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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - January 6, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday january 6, 1887.=1 numb official directory. District. Berlah Wilkins Geo. Crites common pleas judges. 1 j. Hanee j. S. Pearce county. Representative. Francis Ankney probate judge. A. Yeagley prosecuting attorney. Clerk. A. F a. It Vilkins Figert sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. A. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. Recorder. A. G. Neumann commissioners. W Rufer. E. Lash Surveyor. To. Benner .0. H. Hoover infirmary directors. J. Wherley it j. Porter l. A Trautz Sec City. Daniel Korns. Clerk Elijah Philip commissioner Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. B. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. S. Giatfelder. Game Council Warden. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday january 6, 1887. Justices. Names. Townships. Post office. Daniel Krebs. James w Stoutt Clay. Wayne. Lock no. 17. Dundee. George Bear. Isaac couts. Henry Deible. T Richardson. R g Galbraith. T k Robinson. Philip a Garver John Smith. Jas Galbraeth. John Milone. Perry. Washington Bucks. Sugar Creek. Warwick. Warren. Franklin. Goshen. Bush. Mill. Cadwallader. Paoli. Baltic. Shanesville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. Daniel Richards t b Kan Kin. Goshen. Rush. New philae a. I Gnadenhutten. L s win sell. Clay. Gnadenhutten. And Timmerman Perry. Cadwallader. S y Renneker. Is Mckinney. We e Beck. Fairfield. Sandy. Goshen. New Philada a. Mineral City. New philae a. Samuel c Kline. J in Gardner. Robot Coruthers John Wetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. T .1 Stocker. Lawrence. Warren. Washington Wayne. York. Bolivar. New Cumberland Albany. Dundee. New Philada a. Bucks. Salem. Baltic. Port Washington t ii Mozena. Mill. Uhrichsville. Joseph Healea Chas f Davis. c Fernsel. Levi Travis. J w Newburg. Jos ii Hostetler Nich Montag. Wesley Tracy John bjones. Hiram nechnian. David Breymeir Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett. Mill. Dennison. Oxford. Franklin. Auburn. Dover. Dover. Dover. Newcomerstown Strasburg ii. Ragersville. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Andy. Auburn. Warwick. Lawrence. Sugar Creek. Salem. Mineral City. Ragersville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Shanesville. Port Washington John s Spring. Charles 11 Ellers John w Rolli. Jefferson. Fairfield. Jefferson. Port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. Hugh t Minnis. w Kinsley. 1�?T 11 Kuhn. s Wagner. J l Baldwin. Goshen. Oxford. York new Philada a. Newcomerstown Black band. Union. Union. Uhrichsville. Leesville. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. A a the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in Advance is 00 if not paid within six Mouths. 1 50 is remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A address All matter intended for publication to the editor. Laws newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use it whether he has ordered it not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without opining the 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 discontinue. Social events. The railroads. Professional directory. T j. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 46, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 46yl 7rancis rom in attorney at Law and notary Public. Office ver citizens National Bank new Philadel Hia Ohio. V. Ream. Jr., attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Office a Corner Public Square in j Only building new Philadelphia Ohio. Lye de. Hissong a shaving shampooing and hair dressing parlor in basement under Miller s drug store North Broadway new Philadelphia 0. 48yl John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47yl j ii Booth attorney at Law. Notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House Ortli Broadway. 47yl Amuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his eare in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties. Will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank. A a a ��7 part. She was nearly always Busy frequently when he saw that sad worn face and tired Little form he Felt a sympathy for her. One evening after the Day s work was done he was passing the Kitchen where Helen would insist staying and heard her engaged in an animated conversation with her brother. It was a simple conversation sue i As a child might understand about heaven. Little Amos was asking his sister if he should to relieved his infirmities there and whether not he would see his Mother and father. The answers the Zanesville times recorder thursday says a tuesday night a delegation appointed by the City Council canal Dover arrived Here and yesterday afternoon were closeted with the directors the z. N. Amp Railway company in the Parlours the Clarendon. The delegation consisted j. H. Mitchell Esq., mayor the City Samuel w. Croxton treasurer and general manager Pennsylvania amp Ohio Iron company Jeremiah s. Reeves president the Dover rolling Mill and blast Furnace and John a. Hostetler attorney at Law. The purpose their visit was to induce if possible the z. N. Amp Company to locate their line railway through that live Little manufacturing City and some Strong Points were made As an inducement. It is probable that canal Dover As Well As new Philadelphia May he trapped by this proposed through route Between Cleveland and what is Newcomerstown doing to secure this Road a Index. Whenever canal doves wants any Public improvement she goes after it and does not wait for it to be forced upon her. The citizens Dover Are a live set and we Only wish we had some them Here to help work up an interest in this matter in behalf new Philadelphia. We notice further from the Index that Newcomerstown is straining every nerve in behalf the Cannon Ball line. She is almost ready now to throw off the cloak a Village town and Don that a Railroad City and truly she might do so if in addition to the Panhandle and Amp m., she succeeds in getting the Cannon Ball line and the z. N. Amp c., making two trunk lines East and West and two North and South lines. Church directory. Presbyterian preaching every sunday at 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lords morning at 10 06a. In. