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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - July 8, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday july 8, 1886. Number 28 n new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore proprietor. W. Ii. Watson editor. Thursday july 8, 188g. in citizens. National rank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,000. 4t3rthe 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 50 4t<pltemittances should be sent by draft registered letter Posto Filee order to the address the proprietor. A address All matter intended for publication to the editor. Laws newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use it whether he has ordered it not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without forming the publishers and the paper is sent to the former direction they Are held responsible Quot notice should always be Given removal. If subscribers refuse neglect to take papers from the office place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to discontinue. Official directory. District. Congress. State senator. Common pleas judges. Beriah Wilkins a co. W. Rites Ujj. C. 1 Lance a Quot l j. S. Pearce county representative. Probate j Edge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Francis Ankney a. W. Yeagley a. F. Wilkins a. C. Figert 5. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey 1. L. Kennedy j. J. Neumann s. Rufer w. E. Lash it it. Benner . Ii. Hoover j. Wherley w. Rogers l. Krant/.,Sec slanders democratic soldiers. City. Daniel Korns. James h. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip in trnian. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. C. C. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. Win. Campbell. Andrew Erwin. Mayor clerk marshal Street commissioner a Council justices. Names. Townships. Daniel Krebs. Janies w Stoutt George Bear. I Isaac couts. Henry Deible. T Richardson. R 1 Galbraith. T k Robinson. Philip a Larver John Smith. Jas Galbraeth. John Milone. Samuel Moore. T b Rankin. L s Winsch. And Timmerman. S y Iten Neker. L s Mckinney. We e Beck. Samuel c Kline. J h Gardner. Robot Coruthers John Wetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. T ii m Ozena. Joseph Healen. Chas f Davis. C c Fernsel. Levi Travis. J w Newbury. Jos 11 Hostetter Nich Montag. Wesley m Tracy John b Jones. Hiram Echman. David Breymeir Lewis c to liars. L a Cornett. John s Spring. Charles ii Ellers John w Rolli. Hugh t Minnis. C w Kinsley. P 11 la urn. M s Wagner. J l Baldwin. Lay. Wayne. Perry. I Washington Bucks. Sugar Creek. Warwick. Warren. Franklin. Goshen. Rush. Mill. Goshen. Rush. I Clay. Perry. Fairfield. Sandy. Goshen. Lawrence. Warren. Washington Wayne. York. Bucks. Salem. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Franklin. Auburn. Dover. Dover. Dover. Lundy. Auburn. Warwick. Lawrence. Sugar Creek. Salem. Jefferson. Fairfield. Jefferson. Goshen. Oxford. York. Union. Union. Post office. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Cadwallader. Paoli. Baltic. Shanesville. I Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhri Cliville. New Philada a. Gnadenhutten. Gnadenhutten. Cadwallader. New Philada a. Mineral City. New Philada a. Bolivar. New Cumberland Albany. Dundee. New Philada a. Baltic. I 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 philae a. Newcomerstown Black baud. Uhrichsville. Leesville. Church directory. every sunday at clock p. Sunday school meeting every wednesday every lords Day morning at 10 30 a. In. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 9 clock a. In. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. German every sunday at 1030.a. In. And 2 15 p. In., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday morning service each Mouth concert in the evening. T her Sabbath school at 9 m. Prayer meeting every wednesday eve King at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath inborn nos and evenings. United rret1iren.�?preaching every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. Lodge directory. chapter no. 38, r. A. Al., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. Taylorl h. 1. Daniel Getzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177,f. A. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mcilwaine w. G. L. Taylor see a. Gifts Lodge no. Meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block cry thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. C. Duncan. K. Of r. And s. O. Philadelphia Lodge. No. 197, it ets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows f. K1slig, x. G. A. Correm., Letec. Sec a. 0. Lodge. No. 130, meets Ery monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall to Block. C. Stem p1i Fly x. G. Skol rec. Sec a. 0. Encampment meets every cond and fourth Friday each month at id Fellows Hall City Block. J. J. Parr c. 1�?T. A. Correll scribe. 0. . U. Cd a no. A meets every third Lur Day evening in each month at Odd few is Hall City Block. K. J. A. Dodd Comdr. Hirst Secretary. A contemptible congressman from Pennsylvania named Brumm declared the other Day in debate a a that the soldiers who were democrats in the army were those who got in after the conscription act was passed and they were in reply to this base slander . Campbell Ohio said i denounce the statement the gentleman from Pennsylvania . Brumm that the democratic soldiers the Union army were conscripts As a vile malicious slander. It is Aslander every democratic Soldier. It is a slander every Republican Comrade a democratic Soldier and it is a slander the gentleman a own Republican colleague whom i Sec before me. Or. Bingha who served Long and gallantly the staff that a Superb soldiers who led the democratic ticket in 1880. That remark cannot pass unchallenged a rebuked when 1 am present. I come from a country where a majority the men who went to the Union army were democrats. 