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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - June 3, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday june 3, 18s6. Number 23 n new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore proprietor. W. H. Watson editor. Thursday june 3, 1886. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,600. J8s�?otlie new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in advance81 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Posto Tice order to tie address the proprietor. A a address All matter intended for publication to the editor. Laws newspapers. Crumbs for Standard bearers the bloody shirt. 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 informing the publishers and the paper is sent to tin former direction they Are held responsible notice should always be Given removal. If subscribers refuse neglect to take papers from the office place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to discontinue. Official directory. District. Congress. State senator. Common pleas go Jujj Beriah Wilkins Geo. W. Crites Ance Iree county. Representative. Probate judge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Usurer. . Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Francis Ankney i. Yvo. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins a. Figert g. W. Rowers John w. Kinsey j. L. Kennedy j. G. Neumann it s. Rufer Ltd. K. Lash 0.11. Hoover j. Wherley j w. Rogers l. I Rantz Sec City. Daniel Korns. James if. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. Win. Campbell. Andrew Erwin. Mayor clerk marshal Street commissioner a Council names. Daniel Krebs. James w Stout t George rear Isaac couts. Henry Deible. T Richardson. R j Galbraith. T k Robinson. Philip a Garver John Smith. Jas Galbraeth John Milone. Samuel Moore. T b Rankin. L s Winsch. And Timmerman. S y Kenneke. Is Mckinney. Win e Beck. Samuel c Kline. J 11 Gardner. Robot Coruthers John Wetter William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. T 11 Mozena. Joseph Healen. Chas f Davis. O 0 Fernsel. Levi Travis. J w Newbury. Jos h Lostetter Nich Mon tag. Wesley m Tracy John b Jones. Hiram Echman. David Breymeir Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett. John s Spring. Charles h Ellers John a Rollie. Hugh t Minnis. C a Kinsley. P h Kuhn. s Wagner. J i Baldwin. Justices. Townships. Post office. Clay. Wayne. Perry. Washington Bucks. Sugar Creek. Warwick. Warren. Franklin. Goshen. Rush. Mill. Goshen. Rush. Clay. Perry. Fairfield. Sandy. Goshen. Lawrence. Warren. Washington Wayne. York. Bucks. Salem. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Franklin. Auburn. Dover. Dover. Dover. Lundy. Auburn. Warwick. Lawrence. Sugar Creek. Salem. Jefferson. Fairfield. Jefferson. Goshen. Oxford. Y Ork. Union. Union. I lock no. 17. Dundee. Cadwallader. Paoli. Baltic. Slanesville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. J a Uhrichsville. New Philada a. Gnadenhutten. Gnadenhutten. Cadwallader. New Philada a. Mineral City. New Philada a. Bolivar. New Cumberland Albany. Dundee. New Philada a. Baltic. Port Washington a Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomerstown Strasburg. Hagers i lie. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City. Rogers i lie. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Shanesville. Port Washington i port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. New Philada a. Newcomerstown Black band. Uhrichsville. Leesville. Church directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lords Day morning at 10 30 a. 111. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 9 clock a. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. In. Sunday school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. German every sunday at 1030a. And 2 15 p. M., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday morning service each month concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 in. La Rayer meeting every wednesday eve no at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath Moru is and evenings. United Brethren preaching every sunday at 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. _ Lodge directory. chapter no. 38, r. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniel Getzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, t f. Amp a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mall value w. G. L. , Sec a. Knights pythias equity Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. W. Duncan in. 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. Coryell rec. Sec a. I. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430. Meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stempi Fly x. G. P. Skhi., rec. Sec a. 1. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. J. J. Park c. P. I. A. , scribe. I. 0. 0. . P. U. C., no. 8, meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. J. W. Dodd Comdr. S. Hirst Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. 