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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - January 14, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times i Volumn 1. Philadelphia o., thursday january 14, 1886. Number Philadelphia Moore proprietor. W. Ii. Watson editor. Thursday january 14, 1886. A Kartlie aka 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 Mouths. 1 a a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter pos Loftlee order to the address the proprietor. Utt address All matter intended for publication to the newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use it whether he has ordered it 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 removal. If subscribers refuse neglect to take papers from the office place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to directory. District. Congress Beriah Wilkins state . A. It rites common pleas Pree county. Representative. Probate judge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Francis Ankney a. W. Yeagley a. F. Wilkins i. Figert a. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey a. L. Kennedy j. G. Neumann l s. Rufer a w. E. Lash r. Benner 0.11. Hoover j. Wherrey w. Rogers , Sec City Daniel Korns. James 11. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. Win. Campbell. Andrew Erwin. Mayor clerk marshal Street commissioner Council justices. Names. Town ships. J Post office. Daniel Krebs. Jamef. V South George i Star. I Isaac conts. Henry Deible. Jacob Kreig. Henry Vanlehn a ii Banks. Daniel Haas. John Smith. Jas Galbraeth. John Milone. Samuel Moore. T b Rankin. L s Winsch. F r Berkshire. S v Renneker. L s Mckinney. Win e Beck. Samuel 0 Kline. J h Gardner. Robot Coruthers John Wetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. T ii Moena. Joseph Healen Chas f Davis. 0 Fernsel. Levi Travis. J w Newbury. Jos 11 Hostetler Nieh Montag. Wesley m Tracy John b Jones. Hiram Lehman. David Breymeir Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett. John s Spring. Charles h Ellers John w Rollie. Hugh t Minnis. w Kinsley. P 11 Kuhn. s Wagner. Lay. Wayne. Perry. Washington Bucks. Sugar Creek. Warwick. Warren. Franklin. Goshen. Rush. Mill. Goshen. Kush. Clay. Perry. Fairfield. Sandy. Goshen. Lawrence. Warren. Washington Wayne. York. Bucks. Salem. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Franklin. Auburn. Dover. Dover. I Over. Lundy. Auburn. Warwick. Lawrence. Sugar Creek. Salem. Jefferson. Fairfield. Jefferson. Goshen. It Oxford. York. Union. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Cadwallader. Paoli. Baltic. Slanesville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Stras Lairg. 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. Den Nison. Newcomerstown Strasburg. Ragersville. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral it Ity. Rogersville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Slanesville. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. New Philada a. Newcomerstown Black band. Us directory. chapter no. 3s, ii. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. To Lor ii. P. Daniel Getzman Sec a. Our Mutton chop neighbors Over the big Waters Are getting a Little High toned and Are gently remained the fact by the Cleveland Penny press in the following editorial last Friday a the London Liverpool amp Globe insurance company notifies this country that it will not make any More Loans Here except upon the express agreement that principal and interest shall he paid in Gold Coin the London Liverpool a Globe insurance company can go to Thunder to Bally pack hades any other uncomfortable place. An american who would Excel t a loan from Itiat company after such a notice is a mean fellow and deserves to be sold out under the mortgage As he probably will be. There is As much Gall in the insulting declaration the company As in its name which is strikingly suggestive a disposition to claim and grab about everything there is in sight this mundane sphere. It May be necessary to Boycott this bullying a governor Hill new York in his inaugural address recently said a my thoughts to Day turn to the great work administrative Reform which lies before us. In this Vineyard 1 am called by the people to labor. The cause is worthy the highest ambition the purest efforts and the most zealous advocacy those who choose to serve it. To Correct existing abuses to reduce the expenses government to abolish useless offices to uproot official corruption to simplify the methods admin situation and to raise the Standard official integrity Are some the features the patriotic work in which All Good citizens should co operate. 1 reiterate the sentiment and join in the declaration to the people the state in behalf administrative Reform similar to that which was expressed years ago by Samuel j. Tilden to the people the City new York in respect to municipal Reform a in your cause 1 will follow where any shall dare to Lead Lead where any shall dare to a the supreme court Maryland has rendered the following recent decision with regard to Selling liquor to minors a a licensed dealer in spirituous liquors indicted for unlawfully Selling liquor to a minor cannot escape the penalty the offence by proving that the Sale was made by his barkeeper during his absence without his knowledge and contrary to his instructions Given in Good Faith and which were so understood by the barkeeper. The intent in such a Case is immaterial in determining the guilt. Where the agent is set to do the very thing which and which Only the business the principal contemplates namely the dispensing liquors to purchasers the principal must he chargeable with the agents violation Legal restrictions that business. Tin act the agent is the act tin1 principal. Carroll is. State 63 md., 551, s. C., 53 l. J., 9.