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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - March 3, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday March 3, 1887. Number 10. Official directory. District. Congress Berlah Wilkins state . common pleas j a Pearce county. Representative Francis Ankney l r Abate . W. Yeagley prosecuting attorney. F. Wilkins . C. Figert sheriff a. W. Bowers w. Kinsey treasure. Colder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. John Meyers. A. G. Neumann s. Rufer lash Benner .0. H. Hoover Ozias Delong a j. Porter l. Krantz Sec i a cull s. Rut it w. E. R. Bet City. Daniel Korns. James h. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. C. C. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. I. 1. Scott. Andrew Erwin. S. Warden. Mayor Cut Erk marshal Street commissioner a Council justices. Daniel Krebs Clay James w Stoutt George Bear. Isaac couts. Henry Deible. T Richardson. R 1 Galbraith t k Robinson. Philip a Garver John Smith. Jas Galbraeth. John Milone. Daniel Richards t i Rankin. L s Winsco. A let Timmerman. S v Renneker. L s Mckinney. We e Lieck. Samuel c Kline. J ii Gardner. Robot Coruthers William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. T ii Mozena. Joseph Lealea _ Chas f Davis. C c Fernsel. Levi Travis. J w new Burg. Jos ii Hostetler Nich Mon tag. Wesley m Tracy John i Jones. Hiram Echman. David lire Meir Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett. John s Spring. Charles 11 Ellers John in Rolli. Hugh t Minnis. C w Kinsley. 1�?~ i Kuhn. s w Agner. Townships. Post office. Clay. Lock no. 17. Wayne. Dundee. Perry. Cadwallader. Washington Paoli. Bucks. Baltic. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Warwick. Tuscarawas. Warren. New Cumberland Franklin. Strasburg. Goshen. Barnhill. Kush. Tippecanoe. Mill. Uhrichsville. Goshen. New Phi lady a. Kush. Gnadenhutten. Clay. Gnadenhutten. Perry. Cadwallader. Fairfield. New Philada a. Sandy. Mineral City. Goshen. New Philada a. Lawrence. Bolivar. Warren. New Cumberland Washington Albany. Wayne. Dundee. York. New philae a. Bucks. Baltic. Salem. Port Washington Mill. Uhrichsville. Mill. Dennison. Oxford. Newcomerstown Franklin. Strasburg. Auburn. Pagers Tlle. Dover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. Sandy. Mineral City. Auburn. Pagers Tlle. Warwick. Tuscarawas. Lawrence. Zoar. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Salem. Port Washington Jefferson. Port Washington Fairfield. Zoar station. Jefferson. Stone Creek. Goshen. New Philada a. Oxford. Newcomerstown York. Black band. Union. Uhrichsville. Union. Leesville. Professional directory. To 0ct0r Eda Wilhelmi Mclean gynaecologist. Practice limited to diseases of women and children. Office Public Square new Philadelphia 0. 7 j. T. , . G Warba botox . Is. Mclean a Warburton. Physicians and surgeons. Olliee and residence Public Square new Phil phia Ohio. 7 by j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 4ii, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 48yl j7rancis Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. J7d. Iii song a shaving shampooing and hair dressing parlor in basement under Millers drug store on North Broadway. New Philadelphia. 0. 48yl John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House on North Broadway. 47yl j. Ii Booth. Attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Camuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank. Mitchells dental rooms. New Pabila Delphiia times. Crant Mitchell d. D. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. City Block a new Philadelphia 0. Over a Luif s hardware store Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. Gas and Ether administered. A diseases of the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1 the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey proprietor. The House Lias been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. 9yl Church directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 of clock p m. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lord s Day morn ing at 10 00 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day of each month. Sunday school at 9 of clock a. In. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. In. And 7 of clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 of clock. German reformed preaching every sunday at 1030. A. And 2 15 p. In., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday of morning service of each month a missionary concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 of clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 of clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. Lodge directory. chapter no. 38, r. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Block. Q p Taylor. Ii. P. Daniel get Max Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. It a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mcilvaine . G. L. , Sec a. Knights of Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. C. Vav. Dux can k. Of it. And s. I. 0.0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. T. J. Zelln1 r. N. G. I. A. Corkill rec. Sec a. I. O. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Udd Fellows Hall City Block. C. Stempfly n. G. P. Skol rec. Sec a. I. . Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday of each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. John i i in c. P. I. A. Corkill scribe. C nt0n i it Ria raw As no. 35, p. A. I. 0. 0 of a a meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. R. J. W. Dodd Captain. A. Bippus Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. 6, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. 1 Niel Korns commander. R. L. Crouch. Adjutant. Royal Council meets every first and third Friday of each Nouth in knights of pythias Hall. A. P. M1nnick, Regent. J. H. Officer Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday of each Mouth at g. R. Hall. E. Kaserman pres. We. Bowers Cor. Sec a. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday March 3, 1887. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. A the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in Advance is 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 a a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Posto Allce order to the address of the proprietor. A a address All matter intended for publication to the editor. Laws of newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use of it whether he has ordered it or not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without a forming the publishers and the paper is sent to the former direction they Are held responsible notice should always be Given of removal. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take papers from the office or place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to discontinue. The Railroad prospects. Our committee on the new Railroad have been getting in some Good work in the last week or two. Those who have Given the right of Way on Beaver dam Are now As follows Doerschuck heirs Joseph j unkind Hugh Kelly John Moore Henry Dahmer or. Wallis and a or. Waltz. We Are informed that Daniel Stemple whose House and barn would have to be moved has put on a Price that is fair and reasonable for the damages he will sustain. There Are two or three Farmers yet Between new Philadelphia and the dividing Ridge that have not yet Given the right of Way or come to any understanding whatever As to damages. They Are or. Vinton or. Stiffer and Routzen Heiser hut they no doubt will do what is fair in the premises. The Outlook is very favourable indeed and the line from new Philadelphia and the dividing Ridge is in fair Shapp. Mineral Point proposes to take care of the line from that place to the crossing of the w. Amp l. E. Railroad. This leaves a Gap Between the Ridge and the crossing yet to be worked and belongs to the new Philadelphia division. The committee and solicitor Are again at work on Oldtown Valley and express the belief that the feeling is becoming much More favourable and that the right of Way or an understanding will be agreed upon in the near future along the Valley with two or three exceptions. There will be a meeting at Bucys school House on Oldtown Valley this thursday evening at which meeting the vice president will be present. The citizens of our Valley and town Are gradually growing in the belief that the development of the Mineral resources of this Community demand another Road and further Bat it is also necessary to stimulate and improve the markets of this Section and to strengthen the mercantile interests of our town. Flattering opportunities and inducements for Money making Are presenting themselves in various other parts of the state of Ohio and in the Western states All of which has produced a restless disposition among our business men and doubtless will attract Many of them elsewhere this coming season. Whenever there is a tendency toward repopulating a town it Means a stagnant and declining Market and operates to the detriment of the Farmer and producer in the entire Community. It is to the interest of All classes in town and the country to keep up a healthy growth of the Trade Center. Hence this Opportunity for stimulating the business interests of new Philadelphia and Community ought to be promptly acted upon. Emigration instead of immigration will soon sound the a death Knell of our Beautiful county seat so far As business rating is concerned. Whenever her reputation goes to protest her citizens suffer the penalty. Then do not speak against it hut lend a helping hand. The school boy play in the Indiana legislative Halls still goes on and the present status will doubtless remain unchanged during the session. Since the supreme court decision to the effect that the court below has not jurisdiction in the mandamus proceedings colonel Robertson makes regular visits to the Senate demanding his seat. The decision does not Settle the real question. Both sides will try to maintain their position and there is no telling when the trouble will be settled and it May yet Lead to bloodshed. In the tight about the Senate doors on thursday last doorkeeper Darrell was struck Over the head with a piece of Lead pipe. He was taken to his Home and not much was thought of it at the time. It now appears that he was most seriously injured and his friends Are rather anxious Al out him. The West Virginia legislature adjourned sine die on the 2gth inst., without electing a United states senator. They also failed to pass the appropriation Bill and several other important Bills All because the senatorial muddle had taken up their time. It is thought the governor will have to Call an extra session Foi the purpose of having an appropriation Bill passed and to perform other necessary legislative duties. It is claimed that a United states senator cannot be elected at a called session of the legislature and there is Little doubt but what governor Wilson will appoint one. Governor Wilson of West Virginia has tendered the United states senator ship to d. B. Lucas of Jefferson county who was one of the twelve democratic a a kickers a in the recent senatorial contest. Or. Lucas has accepted the tender and will receive his credentials shortly after the 4th of March next. Six boys met instant death at Easton Pennsylvania on the 26th inst., while walking Down the Railroad track. There was a double track and a freight train was coming on the track they were on and they seeing the train approaching stepped onto the other track to be caught by a passenger train going the opposite direction on the latter track. It tvs in a blinding Snow storm and on a Short curve and the sound of the freight drowned the noise of the passenger train and thus they were caught by the latter. The train men were Exon rated. We were agreeably surprised on tuesday of this week when or. Emanuel Mathias of Yorktown came marching into our office three of the Noble sons of toil from his neighbourhood and in a commanding voice ordered us to take Down their names this took us by Surprise and it required several minutes to catch on to what was up. We were soon informed that these gentlemen wanted their