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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - July 29, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new volume Philadelphia o., thursday july 29, 1886. Number 31 new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore proprietor. W. H. Watson editor. Thursday july 29, 188g. Office in citizens National rank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. Or a the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in advance.00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 a a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Postof lice 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 n 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 notice should always be Given Reino Val. If subscribers refuse neglect to take papers from the office place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Hills and give notice to discontinue. Official directory. Democratic ticket a Dakota judge his dignity. Member Congress ber1ah Wilkins Tuscarawas county. County ticket. For commissioner w. E. Lash Lawrence township. Cor infirmary director Delong. Salem township. For Coroner a. E. Beck Goshen township. Democratic state Conven Tion. District. Congress. State senator. Bediali Wilkins Geo. W. Crites common pleas up ree county. Representative. Probate judge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. A editor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Francis Ankney a. W. Yeagley i. F. Wilkins j. Figert 1. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey j. L. Kennedy j. 1. Neumann . K. Lash r. Benner .0.11. Hoover j. Wherley w. Rogers l. Kraut Sec City. Daniel James ii. Elijah Philip commissioner John s. Graham. I Jacob i a. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. We. Campbell. Andrew Erwin. Justices. Names. Townships. Post office a Council Daniel Krebs a Lay. James in stoutt1 Wayne. George Bear j Perry. 1 Isaac couts Washington Henry Deible Bucks. T Richardson. Sugar Creek. R it Galbraith. Warwick. T k Robinson. Warren. Philip a Carver Franklin. John Smith Goshen. Las Galbraeth. Rush. John Milone Mill. Samuel Moore. Goshen. T b Rankin Rush. L s . And Timmerman. Perry. S v Kenneke Fairfield. L s Mckinney Sandy. Win e . Samuel c Kline. Lawrence. J 11 Warren. Robot a outliers Washington John Wetter Wayne. William Kinsey York. Philip Doerfer. Bucks. T j . T h . Joseph Healen Mill. Clias f Davis i Oxford. C c Fernsel. Franklin. Levi . J w Newbury Dover. Jos 11 Bostetter Dover. Nicoli Montag Dover. Quot Wesley m Tracy Lundy. John 15 Jones Auburn. Hiram Lehman. Warwick. David Breymeir Lawrence. Lewis it Zollars. Sugar Creek. L a Cornett Salem. John s Spring Jefferson. Charles ii Ellers Fairfield. John a Kolii Jefferson. Hugh t Minnis. Goshen. A Kinsley. It Oxford. A ii . s Union. J l Baldwin Union. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Cadwallader. Paoli. Baltic. Shanesville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. New Philada a. Gnadenhutten. Gnadenhutten. Cadwallader. New Philada a. Mineral City. I new philae a a. Bolivar. New Cumberland i Albany. Dundee. New Philada a. Baltic. Port Washington Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomerstown Strasburg. Ragersville. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City. Rogersville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Shanesville. Port Washington port w Ashington Zoar station. Stone Creek. Now Philada a. Newcomerstown Black band. Uhrichsville. Leesville. Church directory. Presb Yte Ria every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. Cd every lords Day morning at 10 30 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords pay each month. Sunday school at 9 clock a. Thorist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. In. V and 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. G Erman Reform every sunday at 103g.a. And 2 15 p. M., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. In the first sunday morning service each month concert in the evening. Luther Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United Brethren Day at 10 30 a. In. And. Meeting every wednesday night school at 9 15 a. P Niehing every Sun Rock p. In. Prayer sunday Lodge directory. chapter no. 38,11. A. No. Meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall. City Block. 0. P. Taylor 11. P. Daniel get Max Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, i f. A a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Millvale w. G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights it Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. W. Dan can 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. Correia Alec. Sec a. I. 0. 0. Lodge. No. 1.30, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stempfly n. G. P. Siam rec. Sec y. 1. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. J. J. Parr c. P. I. A. Corbell scribe. I. 0. 0 . P. U. C., no. S. Meets every third to lib Day evening in each month at Odd Felle rail City Block. I. J. W. Dodd come r. S. By Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday each month at g. R. Hall. E. K Userman pres we. Bowers Cor. Sec a. Prances r0mig, Columbus june 10,188g. The democratic state convention will he held in Toledo the 17th and 18th August 1880. The delegates each congressional District will Convene at 8 clock p. 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. On the 18th to nominate a candidate for Secretary state judge 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 la Oadley in october 1885. Under this apportionment Tuscarawas is entitled to nine delegates. The whole number delegates is 6g3�? necessary to a Choice 333. A. Clayton vice Clin dem. State committee. A. Tobias Sec y. 1. 