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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - January 20, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia Mes. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday january 20. S87 number 4. Official directory. District. Wilkins state . W. Crites a. 0. Hance j. S. Pearce common pleas judges. County. Laprese native. Probate judge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins a. Figert g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. J. G. Neumann s. Rufer it w. E. Lash r. Benner H. Hoover j. Wherley it j. Porter l. Krantz Sec City. Daniel Korns. James h. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. B. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. S. Glatfelter. Mayor a Erk marshal Street commissioner Council game Warden. Justices. Names. Daniel Krebs. James w Stoutt George Bear. Isaac couts. Henry Deible. T Richardson. G Galbraith. T k Robinson. Philip a Garver John Smith. Jas Galbraeth. John Milone. Daniel Richards t b Rankin. Is Winsch. And Timmerman. S y Renneker. Is Mckinney. W in e Beck. Samuel c Kline. J ii Gardner. Robot Coruthers John Wetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. T h Mozena. Joseph Lealea _ Chas f Davis. C c Fernsel. Levi Travis. J w Newburg. Jos ii Hostetler Nich Montag. Wesley m Tracy John b Jones. Hiram Echman. David a Reyneir Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett. John s Spring. Charles it Ellers John w Roll. Hugh t Minnis. C w Kinsley. P 11 Kuhn. s Wagner. J l Baldwin. Townships. Clay. Wayne. Perry. Washington Bucks. Sugar Creek. Warwick. Warren. Franklin. Goshen. Rush. Mill. Goshen. Rush. Clay. Perry. Fairfield. Sandy. Goshen. Lawrence. Warren. Washington Wayne. York. Bucks. Salem. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Franklin. Auburn. Dover. Dover. Dover. Andy. Auburn. Warwick. Lawrence. Sugar Creek. Salem. Jefferson. Fairfield. Jefferson. Goshen. Oxford. York. Union. Union. Post Ofick. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Cadwallader. Paoli. Baltic. Shanesville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. New Philada a. Gnadenhutten. Gnadenhutten. Cadwallader. New Philada a. Mineral City. I new Philada a. Bolivar. New Cumberland i Albany. Dundee. New Philada a. Baltic. Port Washington Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomerstown Strasburg. Ragersville. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City. Ragersville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Shanesville. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Istone Creek. New Philada a. Newcomerstown Black baud. Uhrichsville. Leesville. Professional directory. J. A. Richards physician and surgeon. Filce and residence no. 46, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 48yl prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. V. Ream je., attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Office a Corner Public Square in Judy building new Philadelphia Ohio. By Ltd. Hissong a shaving shampooing and hair dressing parlor in basement under Miller s drug store on North Broad Way. 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 on 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 North Broadway. 47yl 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. Mitchells dental rooms. Grant Mitchell d. D. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. City Block a a new Philadelphia. 0. Over Raiffe a hardware store Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. Gas and Ether administered. It diseases of the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 53 Church directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 of clock p. No. Sunday school at 9 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lords Day morning at 10 00 a. In. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day of each month. Sunday school at 9 of clock a. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday january 20, 1887. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,000. A Arthe new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 49rremittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. A address 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 he has ordered it or not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without forming the publishers and the paper is sent to the former direction they Are held responsible Quot 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. A the z. N. Test c. Railroad. Or. Beers vice president of the z. N. It amp c. Railroad and f. Miskimen solicitor. Of Newcomerstown was in new Philadelphia and Vicinity on monday and tuesday of this week working up the right of Way. They report the Outlook very favourable. They have been on Oldtown Valley and have taken up the right of Way through the farms of Lambert and Daniel Fribley and heirs and also through the farm of Benedict Hurney. There Are quite a number of Farmers on uie Valley ready to Grant the right of Way As soon As the papers Are ready. Messes. Beers and Miskimen Are Well pleased with the sensible View taken by those whose farms will be seriously damaged by the building of the Road and say that the damages asked with but few exceptions Are reasonable and just. They report that the Oldtown folks Are anxious to Start the subscription list to raise the necessary funds to pay the damages and think the new Philadelphia folks ought to Wake up and come out and help them. There ought to be meetings appointed on Oldtown Valley and in new Philadelphia immediately and get this matter before the people. These men who have already signed the right of Way Are entitled to great credit for giving the Road a Start. They realize the Benefit it will be to their Community. Who will take this matter in hand Here and Call a meeting appoint committees to solicit Here and appoint speakers to go to the school houses along the line and work up an interest. If a number of our business men will come to us and say a a appoint a meeting a we will gladly announce it through the times and will give space every week for the Benefit of the Road. We have got to raise some Money Here to Aid in paying the damages to property. Or. Miskimen started on the line Between Here and Mineral Point on wednesday to work up an interest and solicit the right of Way. This is the most reasonable offer that any Community has Ever had. The right of Way is All that is asked. This Road is backed by the b. Amp Road and is to be thoroughly equipped if built and made a first class Road at an expense not less than two million dollars. The increased taxable property within the corporate limits of new Philadelphia will greatly decrease the rate of taxation. There will be at least a mile of Road within the corporation and about forty Miles within the county. This will swell the tax duplicate considerable. It will give our Iron nulls a better outlet and will be an inducement for other Mills to locate Here. What have the business men to saw methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. In. And 7 of clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 of clock. German every sunday at 1030. A. And 2 15 p. In., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday of morning service of each month concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 of clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 of clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. In. Lodge directory. chapter no. 38, r. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. O. P. Taylor h. P. Daniel Getzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. It amp a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mcilvaine . G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights of Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. 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. O. O. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stempfly n. G. P. Skol rec. Sec a. 1. O. O. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday of each month at Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. J. J. Parr c. P. I. A. Correll scribe. I. 0. 0. . P. U. C., no. 8, meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. R. J. W. Dodd Comdr. S. Hirst Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. 6. Meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. W. Bowers commander. Royal Council meets every first and third Friday of each month in knights of pythias Hall. W ii. Miller Regent. J. S. Bigler Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday of each month at g. R. Hall. E. Kaserman pres we. Browses. Cor. Sec a. We have had some complaint about our paper not arriving at port Washington Ragersville Baltic and Dundee until saturday. We desire to say that the fault does not Lay with us As we always mail All packages on thursday evening of each week. We Date the times on thursday and print it on thursday while some of the other county papers Are dated on thursday and printed the Day before wednesday thus giving those papers a Chance to arrive earlier. But every Post office should receive our paper on Friday. The fault is not with the postmaster Here either. The trouble is with the postal clerks on the Road carrying the mail past the proper station. The package for port Washington should arrive at Edgefield on the 11 30 train Friday on the a. L. A w. Road and on the noon train on the Panhandle be carried to port Washington. The packages for Baltic Ragersville and Dundee or. Fribley informs us Are sent Over the same route at the same time to Coshocton and there Are transferred to the Conotton Valley Road and should arrive at each of these pos offices Friday evening. This route makes the quickest time to these offices and will always arrive on Friday if they Are not carried past. If our patrons generally desire it we will change our publication Day to wednesday. By being one Day later we can frequently give later news of importance and that is Why we chose thursday As our publication Day but if that Day is unsatisfactory we will make a change. The Dayton Democrat hoists the name of Allen g. Thurman to the head of its columns As its candidate for governor. The name of Thurman would rally the democracy of Ohio As they have never been rallied before if the next democratic convention should see fit to nominate him for governor and he would accept the nomination. The Only question would be about the size of his majority. The United states ministers to Germany France England and Russia receive $17,500 each those to China Brazil Mexico Japan and Spain receive $12,000. The general of the army receives $13,500 and the Admiral $13,000. The House passed two pension Bills on the 17th, one of which pensions the soldiers of the mexican War. Its provisions Are As follows it provides a pensioiujl$8 per month shall be paid to All surviving officers and enlisted men including marines Malitia and volunteers of the military and naval services of the United states who being duly enlisted actually served sixty Days with the army or Navy of the United states in Mexico or on the coasts or Frontier thereof or in route thereto in the War with that nation or were actually engaged m a Battle in said War and were honorable discharged and to such other officers and soldiers and sailors As May have been personally named in any Resolution of Congress for any specific service in said War and the surviving widow of such officers and enlisted men provided that such widows have not remarried provided that every such officer enlisted Man or widow who is or May become sixty two years of age or who is or May become subject to any disability or dependency equivalent to some cause prescribed or recognized by the pension Laws of tiie Uniti d states As a sufficient reason for the allowance of a pension shall be entitled to tiie benefits of this act but it shall not be held to include any person not within tie Rule of age or disability or dependency herein defined or who incurred such disability while in any manner voluntarily engaged in or aiding or abetting the late rebellion against the authority of the United states. Section 4710, revised statutes is repealed so far As it relates to this act or pensioners under this act. Sex confederates will draw the same excepting Jeff Davis and some others yet politically disabled. It takes about four millions per annul and will decrease yearly As the old veterans drop off. The Randall conference. Terms of the Hill which proposes a i t of $58,000,000. Washington i. Jan. Is. The Randall conference at a private parlor of the Riggs House to night actually assumed respectable proportions. There were about thirty present nearly one Liaf being Southern internal Revenue reducers who voted for Morrison. Foran Seney and Warner attended from Ohio. The formulated Bill presented proposes a Cut of $5s,000,000, of which $000,000 is from the Tariff placing jute goats hair Potash and Salt on tie free list. It was decided to permit the Southern caucus of fruit Brandy and tobacco men to add three to the committee now drafting the Bill and then adjournment was had till Friday night. Or. Randall told or. Isaac Jordan of Cincinnati who is Here that he believes he can pass a Bill yet this session. Very few others believe Plain dealer. This looks like a dangerous move to put Salt on the free list. There is not much in it now and if put on the free list Competition from other countries would endanger the Salt business in Ohio. There is 22 cents per barrel Protection now on Salt and Salt is Only Worth 05 cents per barrel at wholesale at Point of manufacture barrel included. Now if that Protection is taken off and the Price sunk correspondingly by Competition it would Only leave 43 cents per barrel for it barrel included. That would destroy All profits and would be certain death to the Salt Industry in the Tuscarawas and Ohio valleys an Industry that brings Many thousand dollars to Ohio. The Tuscarawas Valley Salt co., manufactures about 75,000 barrels of Salt annually employs quite a number of men and brings a Large income to this Vicinity and would be a serious loss. This measure should be discouraged. Ohio representatives in Congress will surely not Aid in giving this Industry the death blow. It needs some Protection. The doctrine of the democratic party is to so distribute the Revenue As to afford Protection to that Industry which needs it. Ohio representatives must keep their eyes open. William Vaughn the celebrated horse thief of Cleveland has been caught at last and is now in jail at Carrollton. He says he will plead guilty. On the 11th Day of december 1885, John May Baugh of near Dundee had a Fine Mare stolen and found no Trace of the animal. July 20th, 1880, John Benfer of Dundee had a Fine horse stolen and about the first of november Valentine Voder of East Shanesville Hail a Good horse stolen. But on this occasion a party was noticed by r. Price Henry Gould and mrs. Benfer who described the party and horse and gave the first clue to the thief. Or. Benfer then took up the clue and got the next Pointer of the conductor on the Conotton Valley Rev where a party tallying with the description Given was seen. He next got track of him at Newburg and was traced to Cleveland and located him at 589 Broadway. Vaughn had disposed of the horse and went to Carroll county and stole another horse. He was traced to Carrollton and the marshal was informed and by the description Given Vaughn was arrested and lodged in jail. The thief after he was arrested told or. Benfer where jigs horse was and he went and got him. May Baugh and Voder also recovered their animals. Or. Benfer spent Over $200 in searching for his horse and in tracing the thief before he was caught. He had stolen in All 15 horses and disposed of them in Cleveland. Or. Benfer is surely entitled to the Reward offered on the Yoder horse. The Superior court of Cincinnati january 17th, decided the Dow liquor tax Law constitutional and that it applied to wholesale dealers. About sixty dealers in Cincinnati Are interested in the question and will carry it to the supreme court. This is All Folly for it will be decided the same there. This will put an end to the Jug Trade in towns where the local option feature is enforced. Many wholesale houses were engaged in an extensive Trade in such towns by having agents sell by the gallon and upward. The Dow Law is in substance in Many respects the same As the Scott Law and which Law has been decided both ways. If the knights of labor were to come in Power As a party wonder what they would do with it. A Railroad scheme Lias been suggested that May have some interest to the people of this Region. It is proposed to connect the proposed a a Cannon Ball line a with the Wheeling amp Lake Erie Road. The latter Road is already built to Flowers ton in this county and by a Southern Extension of Only about five Miles could be made to connect with the it. Vernon Coshocton amp Wheeling Road at or near the town of Franklin this county and both roads could use the same track from that Point to Wheeling. The matter has been talked of by those in authority but we done to know what the prospects of the combination Republican. Last thursday Harvey the nine year old son of James w. Mccollam of Waynesburg Ohio was killed while coasting. He turned to one Side to avoid a team As he was going Down the Hill and ran into a wire Fence receiving injuries that caused his death in a Short time. James w. Mccollam was formerly a resident of Uhrichsville and Many people Here Are acquainted with the family he being a brother of William Mccollam of this place. The latter gentleman with his wife and Joung daughter attended the funeral which took place . We Are pleased to notice that the Gilsey House formerly kept by or. Wallick has been newly and neatly furnished throughout with first class furniture Beds and bedding and is fully equal to any hotel in our City and is now open to the Public and is first class in All its appointments. The table we Are informed will be second to none. The rates however will be cheaper than any other House in town. The Host and hostess or. Alfred Bailey and his Good lady Are equal to the task and will maintain for the Gilsey a reputation fully equal to the past. The Young ladies of the a Broom brigade a belonging to Andrew Crawford Post no. A Are still working for the fair and Oyster supper to be held ii he g. A. R. Hall Friday and saturday evenings of this week. There Are several handsome articles to be drawn by Chance a Large and valuable doll a handsome g. A. R. Pin Cushion a Beautiful s. Of v. Banner Etc. These articles will be on exhibition in the show window of d. Gentsch a drugstore. Old soldiers done to forget the free bean supper on saturday evening. A band of sixteen tramps is causing the people in the Southern part of Mahoning county no Little annoyance. One of their number is the bread Winner for the whole gang. 11 is arms Are rubbed with Croton Oil and some other preparation and the appearance they present is frightful. He is perched upon a pair of crutches and is then ready to begin begging. Or. Grant Mitchell formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College and who has lately located in new Philadelphia is gaining quite a reputation in his profession and is being rewarded for his proficiency by a rapidly growing patronage. Grant understands every phase of dental surgery and was employed in the College in which he graduated As instructor which to our mind is Strong evidence of his ability. At the regular annual meeting of the new Philadelphia City Rand the following officers were elected for the ensuing year president Janies Knisley. Vice president a. E. Snyder. Directory a. Snyder. Treasurer a. Giant. Secretary of. L. Niederheiser. Trustees William Lytle a. Grant c. E. Snyder. Sunset Cox sex minister to Turkey and at the present time a member of Congress from new York has been a very sick Man and Bis chances for recovery have been regarded exceedingly doubtful was pronounced by his physicians on the 17th As having symptoms favourable to his recovery. Pleurisy and Catarrh of the stomach is said to he his ailment. Or. W. L. Wallick proprietor of the Sherman House Willivea grand formal opening of the on Friday evening of this week. Many invitations Are out and a very enjoyable time is expected. Splendid music will lie furnished by the new Philadelphia band and orchestra and a grand Ball will be Given in the rink adjoining the Sherman House. The grand jury at their last session in Harrison county indicted six persons for keeping ferrets for the purpose of catching rabbits and the penalty for such a violation is $25. We understand there Are several ferries kept in new Philadelphia for that purpose. If this is True boys look out for our game Warden will be after you. John Saunders and Edward Saunders sr., were bound Over to common pleas court a few Days ago for participating in the assault upon the marshal in Gnadenhutten. Ben Saunders who is claimed to have done the shooting at the officer and into his House is still enjoying his Freedom not having been apprehended. Joseph Mcelroy furniture dealer of this City slipped and fell on the icy pavement monday evening receiving injuries which have confined him to the House for a few Days past. It is hoped he will soon be Able to attend to business again. On january 17th, four tramps stealing a ride on a freight train loaded with Cotton were burned to death at Paducah Kentucky. They had entered the car and was locked in not knowing they were there. There will be a grand firemen a Ball Given by the Star Hook and ladder company at Eagle Hall Friday evening january 28th. Every body invited. There will be Good music and a grand Good time. The republicans of the Illinois legislature nominated c. B. Farwell of Chicago for United states senator to fill the vacancy caused by the death of general Logan. Personal mention. Albert Forney is spending a few Days this week in Cleveland War tokens. Or. J. W. Stoutt of Dundee gave our office a Call on monday. Or. J. B. Taylor merchant of Westchester was in town on business monday. _ mrs. Or. Kurtz of this City has been seriously ill for several Days but is slowly recovering. Mrs. R. Gilgen and son Walter have returned from their tit and report a pleasant time. Or. George Krammes of Trenton was among the callers at the times office on monday. Miss Laura Kennedy started on monday to visit her Uncle James m. Kennedy at Quincy Illinois. Miss Minnie Craig who has been visiting relatives in Bridgeport Ohio for some time past returned Home saturday last. iss a lace ploughman of West High Street left on wednesday of this week for a weeks visit to her sister Ida at Akron Ohio. Or. Nathan Stine of West High Street has been on the sick list for the past two or three weeks Blit we Are glad to say is recovering. Or. Moses Shaw of Stone Creek Valley was among our callers on Friday last. Or. Shaw is a prominent citizen and a Reader of the times. J. 1. Elliott or and j. L. Mcllvain were appointed by probate j Edge Yeagley last week to examine the financial status of our county Treasury. Mrs. Or. J. B. Bertolett of Leetonia Ohio visited at the residence of her brother in Law or. Holland Kurtz of this place the past week. Or. And mrs. George Taylor gave a fashionable Eucher party on saturday evening last to their Many Young gentleman and lady friends. The misses Lida and Eva Miskimen started me Day for a two weeks visit with relatives and friends at Linton Mills and Newcomerstown. Their aunt mrs. Valentine wills accompanied them. Or. George Snyder one of new Philadelphia a boys but who has been in Kansas and other parts of the West for the past two years returned saturday last on a visit to his relatives in this place. Mrs John Lenhart and son Charles who have been visiting relatives and friends in new Philadelphia for the past three or four weeks started last thursday for their Home in Mattoon Illinois. Messes. John l. Kennedy John w. Burry e. I. Kaldenbaugh j. T. Kal Denbaugh and George Taylor of new Philadelphia and James Beiter of canal Dover left on monday last for Wichita Kansas and other Points in the West. The boys went to see the country and make some investments. We wish them a Safe journey and profitable investments. Juries for february term of court. The following Are the jurors