names recorded in the times subscription Book. We then proceeded to enrol the names of Christian Mutti George h. Kuhn and George w. Hawk. It does us Good to have the sturdy Farmers subscribe for 99 out of a 100 Are Good reliable patrons and always pay for their paper. The above named gentlemen Are All intelligent and upright Farmers and have the snap to push their business Forward. Many thanks gentlemen for your kind patronage. A the merchants Mutual protective association of new Philadelphia a is a Complete Success. On the 16th Day of this month two years will have elapsed since forty six of the leading merchants and business men of new Philadelphia met and organized what is known As the merchants Mutual protective association. The object and purpose for which the association was formed was to protect merchants and All business men who became members thereof from losses which arise from granting credit to unworthy and dishonest persons. The Constitution and by Laws which were adopted by the association and each member pledges himself to faithfully keep and obey forbids the granting of credit to any person whose name shall have been placed upon what is known As the Black list a list upon which Are placed the names of those persons who after having had proper notice a fair Chance and ample time according to their respective Means have then refused or neglected to pay their honest debts to the members of this association. The meetings of the association Are held on the first thursday of each month and each member is then furnished with a monthly report by their attorney containing the names of persons who have been placed upon the Black list and no credit is thereafter Given by any member of the association to such persons a whose names appear upon the list until they have paid or made a proper settlement of their just debts with each member of the association. The plan As briefly stated above has been a Complete Success. The merchants and business men arc advised As to those persons who pay their honest debts and those who done to. Similar associations have been formed in Many other places lists Are exchanged and persons coming and going from Here to such places who have failed to pay their just indebtedness Are promptly spotted. Thus by the co operation and the information furnished by the members of the association to each Oil for collections Are enforced and bad debts avoided by the refusing of credit to Unwe Orthy and dishonest persons. A slight earthquake was Felt at Summerville s. 0., on the 26th ult. The Shock lasted about five seconds. No damage done. The paragraph under the head of Uhrichsville items chronicles the following or. James e. Graham of the chronicle started for hot Springs Arkansas last tuesday for the Benefit of his health. Our old Friend Thomas ii. Mozena esq., was stricken with paralysis last monday evening and is in a precarious condition. One Side of his body is completely paralysed he being unable to use either his left Arm or his left leg. He is about 63 years old. One of the most daring robberies Ever committed in our Community was perpetrated last thursday evening about 7 of clock or. George Becky a jewelry store being the scene of plunder. Or. Beck was sitting in the rear of his store Reading a paper when he heard a noise at the front door As though some one we As about to open it. He arose and walked toward the front when suddenly his show window was crushed in with a Brick and strange hands began to take watches and cases out of the opening made in the Glass. Or. Beck then attempted to open the front door hut the robbers had put a stick through the handle of the door and consequently he was penned in and having no revolver at hand he was powerless to do anything. Site a number of persons were standing on the opposite Side of the Street but thought the parties were fighting and bad broken the Glass by Accident. Lou Smith who was on the opposite Side of the Street and saw the whole transaction says that three parties stopped at the window and stood for a moment or so when one of them put a stick through the handle of the door another threw the Brick through the window while the third gathered in the watches and then they hastily started around the Corner of the presbyterian Church and escaped in the darkness. Hega Lechase but thought it too dangerous to follow them very far alone. Or. Becky a loss will probably reach from $300 to $400. Some persons think the intention was to crash the window in Francis jewelry store on the other Side of the Street where there was also a Large display of goods As strange persons were seen loitering around his window in the Early part of the evening but As there were so Many people passing the scoundrels concluded it we As too risky under the circumstances. It would have been a Good thing if or. Beck had been prepared with a shot gun loaded with the biggest shot in the Market and had fired upon the robbers and killed about three of them. The country is full of these desperate characters and it is High time communities were preparing to give them what they deserve. Up to the present time these desperadoes who startled our Community by their bold and successful robbery have not been arrested. It is thought they went East. T on to forget the Day and Date of Beckers lecture next monday evening at music Hall. If you want to see California As Plain As though you we As there go and hear Becker next monday evening at music Hall. I have Money to loan for three or five years secured by first mortgage on Tuscarawas county farms. John. A. Iii Mes new Philadelphia Ohio. New Philadelphia is still i without a postmaster except that Enoch Fribley is still filling the position and wre presume i until an appointment is made. Foe lots on West front Street three squares from the Center will sell cheap. For information Call on j. C. Dittmar new Philadelphia of Cyrus Stevens of seeders Corners who was charged with the murder of s. O. Bailey and who was bound Over to await the action of the grand jury is again a free Man no indictment being returned against him. A Massachusetts Man who recently