�?� i a Washington correspondent the Cleveland Penny press has this to say congressman Beriah Wilkins Beriah Wilkins is the youngest member the Ohio delegation being Only 39 years age. He is a Man with a thick Shock Sandy hair and Chin whiskers the same Light color. His eyes Are Blue and he is an All round regular blonde lie is Stout and just a trifle below medium height. Lie is quite popular in the House. His Home is at Uhrichsville and his occupation that a hanker j he dresses in Good clothes the most fashionable Cut and lives like an epicure at a a Welcker so the tiniest gentleman a restaurant in Washington. every sunday at Klio a. In. And 7 clock p. In. Sunday school . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. Christi every lord s Day morning at 10 30 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month s unday school at 9 clock a. Methodist every Sabbath at 1010 a. And 7 clock a a. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. Germ an every sunday at 10. 10 a. In. And 2 15 p. M., alternately. Sunday school at 0 00 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the f 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. United Brethren preaching every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. directory. Masonic new Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. A a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. L. Mcilvane . G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights pyt1iias.�?equity Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Lylall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. . W. 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. Sec a. I. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stempfly n. G. P. Sehi., rec. Sec a. I. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each Mouth at Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. Parr c. P. I. A. Correll scribe. I. O. 0. . P. U. C., no. 8, meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. R. W. Dodd Comdr. S. Hirst Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post. No. A meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. W. Bowers commander. A Royal Council meets every first and third Friday each month in knights pythias Hall. W ii. Miller Regent. S. Bigler Secretary. National 1 ni0n.�?safety Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday each month at a p. Hall. . Sluth0ur, pres. S. Moore Cor. Sec a. X prances it orig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. Samuel 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. J Ulius c. Dittma1v8 shaving parlor and Bath rooms next door to news depot. Hair cutting a specially. A work done with neatness and dispatch. A detachment the salvation army engaged in a Lively skirmish with the police monday evening at Joliet 111. They were notified not to Jarade the streets but disobeyed and uie Captain and big Bass drummer were arrested and locked us. After their arrest a gang roughs charged the army Barracks and a free Light issued in the course which several salvation lists were severely handled the stove upset and windows smashed. A squad police finally restored order. Or. F. Kaine the United states Consul general at Berlin denies that he is in any Way connected with the Cincinnati correspondence defaming . Pendleton the United states minister to Germany. Or. Kaine says he Aas quilted editorial life and has written nothing for the press since last May. The whole matter appears to him to be a plot evil minded persons. He says his relations with . Pendleton ire the most Friendly character. Congressman Hewitt reports from the House committee ordnance that we can make our own heavy rifled guns and build our own War slips but the work should be begun promptly As at least ten years will be needed to put a sleet thirty modern vessels afloat. The duty Congress is now Clear. We must either put our coast defence in Good order and launch an effective Navy else discard the Monroe doctrine and be at the mercy every third rate Power the face the Globe. The people Atlanta Hae sunk $20,-000 in digging an Artesian Well 2,000 feet deep. No Stream having been found that would come to the surface professor White the state University was called in and he deeded that As Atlanta stood granitic Rock the bed Rock the continent the Only Way to get an Artesian Well would lie to Start the surface and bore up Giro the atmosphere. _ the North Carolina burglar who attempted to enter the premises by the narrow pathway the Chimney and who was nearly smothered to death by a lire that was lighted As be descended and was finally extricated through the merciful mediumship x Derrick to find that he is liable to be Hung for at tempted burglary is a Good example an All round victim misplaced Confidence. John f. Munger Platteville wis., will not vote the prohibition ticket since he owes it to Brandy that he was not buried alive the other Day. He was supposed to be dead from aconite poisoning and Wras prepare 1 for burial when a hypodermic injection Brandy and digitalis near the learn restored him to life. Justice comes at last. Hon. Allen g. Thurman the a old roman referee in the Hocking Valley mining arbitration matter rendered his decision thursday last week against the operators and in favor the sixty cent rate asked by the miners. The arguments advanced by tin judge Are considered sound and As treating the ease its