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 0 clock a. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7o�?Tclock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. German every sunday at 1030_a. In. And 2 1 it p. In., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday morning service each month a missionary concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United every sunday at 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock p. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. Lodge directory. Masonic Tuscarawas chapter no. 38, r. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall. City Block. O. P. Taylor ii. P. A Axil go Tazuan Sec a. The new year dawned upon Earth and closed the history the old year and so far As our great common wealth is concerned the death several her most illustrious sons is written upon its pages As the most startling events. The year 1880, passes into history with the reins government in the hands a democratic administration and we Are Happy to say it is a prosperous one. American industries Are now in a healthy condition with a fair Prospect great development in the near future. Our Republic is at peace with All nations. Divine Providence has blessed our country with an abundance every thing so that now the great surplus the products the soil and the manufactory is bringing in from foreign countries great wealth. But the new year brings tidings uneasiness from Many the european countries. They seem to be standing upon the verge a Volcano ready to burst Forth with the demons War. Russia Germany Austria France and great Britain All watching each other and investigating every movement and the year 1887 May be one bloodshed and destruction to those countries. As a United people we have great reason to be Happy this Side the great Waters. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. Amp a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mall value . G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. E. Beck Duncan k. Of r. And s. I. 0. 0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. F. Kislig n. G. I. A. Correll rec. See a. I. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stempi Fly x. G. P. Skul rec. Sec a. I. O. 0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. J. J. Parr P. I. A. Correll scribe. I. 0. 0. . P. U. C., no. 8, meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. S. Hirst Secretary. I. J. Dodd Conido a. G. A. Crawford Post no. 6. Meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. Bowers commander. Royal Council meets every first and third Friday each month in knights pythias Hall. W 11. Miller Regent. J. S. Boileu Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday each month at g. R. Hall. E. Kaserman pres we. Bowers Cor. Sec a. On new years Day governor Foraker pardoned priestly Buckmaster from the Penitentiary where he had served Twenty six years a life sentence. He was sent from Coshocton county in 18g0 for the murder his wife whom he killed in a Drunken frenzy. He was a Well behaved prisoner and received Many a kindness at the hands the officials that institution lie claimed not to have been aware Bis crime until after sleeping off his Debauch. He was forty years age when imprisoned and is now an old Man seventy seven. Surely it must have been a a Happy new year to him. There will be a convention sportsmen held in Columbus january 12th, 1887, the object which is to effect and organize a state association for the better Protection our fish and game. We think this a very Good move. Our Laws Are not just what they should be yet and there should be an organization to enforce what Law we have the subject. A delegation is expected from every club in the state. Our club ought to see that a Delegate is sent. There will be reduced rates railroads. Judging from the report a meeting held in Cadiz last week As published in the Sentinel it looks As though the people Harrison county do not enthuse Over the building the Cannon Ball railway through that Section As far the showing is very poor and very Little encouragement is Given to the Enterprise. Governor Foraker is worried Over the fact that the newspapers got hold his message and had it in print before he was ready for it. The governor offers a $100 Reward for them Quot y f.1the u. A record then person who gave the \ Tea at mrs. Links. Dinner at mrs. Billy Sutton a. Surprise party Chris. Rolli. Tea at mrs. Mary Sharps. Party at miss Carrie Houpt a. Dance at Chapins Hall Friday eve. Dance at Eagle Hall Friday evening. Mrs. Ray entertained a number her lady friends at her Home East High Street. iss Emma Welty gave a party to a number her friends saturday eve it was pronounced by All to be an event Long to be remembered by them. On Friday eve a Large number Young folks our town attended a party at miss Bertha Emmerson a. They went in a big Wagon notwithstanding the i clemency the weather. On tuesday evening last week quite a number Young ladies and gentlemen met at the Home miss Cora Ashbaugh to celebrate her birthday. The evening was passed very pleasantly in social pastime and the party dispersed at about two clock after wishing the hostess Many returns the Day. It is reported that 15,000 jews have been expelled from the government at Keith Russia. Mrs. General Custer is writing a history the general scamp life for nine years previous to his death giving account the Frontier life. Ii. S. Stonebrook who was sentenced to the Penitentiary one year for larceny from this county died in the Hospital that institution december 28th. A Chicago woman is attracting considerable attention by appearing the streets leading a big eat covered with a Rose Plush Blanket and wearing a Collar in which Are Little Silver Bells. The name s. Mclean was this week drawn As one the Petit jurors for the february term the United states circuit court at Workman. Street car strikers in san Francisco resort to dynamite As a weapon to fight the company and blow up the Road. The Cartr Bridges with fuse attached was discovered in time to save great loss life and destruction property. The tinting tabulations the Sleigh Bells were heard our streets from Early morn until late in the evening new years Day. The Day was splendid for such recreation and everybody appeared Bright and Gay and Happy. The Ball Given by the Jolly four club new years eve was a grand Success. The Jolly boys composing this club Are experts in the management the bail room and always have a refined and Well behaved crowd at their entertainments. We Hope the new year will bring them Many blessings. Or. T. Ii. Bailey a car Coupler in the Dennison Yard had his left hand crushed last wednesday night while engaged in coupling cars necessitating amputation about an Inch above the wrist . It is estimated that natural Gas in 18s4 displaced 1,000,000 tons Coal Worth $1,400,000, and in 1885 3,200,000 tons Worth $5,900,000. At least 10,000,000 tons Coal has probably been displaced in 1886. Our old Friend James a. Thompson Deputy sheriff and court Bailiff was the recipient an elegant Gold headed Cane yesterday from his son Charles m., Cheyenne Wyoming territory. We Hope James May live Many years to Wear the Cane his excellent son Clias. Has Eriven him. Personal mention. A. T. Raiff our City hitched up his horse and Cutter to take a Little ride monday last intending to take the horse to the shop for shoeing afterwards but before returning his horse fell Down and broke both shafts. Fortunately the horse was gentle and no one was Hurt but delays that kind Are a Little dangerous. We see by the Dover Workman that it has issued its last number having sold the newspaper outfit to . Murray Bolivar. We Are sorry . Rickert could not make the paper in canal Dover for he is a meritorious Young Man and edited a Good Little paper. The paper will now be called the news journal. We wish . Murray Success. Or. F. Miskimins Newcomerstown is authorized to canvass for right Way for the Zanesville Newcomerstown amp Cleveland Railroad and will be in new Philadelphia to Day thursday. Or. Mis Kinens will Call All persons Over whose premises the Road will run and we sincerely Hope the people along the line will receive him kindly and Grant All they Are Able to do taking into consideration the advantages and disadvantages to their premises. The Standard theatre company Are playing at music Hall to Good houses and giving first class satisfaction. Their prices admission seems to suit the idea exactly Only 10, 20 and 30 cents. The company appears to night in that excellent drama a a Colleen done to fail to see them. To Morrow night a Fanchon the Cricket a and saturday a a streets new matinee saturday afternoon at two clock the Quot Little Robert Galbraith Trenton called at the times office wednesday. Or. J. B. Taylor Cadwallader was in town monday this week. Jonathen Stafford a prominent Farmer Roxford gave us a Call monday. _ messes. Henry and Adam Stocker port Washington were in town wednesday. _ mrs. Ii. P. Williams Trenton Ohio is spending the week with relatives in this Adam Paulus and Henry Leiser Stone Creek were among our callers monday. Lewis Welty has gone Back to Cincinnati where he Iii resume the study Law. _ Morley Williams Liverpool has returned to his Home after a Brief visit to this place. Hon. H. H. Porter port Washington gave the times office a Friendly Call tuesday. We were pleased to meet . Samuel Patton canal Dover monday he is a Patron the times. Mrs. William Palmer and children we Ere visiting relatives in Harrison county the past week. Morrison h. Ray started tuesday morning for Columbus there to resume his studies at the Ohio state University. Or. And mrs. Samuel Tooney canal Dover were the guests their son in Law James Young this City sunday last. _ miss Orinthia Isabell an accomplished Young lady Cincinnati is visiting her aunt mrs. Frank Black South Broadway. _ Edson Kennedy left wednesday morning for Wooster where he is studying in the Fine College which that town possesses. Miss Annie Mcelroy the accomplished daughter Joseph Mcelroy this City left thursday last for Fremont o., to visit her brother. Or. A. Gowdy a successful practitioner Strasburg and . J. D. Ulrich the same place were among our callers saturday. Jas. Mcfarland Chicago Illinois