6, meets every first and third monday night at their Liea quarters in Centre Block. Geo. Yvo. Bowers commander. Roy Al Council meets every first and third Friday each month in knights pythias Hall. W 11. Miller Regent. J. S. , Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday each month at g. Hall. E. Kas Eitman pres. We. Bowers Cor. Sec a. Lancis Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office r citizens National Bank new Philadel a Ohio. Speaking the decoration general Grants grave monday a Telegram from new York says not even that August Day when the body the great Soldier was Laid at rest was the Tomb general Grant bedecked with such wreaths Flowers Immortelle arid evergreens As will surround it today. North and West East and South have done their utmost to make the display a worthy one and Confederate and Federal veterans have vied with each other in sending tokens remembrance and affection Lor the dead Leader. The Central figure is a very Beautiful Floral tribute which arrived yesterday from the u. S. Grant Post Bay City Michigan. It consists a Mas Flowers a wire foundation eight feet High and six feet wide. It n it is worked in Immortelle Maiden hair ferns pampas plumes Cole dunes and Mareschal Niel roses the Michigan coat arms it surrounded by a Floral Eagle. On each Side Are Floral ladders the rounds which Bear worked in Flowers the words a Shiloh a a a Vicksburg a a a Orchard Knob a a a Lookout Mountain a and other scenes Grants victories. The whole is surrounded by a Floral Arch roses under which stands the word a a Appomattox a while underneath is a White Dove resting the word a a near by is a quaint and striking contribution just received from the Robert e. Lee Camp Confederate veterans Richmond a. The words a a let tis have peace appear in Blue letters in a Gray ground the outside a hollow pillar in which is a Large and elegant Virgina Cedar surrounded with Bright Flowers. From Confederate veterans Virginia comes a Laurel tree from the a a Battle the a p. Side tracked. A serious charge. Charles Val Landing la am Democrat clerk the Ohio Senate has repeatedly been charged with being a traitor to his party during the late senatorial conflict. Below we publish an extract from the Coshocton Standard which reflects very materially upon the integrity and manhood Vallandingham and if True the Mantle a departed and illustrious sire should be torn from the shoulders an ungrateful son. The Standard says a it now transpires that the cause the democrats failure in the Senate is attributable to Charles Vallanding Ham who was elected clerk the Senate by democrats. It is charged that Vallandingham who has had Many favors bestowed upon him by reason his fathers reputation has proven himself a traitor to his friends and party and betrayed the Senate into the hands the republicans the Promise that he would be allowed to keep his place As clerk during the summer. If these charges Are True and it can he proven that Vallandingham violated his allegiance and delivered his party to its enemy he should be despicable in the sight every True Freeman and honest citizen the land. And May his remorse be commensurate with his perfidy so that like Judas it May be recoded him that a lie cast Down the pieces Silver in the Temple and departed and went and hanged a John Kelly dead. Lemuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio professional business entrusted to his care l Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining count will receive prompt and careful attention be Over citizens National Bank John Kelly the Leader tammany Hall died at his residence in new York City tuesday afternoon after an illness nearly a year. For several months past he has been confined to his House. He was troubled with insomnia and occasional aberration mind. His death will make no difference to tammany As the sceptre had passed from his hand some time ago. Kelly was a poor Irish lad but finally succeeded in working his Way up the ladder Fame. Like the rest Mankind he had his faults and Good qualities. In Congress Kelly was chiefly noted for his Savage onslaught upon the know nothings and his defense Irish catholics. For the second term he was elected to Congress. Alexander ii. Stephens became his warm Friend and admirer and a curious pair the two cronies were As they walked about the streets the capital together. The once famous tammany Leader also held various other offices Trust. In 1874 he helped Tilden to the gubernatorial chair the Empire state in order to restore Confidence in tammany Hall. He quarrelled with Tilden a year later and was routed horse and Flag by the Sage Greystone at the St. Louis convention 1876. Kelly was a remarkable Man in Many respects always aggressive in politics and Seldom considerate consistent. He was born in new York Irish parentage april 20, 1822. A big monopoly. The Standard Oil company ships to the Pacific coast 3,300 cars yearly upon which it pays a special rate 721c per Hundred pounds against $1.20 charged All other shippers. The utter wantonness this outrageous discrimination appears from the facts. There Are about three thousand Gallons to the car Twenty four thousand pounds and the difference Between the standards and the Tariff rate is about forty eight cents per Hundred pounds a clean profit to the Standard Over other shippers in the matter westbound freight charges about $116 per car. On 3,300, the total yearly shipment the discrimination in favor the Standard yields that company $378,600 per an Unm. As this calculation is based tank car shipments there must be added $46 which outside shippers must pay for the return the cars a charge from which the Standard is exempt. This adds $160,000 More to the computation and there is a total annual profit to the Standard $529,600, by reason its not having to pay the rates charged to shippers outside that company. No wonder there is a demand for an interstate Railroad Law. A plumber was buried under four feet Earth in Youngstown the other Day after ten minutes burial he was dug out alive. It takes a Good Deal to pulverize a plumber. Wilkes w. Forney appointed postmaster at Leetonia in febuary last has been arrested charged with the theft $700 postal funds. He has secured bail and says the arrest is the result malicious work the part the faction displeased at his appointment As . The arrest was made by a. Holmes