died willed his horse cow cat and fowls to the society for the prevention of cruelty to animals and also $2,000, stipulating that the society should tenderly care for the animals As Long As they lived. Another Oil Well struck an immense vein of Oil in Wood county on the 2gth inst. It flowed 250 Barrells in fifty five minutes after being turned into the tanks filling two of them and is overflowing and running to waste in a Large Stream. Land in the Vicinity suddenly went up to $500 per acre. Sharp cracks like gunshots overhead warned an a a Uncle Toms Cabin company and audience to vacate a rink at Canastota new York the other night. The audience rushed out by the front and the a a artists by the Back exists and were scarcely More than safely outside when the roof of the rink carried Down by Snow collapsed. Only one person was injured. Enoch Fribley our sex postmaster and Thomas w. Fribley will open a first class Stock of dry goods and groceries in the Raiff building at South end of City Block this month. Both these gentlemen Are first class business men and Are genial Clever Fellows and the Public will find it a pleasure to do business wit i them and we wish them Success. A gang of daring burglars attempted to crack the Post office Safe last saturday morning at Wooster. They failed in their attempt and left behind a Valise containing burglar tools and a can of pow Der. No Trace of the robbers could be discovered until about 9 of clock saturday when it was Learned they had gone East on the train. They Are still at Liberty. We Are under obligations to Jacob Hawk of Stone Creek for bringing in one of his worthy neighbors Michael Opp Bill to subscribe for the times. They Are both Good representative citizens of the Beautiful Valley of Stone Creek. We also received through a Friend the name of Edward Swartz another reliable citizen to add to the Yorktown list. Let the Good work go bravely on. There was a one Hundred Yard foot race one Day last week Between James Kaldenbaugh otherwise known As Jimmie who has become quite famous As a sprinter and a new Philadelphia ten Der foot in which Jimmie took the stakes a a Toby a Sharp was stake bolder and referee and says a you ought to have seen that tender foot by a a a but our Hoy was too much for him a a a Toby also said he would walk at any time ten Miles to see a foot race or a dog fight. There will be a race Between Jimmie and Julius Dittmar at an Early Date. We would advise Julius to train at every Opportunity. Lie attended last evening the most enjoyable event of the season. The new Philadelphia Concordia society assisted by the canal Dover Larmonie gave their grand opening concert at Eagle Hall followed by a festival and dance in Chapins Hall. These societies Are composed of the Best German Talent from canal Dover and new Philadelphia. To do the occasion Justice would require much time and space. Eagle Hall was crowded and Many had to stand up. The singing was highly entertaining and the music was of the highest order. Lucile we could not understand the words the Sweet strains and tone portrait d to us the sentiment convincing us of the character of the music. For precision emphasis articulation an Harmony this entertainment was particularly noted and showed the skill of the masters. Professor Schafer proved himself to be a skilled pianist and musical instructor. He possesses that characteristic common to the German that of entering into the spirit of the undertaking. Mrs. Schafer of canal Dover and or. Berkheimer of this City won marked attention and in fact both societies Are deserving of great credit. And last hut not least the festival was a leading feature of the occasion at which the social nature that swells the heart of the German people was especially noticeable. The tables were loaded with All the delicacies the season afforded and in great abundance and to Cap the Climax with the Beautiful Daniel Isyss had furnished the choicest plants and Flowers to decorate the tables displaying that Randure fitting for a King. Fully three Hundred invited guests partook of the repast and still there was plenty. J Edge Tyler of Cleveland also helped to swell the throng with his big soul for indeed he seems especially fitted for such enjoyment. There were Many other guests that possibly were the descendants of the British or of the rebellious subjects across the English Channel who on this occasion lost sight of their nationally. The ladies who had so skilfully prepared the luxurious repast Are entitled to great credit and especially for the manner in which All were served. As master of ceremonies messes. Newman and Deutsch Are experts and to them is due a share of Praise for this joyous occasion. Personal mention. Or. Crew Wilkin was in town on wednesday. Or. Oliver Knisely is confined to his bed with neuralgia and is suffering much pain. Mrs. J. H. Booth is Able to be about again after several Days illness. Or. Isaac Wallace of Independence Kansas is in town this week visiting his father William Wallace. Sex sheriff Lyons of Newcomerstown was in town saturday last shaking hands with his old friends. Or. And mrs. Deary of Martins ferry Ohio Are visiting at the residence of mrs. Scott on West Ray Street. James Conn and family of our City will move to Wichita Kansas in a few Days. Sorry to lose so Good a citizen. Judge Tyler of Cleveland attorney for the c. Amp l. Railroad is attending court in new Philadelphia this week. The Dennison and Uhrichsville portion of Tuscarawas county bar messes. Healy Green and Lawler were in attendance at court on wednesday. Clint Jones of this City who has been seriously ill for some months past is rapidly convalescing and his physician or. T. Ii. Smith says he will be Able to be about soon. John Krouse tailor at Kilup Felda a received a Telegram tuesday last announcing the sudden death of his sister at Wheeling West Virginia and left for that City the following Day. Or. Lee Shull of Colorado returned to this City last week on account of the serious illness of his father or. Joseph Shull of Stone Creek but who has since passed beyond the River. Lee is a former