceries hats and Caps hoots and shoos formerly owned by or. We. R. Willigman of new Cumberland Ohio and will a u at exceptionally Low rates. He is determined to sell his Stoel possible ii Spring Trad As speedily As order to make room for the in and be convinced that now he Means business. No trouble goods As that is part of his Hii Sines he is still at the old Willigman room unclaimed letters. The following list of unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Postof Liee february 22d, ls-6 mrs. Celia fouls Charlie 1 terming Levi j. Mathias it it to it it Reinhoid 2, James Scott. E. , i. A hallowed tradition assigns this As the time of the year when the Story of the woman who d full of Needles is brought out from its Pigeon Hole. It used to he a Little girl hut she has grown to in a woman. She Sheds several dozen Needles every year hut appear Quot to keep a few for seed As it were. Were George Washington alive to Day it is Safe to say he he in politics for politic is a Field in which the Man who can not Tell a lie has no earthly business. A Church announcement. Beal Rice neb Democrat a Tecumsch preacher at the close of a sings it Muse Moil on sunday last made the following Church announcement a next thursday night we will have a doing son the Crick at which time and place we will have the baptized of two adults and three Adul tresses. A on thursday night we will have a Strawberry festival and All the who give milk Are requested to come Early. We will close the service by singing that Beautiful him a Little drops of water Little it trains of just Lien lie looked toward the choir and perceiving that Bro. Tearney tin loader was not present said a i am sorry to see or. Tearney is absent will the Beautiful and angelic ladies of the ebon please Start a Little drops of water a a coloured woman of Ravenna a member of the six Vutison army a been in several religious trances of late and during her experiences she a been to heaven and Buck several times. She relates wonderful things of that t Unm place. Bargains in drugs Etc., Etc. The Large and Legant Stock of drugs paints oils Wall paper Inis Cellaneous Hooks shool books novelties Etc., Etc. At d. It. It in Tsehe a is now being closed out at Cost prices and below and will by thus offered until the la of april a which time or. Urn tech has determines to close out his business. Sale Rel d 1�u Are offer d. Call and see. A for rent. I have a House and Shoemaker to. To Lent. A Good location and Only Sho a in the place with plenty of work Good sober indu to ious Man is desire. I it. In it k. I Lav my e Are now undertaking. Lurch used a lieu knew hears you will find the largest a sort me it Good at High Street new pairing done Oil Short 8 of furniture a. Gintz amp Cut Philadelphia notice. One of the latest a a lads for preserving health and Beauty is to drink a Glass of hot water before breakfast and it is largely practice. Fully i Arf upped to Tak. Charge and prepare Ead bodies flt burial. Rate Reay Nable. Room in l tie Block. We d High a Roet. Do Baa i a Maurer the prominent Gei Era merchants of Bolivar t a have jus received a larg invoice of carpet Chain in All colors which they Are selfing very cheap. Parties needing anything in that line will Dot Well to give them a Call. Let of you want a go Oil Horn in a w in Hikade phia Ohio a new two it tory House and Al lot for Sal wry cheap. House has four rooms and ool cellar. There is a Quot Ood Cistern Sta Hie a Brick Cave 13x2s feet and All other in cd Quot sary out buildings. There is an abundance Ltd t the choicest fruit of every kind including Small. Fourteen thousand bearing Strawberry plants. The premises front on West Street loud neighbourhood. Will be sold at a sacrifice. Cause of Selling ill health. Call at the times office Early if you want a bargain. Or. A. L. Hupp. Physician and surgeon new Philadelphia Ohio. Office Over Mathias a me Farlane a store. Office hours 9 a. Till 10 a. 2 p. A. Till 3 . Otitis

Search All Newspapers in New Philadelphia, Ohio

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the New Philadelphia Times Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The New Philadelphia Times?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection