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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - January 21, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new a Rev a limes. Volumn Philadelphia o., thursday january 1886. Number 4.hew Philadelphia Moore proprietor. W. H. Watson editor. Thursday january 2i, 188g. 3-the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following hates one year Cash in advances 00 if not paid within six months. 1 60 Quot remittances should be sent by draft. Registered letter Postof Llee order to the address the proprietor. I address All matter intended for publication to the newspapers. Subscribers who do not give 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 he 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 . W. Crites common pleas county. Representative. Probate j Edge. 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 j. L. Kennedy j. G. Neumann s. Rufer w. E. Lash r. Benner 0.11. Hoover j. Wherley w. Rogers l. I Rantz Sec City. Daniel Korns. James h. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. We. Campbell. Andrew Erwin. Mayor clerk marshal Street commissioner Council justices. Names. Townships j Post office. Daniel Krebs Clay. James w South Wayne. George Bear Perry. Isaac conts Washington Henry Deible Bucks. Jacob Kreig sugar Creek. Henry Vanlehn Warwick. J ii Banks Warren. Daniel Haas Franklin. John Smith Goshen. Jas Galbraeth. Rush. John Milone Mill. Samuel Moore. Goshen. T b Rankin Rush. L s Winsch Clay. F r Berkshire. Perry. S y Renneker Fairfield. 1. S Mckinney. Sandy. Win e Beck Goshen. Samuel c Kline. Lawrence. J ii Gardner Warren. Robot Coruthers Washington John Wetter Wayne. William Kinsey York. Philip Doerfer. Bucks. T j Stocker Salem. T h Mozena Mill. Joseph Healen Mill. Chas f Davis Oxford. C c Fernsel Franklin. Levi Travis j Auburn. J w Newbury Dover. Jos ii Hostetter Dover. Nieh Montag 1 Dover. Wesley m Tracy Lundy. John b Jones Auburn. Hiram Chinan. Warwick. David Breymeir Lawrence. Lewis c Zollars. Sugar Creek. L a Cornett Salem. John s Spring. Jefferson. Charles ii Ellers Fairfield. John w Rollie. Jefferson. Hugh t i Unis. Goshen. C w Kinsley Oxford. P 11 Kuhn York. s Wagner Union. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Cadwallader. Paoli. Baltic. Shanesville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. In Uhrichsville. New Phi lady a. Gnadenhutten. Snaden Huttu. Cadwallader. New Philada a. Mineral City. New Philada a. Bolivar. New Cumberland Albany. Dundee. New Philada a. Baltic. Port Washington Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomerstown Strasburg. Ragersville. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City. Rogersville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Shanesville. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. New Philada a. Newcomerstown Black band. directory. every sunday at 10 .10 a. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. Christi every lords Day morning at 10 .�?~0 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 9 clock a. In. Methodist episcopal preaching every Sabbath at 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. German every sunday at 1030 a. In. And 2 15 p. M., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday morning service each month concert in the evening. Lutheran services Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. United every sunday at 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock p. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. directory. chapter no. 38, r. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniel , Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. It pc a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mall value w. G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle hah. 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. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stempi Fly n. G. P. Skill rec. Sec a. I. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each Mouth at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. J. J. Parr c. P. I. A. Correll scribe. I. 0. 0. Fun. 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 each month in knights pythias Hall. W ii. Miller Regent. J. S. Bigler Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday each month at a p. Lylall. De. Slu Titour pres. S Moore Coe. Sec a. Prances i10mig, attorney at Lav and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. Amul 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. A Hundred Ohio Farmers Are a marching through Georgia a tour investigation. They find that the people Down there Are Glade to see them. Atlanta gave the excursion lists a cordial Welcome. The Constitution said editorially they Are just the people we need in Georgia. We need their Strong arms their tidy capital and their wide experience. We need their shrewdness Energy and Economy with which they have made their farms in five months session enough to carry them through the year and leave them a neat surplus when the year was the condition things in some the Southern states makes it Clear that wide awake Small Farmers Are the most desirable class settlers. Agriculture is behind manufacture. An infusion in Northern Energy would have a marked effect the Rural population in a few Star. James it. Keene the famous Speculator better known As a a Jim Keene has just made a statement to the effect that he is without business income any kind and that All the Money he receives for his support comes from his wife. This same James it. Keene after making a Fortune estimated at $10,000,000 in san Francisco came East a few years ago with a great flourish trumpets to astonish Wall Street. He ran a great wheat a Cor Nero in Chicago and for a time was a very prominent figure in the Stock Market. And