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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - May 6, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio Philadelphia time volume Philadelphia o., thursday May 6, 1886. Number 19. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore proprietor. Gay. Ii. Watson editor. Thursday May a 188g. Liliee in citizens National rank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. Vethe new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 j&3 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. Address All matter intended for publication to the editor. Laws of newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice o the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use of it whether he Lias ordered it or not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without informing the publishers and the paper is sent to the former direction they Are held responsible notice should always be Given of removal. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take papers from the office or place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to discontinue. Official directory. District. Wilkins state . W. Crites common pleas y county. Representative. Probate judge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins a. C. Figert g. W. Rowers John w. Kinsey j. L. Kennedy j. G. Neumann i s. Rufer s w. E. Lash 11. Benner 0. Ii. Hoover j. Wherley w. Rogers l. I Rantz Sec City Daniel Korns. James ii. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. C. C. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. We. Campbell. Andrew Erwin. clerk marshal Street commissioner Council Church directory. every sunday at 10-10 a. And 7 of clock p. Sunday school at 0 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. Christi every lords Day morning at 10 30 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day of each month. Sunday school at 0 of clock a. Meti Odist episcopal preaching every Sabbath at 10 40 a. And 7 of clock p. Sunday school at 0 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 of clock. German ref it him every sunday at 1030a. And 2 15 p. In., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday of morning service of each month concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 of clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. S item every Sun Tay at 10 30 a. And 7 o clock . Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 0 15 a. Ill. Lodge directory. chapter no. 38. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. A P. Taylor ii. P. Daniel get Omav Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 1<<, t f. A a a. Al. Meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Melly Alne . G. L. Taylor Sec a knights of Lodge. No. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck. C. C. W. Did Icax 1\. Of r. And s. I. 0. O. Philadelphia Lodge. No. 1< 7, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. A a a a f. Kislig. N. G. I. A. Corp kill rec. Sec a. I. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Lylall. City Block. C. Stempfly n. G. P. Silil Alec. Sec a. J. . Of a Bethesda Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday of each Mouth at Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. J. J. Parr c. P. I. A. Cork Ell scribe. I. 0. 0. . P. U. �?T., no. 8, meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. J. W. Dodd coins 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 Council meets every first and third Friday of each month in knights of pythias Hall. W 11. Miller Regent. J. S. Bigler Secretary. National Union safety Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday of each month at g. Lylall. E. Kaserman pres we. Bowers Cor. Sec a. Ancis r0aiig, attorney at Law and notary Public. Office r citizens National Bank new Philadel i Ohio. Muel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio professional business entrusted to his care Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining count will receive prompt and careful attention. It Over citizens National Bank. Justices. Names. A townships. Post office. Daniel Krebs. Clay. Lock no. 17. Janies w South Wayne. Dundee. Be Orfie Bear. Isaac cunts. Perry. Cadwallader. Washington Paoli. Ii enry Deible. Bucks. Sugar Creek. Baltic. Jacob lure in. Shanesville. Ii enry Vanlehn Warwick. Tuscarawas. J 11 Banks. Warren. New Cumberland Daniel Llamas. Franklin. Strasburg. John Smith. It Loshen. Barnhill. Jus Oal Raeth. Rush. Tippecanoe. John Milone. Mill. Uhrichsville. Samuel Moore. Loshen. New Phil ail a. T b Rankin. Rush. Gnadenhutten. L s Winseth. Clay. Gnadenhutten. R r Berkshire. Perry. Cadwallader. 8 y Renneker. Fairfield. New Phi lady a. L 8 Mckinney. Sandy. Mineral City. We e Rock. It Loshen. New Phi lady a. Samuel c Kline. Lawrence. Bolivar. J 11 Lardner. Warren. New Cumberland robot Coruthers Washington Albany. John Wetter. Wayne. Dundee. William Kinsey York. New Philada a. Philip Moerier. Bucks. Baltic. T j Stocker. Salem. Port Washington t 11 m Ozena. Mill. Uhrichsville. Joseph Healen. Mill. Dennison. A has f Davis. It Letord a. Newcomerstown c 0 Fernsel. Franklin. Strasburg. Levi Travis. Auburn. Ragersville. .1 w Newbury. I Lover. Canal Dover. Jos 11 Hostetler Dover. Canal Dover. Nich Montag. Dover. Canal Dover. Wesley m Tracy Lundy. Mineral City. John i it Jones. Auburn. Rogers Villi. Hiram Lehman. Warwick. Tuscarawas. David Breymeir Lawrence. Zoar. Lewis 0 Zollars. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Port Washington l a Cornett. Salem. John s Spring. Jefferson. Port Washington Charles 11 Ellers Fairfield. Zoar station. John w Rollie. Jefferson. Stone Creek. Hugh t Minnta c a kinsley.7w Loshen. New Philada a. It Ford. Newcomerstown p h Kuhn. York. Black band. M s Wagner. Union. Uhrichsville. President and party. We herewith re produce an editorial from the Cleveland Plain dealer. It contains some very pertinent suggestions and we commend it to every fair minded Deni crat a and republicans too for careful perusal the course pursued by the Republican press toward president Cleveland was to have been expected hut the action of two or three democratic papers in the same direction is without excuse. These papers professing to speak As and for democrats say that the presidents failure to turn All the republicans out and put democrats in their places has caused a breach and that he is not in Accord with his party on National issues. That lie has not turned out All the republicans is not his fault. The Law has prevented changes being made faster than has already been done. Public interest demands that these changes should not be made hastily hut due consideration Given so that Good and competent men May be chosen to Lill the positions. There is no Dili Terence Between the president and his party. The Democrat convention that nominated him pledged the party to purify the National administration from corruption restore Economy revive respect for Law and reduce taxation. Upon that platform or. Cleveland was placed and lie pledged himself to carry out the reforms there demanded. Thus far he has kept his word. Neither lie nor the democratic party has receded from the position taken in the platform of the National convention nor has there been any reason shown Why either should. A few office seekers have seen tit to differ with the president because they have not been recognized in the distribution of patronage but these malcontents do not represent the democratic party but Only there individual selves. The party stands firmly at the Back of president Cleveland and endorses his policy. There is no disagreement Between them and no cause for disagreement. After Twenty five years of Rule the re Uhlean party was hurled from Power because of the crimes and misdemeanours of its leaders and representative men the unfaithfulness to their charge of the men to whom the people had confided important trusts. Once again the people placed upon the democratic party the responsibility of government. That party came into Power with a popular and Strong Man tit its head. He was elected for his ability to carry out needed reforms. He stands today through his own ability and the position lie holds As the Leader of the democratic party. No other Man is recognized As such. If the democratic party expects to hold the position in National affairs it has attained All democrats must give Earnest and Hearty support to the present administration which is democratic Able and honest and therefore justly entitled to that support. 11 this is not done the Victory of 1884, so nobly won will go for naught. Jeff Davis. Jeff. Davis president of the so called late Confederate states was present at Montgomery Alabama one Day last week during the ceremonies incident to laying a Corner Stone for a Monument to he erected in memory of soldiers killed in the Confederate army. Republican senators and congressmen at Washington Are already endeavouring to create a great sectional uproar about the Montgomery demonstration Over Jeff. Davis presence. Soutelle of Maine is expected to provoke some Southern members into a speech upon the presentation of the first Opportunity to make a thing at the recent ovation while Sherman is collecting All the newspaper clippings upon the affair intimating that they would make effective Campaign material. While admitting Davis to be a a a monumental fool a the fact cannot be denied but that senator Sherman so far As the a bloody shirt a is concerned is a veritable Crank. Speaking upon this subject the Cleveland Penny pres has this to say a was was to he expected the ovation accorded Jelf Davis at Montgomery Alabama is stirring up much indignation in certain quarters. This is scarcely necessary at this late Date. That Davis has a Strong hold upon the Southern affection cannot he denied. This was shown at Montgomery where the whole City went wild Over his appearance upon the spot where he was inaugurated president of the Southern confederacy it is possible that the Southern people idolize him the More because of the position he now occupies. He is the Only prominent Confederate upon whom the ban of the government rests with Iron weight Llis presence in the country is tolerated but lie is emphatically a Man without a nationality or a Home. He is an alien in the land which gave him birth and a stranger to the country whose interests he once served upon the Battle Field and in the Halls of legislation. His later treason was odious hut not More so perhaps than that of others some of whom have been appointed to High position under Republican administrations. Davis is now an old Man and almost ready to step into the grave. He has grown garrulous and on that account his sayings Are of Little moment. The press is inclined to treat the Montgomery display As a sort of exhibition of Southern fire works amusing for the time but not during the last three months 698 families comprising 8,477 persons were evicted in Ireland. It is impossible in this country to realize the misery of an Irish eviction. It Means not simply the loss of shelter but the absolute destruction of Home and worldly possessions. It Means starvation unless the poor out of their Little relieve the wants of the destitute. The condition of Ireland is such that a Large portion of the country will not do More than yield a support for those who till the soil and will not produce any surplus to go As rent to the landlords. Professor Pritchett of St. Louis says the Days Are getting longer at the rate of two seconds in a Century owing to the tides which act As friction brakes upon the Earth Saxis and thus decrease its velocity. According to this theory in g,000 years eight hours labor will be equal to ten hours now. A philanthropist. A co operative project on a very Large scale is being organized at Pittsburg by John Jarret sex president of the amalgamated association of Iron and steel workers and Andrew Carnegie the great Iron master and philanthropist. It is not Likely that it will be put in operation until the fall although Jarret has been collecting opinions upon it among the assemblies of organized labor for some months. These opinions Are favourable. The works of the association will he located in Pittsburg and near them will be a huge store a Bank and the Homes of those who Are members of the association. No one but workingmen or members of labor organizations will to permitted to take Stock and no member can hold More than two Hundred dollars Worth. The Bank will be principally one for the Deposit of savings and on them 8 per cent interest will be paid. The co operative system will be followed at the association store and profits will be divided Between the customers and Mem-1 to every six months. After the scheme has been tested loan and building associations will be organized. It is expected in time to enlarge the works so that co operative rolling Mills foun series steel Mills machine shops and factories will he it established. Sometime ago there were rumours to the effect that or. Carnegie intended to turn Over the Edgar Thompson steel works with its magnificent Plant to his employees. They were denied but or. Carnegie said at the time that he intended to Aid the men in a substantial Way. This is the Way lie has chosen and the eyes of the country will he on the plan. If it succeeds it will show a Broad Avenue to the solution of the labor problem. Cod words for the Dent. Presi Frederick Douglass has written a letter to the lion. F. W. Bird of Boston mass., which appears in the state this week. Says or. Douglass �?o1 am a Republican and did All i could to prevent the election of or. Cleveland. He was under no political obligation to me whatever yet i held the office of recorder nearly a whole year under his administration an office by Law held not for any term but solely at the pleasure of the president. While in office president Cleveland treated me As he treated other office holders in the District. He was Bravo enough to invite mrs. Douglass and myself to All his grand receptions thus rebuking the timidity i will not say cowardice or prejudice of his predecessors. 1 am a Republican and if living so will do All 1 can to elect a Republican in 1s88, but 1 Honor manliness wherever i find it and i find it in president Cleveland and i should despise myself if 1 should let anybody think otherwise. Whatever else he May be he is not a snob and is not a highwayman of the rail. The eight-1 Der Dag official Organ of the Chicago trades and labor Assembly published on saturday last a Long editorial in reply to the interview with or. Jay Gould on the labor situation. It Calls him a the modern highwayman of the rail a and says a in order that he May capture Public sentiment he very adroitly declares himself in favor of some labor organizations among which is the brotherhood of locomotive engineers. This is perhaps returning compliments to chief Arthur for the silly uncalled for attack on the knights of labor some few weeks ago. Then he elaborated what an organization should do for the worker in providing against sickness Accident and death a no tone word about Protection against the unscrupulous employer which is the first and primal function of a labor it conclude shy calling or. Would hard names Ami asserts that realizing that labor cannot be stopped lie is seeking to turn it aside. A naughty question. At the Liverpool county court there was a dispute with a dress maker about the lit of a certain bodice. The plaintiff who refused to take it alleged it was too Short and two much padded. The dressmaker alleged that bodices were now Cut Short on the hips and that As to the padding it was necessary on account of the lady being deficient in the place where the padding was placed. The plaintiff did not desire to have her figure improved by the dressmaker she was quite satisfied with it As it was. The question of misfit or fit appeared to be incapable of decision till at length the dressmaker claimed it should he put on. The plaintiff at last consented to do so and adjourned for that purpose. It it a her return the judge and court proceeded to criticize the lit. The judge at last made a suggestions such a suggestion just like a mail that surely the fault of the bodice being too Short might be remedied by bringing the dress higher up but then his Honor appears to have forgotten All about the Ankles. The matter was however at last Gibson s Lair Antes. A murder will out a is an old saying which has not always proved True. A late instance of its truth comes from the South. In 1854 the wife of Gaines Edwards a Small Farmer in Georgia was found hanging in her Kitchen. At the time it was adjudged a Case of suicide although Mitch Blanford a slave says he saw Edwards hang his wife. Slaves were not competent witnesses in those Days and Edwards escaped to soon after marry a Young woman who was an inmate of his House at the time. The Story was remembered when Edwards recently returned after spending several years in other parts and he was arrested on the charge of murder committed thirty two years ago. The onetime slave who claims t a he a witness to the murder has in the course of events become a free Man and competent to give his testimony before any court of Justice. Edwards is now a Man 7g years of age. He will be brought into court for trial this week. Beats the a oldest Mason Racket Captain Eads wants the government to squander 8100,000,000 experimenting on a ship railway across the isthmus. Am. L. Clark a Wellsville Ohio Printer is 72, and makes a fair hand at the Case. He has been setting Type for go . Or. Jesse Eliott of the Ohio Democrat this City commenced to set Type in 1832, fifty four years ago and although one of the editors and proprietors of that paper the old gentleman takes his place at the Case almost every Day in the week regular As clock work and sets up More than an average Good Philadelphia times. A Ash c. Wolfe of the Standard is 77 years old and Learned the Trade in the Baltimore Gazette office will. Gwynn proprietor Baltimore md., setting Type beating forms with the old a balls a and hand press work commencing at the age of 18, fifty nine years ago. He puts in full hours every six Days of the week and prefers lean Brevier to Long primer All the time. Or. Wolfe says he visited or. Elliott a printing office in new Philadelphia in 1835, in company Hon. Ii. Nugen and found or. Elliott at the Standard. We take the following item from the Thio Patriot published at new Lisbon Columbiana county we have taken the trouble to look up the matter of taxable property a Little and find that Bowman Bros., the official tax collectors of this county have placed on the tax duplicate $928,000 which had escaped the assessors. They have collected As tax on moneys and Quot credits not returned Tor taxation the sum of $12,900 and paid the same into the county Treasury. There Are scores of men in this county who have been cheating the Public Treasury by refusing to list their moneys and credits. The record shows that Bowman Bros found men who were holding Back from taxation an amount that would be a Nice Little Fortune. We Here give a list of the amounts thus held Back and not taxed but now placed on the duplicate two men were caught for $25,000 each live men were caught for $20,000 each one Man for $21,000 one for $36-000 one for $53,000 one for $35,000, one for $40,000, and one for $30,000. Let the Good work go on. The Bowman Bros Are now after the delinquents in Tuscarawas county and lightning will strike simultaneously in different places before Many More Moons Wax and Wane. Then what a mighty rattling of dry Bones there will be among those who have for Many years have been giving false returns to the assessors. The Day of reckoning in that direction is near at hand. A terrible Accident happened at George w. Millers residence on the Stroup farm two and on half Miles South of Alliance last week. A Beautiful matched team of horses of or. Millers were pulling a Harrow a Short distance when one of the Teeth of the Harrow caught on a Root and threw the Harrow Over on to the horses the Sharp Teeth cutting them in a frightful manner and they finally getting the Harrow Down under their feet. It was with the greatest difficulty that or. Miller and a Workman held the animals and to extricate them from their terrible position had to Knock a Fence Down and Lead them Over it. Though horribly gashed by the Harrow Teeth the horses Are not thought to he permanently disabled. An exceedingly queer Freak of nature is reported from Harrison township near Dayton Montgomery county which is attracting the attention of the Farmers in that Vicinity. It consists of a spotted baby which has been born to a mrs. Reinsbach who lives on the Troy Pike several Miles from Dayton. Instead of the usual soft White satiny skin which is noticed in the Case of Young infants the child is covered with Black spots which vary in size from a Pinhead to a Silver Dollar. The biggest building in tie United states will he the City Hall of Philadelphia now in process of construction. Between eleven and twelve millions of dollars have been expended upon it since 1872. It is estimated to cover 2,800 More Square feet than the Capitol at Washington. The Tower on the North Side will be surmounted by a statute of Penn and its extreme height when completed will be 535 feet. It has now reached a height of 270 feet. On delinquent taxes the county treasurer adds a penalty of 15 per cent., and in some counties of this state this penalty has been added each year thus compounding the taxes and penalties so that in five or six years the penalties exceed the taxes. A test suit was brought in Clermont county recently to recover this excess and has just been decided in the circuit court in favor of the taxpayer. The initial number of Ruhe Workman issued by a has. C. Rickert editor and proprietor at canal Dover is on our table. It is a neatly printed seven column Folio and contains an unusual amount of Well written local matter. Or. Is a practical Printer and starts his paper with a very mattering subscription list. We extend him the hand of Good Fellowship and Hope Success May Crown his efforts. The night of the election when generals Garfield and Hancock were opposing candidates general Hancock retired to his room and went to sleep at 1 of clock. At six in the morning his Good wife awakened him and told him he was Defeated lie remarked a it is All for the Best a and turned Over and finished his Nap. Julius Dittmer a to sorial parlor has undergone a Complete transformation. The outside of the building has been treated to a handsome coat of paint while the Interior presents a very inviting appearance the Walls and ceiling having been decorated with Beautiful Gilt paper. It is a Model establishment. Mrs. Benjamin Marshall died near Findlay this state last week aged 89 years. She was the Mother of nine children had seventy four grandchildren ninety four great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren. Persons desiring to loan Money can have the same placed at s per cent., secured by mortgage on first class real estate by John a. Himes new Philadelphia Isth it is hard for an editor to please some people. A a constant Reader in search of useful information recently addressed a communication to a Western paper asking what is the characteristic feature of summer in this country. The editor calmly answered a a heat in the next Issue and the constant Reader got Wrath and told the editor that he would never read his measly old paper again. He now writes letters to the opposition paper under the signature of we noticed Jacob Foehl and wife of Black band in town on monday. Jacob is a whole hippodrome within himself. He a station agent postmaster express agent keeps store and hotel and with the assistance of his daughter has charge of the Telegraph office. He also plants a Good crop of turnips each year raises chickens