drawn for the february term of court grand jury. William Latto Rush twp. Isaiah Kline Lawrence a a John a. Milar Goshen a a Cyrus alters Goshen a a j. T. Pocock Oxford a a Joseph Krantz Dover a a Frederick Rousch Salem a a Louis Geib jr., Dover a a j. Dona hey Perry a a Jacob Webber Dover a a Samuel Ginther Clay a a Edward Intermill Dover a a John Wallace. Goshen a a Amos Woodling Franklin a a Frederick Walter Sugarcreek a a Petit jury. Bernard Woodling Franklin a a Christian Herzig Dover a a John f. Baker Jefferson a a John Price Salem a a John m. Rutlege Goshen a a Solom Nek House York a a i Lelenek Bernhard Dover a a George Barrick Goshen a a Frank Lindsay Perry a a Perry Stocksdale Dover a a William Ott Bucks a a t. A. Packer Mill Joseph Mitchell Mill a a James Mills Warren a a John a. Rice Jefferson a a John Varner Mill a a Simon Beiter Lawrence a a Eli Westhaver Mill a a Henry Gauger Fairfield a a Simon p. Muma Dover a a agricultural election. There will be an election of nine directors of the Tuscarawas county agricultural society to serve for the term of two years. Election to be held january 29th, 1887, Between the hours of 2 p. And 4 p. In. De. S. Slingluff president. S. Mclean Secretary. Unclaimed letters. The following list of unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Postoff Iee january 17th, 1887 m iss Barbara Weissenfluh mrs Mary trucks mrs c c Pierce k Marks John Forney mrs Lida Miller mrs Annie Bousher we Sharer Castle Bros. E. Fribley p. Or. With the new year the new Philadelphia times commenced the second year of its existence. Within a period of twelve months the enterprising publisher of the times has secured a list of Over twelve Hundred names and the paper is one among the Best for local and general news. We Hope Bro. Moore will meet with greater Success during the present democratic Standard. The London Standard says Russia is about to deprive foreign shipping of the Freedom of Vladivostok and other ports in the North Pacific. Has a suspicious look. London january 17. Several germans in England have received telegrams from the German consulate in London requesting them to be prepared to return to Germany at Twenty four hours notice and report for duty at their respective military Reserve Headquarters. Precautions against military spies. Paris january 17. General Boulanger minister of War has ordered that All civil and military employees and officials of the War office shall have their photographs taken and affixed to pocketbooks in which shall be inscribed the name and qualifications of the owners. These will be distributed wherever the order is Given to mobilize troops and the officials vill be required to produce them whenever they present themselves at the War office so As to prevent the ingress of strangers. France also has a grievance. Paris january 17. In the Senate to Day Admiral Yeron complained of attacks made upon the rights of French fishermen in Newfoundland Waters and he instanced the ease of a St. Malo vessel which had j been forbidden to fish. Flourens j minister of foreign affairs replied that j the Case of the St. Malo vessel was now the subject of inquiry that the government intended to enforce respect for the existing treaties and had sent the necessary orders to the commander of the French naval station. Austria a War preparations. Vienna january 17. The government continues to Hast n its preparations for War. Orders have been issued instructing the red Cross society to raise the tariffs of the hospitals under its management to tie in full strength and to quadruple tiie number of Beds in those institutions. Large contracts have been made for provisions deliverable to the War department in March. The railway officials who recently summoned to Vienna to consult with the government respecting the transportation of troops in the event of a mobilization of the army have ii amp it reported that the preparations Theill tided upon have been completed. Armoured vessels. Is it the Randall Warner Bill ? Washington i. January 17. A conference of Protection democrats will be held to Morrow night at which it is expected representatives will be present from the tobacco and fruit Brandy interests. A Bill is said to be nearly completed which will considerably reduce the surplus revenues and which will be placed before those present to Morrow night. It repeals All tobacco taxes materially modifies if it does not repeal altogether the tax on fruit brandies repeals the tax on alcohol used m the arts adds certain articles to the free list and reduces the duty on others. The most notable Case in which it is proposed to reduce the Cus Toms duty is in steel rails where the duty is to be lowered from 818 to $12 or $13. One of the most prominent Protection democrats said to night that the duty on steel rails is prohibitory and that steel manufactures Combine and keep the Price of steel rails several dollars above what it should dealer. A a an extra session. Frank Siuri says it will be held to change tiie Tariff. Washington i it. �?T., january 17 there is still a Good Deal of talk among the Revenue reformers about an extra session of Congress for it is now quite evident that there will be no tinkering with the Tariff this session. Frank Hurd was asked his opinion and said that it looked very much As if the re would be an extra session. A the administration will hardly dare to let the Treasury surplus go on rolling up till next year will it a was asked. A a i should think not he replied. A a i want an extra session myself. That will bring on the Tariff fight and the sooner the better. Public interest in that subject is growing stronger. A few years ago when 1 talked Tariff Reform no one would listen. No tone Man in a Hundred then cared a rap about Tariff. Now i get letters every Day asking me to deliver lectures on the subject. Tariff Reform has got to come and the sooner the question is met the better. Let us have an extra sandyv1lle. Roads icy. Ii. A a. Laffer is again Able to attend business duties. As or. Laffer has Many friends both in private and business circles All Are Happy