he is absolutely without income business if such is the Fate the boldest and shrewdest speculators when armed with millions what Chance has the outsider who risks his thousands in Wall Street ? sex congressman Samuel c. Cary Ohio who was at the Parker House Boston a few Days ago said to a reporter in response to the question How president Cleveland a administration is regarded in the West a the impression is that he is an Able honest determined Man that his ambition is to give the country a pure economical non Tasian administration and to carry out civil service Reform fully. The general impression is that he wont be sustained in this by either party. If the Republican Senate should see fit not to confirm his appointments when Congress is out the Way i should not he surprised to see a clean sweep made civil service 110 civil service. Anybody who wishes to take a Peep at an another world than ours has Only to look at the planet Venus which now shines brilliantly in the Southwest after Sundown. Venus is nearly the same size As the Earth and astronomers think it May possibly Bear life not altogether unlike that upon the surface our own planet. Yet at the distance some eighty millions Miles its huge bulk appears diminished to the dimensions a Star reflecting the sunlight to us like a Pellicle Silver. We inhabit a wonderful world but our world belongs to a still More wonderful family worlds. A new candidate for president in 1888. The Cleveland Penny press an Independent paper charges editorially that president Cleveland is a Republican mugwump and says a the democracy must have a new candidate for president in 1888, and there will be no mistake about his being a Democrat this time. The new candidate will come from the East the West but no further East than new York and no further West than Indiana. The Outlook now is that the great contest will be narrowed Down to gov. Hill new York Allen g. Thurman Ohio and one Indiana a favorite sons. New York will make a desperate fight for the nomination and would probably adhere to Cleveland if there was the remotest Chance his getting a two thirds vote in the convention. Seeing the hopelessness that they will be led to present the name their strongest Man who to Day is the governor the state. Indiana a Luck in 1876, 1880 and 1884, is More than Likely to be repeated in 1888, unless meanwhile the mortuary political record is enlarged in unexpected directions. The probabilities Are that the main fight will be Between Thurman and Hill. Such would be the natural solution the Issue within the democratic party and there is one Way in which it can be made substantially inevitable. Let the democrats this state rally around Allen g. Thurman with such unanimity that no other name will be considered by the Ohio delegation. Let the voice the Ohio democracy go up As a unit for alien g. Thurman in the convention and his nomination will be practically assured. There is no reason Why it should not be so. Thurman is the first Choice nine tenths All the voters the party in Ohio and his name is a household word in every state in the Union. He is the Only Man who could carry this state and he could carry it. There is nothing in the Way the fulfilment this Hope except the contemptible but industrious Coal Oil Mclean faction which continually conspires to create divided counsel and delegations. The Power this faction appears to be broken. If the party leaders and party press set their faces Thurman Ward from this time Forth they can accomplish what the masses the party in Ohio so much desire and what the party everywhere a would so much applaud when done. The tendency things is that the Republican party is Likely to lend them some assistance. The Republican Foremost in the race for the nomination in 1888 is John Sherman. Parnell and his followers Are going to give the British Lions Tail a vigorous twist in the near future and the London times saturday last commenting the political situation says a to stay in office without a vigorous Effort to grapple with the Irish difficulty would condemn the tory party to scorn. To give its opponents a Chance to overthrow them before staking their existence in a bold defense the Union would be worse than a Blunder it would be a crime. A Challenge the House commons for a verdict the question Home Rule for Ireland would obtain an immense majority for the integrity the the old roman Allen g. Thurman against whom no one can conscientiously utter a word in any Way impeaching his political record private character has virtually retired to private life and Lias so written to his intimate Friend B. Ficklin Charleston Illinois in the following language a a you will never be gratified by seeing me in Public life again. I am now the retired list my own full consent and with no inclination whatever for Active life except As a the y. I. Of Canton passed resolutions wednesday night last week concerning the Post office appointment in Canton condemnatory the president and senator Payne. The committee appointed to investigate the hanging in effigy . Payne refused to make a detailed report and were discharged. It was ordered that a copy the resolutions he sent to the president senator Payne col. Vilas Ohio congressmen and others. A Youngstown Exchange says a Warren landlord brought from the drug store a pint whiskey in a tin dipper. The guest tasted the liquor but pronounced it unfit to drink and the fluid was permitted to remain All night in the dipper. An inspection the following morning revealed that the whiskey had eaten All the tin off the inside the dipper. Last Winter the legislature passed a Law authorizing the appointing persons to ferret out property that had not been properly placed the tax duplicate. Detectives have been the still Hunt in Cleveland for several months and have succeeded in