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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - March 25, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday March 26, 1886. Number 13. Or. Xvi a i _ i i i a _ m Samuel Moore proprietor. A. H. Watson editor. Thursday March 2.3, 1880. Office in c citizen a National Hank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,.300. A Trulio new times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash 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. Address All matter intended for publication to the editor. Laws newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use it whether he has ordered it not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. 11 subscribers move to other places without informing tie publishers and the 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 Lee 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. A rites common pleas up be county. . Probate .1 Edge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins i. C. Figert l w. Bowers John w. Kinsey j. L. Kennedy j. G. Neumann s. Rufer w. E. Lash r. Renner . Ii. Hoover j. Wherley \ w. Rogers l. Krantz Sec City Daniel Korns. Janies ii. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. C. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. Win. Campbell. Andrew Erwin. Mayor clerk marshal Street commissioner Council justices. Names. Townships. Daniel Krebs Clay. James w Sleuth Wayne. George rear Perry. Isaac conts Washington Henry Deible Rucks. Jacob Kreng sugar Creek. Henry Vanlehn Warwick. J ii ranks Warren. Daniel Haas Franklin. John Smith Goshen. Jus Galbraeth. Rush. John Misione Mill. Samuel Moore. Goshen. T r Rankin Rush. I. S Winsch Clay. F r Berkshire. Perry. S y Renneker Fairfield. L s Mckinney. Sandy. We e Reck Goshen. Samuel c Kline. Lawrence. J 11 Gardner Warren. Robot it druthers Washington John Wetter Wayne. William Kinsey York. Philip Doerfer. Rucks. T .1 Stocker Salem. T h Mozena Mill. Joseph Healen Mill. Chas e Davis theford. C c Fernsel Franklin. Levi Travis Auburn. .1 w Newbury Dover. Jos ii Hostetter Dover. Nich fag Dover. Wesley m Tracy Lundy. John la Jones Auburn. Hiram Lehman. Warwick. David Breymeir Lawrence. Lewis c Zollars. Sugar Creek. 1. A Cornet Salem. John s Spring Jefferson. Charles 11 Ellers Fairfield. John w Kollie. Jefferson. Hugh t Minnis Goshen. C w Kinsley Oxford. I la k Uhn. York. s Wagner Union Post office. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Cadwallader. Paoli. Baltic. Shanes Ville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. New Philada a. Gnadenhutten. Gnadenhutten. Cadwallader. New Pilad a. Mineral City. New philae a. Bolivar. New Cumberland Albany. Dundee. New philae a. Baltic. Port Washington i Hrie Osville. Dennison. Newcomerstown Strasburg. Ragersville. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City. Rogersville. Tuscarawas /.oar. Shanesville. Port Washington port a Ashington Zoar station. Stone Creek. New Philada a. I Newcomerstown Black Rand. Uhrichsville. Church directory. Parks byte 111 a every sunday at Scio a. In. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lords Day morning at 10 30 a. In Reabing morning and evening every third lord s Day each month. Sunday school at 9 clock a. Method1st every Sahli ath at 10 30 a. 111. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 0 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. German Reform every sunday at la 3uja. And 2 15 p. In., alternately. Sunday school at 0 00 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday morning service each Mouth concert in the evening. Lodge directory. chapter no. .�?~18, r. A. A. Meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniski. Gutzman. Sec a. A veterans tribute. General George a. Sheridan told the Story general Grants career and portrayed his character at the Academy music in new York City thursday night last a Eek for the Benefit the Grant Monument fund. It is not at present known How much this netted. General Sheridan said a in courage physical courage general Grant was the peer any Man living. I done to believe lie Ever knew the sensation physical fear. Wherever the emergency Battle called him there he Avent. Grant was a Domestic Man. Only one thing avas Strong enough to Call him from Home. That avas his duty to his country. In mrs. Grant he found a Loyal partner in poverty and Prosperity. After his wife he loved his children. He had few friends. When once he gave a Man his Friendship no proof less Strong than holy Avrit could shake his Faith in that Friend. But whenever that Friendship avas betrayed his dislike became As bitter As his liking had previously been Strong. �?o1 am not prepared to Tell what general Grants religion avas in a technical sense. experience has taught me that most men Avaio think for themselves to a greater less degree form for themselves a theory religion that is generally found to diverge avidly from the excepted Creed. Whatever general Grants religion was one thing is certain there avas nothing doubt vacillation about it. Whatever Hen Oral Grant believed he always believed thoroughly. He believed implicitly in the existence an All Avise All creating god. He did not believe that this Earth ours was called into existence by the Kavork Chance. General Grant believed that everyone existing upon this Earth was created god and at the instance its creation was endowed Avith immortality. He believed in an immortality a Here he Avold see and be seen know and be known love and be loved an immortality Progress and happiness. When asked while the Shadow death was him what consoled him most he replied in sub Tance that a i never Avron ged a Man designedly and have tried to do Aliat Little Good 1 he was a great believer in religious institutions and looked upon them As a vast Force in this world for Good. His religion avus a Good one to live by and 1 judge a Good one to die by. A Titis not alone sufficient for military Success that there should be armed forces. They must be mobilized ready for use. So Avith Man. His forces mental and moral should Ahvay be ready for action. Grant had this Quality readiness. He avas Ahvay master himself. He avas never taken unawares. His career is full illustrations this Quality. With All the experience years brought general Grant avas never a suspicious Man. He had the simplicity a child and with it the faculty Clear seeing. In 1861 lie knead Little politics but i believe he knew better than any Man then living Avaio subsequently Rose to distinction the great issues which were at stake in the avar. He was prompt and Quick and he bad entire Confidence in his Avn judgement. He never held a Council War. When a great question was Given to him for consideration lie Avent into secret session Avith himself. Then having determined Arhat lie would do he marched straight to Avard his purpose. The dominant element in Grants character avas his tenacity purpose. He avas born As Resolute As a Bull dog. In this respect he closely resembled Wellington the Iron Duke. A since Grant died i have had a Kindlien feeling for death than Ever before. Somehow i believe that the grim Slayer moved by admiration for the Soldier Avo was making such a splendid tight against Liim and by the depth and majesty the love that pushed Bis Aveary pen across the pages held Back Bis final Shaft till the old heroes Kavork avas done and his soul could pass Wavay tranquilly untroubled by thoughts danger and poverty befalling his loved _ to fight knights labor. Sabbath school at 9 a. In Rayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. 1ethren.�?preaching every Sun i a. And 7 clock . Prayer very wednesday night. Sunday 15 a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, v a. M., meets Friday before full Moon t two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mcilvaine . L. Taylor Sec y. Knights Lodge no. 73. Meets in their Castle Hall. Centre Block every Tuur a even sub. Al. A c p w. Duncan k. Of r. And s. I. 0.0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows hhl1 f. Kislig n. G. I. A. Co it Rill rec. Sec a. F. 0. O. Lodge no. 430. Meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. C gtem1>iifly, n. It. P. Sehl rec. Sec a. J 0 Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block per i. A. Correll scribe. A statement avas published in the Chicago papers Friday last that the attitude lately assumed by the knights labor has greatly alarmed the railroads East the Missouri River and they have arrived at the conclusion that it is Only a question time alien they will have to contend against the same difficulties As now prevent the Missouri Pacific system from carrying its business. They find that at present they Are not prepared to meet the combined strength the knights labor resist there demands and that in order to protect themselves they would haae to effect a combination the various roads. With this end in View a meeting the superintendents the various roads within the territory the Central traffic association All roads East the Mississippi River and West the Western terminus the trunk lines was held in Cincinnati last monday and the present situation regarding impending Lalair troubles avas fully discussed. The opinion avas unanimously expressed that the present situation is the most critical since railroads first came into existence in this country and that United and harmonious action Between All the roads could prevent serious results. An organization avas effected and stated meetings will let a held regularly in order to be Able to meet any labor troubles that might arise within the Central traffic association territory by United action. I. O. 0. Fun. P. It. A no. 8. Moots Over third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fel i lows Hall City Block. It. A. W. Dodd come r. S. Hirst Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. 0, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. W. Rowers commander. Royal Arcanum philos Council meets every first and third Friday each month in knights pythias Hall. W 11. Miller Regent. J. S. Bigler Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday each month at g. Hall. E. Kaserman pres. We. Rowers Cor. Sec a. Prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National rank new Philadelphia Ohio. Samuel 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 rank. Alexander g. Drake a coloured Carpenter Louisville is coming into prominence As a Temperance revivalist. He is 59 years old an sex slave and is said to let a doing Good. His plan Kavork is to secure signers to a pledge which binds them for three Mouths a year for life As they May elect. The pledge is unique and reads a i do sincerely Hope that if i drink Beer Al risky until Date named Here Avit Hout living considered sick bad Luck May be mine the remainder my life so help me the daily reports strikes in various parts is becoming monotonous. The great question for the political parties to solve in the next three years is the labor question. There appears to be an after clap to the Oregon method driving out the chinese. The persecuted celestial were Only too willing to leave when forced to do so but their arrival at san Francisco they immediately instituted suits for damages against the town8 that forced them to leave placing their claims up in the hundreds thousands dollars. The Avo St it for the towns against Vabich the suits Are brought is that they will be held responsible for the damages claimed upon satisfactory proof being furnished the court such being in consonance Avith treaty obligations Avith China Avrich were inserted with the intention to protect american citizens in that country. It is Safe to say no More chinese avi11 he violently assisted to emigrate from Oregon towns. The Boycott Avill be found the Only effective a Capon. Garfield Lias been dead More than four years and still the doctors Are disputing Over his Case. Or. Is Marsh a distinguished German surgeon publicly maintains that wounds like that from which Garfield died Are curable and that with proper treatment his life could have born preserved. This has stirred the Gall . Hamilton one the surgeons who attended Guiteaux a victim and he is inclined to write surgeon Smarsh Down an ass. If Garfield had been a common Soldier and received his wound in Battle the army surgeons would Luia e extracted the Ball and Given him a fair Chance for life. According to . Hamiltons own showing medical timidity had much to do Avith the demise his eminent patient. Union county journal Ohio courts Are bringing insurance companies to time Avo Avont what they Promise to. When a fire occurs and a loss any size results they begin to quibble and fool around and try to evade and in Many cases swindle the insured out Arhat they agreed to them and the insured a rather than have any trouble a will Settle one half and in Many cases for a Mere song As they cannot afford to have it go into court and Avail the Laavy a delay. The Law should interfere and bring these swindling insurance companies to time. Many them Are dead beats and nothing More less than organized swindling concerns. It is about time Law is enforced to protect honest men instead rogues. Four Hundred miners employed at the National mines near Washington vill Columbiana county have been Avo King a yearly contract As to the Price to be paid for mining. It expired last monday and saturday the men notified the company that they desired an Advance. The company replied that they Avold sign a contract for a year making the base Price 82� cents per ton the same As last year. The miners met monday and after a discussion decided to except the terms offered and work avas resumed for another year at 821 cents per ton. An Eastern Exchange says that one the cute things in the Avage system is that Ashen a corporation cuts do Avn wages 10 per cent and then raises Savages 10 per cent it has really made a Cut Down one per cent. This May not strike workingmen at first sight As being Correct but it is really so. Let us illustrate suppose a Man earns is per Day and Lias his wages reduced 10 per cent. Then he receives 90 cents per Day. When he gets a raise ten per cent it is 10 per cent 90 cents Avrich amounts to nine cents. Then Avith the Advance the Man gets 99 cents instead one �1 per Day As at first. The commissioner <1f agriculture in a report says there is a tendency in Ohio to Breed a finer class farm animals and that the importation Fine Stock is not merely for style also that sleep growing counties report a rapid decline in that interest occasioned by continued Yoav prices for Avo i and Mutton. Many counties lost from three to five per cent their hogs from cholera hut Avith this exception and glanders in horses reported from three counties live Stock is in a healthy condition All Over the state. The lumber Section the Morrison Tariff Hill one the Best in it and one that Congress should pass unanimously if the interest the country Avert consulted avas finally agreed to by a vote 8 to 4, the republicans a voting in the negative. The reduction the duty lumber is not Only in the interest cheap houses for the people but in the line the preservation american forests. The High protective duty lumber is one the idiocies the existing Tariff. Parson Burchard the Man Avo spoiled . Blaines presidential Hopes by coupling his name Avioli a Rome rum and rebellion a has been obliged to resign from the presidency and Hoard trustees Rutgers female College new York. Some months ago his parishioners made things so uncomfortable that he avas forced to retire and now he leaves the College As he says because the enmity a part the trustees. Would prefer hades. Less than thirty men in new York City alone control $650,000,000, the greater part Avrich has been filched from the Avealt producers the United states during the past fifteen years and during a time when All sides the cry hard times has gone up from the Avage Avor kers. In just the proportion that the Avor Kmen is underpaid the greed the grasping Money tyrant has groan fiercer. The Rich Are growing Richer and the poor Are groaning poorer. We Are beginning to heartily Admire president Cleveland. When he decides upon a plan action he cannot he driven from his position by a hostile Senate mugwump slave Driver disown party. His firmness for Aliat he believes right almost amounts to obstinacy and the country should rejoice in the Possession an executive Avaio is not the subservient tool a ring within Avit Hout his party. A Cleveland pres. The new Philadelphia correspondent the Cincinnati enquirer writes As follows under Date March 20th the 19th Day december last George Crossland this City was sentenced to serve a term three months at the Kavork Louse at Cleveland Ohio for stealing Al out seventy tin t cents Worth As alleged to keep his family from starving. Yesterday he returned Home and if the stories he tells regarding the treatment he and others received at the Kavork House in that City arc True it is High time that there be an investigation the institution. When Crossland was sent there three months ago he avas a Hale vigorous Hearty Man. He returned Home a physical wreck brought about As he states by his treatment while confined. For breakfast he states he avas Given a howl Black Coffee two spoonfuls Black molasses and