1 represent a District in which there Are living democratic soldiers by the thousands and where every graveyard has its quota democratic Soldier dead. 1 live in a state which sent one Hundred and fifty thousand her democratic sons across the Ohio River to face destruction 011 a Hundred battlefields and i belong to a nation whose integrity and glory is due to her democratic soldiers. I for one shall not stand idly by and hear those heroes living and dead vilified by the name a a did the democracy the North wait for the draft does not every Man this floor recall the outbreak the War then . Campbell pictured the grand Awakening at the North after Sumter was fired 011, showing How democrats in his own and other states rallied to the Flag quoting from Grants a memoirs a Blaines a Twenty years a Lincoln a declarations and other Republican authorities to prove that Brumm lied 011 the floor the House in his slander democratic soldiers a a lied like a dog to put it mildly. Oik it it mgr Ess i x a l c a nth i it at e. Hon. Beriah Wilkins certainly has reason to be proud the endorsement he has received at the hands his constituents. Notwithstanding the democratic usage in the premises he has been nominated for a third term but if Ever a Man earned and deserved such treatment at the hands his constituents that Man is . Wilkins. His Devotion to the interests tie District is a subject National comment. Or. Wilkins has always had a ready ear for every Petitioner and every Case Merit has received his Earnest consideration and support which always Means Success. Recognizing the fact that there Are Many democrats in the District who would represent it with ability the Sig Nal is the belief that the delegates to the Coli action convention made no mistake when they for the third time placed the party Banner in the hands . Wilkins. Attentive and industrious he has done More for his District than any other member from the state Ohio and will continue to do so in the future. The sixteenth District is certainly to be congratulated in its Good signal. Governor West Utah it is time that the courts the United states called a halt in the naturalization citizens. It is time that they began to sift the Cockle from the wheat and let Only those candidates who Are worthy pass through the Hopper. No Man should receive through the judgment a court the inestimable Boon citizenship unless the court is satisfied that he is worthy. The Law is ample and the fault has been with the courts. All that has been required a Man to make a full fledged american citizen has been the showing that he has resided in the United states the statutory period. No inquiry has been made As to his knowledge our institutions tie Laws before he has been Given the ballot. The native born is required to wait Twenty one years from the Date his birth before he becomes a voter. The foreign born May declare his intentions two years after he lands 011 our shores and the ballot is placed in his hands. No court should Naturalize any Man until it is satisfied by competent evidence that lie is not inimical to our Laws and form government that he understands something his duties As a citizen that he will appreciate the Blessing bestowed and that he will obey All the Laws and give his unqualified allegiance to the Republic. Citizenship in the United states is not a matter right and it is time we began to pick our company. Reno my nation Beriah Wilkins. Crawford Post no. 6, meets try first and third monday night at their i quarters in Centre Block. Geo. W. Bowers commander. The democracy the sixteenth District held their convention at Coshocton last week and Beriah Wilkins was renominated for Congress 011 the Twenty sixth ballot. Or. Wilkins is a grand gentleman and an unswerving Democrat. has been the most efficient member from Ohio in providing places for his immediate constituents and his labors Are not unappreciated and he will be returned by an immense majority. Or. Wilkins has Many warm friends in Harrison county who Admire his Brilliant Sentinel july 1. Al Council meets by first and third Friday each month in Ignis pythias Hall. A h. Miller Regent. 5. Bixler Secretary. Ronal Council no 52, its every second and fourth wednesday cd month at g. R. Lylall. E. Ease my an pres. Bowers Cor. Sec a. Ancis r0mig, 4ttorney-at-Law and notary Public. Office a citizens National Bank new pm Iladel a Ohio. Muel Moore Torney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio professional business entrusted to his care Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining count Nuvill receive prompt and careful attention e Over citizens National Bank a Farmer living near Luverne Iowa asked a Butcher the place if he wanted to buy a fat cow. said he did and that he would go after it soon. When the Butcher arrived at the Farmers he found that the latter had no fat cow but had been joking with him. The Farmer wont joke that Way any More for the Butcher brought suit against him and obtained judgment for $5. _ president Cleveland in his veto the Dekraft pension Bill said a a Large proportion these Bills have never been submitted to a majority either Branch Congress but Are the result nominal sessions held for the express purpose their consideration and attended by a Small minority the members the respective houses the legislative Branch the this statement brings out a defect in the Federal Constitution Viz. The failure to require even the vote a majority either House to pass a Bill. The Constitution does say a a a majority each House shall constitute a quorum to do hundreds Bills Are rushed through As these private pension Bills were without any attempt to find out whether a quorum is present not. When the great Hatch pension Bills passed the Senate some weeks ago Only three four senators were present most the time. President Cleveland a Wise action will undoubtedly Check the abuses