this City special examiner the Post office department with Headquarters at Cincinnati who informs us that Forney first wrote the department at Washington that he had lost his Safe key. Time passed by and the department again notified . Forney that he must immediately remit Money order funds received by him at the office in Leetonia. Or. F. Replied that something was wrong with the Safe combination and asked for a further Extension time. When . Holmes made his appearance and demanded books and funds hand for examination the . Then stated that he was Over $700 Short in his Cash account and gave As a reason that while himself and wife were at the p. O. Front door viewing a circus Parade some one entered a rear door and robbed the Safe that amount. During a further and private conversation . Holmes told the delinquent p. That he then had in his Possession letters written by . Forney to the department wherein different excuses had been offered for non remittance funds. Or. Forney then said to the examiner that he had loaned the Money to a Friend. After some delay the deficiency was made Good when . Forney was placed under arrest and the office turned Over to the Bondsmen. Or. Forney was placed in the Canton jail but afterwards secured his released by giving Bond. These Are the facts As stated to us by special examiner Holmes. Will oppose Wilkins. A card from marshal Shull. Judge Hunter Licking a candidate for congressional honors. Millersburg o., May 31 j. Ii. Newton the Newark advocate was in town today and says that judge Hunter his City is a candidate for Congress in the new District in which Holmes county finds itself. From Joe a conversation we Are strongly inclined to the belief that he is working in the interest Beriah Yvo ilk ins As lie is loud in be Riali a praises for his activity in getting appointments in his District. The convention will be held at Coshocton june 23, and is expected to be a hot and Long one As Coshocton Tuscarawas Muski Ngum Licking will All have candidates and also Holmes will probably come up smiling with a full fledged candidate and it will be a give and take convention. A pious set Fellows. So far As concerns our county officers we have no use for outside evangelists and we hereby notify Sam Jones Sam Small and Moody and Sankey to give new Philadelphia a wide berth. Our officials Are Meek and lowly have the fear an Al Wise Providence before them and repent for the mis doings a week past in sackcloth and ashes. Proso cuter Vilkin devotes his Sabbath morning As pro Tern. Superintendent presbyterian sunday school. Judge Yeagley teacher the old menus Bible class there and John Kennedy has never missed a Sabbath morning except the last one which the Accident mentioned in this paper precluded his attendance. Johnyv. Kinsey and John Figert Are attendants at the lutheran John Neumann attends Catholic in urn m Dover Ana George Yvo. Bowers the Vest High St. Disciple Church while sex sheriff Goudy and commissioner Rufer both sleep late and attend afternoon exercise the former at the Baptist across the Street and the latter at the German reformed Luthern. Were absent from duty. Evhen any member the fire department fails to report promptly for inspection in accordance with Laws enacted by the City Council he is subject to a line $3. On decoration Day members the department were notified to prepare for inspection at a Given hour. The boys had the $3 Fine in their minds Eye and were hand to the tick the watch and in Good trim presenting a line appearance. But the City a a dads a from some cause a a had gone around the Corner to see a fellow a and Only two member that August body put in an appearance a messes. Velty and Douthitt. A government mule kick harder than the boys did that occasion. They had complied with the edict the Council and were reasonable in their expectations that the Power behind the throne would follow by example the precepts Laid Down by that body. As matters now stands the fire department holds a full hand aces up while the a City dads Are disconsolate Over a Hob Tail flush. On thursday evening last the wife and daughter county treasurer John l. Kennedy while out driving in Fairfield township about six Miles from new Philadelphia met with quite a serious Accident. The horse which they were driving took fright and ran away throwing both ladies out the vehicle. Mrs. Kennedy sustained a severe fracture one ankle while the daughter was considerably bruised and rendered unconscious by the Accident. Both patients Are doing Well but mrs. K. Will be confined to the House for sometime. A Trio tramps consisting two men and a depraved woman applied at the residence Rev. Clayton in Newcomerstown last tuesday for rituals and while the lady the House was preparing something to give them one the gang stole a valuable Gold watch and Chain and All decamped. The loss was at once discovered and the thieves were arrested near Coshocton. Better give the tramp a cold shoulder than a cold lunch. They Are an ungrateful set vampires destitute character and unworthy Charity. The new York world says Ohio has now about the worst political reputation any state in the Union. The cause self government and free institutions has been severely damaged by the Ohio politician during the past ten years. Come to the democratic county convention june 12th. New Philadelphia May 31. In answer to the item c. P. Hays Youngstown the Man representing himself As a detective Perkins Agency Pittsburgh and better known in new Philadelphia Uhrichsville Dennison Steubenville and Columbus As Philo Hays and who represented himself As a detective from Salem Ohio to some parties in new Philadelphia i have this to say Yyi Hile in new