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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - March 11, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio Philadelphia volume Philadelphia o., thursday March 11, 1886. Number 11. Hew Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore proprietor. W. H. Watson Lutor. Thursday March 11, 188g. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. 3�?othe Kew Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Ash in advances 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 remittances should be sent by draft. Registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A a a address All matter intended for publication to the editor. Laws newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use it whether he has ordered it not will he held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without informing the publishers and tit paper is sent to the 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 Beriah Wilkins state . W. Rites f j. I Lance j. S. La Earle common pleas judges. County representative. Probate j Edge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. City. Daniel James ii. Morrow. Clerk Elijah shul marshal Philip Getzman Street commissioner John s. Graham.1 Jacob miller1 i jct to her cd Uncini a Campbell. Andrew justices. Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. E. Wilkins i. Figert g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey j. L. Kennedy i. G. Neumann s. Rufer it w. E. Lash r. Benner 0. Ii. Hoover i j. Wherley to. Rogers l. Krautz Sec names. Townships. Post office Daniel Krebs Lav. James w South Wayne. George Bear Perry. Isaac Washington Henry Steible 1 Bucks. Jacob Kreig sugar Creek. Henry Vanlehn Warwick. .1 ii Banks Warren. Daniel Haas Franklin. John Smith Goshen. Jas Galbraeth. Rush. John Milone Mill. Samuel Moore. Goshen. T i Rankin Kush. L s Winseth Clay. I r Berkshire s v Renneker. L s Mckinney. Win e Beck. Samuel c Kline. J ii Gardner. Rob f a outliers John Wetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. Stocker. T h Mozena. Joseph Healen Chas f Davis. I c Fernsel. Eevi Travis. J w Newbury. Jos ii Hostetler Nieh Alontaga Dover Wesley m Tracy Lundy. John b Jones Auburn. Hiram Lehman. Warwick. David Breymeir Lawrence. Lewis c Zollars. Sugar Creek. L a Cornet Salem. John s Spring Jefferson. Charles h Ellers Fairfield. John w a it die. Jefferson. Hugh t Minnis. Goshen. W Kinsley Oxford. P 11 Kuhni York. M s Wagner Union. Perry. Fairfield. Sandy. Goshen. Lawrence. Warren. Washington Wayne. York. Bucks. Salem. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Franklin. Auburn. Dover. Dover. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Cadwallader. Ippoli. Baltic. Slanesville. Tuscarawas. 1 new Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. New Phi lady a. Gnadenhutten. Gnadenhutten. Cadwallader. New Phi lad a. Mineral City. New Phi lad a. Bolivar. New Cumberland Albany. Dundee. I new Philada a. Baltic. Port Washington i Uhrichsville. J Dennison. Newcomers town Strasburg. Ragersville. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City. Rogersville. Tuscarawas i oar. Shanesville. Port Washington port Washington station. Stone Creek. New Philada a. Newcomers town Black band. Uhrichsville. Church directory. every sunday at Puio a. In. And 7 clock p. In. Sunday school at a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. Cir Estt a every lords i Gay morning at 10 to a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Ray each month. Sunday school at 9 clock a. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7o�?Tclock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. German Reform 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 morning service each month concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United Brethren preaching every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock . Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. Lodge directory. chapter no. 38, r. A. Al meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniel get Max Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, k e. Amp a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mcllwaine . G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights Lodge. No. 73, meets in their Castle Lylall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. W. Duncan k. Of r. And s. I. 0. 0. Philadelphia Lodge. No. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. F. Kislig. N. A. 1. A. Correll rec. Sec a. I. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stemis Fly n. G. P. Skol rec. Sec a. I. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. J. J. Parr c. P. I. A. Correll scribe. I. O. 0. . P. U. C., no. 8. Meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. J. W. Dol i it come r. S. Iii St Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. 6, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. W. Bowers commander. Royal Arcanum philos Council meets every first and third Friday each month in knights pythias Hall. W 11. Miller Regent. J. A Bigler Secretary. The big salaried clergy array aged. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth in wednesday each month at g. Hall. T e. Kaserman pres. We. Bowers Cor. Sec a. Prances rom la attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. Amuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank. From a Sermon preached by Rev. A ii. Amies last sunday evening in Reading pa., we take the following extract As published in the Lerald that place. The text the Sermon was As follows a a every Man shall eat and drink and enjoy the Good All his labor it is the gift it it a preachers gods word what Are you thinking can you save souls when the body is starving can there be interest in religion when there is no fire the Hearth will you still keep up the stale lie that if they will first seek salvation they shall receive hour and Coal and clothing and House rent what Are you thinking shepherds the sheep will you still pamper the rum seller the a bloated Bondholder a the thieving monopolist the fraudulent Stock Gambler because they High Pew rents and keep up High salaries know you not that some the greatest thieves the nineteenth Century sit in the Foremost pews stately Christian churches can be be the followers him who had not where to Lay his head who kicked Over the table the Money changers crying out a Eye shall not make my House a Den thieves a have you no solution for the great problem will not the great word will not the great person Tell be the Way to solve the problem that threatens the Church with destruction 110 less than the nation statesmen have failed. On the one hand we have had the High protective Tariff and still the ruin threatens. On the other hand we have had free Trade eras and the ruin still threatens. Evidently they do not cannot solve the problem. Yet the labourers increase and employment decreases yet the nation grows in amassing material wealth and the people approach nearer and nearer to abject poverty and slavery. Wages Are forced Down and Down to a minimum Down to the starvation Point. Men clamor for work wives who should give themselves to the sacred duty raising Stalwart sons for the Republic Are forced into the Seething factory in order to support tin rough Many the husband because she will take less than he less even than the starvation wages. Little children Are driven into factories and workshops at six eight and ten years where they Are dwarfed in body and soul to earn the pittance that keeps the Idle and therefore dissolute father in Beer and tobacco to Dull his poignant agony. Labor and capital Why it is not labor and capital that Are m antagonism it is labor and monopoly labor and National thief labor and National injustice. What is labor and what is capital labor is All human exertion put Forth in production. Capital is the instrument labor in its exertion produce. Labor does not depend upon capital for wages it draws them from what it produces. And the terrible fact is that labor is being Day by Day More and More robbed its rights in what it produces. Labor is the Sorce wealth not capital. Destroy labor degrade the labourer and you destroy and degrade capital destroy the labourer and you destroy National Hopes you destroy the nation. Elevate the labourer and you elevate the nation. The common Good is the common interest. What does the text say a every Man shall eat and drink and enjoy the Good All his it is the gift god. Now do you hear that it is the gift god to every Man not to Gould to Vanderbilt a corporation who can buy a legislature a Senate get a Bill passed to give and hold themselves their heirs and assigns forever a certain vast tract country through which to run a Railroad by which not Only to increase the value this vast Empire but to control the Avenue by which the Peoples bread comes and to tax it to a Large profit watered Stock. The nation that does that is robbing the people their god Given Domain their inalienable right to the land god created As he did the air and water for the Good All. The Man set men who can so control the Peoples inheritance is conniving with the government to Rob the people. And it is because this that we see the 1,000,000 out employment and starving. We try Etc thing to give an explanation for this state things. In the nations Treasury $500,000,000 lying Idle a million men Idle interminable expenses country to cultivate the government practising a system frauds a Large scale a credit Mobilizer a &c., ac., Over to monopolies what it has Only in Trust for the people labor in the meantime becoming degraded and the labourer a slave capital suffering for employment and thousands starving. It is pitiful during the time that generals Banks and Butler were in command at new Orleans they raided the Banks that City and seized Large sums Money. Bart the funds thus taken were the deposits private citizens and varied in amounts from $1,000 to $10,000. It appears from a report just made by Secretary Manning to the House representatives that this Money was turned Over to the Treasury and credited to the captured and abandoned property fund. Several attempts have been made since the War to recover the whole part this Money but without Success. As the House has called for information relative to the matter it is possible that the owners the Money their heirs will have Justice done them at least. The supreme court thursday last affirmed the decision judge Wylie holding that Dalton was lawfully restrained Liberty by the House representatives because his contempt in refusing to produce the returns precinct a fourth Ward Cincinnati when commanded by a committee that body to do so. The court was unanimous in the decision. The Case was taken up not for the purpose affecting Dalton a release As he had previously agreed to purge himself contempt by producing the returns but in order to Settle the important Legal question involved. Mrs. Charlotte Smith declares that 500 improper women Are employed in the Washington departments and that the Senate committee is unwilling to hear the facts. Mrs. Smith would do Well to be looking out for her Back hair. An assault upon labor. Tin Cleveland Plain dealer March 5tli says editorially a More indefensible position than that taken by . William n. Whiteley the Springfield Champion machine works can scarcely be conceived. Because a Mere whim he has discharged some six seven Hundred workmen the Only charge against them being that they arc members a certain labor organization. In taking this step he virtually says that his must be the master mind in All things that concern his employees. These men May not meet either openly in secret to discuss Means for the betterment their condition and the Elevation their condition and the Elevation themselves and their labor above that the Mere Drudge. Their hours when not in the shop As much belong to him As does their time when engaged in putting together their machines. Even their sundays cannot remain their own when such tyranny exists. With such an understanding the relations that should exist Between employer and employed the Workingman a comes hut a machine a Drudge a slave. There is no dignity to labor that is held under Complete subjection by capital. Workingmen have souls they have impulses and passions and judgment that will compare with him who employs them. They have the same right to Combine for their own Protection that belongs to capital and while freemen exist they will exercise that right. To outsiders it must appear that the outcome the unfortunate action the president the Champion Harvester company must result in great loss to that company. Or. Whiteley has inaugurated a War with the strongest organization in this country Ami unless he Hacks water precipitately the result can hardly be other than disastrous to his company. The workmen who Are members tin1 knights labor organization Are not at All Likely to abandon the organization with which they Are connected and that organization must support its members in their extremity. If no settlement can be arrived at by arbitration . Whiteley will soon find the entire machinery the labor system the country arrayed against him and that is no Small influence to contend against. When it is taken into consideration the boycotting tactics that May be carried so far As even to involve the shipment the implements manufactured by the Champion company the losses that May occur Are not to let a estimated. This is not a strike a lockout where opinion is divided As to the Justice the Case. It is a deliberate assault upon the rights men to unite in an organization that May result m their own Good and is not proven inimical to capital. It is a Foolhardy Challenge to labor to make common cause against consolidated capital and is without reason excuse. By Sam Jones. God is too Busy to do anything for a Man that he can do for himself. The trouble with the Large majority Christian people is that they not Only can to make schedule time but that the Devil has Side tracked them and torn up the track at both ends. God never converted a human soul that he knew without some Man to help him in that work. The Devil himself is powerless to Damn sinners without somebody to help him and my my How some you Fellows have been helping him. That a Why in be got a contempt for a mean Rusty old sinner a you old hound you. There Are a class people that ought to look sad. If you have stolen anything been drunk robbed widows and orphans when you go into the House god you ought to put a very sad countenance. But if you have done your duty carry a smile your face As Broad As heaven and let the world know that you enjoy yourself. Every Good Man in the world is a walking demonstration that the Bible is True and every bad Man is As Good a witness As i want that the Bible is True. I done to want any better evidence than every sinner will furnish one proposition a the Way the transgressor is hundreds have tried the other proposition a the path the just is As a shining Light shining More and More unto the perfect a Man by the name Clark Capitol Hill Washington has gone to a Good Deal trouble for a Little notoriety and deserves All he can get. It Oce ured to him that it would be a Good idea to mix the soil All the states and territories in the Capitol bark and about a year ago he wrote to postmasters and other officials from Maine to Arizona. In reply he received a package Earth until his collection was Complete. Then Washington a birthday lie mixed the Earth up in a Box and dumped it in a Corner where sentiment decrees our National Flower if we Ever have any ought to be sown. Mayor Grace new York in a lecture in Boston explained that the Irsh arc democrats because after Jefferson selection the hateful alien Laws forced the country by the federalists were repealed. The democratic party to Day is the survivor to the old Republican party Jefferson a Day which combined the opposition to the pro English theories which the federalists acted upon and according to which they aimed to shape the government. Sam Small the evangelist is a confirmed cigarette smoker and says that Many a cigarette smoker will get to Liea veg a statement obviously made for personal reasons. The Chicago Lerald warns him that a no cigarette smoker with breath like a Joss House with clothing scented like a stable men and with fingers and Teeth stained with the offensive nicotine can Hope to do much Good in Union county journal if the Ohio legislature so called will adjourn and go Home it will not Only be a saving to the overburdened taxpayers the state but further disgrace the fair name the Buckeye state at the hands one the most disgusting set political Bushwhacker that Ever convened at the state capital. Wedding Bells. On thursday evening March 4th, at the residence the brides parents Minnie youngest daughter Samuel Foltz was joined in marriage to Frank son j. Custer this place. Aside from the minister j. A. Cook and wife and one two friends it was a family gathering. The Bride was dressed in a travelling suit mixed Baize and neuter Tricot Moss trimming a Peleise and hat to correspond. After receiving congratulations All adjourned to the Sherman House where an elegant supper was served in the usual Good style this popular House. Returning from supper just in time to Don travelling wraps the Happy pair started their route to Cincinnati Louisville Nashville and other Southern cities returning leisurely to their Home. Amid showers Rice Clatter old shoes and parting a a god speeds a the wedded pair started their journey under the most favourable auspices. Among presents noticed we mention Diamond ring from the Groom Check Bank from the brides father watch and Chain from the Mother Castor Nap Erv blankets lace tidy China Tea sett from Custer family Gold pieces from brides brother and others China chamber sett thirteen pieces from Frank Harvey fruit dishes sett jewelry Gold cuff buttons from Sammie family Bible from Lily f. Demuth. May All pleasure attend them As they enter upon their United life under unusually Bright prospects. Moonshiner. A special from new Philadelphia to the Cleveland Leader March 5th, says Joseph t. Mccullough Deputy Revenue collector for this District captured another illicit still to Day just across the line in the county Stark. The still and worm Are Copper with a capacity about fifty Gallons. It was located in an out House a Well to do Farmer named Camp living near Beach City. This is supposed to be the same still captured by collector Williams near that place a year two ago but was retaken at night by the owners and has since Given the Revenue collectors a great Deal trouble. A great portion the time it has been operated in caves in the Vicinity Dundee and Beach City a very Rocky and mountainous country. As soon As the officers would obtain a clue As to its whereabouts it would be taken at night and removed to a different locality. The present operator the still evidently understood his business As the Superior Quality the product fully attests a Quantity which was found stored away in casks in the cellar. The operator and his wife made a terrible resistance to the capture As they were taken completely by Surprise. Or. Mccullough deserves the highest credit for the tact Energy and persistence with which he has hunted Down the Large number Moonshiner who late have infested this Section. Last week in mentioning the fact that the rolling Mill would soon commence operations the times also said a a this will be glad news to some fifty families in new Philadelphia whose support depends solely upon the Mill running a and that a a a greater part this Winter they had been clothed and fed mainly by the ladies Aid As to the number families belonging to tin4 Mill men we were misinformed and now learn that not More than ten were provided with the necessaries life by our people. The remaining forty families belong to other walks life some whom have resided in new Philadelphia for years. We cheerfully make this correction in behalf All parties concerned. The times is a Friend to the Labouring Man and nothing was intended in the item last week other than in a Friendly Way. The Many friends . Fred. Am in this place will be glad to hear that he has recovered from a very severe attack pneumonia As we learn from the following item taken from the Lamar to Democrat a a Many and Hearty were the congratulations Given to our Deputy recorder Fred. Arn tuesday when for the first time after his sickness six weeks he was out the Street he is yet Pale and week but with Good care will soon be Back to his desk in the recorders office. Or. Arn is a worker and always to he found at his Post duty during business hours. With numbers others we congratulate him his recovery. He had a close it was brother Beecher who remarked in a recent Sermon that a the Man who thaws himself out with a hot Tom and Jerry when the thermometer is away Down below Zero is a better Christian then the one who goes to bed cold and shoves his wife a feet out their warm naturalists say that the feet the common working Honey Bee a exhibit the combination a Basket a Brush and a pair persons who have had a Honey Bee walk them in an exposed place will Marvel that a reel hot base Burner is not also found in the . It is said there Are not less than fourteen Fellows who have their a snifter so pointed in the direction City marshal at the coming Spring elections. There Are also three four candidates the anxious Bench waiting for a Home run As High mayor the Burg. Rats a German rushed into a drug store Penn Avenue yesterday and exclaimed a mein Gott Young Man i eat raw pork und Dink Dere Voss Doss machinery in it a a Pittsburg chronicle Telegraph. On tuesday George Knisely without cause provocation was put in the cooler a we mean the ice cooler at Charley Engles which George was repairing. Hon. Beriah Wilkins has been selected Ohio member the congressional Campaign committee. Well attended and honest primaries will secure Good and clean candidates for the corporation ticket. The times is ten weeks old and has a circulation nearly nine Hundred. The times last week As a matter news stated that it had been intimated that Hon. A. T. Ready this City had an Eye single to a seat in the House representatives at Washington City the item seems to have stirred up Gall in a a Beverly Scott the reporter who says it was a direct blow at lion. Beriah Wilkins and an insult to Hon. G. W. Crites. As the relations existing Between . Wilkins and the writer Are the most pleasant character and perfectly harmonious and in the absence any knowledge that . Crites was an aspirant for congressional honors there could have been no reason Why we should have entertained either gentleman in our mind when the item referred to was penned. However we have not the least inclination to offer an apology to a a Beverly Scott and when the times desires to publish an item news that Clown can rest assured his opinion in regard to the matter will not be consulted. Or. And mrs. Joseph Heeter who reside five Miles from new Philadelphia and near Trenton Are the parents a remarkable child a a Young son now aged Only 13 months that weighs 57 pounds is three feet High and measures 31 inches around the Waist and 15 inches around the legs just above the Knees. The child gains in flesh from one and a half to two pounds a week. It enjoys Good health has Rosy Cheeks and a Fine head Curley hair. The Mother is a delicate Little woman and the father a Man medium build and stature. It is no monstrosity but a full fledged modern go Liali. The Mother is a sister to . Kratz who resides judge 1 lancers farm adjoining new Philadelphia. Many complaints Are made about the filthy condition the court House. The present janitor and Engineer Frank Stow is the right Man for the place but the duties Are More than one person can attend to. On the other hand the commissioners As Public servants Are careful and economizing that no undue expense May be incurred to the tax ers yet we Are honest in the opinion that to employ additional help to keep the Temple Justice in a clean and healthy condition would meet with the Hearty approbation our people. The suit Joseph Graham is. Geo. T. Flemming was tried in common pleas court last week. The suit was for alleged bicycle injuries received by plaintiffs Little daughter and the jury decided in favor defendant. One Day at dinner a jury Man was asked by a Friend the nature the ease. The old gentleman replied that some fellow had run Over a Little girl with a a biscuit a a meaning course a bicycle. A a Grasshopper Jake canal Boatman Well known to that fraternity in this neighbourhood was arrested at Columbia Between Newark and Columbus tuesday and taken to Massillon where he was placed in prison. A a Grasshopper belonged to a gang horse thieves and will be taken to Lucas where the horses were stolen. The Leline a Valley school seems to flourish under the management miss Mary Schmitz who has been re employed to teach the summer school. Literary and other entertainments Are enlivened with music furnished by an excellent string band composed pupils consisting Silvester Krammes de. Blaney and George Mathias. Or. Grant Mitchell this City graduate Philadelphia dental College was appointed demonstrator clinical Den vestry by the faculty last week at a salary $1,200 per year. Grant is a promising Young Man and has secured his position through genuine Merit. William Campbell is now converting the Eagle rink into an opera House and when completed it will be one the Best places amusement in this Section the country with a seating capacity for eight Hundred people. Our genial Friend e. Mat Liias the Confederate it it roads York township gave us a Friendly Call tuesday. Emanuel keeps a grocery store at the above place and enjoys a Good Trade. Mary wife Jacob Burger Baltic died Friday last aged about 55 years from a stroke palsy. For two weeks before her death she had suffered from a severe attack lung fever. Grand master Powderly the knights labor has out lined the policy that powerful organization and arbitration will he the first resort then the strike and the Boycott. Representative Wilkins has been made a member the committee education in place governor Curtin who has resigned his Conn action with All the committees. Wilbur Milar clerk in the dry goods store John Burry jr., has accepted a situation As travelling Salesman for the Well known wholesale House Lippen Cott Philadelphia a. The germans have entered their protest against a a artificial butter a and demand that it shall be branded a table that is a Good honest name for it. Dick bros., this place have contracted for building Sharp a songs foundry. The Structure will be 55x38 feet two stories High with engine House 12x12 feet. J. P. Kuhn is running a Lively and interesting educational column in the new Philadelphia Freeport press Farmers in Marion county who gave their notes for Bohemian Oats have warned All persons not to Purchase them. Rev. John Wilson the E. Church this City is attending general conference now in session at Baltimore Maryland. The c. L. A w. Is now shortened up into one we Ord from the initials death d. Good. It is our painful duty this week to record the death David Good which occurred at his Home in Ragersville this county wednesday March 3d, aged seventy three years. Deceased was Well and favourably known throughout Tuscarawas county As a kind genial gentleman with Many Good traits character and his loss will be deeply Felt by those Ylio knew him Best. Of Eulogy major Henry Kaldenbaugh and his theory life. I. Good was born in Washington county Pennsylvania december 12th, 1812, and was a member a family seven one whom a sister survives him and is now ninety three years age. Or. Good when a boy attended the same school with James g. Blaine and when . Blaine addressed the citizens new Philadelphia in 1880, the old school mates met once More when . Blaine recognized the colonel at once and grasped his hand with great emotion. Or. Good was Well know throughout the entire county As a genial charitable and open hearted Man with More than Ordinary intellect. He suffered much in the last year with Braih trouble but the last forty five hours his life was unknown to him and his sleep peaceful and Calm. His daughter and son from Indianapolis had been summoned to his bed Side but while the gentlemanly and affectionate son could not remain to see his fathers last struggle that More than lady like daughter mrs. Binford whom our German minister praised so highly in his funeral discourse stayed to soothe her fathers dying moments and to see him properly interred in the silent Tomb. She was a great favorite her father and sincerely did she return his affection. The family will miss him More than anticipated. He was buried under the auspices the masonic order which brought some Dover a most respected citizens in the line procession. The funeral sermons were preached by Rev. Dodd new Philadelphia and Rev. Noll the German reformed minister this place who has been very kind to the family during the illness the deceased. Or. Dodd has preached four funeral sermons in this place in the past few years and we consider him one the Ablest ministers that Tuscarawas county has. Deceased was the father thirteen children whom eight have been married and the Grandfather ten grandchildren. A Friend. Death