and pigs and drives to new Philadelphia once a week with a Supply of Good old Limberger cheese for which delicious luxury Jacob is an agent. James Ilum Mell is cultivating a Nice lot of German Carp in a Pond near Byers Mill. Some evil disposed persons have lately been killing the fish in attempting to catch them and or. Hum Mell gives notice through this item that any one found encroaching upon the grounds or in any manner tampering with the fish will be prosecuted to the utmost limits of the Law. These Carp Are the personal property of that gentleman he having bought and paid for them and the Law will therefore protect him. Oliver Wicks of Auburn was struck by lightning during a recent thunderstorm while sitting in his House. The lightning came Down the Chimney ran along the floor to his foot passed up his leg to where it joined his body then ran around to and up his Back about two thirds the Way finally passing out through his clothes. He was stunned for an instant and the lightning left a track of burned flesh where it passed Over his body. There is beginning to be a stir in democratic circles Over the choosing of a successor to Hon. Beriah Wilkins. Prominent among the candidates and one that bids fair to be a Hustler before the convention is or. J. P. Forbes of Coshocton. Or. Forbes has the ability and the facilities to make it entertaining at the primary and before the convention and music in the air can be expected. Coshocton county is certainly entitled to the Coshocton age. The unknown Young lady who came to Orrville a few weeks ago and gave birth to a child disappeared from that Village on Friday night last As mysteriously As she came. She went East on the Midnight train. During the time she was in Orrville she kept her name and place of resilience a profound secret and when she left the citizens knew no More about her than when she came. It is said however that her name is Lahm and that she belongs to canal Tuo Oscrr jacksonian. A Young Austin lawyer was appointed to defend a negro who was too poor to hire counsel of his own. After the jury were in the Box the Young lawyer challenged several of them who his client said had a prejudice against him. A Are there any More jury men who have a prejudice against you a whispered the Young lawyer. A no Boss the jury am All right but i want you to Challenge the Edge. I has been convicted under him several times already and maybe lie is beginning to have prejudice aging sittings. On sunday last Constable Isaac incl Mick this place shot a dog belonging to w. C. Evans that had evidently gone mad. Two or three Days before the dog was dispatched he had been locked in the Coal House and when shot the canine was snapping and Bitting at everything about him. There Are about two Hundred and fifty surplus dogs in new Philadelphia that ought to he either shot or muzzled during the hot weather. Common pleas court commenced on tuesday with judge Pearce in the pulpit a dad Gast it we should have said on the Bench and a great Many Fellows Are just now Solilo quizzing after the language of Shakespeare now is the Winter of our discontent made uncomfortably warm by that 8 a of a gun of a grand jury. The Eichel Schwab Block presents a Radical and attractive appearance since receiving a Liberal Quantity of paint. Other business men and property holders would be benefited by following the example of these gentlemen. The work was performed by messes. Spaeth a Schenk. Ave regret to learn that or. Aah Illiams for several years a dentist in this City and Well known to Many people throughout the county has partially lost his mind. He has been in feeble health for a length of time which is thought to be the cause of his present unfortunate condition. A Large number of teams loaded with Swiss cheese from Auburn Sugarcreek Bucks and Jefferson townships have come to new Philadelphia during the past two weeks. Or. Chris. Gerber who has an extensive cheese cellar at this place handled a greater portion of the product. A bloody Battle occurred in the streets of Chicago on tuesday of this week Between the police and a mob of socialists. Grenades were thrown by the rioters into the ranks of the Blue Coats and Over thirty of them were either killed or wounded. The rioters suffer ered a loss of eleven killed and wounded. Charles Yentes has exchanged his livery stable in this place to Jno. L. Mckee of Fairfield township for a 70-acre farm. Charley is now going to pattern after the late Horace Greeley in the Way of an agriculturalists and commence Early Spring blowing for dried apples. The ladies of the m. E. Church will give a Lawn fete at the residence of John Burry sr., May 11th., 188g. Everybody is invited. An Eastern proverb. The following was handed us by a a Little girl with a request that we give the item a place in the columns of the times the following description of four classes of Mankind is from the Mouth of an Oriental Sage heed it he who knows not and knows not he knows not is a fool shun him. He who knows not and knows he knows not is simple teach him. He who knows and knows not he knows is asleep Wake him. He who knows and knows he knows is Wise follow him. A the most Brilliant society event of the season was the marriage on tuesday afternoon of this week of miss Minnie daughter of George b. Deardoff and wife to or. Charles Moore formerly Book keeper of the rolling Mill Here but who at present holds a lucrative position at Wichita Kansas. The ceremony took place at one of clock at the residence of the brides parents on Wooster Avenue Rev. Or. Kuhns of new Philadelphia officiating. After receiving the congratulations of a Host of friends the Happy couple departed for their future Home in Kansas carrying with them the Best wishes of Dover Workman May isl a a i hate to see a woman with rings in her ears a exclaimed the Good Deacon they ainu to natural. If it was intended for woman to Wear them she would have been born with holes in her ears. The first woman did no to Wear ear