finding nearly $2,000,000 in notes mortgages ect., that Din not appear in the tax duplicate. Julius c. Dittmar a shaving parlor and Bath rooms next door to news depot. Hair cutting a specially. All work done with neatness and dispatch. A German physician has experimented to ascertain the hour Day at which a Man is at his Best and Able to do the most work with the least fatigue and has concluded that he is strongest at the time rising. He has shown also that breakfast has an important effect the muscular Powers and urges Early eating for those who Rise Early. The Ohio canals. Although different Railroad companies paper have at various times attempted to get hold the Ohio canal system for Road bed purposes both governor Ilo Adly and Foraker in their respective messages have recommended to the legislature that the canals be retained As state property for the Benefit a common people. Both these gentlemen hold similar views this subject and assert that a a while portions these canals May be unimportant and profitless yet it should be remembered that As to other portions there Are millions dollars invested in manufacturing establishments that have been built up along their Banks because the cheap transportation and the valuable water Power they affy Ord from which property the state derives a Large annual income by taxation. By these industries thousands labourers Are Given remunerative employment and All the surrounding farming country is greatly enhanced in value by the Home markets thus created for agricultural products. There is also established a Large Domestic Commerce and there is occasioned a vast cheapening the rates freight transportation that is Felt not simply along the lines these water ways but throughout the state. The abandonment these canals would mean in a Large measure the loss All this and such a loss could scarcely he overestimated. It is Manifest that it would he Many times greater than the difference Between the receipts and expenditures referred to it has also been advocated by both governor Ilo Adly and governor Foraker to speedily Stop any discussion looking toward abandoning the canals by a a by Straightway putting our canals in thoroughly Good repair and first class order in every respect and causing it to be distinctly known that they Are not to be sold abandoned Given away but permanently continued. Such a policy will involve some expenditure Money hut it will be True Economy to spend it. There would be full value received in the improvements made but the Assurance permanency thus Given would infuse new life and development into All the business upon and along these lines that would he greater the Deersville Harrison county ant horse thief society is in Good shape and the funds belonging to the society having been loaned at compound interest since its organization fourteen years ago have accumulated to quite a handsome sum Money. The society is thoroughly organized and equipped with men and Money. Bismarck writes Pope Loe acknowledging the receipt the a order Christ a composed by his holiness. Signs himself a your very Humble servant Bismarck a and the letter causes great excitement in Church and diplomatic circles in Germany. The proposition to increase the governors salary has already been killed in the legislature. Gov. Foraker a private Secretary and other state officers lob died for the Bill but they were set Down upon in ponderous oratory. The labor committee the House has appointed Tarsney Michigan Foran Ohio and James new York a sub committee to prepare a Bill prohibiting the employment convict labor government buildings other work. They will prepare a Strong Bill at an Early Day and the whole committee will urge its passage. _ senator Vest declared he was not a mugwump and senators broke Down two tables and four chairs to get to shake hands with him. There Are now Twenty five county children a Homes in the state and five More Are provided for by popular vote All which Are doing excellent work. Of the 2,227 in the Homes during the year 358, about 16 per cent., were indentured to private families. Great excitement at Charleston w. Va., Over the discovery a plot in which Many prominent men Are connected in the burning heavily insured properties. A negro has confessed to starting the Blaze to a Large Quantity wheat for $3. A Uncle a a Uncle Ned a our coloured Champion the Rostrum gave another lecture to a full House at Eagle Hall Friday night. He selected for his subject a an Ada less Eden a and gave the coming Young Man a Deal Sledge Hammer advice. Lie wore the conventional Pigeon tailed coat and a Dandy Necktie while his shoes were Ebony coloured to a Dot. He was in the hands a a up omitted a who had charge stage decorations and other preliminaries. The receipts were a sufficient amount to give a Uncle Ned so Larder and Coal bin quite a healthy appearance and make the old Man feel Happy. Although in pretty close quarters during this Winter no Chicken Ever had occasion to Roost High for fear a Uncle he is strictly honest and very industrious for one his years and entertains the Good feeling our citizens in general. There is an interesting history connected with a Uncle Ned so career Given below which was furnished the Cincinnati enquirer by a correspondent from this City a Prev. Edward Hunt is the name a coloured Man this place who has a strange and interesting history. He is familiarly called a Uncle Ned a and but few people know him by any other name. At the breaking out the rebellion he was a slave valued at $3,000. He was closely guarded but one dark night managed to escape from his master and joined the Union army. In the fight at South Mountain he was captured by the rebels and being recognized was sent to his old master at Savannah a. As a punishment he was tied to a stake and Given one Hundred lashes