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. A Bigler Secretary. Attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Iver citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. Cleveland Plain dealer a mrs. Sulli Van Troy it suspected her husband a prominent lawyer intimacy with a miss Hamilton a blonde lady alleged easy virtue. Monday night according to a published account with her 19-year-old son and Trio his friends she proceeded to miss Hamiltons room a gained an Entrance to tiie second Story by Means a ladder and found Sullivan in the room with the woman. Mrs. Sullivan seized her and while the son and his friends kept the guilty pair quiet with revolvers mrs. Sullivan turned a bucket mixed tar and creosote Over miss Hamiltons head and shoulders completely covering her person with the mess. Sullivan then hastily dressed and left and the wife and son soon departed it is perhaps reasonable that mrs. Sullivan should be indignant at the perfidy her husband but Why should she exhaust All her malice the girl her husband was equally guilty and being the father a boy 19 years age knew he was doing wrong in holding illicit relations with a girl tender years. Had mrs. Sullivan poured the tar and creosote the old Man and read the poor girl a lesson her immorality she would have done a better deed. A Sullivan hastily old mrs. S. Never looked at him but pitched into the girl he had tempted. Now if old mrs. S. Will give her a a prominent lawyer a repetition the dose she gave miss Hamilton then she can justly be entitled to sympathy and until she does so her act toward the frail Young woman will always be regarded As one jealous cruelty. A Little peasant girl in Italy knitted a pair stockings and sent them As a present to Queen Margherita her fete Day. With characteristic kindness the Queen sent the girl in return another pair stockings one containing Gold Coin the other Bon Bons and a note asking her to say which the stockings gave her the More pleasure. A dear Madam the Queen a wrote the child in reply a a i have had nothing but trouble with the stockings. father took the one with the Gold pieces and my brother the one with the the Cincinnati enquirer has information that lot Wrights Deputy marshals in that Ever to be remembered election �?T84, arc rapidly coming to grief. Up to the hour going to press one has been hanged for rape one for horse stealing ten Are serving terms in the penitentiaries various states and several who Are wanted by the police Are in Canada. In a few years All the delectable Crew who Are Lucky enough to escape the Gallows will be in prison. According to testimony in the Tracy will contest in Buffalo the testator believed at times that the Devil was actually at work around him. Or. Tracy it appears drank twelve pints Champaigne daily and retiring had a bottle Brandy and two bottles Claret put beside his bed for convenient reference. We Are inclined to. The belief that such habits would raise a pretty Good sized Devil generally. For shooting Robins a Man in Youngstown was fined $25 and costs one Day last week. The plea that he shot them to provide food for his family did not save him. English sparrows May he shot with impunity As the Law does not protect them but song Birds such As Robins orioles finches and others Are protected and there is a spirit abroad in tie country to see that the Law is enforced. A Amuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank. The attorney general has Given it As his opinion that the agent a brewery May sell Beer in quantities not smaller than a gallon anywhere in the state without being liable to the tax under the Dow Law but when he establishes a regular business place for the Sale Beer and liquors he becomes liable. The Xeric York Sun is out for Tilden in 1888 As the democratic candidate for president. Tilden is a great Man no doubt and will outlive a Good Many the younger aspirants. Tilden is Tough As Well As sly. Out a total popular vote nearly three million votes in the recent English elections Gladstone is Only about fifty thousand behind. This is a wonderful sentiment to create within a year. We will Stop taking testimony for ten minutes Saiu a Dakota Justice the peace removing his coat during which time the court will lick the attorney for the defence. The Constable will please remove the chairs and Small boys As we propose to Lam him Down the floor about Twenty times. When a lawyer refers to this court As a Square cornered Sage Hen tiie Alkali desert and accused it having been bought by the prosecution for $2.50, he will find that this judicial body is loaded for game found Only in the tall Timber namely by ars gentlemen Large Grizz la by ars. We propose to maintain our dignity while setting this Here Nail Kier Bench and will do so if we have to stay at Home circus Day and Pound lawyers. And if we can to do it alone we intend to invoke the Power the United states and get backed up by the supreme court and the regular army. If the attorney for the defense has any friends in the room they will be Given an Opportunity to shake hands with him and take any instructions he May wish to Send his family. The gentlemen will please form a ring and we would direct the Constable to pull him off if he attempts to bite pull hair. Take your position for the court is a coming a Estelline Dak Pell. Judge Albaugh renominated at it. Vernon. It. Vernon july 21. The