special pension legislation by inducing Congress to consider and pass Bills 011 their merits and not because they Are pension Hills. No one disputes pensions should be granted 111 All deserving cases but the soldiers themselves have come to recognize that their services Are being brought into disrepute by the number fraudulent claims that Are urged Congress. Court news. Congressional methods. That Pittsburg Coachman who has inherited $100,000 by the death an Uncle in England is an unfortunate fellow. has probably forfeited his last Chance eloping with his employers daughter. Beside that Rich Coachman never Elope. They done to have to. The clock had struck Midnight in the residence a congressman and still the Young Man in the parlor did not go. The Young fellow had been away for two weeks and the girls father was willing that he should have a fair show but this was too much and at last he went to the head the stairs and listened a minute. A Mollie a he called sharply. A yes papa a came the Silvery voice his child with a slightly smothered accent. A a it is after 12 a yes papa and we Are doing All we can to expedite the accumulated business. We will adjourn by and by the helpless father unable to answer the argument returned to his let cd in Yore Star. Thomas Johnson a wealthy Farmer Madison township Guernsey county made a contract with his wife previous to marriage by the terms which she was to give up her right Dower in Johnson a lands in Case he died before she did. Johnson is dead and his window demanded her third the lands. The Case was tried in common pleas court and the verdict was in favor the widow. It was carried up to the circuit court which sustained the decision the lower court. The Case is interesting As showing that such contracts Are not Good in Law. If a Man has property and does no to want to share it with his wife lie must outlive chronicle. Bowman Bros Are the agents the county to look after those who refuse to list their moneys and credits for taxation. They have done considerable Good work but the complaint comes to us that they refuse and neglect to investigate tiie affairs the leading republicans the county and that they look after delinquent democrats widows orphans and Labouring men principally. This complaint no doubt bears some truth with it. We have favored this work and do yet commend it but if the investigation is to take a partisan course we shall give it no further favor. The Good results the work Are All lost unless the investigation goes 011 impartially. We demand the commissioners that their agents shall treat All taxpayers alike regardless their politics. See that this is done Ohio Patriot. A Tuscarawas River Bridge goes Down. Navarre Ohio july 1. Gottleih Ebersole a Young Man living Between Wilmot and Beach City was taking a traction engine Over the Tuscarawas River Bridge Between Here and his Home when the Bridge gave Way and he and his engine were precipitated to the River Bottom a distance about 15 feet. The engine was damaged badly. Ebersole was buried under the engine in the mud but fortunately crawled out without injury. The Bridge is Over 25 years old and the county will now have a Bill damages to for the carelessness the commissioners. A Well preserved piece human fish is living at new Holland in the the person mrs. Margaret Arnold born in Augusta va., july 4, 1777. She was married eighty five years ago and now lives with her youngest son who is seventy two years old and sprightly As a Spring Chicken. Mrs. Arnold has two Sisters living in Iowa one whom is one Hundred and twelve and the other one Hundred and six years old an average for the three one Hundred and nine years. A great Many people Are anxious to know if the White and coloured people will he in the same room when they get to heaven. This done to bother us in the least. What bothers 11s most is will we get there ? if we do we Are not particular whether we occupy the Blue Green yellow Black room even the Coal House. Getting there is the thing. Captain Webb seems to have died in vain. A fool by the name c. D. Graham Buffalo is getting ready to go through the Whirlpool rapids in a barrel which he has built for that idiotic purpose. His girl has probably Given him the Mitten. Nothing less than that can justify such deliberate suicide. Hon. John Mcbride Massillon president the miners association seems to be the coming Man for Secre rotary state the democratic ticket. With Mcbride at the head the ticket and the other candidates As Good the democrats will carry Ohio next fall. A a a Small boy was asked to select a Kitten from among several the others being doomed to drowning. A few weeks later he was called in to Admire twin Sisters. To the Surprise his fond parents he asked after a few minutes deep thought a which Are you going to keep mama id keep that summary Tuscarawas county litigation. An impression seems to prevail that there has been More litigation in this county during the last few years than formerly. A11 investigation the records our court common pleas shows this to be a serious mistake. During a period ten years from february 9 1872, to february 6, 1882, there were 3,705 cases brought an average 376 per year. During four years from february 9, 1882, to february 9, 1886, there were 1,308 eases brought 327 per year. The court calander for the february term 1872, showed 165 cases indisposed . The calander for the february term 1877, continued 422 cases. February 9, 1882, there were about 220 cases indisposed . The calander for the May term 1886, contained 324 cases and the next term which begins october 5,1886, will contain about 400 cases. Since april 1882, there have let Een two judges in this subdivision the terms our court have been at least double As Long and the expense to the Public More than double that previous years. As a matter news we sub join the following detailed summary court record cases brought from 1872 to 1886 from feb. 9, 1872, to feb. 9, 1873, 282. A a a a 1873, a a a 1874, a a 1875, a a 1876, a a 1877, a a 1878, a a 1879, a a a a 1880, a a 1881, a a a a 1s82, a a a 1883, a a a 1884, a a a a 1885, these statistics Are a a 1874, 345. A a 1875, 468. A a 1876, 480. 