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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - May 13, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday May 18, 1886. Number 20. N new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore proprietor. W. Ii. Watson editor. Thursday May 13, 1880. Office in citizens National rank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. Jer tie new times will in published every thursday morning in new Ohio at the following states one year Cash in advances 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 tit remittances should he sent by draft registered letter Postol Tice order to tie address the proprietor. To 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 la a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without informing the publishers and the paper is sent to it the former direction they Are held responsible Quot notice should always be Given removal. If subscribers refuse neglect to take papers from the office place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to discontinue. Official directory. District. Congress Beriah Wilkins state . W. Crites . I la Nee in. S. La Earle common pleas judges. County. Representative. Probate judge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins i. Figert g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey 1. L. Kennedy j. G. Neumann s. Rufer w. E. Lash 1 r. Benner 0.11. Hoover j. Wherley a w. Rogers l. Krantz Sec City Daniel Korns. James i. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. We. Campbell. Andrew Erwin. Mayor clerk marshal Street commissioner Council justices. Names. Townships. Post Ofick. Daniel Krebs. James a Stoutt George Bear. 1saac couts. Henry Deible. T Richardson. R g Galbraith. T k Robinson. Philip a Garver John Smith. Las Galbraith. John Milouse. Samuel Moore. T r Rankin. L s Winsch. Ail Zimmerman s y Renneker. L s Mckinney. Win e Beck. Samuel c Kline. J ii Gardner. Robot Coruthers John Wetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. T ii Mozena. Joseph Scalen. Clias f Davis. C c Fernsel. Levi Travis. J w Newbury. Jos i Lostetter Midi Montag. Wesley m Tracy John r Jones. Hiram Kuchman. David Breymeir Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett. John s Spring. Charles in Ellers John w Rollie. 11 ugh i Unis. Kinsley. Pm kith. s Wagner. J l Baldwin. Clay. Wayne. 1�?Tt�?~rry. Washington Bucks. Sugar Creek. Warwick. Warren. Franklin. Goshen. Rush. Mill. Goshen. Rush. Clay. Perry. Fairfield. Sandy. Goshen. Lawrence. Warren. Washington Wayne. York. Bucks. Salem. Mill. Mill. It it Ford. Franklin. Auburn. Dover. I it Over. 1 Lover. Lundy. Auburn. Warwick. Lawrence. Sugar Creek. Salem. Jefferson. Fairfield. Jefferson. Goshen. A Oxford. York. Union. Union. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Cadwallader. Paoli. Baltic. Shanes Ville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. . New Phi lady a. Gnadenhutten. Gnadenhutten. Cadwallader. New Phi lad a. Mineral City. New Phi lady a. Bolivar. New Cumberland Albany. Dundee. New Philada a. Baltic. Port Washington Uhrichsville. Dennison j Newcomerstown Strasburg. Ragersville. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City. Rogersville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Shanesville. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. New Philada a. Newcomerstown Black band. Uhrichsville. Leesville. Church directory. every sunday at 10 ii a. In. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at i a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. Iir1sti every lords Day morning at 10 30 a. In. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 0 clock a. Eti Odist every sabbat i at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at a. La Rayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. Germ an every sunday at 1030.a. In. 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 month concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. In 1ted every sunday at 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock . Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 1&Quot> a. Lodge directory. Asonic.�?1tuscarawas chapter. No. 38, r. A. A. Meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall. City Block. O. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniski. , Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, u f. A a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mel by Aine . G. L. , Sec a. Knights Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. . W. Duncan k. Of r. And s. I. 0. O. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. V. Kislig n. G. I. A. Corkki.t., Alec. Sec a. I. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430. Meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Lylall City Loek. Stemp1ifly, n. G. P. Skill Letec. Sec a. 1. 0. 0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Lylall City Loek. . Parr c. P. I. A. , scribe. I. 0. 0. . P. U. C., no. 8, meets every third Ali urday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Loek. It. J. W. Dodd Comdr. S. Iii St Secretary. In la w f us leg 1 Sla to it a. G. A. Crawford Post no. I meets every first and to Laird monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. W. Bowers commander. Royal Council meets every first and third Friday each month in knights pythias Hall. W 11. Miller Regent. J. S. , Secretary. National Council no 52. Meets every second and fourth wednesday each month at g. Hall. E. Kaserman pres we. Bowers Cor. Sec a. Prances r0m1g, attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. Gamuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank concerning the action the a a Rump Republican state Senate saturday last by which four lawfully elected democratic senators were unseated and four Republican Hamilton county Summers were sworn in to take their place the Plain dealer has this to say a in respect to the situation in the state Senate one duty is now clearly incumbent upon democrats and upon All Good citizens who do not want to see All Law and authority subverted by a band political conspirators to gain a party advantage. The act performed saturday by the seventeen Republican senators in ousting four democratic senators and seating four republicans in the absence a quorum is illegal and should not recognized. All acts predicated upon that action in any Way dependent upon it will to illegal and ought not to be recognized. If these Twenty senators four whom have no Legal title to their seats and no right to participate in any legislative act pass any Law do anything having the effect Force Law that act will be void. If these seventeen senators and four Hamilton county politicians who have no More legislative rights functions than any four common tramps in the state pass an act redistricting the state for congressional purposes that act will be void and no democratic committeeman a convention should recognize it. In Case this illegal and unconstitutional a a Senate pass such a measure it will he repudiated by democrats who will hold their conventions and elections under the present Law with districts As they now Are and Appeal to Congress. If that makes confusion and leaves the republicans the state without a represent Ive in the next Congress the fault will be their own. They have defied the Law and invoked political anarchy let them therefore take the consequences. The merits the contested election Case Are no longer in controversy. We have now to do with the unlawful act an unconstitutional Senate. If the Law is to prevail in Ohio that Lawless act must he repudiated by All Good without gloves. The following bitter editorial attack upon the anarchists was printed in saturdays knights labor a weekly paper published in Chicago by George x. Sects and commended to All knights by the executive officers and leading members District Assembly no. 24 a a let it be understood by All the world that the knights labor have no affiliation association sympathy respect for the band cowardly murderers cutthroats and robbers known As anarchists who sneak through the country like Midnight assassins stirring up the passions ignorant foreigners unfurling the red hag anarchy and causing riot and blood shed. Parsons spies Fielden most and their followers sympathisers aiders and bettors should he summarily dealt with. They Are entitled to no More consideration than wild beasts. The leaders Are cowards and their followers Are fools. Knights labor Boycott them if any the gang scoundrels should by any mistake get Access to our organization expel them at once Brand them As outlawed monsters. Do not permit yourselves to hold conversation with one them. Treat them As they deserve to he treated As human monstrosities not entitled to the sympathy consideration any person in the world. We Are sure we voice the sentiment the entire organization when we say we Hope that Parsons spies Fielden most and the whole the outlaws will be blotted from the face the under a a the false claims As to so called a a pro action a should be properly understood. It is High time that Farmers and Labouring men in other occupations besides business men were giving attention to unjust