with the cat nine tails. His Back yet bears the welts from this terrible beating. After the whipping he was chained in a Dungeon and for three months never saw the Light Day. With the Aid another Darky he managed to escape again and joined the Union army the second time. He was recklessly Brave and knew no danger. During one engagement he ventured too far out and had a hand to hand fight with four rebels killing two and mortally wounding the others. He was detailed the staff major Henry Kaldenbaugh this City who at the close the War brought him Home with him. A Uncle Ned has lately taken to the Rostrum and has gained a wide reputation As a lecturer. His advertisements Are very unique and wherever he goes lie is greeted with crowded houses. His pictures his slave life and Southern usages Are a Marvel interest. He informs his audience that he now Only has one Mission and that is to save the in connection with the Al it Ove Brief history we have been informed by a Uncle Ned that he was a servant for the late general Grant for two years during the rebellion. Charity concert. Charity concert will take place at Eagle Hall this thursday evening january 21st. The programme will be As follows part first. 1. Instrumental piano selections. Misses Fannie Sargent and Lelia Elliott. 2. Recitation a a poems Raven a c. Ii. Mathews. 3. Instrumental piano a grand etude Galop a . Emma Taylor Smith. 4. Violin Solomdr. Jessie Knisely. 5. Recitation a a Anthony sorption 6. Selections from opera a Martha a miss Della Mathews. 7. A thy Sentinel am i a a Solo w. K. Kennedy. Part second. 1. Beautiful Birdy sing to me a a Solo miss Nettie Flora. 2. Quartet Tel a the knights Farewell a messes. Teich Rhan Tressell Kennedy and Mitchell. 3. Recitation a Anthony and 4. Instrumental duet inspiration Waltzes piano miss bes. Hoover and . 5. Quartet Tel a a Moonlight will come again a Nettie Flora Eva Black. Hugh Mitchell w. Kennedy. 6. Banjo Solo . Jesse Knisely. Proceeds the concert to he distributed by the ladies Relief committee among the worthy poor new Philadelphia. Admittance 25 cents. Programme to commence at 7.1 Sharp. The times. The times is the name a new democratic paper in new Philadelphia. W. Ii. Watson is the editor and Samuel Moore proprietor. It is neat and clean and looks As though it had come to stay. This make three Republican newspapers in new Philadelphia and four in Tuscarawas chronicle. Bro. Lawler has got the newspaper complexion Tuscarawas county a Little mixed in the above item. He is right when he says a the times is the name a new democratic paper a but we Are undone when placed in company with our political enemies. There is but one Republican newspaper in new Philadelphia and four democratic including the German paper. The count stands in the county As follows five democratic two Republican two three so called Independent and one mugwump Sheet. We strike up an acquaintance this week with the new Philadelphia times the most recent newspaper venture in Tuscarawas county. It is newsy has a neat make up and is Well printed. The editor w. Ii. Watson was the founder and for some time the editor the Leetonia reporter deceased some years since. The Union wishes the publishers renown and wealth from the Wellsville Union. The first and second numbers the new Philadelphia times have reached us. The material All being new and . Watson the editor being a practical Printer the paper presents a Fine appearance. It is a healthy looking infant but we Are afraid it will not thrive a Dollar a year Uhrichsville chronicle. Always willing to be swindled. A gang swindlers Are at work in Hancock county claiming to represent a new York Organ company. In order to introduce the Organ to the Public they propose to donate one Organ to a Farmer in each township in the county and Only ask that the freight be paid from new York City to the place nearest to where the part resides. The unsuspecting Farmer jumps at the bait and pays Over the $4, the amount required for freight and in the course two weeks receives the Organ a Beautiful 25 cent Mouth Organ. The contract that a victim holds upon being carefully read Calls for an Organ and he gets it. Mrs. Catharine wife Albert Wagner postmaster at Phillipsburg died at her Home there last Friday con sumption aged nearly 36 years. Deceased was a member the reformed German Church and highly respected by a Large Circle warm friends. She leaves a husband and four children to mourn the loss a devoted wife and an affectionate Loving Mother. King William has just opened the prussian diet and the Chicago times takes occasion to remark that As the prussian diet consists in part Saur Kraut Limburger cheese and Frankfort sausage the King can to be very sick. Dennison paragraph last week says . R. A. Allen Uhrichsville has resigned As u. S. Indian agent at the blackfeet Agency in Montana. His resignation is to take effect March 31st next. The Dover Harmonie society paid our City a trying visit thursday night and serenaded sheriff Bowers and prof. Forney. The society includes some excellent singers and a Jolly set Fellows All around the Board. The chaplain who does the praying for the House at Washington gets $6 for a five minute prayer. The Harrisburg Patriot says this is not a bit too much when it is considered what he has got to Pray for. Hon. Beriah Wilkins was made temporary chairman the House Friday last and received to a congratulations members for the Mility displayed in presiding Over their deliberations. To the six thousand Hills previously pending in Congress nine Hundred have been added during this session Ohio members contributing forty seven to the Ever increasing Load. According to the Penny press now is the Winter our discontent made a howling blizzard by impecunious politicians and others building combinations the Spring