1s77, 500. 1878, 523. 1879, 384. A a 1880, 287. A a 1881, 258. 1882, 231. A a 1883, 291. A a 1884, 288. 1885, 372. A a 1886, 356. Taken from the civil appearance dockets and Calan Ders. The criminal appearance docket shows that there have been 630 criminal cases brought since july 20, 1878. On monday last Frank gents Cli son 1. C. Gentsch druggist this City met with a very serious Accident. Several playmates were celebrating the Day National Index Cadance by discharging a toy Cannon. They had loaded the treacherous miniature implement War and thoughtlessly left a can powder in close proximity. A spark ignited the can powder and there was a simultaneous explosion both the Cannon and the powder. Frank was terribly burned the left leg right breast and in the face. At present writing tuesday both eyes Are closed from the injuries received and it is feared the right Eye is entirely destroyed. The face is badly burned and the wounds contain a considerable Quantity powder which it is hoped May be Only surface deep. The left wrist is also seriously burned besides other portions the body. Frank is a Bright Young boy and bears his sufferings with remarkable patience. Although he cannot see he endeavours to forget the excruciating pain which he suffers from time to time by conversing cheerfully and freely with those who surround him. Our people deeply sympathize with the parents and their unfortunate Little son hoping he May not become crippled disfigured for life. _ William Gerber a Young Man aged Over Twenty years committed suicide in the cheese House Gottleib lad rach one mile and a Quarter from Ragersville about 12 clock tuesday night. had been in company with Jonas White this place at the Good House in Hagersville that evening and when he left there appeared to he Low spirited. A son . Ladrach a was preparing a bed for Gerber who was then in another room the cheese House. There was a table in this room upon which there was lying a revolver belonging to Young Ladrach. Gerber it appears picked up the weapon placed it to his right Temple and tired the Ball passing through the head lodging under the skin near the left ear making a terrible wound and causing instant death. Ladrach rushed into the room and found Gerber still his feet leaning Over the table quite dead. I11 a few months More Gerber would have come into Possession a considerable sum Money now is in the hands his brother John Gerber wholesale cheese merchant new York As guardian. Young Gerber had late become somewhat dissipated. And this together with a love affair is supposed to have led to his sad ending. Richard Janes returned to his Home in new Philadelphia monday this week after an absence several months in diff Erent parts the Western country where he went for the Benefit his health. While absent he met several Tuscarawas people among them Al. Bates who is now engaged in the real estate business at Arkansas City ka., and doing Well. Dick also met miss Bertha Daugherty formerly teacher in our Public school. She is now in Wichita Kansas and has already accumulated considerable real estate which is steadily increasing in value. Bertha is the embodiment Energy and by frugality and Industry is becoming the possessor her share worldly goods. She is teaching school at a fair salary converting her surplus Cash into real estate. Bertha is an educated industrious Little woman and her friends Here will be pleased to learn her Success. Or. Janesz health has been greatly improved by his Western trip and he Speaks very highly the country through which he passed. Primrose the salvation army who was arrested in new Philadelphia a few weeks ago by sheriff Burns Steubenville the charge bigamy had a preliminary hearing one Day last week and in default $1,004 bail was jailed. We Are now informed that Mary Ella Wright Chester pa., is wife no. 1 that his second wife and one child died at Harrisburg pa., a few years ago and that wife no. 3, formerly Jennie Stier is still in Steubenville. We also learn that Primrose had an Eye single to wife no. 4 in this place. Salvation and Saltpetre will not save the Rascal from the Ohio pen and society will thereby be relieved a Crank and hypocrite. Editors have a first rate time in Texas. The ladies a town out there have Given to the editor the paper an embroidered shirt which contains a pictorial history Texas including the War with Mexico and the meeting the first legislature and also pictures the fruits and cereals the state All worked in red worsted. The editor never wore a shirt in his life and he thought this was a Banner for the Temperance procession which was to come off the next week. So he made a Little speech thanks in which he said he would a a fling it out forever to the breezes heaven that they might kiss its folds and that until his hand palsied it should never be trailed in the dust never a the ladies did no to understand him and when he talked about its trailing they blushed and said they were sorry that they made it too Long. But a committeeman took the editor aside and explained the shirt to him in a whisper and the next Day he appeared at the office with that shirt mounted Over his coat and wrote four columns explanation for his paper. The shirt is much admired by the boys the town and whenever the editor goes out for a walk they follow him in regiments studying the history Texas and the line arts off the Back it. The average new philadelphian is justly proud our City band and it was exceedingly Gratifying to Tho Sec present at Dover 011 the 5th, to witness the applause which followed the rendition several selections by the organization that Day under the leadership prof. Rudy Snyder. Or. S. Has been unceasing in his labors contingent with a thorough and systematic Drill the band and to him More than anyone else Are our people indebted for having in their midst a musical organization such decided ability and Worth. Now if the City Council would erect a band stand 111 some suitable place near the Public Square we have no doubt but that the band would consent to entertain our citizens with an occasional free open air evening concert during the summer months. We know that a Large majority new philadelphian will endorse and appreciate such a movement. Our own genial Sammy Schlup has finally jumped Over into the Hymen Al Clover Fields and was married 011 wednesday last week to miss Emma Rinehart. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Wisner at the residence the brides parents. The newly wedded pair Are now enjoying a tour visiting parents and friends the Groom. The times extends congratulations and wishes . S. And his worthy wife a Long and Happy voyage through life a journey. There will he a Lawn fete at . John Williams thursday evening for the Benefit the a Young Peoples foreign missionary society m. E. a cordial invitation is extended to All. The East Liverpool band now with the Phoenix club camping in the Park near this City have kindly consented to furnish music 011 that occasion. Speaking the court House dedication at Millersburg 011 saturday last a correspondent writes from that place to the Cleveland Plain dealer As follows a a eight brass bands and two drum corps one the latter being the celebrated corps new Philadelphia one the Best in Ohio furnished the our esteemed Friend e. J. Maloy marshal Dennison gave the times office a Friendly Call wednesday. De. Is among the Best officials in his line in the state and merits the credit that is awarded him As an expert faithful officer. The u. B. Church held a festival at Pike run saturday evening last and cleared $45. Rev. Gorby who has lately taken charge the congregation at this place and Pike run is doing Good and effective work among his people. The subject Rev. Cooke a Sermon at the presbyterian Church next Sabbath morning will be a a parental Rev. Cooke a sermons Are a practical nature and highly appreciated by his Large congregation. During the month june the sing sing Penitentiary cleared $6,000. Considering the number financiers there Are within its Walls the Only wonder is that the institution did not Clear $6,000,-000. An examination the records show that there Are now More cases 011 the court calender than at any other period in the history the county excepting in 1877. By the next term court the number will probably reach four Hundred. The German reformed Church festival last Friday and saturday was very successful the receipts living something Over $90. Proceeds will be applied for Benefit the Sabbath school. The democratic county Central committee will meet for organization at the commissioners room in the court House new Philadelphia monday july 12th, at 3 clock p. John and James Conn spent a few Days with parents and friends Here last week. They Are both skilled mechanics and at present Are employed 011 the new court House at Troy Ohio. Citizens Lima Ohio Are indignant Over the county commissioners in renting the first floor the old court House to a Saloon keeper. The new Philadelphia water company was incorporated at Columbus 011 tuesday last week with a capital Stock $100,000. The wife . L. A. Cornett port Washington died last Friday. She was an estimable woman and had been an invalid for several years. A Kingston n. A lawyer Lias requested the local authorities to take an assessment $1,000 off his Neagli Liori a property and place it his own. The millennium will no doubt begin at Kingston. Rolling Mill notes. Al it out Twenty the rolling Mill men went to Niles last week to visit friends in that place and returned 011 saturday resuming work in the various departments 011 monday the scale having been signed. Every department the Mill is now in full operation. James Ward formerly the Mill in this City is now managing a blast Furnace in new Castle a. Frank Blinko returned from Martins ferry last week where he had been attending the funeral his Mother. Poles have already been delivered along the route for Telephone connection Between the Mill Here and Reeves bros., at Dover. The pile Furnace in the muck Kvool. Mill which has never been used since the Mill was built is now being placed in order for immediate use. The Mill received a Large order for plate Iron last week from diebold Safe company Canton. This order alone will keep the Mill running at least three weeks. T. B. Robbins bookkeeper spent a few Days last week with parents and friends at Niles and returned 011 tuesday. A new Box Furnace is now being built at the Mill together with Many other improvements. Mercury attempted to get out at the top the thermometer wednesday and reached 140 degrees in the Mill. One Hundred and thirty men Are now employed in different departments the Mill. The Falcon Iron and Nail company at Niles have signed the scale and will continue to run in All departments. The Sheet department the old Mill at Niles is in operation and the puddling department is being repaired preparatory to an Early Start. Samuel Crowley Niles has removed with his family to new Philadelphia and accepted a position in the pipe works. James Dray Niles is visiting Joseph White 011 East front Street. George Gibbon West High Street has returned Home Here from Niles where he has been visiting friends for the last week. The bar Mill in the old Mill Niles will resume operations to Day thursday has been Idab for three years. Puddling department is expected to Start next week. Philadelphia july 6. Wool firm with Good inquiry Stock Light and prices unchanged Ohio Pennsylvania and West Virginia 32 036c new Yor Michigan Indiana and