taxation. Our labor and business troubles Are mainly owing to the concealed iniquities the enormous and outrageous duties levied upon imports. The system is so arranged As to give to the favored few enormous monopolies. One the most startling results Republican Rule under their system Tariff robbery and ruin is in american shipping. Before the republicans got into Power our foreign Trade was mainly carried in american ships while now it is mainly done in foreign vessels. In a lecture in Cleveland delivered wednesday evening april 28th, Turkey and the turks general Lew Wallace says that during the four years he was in constantinople As american minister he saw the american hag but two vessels one being a Man War and the other James Gordon Bennett a pleasure yacht let american citizens consider this state things which is admitted All hands and denied by none. Surely there is a reason for it. This result has come about under Republican rules under the policy a Protection to american Are not ship building and ship sailing american labor business Worth considering a Start co. Democrat. New York democrats Are beginning to name the presidential candidate Lor 1888. They name Hill and Whitney new York. The strongest and most available candidate is Hon. Allen g. Thurman Ohio the statesman and the Patriot. He is the brai Niest Man in this country to Day and better still he is an honest Man. Nominate him and lit will sweep the country. The average pay miners in the Clearfield Coal regions has been determined by an inquiry by gov. Pattison to average $29.60 per Miner per month. The claim the miners was that the average pay was $20 per month while the operators claimed it was $40. This shows How easily interested persons can be mistaken. The revolutionary Senate. When the Rump Ohio Senate met monday senator Van Clear entered his protest against that body in the absence a quorum unseating four democrats and filling their places with four frauds from Hamilton county. Or. Van Clear attached his signature to tin following document which was declared out order by Bohemian Bob Kennady president the Senate and King the revolutionary gang. It is a document worthy perusal As it sets fourth facts in the whole trouble in the exercise the right guaranteed by Section 10, article 2, the Constitution that a a any member either House shall have the right to protest against any act Resolution thereof and such protests and the reasons therefore shall without alteration commitment delay be entered upon the journal a the undersigned members the Senate from the tenth District protest against the approval the journal saturday May 8, 18s6, for the reason that said journal purports to show that action was taken by the Senate in the contested eases from the first senatorial District and that the report messes. Coulter Pringle and Rannells in such cases was adopted and the cont estors Richardson Mcgill Kirchner and Ilard acre wore sworn in As members the Senate by Robert p. Kennedy president the Senate when but seventeen senators two less than a quorum were present Viz messes. Conrad Coulter Ford Glazier Gregg Hogue Kemp Pavey Pringle Crouse Dow Eggers Ely Fasset. Pugsley and Rannells and when Twenty members were not in the Senate chamber nor in the City Columbus namely messes. Brashears Cable crites Dodd Eltzroth Groschner Hopple Kuehnert Lawrence Lindsey Mehaffey Neill Schmieder Sinnett Sullivan Van Clear Welch Williston Wilson and Zimmerman and at the time the Senate was under a Call and the sergeant at arms was absent with warrants for the arrest the absentees. Section 0, article 2, a the Constitution Ohio provides that a majority All members elected to each House shall be a quorum to do business that a less number can Only a adjourn from Day to Day and compell the attendance absent members in such manner and under such penalties As shall be prescribed by the action which said journal records disregards this Plain provision the Constitution hitherto faithfully and Sac redly observed. Senate Rule 72 proves that a no Resolution motion affecting the rights any person persons to a seat in the Senate shall be declared carried unless the majority the members the Roll the Senate concur therein a which Rule and action recorded in said journal wantonly disregards. There is neither constitutional provision legislative enactment parliamentary Law rules precedent authority for an action which said journal purports to record. No member this Senate any legislative body can be ousted from his seat and the cont Stee admitted to his place without an Aye and nay vote the members the