democratic judicial convention the fifth District met Here to Day and renominated by acclamation judge John w. Albaugh Canton for circuit judge. Ten out fifteen counties in the District were represented. R. Campbell Ashland county was made chairman the convention. The following permanent judicial committee was appointed John Mcsweeny jr., Wayne county chairman g. S. Cunningham Fairfield Secretary w. T. Al Berson Ashland j. Williams Coshocton j. K. Newcomer Deleware i. Maxwell Holmes h. W. Switzer Knox j. A. Flora Licking j. R. Stone Siplics Muski Ngum e. W. Kennedy Morgan g. B. Thompson Morrow j. L. Conley Perry s. F. Ottinger Richmond John m. Meyers Stark a. T. Ready Tuscarawas. The business the convention was expeditiously accomplished. Cushing a manual in court. A raw citizen Idaho was elected a Justice the peace and the Only Labook was Cushing a manual. The first Case before him was that a Cowboy for stealing a steer. When the ease was called the Only lawyer in the Little town was there to defend the prisoner. A a As there is no Council for the other Side a lie said a a i make a motion that the Case be the Justice looked Over his manual. A a a motion has to he a a i second the motion a promptly responded the prisoner. A the motion has been made and seconded that the Case he dismissed a said the court. A fall in favor will please say a a the prisoner and his attorney voted Aye. A fall opposed say nobody voted. A a the motion is carried and the Case dismissed a remarked the court. A a a motion to adjourn is now in the prisoner made the motion and the court adjourned. A strange Story. Cincinnati o., july 22. A strange Story conies from Bradford Junction concerning a Farmer there. Simon Wilcox was formerly an enthusiastic Church member but tuesday when he surveyed the ruin his crops wrought by a hailstorm he began to curse god for allowing such destruction and vented a tirade horrible blasphemy. In the midst Lus curses he j was suddenly stricken with paralysis and could not leave the spot. There his neighbors found him and their Story is that they could not release him a that he was surrounded by a Circle intense heat and that when they tried to push him outside it with a pole the pole Burnt off and that it was not until towards evening that the mysterious heat disappeared and he fell Down unconscious and was picked up a raving maniac. Niles Russia Iron Mills to be started. New York clergymen have inaugurated a movement to suppress mormon immigration into this country. The trap. The Donnell Fribley combination shooting club new Philadelphia held a contest thursday for a Gold medal. The score is a Good one considering the club has been organized Only two months. Marshal Shull carried off the medal and the following score was made m Twenty shots Elijah Shull. E. Smith. D. Watkins. J. Watkins. Reuben Eichel. George Morgan. O. P. Black. De. Miller. Marion Reed. Thomas Benton. Charley Arn. Henry Bippus. Nat. Stine. P. Smith. Charley Harris. Will. Ward. 18 18 10 15 i 11 12 1g 11 13 9 4 11 14 9 15 Elijah Shull and e. Smith were a tie but a further contest gave the medal to . Shull. Notes. The medal is a very handsome one and consists a Silver gun with a Gold target attached. It was manufactured by Harris bros., jewellers this City. Jonas White is an old sport but has no inclination for the leather modal. Morgan is a whole brass hand within himself and a Good shot but sometimes misses the Bird. The Mill boys now keep quiet As deacons in the amen Corner and Nat. Has taken advantage the situation by reaching out Lively for All the Birds he can Wing. The club is going Totake Obi pm to the Blacksmith shop and have an extra weight put his Hind foot which a a yanks a up every time the gun is discharged. P. mean his right foot. Leub. Says if the old Man would Only go Down to the River and Duck himself a few times he would then everlastingly make the feathers Fly off the tin Birds. A Obi pm wears his leather medal with As much Grace and dignity As a youngster with his first pair red top boots. tournament. Warren o., july 22. The first National Bank this City and the Falcon Iron and Nail Mill Niles this morning signed papers leasing the famous Russia Mill at Niles to the latter company who will begin operations at once. It went up two years ago with the noted Iron Man Jas. Ward and hundreds were thrown out employment. The citizens Niles will assist the Hank in repairing the Mill. In less than a month this celebrated Iron town will he its feet and two Hundred men Given employment. Supposed suicide a Wool buyer. Coshocton o., j uly 22. Thomas Wilson a Woolen manufacturer and extensive Wool buyer Ros Coe this county took a dose Oil vitriol last night. It is not positively known whether lie took it purpose accidentally. He had been having considerable financial trouble late lie was a member the convention that adopted the present Ohio Constitution. He died at ten clock this morn ing. _ suit for damages. James Carson and Eli d. Shaw were in town yesterday Legal business. The latter gentleman was appointed administrator the estates mrs. Noah Mossholder and Willie Cohn who were killed in a Railroad Accident at Pekin not Many weeks ago and at once commenced suit against the c. Amp p. R. R. Co. For $20,000 damages�?