to hear of his Complete recovery. The Straw Board Coal mines under the management of t. F. Smith and j. Ford is running about full time for the miners. We learn that Wilson Edwards is moving to Summerville to Day to engage in the mining Industry at that place. Or. Geo. Nixon contemplates a trip to Virginia in the near future in the interest of the Well himself. Gust. Stoner has again opened his Smithing stand and As he is a Good Workman and remarkably cheap will find himself with plenty of work. P. Meagher is again Able to work after an eight months Case of a fractured leg the Mill of this place after laying Idle for some time has had quite a Trade in the custom line of late. Since writing the above we learn that or. Edwards is moving to Pike run. Lengthy. Some people want to know Why spikes were placed in the goddess of Liberty a head ? to keep her hair up of course. Types of men of War prominent in european navies. Systems that Llave entirely passed Avray from european practice general principles now observed in the construction of powerful vessels. Sir Edward Reed in Harper s Magazine it May be said with Little or no qualification that All other european naval Powers followed in the first place the example set by the late emperor Napoleon iii., in a a la Gloire a by covering the whole of the exposed part of the War ships Hull with Armor plating. All the Early Iron Clada of Russia Italy Austria and Germany were protected from Stem to Stern and from a few feet below water to the upper deck. England did tiie same in the eases of a few ships although she began with the a a Warrior a Type in which the Armor was limited to the Central part of the ship. But the system of completely covering the exposed ship with Armor has now entirely and properly passed away from european practice and Lias been succeeded by varied arrangements of Armor. The importance of giving effectual Protection to the Hull a Between wind and As it is called signifying from a few feet below the water line to a few feet above that line has been steadily recognized by Continental governments with the rarest exceptions. Nothing corresponding to that wholesale abandonment of Armor Foi about a Hundred feet at each end of the ship which has been Practised in the British ships of the a a inflexible and a a admirals types is displayed in the line of Battle ships of the continent in France indeed two such ships were Laid Down under some temporary influence viz., the a Obren Uusi and the a Charles Martel a but they appear to have soon fallen under suspicion and there has not been to my knowledge any great disposition to Complete them for service. I know not what significance is to lie attached to the fact but i observe that these two ships have been omitted altogether from the Iron Clad slips of France published so recently As May 18v�. In the Cir Crysal hey inter of shipping which Lloyd a Register committee a believe will be found the most Complete list that Lias yet been it. Seems not improbable therefore that the dangerous system of exposing two thirds of tin ship s length to destruction from All kinds and every kind of naval guns even the smallest which prevailed in the British Navy for More than twelve years and which has now happily been superseded in the powerful new ships a a Nile and a a Trafalgar obtained but Little More than approval in France and is Likely to have led to the condemnation of the Only two ships in which it was attempted a result which is creditable alike to French science and to French sagacity. In Italy tie a a inflexible system which Lias met in France with the Fate we have just seen obtained temporary favor and was adopted in the a a Duilio and a Dandolo Quot two Large ships of 11, tons each of a Speed exceeding Liften knots and each carrying four 100-ton guns in turrets. Although these ships Are 340 feet in length even the armoured Belt amidships if a Belt Quot a in any sense so Short a strip of Armor May be called is but 107 feet Long leaving therefore �?o33 loot of the ship at the ends wholly devoid of water line Pic Otec Tion. As the author of the a Citadel system a i cannot regard such an arrangement As this As a fair and reasonable embodiment of it t he discrepancy Between the armoured and Una Mored portions being greater a these two ships than even in the Ajax and agamemnon which Are perhaps the worst examples of the abuse of the Citadel system in the British Navy. It is to the credit of the italian government that ships of this Type were not repeated in their Navy and it is but right to Point out that there were excuses which probably ranked in the minds of the designers As reason for a More extreme proportionate limitation of the citadels being adopted in the a a Jiu Ilion and a a Dandolo Quot than in the a Raj axe and among these were the Possession by the italian ships of heavier armaments and of far greater steam Power and Speed than the British ships possessed a matter which has Given Rise to new developments in the British Navy and probably also the adaption of somewhat finer water lines As a Means of attaining the Superior Speed. But even tiie Observance of the above general principle is not alone All that is desirable in armoured line of Battle ships. It is not Well to leave even so much of the ends of such ships wholly exposed us May Lead to the speedy loss in action of her steaming or steering Powers. The Armor Belt should be of sufficient length to fairly guarantee the ship against prompt disablement in action and to do this it must be carried very much nearer to the Bow and Stern than it has been in the cases of the italian ships Quot Duilio and a a Dandolos now under notice. On the other hand where ships Are formed with Fine water lines and the two opposite sides Are consequently very near to each other for Many feet it is quite unnecessary to cover them with Armor. The buoyancy comprised Between the two sides at such parts is very Small and consequently penetration can let but Little water into the ship and do but Little harm. It is a Mattei for the exercise of professional judgment where to draw the line