Philadelphia Hays never spoke to me the subject the Bunko men but merely bid me the time Day and Shook hands. Pepper told me his Mission to new Philadelphia and when Pepper Hays say that i told the thieves and Bunko men their plan they state a malicious falsehood. Detectives never let their business be known to the whole Community which i can prove they did this occasion. They let the thieves and Bunko men know who they were and where they came from themselves and if the detective wants his reputation shown to the Public we Are prepared to do so in the next Issue the times. This is the first time i was Ever brought before the Public in this Light and if they knew the parties who a Curc me this act As Well As i do they would consider the source. As for myself i stand upon my past record As an official. The character and reputation c. P. Hays can be ascertained by consulting the state records. 11. E. Shull. Winning big Money Yve take the following extract from a Pittsburgh paper relative to a Case wherein James Yotard late the rolling Mill this place is involved. Or. Jno. Buchanan new Philadelphia is attorney for the defendant and was successful in gaining a verdict favourable to his client in a former and similar Case a the Spearman Iron company yesterday obtained verdicts aggregating $22,732.10 against James Vanl and his wife Lizzie b. Yard. Mrs. Yard gave promissory notes while engaged with her husband in tie Iron business at Niles The verdicts Are subject to a question Law to be argued before a full Bench As to the liability a married woman. Yrs. Yard is the daughter the late Yvo. H. Brown the Coal merchant this Circy and owns considerable property in this demented Man lost. Dennison <>., june 1st, 1886. Or. Editor dear sir my brother David h. Scott who is demented wandered away from Home May 23rd. Yve have searched for him every Sinee but cannot find him. He is about 30 years old 5 feet six inches High weighing 140 pounds dark complexion Brown hair dark Mustache dark eyes wore a faded jeans coat Small Cap White shirt with his name the front darkish pants and when he left Home he was accompanied by a Brindle dog medium size. If anyone should see him they will please detain him and greatly oblige his anxious friends by addressing Yyi Illiam p. Scott Dennison Ohio. Exchanges kindly disposed will please publish a a. A advocate. Or. Leroy Mcgregor a promising Young attorney at Law this City and miss Nora May youngest daughter . And mrs. David Judy were married at the residence the brides parents a wednesday evening this week Rev. Kuhns the lutheran Church officiating. The newly wedded couple loft the evening train for a tour to Columbus Cincinnati and other Western Points. A Large Circle warm friends extend congratulations and wish the Happy couple a Long life happiness and Prosperity and a pleasant voyage Over the matrimonial sea. Ben Goodman met with a very painful and serious Accident monday morning last. He was hauling Clay for the Hammond Brothers from across the Creek and was in the act loading a Wagon when a Large Quantity Earth fell and struck him the left leg breaking both hones and also severing an artery lie was brought to the residence his brother in town and . Lewis was summoned. The fractures were reduced and the patient is now resting Well although it will be some time before he will be Able to be about. A Dover k Nan. A Vilc in Dover decoration Day we met our old Friend Chris. Graff Slanesville. Or. G. Has been there at intervals for several weeks engaged in purchasing bark for foreign parties and monday last shipped Over thirty cords. It has been rumoured in new Philadelphia that . Graff has an Eye single the Bigler Tannery in this place. By e Hope this May prove True As . G. Is a thorough business Man and an excellent citizen. Memorial Day. Patrick Henry and Marion Reed left this place to Day thursday for the West where they go to sock a new Home and business location. They Are both Young men with Good business qualifications and a Deal Energy. The former conducted a drug store in this place for several years and lately both Brothers were connected in the publication the Argus. Yve wish them abundant Success. Takes charge is generally Well As in the past decoration Day was observed at new Philadelphia in a very appropriate and fitting manner. The Bright and pleasant sunlight made the opening As desirable As could be wished. Fortune smiled upon the Brave again and seemed to Speed them their sacred errand giving to each a feeling happiness in being Able to do their departed comrades Honor a Day especially set apart for such tributes. People were present from almost every part the county and it is said to have been the largest crowd that Ever assembled in new Philadelphia a similar occasion. At half past 2 clock the procession moved Down High Street to the cemetery in the following order n. P. City band gun squad Andrew Crawford Post Andrew Crawford Post no. 6 g. A. R., new Philadelphia fire department children the children a Home children Union schools. The procession was marshalled by past Post commander f. Douthitt assisted by past officer Day c. Rittenhouse. At the cemetery the usual ceremonies decorating soldiers Graves were observed. The oration was delivered by Rev. John Vilson the m. E. Church and the Benediction by chaplain Dunn. Prof. Kuhn a choir rendered in an expedient manner the Beautiful song a Yve will strew their Graves there were ninety five children present from the Home under charge lion. Simpson Clarmount and his assistants. The Little ones were neat and clean and their general appearance indicated that they were in Good hands and being Well cared for. A Prodigy. On monday mrs. I