merits. The following is the conclusion his decision a now considering the facts stated in the testimony the amount coals annually mined and the length time the Trade Lias been carried it seems to me to be fairly inf Erable that the business must have been the whole a profitable one. Of course like every other kind Industry it is subjected to periods depression but it is difficult to conceive Why it should be carried at All if it involves a certain loss to the capitalist. And referring to the wages now and heretofore paid for mining in this and other districts i cannot see How an Advance 10 cents per ton in miners wages would necessarily deprive tin operator reasonable profits much is put an end to his business. In Short 1 think that the natural Market the two districts named will be retained even if the Price mining he advanced to 60 cents and that such an Advance would still leave to the operators reasonable profits. decision therefore is that the operators the two districts can the Advance asked Viz 60 cts. Per ton and compete with other boycotting the chinese. The women a Industrial league Akron has issued an Appeal to the people asking their Aid in an Effort to Boycott the chinese the following which is a copy the circular a the chinese laundries exist to the detriment female industrials who Are compelled by poverty to earn a living by washing and ironing it being the Only alternative by which they can support themselves and those dependent upon them. That the women our country who prefer a life labor to one shame should be honoured and protected by the Community is evident. Therefore we ask every True Man and woman to Aid in ridding our Community these foes honest labor and Industry. Boycott them As leeches As drones in the hives american Industry. Boycott them As producers nothing hut loathsome disease. Boycott them As dangerous to the Community. Boycott them As competitors our widows and orphans in their Battle for bread. We Appeal to the manhood and womanhood our Community to Aid in this Battle against these god hating immorality Breeding cancers the body politic us corrupt ors youth enemies Good society our country our religion and our god. Let us drive from our Homes and our children these leprous opium eating chinese and with them will go the opium Dens. The Wisdom High License. Unseated. The amount Revenue derived from liquor License in Chicago under the new Law has increased from $2000,000 to $1,-500,000 a year and the number saloons has decreased from 13,000 to 9,000. The License charge is Only $500, which is much less in proportion to the amount a a goods sold and the profits upon them than the local tax paid by retail merchants who do the same amount Trade in other lines. The License is therefore not a hardship and those who it Are protected from a Competition that would deduct More from their profits than the tax does. The diminution in the number drinking places is a distinct gain to the Community in three ways those that Are closed Are usually the lowest Type the temptations to drink Are diminished and the police supervision the traffic is made easier by the reduction in the number amounting to nearly one half and by the interest those who High License in aiding in the suppression unlicensed Sale. Both to the matter Revenue and regulation High License is vindicating its Telegraph. Hamilton county is now represented in the House by one Democrat and nine republicans the democrats being displaced and republicans sworn in tuesday. Two republicans shipped and Johnson Huron voted against the expulsion Resolution which was adopted by a vote 56 to 44. Speaker Entrekin it is said gave a most Blazen exhibition bigotry and bulldozing and is pronounced a miserable cowardly. Cringing partisan. The lobby was composed mostly hoodlums who howled shrieked and threw their hats and cried a a rats rats a at the deposed democrats As they withdrew from their seats. The nine republicans then went Forward and were sworn in by the speaker and thus ends another disgraceful chapter in Ohio politics. The Bald head senator Isham g. Harris is a striking object to the visitor looking Down from the strangers gallery the United states Senate. A deep scare running in a semicircle across the top the Skull Marks the energetic Effort a Federal Cavalryman to end the southerners career the Battlefield Shiloh. Or. Harris As governor Tennessee was with Albert Sidney Johnston throughout that two Days conflict and it was in his arms that the Confederate Leader expired. A Uncle Ned will deliver one his famous lectures at Eagle Hall Friday evening this week. A Uncle Ned says the Larder and Coal House Are about empty and that the Little Pic Aninies must be fed. Give the old Man a Good House. The few dimes and Nickels will not be missed by you while they will serve to warm up a a Uncle Ned a heart and his fireside. A leading lawyer Ohio who has made it his business to investigate the matter expresses the opinion that in another year there will a crop Bohemian Oats notes come Ripe that will amount to $5,000,000. The lawyers will gather in the Best part the Harvest. Twenty five tramps lodged in and about the rolling Mill sunday night and monday morning a a worked the town for provender. They were generally a hard looking set men a majority whom would no doubt refuse to work if offered them. A handsome White girl named Ina Norton Cleveland brought up in comparative ease surrounded by every Comfort married a mulatto last week. A ruined Home and a mothers head bowed Down in shame and sorrow caused by a Wayard daughters deed is the result. We have said More than