elections. Col. Donavin a Roll alleged bribe takers kick like government mules especially those who received Only from $1,200 to $1,500, while others Are reported to have pocketed clean $5,000 a piece. Philip Ekhart a Drunken brute Ashtabula drove his wife and child Clad Only in their night clothes out into the bitter cold. Neighbors remonstrated and he finally let them return. Chief Wellsville police shot an escaping prisoner and was indicted for it and the City solicitor says the policeman will have to the expenses his trial. Illegal for the City to do so. Some the medical papers say that a great Deal quiet tipping especially among women is carried by Means the quasi medicament called a beef Iron and a Monument is to be erected to Gen. James b. Steedman at Toledo by a wealthy Brewer that City whom the general befriended while poor and who has no heirs. A a death from exposure was the verdict recently rendered by a Helena m. T., jury the body the horse thief who had been hanged by vigilantes. The Bohemian Oats swindlers Are now operating around Germantown One Farmer was taken in to the amount $150. Is the tiling to have an end the Charity concert at Eagle Hall this thursday evening promises to be one the Best entertainments Given in our City for Many years. During the year ending november 15, 1885, the state Ohio convicted and transported to the Penitentiary 868 criminals at a Cost $134,365.54. Geo. W. Meese lumber dealer Phillipsburg made an assignment monday to p. S. Olmstead this City. Assets Small liabilities not known. Hon. G. W. Hull has introduced a Hill in the Ohio legislature to prevent a monopoly in school books. Ten to one that the Hill will he Defeated. Sam Jones is shaking up the Cincinnati churches that rent their pews and there Isnit a building in the town big enough to hold his audiences. Navarre has been swindled by a fellow who went through the Village collecting a tax 50 cents for every sewing machine in use. The decks in the United states Senate chamber Are polished mahogany and were made before most the senators were born. Cantons going to tack 1,700 acres to her corporation increasing the population 2,000, and the tax valuation $1,-500,000. Union league club new York unanimously passed a motion for the suspension the coinage the Silver Dollar. Several thousand dollars Worth real estate was sold by the county treasurer tuesday for delinquent taxes. The new York Lycra old suggests that the surest preventive against hydrophobia is to kill the dog first. Done to feed your cows Rotten potatoes unless you want to skin them for their hides. They have a Case Small pox at Canton and the people Are almost scared to death. Our Market reports Are corrected weekly Twenty minutes before going to press. The Warren daily Tribune has turned up its toes and winked out. A brutal notes. On the evening december 31st, a Little difficulty occurred Between some children while their Way Home from school old town Valley six Miles from Here. A Young son mrs. John Huber this City aged about 10 years who was taken from the children a Home two years ago and adopted by John Kunzi was among the party. Frederick Kunzi brother John who resides a farm near there happened the scene and immediately assaulted Young Huber throwing him violently the hard Frozen ground. He then jumped upon the helpless lad breaking his right leg Midway Between the knee and hip. The injured boy was conveyed to his adopted Home and drs. Putt and Parks Phillips Burgh summoned who reduced the fracture. On monday this week Kunzi was arrested a state warrant and brought before a Squire Minnis charged with assault and Battery. The accused waived an examination and gave bail for fits appearance at court in the sum $500. If what we learn the affair is True then the charge assault and Battery is inconsistent As the punishment following a conviction would be inadequate for the serious nature the crime committed. A Newcomerstown Farmer ends his existence with a revolver. Newcomerstown o., Jan. 18. A desperate Case suicide took place near town yesterday evening a Man named Kline whose Home is about five Miles East Here had been a visit at mrs John arts an aunt his residing two Miles from town. The family noticed nothing wrong with him during his stay. Yesterday afternoon he left the House and took with him a 32 Caliper revolver. He proceeded to a hollow a few rods from the hous and placing the revolver at his fore he Al deliberately shot himself through the head the Ball lodging near his neck. He walked toward the House but fell before he reached there and was found a ghastly looking object. Iii eyes were blackened and swollen and shut and his brains were oozing from the Hole in his head. He died in a few House. No cause is known for the act but it is said he had been deranged for some time. His brother said he left Home last tuesday very suddenly and had not been seen by them since. He tried to kill himself another occasion some time ago. Not allowed to return. Within the last six months a number germans living in Holmes county have gone Back to their native country to see relatives and in a few cases to get some Money due them estates to which they were heirs. Now comes word that they Are having trouble in getting away from Germany account an order issued by the government to have All such persons enrolled for service in the army. One them writes that he is watched daily that he had to mail the letter sent forty seven Miles from where he was stopping and that he has been notified to appear for enrolment for service in the German army. Their friends there Are very much excited Over the outrage and if the German americans Are detained will apply to Washington for Relief. An Exchange says the latest game to fleece Farmers is one Man goes around the country claiming to represent a Large