$10,000 for each. Messes. Raley and fimple Are Chron icle. Or. Joseph Worley Rose township Carroll county while his Way Home in a buggy Friday week fell Between the wheel and the body the buggy and remained wedged in that position while the horse travelled almost a mile lie was finally extricated but his injuries were so severe that he died the following sunday. The new Philadelphia fire department will hold their second tournament thursday and Friday August 19th and 20th. Six Hundred and ten dollars will be Given in prizes As follows race for Hook and ladder trucks 1st prize $150. Same 2d prize $75. Foot race 100 yds., Handicap 1st, $50. A a a a a a a 2d, 15. A a 3d, 10. Fat Many a race 50 yes. Free for All Over 200 lbs prize $10. Hose company race 1st prize $150. A a a a 2d a 75. Bicycle race 1st prize Gold medal valued at $40. Same 2d prize Gold medal valued $20. Same 3d prize Gold medal valued 15. The department now have in Bank Over $900, and the sum will be swelled to a larger amount within a few Days. Our citizens have been very Liberal and Are determined that nothing shall be left undone to insure a perfect Success during the two Days the tournament. The hotel accommodations new Philadelphia Are excellent and our guests that occasion will be cared for in a proper and substantial manner. Reduced rates will he obtained All railroads entering in the City and from advices obtained to this Date the crowd will be the largest that has assembled in new Philadelphia for Many years. The grand Parade will take place at 2 clock thursday August 19th. Mill destroy id by fire. The flouring Mill belonging to sex sheriff Geo. W. Goudy and Adolph Lemley at Ragersville was entirely destroyed by fire Friday night last week. Flames were first discovered issuing from the top the Structure by will Wright that place about 12 clock and an alarm was quickly Given. The citizens and people in that Vicinity turned out promptly and soon had a bucket line formed hut the Mill was doomed to destruction and their efforts were directed toward saving the business Block and dwelling House Peter Steitz both which arc located opposite sides the Mill. By hard work both buildings were saved with but slight damage. The Mill originally Cost . Goudy $10,000, and during the time he was Sheri if $1500 in improvements was added to the Structure making it one the finest custom Mills in Tuscarawas county. The loss will be severely Felt by both the business men Ragersville and the Farmers that Section country for Many Miles around. Or. Goudy holds an insurance policy $5000, and . Lemley will Loose about $600. We sympathize with All parties concerned and Hope some Means May be devised for rebuilding the Mill at an Early Date. The liquor question. By some unaccountable mistake the City Council Delaware passed an ordinance recently closing up the saloons from 7 clock in the morning until 10 clock at night whereas the intention was to close them from 10 clock at night until 7 in the morning. The Tecumseh neb., City Council Lias passed an ordinance called a the gallon the provisions the ordinance make it unlawful for any person to have in his Possession at one time More than one gallon Beer liquor any one kind. When new Lisbon voted local option there was a very Light vote cast democrats almost to a Man refusing to vote and Many the republicans not caring to assume the responsibility. Of the votes cast almost All were in favor closing out the saloons. Iowa is still having bushels fun out its prohibition Law. The courts Are crowded with test cases and in the cities there Are just As Many a a drunks arrested As Ever. At this time year Tuscarawas and adjoining counties Are flooded with foreign lightning Rod paddlers whose sole object is to swindle the farming Community and they generally succeed in accomplishing their ends regardless the warning that is Given to Farmers from time to time through their local newspapers. All this could be avoided by patronizing men in the same line business who Are located within their own county immediate Vicinity. In new Philadelphia we have a gentleman engaged in the lightning Rod business whose integrity cannot be impeached a . O. P. Black. He has lived Here for a number years during which time he has done an extensive business and the first Man is yet to be found who has cause to complain. We cheerfully recommend . Black to the Public As an honorable Man in All his business transactions and one in whom the Farmer can place implicit Confidence. A serious Accident occurred the pan handle Railroad Friday last week says the Dennison paragraph at Fernwood about twelve Miles this Side Steubenville. No. 10 and third Section no. 7, passenger trains collided at that place injuring several the train men badly and causing great damage to engines and cars. John Shea Engineer no. 10, was badly Hurt and Thos. W. Burke Engineer no. 7, slightly. One the express messengers it is thought will die and a fireman is dangerously injured. None the passengers were injured. The Engineer no. 10, it is said overlooked his orders to pass no. 7 at that Point. Jesset Elliott the Ohio Democrat probate judge Yeagley a. L. Neely esq., ii. L. Custer and the writer will probably take part in the fat Many a race during the firemen a tournament provided about 100 pounds solid flesh each can he gained before that time. The probate eats six times a Day now and thinks lie can toe the Mark at that time. A a Uncle Jesse has quit taking anti fat and says he Hopes to go up in a balloon if he done to capture the saw Buck x dollars that is offered As a prize while our Legal Friend says he a a son a saw horse if he done to throw the dust in Friend Custer a eyes during the contest. E. P. Degrief is agent m new Philadelphia for the National Benefit association an Accident company Indianapolis Indiana and reports that lie is doing a Good business. A month two ago will Dewandler who is insured in the