one occasion that it would be a mighty cold Day when judge Foraker would be inaugurated governor Ohio. With the thermometer Waltzing among the nineties monday a the court was about Correct. In this new year our lord 1886, Washington a birthday comes monday Valentines Day sunday St. Patrick a Day wednesday april fools Day thursday memorial Day sunday. Lent begins March 10. Easter sunday will be the 25th april. The wife Richard Rosenthal a distinguished physician Alison mass., has gone wrong with her she was a Leader in society for several years and the Coachman is Only 19 years old and a worthless fellow. Such is life. The average Michigan Man will consult a Goose Bone to see if it is to be a severe Winter and if that Goose Bone says it is seventeen agents the weather Bureau persuade that Man that he was mistaken. Peter Prysi furniture dealer this City made an assignment saturday last to Philip Olmstead for the Benefit his creditors. Claims to the amount about $l�?T,500 Are secured. Assets and liabilities unknown. Mrs. Banks an Indiana woman bought some Poison for rats with the word a a Poison it four times had it the top shelf in the pantry and yet the hired girl used it for baking powder within a week. Gas pipe line is being rapidly Laid to Easl Liverpool from the big Wells recently struck near the City by the Ohio Valley Gas company. Standard company has also made a big find and will try to beat the former company. Ina Norton the Cleveland White girl who married a mulatto in that City says she is satisfied with her Coffee coloured husband and the Mother asserts that her child is dead to her forever. Small boy rapped at the door the Buckway residence in Dayton and presented the mistress who came to the door with two bundles containing a live kicking a a kids and his clothes. Of the committees appointed in the House by speaker Carlisle Hon. Beriah Wilkins this District is fifth Public buildings and grounds and fourth banking and currency. Of the five senses the touch is the most delicate As a proof for instance sit a tack. You Don t hear it you can to taste it you can to see it you can to smell it but its there. A new kind cheese is made which is said to Appeal strongly to a Many a imagination. That May be so but we never heard a Many a nose called by that name before. The Price for whacking a minister Over the head with an umbrella in Brooklyn is $20 for the first whack with reduction to persons taking a Quan Tity. A severe Snow storm and Western blizzard struck this place saturday night and continued until next morning. Snow fell to the depth Over one foot and a half. A great Many our citizens have had cause to complain poor Gas during the past two weeks. The company should heave in a Little More Good Coal. It Isnit the fellow that a a blows the Bass drum who leads the band nor is it the fellow that shoots off his Mouth the most that leads in Community. There Are Farmers and plenty them in this state whose cupidity would tempt them to bite at the Bohemian Oats bait if the agent were Label d a a fraud before and behind and would state at the outset that he was Earth for the sole purpose swindling every credulous Granger he might catch. Such Farmers Are anxious acquire the wealth a Vanderbilt in one seasons Harvest. Governor Hoadly a last message to the legislature contains Many sensible suggestions and Good Points. He thinks the convict contract labor plan has proved a failure. In considering the liquor question he favors a License Law. He makes an Earnest Appeal for a new Reg i traction Law for Cincinnati and Cleveland. He advocates non partisan boards for state institution As far As possible. Jurors for february term court. It is reported that John d. Nichols esq., Coshocton is building fences for the common pleas judgeship the 6th District in �?T87. Newark this state was visited by a most disastrous fire saturday night which destroyed property to the value Over $25,000. The nomination John Sherman for United states senator by the republicans in caucus accounts for the late cold weather. A Michigan Man was choked to death with a Straw one Day last week. Another warning to them to take it straight from the Tumbler. At the expiration John Sherman a next term in the United states Senate he will have served Twenty nine years at the Public crib. Judson Bunn formerly marshal Coshocton is now Deputy Warden the Penitentiary in new Mexico territory. The following Are the grand and Petit jurors drawn for the february term court commencing tuesday february 2, 1886 grand jury. Township. 1. John . 2. Jacob . 3. Andrew Fernsel Lawrence. 4. Christian Ruof Stlawrence. 5. Rudolph Myers York. 6. We. G. Miller Jefferson. 7. Alex. . 8. Charles Boc Salem. 9. Christian Wian Salem. 10. A. Trade Mill. 11. James Edi Emill. 12. A. A. Shetler Bucks. 13. Lewis j. Kline Warwick. 14. John . 15. . Petit jurors february fifteenth. 1. William crites Bucks. 2. Valentine Fisherbuck. 3. Robert Lyons . 4. Philip Getzman Goshen. 5. Joshua Goodin Goshen. 6. William Feller Goshen. 7. Jacob . 8. Jacob . 9. Wesley . 10. Jacob a. . 11. David c. Furne Sandy. 12. Aaron l. Packer Perry. 13. Thomas pounds Wayne. 14. Daniel Kuc Hyork. 15. Gideon Renwick Ormill. 16. We. . 17. James h. Helwi Clay. 18. Jacob Maure Lawrence. 10. George shop Tommill. 