Teeter near Trenton brought her fifteen month old boy baby to Phillip Strickmaker to have its photograph taken. Elmer for that is his name is a jumbo and no mistake. He is a Beautiful child with Light Blue eyes and Rosy checks. A magnificent head Auburn hair which Hanges in ringlets to the shoulders is As heavy As that a child ten years old. The Mouth is Small and when opened disclosed a line and full set Pearly Teeth. Elmer weighs 66 pounds and measures 28 inches around the Chest 33 inches at the Waist and 20 around the thigh. The child enjoys the Best health is exceedingly Good natured and is perfectly formed and developed in every respect. Over one Hundred persons including Many ladies were at . Strickmaker a gallery to see this wonderful child. The Mother is a woman medium stature weighs 135 pounds and is rather pretty and modest. Yve had made arraignments for an illustration the Prodigy hut for some cause were disappointed. In the second volume his memoirs general Grant made the followings Artl ing declaration a a anything that could have prolonged the War a year beyond the time that it did finally close would probably have exhausted the North to such an extent that they might then have abandoned the contest and agreed to a in the Mouths most men this would be put Down As an extravagant and indefensible utterance but Grant was usually careful about what he wrote and he was writing a subject he knew More about than any one else. The american Hen is not doing her duty. There Are sixteen million dozens foreign hens eggs brought into this country every year free duty. The american liens must scratch around says a new England paper if they Are to avoid the reproach allowing the egg Industry to be crushed Competition the cheap pauper fowls the effete monarchies the old world. By huh incubators to help them the american hens ought to make a better record. This Story is told a Boston doctor. In a crowded Church the Deacon with the contribution Box made his difficult Way up the aisle and held that receptacle for the Cash the charitable suggestively before the Young Man. A a i am vely sorry sir a the doctor said to the infinite scandal and astonishment All about him a shut the woman with a Pink Feather in her Bonnet has taken my purse and i can to have her arrested until after service so you la have to _ a Flower lesson. Improvements about town. Common pleas court. Assignment cases to june 15th. Postmaster Fribley the signal flags and informed the state the weather we Are to experience about Twenty four hours before the Racket commences but tuesday last he was unexpectedly struck with a water spout. He hoisted the wrong Flag. Clark Danforth returned Home from Columbus monday this week where lie had been for the past two months engaged the City directory. Clark is a Good Printer and a genial Young Man with Many warm friends who were glad to Sec him by Paul pastor. Thou Mayst take a faded Flower and water it with bitter tears a twill freshen for a Little hour and fade again for endless years so when our Joys like roses die lets say Farewell and not Repine for when the Winter has gone by new roses shall be yours and mine democratic co workers in every township Are urgently requested to attend the democratic county convention at new Philadelphia june 12th. This invitation is extended by the executive committee. Tier ladies the lutheran Church this City will give an ice Cream and Strawberry festival in the lecture room the Church thursday and Friday evenings. A cordial invitation is extended to All. Peter Eichel has fifteen Nice turtles prepared for free soup at his place next saturday night. Mrs. Allie e. Minnis has gone to Eaton Ohio to visit friends there. She will also spend several Days with her brother Yvo. A. Y Ogley at Lebanon where the latter is attending College. In some parts Ohio millions Young Grasshoppers Are developing into a prospective army crop destroyers. The Ohio state teachers association holds its annual session at Chautauqua june 29th and 30th, and july 1st. Go to the ice Cream and Strawberry festival at the lutheran Church thursday and Friday evenings this week. Yvo. D. Groff and family Wooster Are visiting at the residence . Samuel Foltz North Broadway. This has been a year general cleaning up in new Philadelphia and our Little City has not for the past decade presented such an improved Bright and cheerful appearance. Business people especially seem to have taken kindly to a suggestion made by the new Philadelphia times sometime ago by treating their respective establishments Interior and exterior with a Liberal allowance paint and paper. It seems to have Given a new impetus to Trade and serves As an Index to the Energy and Enterprise our various trades people. Below we note the names persons and their establishments that have come under our observation the Exchange hotel c. Harvey proprietor has been tastefully and elaborately decorated with line Gilt paper unique in design and exquisite Beauty the work i. G. Gentsch and the a a twins a ditto amp Compton at a Cost not less than $1,000. The a a Gilsey a although recently remodeler and furnished in elegant style has received careful attention at the hands the present enterprising and affable landlord . L. Yva lick. Many improvements have been made placing the a a Gilsey in the rank among first class hotels. John Schwab and Jacob Eichel have painted the entire front their business Block Broadway opposite court House. They have also repainted and re papered the Interior their respective business rooms. The work was done by messes. Pacli amp Schenk. Or. Jacob Miller grocer next Block has also painted the exterior his building and added other improvements