body duly entered upon the journal. The undersigned therefore asserts and insists that the said Richardson Mcgill Kirchner and Ilard Are have not been declared elected by the Senate As senators from the first senatorial District that their contest for seats is still pending in this body to he determined when a quorum the Senate shall he present and that the action in their eases recorded in said journal is without effect and their pretended qualification a a. Van Cleau. In these times strikes when employers especially Railroad companies Are so frequently compelled to engage new and inexperienced men the following decision the supreme court Illinois filed januray 25th, last is Worth noticing. In United states rolling Stock co. V. Wilder that court held a a it is the duty a master to his servant to select Quot As fellow servants for such servant competent and careful workmen and to exercise reasonable care to maintain such Standard competency and Diligence among the fellow servants. The employee is Warren Ted in assuming that the master has done his duty in this respect and is not entering the employment put inquiry As to the competency and Diligence his fellow servants. Until notice to the contrary is brought Home to him the employee May act the it resumption that the master has done his duty. A a it is the duty a servant discovering incompetency negligence in a fellow servant to notify the master thereof and the opinion contains the it lie Tum that if the master refuses to discharge the incompetent otherwise unfit fellow servant the complaining fellow servant will have no other alternative but to quit the masters business and that if the servant remains in such service he takes the additional risk injury from the incompetency negligence such Jefferson Davis late president the defunct Southern confederacy has written a letter the labor question to w. Pope Marshall Texas in reply to one received from that gentleman which closes in these words a Zaour idea a court arbitration i think Lias much to recommend it. The organization such a court so As to secure equally the cofidence both the contending parties would require both liberality and discretion and it would he needful that their decisions should he based something like a cooperative principle Industrial partnership in which the wages the employees should he measured by the profits the corporation. If in this manner a Community interest could be established the welfare and Contentment both would seem to be a possible St. Peters Cathedral just finished at Moscow has five cupolas and 900 pounds Gold were used in overlaying them. The doors the Temple Cost $310,000, and the Marble floors $1,500,000 the democratic minority in the u. S. Senate has secured a valuable recruit in the person Hon. W. Whitthorne whom governor Bate Tennessee has appointed to succeed judge Jackson. Whitthorne is the famous opponent the late corrupt naval ring his services the House naval committee having enabled him to penetrate and expose the Rasca Lity Robeson and confederates. It was he who in the forty seventh Congress mercilessly excoriated Secor Robeson the floor the House. There is no doubt that he will make his influence Felt in the sen ate for the Good the whole country. The Gilsey House in new Philadelphia is fast gaining a deserved reputation for being one the Best conducted hostelries in Eastern Ohio. The House throughout is handsomely furnished carpeted papered and painted and aside from convenient Sample rooms for commercial men elegant Parlours office etc., there Are Over thirty different sleeping apartments for the entertainment transient guests. The genial proprietor . L. Wallick and his amiable wife a most excellent Landlady have few if any superiors in the manner conducting a really first class hotel. The tables Are carefully looked after and provided with every delicacy to be found in the Market. The attaches Are polite and attentive a fact itself which adds greatly to the Comfort guests. One the finest equipped livery stables to be found anywhere is an adjunct the hotel and is the property . Wallick therefore commercial men have the advantage very Liberal rates for conveyances. In the absence . Wallick guests receive every attention at the hands . Williams the accommodating clerk formerly Meadville a. In Short the a a Gilsey a has taken its place in the front rank among other Good hotels and we Are pleased to notice now enjoys a very Liberal and deserved share Public patronage. Six seven anglers left new Philadelphia Early monday morning for a Days fishing at near the state dam the Tuscarawas