Western 30036c Fine washed Delaine x and xxx 32 536c medium washed combing and Delaine 35 5 37c Canada washed combing 33 5 34c tub washed 32 5 38c medium unwashed combing and Deline 26 5 28c coarse do 26 5 271 Eastern Oregon 17 5 35c Valley Oregon 240 26c new mexican and Colorado 16 5.24. Boston july 6. Wool firm demand Good sales Ohio and Pennsylvania fleeces at 32e for a and 34 5,35c for xxx and above Michigan and Wisconsin x and above 32 5 321c Michigan x fleeces 32c no. 1 34167 36c Ohio Delaine Fine 35 5 36 unwashed wools 20 5 27c pulled Wool 26 5 40c for superfine and extra. Liverpool july 6. Cotton firm and unchanged middling Uplands 5d middling Orleans 5 3-Lgd sales 12,000 Bales including 1,000 for speculation and Export and 9,900 american. St. Louis july 6. Wool Active and firm medium clothing 21025c combing 22024c Low and coarse 13020c Fine Light 18 5 22c heavy 16020c Black 16020c. Der spider und Der Fly. Transfers real estate. Re Union 51st and Soth Ohio volunteers. Charles pollen Adams. A lady writes to the Boston journal a your Little 2-year old Hoy is very fond Medicine. No matter what the kind he takes it with evident relish and teases for it All occasions. The other Day he came running in and said he was sick and tired and his legs ached and he must have some. To pacify him his Mother gave him a teaspoonful cough syrup. After lapping out the spoon lie looked roguish by up to her and said in an appealing tone a got two legs mama inns have Canozer spoonful for be Ozer a. Bates the Exchange Bank having purchased what is known As the Bigler Tannery this City is now putting the same in repair with a View commencing operations at an Early Day. It is the Best Tannery in Tuscarawas county and under the financial management . Bates cannot help but be successful. In years gone by the products this establishment had gained an excellent reputation and found a ready Market in Many cities. Or. Bates will run the Tannery to its full capacity under the supervision an expert Workman. I reads in Yawn Obj a Story Book a couple weeks ago Yon Lirse Rade poem Vot i dinks Der Peoples All should know. Id ask Dis Goot conundrum too Vicli be should profit by a a a will you indo mine parlor Valk a said Der spider off Der Dot set me dinking right Avay und Ven von afternoon a she emulator he comes 111, und dells me Pootz soon he Haf a Silver mine to sell und ask me eco i Puy i Dink off Der Berence off Dot Plue pot be Fly. Der Oder Day Ven 011 Der ears i vent from Cleveland cult i meets a Fraulein 011 Der train who Dold me Mit a pout she likes Der Deutscher Shen Clemens und dells me sit Pes do Here i says a a mine Friendt i no Fly Kef you Peen a 1 wend undo Der smoking car there Daliey was blazing Boker und also Haf some dings they Calls Der funny a a Leedle some Money id slinging hands they wanted me to try i said a a you too Brevious i done a Peen a Fly a Down 011 Der Park a smart Young Man says a Strauss How you Peen a und Dake me kindly by Der hand und ask off mine Katrine he vants to Shange a Fiefty Bill und say bees name Schneider Maupe perhaps he All right More like he a spider. Most everyday some swindling Chap he tries lines Leedle game 1 cuts me Oudt Dot spider Bielee und Pood id in a Frame right in mine store i hangs id up und near id 011 Der Shiv 1 keeps a glub to Send Vick out those spiders �?o011 Der a Plain dealer. A lesson in the Tariff. A Workingman said to me the other Day a a the democratic party ought to drop this Tariff a a Why a a because american Industry ought to he a a protected How a a a by a a would you want it any higher than it has been since 1867 a a Well no that will a a How much has it protected you a a to a great a what did you have in 1870, say for instance a a a i owned a Little Home that was paid a a How much do you own now a a nothing but my household goods. We were forced into so Many strikes George w Mckee to Thos f Mckee 3 35-100 acres and lot in Dennison $1, 570. George m Grove to Lewis g Krantz 70j acres Lawrence township $582. Henry s King to Robert w Lyons 70 17-100 acres Salem township $1,965. Sheriff Bowers to Philip Giggle 83 acres Warren township $2,400. George w Bensons Assignee to John Weigand 149 acres sugar reek township $5,548. William Wolf to Adam Wolf. 50 acres Clay township $1,200. John Kevin to John Milone lot 189, Uhrichsville $100. John Milone to Susannah Nevin lot 189, Uhrichsville $100. George Hackenbracht to Adam Kline 55 7-8 acres Salem township $3,408. 11 l Morris to Louisa Schneider 98 acres and lots 31 and 32, Gilmore $5, 000. J a Minnie austins Mother at Mingo be i Monis to it l Morris 9s acres j said she had rather see her daughter and lots 31 and ,�2, Gilmore $1,900. I dead than go to a Lawn fete with an <>1 ii c amp j m Morris to r l Morris 98 i a a tio Nable Young Man and the girl acres and lots 31 and 32, Gilmore $700. Reached in a drawer pulled out a re. Volver and blew out her brains. A 111 Lark to Joshua p Grimm part j lots 59 and 60, new Philadelphia $4,500. George w Mckee to Luella Mattern part lots 9 and 10, Dennison $120. Simon Kiser to be Lle wig 4-5 acre j Clay township $100. David caseber to c b Pershin Getal i 76-100 acres Dover $53.50. Frederick Bernhard to Henry Tritt i lot 29, Dover $700. George w Cherry to Samuel Fultz strip land new Philadelphia $1,500. Scorching hot weather. The committee 011 joint re Union the 51st and Soth it. I., met at the citizens National Bank june 12,1886, to Complete arrangements for the reunion to be held at Camp Meigs Ohio Dover fair ground september 8th, 1886. Captains 1 larger and Deis were appointed a committee to secure the grounds and make arrangements for serving meals to visiting comrades at reasonable rates. Captains Korns Welch Wilson and a. A. Welty were appointed a committee to give general notice through the local press and personal notice As far As possible to members at a distance. It was the desire the