which greatly enhance the appearance his establishment. In the same Row and the same Street Schoch bros., wholesale and retail dealers in confectionery have painted the front their room. They have also fitted up a Nice ice Cream parlor which is furnished in elegant style. Mrs. Norton Milliner next door an energetic thoroughgoing business lady is not behind the times and has embellished the exterior her neat and tidy store room with an attractive coat paint. The 5 and 10 cent store adjoining mrs. Norton e. Ii. Double proprietor late Canton also received a Liberal share paint while the Interior was by no Means slighted. De. Ilisson Barber in the basement f. Miller a songs drug store has completely renovated his place and repainted his signs and stairway. J. Saunders Exchange Block has Given an artistic touch to his to sorial parlor both rooms signs railing basement stairway not even forgetting the Gas lamp Post the Corner. J. I. Loutzenhiser druggist across the Way has done a commendable act by cutting Down an old cellar door even with the sidewalk thereby preventing some pedestrian falling Over the formidable obstruction in the dark the Moon and dislocating a neck. Julius Dittmar has also made a perfect Little Palace his shaving parlor and Bath rooms. Andrew Bippus a son grocers always up with the times have Given the front their establishment a Lively coat Saint and otherwise improved tilings in general. The Raiff Block opposite has also received considerable attention and the Wood work now wears a Nice dress White paint. Peter Smith Barber in the Southeast basement City Block caught the same disease and his establishment is now regaled with an airy dress red White and Blue. Alexander the Clothier Judy Corner done to care what color it is so its red and the front his establishment is enlivened by that particular Lively color adding greatly to the appearance his place. Now we re getting thirsty and will Haye to turn Back and go to John Schwabas for a Glass new Philadelphia lager. John has painted his entire building inside and outside and completely renovated the whole establishment giving it a Nice clean appearance. Schoch confectioner and Baker Northeast Corner Public Square has painted the entire exterior his building and it now presents an inviting appearance. Geo. In Ephinger grocer who lately moved into the room occupied by Israel Correll has been seized with the spirit Enterprise and Bis store room bears witness to the fact. Yville Clark who conducts a first class confectionery in addition to ice Cream Parlours Lias expended considerable funds in paper paint etc., and deserves credit for his Enterprise. Many other improvements have been made by different persons in various localities our Beautiful City. Yve learn from a private source that our old Friend Michael link dry goods merchant Ragersville met with an Accident last week which will result in the loss an Eye. The remaining one is also in bad condition and . Link May lose his sight entirely. Rev. John Yyi Ilson pastor the m. E. Church will preach sunday morning a the Golden age christianity the in the evening he will by request re preach the Sermon a a by roman a saturday last week j. J. A Hephinger this City accidentally ran an ice Hook into his right Eye from the effect which lie will probably lose the use that member. The wound was a very painful one and . H. Suffered intense agony for some time. Rev. E. Medsker preaches in the new Philadelphia Baptist Church every 1st and 3d Sabbath each month morning and evening at the usual hours. Married in new Philadelphia May 27, 1886, by Rev. John Vilson Yov. Edwin t. Torode and miss Polly Radford both this City. Rev. Cook will preach in the presbyterian Church this City next Sabbath morning and evening. Tuesday june 1. 95. Ohio complaint Phoebe Kirby is Joseph Spray. 177. John c Lintner is John a bid Well. A wednesday june 2. 103. F Emma Moore is William e p. Of said Day except in the pro democratic county convention. The democrats Tuscarawas county Are requested to meet at the usual places holding their primary elections in the respective townships and election precincts Friday june 11, 1886, from 3 clock p. To 6 clock Foster. Thursday june 3. 104. Alice Ann Albaugh is Hiram Richardson. Friday june 4. 110. John Joyce . Is James Lious Chey it Al. Monday june 7. 111. Victoria Reese is c r Ebright. 116. Christian Maybaugh is e c Cotton. Tuesday june s. 123. Sarah e Haskett is j t Donnell it Al. A wednesday june 9. La is. Jamet g Henderson is Jason Henderson. Friday june 11. 122. Frank c Siegel is c e Brothers. 141. Lilly May Douglas is James Kennedy. Tuesday june 15. 107. Gregg a company is William Wingate. Fourth week. Mary Johnson is Charles s Johnson. Decree divorce restoration to Maiden name and custody child. Salem Gray is Silas Gray. Order appraisement confirmed and order Sale granted. John Sheumaker is Victoria Reese. Civil action. Confirmation Sale distribution proceeds. Villiam Villi Man is Sarah c Stlltz. Appeal Case tried to jury. Verdict for plaintiff for $30 judgment verdict. John c Lintner is Johnyv Bidwell. Motion plaintiff to defendants answer stricken from tiles motion defendant. Plaintiff Given leave to reply i Stanter. Sarah Stahl is John k Stahl. Evil Liam Tracy guardian John k Stahl made party to suit. Lewis Maugherman is John Forney. Leave to plaintiff to reply to third defense and continued. John Burry is John Yyi Etler. Lied. Cont in Frank Marks is the Penn. Iron and Coal co. Continued. Frederick Wentz is Amanda Robinson. Defendant j d Baker leave to answer and Cross petition i Stanter. Samuel Toomy is Villiam Hill. Settled. Valentine c Fisher is David Siegel. Settled. Crisswell a nagely