is at Home visiting his Mother and Many friends. James still has a longing for new Philadelphia. Or. Isaac True new Cumberland a leading spirit in the farming Community was among our callers wednesday and made us Happy with his subscription to the times the ensuing year. _ Peter Steffe Dundee gave the times office a Call monday and paid for his paper two years with the remark that he a a have to again so soon by so Success to you . Steffe. _ . Lewis Zollars Shanesville was in town Friday last. Or. Zollars is one the leading democrats sugar Creek township and we learn will be one coming candidates for clerk common pleas court. Or. Ozias Delong the newly elected infirmary director port Washington gave the times a social Call monday. Or. Delong is a genial Good fellow and we believe he will look after the county a interest in his official capacity. Or. F. L. Richardson jeweler and j. L. Mauer the firm Baad amp Mauer dry goods and Boot and shoe merchants Bolivar o., gave the times office a social Call wednesday. They Are among bolivars most successful business men. Or. Stettler living one mile North town was delivering Coal to the rolling Mill with a four horse team last Friday and while unloading an engine commenced backing up the switch leading to the Mill which so frightened the horses that they wheeled off and plunged into a pile hot cinders burning their limbs quite severely. It was sometime before the horses could be a harnessed and released from their hot Bath. It is thought however that the animals re not permanently injured. Derailed and burned. Springfield mass., january 4. Mitt Enraque station was the scene a frightful Railroad Accident Early this morning. The Modoc train from Albany approached the depot an hour behind time and running about thirty five Miles an hour and when within a few rods the station five the six cars left the track from some cause not definitely known. The train consisted engine no. 9, express car baggage car one Day coach and two sleepers. The engine and express car kept the main track and the baggage car was thrown against the engine the local West bound freight which had just pulled in and was standing the westbound main track. The freight engine was thrown its Side and completely wrecked. The baggage car smoker and Day coach immediately took fire and were All consumed. The through new York and Chicago mail was 011 this train and the mail for All new England Points. There were five pouches this mail and All were destroyed. All the Westfield and Pittsfield mail and the Albany letter mail were also destroyed making fourteen letter pouches that were burned. Tipiere were about eighty sacks newspaper mail 011 Board the Tram and All but seven these sacks were burned. When the cars could be searched the charred body a Man burned to a cinder was found the Only Means identification being the letters a a u. his Cap. The body is supposed to be that a Soldier who is known to have been aboard the train. Finance and traffic. Robert Raley Esq. Of Carrol ton is judge Days successor having been appointed by governor Foraker dec. 27. A Minerva news. We understand that messes. Bailey Millroy amp Figert proprietors the Gilsey House will furnish it in Fine style throughout with new furniture and will open it up to the Public under the management . Alfred Bailey in a few Days. Or. Bailey is a Good Man for the place. A dreadful Railroad disaster occurred the in amp Railroad near Tiffin o., at 1 clock 011 tuesday morning which will carry mourning into Many Homes in different parts the country. The fast passenger and a freight train collided killing Nineteen persons outright and Many More injured while fire added horror to the scene burning its victims slowly to death. At a regular meeting the g. A. In monday evening the following officials were installed for the ensuing year Post commander Daniel Korns. S. Groff. F. . S. Thornburg. Adjutant Robert l. Crouch. Q Quarter master surgeon . Von Neiderhauser. Chaplain Rev. James a. Cook. Officer Day John Stettler. Officer guard George w. Knisley. Sergeant major Joshua f. Hensel. S. Sergeant James Smytheman. Installed by f. Douthitt mustering officer. Judge Jones the common pleas court Cleveland has stirred rail retd circles from top to Bottom by his decision in the Case the Nickel la late Road. The first mortgage amounting to $15,-000,000, held by the Central Trust company. Is declared invalid and this brings to the front As a first Lien the second mortgage $10,000,000 held by the Union Trust company and the Road is ordered sold to the latter. All judgment creditors including the Lake Shore Road Are deprived their supposed liens and placed a parity As general creditors. There Are further some sweeping rulings As to the illegality the consolidation. The Victory is a Vanderbilt one but the Case will course still be bitterly contested in the upper court monday a evening january 3 the week just ended was the close a prosperous year in mercantile business. While it began with Good Promise there were some misgivings As to the outcome but improvement continued and the last half the year the Promise was abundantly fulfilled. Exports increased Railroad building was Large and prices Iron and other commodities advanced in a healthful manner without speculation. The new year opens with every thing favourable. There is yet about $3,000,000 Gold afloat in transit for this country about $5,500,000 having arrived during the week. This increased the new York Bank reserves making the gain $6,938,-200, including $1,523,100 Legal tenders. The