committee that each surviving member these Veteran regiments resolve himself into a committee 011 invitation and urge All to come. Done to forget the Day and Date As it is the anniversary the occupation Atlanta. The largest line window curtains and Areli poles Spring and common rollers in the county three Good Spring rollers for half a Dollar. All Wall paper at Cost. We will reduce this Stock if prices Are any object. Fancy goods Choice picture frames albums etc., at half their value family bibles at Cost. Wells new Philadelphia Ohio. A few Fine Dru store 28 w 2 that 1 was forced to part with my House the Caddes Brothers this place and and John Slagel Lockport had an alter i cation 111 the Alley near Mckee a livery stable monday evening. Bystanders interfered and the Racket was finally stopped. Une the Brothers plead j guilty to disorderly conduct and was lined three dollars and Cost. The other one stood trial charged with disorderly conduct and carrying concealed Wear 011s. was found guilty though the testimony was very conflicting. The mayor assessed a Fine $10 and costs amounting to something Over $23. A Man in new Orleans accidentally swallowed six false Teeth last week and now he Holts his food right Down in lumps and Chews it after it reaches his stomach. says he is satisfied because he can go Clear through the Bill fare and get Back to business before the other Borders get their potatoes mingled properly with the Gravy. likes it first rate and he Lias taken out a Patent for the principle. State and county rights for Sale. Charles m. Aten new Lisbon is 81 years age and thinks he is the Only surviving member the Ohio delegation who voted for the nomination Martin Buren for president in 1836. was a member the Ohio legislature in 1837 and 1843, when he helped elect Hon. We. Allen to the United states Senate. believes that he is the Only Democrat Olive who voted for we. Allen 011 these two occasions. Mrs. Henry Kuhn and Charles and William Brantz Massillon were the guests . And mrs. Andy Snyder this City Sabbath last. The former is the Mother mrs. Snyder and the latter nephews . Snyder. Tuscarawas county will have two candidates for member the states Board Public works John d. Cunning and Samuel Fertig. The thermometer registered 104 degrees in the times office 011 wednesday nearly melting the a a Devil Down to his socks. Miss Ida Slong Man West High Street who has been visiting her father for the past two weeks returned to Akron last thursday. New York july 6. The weather in this City to Day was the warmest the season thus far the thermometer registering 86� to 90� alive Zero according to location. Advices to the associated press indicate that the hot wave is general in the East. The following temperatures Are reported. Hanover n. H., 90� to 94� in the Shade which is unusually High in that Region Franklin Falls 102 four consecutive Days the hottest remembered Boston mass., 96 to 99 Albany x. Y., 97, the hottest since the establishment the signal service station there twelve years ago Scranton pa., 93 degrees. Dos monks la., july 6. The thermometer to Day indicated 104 degrees at the signal service station the warmest since the station has been established. Crops Are suffering greatly for want rain. Salvation army pow wow Massillon o., july 3. A four Days session the Northern Ohio division the salvation army opened Here this evening. A Large number delegates accompanied by two military brass bands have arrived and All participated in a grand Street Parade to night. It it ther delegations will be Here from Sandusky Akron Fremont Youngstown Steubenville Salem Ravenna Kent Alliance and other places to swell the Royal procession 011 monday afternoon a at which time the volcanic eruption and fire from heaven will also be witnessed a to to followed at night by a a grand National meeting and indescribable the immense posters proclaim that hundreds soldiers the blood and lire Brand will be Here to unite with the mounted warriors in the grand torchlight procession 011 tuesday evening and tiie Council will close with a a a singing Pray ing skating jumping dancing give it Iod the glory for Sale. My place business in Phillipsburg is now offered for Sale. Good bar room Large Pool room hotel and Good stable ice House and half interest in skating a rink now used As a town Hall. Will j sell cheap and easy payments. Eight rooms in the House. Location and Hus 12t i John a. Shull. Unless the property left by the late colonel a. B. Folsom increases very considerably mrs. Cleveland his granddaughter will Only receive $20,000, instead $50,000, As reported. Democratic state Tion. Conven m Monitor oils a Vest at t a i. Ware store. Or a hard-28w3 a a what was your employer Worth sixteen years ago a a a not Over $50,000, if that a a what is he Worth now a a a a million a a sixteen years ago you owned a Home Worth $1,000 and $200 Worth household goods a a a yes that is about a a and now you Are Worth about two Hundred dollars a a a a a your employer was Worth less than $50,000. A a a and now lie is Worth Over $1,000,-000 a a a a and you both lived under the same protective Tariff a a a i suppose a a and you think the democratic party ought to Stop talking about revising a system taxation which transforms the Rich Many a $50,000 into a million in sixteen years while it changes the Workingman a $1,200 into $200 ? can you Point out just where the a Protection comes in and who gets a Little Over 100 per cent it a a a Well ill have to think Al amt no Law to hold him. The 1 Lino ya., july 2. A most interesting criminal proceeding has just been terminated in the circuit court Wirt county it being the ease the state is. Joseph Pauli indicted for the murder William Houtch in at burning Springs May 7, 1863 just before the formation the state West Virginia. Pauli was a Soldier at the time and evaded arrest for the crime but later he killed another