company was injured and received As benefits $90. Or. Millard Roll Turner at the Mills had an Eye injured by some foreign substance which disabled him for quite a while and he also received As benefits $ The rates Are Low and the investment is a Good one for men limited Means. It was a natural but unusual mistake that a setting Hen in Illinois made the other Day when a Cyclone drove her from her nest and filled it with hailstones. She returned after the storm and sat the icy pebbles till she was chilled through. A new York paper Calls Sam Jones a a a blasphemous but As same a profits average $50 a Day he will go with his work unmoved by the scorn and vituperation the children darkness. The Angel Dawn Laid at the threshold s. Moore proprietor the times Sabbath morning last a Rosebud culled from the Garden the gods a a brightened Little daughter. Mother and daughter doing Well. The excursion train from Dover to Marietta last sunday contained forty one coaches which wore crowded to excess with human freight. There was not even standing room for More than half those who were the train. If i i m it str new subscribers have been added to the times subscription list during the past two weeks swelling the entire number to Over 1200. The times is yet in its infancy being Only thirty weeks old. A Man last week was granted a divorce at new Lisbon and before the Ink was dry the paper he was in the probate judges office applying for a License to make another woman miserable. The employees at the pipe works went a strike last thursday against a reduction from $1.25 to $1.15. They have All been discharged and new men put in their places at $1.15. Samuel c. Auld a Thrifty Farmer Rush township this county realized 4,583 pounds Wool from his clip this year. Who can beat it in Tuscarawas county ? the Wool clip Clark county this year amounts to about 250,000 pounds which brings from 20 to 30 cents a Pound putting about $70,000 in the pockets Farmers. The clerk who clipped the july coupons from Vanderbilt a $s0,0o0,000 government Bonds 5vas locked in the vault for a week. It was a lonesome and wearying task. The new heating Furnace in the rolling Mill started up monday morning. This will keep the Sheet Mills Well supplied with slice bars. There a a new club in town a the a a Union club. That a right girls. A in Union there a strength divided we we re for the Sam Jones says he a would rather play seven up at $10 a game than Deal in As this is a free country every fellow can select his own game. Thomas Fineren an old and Well known citizen Dennison died at his Home in that place Friday last aged g8 years. Jacob Gepfert Strasburg is Selling Fine top buggies Worth $75 for $55, go Days time $55 for Cash. Al Ltd personal notes. Miss Maggie i Arbaugh is v id Ting friends at Leesville. Or. James Spence new Philadelphia was in town last Valley times. Miss Virginia Yeagley Jefferson county is the guest her brother probate judge Yeagley this City. Or. L. Peach and wife and miss Anna Fisher were at new Philadelphia last Valley times. A Squire ii. T. Minnis will leave tuesday for a visit to Virginia business to he absent three four Days. William Mitchner attorney at Law in Chicago paid a visit to his Mother and friends in this City last week. Or. And mrs. Will a. Mizer and two sons Bakersville spent Sabbath last with . Richardson and family West Iliadi Street. Miss Minnie Alexander Bridgeport Ohio is visiting at the residence c. Welty East fair Street. Miss Alexander was a classmate mrs. President Cleveland. Our Young Friend Norris Richardson son . Richardson this City has gone to Cleveland to work in the photograph Galley j. Ii. Ryder. We wish him Success. Thos. V. Millard Roll Turner at the rolling Mill at this place received a dispatch last saturday morning from Niles Ohio. He left monday for that place and will turn the Rolls in the Russia Mill preparatory to starting up. While passing through Zoar saturday evening last we met our old Friend Henry link who lives his farm about one mile from that place. His father is now 80 years old but he made a full hand in the Harvest Field this summer. Fred. Degrief was Home a few Days last week visiting his parents and Many friends in new Philadelphia. Fred now occupies the position Telegraph operator the c. H. Amp Railroad at Lima Ohio and this is his first visit Home for two years past an evidence that Fred clings close to his business which is saying a Good Deal for a Young Man his years. Mrs. E. P. Degrief entertained a few her friends with a Tea party at the family residence West High Street thursday evening. Among the guests present were mrs. A. H. Hardesty mrs. Callie Huffman mrs. Philip Deis and miss Annie Bertig Dover mrs. W. Sutton mrs. W. Ii. Miller and mrs. E. King new Philadelphia and mrs. Hardesty Columbus. The residence was brilliantly illuminated Anil the pleasures the evening wore greatly enjoyed by those present. Miss Bertha Daugherty returned to her Home in this City last week from Wichita Kansas where she has been for the past two years. She accompanied an excursion party to Toronto Canada and Niagara Falls and from there came Home to remain a few weeks. Wichita with a population 30,000, has seven school buildings any one which is larger than the school edifice in new Philadelphia and miss Daugherty is superintendent one these schools. She also owns some real estate in Wichita the value which is enhanced from month to month and at some future Day it will probably bring her a very handsome sum Money. She Speaks in glowing terms the country and people Kansas and could not be induced to