surplus Reserve was increased from $7,232,200 to $12,274,350. Wicked canine. Columbus ind., Jan. 3. Shortly before Daylight this morning James Cox a Farmer residing near Here heard dogs at his sheep. He ran out and found that two Large dogs had killed several. Or. Cox grabbed the largest dog by the leg when the canine left the sheep and turned him biting his forehead and his hands and arms in several places and severing his nose from his face. Or. Cox however held to the dogs leg until his son arrived and with a Large knife Cut the dogs Throat from ear to ear just As the brute had got the old Man by the Throat and would undoubtedly have killed him had his son not arrived. He is in a precarious condition but will probably recover. Fort Wayne wreck. Enon i�?Ta., december 29. The Alliance accommodation train the 1. F. W., amp Railroad which left Pittsburgh late yesterday afternoon was wrecked last night near Galilee and nearly All the passengers were More less injured. The train was running at a High rate Speed and encountered a broken Frog. The engine passed Over the break safely but the baggage car and two passenger coaches jumped the track and rolled Down an embankment. Fortunately the cars although badly wrecked did not take fire and those who escaped with slight injuries set to work to relieve the less fortunate. How the passengers escaped alive was a Marvel to those who saw the wreck. Several Are dangerously injured. The Russo German Alliance London Jan. 3. Blowitz the Paris correspondent the times positively confirms his recent statement that Russia and Germany have concluded a direct Alliance. Or. Blowitz says that by the terms this new Alliance Russia binds herself to remain Neutral in the event War Between France and Germany and Germany binds herself to remain Neutral in the event War Between Russia and Austria. Russia secures a loan. Paris january 3. Russia has concluded arrangements for obtaining from the Iler sents Paris a loan 75,000,000 francs. The Money is to be expended in constructing a canal from the Eastern extremity the Gulf per Kop in the Black sea across the neck land joining the Crimea to the main land to the sea Azou in order to effect a direct water route from the River Don to the Black sea. Canal construction. Escaped from the grave. Panama dec. 25. Canal work is progressing. Contractors Are satisfied although they Are working against the difficulties consequent the Tail end the Rainy season and the Celebration december holidays. The sanitary record is Good. Removed to Iii Home from the cemetery a Man regains life. Mount Joy pa., january 2. Samuel Smeltzer this Borough just returned from red Lyon York county reports the people terribly excited Over the narrow escape a respectable citizen there from being buried alive. Henry Weichman aged 55, died suddenly and was prepared for burial. A Large concourse people attended the funeral and followed the remains to the grave. A a ashes to ashes and dust to dust was pronounced by the Clergyman and the Sexton dropped the customary shovel Earth upon the rough Box lid. One the sons Weichman who stood among the weeping mourners suddenly exclaimed a i must see father once More something tells he is not the people were startled but the undertaker in order to gratify the songs wishes ordered the coffin to be raised from the grave and carried to the tool House the Sexton where the lid was removed. A doctor was summoned and when the body was examined it was found to be quite warm. The doctor lanced the the deceased and blood commenced flowing As if from a live person. The coffin was carried Back to the House mourning and the supposed Corpse still in its shroud carried upstairs to bed. The Man is now slowly recovering and there is great rejoicing in the family whose gloomy Holiday has thus been turned into a very Happy new year. Dosed with too Nite. Much Aco some general Logan s friends denounce Iii medical treatment. Washington i. C., january 3. Tipiere Are rumours afloat a disposition among general Logan a friends to impute the cause his unexpected death to some mistake the doctors. The Blunt statement is made that general Logan was killed by the administration aconite morphine both. Color is Given to this belief from a statement which general Logan made to a Friend who called upon him a few Days prior to his death. This gentleman entered the room while . Baxter and general Logan were engaged in a discussion regarding the use aconite As one the remedies in his Case. General Logan persisted strongly against this remedy. After the doctor left the room general Logan said a a i can to Trust these doctors. Last night they left a lot stuff that i would not take and have thrown some general Logan a friends Are outspoken in their belief that the general need not have died and there is Promise a medical dispute. Captured express robbers they will All Lead guilty and sentenced at once bothering Hamas Case. Be St. Louis ., january 3. The grand jury to which the cases the train robbers were presented to Day have it is understood and publicly stated indicted Fred Wittrock Thomas Weaver and w. Haight robbery in the first degree. The criminal court does not meet until to Morrow morning and indictments cannot therefore be returned until that time. It is stated the authority Law officers that the prisoners will be brought into court As soon As the indictments Are returned and will plead guilty receive sentence and go immediately to the Penitentiary. If this proves to be the Case the charges against messenger Fotheringham cannot manifestly be sustained for robbery in the first degree is Highway robbery and if the messenger was implicated in the robbery the latter crime was not committed. Wittrock says Fotheringham is innocent. Synopsis court proceedings. Number civil cases calender at the commencement october 28 term 1885. 