a piece bread generally sour for dinner a dipper full soup Avith bread and the same for supper. The Quantity he avas Given Crossland states avas far from being sufficient to satisfy their appetites and judging from his present jaded appearance one would be led to think he avas telling the truth. His lied consisted a Small Iron cot with a handful Straw and the vermin were so thick lie states that half his nights Avert spent a killing Crossland a Back it is thought by the doctor Here to be permanently disabled by lying the naked Iron cot. The rules Are very rigid and Crossland says a Man had far better make his Bod in Liades at once than be sent to the Cleveland work House. His Story regarding his treatment there and his appearance has called Forth much comment. Or. James Minnis Andrew Crawford Post g. A. R., this City has kindly furnished us the following list sex sold lers Avaio were in the county infirmary up to the later part february. A great Republic thus rewards her honoured heroes Casper Clipfel co. A 56th it. V. I. Regiment three years. Age 56 admitted to infirmary february 1, 1886. No family. William Davis co. A 1st Virginia cavalry eleven months. Age 68 admitted to infirmary october 17, 1885. Wife dead. Frederic Rieger co. A stewarts cavalry mo., nine months. Age 64 admitted to infirmary november 3, 1876. Wife dead. Davard finn co. Of 2d Cal. Vol. Inf., four years and six months. Age 67 admitted to infirmary november 27, 1885. Wife dead. John Price co. A 11th Tenn. Vol., one year. Age 71 admitted to infirmary May 20, 1884. Wife dead. Robert m. Huston co. A 80th V. I., three years. Age 68 admitted to infirmary March 25, 1883. Wife dead four children. Jacob f. So Miyer co. A 7th n. Y. Vol. I., two years. Age 65 admitted to infirmary december 14, 1885. Wife dead six children. Elisha Day co. I 115th n. Y. Vol. Inf., one year. Age 74 admitted to infirmary sept. 2, 1885. No family. The furniture the Sherman House this City was sold at Public Sale monday last by the receiver m. V. Ream jr., to William Campbell for $1,-600. The Reilly Bros. Avill conduct the House until the expiration their Leese april 1st. There Are no better hotel men in the state and the Sherman House under their management was first class in All its appointments. The tables Avert far above the average and equal to those most City hostelries. The furniture and table equipments were purchased at considerable expense and sold at a great sacrifice. The Reilly Bros will be greatly missed by our people and their old patrons. We Davisii them abundant Success in the future which they justly Merit. P the above avas placed in Type we learn that after thursday this week the House will be closed to the Public under the management Reilly Bros. The proprietors since their three years sojourn in new Philadelphia won the Confidence our people and retire from business As honorable honest gentlemen and the reputation having been a the Best hotel men that Ever set foot the town plat new Here is a note a Arning for our merchants Avo sometimes Oiler half Cash and half goods in Exchange for country produce. An innocent Farmer sold some eggs to his Home merchant agreeing to receive half Cash and to take the balance out the store. After he had received his Cash in response to the merchants inquiry As to what he Avold take in Trade he concluded to except eggs receiving Back half the eggs he had just sold. The merchants profits the transaction Are not reported. Advices received from London Are to the effect that the Queen is doing up her Hack hair preparatory to visiting the it has come to her ears that the Prince Wales spends a great part his time running around with the boys to a see the elephant a and she has just made up her mind to go to the zoological gardens i Stanter and see for herself what there is about that animal to cause so much scandal. It avas a characteristic remark president Lincoln about the common people that a god must like them because be makes so Many . George freed an eccentric citizen Columbiana died last sunday aged 87 years. He had a Strong antipathy to Tabacco in any form and gave special instructions that no one no used tobacco As a Chewer smoker should officiate at Liis funeral either As undertaker pallbearer minister. He also directed that his remains should not be interred until six Days after his death. A Pittsfield Mas Man Lias acquired several thousand dollars Avith his Buksaw. He is intelligent and Liberal recently gave $100 in a Lump to a Public Enterprise Lias represented the town in the legislature is an Active political and although More than 60 years old sawed nearly three Hundred cords Wood during the past year. Reeves Bros got out a strike at Niles by conceding an Advance. A Friend at our Elbow suggests that auditor John Kinsey and photographer to. Strickmaker Don Sunset coloured tights and enter the skating rink Arena to compete for a Cabinet size picture a a Uncle Ned As that Elioney coloured Knight the Rostrum appears Ashen a a elucidating his famous lecture entitled an a a Ada less Well bet the paper a lire Cracker that to. Avill come out second Best. Charley Rittenhouse came into our Den the other Day and asked if ave knead Why the times avas like a Rich Man we said Nix. Charley quietly remarked that ave must be a Ramphool and then proceeded to a harness himself by saying in Way comparison that the Moore the times got tie Moore it Avan Ted. Charley then went out and kicked himself. The salvation army in this City has been reinforced and the organization now marshals under its own Vine and Fig Leaf so to speak. They were out the streets Sabbath last with Bright flying colors and a brass band minus Bass drum. Negotiations however Are Noav pending Between the army and Joe Mccullough and Frank Black to