again make her Home in Tuscarawas county. The Energy and Enterprise displayed by miss Daugherty is commendable and worthy imitation by some the posit sex. _ athletic club. County infirmary. Pics and landmarks Early Days. The Adelphi athletic club has been organized m this City with the following officers president Isaac Wenger. Vice president Alf Burri. Secretary Charles Espeche. Treasurer de. I it ick. Trustees�?a1 Schott John tharrett and Larry Winch. The club has leased Chapins Hall and organized with a membership Twenty five. Business meetings Are held the first wednesday each month and the Hall is open to members the club at anytime. The exercises an athletic club Are very healthy and the amusement harmless. It is a proper move the part our Young men and More creditable than the Art manipulating pasteboard throwing disc. Jacob doer Sciuk an old and highly respected citizen Tuscarawas county died suddenly at his Home Beaver dam near new Philadelphia this thursday morning. We stopped at the old gentleman a residence Friday morning last week and found him in apparent Good health and making preparations to visit town business. See no. 3 in our real estate column. We will offer a special inducement that property to anyone calling us with a View purchasing in new Philadelphia. Come soon if you want a bargain for our Price that will catch you. Miss Hattie Reynolds Lancaster was bitten the thumb by a Copperhead Snake while picking blackberries. Proper remedies were applied and All danger was removed. Ben Lane harvested a Field Timothy his farm in Lordstown last week which averaged six feet in length. The drouth did not have much effect out there. At the present time there is not a Bank in new York state paying a larger interest than 4 per cent the great majority Are paying 3� per cent., and this upon sums not exceeding $1,000. Friday last week in company with our old Friend . Geo. Arnold we paid a Brief visit to the county infirmary a few Miles East this place. We found superintendent Landis is Busy garnering the Golden Harvest. The farm contains about 400 acres As Fine land As can be found anywhere and under the care . Landis it has been placed in a High state cultivation. A hedge Fence has been planted both sides the Road from the poor House to the Uhrichsville Road a distance Over a Quarter a mile. A Large Field near the House is also surrounded by a Beautiful hedge Fence that is kept in excellent order. The Large barn and numerous outbuilding Are in Good condition and the same can lie said the Stock and everything connected with the farm. The has recently been re painted and otherwise improved. It contains forty rooms some which arc Large enough to contain bed sufficient to sleep Twenty persons. Everything throughout the entire institution is kept scrupulously clean and we venture to say that 110 similar Public institution in the state will Bear a More careful inspection then the Tuscarawas county infirmary so far As concerns its management under superintendent Landis and his excellent wife. The culinary department is conducted with Economy yet the inmates 102 Are provided with plenty wholesome substantial food. The a crazy House a As it is called is a one Story building and contains hut eight rooms into each which the superintendent is frequently compelled to put from two to three insane persons some whom become violent. At present some them have to he furnished quarters in the main building with other inmates. Tuscarawas is a Large and wealthy county and we feel assured there Are few if any tax layers who would lift their voice against the proposition to erect a suitable building for the Comfort and Protection these unfortunate people. In the present Structure we find both sex huddled together with Only a Small hallway separating them. The entire floor surface the so called a crazy House is not larger than a comfortable room should be and there Are no convenience whatever connected with the place. We Are informed that at one time the commissioners contemplated putting up a suitable building and had the ground measured off but from some cause the project was abandoned. A View the premises will satisfy any fair minded Man that something should he done whereby the condition these people could he bettered. Aside from this improvised building the county infirmary is in excellent condition a in fact we found nothing but that would Bear fair and just criticism. Or. And mrs. Landis seem to to people especially adapted for the position they occupy and the interests Tuscarawas county in this respect Are carefully guarded by the superintended and his worthy wife. Beaver dam Valley. On Friday last week we had a pleasant drive through Beaver dam Valley running East from new Philadelphia some six seven Miles before it reaches the Roek Ford Hill. There Are Many excellent farms the Valley and several others that could he made a perfect Garden spot with proper cultivation. The farm now owned by . Vinton was at one time considered Little value hut he reclaimed the land by a thorough system drainage and it is now in a Good state cultivation. Or. George Arnold purchased the farm upon which lie now resides for a nominal sum being considered at that time to be almost worthless. Now it is a perfect Garden spot and there is not a better 226-acre farm in Tuscarawas county. He has a Large ditch running through the Low lands and connected with this at intervals arc spurs Branch drains. He raises excellent crops and has Little no trouble with the water except when the Channel is not kept clean in some other quarters. Harvey Smith David