River in the Vicinity Trenton. They took a Good cargo a a bait along and when the shades night were fast approaching the party returned with 70 80 pounds Nice fish. Now some naughty naughty Fellows say the i it oys accidents 11ydropped Down upon a stray fish Monger and out genuine pitty for the poor Devil they actually purchased his entire Stock in trade�?70 80 pounds. If this is a so help me Timmeny crickets fast then the gum Boot Clay coloured basement Pantaloon anglers had better Luck than the sorrowful Home returning sportsman who stopped at the game shop a German Friend to till up his Hunting Pouch. Said the proprietor the game Emporium a a i am very sorry dose rabbits und Shuirr res mid Prairie Chiggins was ail sold oud Aber Here is a splendid sausage�?1 recommend this was a dead Eye opener for the now disconsolate and disappointed sportsman who sadly remarked a a raid that wont do my wife la never believe i shot the Harmonica singing society Dover celebrated its first anniversary monday evening last. Only the me meters their families and a few invited guests were present. After the society had been called to order by 11 it president . Bisman county recorder j. G. Neumann was called upon and made a very Happy and Well timed speech. Refreshments were served and sociable dance was enjoyed until the Small hours the morning. The president a Zanesville singing society was present and the gentleman was very con Jimen tary in his remarks concerning the Dover society. Twenty six the members went to Uhrichsville Friday evening last in carriages to assist their Brothers there in an entertainment. All together they Are a Jovial set Fellows among whom there May be found a number excellent singers. The editor the times returns thanks for the compliment an invitation to attend their anniversary and regrets that he could not he present. Personal notes. Charley Demster Uhrichsville was a guest at the a Gilsey a this City sunday. Or. Finney druggist and p. At Dennison gave the times Den a Friendly visit saturday last. Airs. Carrie English formerly new Philadelphia has located in paragraph. J. W. Holcome and wife Hudson Ohio were the guests . Richardson and family this City a few Days ago. Frank Flora clerk at the u. S. House Uhrichsville visited his parents and friends Here sunday last. Rev. J. A. Cook this City is a Delegate to the presbyterian general Assembly which meets in Minneapolis Minnesota May 20th. Or. J. A. Dodd this City received a letter irom the new York Post office one Day last week upon the Back which was pasted a printed slip with the statement that the letter together with other mail matter had been taken from the lost steamship Oregon now at the Bottom the sea. The letter had been thoroughly saturated with Salt water yet when received by . Dodd it was in Good condition. The missive was mailed at Horncastle England. Edward Lute aged 54 years died at his Home in Lockport Sabbath evening last. Deceased had been a sufferer for a length time and at his own request a postmortem was held after death by the attending physician . Sturkie assisted by . T. J. A. Richards and it was found that death resulted from cancer the stomach. Samuel Luethi Gnadenhutten this county sold to Rowland Kurtz a progressive Farmer near Here saturday last a Sciort horned Hull calf aged two three months for $40. Or. Luethi bought the Mother this calf from a . Bell Licking county about 1 year ago for $200. It always pays Farmers to invest their Money in Good Stock. The Cleveland amp Marietta r. R., running from Marietta to canal Dover was sold at Columbus wednesday last week by order the . Court. The first mortgage bondholders bid it in at $400,000. The bounded indebtedness the Road is $1,000,000. A Bill has passed the Ohio House providing that persons having furnished feed for cattle horses shall have a Lien upon the same. This is working the Rule the other Way. Failing to feed cattle and horses is what used to put the lean them. Thos. W. Fetters living with Nicholas Spring the Buell farm near this place says he can Plant More Corn with a a snap planter a Between the hours 6 clock a. And 5 p. M., than any Man in the county. He says the Challenge is now open. Thomas Carna Liam died at his residence in this City saturday morning last aged cd years and was buried Sabbath. The funeral was attended by a very Large concourse people from this place and Vicinity. The Lawn fete and open air concert at the residence John Burry . On tuesday evening was a grand Success pronounced by All As one the most enjoyable entertainments the season. We publish the fourth Page this