l>1oav the drum. A great Many Tus Carnavas county people Are getting their Linen abashed and grip sacks packed for a move West Avard in Early Spring time. Sorry to lose them but Uncle same a Domain is Large and some people take the migratory fever As easily As does a Duck take to water. On wednesday last a Eek miss Millie Roneker a teacher in the Dennison Public schools died at the residence her parents typhoid pneumonia aged 18 years and 11 months. Deceased was an unusually Bright and intelligent Young lady Avith Many alarm frends. Although Ohio has a soldiers orphans Home that institution now has As Many inmates As it can contain and there Are nearly one Hundred and sixty these children scattered in the various infirm Aries the state Avrich is expressly forbidden by the Laws the state. J. W. Picker Sheimo a minister fallen from Grace by stumbling a Jug the a pc Rathur shot and killed Preston Bennet at Spalding w. Va., and a Little boy named Hamilton. Escaped but avas recaptured in the mountains and Nar Reavly escaped Lynching. We regret to learn that George the eldest son recorder Neuman is seriously ill Avioli lung trouble. George is a promising Young Man with Many warm friends Avo Avill be pained to learn his sickness. Hon. Garrett Smith Nav Comers to Avn avas at the a a huh Friday last attending court. Or. S. Is among the level headed democrats Tus Carnavas county and deserves Avell at the hands his party friends. There Are a great Many people in new Philadelphia who Are regular attendants at Church Sabbath Day but there Are unfortunately a larger number who done to get there often enough to Noav How to put a Nickel into the contribution Box. Fax state treasurer Anthony Howells has been appointed by the president postmaster at Massillon although senator Payne championed the cause . Sheppley for the position in deference to the lavishes sex lieutenant governor Waliek. No spiritual earthly use for Sam. Jones in new Philadelphia. We noticed a Bevy Young ladies going to Church last Sabbath evening with a a a him Book under each Arm. Will. Clark is fitting up his business room fast Avenue for a confectionery store. The twins a ditto and Compton Are stirring up the paste and spreading paper the avails. A cookery Luis been established in n. J. The business will consist inbreeding and raising Coons for the markets Neav York City. A Skunk Ery Avill be next in order. The times office is thoroughly equipped with a Fine line stationery and late style types. Prices very moderate and Good work guaranteed. New Philadelphia is justly proud miss Alice Crouch and our people Avill no doubt give the accomplished Little lady a Benefit at an Early Date. When a Man is about to be told a secret. He shuts the door Ashen it is a Avo Man she opens the door to make sure no one is listening outside. Some contemptible person attempted to Poison a favorite dog belonging to . Geo. Reilly the Sherman House monday last week. Xenia boy swallowed the contents one 25 cent bottle . Bulls cough syrup. He just escaped a a a coughing a through a pave Raul emetic. Hon. J. Williams Coshocton county is an old democratic wheel horse in the Ohio House representatives and a Safe Leader. Capt. Isaac human late the 80th. V. I., formerly clerk and probate judge Carroll county is dead at Massillon. Honorable Francis Ankney Tus Carnavas county avas Home visiting his family in York township Over Sabbath. At the Small sum $1 per year it is expected that the subscribers to the times Avill in Advance. The Gribble property North Broad Avay avas sold last saturday to . Samuel f Oltz for $5,500. There is to be an Effort made to erect a Monument to the late general Hancock in new Orleans. The subscription is to be wholly Southern. It would be a just tribute to the Only Federal officer who was truly an advocate the supremacy civil Law during the dark Days reconstruction. There is also a subscription proposed for the widow the Gallant general in the Crescent City and the states Louisiana and Texas which composed the once famous a fifth military the elderly men professing to he mormon missionaries induced seven respectable and handsome Young girls living near Reading pa., to leave their Homes ostensibly to go to Utah. In Friday last the proprietor this journal spent a few hours among friends in our Little sister City Uhrichsville. While there he met our old time Friend Samuel Haskins in company with whom the proprietor visited a few the business houses a All that limited time would permit and a a As greatly surprised at the magnitude business transacted by the various merchants there. The Mammoth general store e. Ostran is the largest establishment the kind in Tus Carnavas county embracing a Stock goods invoicing $25,-000, and covering a space the first floor 45x135 feet. The proprietor. Or. is a thorough going business Man and an accommodating Gen Stead the girls were taken to Nav York j Jinan it l no Yin a hic Iati a Trade. Fribley amp Kummer Are also dealers in general merchandise carrying a very extensive Stock goods and Are Clever gentlemen with a very Liberal share Public patronage. A the Standard clothing store is owned and conducted by Philip Falken Hoff Avo by honest dealing has Stab and placed in disreputable houses. Four managed to escape and return Home. A Paris iian chemist advertises his strengthening Medicine in the Folio ving terms a a Madam s. Was so weak at the time her marriage that she could hardly stand upright at the altar. Noav Lis lied a Large Trade. He carries a full after using several bottles my Modi line ready made and custom made Cine she is capable throwing the to i clothing gents furnishing goods Etc. Ker at her husband Avit Hout missing him . motto is a a fair dealing and Low f. F. Poehlitz although having been a prosperous