rings ill be bound a a no a replied the quiet Little Man in the Corner a nor nothing the discussion was brought to a close and the House adjourned without delay. _ a. It. Holmes of new Philadelphia United states Post office inspector paid Carroll county a visit on monday. Or. Ii. Has the proper stuff in him for capable and honorable official and has As Many friends in this Section of Ohio As any other county chronicle. Or. Joseph Price and mrs. Cora b. Mcpherson this county were married by Squire Moore on thursday morning. In accordance with time Lio nored custom the Squire kissed the Bride and wished the newly wedded couple a Happy voyage Over the matrimonial sea. On a pleasant Day a visit to Janesz Hill at the Edge of town affords a Beautiful landscape View of Tuscarawas Valley and surrounding country for a Dis Ance of Many Miles. The Dennison paragraph is authority for the statement that forty or fifty citizens of that place have received official invitations to attend the grand jury Jubilee at the present term of common pleas court. The next session of the new Philadelphia District conference is to be held in Kii Bolton Guernsey county on the line of the c. Amp m. Railroad june 7th, 8th and 9th. Last week in noting the sudden death of a Little son of Geo. A. And Salona Kaserman we gave the age of 5 years which should have been 2 years 10 months and 24 Days. Fifty thousand Republican Federal office holders have Given place to fifty thousand democrats in the first year of president Cleveland a administration. Alexander the clothing Man Lias not quite painted the town red but he has Given the outside of his business room an attractive coat of Bright red paint. Commander r. Put. Brown Deputy of Ohio g. A. R., recommends that saturday be observed As memorial Day May 30th. This year falling on sunday. Slight frosts visited this Section two or three nights of this week but it is reported that fruit and Early vegetables received Little or no damage. If you wish a Good dish of tee Cream come to the Lawn fete tuesday evening May lltli., 188g, at the residence of John Burry or. Ground has been broken for new car shops at Dennison. The building will be of Iron 60x300 feet with five tracks running through it. Massillon Capi i lists interested in Iron Ore have been leasing land in the neighbourhood of Post boy South of Newcomerstown. A group of children in a Village near Warren was attacked by three Rabid Bull dogs on the 22d, which bit them All. Shoot the curs. Circuit court adjourned on saturday. A report of the proceedings will be found elsewhere in the times of this week. The Willoughby Independent Man done to like Mother Hubbards because you can to always Tell what a inside of Mem. A 3-year old horse belonging to Peter Eichel of this place dropped dead on the Street last Friday. Heart disease. Sporting truck team of the fire department took a Little exercise on East High Street on tuesday evening. The Tuscarawas county Democrat will hereafter be issued from canal Dover instead of Uhrichsville. Its a Bright eyed Little girl and sex recorder and his Good wife Are supremely Happy. Talmage a sermons appear weekly in the new Philadelphia times. The salvation army in this place has Al amt Given up the ghost. A Mahoning county Man fell dead last week while blowing. Done to plow. Nothing reduces a Many a income like a visit from the assessor. The Legal Mill. Circuit court april term the Monarch Coal co. Is Jeremiah Rusk. Error common pleas court. De fondant in error obtained a verdict for $5,000 damages. Upon petition in error of company reversed. Remanded to court below for new trial. The judgment in this Case was reversed upon the ground that the court of common pleas erred in his charge to the jury in that he did not properly submit the question of contributory negligence to the jury. And also that the court of common pleas erred in overruling the demurrer to plaintiffs petition. The Case is remanded to the court of common pleas with instructions to sustain the demurrer and Grant leave to plaintiff to Amend his petition. The Case will no doubt be retried to a jury. Judge Day of Canton was one of the attorneys in the Case. J. Newhoff amp sons is Farmers elevator company. Error common pleas court. The defendant in error obtained a judgment in court below against James m. Burt Assignee of j. A Smith for preferred claims. Plaintiff in error brought Case into circuit As general creditors. Judgment of lower court affirmed and cause remanded. Charles Ilum Mell and Ii. Hoover executors of Frederick Ilum Mell is 1. Hendershott Assignee of i. Minnich. Appeal. Executors obtained a judgment in court below on petition. Defendants claim for extra services of Assignor during last illness of testator disallowed and appealed to circuit court. Judgment of common pleas affirmed and remanded for execution. This was an Appeal Case tried to the circuit court upon testimony and resulted in a verdict for the plaintiffs for $3,479. Samuel Moore is Sarah e. Hasket. Error of common pleas. Defendant obtained judgment in court below. Judgment of lower court affirmed. The principal question involved in this Case was As to whether a Justice of the peace has jurisdiction in suits against married women upon claims for writing a lease of a House belonging to her also for costs incurred by her in a suit brought to eject a tenant from such House and commissions for Selling such House As real estate agent. The services were rendered prior to april 14th, 1884, when Section 3108 was amended so As to authorize a married woman to contract with reference to her separate property As if unmarried hut the action was brought since the amendment. The Justice of the peace held that he had jurisdiction and the result of the trial before him was a judgment for the plaintiff. The court of common pleas held that Only the specific property a married woman owns at the time she contracts the debt can be reached for its satisfaction and that this specific House having