weeks times particulars the terrible and disastrous storm that almost devastated Kansas City Missouri tuesday. A if. Burri has been selected by the City band As drum major that organization. The boys will Purchase an elegant uniform for a if. Prof. A Lias. Haupert the Dennison schools has been reappointed by judge j. W. Yeagley one the county school examiners to serve for a term three years from april 10, 188c. Or. H. Ackey the firm Walton a Ackey this City returned Home last Friday after an extended business tour through Kentucky and Tennessee. Clarence is one those Good hearted Jovial Fellows with a multitude friends who were glad to see him in our midst once More. Professor Jay a Perambo plating quack the Patent Medicine Street Corner painless tooth extractor order held Forth at Wilmot Friday evening last week lie extracted Teeth the Street free and announced that he would extract them at the hotel the following Day for 25 cents each. Quite a number ladies called to have dental work done. He would Only allow one lady in the room at a time and kept the door locked. To this some the ladies objected but All went smoothly until mrs. Emma Lobbs came. When the doctor had extracted her Teeth he invited iter into an adjoining room to Wash her face and Mouth. While there he threw her upon a bed and attempted an assault which she vigorously resisted and after freeing herself from the villains grasp hastened to her Home and informed her husband. Or. Lobbs at once called upon the doctor for a settlement but that worthy denied the charge and invited the irate husband to fight it out. This the latter refused to to and had Jay arrested. He was Given a hearing before a Justice the peace and was found guilty and fined $20 and costs in All about $42. Being unable to raise this he was taken to the county jail at Canton. This same fellow was in new Philadelphia a few weeks ago and held Forth the Public Square. People should give these stragglers who Are generally rascals a wide berth and patronize Home dentists. A a Doc Mckinzie is Back again at his former place business in the basement Eckerty a shoe store where he has opened a Tine restaurant and lunch room. A a does was evidently ushered into this world for that particular kind business which he so thoroughly understands. When you desire a Good Square meal just step in and make known your wants to a a Doe a and our word for it you will not regret taking this advice. Mrs. Oliver Knisely died at her Home in this City sunday last after an illness Over two years. Deceased was the wife Oliver Knisley tin and stove merchant East High Street and a most estimable Christian woman. Funeral services were held at the House conducted by Rev. Kuhns the Luthern Church. A husband and five children Are left to mourn her loss. She was aged fifty years last March. A _ the Fine residence and valuable property Frank Mauk fair Street this City will be sold at sheriffs Sale saturday next. The lot abounds with a variety excellent fruit and the House is in Good condition being an eight room two Story Frame. There Are two cisterns and a Good Well the premises. Also Large barn and warehouse now partially occupied As a dwelling. The property originally Cost $5,809. There is a Little document the court records in this county that will not prove very Good sunday Reading for some parties and thereby hangs a tale. If what is alleged proves True then some one has not lived in conformity with the teachings an old adage which reads something like this a a be virtuous and you a he a woman was sentenced in an English court to six months hard Lal it As a rogue and a Vagabond her crime being that she was in the habit carrying a sealed and addressed envelope in her hand and soliciting from passers by a Penny to buy a postage stamp. The grand jury finished its labors saturday and adjourned. Nineteen indictments were returned to the court. Further particulars in court proceedings published elsewhere. The present legislature with a disputed title will authorize the Sale state Bonds. Who will buy them the wages sin Are never reduced therefore the Devil has no trouble with his employees. The time schedule the c. L. Amp v Railroad will be changed sunday May 10th. A very heavy rain anti Thunder storm visited this locality Early monday morning. _ who will Purchase Bonds issued by a state legislature with a disputed title ? look out for pickpockets and swindlers circus Day next wednesday. Little boy. Little Willie Green had been to the United states circus the clowns pleased him immensely. He was completely carried away with de. Neary and the Clown