Between the armoured and the Una Mored parts. In the new British ships a a Nile and a Trafalgar a which have excited great admiration in England there Are about sixty feet of length at each end left without Armor and As the ships have Tine lines but Are nevertheless of considerable breadth at sixty feet from the ends it seems probable that Good judgment has been shown by their designers in this matter. This question is Cue of primary consideration in the design of important armoured ships because the abandonment of a Long Belt of Armor is one of the few features of construction respecting which the designers of hit continent have steadfastly refrained from following the example set by the admiralty office at Whitehall from the years 170 to 1885. It will Complete the consideration of this Branch of the subject to say that there Are numerous ships of the Iron Clad Type in foreign navies in which the Armor justifiably As has just been shown stops Home Bolivar. As our time has been occupied with other duties we have let our Quill Jay Idle for some time but have i Cetl it up to Day to let the readers of the times know that we Are still Here. We have a full fledged newspaper of our own now. It sails under the title of Ems journal and is edited by or. Geo. Mcmurrey of this place. It starts out with a list of 500 subscribers. We wish it Success. Or. And mrs. Levi Zollars of Shanesville spent sunday m town the guests of James Shreffler. Mrs. Van Lew of Warsaw is visiting her daughter Hattie. The Zoar Cornet band were in town saturday evening and discoursed some excellent music. Come again boys. Or. Richardson and wife of the a a Hub spent sunday with their son f. L. Richardson. W. 1. Potschner Boot amp shoe dealer of this place will remove his Stock to canal Dover about april 1st. We Are informed that there will be another hardware store opened in our town in the near future. Parties from Dalton Are interest in the new Enterprise. An infant daughter of l. A. Helwig died on sunday morning and will be buried to Day at 2 p. We noticed judge Brown of new Philadelphia on our streets last week. Kline Salesman for Legrone amp �?�co., Hoot and shoe manufacturer of Linn mass., Sun Dayed in Baltic. Bud. A new York Man has shot himself because he was too proud to work. This appears to he an easy Way to get rid of tramps. The family Council. Mattie gives some Good rules j of con v e1isation. 1 have Only come in for a few moments to Day. 1 want to give you some rules on conversation. 1 know you As Well As myself always Admire a lady who can Converse Well. Of course one ought to be Well read to talk Well still one can have the reputation of being invite a conversationalist without much learning if these rules Are borne in mind do not Manifest impatience. Do not engage in argument. Do not interrupt another when speak ing. Do not find fault though you May gently criticise. Do not talk of your private personal and family matters. Do nor appear to notice inaccuracies of speech in others. Do not allow yourself to lose temper or speak excitedly. Do not allude to unfortunate peculiarities of any one present. Do not always commence a conversation by allusion to the weather. Do not when narrating an incident continually say a you see a a a you know a Etc. Do not intrude professional or other topics that the company generally cannot take any interest in. Do not talk very loud. A firm Clear distinct yet mild gentle and musical voice has great Power. Do not be absent minded requiring the speaker to repeat what has been said that you May understand. Do not speak disrespectfully of personal appearance when any one present May have the same defects. Do not try to Force yourself into the Confidence of others. If they give their Confidence never betray it. I to not use profanity vulgar terms Slang phrases words of double meaning or language that will bring a Blush to any one. Do not intersperse your conversation with foreign words and High sounding terms. It shows affectation and will draw ridicule upon you. Do not carry on a conversation with another in company about matters which the general company know nothing of. It is almost As impolite As to w h h a Hennye. Transform of real estate. What indeed in \ armoured p Mored. An men Vess dirt mod s the Al t lit ends but Verv Navy and a in belonging to named the a Almirante few length of the uns exceeds that of the Arig the last named May Beery questionable class of men Quot Type in tit Gormus in i smaller sea going vessel the Argentine Republic rown a which i3 a Well designed vessel in other respects but which on account of her defenceless Bow and than Light would do icy. A to avoid tin common sumac and Elderberry Are highly ornamental shrubs and Are worthy a plate i every Large Yard or Lawn. Still very few Plant them. Retaliating measures. Washington i. 17. Or. Belmont of new York introduced in the House to Day a Bill to protect american vessels against unwarrantable and unlawful discrimination in the ports of British North America. The Hill authorizes the president to prohibit vessels bearing the British Flag and coming from such ports from entering the ports of the United states or from exercising such privileges therein As he May define. It also authorizes the president to forbid the Entrance by land from the provinces of British North America of All merchandise also of All ears locomotives or other rolling Stock of any railway company chartered under the Laws of said provinces. For standing top Phaeton nearly new and of first class work and material Cost $150.w ill sell cheap also a new set single harness Cost $30 will sell cheap with Phaeton or will sell alone. For information Call at the times office. Jonathan p Burton to Theobald Kut Scher 40 acres Jefferson township $3, 200. I Isaac Shauver to Charles e Saylor it 40-100 acres Goshen township $585. Elmer Eckfeld Etui to Ida l older j of 10, Dennison $00. John Sharkey to Frank Adams strip j of land and lot 42, Franklin township $1,150. We. R. Shields and others to Adam Schneider 5s acres Dover township $2,937.50. Wesley m. Tracy to Mary a. Forbes