20. Henry Moore Warwick. A an Ada less our old coloured citizen a Uncle Ned a will lecture to Young men at Eagle Hall Friday evening this week the above subject and announces the following text and programme my shool bound friends come out and hear my talk Ada less Eden for it is just the kind talk you Young men Are a needing. You Are going to the Bow wows you Are training with the shoats if you done to heed you soon will heart a to the left there with the there a the a Poolo games and that other game called a eighty seven up a the a bunco table a hades an game and tangle legging cup and Many other sinful things listen to your Uncle take warning now and thus escape the bring along your Nickles your quarters and your dimes takes Money to get up lectures and study out these rhymes. This lecture is the Best in All my lecture course and All Young men should hear it a sic Semper Tarn a doors open at 7 30 clock. Speaking will begin As soon As a Good collection is taken up and not sooner. you hear that my hide bound Money Loving friends. Admission free. Capt. I. Am need manager. Killed by a runaway team. Charles Haupert aged about 60 years a Well to do Farmer and highly respected citizen this county residing two Miles from port Washington was killed by a runaway team Friday last. He had gone to the Coal Bank for a Load Coal when his team took fright and Start d off at a rapid gait throwing . Haupert violently to the ground. At the same time he received a terrible blow from one the horses which crushed the Skull causing instant death. The unfortunate Man was an Uncle mrs. Charles Engel this City and leaves a wife and seven children to mourn his untimely death. The times. The new Philadelphia times is the name a new paper just started at the county seat a copy which has reached our desk. It is a neat looking paper and is democratic in politics. Samuel Moore proprietor w. Ii. Watson late the Argus . The times is the name a new Democrat paper in new Philadelphia edited by w. Ii. Watson. It is a spicy paper and seems to have sufficient vigor to Stem the tide Competition. Or. Watson is a new Lisbon boy and we should be glad to see him succeed with his new Ohio Patriot. Smoked out and gained in. On saturday evening a number friends met at the commissioners office and presented the retiring sheriff Geo. W. Goudy with a handsome and valuable pipe. The presentation was made by James t. Of Donnell in his usual Happy style and appropriately responded to by the sheriff. Probate judge Yeagley then brought Forth a Large Hickory Cane and in a fitting manner handed the formidable looking staff to the newly inaugurated sheriff George Bowers. For both the outgoing and incoming officials the times wishes a full measure happiness and Prosperity in this life. Struck it Rich. It is reported from Uhrichsville that an old prospector brought to that place some Fine specimens Silver and Lead Ore which he said he found the farm John Pyle about three Miles from there in the Hills. The specimens exhibited were evidently genuine and created some excitement. Pyle has been offered a Good round sum Money for part his farm but refuses to sell at any Price. The Lead Ore is particularly Rich it being possible to Mould bullets from it just As taken from the ground. The owner the land is greatly elated at the Luck. Charity concert. An entertainment will be Given in Eagle Hall new Philadelphia tuesday evening january 10, under the auspices the n. P. Ladies Aid society the proceeds to be distributed by them among the worthy poor this town. Program will be furnished hereafter and Price admission announced. The Orange crop in Florida was damaged to the amount $500,000 by the late cold wave which reached that Point and raised old Cain in general late saturday. A few weeks ago sol. Glat Felter who went to that state from new Philadelphia wrote that Green peas and other Garden truck were thriving nicely and that he was working out in the Field in his shirt sleeves. This monday morning sol. Is probably toasting his toes by a comfortable fire. The Dennison paragraph is our authority for the statement that Hon. Beriah Wilkins was offered by speaker Carlisle his Choice Between the chairmanship a minor committee a prominent place the Public buildings committee which is an important one. He chose the latter believing that he could better secure the passage a Bill providing for a Public building at Zanesville in this District. Hon. A. T. Ready was taken seriously ill very suddenly sunday morning and soon became unconscious in which condition he remained until late monday afternoon. At this writing wednesday his condition is reported greatly improved with fair prospects for a speedy restoration health. The affliction is pronounced by the attending physician to be congestion the brain. There Are now a Large number destitute families in our midst and a Twenty five cent Relief fund has been opened for their Benefit at the Posto Tice. The late extreme cold wave has caused a great Deal suffering among some them and their present condition is very distressing. A Little Charity at this present time would be worthily bestowed. The City minstrels gave an excellent and very creditable entertainment at Eagle Hall tuesday evening under the auspices the Cornet band and for the Benefit that organization. A Large audience greeted the company and the receipts amount to $70. The band now have enough funds to Purchase a Fine uniform which we Are informed has already been ordered. The times subscription list is increasing at a rate beyond our expectations and we Are under Many obligations to our friends who have so kindly assisted us durig the past two weeks. The names fifteen substantial persons were added to the list last week to be sent to one Post office in the country. The late cold wave froze up the matrimonial sea in this county during the past week As Only three marriage licenses were issued As follows Jasper n. Quigley and