344 criminal cases. 4 criminal cases entered 011 calenders to december 24. 75 civil cases commenced from october 28, 1885, to december 24,1886. 467 total. Number civil cases disposed december 24. Number criminal cases indisposed dec. 24. 890 a a 14 18 332 there will be an Oyster supper and festival in the g. A. R. Rooms the 21st and 22d this month. We desire the patronage All who Are disposed to come and to those who do come we will insure an enjoyable time. The 52d this month will be the anniversary Andrew Crawford Post no. 6, organized in 1883. It is understood that a. B. Johnson amp son will establish a Bank in Dennison. This will be an important addition to Dennison a commercial interests. The messes. Johnson Are live business men and if Success is possible for such an institution Over the Creek these gentlemen will make it .�?chronicle. Those $4.00 boy suits at the Boston clothing House Are wonderfully cheap. Total. 558 1885�?october term. 144 1886�?february term. 139 a a a May term. 133 a a a october term. 122 and interim. 20 total. 558 number leaves granted. 374 number hearings preliminary pleadings. 134 total. 508 transfers real estate. Unsuccessful raid. Desperate fight with a gang burglars. Miamisburg o., Jan. 3. The boldest and most desperate attempt at burglary and robbery that was Ever made in this part the country occurred Here last night and the thieves were entirely successful in their plans Only being frustrated in their scheme robbery by the fact that the Safe which was blown open was found empty excepting books and papers and when it was considered that Over forty shots were fired during the performance some idea the desperate affair can be gamed. The scene burglary and Safe blowing was . August Kuehns brewery situated along the C., And i. Railway just South town. About twelve clock . Kuehn was awakened by hearing a noise in the office immediately below the room in the third Story occupied by his wife and two children. He hastily arose and started for the stairway to descend to the second Story but he had hardly opened the door when a Man who had been stationed at the foot the stairs fired at him. Or. Kuehn returned to his room and getting his revolver again attempted to descend firing As he started but the fellow returned the fire and kept up such a fusillade that . Kuehn started for another door. No sooner had he opened it than two men who had been stationed to command that door opened fire directed not Only at him but also at mrs. Kuehn who had raised a window and was calling for help. For ten minutes the family were in mortal terror the bullets whistling around the helpless wife and children until the two men who were working upon tiie Safe in the office finished their work and had blown the door off. As . Kuehn never keeps any amount Money at his brewery they got nothing at All to for one the most desperate ventures record in this part the country. There we Ere five men in the party. A Large chisel and a broken Drill were found near the ruined Safe which had been drilled in and blown open. Or. Kuehn is All right after his terrible experience being a target for three men but his wife is terribly prostrated by the terrible ordeal. Several suspicious characters were seen in town that night and it is supposed to have been the work strangers who left after the Job 011 some the Midnight trains. Forty years in the ministry and still Active. On the 5th last month it was forty years that Rev. J. G. Zahner As a Young Man commenced his labors As a minister the gospel in the counties Tuscarawas Holmes and Coshocton. He acquired his classical and theological education in Basil Switzerland immigrated to this country in 1845, and studied one year More in the reformed Seminary at Mercer Burgh Penn. Commencing his labors in Shanesville the 5th december 1846, he served the following congregations the first seven years Shanesville Ragersville St. Johns new Bedford White Eye Saltillo Farmerstown Walnut Creek Salt Creek and Evans Creek. I11 1853 this Large Field was divided and Rev. Geo. Rettig took charge the South Western portion it new Bedford charge. The Shanesville charge at that time regained and reunited the Jerusalem congregation at lower Stone Creek and in 1857 Rev. Zahner organized the reformed congregation at Sonters Bucks township Tuscarawas county and added it to his charge leaving the Walnut Creek Congo segregation to connect with . Eaton. In March 1868, he accepted a Call from the new Philadelphia and Trenton congregations retaining the Jerusalem congregation and connecting it with the new Philadelphia charge. I11 this Field he Laboured until july 1872, supplying also the German portion the Shanesville congregation. In March 1872, the Shanesville and Walnut Creek congregations were formed into a regular pastoral charge and Rev. Zahner was called to become their pastor. In this Field he still labors. Having organized the new Carlisle congregation in 1877, and built a Church there this congregation is served by Lim in connection with Shanesville and Walnut Creek. The old Field Rev. Zahner comprises now five pastoral charges served by himself and the following ministers the reformed Church revs. Noll j. Klar w. Stechow and J. Accolla. In these forty years Rev. Zahner preached at