is Annie j grime. Settled. Vinton Stoutt a Vinton is Ilc Zekiah Bentrage. Default judgment $490.72. Ohio is Doralia Bunch. Indictment for Selling liquor and keeping open sunday. Arraignment waived plea guilty Tinct $10 and costs and one Day in county jail. Another indictment for Selling to a minor. Arraignment waived and plea guilty $25 line and costs and live Days in jail. Vinton Stoutt a a in ton is rec. C j Rimer Frederick Pfieffer and Jacob Soehn. Co Novit $229.22. Olive Klein is Jacob Klein. Continued. Olive Klein is Samuel Klein. Continued. Crisswell a nagely is John i Otis. Trial to court finding for plaintiffs for $156. Transfers real estate. Lloyd Murphy to Villiam e Harding 44 66-100 acres Perry township $1,800. Sheriff Bowers to Jane Cooke 143 66-100 acres Perry township $3,720. Orlando Buckins to Villiam Tracy lot 5, Mineral City $400. I s Davis to Emma e Furney lot 90, Mineral City $500. John b reads executor to Columbus Milner lot 169, new Philadelphia $500. Rose v Adams to c c Milner lot 19, Dover $300. Catharine Plosser to Chas Porcher lot 130 and part 131, port Yva Shing ton $400. Adam Stingel to Daniel Lambrecht lots 13 and 14, port a Washington $735. Benjamin f Peter to Solomon Stocker 96 17-100 acres Clay township $10,-000. Eliza Stocker to Benjamin f Peter 96 47-100 acres Clay township $10,039. Absalom stockers executors to Samuel Shull 25 62-100 acres clan township $834. Absalom stockers executor to Ben Jamin f Peter 96 47-100 acres Clay township $10,037. 100,000 pounds Wool a son. Decoration Day Shan Seville. Call 23w4 at comets Goshen and Mill township Newport precinct at the store John lamp night. Dennison precinct at the mayors office from 5 to 7 clock p. Precincts 1 and 2, in Mill township at the office j. Yyi Wilkins from 4 to 7 clock p. Goshen precincts 2 and 3, from 1 to 7 clock p. Of said Dayan organize said meetings respectively by selecting a chairman Ami Secretary who shall act As tellers and proceed to choose by ballot delegates to represent said townships and election precincts in the democratic county convention to be held at new Philadelphia Ohio saturday june 12th, 1886, at ten clock a. M., to nominate candidates for the following offices and in the following order Viz one county commissioner one infirmary director one Coroner. A Iso to choose delegates to the District and circuit judicial conventions and congressional and state conventions and transact such other business As May properly come before the county convention. Each township and election precinct will in entitled to delegates in the county convention upon the following basis one Delegate for every 25 votes and one for every fraction 13 votes cast for George Llo Adly for governor in october 1885, which will give each township and election precinct the number votes Here stated Viz Auburn. Bucks. Clay. J Over. Fairfield. Franklin. Goshen precinct no. 1. Ii ii h ii a a a a 4. Jefferson. Lawrence. A Lilly Uhrichsville precinct no. 1. A a Dennison precinct. A a Newport precinct. Oxford. Perry. Rush. Salem. Sandy. Sugar reek. Union. Yva Rren. Yarwick. A Washington. Vayne. York. Lota. I 10 total. 8 6 185 the chairman and secretaries the primary meetings will see that the names delegates chosen Are properly certified to the convention. By order the democratic county Central committee. Jos. T. Mccullough chairman. I. A kits cell Sec a. Unclaimed letters. It is As essential to use pure linseed Oil As it is pure White Lead to have a Good Job painting but now Over one half the linseed Oil sold Here is adulterated save samples sold Here showing one half adulteration. A great Deal is adulterate with fish Oil and Rosin Oil. The simplest and cheapest test for pure linseed Oil is to take one half Oil and one half nitric acid and shake in a narrow bottle for five minutes and then let stand a few minutes if raw Oil the color will be if strictly pure a Light cinnamon color if boiled Oil the upper strata will Leo a cinnamon Brown and the lower strata co Lorows. The different colors and Stratas show the per cent adulteration. These ests will be made free to All who want genuine linseed Oil and we warrant every gallon our Oil to respond to the test for purity. This test is adopted now by the boards Trade most our Large cities. Call at yells a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio. 21 notice to liquor Traff Luters. To 11 All persons engaged in the traffic intoxicating liquors a you Are hereby notified a that the first assessment imposed by the act May 13, 1886, entitled a a an act providing against the evils resulting from the traffic in intoxicating liquors a a a will be due and payable before the twentieth Day june a. D. 1886.�?� Johnyv. Kinsey auditor Tuse Arav As county. American pen Art graduates Are making from $75 to $150 a month teaching penmanship while others make As much writing cards in cities. Write for circulars concerning the new method teaching. J. . 