Anna e. Blair George w. Metzger and Alice beavers John t. Showalter and Susan b. Blair. A a californians latest sensation a according to an Exchange a is a venerable lady who claims to have been kissed by George the four England and wooed by the third it is not stated what insane Asylum she is confined in. Our Market report is corrected weekly by Jacob Miller grocer. He says the quotations remain unchanged this week except the weather for which there is no demand at present. Rev. Kuhns the lutheran Church will commence a series sermons next Sabbath evening selecting As a subject a a parable the prodigal All Are respectfully invited to attend. An Exchange remarks that a Bee sting is the thirty second an Inch Long. Well we be been there and Are the opinion that a Bee sting is about As Long a Hoe handle. The wife Louis Ruesser who live Foster Street in Mansfield gave birth to three female children saturday week. Two them died and the other is doing Well. It is told to the casual observer a under the hat strictly a that the profits from general Grants memoirs which will go to his heirs will amount to $750,-000. Sex prosecuting attorney Paulding county has sued the commissioners for ten per cent costs received when persons Are convicted felony. Shreve in Wayne county has a Farmers club which holds weekly meetings for the discussion topics pertaining to the welfare the Farmers. The Penny press holds the Republican party responsible for this cold blizzard in As much As it nominated iceberg John Sherman for the u. S. Senate. Judge Thurman a decision for the miners Advance will raise Massillon wages to 75 cents. Much rejoicing and better times predicted. The Cleveland rolling Mill company has raised the wages its employees ten per cent in Advance any organized demand therefor. Judge Wylie the common pleas court Columbus is reported to have been another Drunken tear last wednesday. The temperature in the Vicinity new Philadelphia sunday night touched ten degrees below Zero. The Ohio Valley Gas company at East Liverpool has increased its capital Stock from $100,Guo to $500,000. The lad de Dah cigarette smoking Young Man is referred to by an Exchange As a a third class male John Cher sole missing from Beach City known to have had $200, and foul play suspected. Editor Taylor the Massillon Independent since 1876, died at his Home one Day last week. A Large Quantity ice was Cut and housed by our ice men during this week. Transfers real estate. Maurice Moody to j. W. Yeagley lot no. 9, Dennison $170. Nelson heirs to John Lebold land in Lawrence township $150. W m. H. Reed to a. Dingman lot no. 1, Uhrichsville $100. Simon d. Troy to Barbary Lillick lot no. 99, Slanesville $1,000. Maurice Moody to Charles e. Keepers lots no. 18 and 19, Dennison $500. Charles e. Keepers to Maurice Moody lots no. 18 and 19, Dennison $500. John King to Maurice Moody lots no. 4 and 5, Dennison $1.00. Maurice Moody to Cassie Thompson lot no. 7, Dennison $150. Matilda and j. R. Grafi to Elizabeth Miller lot no. 3, newcomer town $300. Lee Hudson to Albert m. Hudson 126 acres Washington township $5,000. Griffith Garwood to Nealy Morris 1 14-100ths an acre Washington township $31. Samuel Flickinger to Joseph Snel Baker lot no. 33, Sandyville $625. Joseph Harrisberger to Samuel e. I Harrisberger 100 acres York township $4,500. Sheriff Goudy to Nicholas Winkler lot no. 38, canal Dover $600. Catharine Robinson to Lorenzo Bur Dett land in Clay township $125. S. N. Berkshire to Madison Milliken 25 acres Perry township $150. Keturah Berkshire it at. To Madison Milliken 25 acres Perry township $720. Joseph Quigley to John Quigley 160 acres Washington township $1,200. It is about fifty years since a a the Winter the deep in the Winter 1835,november 20th,a Snow storm set in covering the ground to considerable depth. The weather became very cold and continued so until the following Spring. Great quantities Snow fell during the Winter until it was four five feet deep. It was even with the tops the fences and in february a crust formed so it was for a time possible to drive across the country in almost any direction. The ground remained covered until the next april. The fall was a Milder one if any than that ofl885. The heaviest fall Snow occurred in december the night the great tire in Newyl Ork City. When you have occasion to visit Uhrichsville Stop at the u. S. House and place your feet under the mahogany in the dining room. Albert Kail is proprietor this excellent hotel and thoroughly understands How to satisfy the wants the a dinner everything neat and clean about the establishment while the tables Are unsurpassed by any House in this congressional District. George Bliss the accommodating Hack Driver is always hand ready to convey the travelling Public to and from All trains and take Good care their baggage. Stop at the Kail House for first class fare in every particular. Personal to is. They had a big dose genuine printers pie at the Beo Zachter office wednesday. While lifting one form the press the whole treacherous combination cold types timbered a up and went glimmering. Or. Minnig did no to say a single word in fact he did no to even think. He was paralysed while in front him Lay a bounteous feast printers a a pie a for which the knights a stick and rules has no appetite. The ladies the Relief society earnestly request that donations Cash old clothing and provisions be sent to the mayors office Friday afternoon. There Are Many worthy poor in our City that need looking after this severe weather. Coal will also lie gratefully accepted. Unclaimed letters. I. 13. Waight it. W