provision House Chicago such firm being anxious to learn f e Farmers their opinion the nig and harvested crop. To Lii xes with the honest Tiller the soil and he proceeds to reply to the questions propounded. The sharper notes Down the answers carefully and when through he politely asks the Farmers to sign his name to the report to give it More weight and an appearance correctness. This accomplished the Man leaves and later a note turns up in the hands an innocent purchaser. At the annual meeting the stockholders the citizens National Bank this City last week the following officers were unanimously a selected for the ensuing year presidents. Of Donnell. Vice president a. Kaldenbaugh. Cashiers a. Welty. Assistant Cashiers a. A. Deardorff. Teller James f. Kaldenbaugh. Bank examiner Hon. R. Parsons has recently made an examination this old and Well tried institution and says that it is one the Best Banks in the state. It enjoys the fullest Confidence in this Vicinity. Through intercepted letters the police authorities Canton have recovered the watch revolver and Money stolen from . D. J. Begged the night lie was murderously assaulted and horribly slashed with a razor while asleep in bed. The goods were hid in several places. The letters were written to his wife by George Green the negro janitor employed by . Begged who is under arrest charged with the crime. These letters and the finding the articles fix the crime upon him beyond the Shadow a doubt. The following mathematical question is propounded by a correspondent in one our exchanges if a Man save 15 cents a Day for 50 years counting 365 Days to the year and at the end each year invests the amount saved at five per cent interest compounding it annually at the same rate interest what will be the amount accumulated at the end fifty years ? e. Kaserman Lockport manufactures and has for Sale a Fine lot pure Havana and seed cigars at wholesale and retail. He is a first class honest Workman and guarantees All goods purchased from him to be As represented. There is at least one place in the world where the salvation army is not without Honor. The government Victoria Australia has voted the army a subsidy $5,000 to help it to build a Home for the Rescue fallen women in Melbourne. Or. V. Powderly the head the knights labor says a if every labourer and every manufacturer would read daily a Good newspaper and keep posted the topics the times i feel certain there would be less the times will be sent to any address postage prepaid one year for $1. Miss Effie Dickinson Fremont is visiting Fannie Mitcler West fair Street. Miss Kittle Loeke Ravenna is the guest miss Annie Mcelroy South Broadway. D. S. Williams Meadville pa., is the gentlemanly assistant clerk at the Gilev House this City. Miss Flora Parsons Ravenna Ohio is visiting the family . Richardson and other friends in this City. T conducted by John p. . Dickinson wife and child Newcomerstown Are visiting at the residence prosecuting attorney Foster Wilkin this City. We Are glad to note the improved condition Hon. A. Ready a health and to learn that he will soon be Able to be out again. Adam and w. Ii. Shie Shanesville found their Way to our office saturday last and placed their names our subscription Book. The editor returns thanks to his Many friends who have called to express their Friendship and Good wishes and at the same time subscribed for the times. Miss Nettie Huber and William Cook returned to their Homes in Canton tuesday after a pleasant visit at the residence . Andrew Bippus this City. Or. Putt and Adam Paulus Philips Burg gave the times office a Friendly Call monday and had their names placed our subscription list. Thanks gentlemen. Little Fannie daughter sex mayor William Campbell this City accompanied mrs. We. I. Cook to Lynn Massachusetts last thursday where Fannie will attend school. Al. And Charley Slingluff Dover were at the a a huh monday. They report our sister town moving along with the procession and business generally Good All things considered. John Breitenstein postal clerk the Branch Road received word tuesday that his oldest brother Martin was found dead near his Home at Woodland Michigan. He was out his farm cutting Wood and remained at his work while his sons went to dinner. On returning they found their father dead near the Wood pile. It is supposed that death resulted from heart disease. Deceased leaves a wife and four children. Prof. Forney was the recipient a serenade by that excellent musical organization the Dover Harmonie society thursday evening last week and in return the guests were wined and dined in Royal style. It was a pleasant sociable affair in every particular greatly enjoyed by All present. Thursday last week was recorder Neumannn a 53d birthday and in the evening that gentleman was the recipient a serenade by the Dover Harmonie society. Or. N. Invited them into the House made a neat Little speech and entertained his guests in an appropriate manner. The society for the prevention cruelty to children and animals will meet Friday evening january 22, at 7 clock at the mayors office. Let there be a Good meeting. Posern Jenkins press to. A portion the elaborately decorated ceiling i. Genscher a drug store was damaged by water during the thaw last Friday. Some plastering fell off and knocked one the prescription cases into Smithereens and played havoc in the search warrant Pill department. Emanuel Mathias and s. F. Bair York township called tuesday and joined the times army list. The former gentleman keeps a spank up grocery at the x roads and is a Clever fellow. Or. B. Is a Thrifty Farmer. We have been informed that the Bohemian Oats swindlers invaded Tuscarawas county this week. Farmers who read this notice and done to take warning ought to be victimized by these Sharks. John Geiser the firm Fahrny