elephant and when he saw Johnny Saunders and his donkeys he would have rolled off the seats if his grandpa had not held him tight. When lie got Home he plied his father with conundrums. A a a grandpa says that once a time Kings and Rich folks kept their clowns to make fun for them and called them fools. Why done to we keep fools too pay a a because my child we Send them All to a few Days ago president Cleveland sent to sex president Arthur a Box Choice Flowers from the White House conservatory with a Brief note stating that he hoped to hear his Early recovery. Or. Cleveland saturday received a note from general Arthur in his own handwriting returning thanks for the Flowers. General Arthur said his health had very much improved during the last week and lie thought he would be Able to be out in a Short time. Here is another trick that needs careful watching a one sharper agrees to buy a Farmers land and pays him $25 to bind the bargain. Another comes along and offers him $500 More and gets Promise it if the Farmer can buy off no. 1, who conies around and insists the fulfilment the contract but will give up for $200. This the Farmer agrees to and pays Back the $25 and the $200, and the second purchaser never turns up. Not Long ago Secretary Manning informed the Senate that All the Republican collectors internal Revenue were removed and democrats appointed in their places for the Good the service and to promote the Success the Dicy the administration. This was no Idle declaration for the statistics show a gain nearly $3,000,000 in the collections for the first nine months the fiscal year As compared with col actions last year. A Minneapolis dispatch states that 144 ears wheat came into that City inside 24 hours while there were 380 cars sidetrack and 154 due the following morning a total in sight 668 cars. With such vast stores to draw from and the present favourable Outlook for the growing crop the intelligent Farmer will readily arrive at a conclusion As to the Rise fall in the Price wheat. It has recently been discovered that i Large number fires in new York have been the work anarchists. Their method equalizing wealth has been to obtain Over insurance and then set fire to the property. A kerosene lamp is the usual method getting at it. I n View these developments it behoves the government to take measures to suppress these degraded criminals. While workmen were tearing Down the old court House at Millersburg a regular Arsenal was found very unique pattern and looked As though it might have seen service in the revolutionary War. The sabers were snugly encased in their scabbards and Are in an excellent state preservation. How they got there no one seems to know. The building was erected Between the years 1827 and 1834. A a what is a spirit papa a asked a Little boy just from sunday school. A a a spirit my boy a replied the father after some cogitation a a is something you can preserve but cannot a a yes i know a replied the hopeful son who in turn had taken time to consider a a its what you smelt after coming out the cupboard last since the burglary Packard a go�?Ts., in Warren a few months ago the Safe in the office is left unlocked with a card tied to the handle bearing this inscription a thieves take notice. This Safe is a few nights ago burglars visited the office but went away disgusted when they saw the notice. The handsome House the eclipse Lioata club at Myers Lake West Canton was set fire wednesday night last week and was burned Down. Fifteen Fine paper shells and working boats with fixtures and House furniture were All destroyed. Loss $2,100 insured for $1,500 in the Canton Mutual company. After a second trial a Massillon boy aged 13 years obtained a verdict in common pleas court at Canton last week against tin Pennsylvania Railroad company for $5,000 damage. A few years ago the boy had a leg Cut Oil by the cars at Massillon. A computation by Railroad men says the Missouri Pacific pays an average 38 per cent less wages than any other Road and yet Jay Gould has the impudence to say the knights labor have no grievances to complain Arbi trate. A Blind preacher in Baltimore has preached a Sermon a the funeral the he proved to his own satisfaction that the party named is dead. If so it is time to administer the estate and close this thing out. A Nebraska Man who went to san Francisco wrote Back to his friends a a we had a splendid party. There were two gentlemen from Nebraska a pair colonels from Missouri a couple Fellows from new York and a son a gun from Boston. Some taxpayers in Wooster favor tin project building a $75,000 town Hall at that place while others Are bitterly opposed to the expenditure so Large a sum. The hand will soon begin to play in that Quarter followed by a genuine old Racket. An Arkansas Man who wanted to get rid his wife held her and burned Sulphur matches under her nose. When she was partially stupefied he proceeded to choke her till she became insensible. The woman recovered and the husband will go to the Penitentiary. Common pleas court. Assignment cases. May term. Monday May 10. 