Farmer having Seville burned out about a year ago has a very Kentucky a Avell preserved Avido aver j Fine hardware store and is driving an Over fifty has two sons Avaio Avert both excellent Trade. He is an old resident in love with the some girl. She found j Uhrichsville and enjoys the Confidence the people. Our genial Scott Custer son . John Custer this City presides Oak a Fine clothing store and carries an extensive Stork goods in his line. He is a live business Man Avith Many friends. Robert Smith a Young Active business Man identified with the business interests the place for several years has lately opened a Fine grocery establishment Avith a Mammoth Cav and fresh Stock in every department. G. F. Latto the livery Man Avith Fine teams and Good rigs is prepared at All times to accommodate the travelling Public at very reasonable rates. J. A. Rogers has one the finest photograph galleries in the county and the gentleman himself is an artistic photographer. He makes copying and enlarging a specially besides executing other Fine Kavork connected with the business. His patronage is very extensive a Lille his prices Are Avi thin the Bounds moderation. In All Uhrichsville is a spank up a Lia e to Avn Avioli a Clever set Active businessmen Avith Akhom it is a pleasure to meet. Difficulty in deciding Avrich to take and the old Man solved the problem by sending the boys off business and marrying the girl himself. George Gerstley Norristown pa., avas a a Igor Manizer a and fell a victim to his uncontrollable appetite dying a a few Days ago from indigestion. On one occasion he devoured 5 pounds Bee with Side dish accompaniments not As a feat but because his Insatiate appetite craved it. Morrison a Tariff Bill is meeting with much opposition. Iron Avor kers As Avell As Many other classes manufacturers Are appearing daily before the committee and urging their objections. It is discovered that Many representatives from the South also oppose the passage the Bill. A firm Connecticut Cigar manufacturers who have been underselling rivals explain that the use cheap tobacco in the Mouth end the cigars is the secret it All. They claim that the smoker throws the Cigar away before the fire has reached the poor tobacco. The democrats talk nominating a a scotch Dominie after relating to straight party corporation ticket this his scholars the Story Ananias and Sapphira asked them a a Why god did not strike everybody dead Avo told a court news. Announcements. Lie a after a Long silence one Little fellow got to his feet and exclaimed a a because sir there Avadna be anybody it is noted after forty six years observations that our a inters Are groaning More severe. The closing Lake Champlain has advanced several Days in the last Century and the conclusion is that the planet is perceptibly Cooling off. _ lieutenant Greely the Arctic explorer has been a constant sufferer from acute neuralgia since his return from the Polar regions and saturday As a remedy had the nerves at the base the spine severed and the flesh and Muscles separated. Egg sociable Are now prevalent in Kingston n. Y. Every Young lady brings an egg along writing her name it. Each Young Man draws one these eggs out a bag and must act As an escort for the Young lady a Liose name is inscribed the egg he dra avs. A Chicago Grain dealer says that unless the visible Supply wheat Lias decreased at least 10,000,000 bushels by May there Avill be an entire collapse in prices. He says the Trade avas never so demoralized and cannot endure the condition much longer. There is an anti lying society in Illinois. Members who embroider the truth Are fined $1. The fines Are set apart for pious and charitable uses and the society already has More Money than it Knovs Arhat to do with. It is said that no original Model the Bell Telephone can be found in the Patent office at Washington. The presumption is that the machine was eaten by mice at least the opponents the Bell company pretend to a smell a a quarrel Between two Georgia youngsters Over the swapping a mar Spring. The democrats Goshen township Are requested to meet at the commissioners rooms monday afternoon March 29th, 1886, Between the hours 2 and 0 r. M., to put in nomination a Toad ship democratic ticket. A full attendance is desired. By order the committee. The citizens the incorporated Village Neav Philadelphia Are requested to meet at the commissioners room monday evening March 29th, Between the hours 7 and 9 clock to put in nomination a citizens corporation ticket. By request Many citizens. Precinct no. 1, across the Ria want a change in trustees. Both parties Avant a Good trusty Man to represent the people in our precinct. We Avold propose . Christ. Coppersmith. Omm1ttee. Unclaimed letters. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office March 20th, 1886 we. B. Havard Chas. Havard a. To. Richards Mark to Aviv mrs. Violet Smith miss s. Bevins. F. Fribley r. A Hustler sure. Beriah Wilkins has been chosen by the democratic members Congress As the Ohio member the democratic congressional Campaign committee. Or. Wilkins they say is an aspirant for chairman the Secretary ship the committee. A Good Man in the right place. If Beriah Isnit a Hustler there never avas co. Fortner. May prove an Alibi. A bloody shirt has been found in a Field the line the Rock Island Railroad that is supposed to have belonged to one the train robbers. But although it is an easy step from practical Republican politics to train robbing Hie for a Peticc sugar was taken up j John Sherman May be Able to prove an by one the participants mothers Ald ii. And finally led to a Law suit which avas settled in the supreme court in Atlanta. Or. Mutton head and his Azife standing before the Boa constrictors Cage. A what do you suppose it ties a