Man Reuben Marquis 011 the streets Parkersburg for which he received a Long sentence in the Penitentiary. Recently he was pardoned by the governor upon condition that he go to Wirt county and stand trial for the murder Houtchins. This the prisoner agreed to and yesterday the Case terminated Pauli being released Bis own recognizance in $5,000 bail which is a virtual dismissal. In making this decision judge Jackson held that there was no Law under the Constitution West Virginia by which a criminal could lie punished for a crime committed let before the formation the state even though it was within the Borders old Virginia. The ques Ion involved is thus a very interesting one and the decision will be regarded with interest by the Legal profession. Married the 1st Day july a. I. 1886, at Hagersville Ohio by John b. Jones j. P., . Francis Kuhn and miss Mary m. Younger All Tuscarawas co., Columbus <>., june 1&Quot, 1886. The democratic state convention will be held in Toledo 011 the 17111 and 18tli August 1886. The delegates each congressional District will Convene at 8 clock p. 111. On the 17th, for the purpose electing one vice president from each District and one member for each the various committees. The convention will be called to order at 10 a. 111. 011 the 18th to nominate a candidate for Secretary state j Edge the supreme court common schools and member the Board Public works. The basis representation in this convention is one Delegate to every five Hundred and one for every fraction two Hundred and fifty votes cast for governor George Hoad Ley in october 1885. Under this apportionment Tuscarawas is entitled to nine delegates. The whole number delegates is 663-necessary to a Choice 333.j a. A. Clayton i ice cd u Deni. State Quinn utter. J. C. Tobias secy. Unclaimed letters. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Posto Filee july 5, 1886 p. O. Boyle mrs. S. Felony mrs. Nettie Hess we. Bentham . Sliding sign Painter mrs. Has. Plattenburg j110. Warden. E. Fridley i m. Any one desiring to sell Exchange buy real estate any kind chattels will do Well to Call it it a tiie proprietor the times who will act As agent for the same reasonable terms. No charges made for advertising in the times when you employ us As agent. No names parties Given to the Public but made known Only to those wishing to Purchase. Of All kinds sewing machines repaired. Also guns locks revolvers clothes wringers new rollers put Lawn mowers sharpened and repaired and All kinds Job work done by Isaac Johnson. Shop Corner fifth and water streets new Philadelphia it it. 25 White Lead linseed Oil All kinds colors All kinds varnish and hard in finish for Light and dark Wood mixed paints and everything wanted for painting at closer prices than any body else in the county in Large contracts. Pittsburgh and Cincinnati Lead always in Stock at my prices. 26w2 Wells dreg store a Western paper is asking its readers to say what in their opinion is the highest test honesty. This is a very easy question to answer. The highest possible test honesty is for a passenger in a horse car to his fare when the conductor has forgotten to collect it. American pen Art my graduates Are making from $75 to $150 a. Month teaching penmanship while others make As much writing cards in cities. Write for concerning the new method teaching. G. Bixler. 20-\v8 latin. And author Wooster g. For Sale. A Good two Story Metal roof Brick business House 21x66, in first class condition. Each Story 14 feet 5 rooms second floor. Suitable for dwelling and store Saloon. Good location opposite court Bouse. Terms part Cash and remainder in easy payments. For particulars Call Peter Eichel 011 the premises. 27tt House and i avs 15 per for Sale. A very Elihaj lot in new Philadelphia. 1 cent interest investment. Also other desirable lots and properties. John a. Himes new Philadelphia it it. 1 set you can buy More tinware and Gla Ware at the new 5 and 10 cent Ston next door to Miller amp songs drug Ston than anywhere else in this emigre ional District. Persons desiring to loan Money can have the same placed at 8 per cent., j secured by mortgage first class real Finley Mckenny supposed to be very j . Pm John a. Himes new Liila poor was dying at Morgantown Kentucky. With his last breath he told his wife to break an old Jug that had Long stood in the grime the smokehouse. She did so and $1,200 in Gold and Silver rolled out. It May interest horse fanciers to know what the Clydesdale horses which Are living brought to this country so frequently Cost. An estimate May be had from the fact that Riddell the famous scotch breeder recently sold .&Quot>6 stallions to a Kansas dealer for $15,000. Julia Clef Wilfinger Coshocton noun by has sued Jno. F. Wagner son sex treasurer Wagner the same county for $10, my for breach Promise. Prohibitionists Holmes county have nominated a a a a full county ticket. The Exchange hotel Buss wears a refreshing new coat new paint. The Register at the a Gilsey shows a wonderful increase in business. White sew Irig machines at Taylor a 11ard Wari More. 28w3 Delphia Isth artificial to it the 85.50 per set at . I. L. Mitchells dental office. New Philadelphia it. 17-Yl Gold fillings $1.04 Silver 50c. Cement 25e., at . Mitchells office not w Philadelphia it it. 17-y j if you want to buy Trade for a Good second hand piano Lud buggy Call at the times office. It is nearly As Good As new and Well painted and was made by one tiie be to workmen in the county. To get your engine Thresher reaper Mower repairing any kind done at Sharp soils foundry and machine shop. 22 All the repairs and extras for the English amp Dixon machines at Sharp a songs. 22 the new 5 and 10 cent store takes the cake and whole bakery for substantial goods and Low prices. The u. B. Church will give a festival Friday and saturday evenings july Leith and 17th

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