non is Here at the bedside his father in Law lion. A. Ready. Mrs. H. K. Mitchell gave a pleasant Tea party to a Large number friends monday last. Miss Stella Forbes new Philadelphia is visiting mrs. Chas. S. Johnson l . Loin. Shetler Bucks township was among our callers saturday and left the name a subscriber for the times. Mrs. O. P. Taylor and mrs. John s. Graham entertained a number friends at their respective Homes Friday evening last week. William Cook and Nettie Huber Canton Are the guests . Andrew Bippus and family. This is their first visit to our Young Eirv and they Are greatly delighted with the surrounding and our people. Pm Lii. Paragraph we learn Tii i.1 Rev. L. In Estand d. D., a prominent lutheran minister Well known in the Tuscarawas Valley died at his Homo in Lancaster pa., sunday december 20tli, in his 75tli year. As Early As 1831, . Greenland came into the Tuscarawas Valley organized the lutheran Church at new Philadelphia and in the Many years his residence in this Parr Ohio he built no less than ten churches and preached As a missionary in fourteen different places. He married a daughter the late Peter Williams new Philadelphia one the pioneers Tuscarawas county. Miss Maggie Dixon has gone to Newcomerstown where she has been engaged to teach school. She was accompanied by her sister Jennie who will remain there a few Days. I. E. Korns has the thanks be editor for a Fine new Broom among the first from his new factory in this City. Its a Dandy and As a a new Broom always sweeps clean a this one is by no Means an exception to the Rule. Or. Henry Clantz Cadwallader gave the times a Friendly Call Friday last dropped a Dollar in the till and had his name placed our subscription list. Henry is a staunch Democrat and prosperous Farmer old Tuscarawas county. Sex county commissioner John ii. I Benfer gave the times a Friendly Call wednesday. John is As Independent and prosperous As Ever and Lias Many friends at the county seat who Are always pleased to see him. George Anderson this Vicinity brother w. Anderson Dennison has been appointed clerk the Black feet Indian Agency in Montana. This is the position lately held by j. E. Graham the Tuscarawas chronicle. It pays $1,200 a . Master Walter son . And mrs. Richard Reilly the Sherman House fell Down stairs tuesday evening and broke his Collar Bone. Or. Smith was called and reduced the fracture and the Little fellow is now getting along very comfortably. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office Jan. 11th, 1886 Otto Rinehold Bertha a. Porter Cate Truxler Gotfried Krebs we. Ludlam mrs. Lydia Mossholder Peter Conn Fried Schmid Jacob Waltz. E. Fin Bley p. Summing up an editorial the Hocking question the Toledo Post say a in View All these facts sex senator Thurman a Manly stand in favor Justice to the labourer adds another jewel to the Crown Honor which he wears and which will be remembered in history Long after the present generation has been gathered to the fathers. Girls do you want to have some roaring Good fun Here is the Way put a Silver half Dollar a plate and pour molasses Over it an a Inch deep. Invite some your boy Friend in and offer it to the one that gets it off the plate with his Mouth. The new Philadelphia drum corps had one Shock a time getting from Here to Uhrichsville monday. Charley Rittenhouse got lost in a Snow Drift below Trenton but they managed to fish Charley and his Fife out in Good shape. The ringers have made their first Stab at the canals by introducing a Bill for the Sale the Columbus feeder and Hocking canal from Carroll to Nelson Ville for roadbed purposes for the Findlay Columbus amp Southern Road. Mrs. Hannah Miller during her daughters absence at Navarre is supposed to have been stricken with paralysis while sweeping the front Steps. Found Frozen stiff in the hallway when her daughter returned. Erastus Eells undertaker new Lisbon has buried Over four thousand people. Bro. Gould is making the Uhrichsville Democrat a very readable paper. Done to let Dakota into the Union until she swears off blizzards. Music by the City band at the a a Casino this thursday evening Exchange pickings. President Cleveland has appointed More soldiers to office than any Republican president Ever did during the first year his administration. The Soldier element has been handsomely recognized by the present administration. A fashion paper says a the Bustle is coming to the front again More rapidly than this is All wrong. The Bustle ought to be put in the place where it belongs. When it comes to the front it is Apt to create talk. A prosperous Farmer at Marion has eloped with his hired girl. The local paper accounts for it by saying that lie had always a manifested a deep interest in religious revivals but late had become a Speculator in Bohemian one bundle appropriate clothing gracefully Given to the worthy poor is better than a whole procession smiles and Good wishes which Are not More substantially backed up than by empty hand shaking. An Indiana Man made a very poor prayer in Church and his wife was so mortified that she assaulted him with a club and fanned him around the premises and finally stabbed and killed him. An Exchange save that if thirty two million women should clasp hands they could clasp around the Globe. We done to believe thirty two million women could be found who would clasp hands. A Colorado Man never drank used tobacco indulged in profane language. He was recently bang a for Murd it Ling a whole family. Al he excess his morals May be accounted for it. George w. Childs Philadelphia gave to each la Gay in .e the largest sunday