20-ws Prin. And author Wooster it it. Low prices still continue at yells a it drug store. Quinine 85 cents. Mor it Phine 40 ets. A bottle. A Cash discount 9 Given All Imrch ases $1 Over from 5 to 20 Pic cent. Tins discount is the entire Stock except Lead and Oil. The largest Stock mixed paints White Lead linseed Oil raid varnishes 3 All kinds in the county. A full Stock painters applies hand always. The Crest Stock Nyvall paper in the minty and every Roll is new Stock. Come and examine before Huy ipg. Yells a drug store new Philadelphia 19 i. Gentsch not having been Able to Closi sout his Stock drugs etc., As an entirety Fri desires to say to his numerous customers that he has resupplied Many deficiencies in goods and will he found at his Tine Sipro in the Exchange Block As heretofore. He offers Fine bargains in Many goods which he has a surplus arid in All respects will in Dnovor to Lyra up the reputation the store Lor the greatest variety and lowest prices. Jive him a Call. 15 the new Ladelphia times 1 year for line i it Oilar. Last sunday decoration Day was observed at Slanesville and the ceremonies were witnessed by at least two thousand people. The towns canal Dover Dundee Yvo in Field Barros Mills Baltic Vine Surg Strasburg Carlisle and Ragersville were represented and everything passed off pleasantly and to the entire satisfaction everyone. The different organizations formed at the Square and marched to the cemetery in the following order under g. A. Post commander canal Dover Yyi infield drum corps Slanesville sunday school East Slanesville band Union sunday school and choir Barros Mills Cornet band and citizens. The line March extend to both cemeteries where the following exercises were held decoration soldiers Graves. Song a a Yve will strew their Graves again a by Slanesville choir. Music by Barros Mills band. Song a Call me Home father a by East Slanesville prayer by prof. Naragon canal Dover. Oration by professor Duff canal Dover. Music by East Slanesville band. Address by the chaplain. Salute by gun squad. Song a a Benediction. Strangers were Well eared for and provided with plenty to eat. The people Slanesville Are noted for their hospitality and this occasion fully sustained their previous reputation. Get your engine Thresher reaper Mower re Pang any kind done at Sharp a songs foundry and machine shop. A 22 the following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office May 31, 1886 Emma Bennett miss Ellen Fisher miss Mary Cooley Fred Hoffman Frank Johnson m. Raishel ii. E. Cole Geo. A. Keiser s. E. Leech c. Marks b. F. Reed Florence Roth Nelson Riddle r. Ii. Reed Yvo. A. Vogley. E. , p. A Patriot and an honest Man. After general Durbin Yard is safely buried the Cincinnati commercial a Zette describes him ask a Soldier statesman Patriot and honest . Halstead has never said this before in so Many words but he has made it understood by his virulent abuse general Ward for being a Democrat. The first inoculated Rabbit brought to this country to introduce . Pasteur a method treating hydrophobia died in new York thursday in a fit the most pronounced rabies. Or. Mott who brought the Little animal direct from Pasteur a Hospital in Paris is jubilant Over his Success and will proceed at once to inoculate a number rabbits with tie virus obtained and then he will a ready to treat patients suffer from tax bite Rabid dogs. Two wretched looking tramps were brought up before a Texas Justice the peace. Addressing the worst looking one the j ustice asked a a where do you live ? a a a nowhere a a a and where do you live a said the Justice addressing the other. A a in be got the room above big reduction everything in the store. It Oine and see the largest and cheapest line Vind Gnu shades curtain poles Spring rollers and Nyvall paper. Yve warrant them cheaper than at any other House up the county. Yvel Hsy drug store new Philadelphia Ohio. 21 it is gravely related in an Illinois newspaper that after a peach tree tax farm James m. Baker Palmyra had blown Down the broken trunk was stuck in the fire under a soap Kettle. Not a Blossom was the tree but when the heat the fire penetrated the branches the tree Hurst into full Bloom. The president has suggested september 3d As the Day for the formal inauguration the Bartholdi statue it being the anniversary the signing the treaty by which american Independence was recognized by the French government. The grand army let oys cleared from $50 to $60 at their festival Friday and saturday evenings. All the repairs and extras for the English a Dixon machines at Sharp a songs. 22 for Sale. place business in Phillipsburg is now offered for Sale. Good bar room Large Pool room hot 1, and 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 Good. 12tf Johnyv. Shull. Done to forget to Call j. Burry a son when you Are in need carpets As we Are hound to reduce our Stock and will offer them at below Cost. All Wool extra supers at 35 cents per Yard in remnants. Yve have just received a ease prints. Solid colors at 3 it. Per Yard. 20w2 j. Burry a son. For Sale Good Coal Bank in excellent working order. Four ears 3 screens and 2 nut Coal screens. Eight acres a 3 foot 4 Inch vein Good Coal. Located within 1 mile new Philadelphia with Good custom. Enquire at times office. 19\v4 for a very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per cent interest investment. Also other desirable lots and properties. John a. Himes new Philadelphia . 18tf for Sale House and lot Vest front Street. Lot 66x261 feet Winch is a Good Frame House almost new 22x28 feet containing 8 rooms. Yville ii sold cheap for each. For particulars Call address i Iii tvs a Wilson. 10-it Nyvall paper org its not a Stock latest styles and lowest a fees in new Philadelphia guaranty re at i. A. Gentsch a drug Book an Ltd Wal paper store. 15 artificial Teeth $5.50 per set at . 1. I. Mitchells dental office new Philadelphia 17-vl Gold fillings $1.00 Silver 50c. Cement 25c., at . Mitchells office new Philadelphia it. 17-Yl tax new 5 and 10 cent store takes the cake and whole bakery for substantial goods and Low prices. Y can buy More tinware and glassware at tax new 5 and 10 cent store next door to Miller a songs drug store than anywhere else in this congressional District. Persons desiring to 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 reaper and Mower kor fees and sections for All Kindts machines at Sharp a songs 22

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