been sold plaintiff was without any remedy. The court of common pleas has announced this doctrine in several previous cases. This theory was rejected by the circuit court and it is in direct conflict with a number of decisions of the highest courts of other states. The courts hold however that unless she owns property at the time of making the contract her contract is absolutely void and that after acquired property cannot he held liable upon such void contract. The circuit court held that Section 3108 should be strictly construed and at that time did not authorize her to make that class of contracts that plaintiffs claims were enforceable Only in equity and that therefore the Justice of the peace did not have jurisdiction. As there is a conflict of authority upon this position of the circuit court and As the questions involved in this Case frequently arises in practice this Case will probably be taken to the supreme court. Josiah Lens cd is Sarah e. Hasket. Same entry As that of Moore. The questions involved in this Case were similar to those involved in the Case of Moore is. Hasket. John g. Heck is the state of Ohio. Error on indictment common pleas. Defendant in error obtained a conviction in court below for Selling liquor within two Miles of a fair ground. Plaintiff in error carried the Case to circuit court upon a suspended judgment. Lower court affirmed. Case remanded for execution of site Nee. A number of the Uhrichsville Saloon keepers were indicted for Selling liquor during the agricultural fair at that place last fall under Section 6946 of the revised states of Ohio As amended May 2, 1885. This was regarded As a test Case and both the court of common Picas and the circuit court held that this act is constitutional and extends to dealers in intoxicating liquors who have permanent places of business As Well As to temporary dealers. Vible Wentz amp co. Is the Delaware Mutual in ire insurance co. Error in common pleas. Defendant in error obtained a judgment on insurance assessment. Plaintiff in error carried to circuit court. Judgment of lower Cou t affirmed. Elizabeth Montag is the Delaware Mutual Eire insurance co. Error common pleas. Same entry As Vible Avent amp co. Both the court of common pleas and tie circuit court held in these cases that Mutual insurance companies were prohibited by Sec. 3650 revised statutes utes of it Hio As amended from stipulating for a special rate of insurance that such a stipulation would destroy the mutuality of the company. Tin re were other questions raised in this Case but this is the Only one of practical interest to our readers. Jennie m. Krantz used. Hoffman. Error. Continued. Elsie Avil Helmi is the Penn Iron and Coal co. Error. Continued. Isaiah d. Dickinson is Janies m. Burt Assignee of g. B. Smith. Continued. Common pleas court. Assignment of cases. M May term. Monday May 10. 28�?John March is. John a. Ram Baugh. Tuesday May 11. 46�?frank grass is. John ii. Lingan. 19 Alfred Bailey is. Jacob Stahlecker. 90�?ezra Nicholson is. The Smith foundry co. 91�?George a. Dawson is. Charles ii. A Whittemore. 106�?samuel Slade is. Emanuel Yeng Ling. 185�?eleasia Greer is. Henry Greer. 191 Elizabeth Gerber is. John Gerber. Wednesday May 12. Log James a. Exline is. Simon i. Ililda. 198�?thomas j. W. Richards is. Joseph a xxx. Thursday May 13. 9< Annie lamas is. John . 109�?zebulon p. Sparks is. Frederick Lamb. Friday May i 1. L9 Ity Bank new Philadelphia is. Frederick Bigler. -07�?exceptions�?a. Ii. Brown is. Jacob Mohrhardt. A correspondent answered. Assignment of jury cases May. Monday May 17. 9�?benjamin Parsons is. George e. Stewart. Tuesday May is. 38�?merchants�?T National Bank Indianapolis is. Henry Kramer. 33�?John l. Kennedy is. I ent a Polson. Wednesday May 19. 48�?lydia Reese is. Abraham Weber. 50�?Miller match co. Is. Isaac l. Deardorff. Thursday May 20. 53�?thomas a Orstell is. J. Ii. Van Glahn. 54�?alice \. Be abcs is. Isaac Bea-1 0rs, or. 93�?christian Linz is. Christ. I it. Gerber. Friday May 21. 68�?iienry s. Pender is. Aveley m. Tracy. 84�?william avel Ligman is. Sarah c. Stubby. 94�?joseph Frede Beer is. Cleveland Lorain Wheeling r. Robert Bonner pattering after some of the London family weeklies and the Penny dreadful made popular the column of answers to correspondents. It has grown to be quite an institution. In the Sun brother Dana solves Many conundrums and occasionally we Are ourselves called upon to untie a knot. No later than last week a youth wrote and wanted to know if he a was old enough to get he asked his a the same question and was spanked and put to bed. The last questioner asks a How Many states in the Union originally How Many now a originally thirteen one for even Stripe in old glory and thirty eight now As attested by the firmament on the starry next conundrum from a subscriber a state the size of Noah Sark a the boat that Noah built was 450 feet Long. 72 in breadth and 45 in height. A a Marine inquires How big is the great Eastern steamship �?o680 feet Long or 692 upper deck breadth 83 feet or 1 is Over paddle boxes height of Hull 60 feet or 70 to top of bulwarks s engines 1,100 horse Power 6 masts carrying 7,000 Yards of Canvas Burden 23,-000 tons. A constant Reader a wants to know ii he a can go to the big United states circus and new great Eastern menagerie with impunity a but we should advise a pretty girl. I should make no mistake about Day or Date. The Day elected for the big United states circus and new great Eastern menagerie is wednesday May 19. To the Public. Summary. February term-1886. Civil eases on Calendar. A a a a dismissed. 18 a a a a settled. 21 a a a a tried to court 67 a a a a a a jury. 8 number disposed of. 11 i civil cases tried on preliminary pleadings. 28 civil cases in which leaves were granted. 33 civil cases continued. 164 criminal cases on Calendar. X us lied. 5 plea of guilty. 12 tried to court. 1 tried to jury. 4 no Bill. 2 discharged by quashing indictment. L number disposed of. 25 continued. 