Gilmore l. Smith Fred. Glouser and we. Johnson All have Good farms the Valley but some them could he greatly benefited with but Little outlay Money for ditching. We learn however that could a proper outlet he had a majority the gentlemen we have named would adopt the drainage system. Remus r. Gartrell near the saw Mill has Many Broad acres that com he greatly improved by a Little ditching. Iii land is nicely located. The Highway through the Valley in Many places is very narrow and several fences evidently occupy land that properly belongs to it it the Public. During had weather people who attend Church in that Vicinity and school children have no alternative but to tramp through the mud in the Oad there being no space for a path either Side. On the Ridge Rood crops could not he in better condition with the exception a Field Orn Here and there. Beaches Are in abundance and Many the Trees have bom broken Down by the weight fruit. Isaac new Tor owns a 50-acre tract the Ridge Nea theold Rehobeth Church that is a Perfo t Garden spot. He has a Fine dwelling House and Good barn and from his 50 Ceres he garners excellent crops. Farmers in general through that Section Are Thrifty and Well to do. Unclaimed letters. The f glowing list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office july 20, 1880 j d Holmes m w Butler Frank r e cuter a Ger a m Jackson Frankie Jackson George Johnston j no f Ruby Jno Schnider miss Lizzie Stuckey Sarah e Smat Sidney Thompson. E. Fribley p. Fort 50-Inch expert Columbia bicycle. Full Nickel Ball bearings and n Good order. Will sell for $75.00, Cash m. Ii. Willard 3. Boliver Wanted to borrow�?$500.00 slow for one two years. Good secur Ivy Given. Address Box 87, new Philadelphia Ohio. The tip i store r a a buit.d1xi Colin re. Suca from the Dennison Dan graph the first store kept within the territory Tuscarawas is located in Gnadenhutten the South Side the main Street leading from the Square to tile River and the opposite Side a Cross Street from the old Church and parsonage. The records shite that a a store House was raised at cub Nitten August 24. 1779, and the flt transfers real estate. Wing 1v Ter october 18th, David and pore arrived from bet Mileham and link Possession the store building three Days . Peter was the first and for nearly ten years the Only merchant in this Region country. The building is now and has been for Many years occupied As a dwelling by . Reuben Molm one the old residents Gnadenhutten. It is in a Good state preservation though course necessary repairs from time to time has changed its appearance slightly yet . Edward Peter informs us that the building and surroundings look much like they did in the a Golden time when occupied by his lather at the beginning the present Century. The 111 St store Ledger kept by David Peter is still in the Possession his son Edward Peter now one the oldest residents Gnadenhutten. We called . Peter last thursday afternoon and had the pleasure examining the old Ledger which is indeed a Well preserved and interesting relic bygone Days. The writing is very Plain and uniform almost As uniform As printing a Anil the Ink used must have been an excellent article for every letter and word shows As distinct As when first written. The Ledger was opened in it c Toher 1799, and runs to August 1806. The accounts arc kept in pounds shillings and Pence in the old Pennsylvania currency in which $1 is equivalent to 7 shillings g Pence a shilling equivalent to 13j cents and a Penny to 1 1-9 cents. Many the charges and credits Are quite interesting As showing the commodities that Day and we give a few the items As follows Joshua an Indian is charged october 22, it99, with 1 Blanket 1c, 2 shillings g Pence july 2, 1800, 1 Rifle 7 a 10 shillings Dee. 21, 1799, he is credited with 391bs. Deerskin 2�, 3 shillings 9 Pence and april 30, 1800, with 2010 Maple Sug at 1�. John Thomas an Indian is charged nov. 1, 1799, to 1 Blanket 15 shillings sept. 15, 1300, to 2 quarts Salt 3 shilling 9 Pence june 30, 1s80, he is credited by 2 Bearskin 15 shillings and nov. 1, 1800, by 3 Deerskin 13 shill Ings 0 Pence. John 11 Eck welder is charged july 5, 1800, to 7 quires writing paper 5 shillings 3 Pence sept. 2<�, Loo to 5jlbs. Vennison 03 Pence 1 shilling 5 Pence april 24, 1801, to postage paid for a letter from Licking 9 Pence. Joe Whiteye an Indian is charged nov.20, 1799, to sundries 2 lbs. 8 shillings 10 Pence and credited nov. 30, 1799, by. Bearskin in full. Benj. Mortimer missionary at Goshen is charged nov. 11, 1799, to sundries for John Thomas 3c 15 shillings and further lie is charged to 2 Nutmeg 2 shillings g Pence and 1 Pewter quart 0 shillings 9 Pence total 8 shillings 3 Pence. The names Many the Early pioneers Tuscarawas county Are found in this Ledger in David Peter s handwriting with whom they had store accounts. Among them Are the following John Alec Dewelder David Zeisberger and Benj. Mortimer the moravian missionaries John Knisely proprietor and founder new Philadelphia in 1804 Ludwig Knaus Ludwig Huebner first moravian minister at Gnadenhutten Peter Edmonds who died in Wayne county at the age 100 years Molly Demuth then unmarried Mother Jacob Uhrich dutch Valley and the late Joseph i Hrich Mill township Aquiila Arr one the first associate judges the county Michael Uhrich brother to old Jacob Uhrich and Uncle to Jacob and Joseph Uhrich Abraham Romich i Romi brother to the Grandfather Isaac Romig Uhrichsville Conrad Bremer great Grandfather present Bremers port Washington Asa Walton Uncle to Joseph Walton near Trenton Joseph Everett Godfrey i Westhafer