schools in that City a present an order for $10 Worth clothing As a Christmas present. Edward Fredericks dashed to pieces at Canton by being caught in the shafting. His brains were scattered All about the room. Unmarried and 20 years age. _ broken switch the Panhandle at goes station wrecked a wrecking train injuring John Mohan dangerously and several others seriously. Chicago a new electric Blaze the Tower the Board Trade building can lie seen it is stated from Michigan City sixty Miles Distant across the Lake. A Pennsylvania Clergyman has been discharged after a pastorate Twenty two years for preaching one Tal Mages sermons As his own. Circular no. 2 has been issued boycotting the Steubenville Gazette. As yet but three advertisers have dropped out since the Boycott was established. Poverty May be no disgrace but most men Are willing to take their chances with the Camel in getting through the Eye that Needle. The two most fashionable roller skating rinks at Cleveland went into insolvency a few Days ago one them being a $17,000 Structure. J jumbo p. T. Barnum has been negotiating with the directors the London zoological Garden for the Purchase Alice the late jumbos associate his wife As the English people seemed to consider her and has finally concluded the Sale. Alice was the constant companion j jumbo for years and exhibited much distress when her mate was taken away. She is nearly As Tali As jumbo and will no doubt excite much curiosity. Iler arrival is expected about March 1 next. I. Ii. Myers Wooster insurance agent claimed e. E. Brown Cleveland insurance agent said he Myers was a thief and ought to be in the Penitentiary. Myers sued for $5,000 damage and received a verdict for $150. The Case was taken to District court and Myers sustained. Brown then took Case to supreme court and it was sent Back error. Another trial gave Myers a verdict $226. Brown gave notice a motion for new trial. If you Are going to travel done to forget to Call at the times office and get one the traveler a Hartford. Accident insurance tickets. Twenty five cents insures you for three thousand dollars and pays fifteen dollars per week indemnity if you Are injured and pays full face the ticket to your heirs if death results from Accident. The travellers Hartford is the Only reliable Accident company. A religious ski Flint was praying very earnestly in a Church gathering the other evening. In the Fervour his Appeal he expressed a desire to be caught up in heaven even As Elijah was. It gone the listeners a Bluff looking old codger after nudging his wife at this juncture and in a tone unqualified disgust whispered a hang me if the old rip ainu to trying to save the funeral expenses a according to the Geneva times a so called spiritualist medium visited the Home mrs. Perry Harrington to inform her that a communication had been received from the spirit the defunct Perry asserting that it was not Lewis Webster who murdered him. Mrs. H. Was absent and the mediums visit was in vain. Rev Stephen Marritt the undertaker who had charge the funeral the late general Grant will monday next be paid $12,063 by the United states government the total amount due Viz $14,163. He will be paid the balance As soon As the necessary appropriation can be made. Dairymen at Chagrin Falls thursday consulted in regard to recommending a Man for state Dairy commissioner should the legislature agree to create such an office. Secretary Coit Portage co., thought the same Laws should apply to counterfeiting butter As counterfeiting Money. David Rapp caged his insane wife in his Home at Springfield and held illicit relations with his housekeeper a child being Horn to the guilty pair. Shamelessly admitted All in court and the judge will remove the abused wife to the county infirmary. Uncle same a building operations arc nearly As Large As those at Chicago. He is now practically at work 80 new structures scattered All Over the Conn try and designed to Cost from $55,000 to $1,5000,000. Lot is Schaefer Canton addresses Congress asking a pension for Septima it. Meiklham the Only living grandchild Thomas Jefferson. Mrs. Meikle Ham resides at Georgetown . Or. Gould controls Railroad and other securities the value which is put at $339,000,000. It would be better for the country were this control divided among 439 men. A widower and widow recently married in Niles mich., Start out with Twenty five reports times office Jan. 14, flour Best family he bbl. A a a a Fishack. A a a a new proc. Wheat he Bushel. Corny new he Bushel. Oats new h4 Bushel. Rye a Bushel. Butter he Pound. Eos a he dozen. Buckwheat flour he Pound. Hams he Pound. Shoulders he Pound. Sides he Pound. Lard he Pound. Tallow he Pound. Beef he Pound. Salt Goshen he barrel $. White Lime he barrel. Akron cements he barrel. Calcined plaster he barrel. Land plaster ton. A a a a a he barrel. Potatoes he Bushel. Dried apples he Bushel. A a a a a he Pound. Rags Quot a Pound. Onions he Bushel. Hay he ton. Clover seed he Bushel. Timothy seed he Bushel. Wool. Fertilizers he ban. 1886. V 4 65 i 45 1 70 i 00 40 25 66 12015 a5 04 07 05 06 06 05 07015 i 25 1 20 1 35 2 25 9 00 1 50 40 a a 50 05 go 90 10 5 50 1 60 27030 35 00 music at the a a Casino this thursday Eveliner. By the cite band. A r. A. L. Lluis a physician and surgeon new Philadelphia Ohio. Office Over Mathias pc Mcparlane a store. Office hours 9 a. U. Till 10 a. U. 2 r. S. Till 3 p. N. 6 till 8 p. At v. Ream jr., attorney at Lew notary Public and conveyancer. Office a Corner Public Square in Judy building new Philadelphia Ohio., if

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