Richard Mcclelland Richard Mcclelland an old and highly respected citizen Tuscarawas county died at his Home near new Cumberland six Miles Northeast new Philadelphia saturday last week aged seventy years. Deceased was born in county Down Ireland in 1816, and came to this country in 1828, since which time he has resided in this county. For several years past the deceased had been afflicted with cancer in the face and the immediate cause death is attributed to blood Poison. Or. Mcclelland was an honest Thrifty educated Farmer and served As a member the state Board equalization in 1876. The funeral services were held in the presbyterian Church at new Cumberland Rev. Cook this City officiating. A very Large concourse people were present to their respects to one whom they had so highly respected during his lifetime. Mrs. Mcclelland died some years ago and several children Are left to mourn the loss a kind indulgent father. Resolutions respect. At a meeting the directors the citizens National Bank held March 4, 1886, the following resolutions were unanimously adopted resolved that in the death our vice president Henry Kalden Haugli this Bank loses an officer who was always prompt to Advance its interests devoted to its welfare and Prosperity one who was Wise in Council fearless in action and an honest Man whose Virtues endeared him not Only to the directors and officers this Bank but to All with whom he was brought in Contact. Resolved that the directors this Bank tender their Heartfelt sympathies to the family and relatives in this their sad affliction. Resolved that these resolutions he published in the county papers and that a copy he sent to the family the deceased. S. Of Donnell president. A. Welty cashier. The masquerade skates Given at the Casino tuesday evening by the wide a Wake club was the Best and most successful that has taken place in new Philadelphia for Many years. The building was crowded with spectators and there were the floor Between forty and fifty persons in Mangne representing the modern dude and modest Quak Eress the i English Nabob and Limerick Dan the Knight be Olden times and the Queen night besides Many other queer quaint characters. There was plenty genuine fun and the entire evening was one music and mirth. Great credit is due the managers for the excellent manner in which everything connected with the entertainment was conducted. Hon. Beriah Wilkins has returned from Ohio. He expressed himself As indifferent towards a renewal congressional life and Pines for a return to business. So says a Washington correspondent to the Cleveland Plain dealer. After the usual Frost in the recent cold wave in Florida the coloured people explained the amazing phenomenon washing Frozen stiff the line by deciding that a the Good lord starched All de clothes for us in de the subject Rev. Cooke a lecture next Sabbath morning will be a the Christian in new Cumberland will get a daily mail from the Wheeling amp Lake Erie r. R., commencing monday next March 15. Court news. Levi Alba ugh is Michael France. Appeal. Jury trial. Suit brought for recovery damages. Horse sold alleged to have been a a verdict for defendant. Mary Rice is William Sliester it Al. In partition. E. Bailey appointed guardian and ii a for minor defendants. Harles Riechelt is John Striek maker and Alvin Eum Inell. Default it Belg it has been supposed by most people that moneyed men never think about anything but to make Money but this was not the exclusive thought major Kaldenbaugh. Although he loved Money As Well As most men and knew How to make it his theory was different from most moneyed men. Lie adopted a different manner to make Money from the most this class men. Ills theory was to help All men mint us v>j15.60 and Cost that could be helped without loss and j the slate Ohio a to raise the Standard the Community. He was anxious to see All men make Money and get Homes for themselves and families and has helped a number to do so. His theory was that As a Community became Rich All about him improved in wealth. He could do the same lie indictment for gambling. In Iea die be l. Mcguire. Of guilty $5.00 Fine costs prosecution and stand committed until paid. Benedict Uteri is Christian Keunzli and John Schwab. Settled costs pro rata. The state Ohio is Henry Miller claimed and that a Man could do bet and John Groener. Indictment for Ter and make More Money in a Rich Community than he could in one poverty do More business with less loss and could get better paying rates. The major did not wish himself and family to he Superior to his neighbors nor Lus neighbors Superior to him and his family hut desired a Mutual and reciprocal relation to exist within the whole neighbourhood. He was not such a Lover Money As some might suppose but lie was a Lover what he burglary and larceny. Prisoners by counsel demand separate trials. Prosecuting attorney elects to try Henry Miller first. State Ohio is Henry Miller. Trial to jury. Verdict a a guilty a As charged in the indictment. The state Ohio is John Groener. Trial to jury. Verdict a guilty a As charged in the indictment. Joseph s. It Roham is it George t. Flam could get out it in the Way raising ing. Jury trial. Suit brought ordain the Standard the whole people in a Ages for alleged bicycle injury. Verdict Community. That can he seen by the for defendant improvements he made upon his own. Premises and the improvements lie k u i Lead Ciphia it made in the town new Philadelphia Myn Riuz to re wherever lit4 has been in authority to m.,im1 in a a a i i. Draw All plenum Quot do so and never made any mistakes my 1 his official capacity. Amos s. Brough we can now see that the Alivo is True struck jury trial. In the Way he has made tin disposition j plaintiffs costs. Of his property among the needy and the benevolent institutions our town and this is done upon rational is vol s Tolu in at costs to parties t it wit ii George Shipton. Ause dismissed at ale Jones is John Doerfer. Jury trial. Case continued at costs plaintiff. Oscar e. Hunt is Ynson b. Everett and William b. Thompson. Judgment verdict jury for defendants �?