knot in its Tail for a says she. A perhaps it wants to remember something a Mutton head. Say society is in a pucker Over the question a shall our girls whistle a an act passed both houses the legislature last week repealing the lava Tavo years ago requiring business men and firms to file statement names and residence with the county recorder. Members the Farmers Mutual Protection society at Napoleon have been assessed 1 per cent their subscription. The society is formed to fight collection Bohemian Oats notes. A Georgia Man Avan Tod to move and had no team. He yoked himself by the Side a Young steer and hauled a Wagon loaded with a thousand pounds plunder a distance Nineteen Miles. Our genial Young Friend f. C. Lin Gan Dennison Gaare the times office a Friendly Call tuesday. De. Always wears a Bright smile and is generally Happy As a Clam at High tide. Two Hundred and ninety Fia e soldiers and citizens Guernsey county have petitioned for the passage the Weaver Bill to place soldiers a Gold basis. There Are Noav nearly 4,400 inmates at the soldiers Home in Dayton 24 Are Noav their Way there and 200 applicants have been notified that there is room for them. They Are expected to report soon. It is thought that another Transfer Viii be made to the Kansas Branch in april. The Neav Philadelphia steam carpet Washer is in full operation. Carpets called for and Deliar ered within the Cor rate limits. Orders by postal card otherwise promptly attended to. 13av4. W. B. Winch. A Kansas boy is in jail charged Avith the murder his father Mother sister and brother and yet no motive can be assigned for the bloody deed. He is 16 years old and he As Well As his family Avert highly respected. Grasshoppers in Hancock co. Coming to life three months ahead time All owing to the heat the big Findlay a Ells. Or. Alex. Butt this City we Are informed contemplates purchasing the Massi 11 . Tom Himes says he a going to put air Brake tights and ride a bicycle. Miss Alice Crouch will sing at the m. 1. 1. A a a 4 u 1 .1 .<1 4 1 it 1 a to i d f Florence m. Kline is Timothy l. Kline. Dismissed. Jacob Wherley is Norman Meese and John h. Meese. Default judgment $154.16. William if. Stephens is Elizabeth con Avell it Al. Leave i men guardian and item to file answer i Stanter. Assignment do aver and partition granted. George w. Stoutt is Benjamin Beans. Time Given Hyde amp Oaks to an Saab extended to March 15, 1886. The Start Ohio is Abraham Lorenz. Indictment Selling liquor to a minor. Jury trial. Verdict guilty. Fined $35, fifteen Days and stand committed until Fine and costs Are paid. Lemon Klein is Isaac Miller. Continued. Annias Harper ays Oliver c. In helps it Al. Default judgments for plaintiff $303.76 Jesse i. Baker $817.91 Jeremiah Stocksdale $269.17. Eva m. Smith is George w. Goudy. In Replevin. Trial to court. Finding one cent damages and costs. James w. Exline is Lemon i. Hildt. Leave to plaintiff to reply april 5, 1886. Frederick Weber is David p. Parks. Dismissed Avit Hout prejudice. Nancy f. White is James White. Guardian and item appointed and order partition granted. F. Ii. Long amp co. Is j. A. Hawthorn. Motion to make petition More definite and certain overruled and leave Given defendant to answer i Stanter. John Sheumaker is Victoria Reese. Leave to George Deardorff to file supplemental answer. Andrew Deis is Jackson Murray. Leave to defendant to withdraw an Saver. Default judgment $162.15. Jesse f. Smittle a s we. Smittle. Divorce granted. Custody child to Mother. Elizabeth Beaber is John d. Otis. Demurrer petition overruled in part and remainder sustained. Peter Fahrney is John Schild. Leave to defendant to answer i Stanter. James Mccue administrator is Henry r. Ripley it Al. Default judgment for plaintiff $3,595.37 defendant Bates $2,739.50. Hardesty Brothers is Cassimir Wolf. Judgment heretofore entered stricken out by order court and leave Given defendant to answer i Stanter. Henry Kaldenbaugh is Thomas w. Price it Al. Amanda Kaldenbaugh and Edward Kaldenbaugh substituted As executors for plaintiff. Leavis Carhart ays Levi d. Williams. Leave to plaintiff to file supplemental petition and order injunction ordered. Maggie Schild a a John Schild. Co Novit judgment $216.57. Cres Savell amp nagely is George Fisher. George Stoutt Vendor judgment $45.86. Minnie Eck Edvilder is Frank Ecken Vilder. Divorce granted. Anna lamas a a John lamas. Continued. Isaiah Dickinson is James m. Burt. Assignment. Leave to answering. Defendants to file demurrer to reply i Stanter. Almira Wimer is d. Ballman. Leave heretofore granted extended to april 10, 1886. Thomas Cox is the Penn Iron and Coal company. Leaai a to Ridgaway Burton it amp co., to file a Saver april 15, 1886. John Markley is George w. Meese. Demurrer and amended demurrer sustained. Peter Fahrney is Frederick Bigler. Demurrer to defendant Kaderly san Saver sustained and leave Given to file amended answer april 15, 1886. Thomas Ileal a is Mary f. Bentley. Dismissed. Emily Chase is isaly Ella Demuth. Dismissed. Ohio is John g. Heck. Judgment verdict jury convicting defendant Selling Avi thin two Miles fair ground fined $250 and costs prosecution. Sentence suspended to enable defendant to Appeal to circuit court. Transfers real estate. William Wolf to Bentley Burdett 50 acres Clay township $2,000. A. B. Miller to j. Reading lot 56, Uhrichsville $100. Maurice Moody to John Cahill lot 7, Dennison $500. Thomas Lacy to George Smith lot 15, a $750. George Smith to Frank Schlupp lot 45, a $950. Sarah Newton to James f. Parry 1j acres Warwick township $1,600. Beriah Wilkins to Jos. S. Scarl Borough part lot 6, Uhrichsville $60. We. B. Lollar to Jos. S. Scarborough part lot 6, Uhrichsville $125. Charles and Mary l. Lye to Lovina Naragon lot 40, Shanesville $232.50. Amelia c. Kuhn