least 4634 sermons baptized 1,783 children and adults Catech ised and confirmed 1,359 persons attended and preached at 991 funerals administered the sacrament the lords supper to 120 sick persons delivered at least 2,400 catechetical lectures and married 915 couples. For 39 years he served As stated clerk the classes presbytery to which he belonged at the time. He was appointed county school examiner oct. 1st, 1868, by a. Patrick who was then judge the probate court and which position he still news. Elijah Peterman and others to Janies Scott 30 24-100 acres Wayne township $1,000. Sheriff Bowers to Martha e Hannon 79 acres Rush township $1,340. Fred j Rippel to Geo f Rippel part lot 7, Dover township $550. Geo f Rippel to Fredrick Rippel part lot 121, Dover township $1,500. Philip Johnson to Whitaker Johnson 1 7-100 acres Wayne township $500. Thos g Wilson and others to Ella n Wilson 50 acres Perry township $600. Sheriff Bowers to ii Hoover the Henry Garabrandt property consisting 2 acres and 5 houses Pike run $730. Adam Wolf to Adam Blickens Derfer 50 acres Clay township $1,350. David Thomas to Adam Stocker lot 22, port Washington $50. We Hiester to Clarence Ripley part lot 11, Salem township $300. Thoa f Mckee to Thos Dignin lots 41 and Dennison $100. Women can afford to remain single a Good heavy suit underwear at 45 cents at the Boston one Price clothing House. A11 elegant and Well made Unlyun dried shirt for 40 cents at the Boston clothing House. An elegant and Well made Unlyun dried shirt for 40 cents at the Boston clothing House. The Boston clothing House leads All the stores in the Valley in the Way variety and Low prices. If you want a Good pair working dress gloves go to the Boston one Price clothing House. If you want a first class overcoat at the lowest possible Price go to the Boston one Price clothing House. A Superior working shirt for men boys Good Strong material for 25 cts. At the Boston clothing House. A Good red shirt and drawer guaranteed fast color for 68 cents at the Boston one Price clothing House. The largest Stock mensa boys and childrens clothing in the City is to be seen at the Boston clothing House. Good and Well made clothing always to be had at the lowest prices at the Boston one Price clothing House. A splendid medicated All Wool suit red underclothing for $1, at the Boston one Price clothing House. Did you see those heavy and Superior overalls for men and boys Price 35 ets. At the Boston clothing House. If you want any kind Job work done Short notice and at prices that defy Competition Call at the times office. A splendid heavy menus lined jeans pants Well Worth $1, can be had for 65 cents at the Boston one Price clothing House. What do you think a boys genteel Winter hat Cap for 25 cents. They Are to be had at the Boston clothing House. Probate court an elegant line children a overcoats ranging from one Dollar to seven dollars at the Boston one Price clothing House. An endless variety Glass and tinware every description at the 5 and 10 cent store next door to Miller a songs drug store. 44tf ladies can buy Fine laces and ribbons at astonishingly Low prices at the 5 Ami 10 cent store next door to Miller amp songs drug store. 44tf do not forget to examine into our offers in real estate. See our list 011 4th Page. We Are offering some extra bargains now 011 town property. Drop into the 5 and 10 cent store next door to Miller a songs when you want to Purchase goods and secure big bargains. 36 i have Money to loan for three five years secured by first mortgage Tuscarawas county farms. 2w4 John a. Himes new Philadelphia. Just arrived. A Fine line menus and Hoys overcoats that certainly will astonish you in Price at three four five and six dollars at the Boston one Price clothing House. For very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per cent interest investment. Also other desirable lots and properties. John a. Himes new Philadelphia 18tf for Good second hand four horse Power engine and boiler almost As Good As new including All attachments. Will sell for $150. A bargain in it. For further particulars inquire at the times office Call a. A. Fradenburgh port Washington 40tf Coal . V. Paulusz for ten cents per gallon a Phillipsburg Ohio. 51 the common talk is among Young men that they cannot afford marriage because wives Are such an expensive luxury and altogether such an impediment that no one can afford to have one unless he is very Rich is willing to remain very poor. This kind twaddle is so much in Vogue that it will probably seem heresy to take any other View the Case but bearing in mind the innumerable stories beating and mutilation and even murder inflicted upon women by Drunken and ugly husbands it seems to be about time to Start a crusade to bring about resolve the part women not yet married. They run about Twenty times As much risk in such an operation As the Man does and if the latter cannot a a afford a to take unto himself a wife the majority can Well afford their part to remain single. Within Twenty years we predict that clubs for women and an increased Independence in earn Inga livelihood and generally better status for unmarried women will result in a serious diminution the marriage rate. And when women Are not to be got for the asking men will be More careful them. A Little a a Corner a in the marriage Market would not be a bad thing Sale Price $270.