$6.35 orgy upon its principles. Different animals Herd together induced by different appetites. A constitutional want brings Man into society and the cravings nature would be sufficient Force Ost a. For collecting human beings into com Ohio complaint Phoebe Kirby inanities. Congenial temperament the is Joseph Spray. Continued motion instincts relationship common Pur and affidavit defendant suits and reciprocal advantages bring different persons together and hold Iaia a a bold it Malen a. Boyd. Malen a. Boyd elects to take Fiirst them in companionship and often with cel land at appraisement. Elijah c. Much Mutual satisfaction. Very much what is termed Friendship and love j Collins elects to take second parcel land at appraisement. Deeds ordered among men reposes upon such conciliation in nature. Major Kaldenbaugh understood these rules that Are taught in rational a sheol orgy and endeavoured to teach them in our Community by Precept and example and the major did claim that men Are captivated by the heart and by favors. Now there is nothing More agreeable to humanity More useful to society than compassion Lenity Beneficence and generosity. This is what induced Cicero to say a there is nothing truer than that excellent Maxim Plato a we arc not born for ourselves alone but likewise for our country and and if according to the stoics the productions the t Arth Are for men and men themselves for the Good and assistance one another we ought certainly in this respect to comply with the designs nature and promote her intention by contributing our share to the general interest by i mutually giving and receiving Good 1 turns and employing All our care and Industry and even our substance to strengthen that love and Friendship j and distribution proceeds. A Tegg a co. A it we. Wingate. Plaintiff leave to reply april 15, 1886. Drusilla Stoody is John d. Aldridge. Report it get com in is toners in partition confirmed and Sale ordered. Jacob a Burchfield. Birchfield is Reuben j. Frank Hurd a co., George 1 re Ickes Bremer a Chafer made pendants their own motion with leave to afis wer i Stanter. Hardesty Brothers is casemere Wolf it Al. Default judgment $171.16 and Cut 1st s. Cd Veland paper company is Benjamin w. L Irich 11 Al. Default judgment $ William ii. Harding is report commissioners confirmed and Sab order Labin Parks in partition r is Well re nag Etu Metal. w. Scott for $45.56. Wible Wentz a a by is george4 Lusher i it it re let e a Lant a a i Is j Ohn lamas it which should always prevail in human i us a defendant annie4 lamas society. Justice and goodness Are the leave to file answer i Stanter. Only True Bonds that unite and knit men i together in society. This was the Max j in Plato sustained by Cicero and practice by our lamented Friend major Ter. Henry Kaldenbaugh who has gone to James Mecue is i hairy r. Kipley it Al. Defendant Dane k. Ripley leave to file answer and Eross petition instant join those who taught and practice tin4 same philosophy this Earth to reap his rewards with them and has left a record for those that yet remain. A a 6 and do thou pc i hindi -. Transfers real estate. State Ohio is Edward p. Be grief. Indictment for assault and Battery. Nolle pro Sequi. Tin.4 state Ohio is Mary Everett. No indictment. The defendant Ami her recognizance discharged. The state Hio is it to Darcy Everett. No indictment. The defendant and lib recognizance discharged. Joshua Mason to Emanuel Hensel. I,.i j be state to is Onrad 1 b 29-i00ths an acre Goshen township. ,.a a _ a indictment a Selling to $100. Isaac Wengard to Jeremiah Stutz Man 88 4-Looths an acre sugar Creek township $1,660. Philip Zimmerman to John Andreas lots 11 and 12, Ragersville $2,000. John Brown and John i. Wilson to e. Alexander strip land in new Philadelphia $350. John Ginther to John Heck 2< acres Warwick township $10,000. Thomas Healea to George w. In Alea 42 acres Union township $2. Joseph l. Morris to the p. A. A St. L. Ray co., 18-100ths acres Union township $200. We. Campbell to George Spence lot 1, new Philadelphia $300. G. W. Ross to Hamilton Skinner lot 11, Uhrichsville $125. Sheriff Goudy to Henry Kalden Haugli lot 59, new Philadelphia $1,750. W. G. Williams to the p. A St. L. Ray co., 37-Looths an acre Union township $150. Pro Sequi enter d Euting actor nov. Minor my a tilt it ii i Felt. Nolle a i t it so the state Ohio is Thomas Hartz Horn. Nolle in Rosqui entered motion pro Eluting attorney. The state Ohio is Samuel l. Douglas. Indictment a Selling to it minors. Nolle Pross Eque entered motion prosecuting attorney. The state Ohio is William May i Berry. Indictment Selling contrary to Law. Nolle pro Sequi entered motion prosecuting attorney. Rev. Lyon m Roe county is said to lie the oldest member the present legislature. He claims relation hip to Benjamin Franklin. He a been a Baptist minister for 33 year having preached 6,000 Sermon -. Captain Jack Crawford tie famous j Western scout says a a if i bad my Way 1 would imprison for life All writers and i publishers the yellow backed lies that ruin Many Young men and brings George Geis to the p. It. A St. H. B y them West to Light co., 96-1 Totlis an acre 1 Nion town ship $175. George Spence to Edward elks lot 1, new Philadelphia $350. Lawrence ii. Watson liquidator to Captain Beecher a son the famous Brooklyn preacher i under charges embezzling $500 in Bis office internal Revenue collector at port Townsend the commissioners annual report will appear in the times next week. The Glasgow port Washington Iron a w a f. He Deni it s the charges and Coal co., to Henry s. King 104 34-100ths an acre Salem township $2,500. James March to Mary e. Ulrich 50 acres Salem township $2,500. Tuscarawas Iron and Coal company . Ridenour 7-100ths an acre Jefferson township $200. Tuscarawas Iron and Coal company to we. Brown 7-100ths an acre Jefferson township $200. Tuscarawas Iron and Coal company to George Mees 7-100ths an acre Jefferson township $200. Sheriff Goudy to Samuel p. Webb 7-100ths an acre Jefferson township $775. Coming East to prove Lus innocence. It is announced that a conference Between democratic leaders and president Cleveland will soon a held at which Points disagreement will he frankly discussed with the Hope a clearer understanding Between the president and his party. A Chicago Man had in his stable a Tine harms and Wolf Robe and a valuable Bull dog to guard them. A burglar stole harness Robe and dog. Henry g. Fromm to Solomon Stocker to find a policeman. In St. 1 35 acres Clay township $2,150.j 1 a a other Day one was lined a it Peter Ulrich to James March 50 acres Salem township $2,500. U. B. Croxton to Aaron Shull 13 72-100 acres York township $1,372. There is once in a while an exception to the Rule that it is always impossible is the for getting drunk. To oppose Morrison a Bill. Youngstown o., March 8. At a mass meeting tonight workingmen the following were selected As delegates to go to Washington to appear before the ways and Means committee to oppose Morrison a Bill Roger Evan Thomas Williams a. White Philip Hagan and Mike Mcandrews. They Are representative men from the roiling Mills and Are Well posted the Tari 11�?T. Three them went to Washington a similar Mission two years ago. The men Are enthusiastic Over the matter and will exert every nerve to defeat the Bill. There were a number manufacturers present. The delegation will leave wednesday night. They have telegraphed to Pittsburg to see if a delegation is going from there As they desire to go together. Two Hales Cotton raised by slave labor in 1s62 were sold the other Day at Rock Hill s. The owner had been offered 331 cents in Gold a Pound but for >nnn4 unkown reason would not sell and when he died lit still had it stored. It was in excellent condition although Twenty four years old and was sold Foi v cents a Pound tin4 lowest Price touched by Cotton since these Bales were grown. Unclaimed letters. Winter is monkeying around too familiarly in the la Spring. The following list unclaimed it to ters remain in the new Philadelphia pos Tollick March 8th, ls86 Fred Burki foreign. Lark Apt. Lydia Fisher m iss Jennie Jaines Elizabeth Jones foreign Auer Hel neck Christ Lute miss Ida Waltz. F. Fridley i. F furniture. We have now ngot the largest assortment All Kin Syf furniture Ever kept in this City. Now v Tom Jojne for a big bargain. repairing done Short n As we Luvy Pun based a Fine Hearse we Are prepared to do undertaking in All its branches in country Bud town. S a. Gintz \ co., ilw2 West Iliad Street. Bargains in drugs . The Large and elegant Stock drugs paints oils Wall paper miscellaneous books school books novelties etc., etc., at d. Gentle he a is now being closed out at Cost prices and below and will be thus offered until the 1st april at which time . Gent has determined to close out his business. Splendid bargains Are offered. All and see. The marvelous pro Guers made by the wage earners under the auspices the knights labor i it one the most notable features the Day. They have Learned the value f organization and combined action and can now meet capital something like an equal footing and discuss Industrial questions from a High standpoint. Talmage wants $360 per night and Cash in Advance to address the sinners m Exico Missouri and this too from a religious standpoint. It used to be tin4 blood tie marys was Tice a the Church. Mas How tilings have changed and the times Well go we will giv4 something to see tie people Mexico matched from eve it lasting ruin. The humane society it. Loins Lias prevented a theater manager that City from conducting a test by Winch a Reward was to go flt it tie4 boy win would it for the longest time a chunk ice. Tb4 disappointment tie manager was exceeded by the a inst a Small boy who walked Awa with a Peculiar Stop owing to tie4 rub her that lined tin seat Bis trousers. Baby carriages. We have now got a larger Assort men a these4 goods id than any Otlie Bouse in the count a it prices that speak for themselves. An re a co. Ilw2 / est High Streel. Or. Gleeson leva land went into a drug store in that City one Day n cent by and asked for a drink whisky. A ill clerk gave him a Ghis carbolic acid which he swallowed ail fell dead. He 1 it a wife and seven children. The new York and new Haven Railroad has issued an order from Hart to Advance the wages labourers Al divisions from $1.35 to $1.50 per Day. The Advance was made without a Loci tation. Baud a Maurer tic prominent Sci eral merchants Bolivar >., have jus received a Large invoice carpet Chai in All colors which they Are Selling Vei cheap. Parties needing anything i Tii it line will do Well to give them Eali. Fred. Schumacher a oat meal Mill Akron will but re built by a Stock con Pany. Schuma Ehi r has $500,0no let. It Oatmeal bulged 1 a barrel. An order for a farm in Warbingto county ind., was received by a Loci real state4 age t. There from an Ohi a Man who wanted also if possible4, wife Between the Ages <4#, 26 and 4 a years a to go with the Tewfiq 4 when a Nephew the mormon Prophet Smith 011 trial for polygamy at Salt Lake City last week protected in court that he bad taken two wives in obedience to the jaw god judge Zane informed him that a a this court is run under the Edmunds a Bill has passed the Ohio House providing that persons having furnished feed for e attle horses shall have a Lien upon the same. . Having line new Hearse we are4 now Yuliy equipped to take charge and prepare dead bodies Leir burial. Rates inca tunable. Room in Lytle Block wet Hil Street. 8tf \

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