to John w. Kuhn 2 acres Clay township $70. Charles Rudolph to John Kuenzli strip land new Philadelphia $2,600. Gottlieb Schwitzer jr., to Rosabella e. Strickmaker lot 7, Blakes Mills $500. Daniel Tomer to George Flad lot 15, Bolivar $550. Cyrus Fisher to m. C. Price lot 9, Uhrichsville $250. C. Price to we. F. Clark lot 9, Uhrichsville $200. Lewis b. Glass to Jos. , strip land Uhrichsville $1,500. C. W. Rishforth to Jennie Glass strip land Uhrichsville $1,050. Jacob Mushrush to George j. Markley lot 1, Mineral City,$1,000. Catharine and Frederic Lamb to Jacob Mushrush lot 1, Mineral City $1. Jacob Burky it Al to Levi d. Troyer lot 6, Lowville $1,000. Sheriff Bowers to Clarence Cole 41 acres Goshen Toad ship $1,001. John Harmon it Al to Jacob Keffer a acre Jefferson Toad ship $175. Almost beyond belief. Greenville o., March 17. Cora Green aged 14, having escaped sunday night from her inhuman Cap Turer John Mcvey a to kidnapped her Tvan years ago her Avay Home from school near Lebanon ind., avas brought Here this afternoon by Alex Bro Avii his wife and others the neighbourhood Adams Toad ship and her Story is an awful one. In substance it is As follows she was kept in my Eye a Gypsy Wagon almost All the time travelled through Dayton Union City Troy Sidney and other places camping the Road. He beat and Cut her body with a club a buggy whip and a knife shot her in the head and outraged her a year ago. He also drove a Nail through her left foot into a Board and tying her hands and feet swung her up to the Wagon bows an hour Tavo chopping her feet with a Hatchet. The scars and abounds can be seen plainly. Replies to telegrams confirm her statement As to the place adhere she lived her name and parents ii Oak at Jamest Avn ind. Mcley tied As soon As he found the girl had Ca caped from him and his Tavo female Eon Anions. The girls parents have been telegraphed to come and officers arc after the guilty outlaw. The people Are much excited and Lynching is talked Ever adhere. A a Daisy Daisy Carroll. Nashville Tenn., March 19. A Telegram from Spring City Tenn., gives the details the arrest Daisy Carroll one the let est known ladies in Rhea county. She avas arrested by Pinkerton a detectives for complicity in the embezzlement about $100,000 from the Champion Avoris at Springfield Ohio by the confidential bookkeeper Frank Jones. It seems that the Tavo have been Avo King in concert. The woman came from Ohio two years ago bought a Tine farm near Spring City my spent Money lavishly. She was a Leader in society and avas very popular and greatly admired. Jones frequently visited her passing As her half brother. When she Learned his arrest she left for Florida but was decoded Back by the detectives. The in ions the Champion company were found in her House at Spring City and other evidence her complicity in Jones crime has been discover my. She will be taken to Ohio. An Iowa Man who had been converted at a revival meeting groaned so loud and Long Over his sins that he avas arrested and fined for disorderly conduct. We Are showing the largest and most Complete Stock carpets Ever brought to Nav Philadelphia including All the newest designs and patterns. In body and tapestry Brussels ave have a Beautiful line and our All Wool extra supers Hartford and Loavell makes Are without a doubt the Best goods offered in this Market As to style Quality and Price. All Avo i supers Cotton and Wool Cotton and ingrain Ray and hemp China matting Oil cloths Etc., and an endless variety rugs and Matts. Borders in body and tapestry and ingrain in All widths. Body and tapestry Hall Avioli Stair to match. Do a not fail to examine this Stock carpets before buying As ave have the largest Stock to select from in the county. Williams amp Horning. Notice to air parties knowing themselves to lie indebted to the Argus office either for .1�i work advertising subscription. Avill please Call promptly and make settlement. These accounts must but a eth a it immediately As they Are Small and cae one is Able to make such payment Ith out further delay. Respectfully a m. Read late Fraprie Tor .1 it a. Look Here. We arc closing out our Stock i i stuff siding flooring lath barn boar Windhav frames Sash doors mouldings for less than Cost. All out Luibil Ber is thoroughly seasoned and will be closed out cheap. John a. Is t. Ii . New phila., o., March 25th-w3 for Sale. place business in Phillip Burg is now offered for Sale. Good bar room Large Pool room hotel and Good stable House and half interest in ska Tiiu. Rink now used As a town Hall. Will sell cheap and easy payments. Fight rooms in the House. Location and bus iness Good. 12tf John w. Shi . Furniture we have Noav got the i arg a assortment All kinds Furni tyo Ever kept in this City. Tow is the time for a la bargain. repairing done Short novo. As ave have Purva sed a Fine Hearse. Ave Are prepared to do undertaking in All its branches in com by and town. A. Of to amp co., ilw2 Wes High Street. Bargains in drugs Etc., Etc. The Large and elegant Stock drugs saints oils Avail paper miscellany books school looks novelties Etc., Etc., at d. C. Gentsch a is Noav being closed out at Cost prices and below and will be thus offered until the 1st april at which time . Gentsch has determined to close out his business. Splendid bargains Are offered. Call and see. Baby carriages. We have ii Oak got a larger Assort Jcu these goods hand Jhan any other House in , at prices that speak for theft serves. A. Gintz o., 11 av2 West High by Reet. Baud amp Maurer the prominent general merchants Boli a 0., have just received a Large invoice carpet Chain in All colors which they Are Selling very cheap. Parties needing anything in that line Avill do Avell to give them u a Call

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