resident of this place but has been in Colorado for the past eight years and we learn has done exceedingly Well. Married. the residence of the brides parents february 27th, 1887, by Rev. W. J. W Ilson or. George w. Devore and miss Flora e. Davis All of new Philadelphia Ohio. Obituaries. Death claimed another of new Philadelphia a citizens on saturday evening last in the person of m. V. Ream or. Or. Ream resided in Shanesville this county the greater portion of his life where he was engaged in merchandising. He was regarded As out of the Best business men in the county lie at one time represented Tuscarawas county in the Ohio legislature. Of late years he has resided in new Philadel Dilia. His health gradually failed him during the last year and finally he succumbed to disease of the liver. He leaves a family of five persons wife and four children. He was buried at Shanesville. A Bright and intelligent Little girl of Henry beavers on Oldtown died tuesday evening of diphtheria. It was a sad and sudden stroke to the family. She was running around until a few hours before her death and was not suspected of being seriously ill. She made complaint of soreness in her Throat and difficulty of breathing and was soon a Corpse. The reaper death plucks the Bright and Blooming Rose without warning and leaves this family with bleeding hearts. Christ says a a suffer Little children to come unto me and forbid them not for of such is the kingdom of but we Are human and mourn our loss. They have our sympathy. Or. Joseph Shull one of the old pioneers of Tuscarawas county died at his residence on Stone Creek sunday evening last of heart disease. Or. Shull was born in York township where he resided All his life and died at the age of 75 years 11 months and 24 Days. He was the father of twelve children ten of whom survive him. He was a Good Christian Man and Clung to the doctrine of the m. E. And u. B. Churches. Tuscarawas county loses one of her oldest and most respected land Marks. He was an industrious and prosperous Farmer a Good neighbor and a kind and indulgent father. His remains were Laid to rest in the new Philadelphia cemetery. News notes. The recent floods in Wood county washed away Twenty Bridges and culverts. In Marion township Allen county a Hay stack blew Over and smothered eight tied of cattle and six hogs. A new water works system has just been completed in Massillon and is pronounced a Gratifying Success. John w. Gillespie of it. Airy 85 years old when he died was buried by his five Brothers and Nephew aged 78, 71,69,67 and 55 respectively. Daniel Myers a Farmer living one mile East of Oceola was kicked by a cow while milking her and the blow broke both Bones in his right leg below the knee. Stella 3-year-old daughter of w. Ii. Atkinson of Batesville got hold of some matches and in some Way set her clothes on fire and was badly burned about her limbs and body. While chopping in the Woods near Gettysburg dark county William Ludy accidentally Cut across the instep of his right foot with his a causing injuries that will cripple him for life. Not Long since two Ohio men went to Kansas to speculate and placed in the hands of a real estate agent of that state several thousand dollars for that purpose. The agent pocketed the Money and skipped out. A 4-year-old daughter of Henry Kirkland of Belmont county was badly burned last sunday. Her clothing took fire from a grate fire and her hands and arms to the elbows burned to a Crisp. At a meeting of the friends of Tariff Reform held in new Philadelphia last saturday for the purpose of effecting an organization lion. A. W. Patrick chairman the following proceedings were had which has been handed us for publication on motion the following officers were elected to serve one year j. A. Buchanan president w. C. Gould Secretary s. R. Minnich assistant Secretary. Vice presidents. Auburn John Gerber Bucks a. Ii. Troendly clays to be supplied Dover a Jacob a. Horn Fairfield Henry Wallick Franklin to be supplied. Goshen. 1st precinct Michael Seil old. 2d a a Jesse i it. Elliott or. 3d a a Fred Glauser. 4th 4 0 Henry Mosher. Jefferson to be supplied. Lawrence i an Iel a up. Mill. Dennison James c. Johnson. Uhrichsville to. J. Forbes. Perry William dearth. Oxford a. B. Smith. Rush to be supplied. Salem�?11. Ii. Porter. Sandy John Laughon. Sugarcreek a. Graf. Warrens a. Daugherty. Washington Joseph l. Taylor. Warwick a. T. Benner. York sol. 11 Humrickhouse. On motion an executive committee consisting of the following gentlemen was appointed executive com Mittee. Joseph Morehead j. A. Slingluff j. A. Iii Mes Joseph Maughiman and Leroy Mcgregor. On of j. 1. Elliott sr., a committee of five was appointed to prepare and publish an address to the people on the subject of Tariff Reform and setting Forth the objects of the association. The president appointed Jesse d. Elliott sr., Hon. A. T. Ready Hon. A. W. Patrick s. H. Minnich esq., and the meet in added the president of the association. The following was adopted As the Constitution of the association article 1. This organization shall be known As the democratic Tariff Reform association. Art. 2. Its object shall be the advocacy and promulgation among the people of the principles of Tariff Reform in Harmony with the views of president Cleveland As expressed in his message to Congress december 1885, and upon the following platform of principles. 1. All taxation shall be reduced and limited to the requirements of economical government. 2. That it shall be so adjusted As to prevent unequal burdens and to reduce the Cost of articles of necessity to the consumer. 3. That in making a reduction in tax burdens a just regard for the present industries of the country shall be had with a View to relieve them from recurring periods of depression and to place them upon a continuous basis of continuous Prosperity. 4. That there shall be no unjust discrimination Between capital and labor that monopolies the task masters of labor slavery shall not be created and fostered under the pretence of Protection to labor but that the hand of toil shall he left unbound and afforded an equal Opportunity with capital to earn and retain just compensation. 