�?four-horsepower upright portable engine Eureka. Manufactured by Payne a co., new York. All fixtures go with it. It is in Good order and Asl it Een used hut a Short time. A bargain in it. Call at s. Moore a Law office Over citizens National Bank. 37 any one desiring to sell Exchange 01 buy real estate any kind chattels will do Well to Call the proprietor the times who will act As agent for the same reasonable terms. No charges made for advertising in the times when you employ us As agent. No names parties Given to the Public but made known Only to those wishing to Purchase. Of for Salo. A Small farm 68 acres known the Peter older tract Pike run adjoining Coal mine no. 2. There Are three dwelling houses 011 the premises two Orchards and a school House. Sixty acres cleared and under Good cultivation and Good fences. All in grass. Terms reasonable. Possession can be Given at any time. For particulars Call 011 Frank Romig at times office William Oliver Pike run. 39tf for sale.�?300 acres first class Plain and River Bottom land and about 70 acres Hill land being what remains unsold the James Waddington farm situated the new Philadelphia and Uhrichsville Road near the town Pike run. The buildings Are Good. This land will be sold As a whole divided to suit purchasers. The River Bottom land would be sold in Small tracts. Also a farm 140 acres Plain and River Liotto land situated three and one half Miles from new Philadelphia. F. 8. Romig. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. 35tf Otice is hereby Given the following accounts and ers executors administrators i ans trustees and assignees have filed in the office the probate Tuscarawas county Ohio and be for hearing saturday Jam 8th, 1887, and continue from Day Day until All Are disposed final account and vouchers James c Forbes administrator the estate Louisa e Forbes deceased. Second account and vouchers Jacob Gebhardt administrator the estate James Mccollum deceased. Final account and vouchers John Ramsey administrator the estate Rachel Fox deceased. Final account and vouchers John Ramsey administrator with the will annexed the estate Reuben Fox deceased. Final account and vouchers Glt w Schilling administrator the est Christian Wagner deceased. Second account and vouchers j r Hendershot Assignee Daniel min Nich an insolvent debtor. Final account and vouchers Jacob f Lenz guardian Magdalena e Getz. Final account and vouchers Elizabeth Stein administer matrix with the will annexed the estate Conrad Stein deceased. Final account and vouchers Sherod w Ricketts guardian Virgil a Mel Vina to and William h Ricketts. Fourth account and vouchers Samuel Slade administrator the estate John h Carr deceased. Third account and vouchers Mary Blaser guardian Sophia e Blaser. Final account and vouchers Noah Mast guardian Emma j Miller. Final account and vouchers Engle Hart Widder guardian John Mann final account and vouchers George f Williams administrator the estate Anna Sellup deceased. Final account and vouchers Theodore f Crater guardian Anna Mcintire. Final account and vouchers Theodore f Crater guardian Edward Mcintire. Final account and vouchers the Ophilus k Williams executor the will Peter Williams deceased. Final account and vouchers Jonas Neff guardian John Ball. Second account and vouchers Cyrus Hummel 1, guardian Blanch Hummel. Final account and vouchers William Hiester administrator the estate William a Kitsmiller deceased. V first account and vouchers John w. Johnson administrator the estate James George deceased. First account and vouchers j w Haverfield Assignee John f Welch an insolvent debtor. Final account and vouchers John Diefenbacher administrator with the will annexed the estate John France sr., deceased. Final account and vouchers John b Jones Assignee David Good an insolvent debtor. Final account and vouchers George w Travis administrator the estate Jacobina Groff deceased. Third account and vouchers James Boa is guardian James h Boals. \ supplemental final account and vouchers Benjamin g Mizer administrator the estate John Baker deceased. Wei ask final account and vouchers w Nargney administrator the estate Jane Nargney deceased. Second account and vouchers Samuel i Waltz guardian Moses Weaver an insane person. Second account and vouchers John Linard executor tiie will David w Kennedy deceased. First account and vouchers Catharine Heminger executrix the will Nathan l Heminger deceased. First account and vouchers Solomon p Miller administrator the estate Andrew Schrock deceased. Final account and vouchers John Rice administrator de Bonis non the estate Mary Sneary deceased. Second account and vouchers Samuel Rufer guardian Alicem Sarah a Florence a and Flora a Welch. Final account and vouchers Chas c Welty. Administrator Del it onis non the estate William e Aldridge deceased. J. Year Ley 51 \v4 probate judge now is the time to subscribe for the times and the american Farmer both one year for $1.30 Cash. Our pc subscribers can have the same opt nity by renewing their subscription the times. See advertisement Page. Market reports. Times office january 6, 1887. Flour Patent bbl. $ 6 a a a a $ sack. A a Best family bbl $ u Amber sack. 1 a a a a new Proe. A wheat Bushel. Corny new Bushel. Oats new Bushel. Rye Bushel. Butter Pound. 8 eggs dozen. Buckwheat flour pounds hams Pound. Shoulders Pound. Sides Pound. Lard Pound. Tallow Pound. Beef Pound. 07 Salt Goshen barrel. 1 White Lime barrel. 1 Akron cements barrel. Calcined plaster barrel. Let and a a �?1barrel .1 potatoes to Bushel new. Dried peaches Bushel. Dried apples Bushel. A a a a a Pound. Rags Pound. Onions to Bushel. Hay $ ton new. Clover seed Bushel 60�., Timothy seed Biffiel.

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