i lots 53 and 54, Sandyville $025. Agnes and ii. T. Minnis to Roletta m. Hykes 1 acre Goshen township $300. Samuel d. Shepler to Lewis Shepler i strip of land and part of lot 2, new Cumberland $100. We Lark to Joshua p. Grimm strip of land and part of lots 59 and 00, new Philadelphia $4,500. David Belknap to Joseph Belknap 91 acres Lawrence township $2,100. Joseph Belknap to Elizabeth Belknap 91 acres Lawrence township $8,400. Angeune and Lorenzo Wardell to Josaphine Borders 73 acres Wayne i township $400. Sarah Bauder to we Al Bauder 73 j acres Wayne township $450. Daniel Bauder to win i it. Bauder 73 j acres Wayne township $450. James a Lappin to Nancy e. Herron f i acre Union township $35. Susanna and f. H. Mozena to Mary Parrish acre Mill township $1,200. Mary and e. A. Parrish to Emerson Van Ostran j acre Mill township,$1,000. Maurice Moody to ii. S. Francis part lot 149, Uhrichsville $200. Eliza Coffee and others to Luella s. Cunningham part lot 2, Oxford township $400. Coal cents per gallon at a. V. Paulusz Phillipsburg Ohio. 51 of i have Money to loan for three or five years secured by first mortgage on Tuscarawas county farms. 2w4 John a. Himes new Philadelphia. For very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per cent interest on investment. Also other desirable lots and properties. John a. Himes new Philadelphia Isth there will he an Oyster supper and festival in the g. A. R. Rooms on the 21st and 22d of this month. We desire the patronage of All who Are disposed to come and to those who do come we will insure an enjoyable time. Now is the time to subscribe for the times and the american Farmer both one year for $1.30 Cash. Our present subscribers can have the same Opportunity by renewing their subscription for the times. See advertisement on 1th Page. A for Good second hand four horse Power engine and boiler almost As Good As new including All attachments. Ill sell for $l>0. A bargain in it. For further particulars inquire at the times office or Call on a. A. Fradenburgh port Washington Lotf a fat woman entered a crowded Street car and seizing a strap stood on a gentleman a toes. As soon As lie could extricate himself he arose and offered her his seat. A a you Are very kind sir a she said. A a not at All Madam who replied a a its not kindness its for 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 As been used but a Short time. A bargain in it. Gall at s. Moore so Law office Over citizens National Bank. 37 any one desiring to sell Exchange of buy real estate of any kind or chattels will do Well to Call on the proprietor of the times who will act As agent for the same on reasonable terms. No charges made for advertising in the times when you employ us As agent. No mimes it it parties Given to the Public but made known Only to those wishing to Purchase. Of for Sale. A Small farm of 08 acres known As the Peter older tract on Pike run adjoining Coal mine no. 2. Clerc Are three dwelling houses on the premises two Orchards and a school House. Sixth acres cleared and under Good cultivation and Good fences. All in grass. Terms reasonable. Possession can be Given at any time. For particulars Call on Frank Romig at times office or William Oliver Pike Bun. 39tf for Sale.�?300 acres of first class Plain and River Bottom land and about 70 acre s of Hill land being what remains unsold of the James Waldington farm situated on the new Philadelphia and Uhrichsville Road near the town of Pike run. The buildings Are Good. This land will he sold As a whole or divided to suit purchasers. The River Bottom land would be sold in Small tracts. Also a farm of m0 acres of Plain and River Bottom land situated three and one half Miles from new Philadelphia. Is. Romig. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. 35 of a dastardly trick. Nelsonville Jan. 18. Some Bastard played a fiendish trick on a Little three year old girl named Hattie Thomas at Logan yesterday. He met the child on the Street and induced her to put her Tongue to the frosted Pale of an Iron Fence then skipped out leaving the girl in a horrible position where she was found by a passer by and released not however without leaving a piece of her Tongue adhering to the Fence. The police Are Hunting for the wretch. Marshal Finney a resident of this place was killed at Adams Mills last saturday evening. He was brakeman on a freight train and the last seen of him was when he started from the front toward the rear of the train. He was found on the track in a badly mangled condition a portion of the train passing Over him. Lie was about Twenty four years old and unmarried. His former Home was at Gilmore. The funeral took place sunday the body being buried in the Uhrichsville a a Niele. A Mother talking to her Little four year old daughter said a a do you not feel thankful that you have a Good Home and a papa and Mamma with plenty of comfortable things to Wear and food to eat while there Are so Many children who have not so Many things to make them Happy a a a no i do not a said Little miss perverseness. But when Safe in bed at night and alone in the room her Mother overheard her saying a a yes. I have a Nice papa and Mamma and everything Good and dear lord 1 am much a i Arket reports times office january 29, 1887. Flour Patent v bbl. $ 5 10 a a a a v sack. 1 25 a a Best family Quot a bbl 4 45 a a Amlyr \ sack. 1 20 a a a a new prop. 1 50 wheat it Bushel. 80 corny new v Bushel. 40 Oats new $1 Bushel. �?o7 Rye Bushel. 4>t� butter to Pound. 15 20 eggs dozen. 25 buckwheat flour a Pound. 03 hams Pound. 10 shoulders�?1�?T Pound. 06 sides Pound. 07 lard Pound. 06 tallow Pound. 34 beef Pound. 07 i it 15 Salt Goshen it barrel. 1 15 White Lime a barrel. I 00 Akron cements a barrel. .1 35 calcined plaster barrel. 2 25 land plaster ton. 9 00 a a a a a barrel .1 50 potatoes Bushel new .30 dried peaches Bushel .1 32 dried apples Quot a Bushel .88 a a. A a a Pound .3a rags of Pound. 01 onions Bushel. 50 Hay ton new. 8 00 Clover seed Bushel 60.�. 4 30 Timothy seed Bushel. Wool. 30 fertilizers�?18 ton. 35 00

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