5. That in the Levy of Tariff and tax burdens upon the preceding basis the interests of american labor should be most faithfully and carefully guarded to the end that the path of toil May Lead to position of Comfort and safety. Art. 3. Any citizen who believes in the principles of Tariff Reform As expressed in article 2, of this Constitution May become a member of this association by signing the Constitution. Art. 4. Each member shall be entitled to one vote in the election of officers. Art. 5. The first annual meeting of this association shall be held in new Philadelphia Ohio on the 26th Day of february 1887, and the annual meetings thereafter shall be held on the 8th Day of january in each year in new Philadelphia Ohio and adjourned and special meetings May be held As provided in the by Laws. Art. 6. The officers shall consist of a president a vice president in each election precinct of Tuscarawas county also a Secretary and an executive committee of seven members including the president and Secretary who shall be members sex offi Cio. Art. 7. The officers shall be elected at the annual meetings of the association by a Viva Voce vote and shall hold their office for one year. Art. 8. The affirmative vote of a majority of All signers to the platform of principles stated in the Call for this meeting present and voting at the meeting shall be necessary for the adoption of this Constitution. Art. 9. Amendments to this Constitution May be made at any regular meeting when the text of such proposed amendment is filed in writing with the Secretary at least thirty Days prior to such meeting and with the assent of a majority of All the members of the association. On motion the association adjourned to meet in new Philadelphia saturday March 12th, 1887, at 1 of clock p. M., Sharp for the purpose of hearing reports of committees and transacting such other business As May come Indore the association. Card of thanks. The ladies in charge of the dinner and supper at the lutheran Church on the 22d, hereby express their grateful appreciation of the kindly interest of the people of new Philadelphia As exhibited in their general and generous patronage by which there was realized the net sum of $126. They would make special mention of or. D. Minnich in furnishing them dishes without charge of or. O. P. Taylor in loaning them two Gas stoves and making the necessary attachments and of or. Y. S. Mckinzie for valuable services rendered in preparing oysters for the tables and last but not least of the editors of the various papers in the City for local mention of the entertainment. The Young Peoples working society also return thanks for the encouraging patronage of their Booth from which they realized nearly $40. This tvs the a a first fruit a gathered by this society which was organized Only about six weeks ago and they feel greatly encouraged. Good results in every Case. D. A. Bradford wholesale paper dealer of Chattanooga tenn., writes that he was seriously afflicted with a severe cold that settled on his lungs had tried Many remedies without Benefit. Being induced to try or. Kings new discovery for consumption did so and was cured by use of a few bottles. Since which time he has used it in his family for All coughs and colds with Best results. This is the experience of thousands whose lives have Lieen saved by this wonderful discovery. Trial bottles free at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. Free Trade. The Legal Mill. Proceedings. The reduction of internal Revenue and the taking off of Revenue Stamps from proprietary medicines no doubt has largely Benefit Ted the Consumers As Well As relieving the Burden of Home manufacturers. Especially is this the Case with Green s August Flower and Llo Sehee s German syrup As the reduction of thirty six cents per dozen has been added to increase the size of the bottles containing these remedies thereby giving one fifth More Medicine in the 75 cent size. The August Flower for dyspepsia and liver complaint the German syrup for cough and lung troubles have perhaps the largest Sale of any medicines in the world. The advantage of increased size of the bottles will be greatly appreciated by the sick and afflicted in every town and Village in civilized countries. Sample bottles for 10 cents remain the same size. 9yl another Art craze. The latest Art work among ladies is known As the a a French craze a for decorating China glassware Etc. It is something entirely new and is both profitable and fascinating. It is very popular in new York Boston and other Eastern cities. To ladies desiring to learn the Art we will Send an elegant Canna plaque size 18 inches handsomely decorated for a Model together with Box of material 100 coloured designs assorted in Flowers animals soldiers land scapes Etc., Complete with full instructions upon receipt of Only $1.00. The plaque alone is Worth More than the amount charged. To every lady ordering this outfit who encloses the address of five other ladies interested in Art matters to whom we can mail our new catalogue of Art goods we will enclose extra and without charge an imitation hand painted brass pm acute. Instruction Book in painting 16 coloured pictures Etc., Only 15c. Embroidery silk Best Quality All colors 80c per 100 skeins. Tinsel braid Gold or Silver for Art embroidery and Needle work Large Ball Only 15c. Mac rame Cord White 50c per la any color 60c per la. Other goods at equally Low prices. Address the Empire news co., Syracuse new York. Iowa ladies guide to fancy work. This work contains nearly 300 handsome illustrations with instructions for making hundreds of Beautiful things either for adorning your Home or presents for your friends at a most trifling expense including All kinds of fancy work artistic embroideries lace work knitting tatting and net work contains designs for monograms initials tidies Lambre quins ottomans counter pains rugs Carriage Robes brackets Wall pockets waste paper baskets work boxes work baskets work bags pen wipers hanging baskets Catchall pin cushions footstools