John Mulvane Martin Tschudy Martin and Henry Keller Lambert e Fribley to Fred Kinsey 5 3-5ths acres York township $291. John Myers to Daniel Zimmerman 1 acre Dover $200. Samuel j Maurer to Jacob Kreig and others 11 g9-100 acres Auburn township s3o0. Peter Kollar to George w Kollar 311 car Fairfield township $1,600. Samuel a Hess to John Heinig g 40-100 acres Dover $1,000. Amanda George to Peter Petty 12 acres Perry township $650. George w Kollar to Emma Kollar 31 acres Fairfield township $1,600. Isaac Shaeffer to j f Baad and j l Maurer part lot 7, Bolivar $1,200. Sheriff Bowers to Andrew Deis 5 61-100 acres York township $825. Edward Bourquin to j r Snyder 141 1-100 acres Roslien township $14,000. Thomas j Harding to Maggie s Bur nay part lot 42, new Philadelphia $350. Margaret Benson to James Carrot i ers lots 8 and 9, Dennison $1,500. Auditor Uhrich Philip to Jos Friese lot 11, Trenton. Auditor John w Kinsey to Jos Friese lot 10, Trenton. Auditor John w Kinsey to Jos Friese part lot 13, Trenton. Auditor John w Kinsey to Jos Friese part lot 13, Trenton. A 11 a i ton aes ii Lyrl wigs a administrator to m ii Al wig 65. Acres Clay town 2.275, in sheets to Mary j sheets land d to it no ship $700. Pc. To r sheets to John b sheets it Gay Ford township $700. I Sparks to Jos Friese lot 12, �?�220. De to and old Brothers and Many others. The so emants these old pioneers still main and Are among the Best Popi the Tuscarawas Valley. As we have stated Many the Diane traded at . Peters store their names Are prominent the Ledger among them the following John Henry the old interpreter John Thomas Joe Whiteye Ignatius James Tenatus Joseph Jacob Moses Israel Metel Emend Abel Daniel petrus Anna Sopha Johannes Abigail and others. The old building is certainly one the most ancient and into rating landmarks not Only Tuscarawas county hut the state Ohio. Re Union 51st and Soth Ohio volunteers. The committee joint re Union the Olst and 80th Y. V. I., met at the citizens National Bank june 12, d so to Complete arrangements for the reunion to he held at Camp Meigs Ohio Dover fair ground september 8th, 1886. Captains i 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 c. 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 invitation and urge All to come. Done to forget the Day and Date As it is the anniversary the occupation Atlanta. Legal notice. Daniel Al Duhl whose place residence is unknown will take notice that the 30th Day june a. D. 1s86, Cora Abbuhl filed her petition in the court common pleas Tuscarawas county Ohio being Case number 2,5%, praying for a divorce from said Daniel Abbuhl the grounds wilful absence for More than three years and also Gross neglect duty. That said cause will be for hearing wednesday. October 6th, As soon thereafter As the same can be heard. Cora Abduhl. Ivy j. Patrick amp son her attorneys. 31w6 Jas it Hiller to Lewis a Hiller 55 acres Lush township $250. Margaret Thompson to v Mccosky part lot 89, Uhrichsville $600. John d Scott to Margaret Thompson part lot 89, Uhrichsville $300. Peter Nungesser to a j Nungesser lot 3, new Philadelphia $1,000. A Young coloured lady entered a Fredericton n. 11., store and asked fora pair flesh coloured stockings. The clerk immediately passed her Down an assortment Black ones and Ever since he Lias been expecting an invitation to seek another situation. For Sale. place business in Phillipsburg is now offered for Sale. Good bar room Large Pool room hotel Anil Good stable ice House and half interest in skating rink now used As a town Hall. Will sell cheap and easy payments. Eight rooms in the House. Location and business Glt x Al. 12tf John w. Shull. Any one desiring to sell Exchange buy real estate any kind chattels will do Well to Call the proprietor the times who will act As agent for the same reasonable terms. No charges made for advertising in the times when you employ its As agent. No names parties Given to the Public hut 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 25 for 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 House. Terms part Cash and remainder in easy payments. For particulars Call Peter Eichel the premises. 27tf for Sale. A very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per c it. Interest investment. Also other desirable lots and properties. John a. Himes new Philadelphia 18tf you can buy More tinware and glassware at the new 5 and 10 cent store next door to Miller amp songs drug store than anywhere else in this congressional District. Persons desiring loan Money can have the same placed at 8 per cent., secured by mortgage first class real estate by John a. Himes new Philadelphia 18tf artificial Teeth $5.50 per set at . I. Dental office. New Phila-17-vl 1. Mitchells Delphia it. Gold fill in i ment 25c., at a $1.00 Silver 50c. Cell. Mitchells office new Philadelphia it. 17-Yl let your engine Thresher reaper Mower repairing any kind Don at Sharp a songs foundry and Mae Hin shop. 2 All the repairs and extras for the i Glish amp Dixon machines at Sharp a songs. 2 the new 5 and 10 cent store takes the cake and whole bakery for substantial goods and Low prices. The f. B. Church will give a festival Friday and saturday evenings jul 16th and 17t.h. White sewing machines at Taylor a hardware store. 28wi Monitor Oil stove Ware store. At a hard 28 w pass Book containing receipts and other papers. Leave at times office with Watkin Watkins Barnhill. For Good second hand Phaeton nearly As Good As new and Well painted and was made by first class workmen. Call at the times office

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