amp Geiser is the Happy father twins. Mrs. Geisert a health was in a critical condition for a time but she is now reported by the physician to be out danger. While packing ice monday w. G. Hamilton dropped a Hundred and thirty live Pound cake ice his left foot knocking the big toe out time. Will is now Laid up for repairs. The Normal school in basement court House by John p. Kuhn is in a healthy condition and a Large number scholars have been added during the past two weeks. An Indiana editor says a i could never be induced to marry in Ohio everything is unconstitutional in that it is reported that there will lie a Jim crack wedding East Avenue one these Fine evenings. There is not a cashier in Canada who is not opposed to the Silver. They Are so inconvenient for the carpet bag. There is a township trustee in this Section who says he done to take a county paper. The rolling Mill resumed work tuesday after an idleness three weeks. Hon. George w. Crites has our thanks for favors received. 1. A a what is the Day line and where is it situated a w. D. This important query requires a considerable amount time and space. We shall therefore defer our answer until some time in the future and in the meantime we shall be pleased to hear from any who have something new to offer upon the subject. 2. A a How Many languages Are there a e. Hamilton. No one can give an exact answer to this query but i have read somewhere that information Lias been obtained concerning two thousand two Hundred languages and dialects in reference to which grammars dictionaries and treatise have been formed yet twice that number languages May have been in use Long before Caine a father allowed his son to go Down South and see the girls where they spoke a noddy knotty language. 3. A a Why is Ohio called the Buckeye state a Ped. Answer. It is so called from the Many Buckeye Trees found in it. They generally grow near creeks Rivers. The name the tree is Esculus Llabra. 4. A a from what did the a alphabet receive its name and what is the English translation the word ? a v. 5. A a what caused the change spelling in such words As a what a a when a Etc., from the old method spelling them Hwat when a Etc. F. 6. A Are dogs used for mail service in America a id. 7. A a what is the origin the term a Mol lie Maguire a a id. 8. A a what is the object tarring and feathering and is any historical mention made it a j. Q. A. Natick r. I. There is a record this punishment in 1199 1 Richard i. There was a statute that any robber sailing with crusaders a shall be first shaved then boiling pitch shall be poured his head and a Cushion feathers Shook Over the culprit was then put ashore at the first stopping place the vessel. W. D. H. 9. A is it proper to say a school takes up a w. Ii. No it is not Correct to say a school takes up a if it is not right to say a a it lets Down in the this school phrase is not recognized by either Webster Worcester. J. P. K. 10. A what Metal exists in common Wood ashes and what is its most remarkable property ? a a. P. 11. A a is the brain wholly in the Skull does it extend to All parts the body a id. 12. A Are attorneys members our courts a Michell. 13. A a How do geologists determine to what age the different rocks belong ? also the different animals ? a 14. A a when and where was the first Money coined in the United states what was the name and value the piece a f. S. L. 15. What and where is the lowest depression in North America ? a id. We shall have arithmetic and algebra next week therefore Send in your problems promptly. Respectfully yours John p. Kuhn. The Rev. Dewitt Talmage says skating rink exercise with proper precautions is most healthful and Graceful. It eclipses coasting croquet Bat and Ball and Lawn Tennis. It has All the advantages the Gynsi nazism with More spirit to it. With proper Protection it would be Well for our Young men to take one hour this healthful exercise every Day. It would he Well for women America to imitate the brisk walk which keeps English women so Rosy and Strong one hour at the roller skating a Iii the secular evenings to turn away from darning and House keeping and try that exhilarating exercise. It would bring out some the hallowed Cheeks. It would he Well for the Young Man at the hotel if he would go to a respectable rink interfering with no one Independent everyone and then go Back to the hotel again. The Stone pavement in front the late William ii. Vanderbilt a residence in new York is made up the largest slabs Flagstone Ever put in a single pavement. The stones were taken from the quarries in Pike county pa., West port Jervis n. Y., and the Bigelow quarries in Ulster county. The Large slab immediately in front the Vanderbilt residence is the Large piece flagging Ever transported from the quarries. It Cost $9,000. The entire pavement Cost $40,000. Unclaimed letters. Over in the old pious town Salem Columbiana county some one Ron de the laundry establishment Wau ice a chinaman to the extent $33, and some Linen. The outraged Almond red celestial saw the burglars but was afraid them and exclaimed a a pm like Man no Good take Money shoot wan Kee if he say no arrests. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Postof lice Jan. 18th, 1886 Jno. Schaffer Martin l. Giggle mrs. Betsy Jones miss Bell Metzger miss Etta Mauder mrs. Emma Hixon miss Mollic c. Boa is. F. Fribley p. While receiving callers in her fathers parlor saturday afternoon miss Kate Bayard daughter Secretary Bayard dropped dead. Miss Cleveland a reception at the executive mansion was immediately stopped. A Little girl was crossing the Railroad track at newcomers and her foot got fast Between the rail and Plank. She unplaced her shoe and pulled out her foot just As the express thundered past. Thurman has decided in favor the miners the questions left to him by arbitration. Giving them 60 cents per ton for mining will be right says . Thurman and no one will question the honesty Justice his Star. It is said an absent minded Man at Wadsworth that he took his lantern to the barn in one hand a pail in the other for the purpose milking his cow and than hanging his pail upon a Peg he commenced to milk the cow into the lantern. The Green Mountain boys and the Dakotas pull Down their Vest shiver and smile derisively at the faces we in Ike Over our Zero weather whilst they Are sniffing zephyrs that Register 40 by . The Cleveland Penny press saturday last says Deputy collector j. Mccullough new Philadelphia resigned because the was too Small for the amount work. Or. Mccullough should Bear in mind that we can tall be postmasters. Ella j. Nichols pretty girl Canton swore out a warrant arresting Daniel Lesh As the a her still born babe. Big scandal and lots talk. Girl is at present is in county infirmary though her parents Are Well to do. The 17-year-old daughter a West. Virginia Farmer took Poison because her parents would not let her become a mormon. If it were a Choice Between polygamy and death the girl chose wisely without knowing it. With $5000,000 Worth Frozen oranges hand it is about time for Florida to Start a Story that oranges Are never at their Best until they have been Frostbitten. We. French convicted second degree murder at Zanesville gets a new trial because one the jurors expressed an unfavourable opinion before the trial. A Farmer citizen Wheeling says that $1,000 invested by him several years ago in Birmingham ala., is now $5o,0ih>. Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling Railroad. In effect november 29, 1885. Neto Standard time. Trains going South. Acom Acom no. 17 stations. No. 1. Modal a. Modal a. And no. 3. No. 5. No. Cleveland. 6 45 a. 4 10p.m. 3 30 am Black River 7 00 a a 4 20 a a 4 00 a a Elyria. 7 20 a a 4 40 a a 4- i0 a a Grafton. 7 40 a a 5 00 a a 3 10 a a Medina. 8 25 a a 5 48 a a 7 10 a a chips Walak 8 34 a a 5 57 a a 7 35 a a Sterling. 8 55 a a 6 14 a a 8 30 a a Warwick. 0 21 a a 6 40 a a 9 40 a a Fulton. 9 30 Quot 6 48 a a 10 00 a a Massillon. 9 55 a a 7 10 a a 6 00a.m. 11 10 a a Navarre. 10 08 a a 7 25 a a 6 15 a a 11 35 a a Beach City. 10 22 a a 7 37 a a 6 32 a a 11 50 a a Strasburg. 10 33 a a 7 49 a a 6 45 a a 12 35 a a Dover. 10 45 a a 8 02 a a 7 00 Quot 1 05 a a new philae. 10 59 a a 8 10 a a 7 09 a a 1 30 a a Goshen. 8 15 a a 7 15 a a 1 45 a a Tuscarawas 11 05 a a 8 25 a a 7 20 a a 1 55 Quot Uhrichsville. 10 15 a a 8 30 a a. 11 40 a. 7 30 a a 2 15 Quot Newport. 11 47 a a 7 40 a a 3 00 a a Stillwater. 11 50 m. 7 50 a a 3 20 a a Tippecanoe 12 09 . 8 00 a a 3 45 Freeport 12 24 a a 8 20 a a 5 00 a a Flushing. 1 01 a a 8 52 a a 0 20 a a Bridgeport. 2 10 a a 10 05 a a 8 45 arrive at wheel inn by Street car from Bridgeport depot. Trains going North. Stations. A com ipod at a n 2. La com no. 4. Inoda a. No. I so i Flushing. Freeport. Tippecanoe Stillwater Nev port. Uhner Osvill. New Dover. Strasburg Beach City Navarre Massillon a Fulton Warwick Sterling. Cd hip Walak Medina j Grafton i Elyria. Black River 11 30 m. 12 38 a a 1 10 a a 1 26 a a 1 36 a a 1 46 a a 1 55 a a 3 15 pm. 4 30 a a 5 00 a a 5 15 a a 5 25 5 35 a a 5 43 a a 400 6 15 a a 7 10 a a 8 00 a a 3 20 a a 8 55 a a 9 00 a 5 40 . 2 15 a a 5 43 Quot 9 00�?o 5 58 a 2 23 5 51 a a 0 15 a a 5 53 a a 5 57 a a 0 25 a a 6 00 a a 2 37 a a 6 05 a a 9 50 Quot 6 00 a a 2 49 a a 6 14 a a 10 45 6 21 a a 2 58 a a 6 27 a a 11 30 a a 6 32 a a 3 09 a a 6 40 a a 1210pm 6 45 a a 3 22 Quot 6 55 a a 12 40 a a 7 00 a a 3 37 a a 7 10 a a l no a a 7 21 a a 3 58 a a. 2 10 a a 7 a a 4 06 a a 2 .4 a a 7 55 a a 4 32 a a 8 12 a a 4 48 a a 4 1j�?o 8 25 a a 5 00 a a 5 48 a a 8 55 a a 5 30 a a 7 09 a 9 25 a a 6 02 Quot 7 45 a a 0 40 a a 6 20 pm. 8 25 a a 10 00 a a 6 35 a a 10 30 a a Cleveland with fast trails East also with Cleveland and Detroit steam ers for Detroit and All Points in Michigan and Canada at Elyria with the l. S. A m. B. Kyfor Wellington Crestline Columbus Etc. A bus sell with a. A 1. W. By. For Ashland. Bur Hauk Wadsworth Mansfield and intermediate Points at Warwick with c. Alt. V. A c. B y for Orville and Akron and it. Venon at Massillon with 1. It. W. So c. Key for Canton Wooster Etc. At Dover with c. A m. Ray for Cambridge. Marietta Parkersburg and intermediate Points at Uhrichsville with p. And St. Ray for Steubenville Coshocton and Zanesville. Columbus Cincinnati Etc. At Bridgeport with 0. A p. B y Tor Bellaire Pittsburgh Etc. Of Wheeling with b. A by for Washington Baltimore Etc., and with Ohio River steamers. Tickets Sale at All stations and ticket offices. Oscar Townsend. General manager. We. N. Grout Ueno a i eight and ticket reports times office Jun. 21, flour Best family 7> bbl. A a a a sack. A a a a new proc. Wheat a Bushel. Corny new Bushel. Oats new Bushel. Rye a Bushel. Butter Pound. Eggs Quot a dozen. Buckwheat flour Pound. Hams�?1$ Pound. Shoulders 4 Pound. Sides a Pound. Lard a Pound. Tallow i Pound. Beefed Pound. Salt Goshen a barrel. White Lime barrel. Akron cements barrel. Calcined plaster it barrel. Land plaster ton. A a a a a i barrel. Potatoes Quot a Bushel. Dried apples Quot a Bushel. A a a a a a a a Pound. Rags pm Pound. Onions a bushels a Hay a ton. Clover seed a Bushel. Timothy seed a Bushel. Wool. Fertilizers Quot is ton. 1886. A a 65 1 45 1 70 1 in it 4f> 28 66 a 16 18 04 07 05 06 06 05 07 15 25 20 35 25 00 50 40 49 350 05 i 60 9<a 10 5 50 1 60 27 a 30 35 do it. A. L. Hupp physician and surgeon new Philadelphia Ohio. Office Over Mathias a Mcfarlane a store. Office hours 9 a. Till 10 a. 2 3 . 6 tills . V. Ream jr., attorney at Lew notary Public Aud conveyancer. Office a Corner Public Square in Judy building new Philadelphia Ohio. By

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