hanker chief boxes Glove boxes card baskets sofa pillows table covers work stands table Scarf screens scrap bags hand bags table Mats toilet Mats lamp Mats lamp shades Pillow Shams Pillow Sham holders curtains toilet stands Slipper cases letter cases Hassocks Cigar boxes sachets fancy purses slippers dressing gowns music portfolios knife cases fans Flower trimmings window shades Feather work spatter work Leaf photographs and Many other things. It is handsomely bound containing 64 Largo 3-column pages and will be sent Post paid for Only 30 cents. It is Thompson Lybarger Adinor v Cleveland amp Marietta r a continued. Hawk amp Tracy v american express company plaintiff to file motion to answer March 1. Samuel a Lebold v the Ohio Mutual fire insurance co plaintiff to file motion to answer March 1. John d Otis v Susan a Swihart defendant to answer March 15. F amp ii Berring v will f Burt default judgment for $210.25. Ohio v Jacob Foehl indictment for keeping room recognizance $200 for his appearance saturday the 19th, to answer indictment. Ohio v Wesley Marks and David Reese Selling to minor recognizance $200 for their appearance saturday the 19th, to answer to said indictment. Joseph Axx v John d Otis dismissed. John d Otis v Frederick Gilgen defendant to answer March 20. City Bank of new Philadelphia vhf r Bigler it Al stenographer Matlock ordered to take testimony tried to jury verdict for plaintiff for $686.29. Same v same plaintiff leave to Amend reply april 1, and continued. Otto g Segrist v Caleb Jones defendant to plead to petition april 15. John s Graham v Ezra Nicholson Appeal Case docketed judgment on Appeal. Amanda Kaldenbaugh executrix v Henry ii Ripley Sale confirmed and deed ordered. The Westinghouse co v a s Peterman it Al defendant Itskin to Amend answer and Cross petition March 1. Demurrer of defendants overruled exceptions noted leave to defendants to file answer within thirty Days from february 17 g w Goudy it Al v merchants ins co. Same v Ohio Mutual ins co. Same v Phoenix ins co. Same v capital City ins co. Same v Peoples Mutual ins co. Nathaniel Medler v g w Meese tried to jury verdict for plaintiff $677.91. Leonora Thornton v Philip sheets dismissed. Body Deis amp co v the Dennison Coal co tried to jury verdict for plaintiff $147.21. Alice j read v Lucy a Van levee it Al j f Wilkin guardian and item assignment of Dower and partition. Jacob Foehl v Isaac beavers continued. Ohio v John g Heck Selling within two Miles of fair ground Nolle pros. Ohio v Adam Capples Selling within two Miles of Fairground $25 Fine and costs. Ohio v John w West Selling within two Miles of fair ground $25 Fine and costs. Ohio v George Dugan Selling within two Miles of Fairground $25 Fine and costs. Ohio v William Holland for Selling within two Miles of fair ground $25 Tine and costs. Ohio v John Saunders it Al assault with intent to kill Nolle pros As to Jesse Everett entered motion to quash indictment overruled demurrer to indictment overruled defendants arraigned plea not guilty trial set for March 14. Ohio v Jacob Foehl keeping a room demurrer to indictment overruled arraigned plea of not guilty entered trial March 7. Ohio v Michael Galvin Selling Anil furnishing to minor arraignment waived and plea of guilty $50 Fine fifteen Days in jail and costs of prosecution. Ohio v William and Robert Stubbins local notices. The finest Book on fancy work Ever pub Selling on sunday Nolle pros As to Robert entered William waived arraignment pm a of guilty entered fined $50, five Days m jail and costs of prosecution. Ohio v William and Robert Stubbins keeping room Nolle pro As to Robert William arraigned and waived examination plea of guilty entered $75 Fine ten Days in jail and costs of prosecution. Listed and every lady interested in household Art should secure a copy at once. Address the Empire news co., 10w8 Syracuse n. Y. Ladles look Here we offer advantages to Cash buyers that will never be found in the beaten path of regular Trade. We buy immense Job lots from bankrupt concerns who Are forced to sell and our prices Are final decisive and crushing. Following we give facts and figures that will not and cannot lie. Ladies elegant Plush hand bags 40c Russia pocket books 28c Worth 75c Alligator specie purses Nickel frames Ball snap Large size 22c ladies two Blade pen knives Shell handle 20c manicure knives for the Finger nails 15c Charm knives 10c a a Gem carpet stretchers the Best 35c Madam Louise hair crimpers 10c baby pins find Gold plated with Cut letters a a baby a a a Darling a a a pet a Etc.,20ca pair Worth 50c Stereoscope fancy hoods 40c Worth a stereoscopic views american foreign comic statuary and actresses 50c per dozen Worth $2 Gilt Edge playing cards 30c a pack Worth 75c Tom thumb playing cards 10c handsome Leatherette photo albums Gilt Edge 25c music let ones very Fine $1.10 a a Mikado Bangle Bracelet latest thing in ladies jew Elery 30c opera Feather fans Cardinal Blue Pink or White Bone Sticks 50c Worth $1.25 ladies shears Nickel plated 6 inches 20c coloured photos of actresses 10c each 3 for 25c sewing machine Oil Best sperm 3 Large bottles 25c Lubing a complexion soap 10c, 3 cakes for 25c Lubing a beautifying powder 12c a cosmetic Quck for the hair 12c, Lyons tooth powder Large bottles 15c Petroleum Jelly pomade 3 bottles for 25c Geranium Cologne a new and lasting perfume 30c Worth 75c a stolen kisses a an extra Fine perfume 40c Worth $1 French shoe dressing Best Quality 3 bottles for 25c. These Are All great bargains. No order filled for less than one Dollar. Handsome Nickel watch locket Chain and Charm All in Beautiful Satin lined Cuse Given free with every trial order amounting to Over five dollars received during the next 30 Days. As All goods not satisfactory May be returned you run no risk in sending us a trial order. Address the Empire news co., 10w8 Syracuse n. Y. Ohio v William and Robert Stubbins Selling to minor Nolle pros entered. Ohio v Robert and Nancy Woods keeping room Ollied As to Nancy Robert waived arraignment plea of guilty entered lined $75, fifteen Days in jail and costs of prosecution. Ohio v Robert and