12 transfers of real estate. Lucinda and Frederick Sitcler to Hannah l. Miles 19 25-1 Totlis acres Rush township $850. James a. Little to we. Al Little 50 acres Washington township 31,200. Henry s. King to Sarah j. Hartshorn 66 63-100 acres Salem 31,998. Barbara Ann Ile Ekler to Daniel Gruber lot 11, Phillipsburg $140. Philip Baker to Henry Mccormick lot 11, Phillipsburg $40. We Are not going to quit business nor Are we going to reduce Toek hut our Stock shall or kept full and Complete for the Benefit of everybody. We propose this Day to give a Cash discount on All purchases of one Dollar or Over of from 5 to 20 per cent off the regular retail Price. We done to propose to Cut the Price of one article and make it up in tin next Sale hut this discount will be taken off of All goods except White Lead and Oil. The goods will include the full Stock of Wall paper Borders and decorations Patent medicines stationery books fancy goods window shades curtain poles lamps and every thing in the store. These prices Are fixed to stay quinine will be sold As Long As present Stock remains at cents per ounce. Morphine e Long a Stock remains 4<> cents per bottle and All other goods at same rate of reduction. When we do Cut prices it Means something and we will abide the consequences. Any prescription filled at same Cut in prices no difference whose Blank it is written on or where you Are ordered to take it to we will fill it. If we done to have what you want in Wail paper or any thing else we will order it for you. Remember we have the largest Stock of new Wall paper in the City and not a single r<�11 of old Stock. Remember these prices Are Only at a Ells drug store new Philadelphia Ohio. I7\v3 unclaimed letter j. The following list of unclaimed letters remain in then it w Philadelphia posit twice May 3, 1 "6 Jno. Allman Fred Beitzel 2, Emma a. Bennett Jno. Brusett Mattie Carlisle mrs. Been Everhart James Griffin George Groven Daniel Quinn Phillip s. Sunder j. Ii. A in Kier. E. Fid Bley r. Peter Schmidt to Christian w. Ver 20 acres Bucks township $1,400. o outsell not having Beon Able to closeout his Stock of drugs etc., As an entirety he desires to say to his numerous customers that he has resupplied Jacob Kail to Nannie a. Cramblet Many deficiencies in goods Anil will be 26 acres port a Ashington $1,100. I found at his Fine store in the Exchange Block As heretofore. He oilers line bargains in Many goods of which he has a surplus and in All respects will Lewis 1. Ilves to Robert 1. Benner Endeavor to keep up the reputation of 58 acres Rush township $1,16.�. Tin store for the greatest variety and Henry Mccormick to Ballara a. Lowest prices. Give him a Call. 15 heckler lot 11, Phillipsburg $75. Rosanna Hardesty to Elijah Garver i Hgt a Sale. 203 34-100 acres Lavayne township 85, my place of business in Phillipsburg 500. I is now offered for Sale. Good bar room. La Rue Pool room hotel and goo Ltd stable Abram to Edward pour a a u. A a i j Lee House and Hall my rest m skating Quin 24 33-100 acres Goshen township. U a a a a Ink now used As a town Hall. Will of h a sell cheap and on Eay payments. Eight Rosanna Hardesty to George r. Gar rooms in the House. Location and , 203 34-100 acres Wayne township in it it Good. $5,500. J put of David Judy to Benjamin f. Fisher 59 30-100 acres Goshen township $7,-307.80. A. F. Vorke to Edward Burke lot 2, i Uhrichsville $1,000. Daniel Fisher to George Fisher grip of land York township $1,600. Eve Mcmillan to John w. Mcmillan lot 37, Dennison $500. John Fisher to George i Iier strip of land a Ork township $i,0o it. Daniel Avyss to while Wentz w it �?�>., 74 15-100 acres Franklin township $1-500. Or Juiyin w. Smell. Sale or . A Good Coal in excellent working order ears 2 screens and 2 nut Coal it acres of a 3 foot 1 Inch a i. Located within 1 mile Ida with Good custom. Of. 19w Ipi j. Bank four screens. Avg vein Cood co of new ih11 a Enquin at for Sale. A a very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays let put r cent interest on investment. A Iso Otic r lots and properties. John a. Himes new Philadelphia it. I St 1 i m i it it Henry s. Black to James a. Black 3> acres Warwick township $2,660. For Sale Aloiwe and lot on West Jit Street. Lot 66x261 feet on which a Good Frame House almost Newi Conrad Hosfelt to Rankin l. Shoe 22x28 feet containing 8 rooms. Will be old cheap for Cah. For particulars Call on or address Richards Wie on. 19 it maker strip of land Oxford town hip $3,500. Hattie and Conrad Hosfelt to Alvira Sprague lots 5, 6 and 7, town $2,000. L. Shoemaker to Alvira Sprague lots 10 and 11, Newcomerstown $3,566. Margaret Waddington to Henrietta Zimmerman 2 ski it acre Loshen b it in ship $500. Wall paper Large a new lock lab to Myles ipod lowest prices in new Philadelphia guaranteed at dalt ints it has drug Book and Wall paper store. 15 j artificial Teeth >5.50 per set at or. 1. F l. Mitchells dental office. New Phil Charles 1 Leister to Louis Kropp strip dip Hjrao. 17-Yl of land Salem township $250. Henry r. Ripley to a. Hudson fori Good two year old and j. W. Rodgers a acres Rush town Hor a am by at t1" 1 rmes 0i ship $900 9 addres w. Ltd Smith canal Dover it l David m. Peoples to Adam capped 73 f -100 acres Washington township $3,000. H filling 31.6<i, a it ment 25c., at or. Mitchells office new 17-vl John a. Kinsey to Mary l. Dell lot Philadelphia it it. 31, Gnadenhutten $1,600. A a a a a a tie new 5 and 10 cent store takes the c. Rolli has formed a co partnership j cake and whole bakery Lor substantial with s. Stetler in the Boot and shoe goods and Low prices. Business and the firm will he known by j the name of Stetler Rolli. They Are you can buy More tinware and Gnu carrying a Large Stock of All sizes and Ware at the new 5 and 10 cent store styles and invite you to Call and exam next door to Miller a Sims drug store Ine goods which they sell at Rock Bottom prices. 17 w3 than anywhere else in Thi congressional District

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