Nancy Woods Selling to person in the habit of getting drunk nol pros entered. Ohio v Robert and Nancy Woods Selling on sunday Ollied As to Nancy Robert waived arraignment plea of guilty entered fined $25, one Day in jail and costs of prosecution. Ohio v Joseph and Annie Graham keeping a room Ollied As to Annie Joseph waived arraignment plea of guilty entered fined $45, fifteen Days in jail and costs of prosecution. Ohio v Joseph and Annie Graham Selling to minor Ollied As to Annie Jeseph waived arraignment plea of guilty entered fined $50, fifteen Days in jail and costs of prosecution. Ohio v Joseph and Annie Graham Selling on sunday Ollied As to Annie Joseph waived arraignment plea of guilty entered fined $25, one Day in jail and costs of prosecution. Ohio v Wesley Marks and David Rees Selling to minor Ollied As to Marks Rees waived arraignment plea of guilty entered fined $25 and costs. Ohio v Wesley Marks and David Rees Selling on sunday Ollied As to Marks Rees waived arraignment plea of guilty entered fined $25 and costs and one Day in jail. Ohio v Wesley Marks and David Rees keeping room Ollied As to Marks Rees waived arraignment plea of guilty entered Fine $50 and costs of prosecution. Rachel a Bruner v a t Miller surgical examination alleges injuries jury in panelled sickness of witness continues Case. A full line of school books at Gentsch a drug store. For Fine soaps perfumes and fancy articles go to Gentsch a drug store. Buy your school books at Gentsch a. They always have a full assortment. The finest line of toilet articles to be seen in town is at Gentsch a drug store. Some of the new productions in Wall paper at Gentsch a arc most Beautiful. Prescriptions carefully compounded at All hours Day or night at Gentsch drug store. Wall paper in All the new designs and a very Complete assortment at Gentsch a drug store. Everything that is late in design in Fine toilet articles is on exhibit at Gentsch a drug store. Or. J. L. Wallace the genial manager of the Gentsch drug store is a thorough expert in filling prescriptions. Coal cents per gallon at a. V. Pan inst Phillipsburg Ohio. 51tf if you want any kind of Job work done on Short notice and at prices that defy Competition Call at the times office. Do not forget to examine into our offers in real estate. See our list on 4th Page. We Are offering some extra bargains now on town property. I Arm for desire to rent my farm of 250 acres lying about three Miles South of new Philadelphia to a Good party a All on Oliver Knis Kev. For very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per cent interest on investment. Also other desirable lots and properties. John a. Himes new Philadelphia 18tf i or piano Law it a buggy nearly new very cheap will take $40. Also a new two seat Sleigh at $10. Party own in them wants to go West and 1ms offered these articles at a great bargain. For further information Call at the now is the time to subscribe for the times and the american Farmer both one year for $1.30 Cash. Our present subscribers can have the same Opportunity by renewing their subscription for the times. See advertisement on 4th Page. For standing top Phaeton nearly new and of first class work and material Cost $150.w ill sell cheap also a new set single harness Cost $30 will sell cheap with Phaeton or will sell alone. For information Call at the times office. For Good second hand four horse Power engine and boiler almost As Good As new including All attachments. Ill sell for $150. A bargain in it. For further particulars inquire at the times office or Call on a. A. Fradenburgh port Washington 40tf for Sale Price $270.�?four-horse-Power upright portable engine Eureka. Manufactured by Payne amp co., new York. All fixtures go with it. It is in Good order and As been list d but a Short time. A bargain in it. Call at s. Moore a Law office Over citizens National Bank. 37 any one desiring to sell Exchange of buy real estate of any kind or chattels will do Well to Call on the proprietor of the times who will act As agent for the same on reasonable terms. No charges made for advertising in the times when you employ us As agent. No names o parties Given to the Public but made known Only to those wishing to Purchase. Of for Sale. A Small farm of 68 acres known ifs the Peter Oiler tract on Pike run adjoining Coal mine no. 2, there Are three dwelling houses on the premises two Orchards and a school House. Sixty acres cleared and under Good cultivation and Good fences. All in grass. Terms reasonable. Possession can in Given at any time. For particulars Call on f. S. It orig at times office or William Oliver Pike run. 39tf for Sale.�?300 acres of first class Plain and River Bottom land and Al out 70 acres of Hill land being what remains unsold of the James Waddington farm situated on the new Philadelphia and Uhrichsville Road near the town of Pike run. The buildings Are Good. This land will lie sold As a whole or divided to suit purchasers. The River Bottom land would let a sold in Small tracts. Also a farm of 140 acres of Plain and River Bottom land situated three and one half Miles from new Philadelphia. F. S. Romio attorney at Law. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. It of Market reports times office March 3, 1887. Flour Patent in bbl. $ 5 10 a a a a sack. 1 25 a a Best family in bbl. $ 4 45 a a Allier sack. 1 20 a a a a new proc. 1 50 wheat of Bushel. 80 corny new in Bushel. 40 Oats new Bushel. 27 Rye up Bushel. 66 butter in Pound. 15@20 egos in dozen. 12 buckwheat flour a Pound. 03 hams in Pound. 10 shoulders a Pound. 06 sides Pound. 06 lard Quot a Pound. 07 tallow a Pound. 3j beef�?>1 Pound. 07@15 Salt Goshen p barrel. 1 15 White Lime a barrel. 1 00 Akron cements a barrel .1 35 calcined plaster Quot 4 barrel. 2 25 land plaster in ton. 9 00 a a a a a in barrel 1 50 potatoes Bushel new .30 dried peaches in Bushel .1 65 dried apples a Bushel .1 00 a a a a up Pound 04 rags a Pound. 01 onions in Bushel. 50 Hay in ton new. 8 00 Clover seed in Bushel 60�. 4 00 Timothy seed in Bushel .2 10 Wool. 30 fertilizers in ton. 35 00

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