28�?John March is. John a. Rate Baugh. Tuesday May 11. 46�?Frank grass is. John r. Lingan. 49�?alfred Bailey Stahlecker. 90�?ezra Nicholson is. The Smith foundry co. 91�?George a. Dawson is. Charles ii. Whittemore. 100�?Samuel Slade is. Emanuel Yeng Linsz. 185�?eleasia Greer is. Henry Groom. 194�?elizabeth Gerber is. John Gerber. Wednesday May 12. 135�?James w. Exline is. Simon d. Ililda. 198�?thomas j. W. Richards is. Joseph a xxx. Thursday May 13. 97�?annie lamas is. John lamas. 109�?zebulen 1. Sparks is. Frederick Lamb. Friday May 14. 179�?City Bank new Philadelphia is. Frederick Bigler. 207�?exceptions�?a. Ii. Brown is. Jacob Mohrhardt. Assignment 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. 38�?John l. Kennedy is. Dent a Polson. Wednesday May 19. 48�?lydia Reese is. Abraham Weber. 50�?Miller match co. Is. Isaac l. Deardorff. Thursday May 20. 53�?thomas worsted is. J. H. Van Glahn. 54�?alice a. Babers is. Isaac Bea Bers . 93�?christian Lenz is. Christ. I. Gerber. Friday May 21. 08�?Henry s. Pender is. Wesley m. Tracy. 84�?William Zelligman is. Sarah c. Stubby. 94�?Joseph erode Beer is. Cleveland Lorain a Wheeling r. Monday May 24. 122�?f. Seegel is c. E. Brothers. Tuesday May 25. 120�?George Lenhart is John kratts. 132�?Lewis Maugherman is John Forney. Wednesday May 20. 133�?John Burry is John Wetter. 138�?franklin Marks is the Penn Iron and Coal company. Thursday May 27. 144�?Lewis Maugherman is Abraham Lorenz. Friday May 28. 148�?cresswell a nagely is John d. Otis. 151�?olive Kline is Jacob Kline. 153�?olive Kline is Samuel Kline. Monday May 31. 172�?c. B. Harvey is John Figert. Defendant Eibert leave to answer and defendant Axx and wife to reply to same. First week. Della is John i. Otis. Leave to defendant to answer june 1st. Zachariah Stoner is school District no. 2, Washington township. Defendant to demurrer i Stanter. Peter Fahrney is Frederick Bigler. Plaintiff to reply june 15th. J. A. Lostetter is Alonzo Hardesty. Leave to answer Given Wible Wentz a company Mary Ann Swaby Geo Haas and John Krantz. Lewis Carhart is Levi i. Williams it Al. Defendants leave to answer supplemental petition. Carl v. Virgin is George l. Roberts. Plaintiff to reply May 15. H. H. Skinner is Brown Brothers. Defendant leave to file answer i Stanter. Alice e. Minnis is William Minnis. Defendant leave to answer. Alice e Minnis is Anna Minnis. Pendant leave to answer. De Anna Sperling is Edward Mcentire. Plaintiff leave to reply. Anna Sperling is Anna Mcentire. Plaintiff leave to reply. W e Schmertz a co is Phil Stephans. Judgment $029.00. Ezra Nicholson is the Smith foundry company. Defendant to answer. John i otes is Alex France it Al. Plaintiff to plead. Matilda Clark is Lambert Fribley. Defendant to answer August 1st. Letitia Clark is Lambert Fribley. Defendant to answer August 1st. Anna Kail it Al is s Finney. Sale confirmed and deed ordered. Lewis k. Thompson is David j. Thompson continued. Same. John Booth is Black band Iron co. Continued. Same. Sargent a Harmount is Van Kcezer Chapman a co. Continued. Helen m. Smith is Marcus. Smith continued. Agatha e. Penn is Marion c. Penn continued. Susanna Graham is Doratha Bunch continued. Kate a. Uhrich is Jacob Huston settled. John Deis is Martin Bruntzel. Defendant leave to file amended answer july 1st, and plaintiff leave to reply August 1st, 1880. Ohio complaint Ida m. Farr Nau is Charles Taylor. Dismissed for want prosecution. Crisswell a nagely is j. T. Of Donnell. Defendant leave to tile amended answer May 12. Anna Myers is c. Rittenhouse. Continued. Plebe m. Kirby is Joseph Spray. Continued. Stephen m. Johnson is Teri 1. Chandler. Continued. Hannah Lumsden is Wright rums Den. Continued. Anna Spee Meyer is Philip Zimmerman. Continued. Powell a becketts is Andrew j. Wilkin. Continued. Bachrach each a co. Is Charles c. Shut. Continued. Christian Maybaugh is e. Cotton. Continued. Nathaniel Miller is William m. Everhart. Settled. George w. Stoutt is Henry Fisher. Settled. George Arnold is Samuel d. Waltz. Settled. Charles Rouseh is Abraham Lorenz. Settled. A. T. Raith is John Skelley. Settled. Francis Dienst is b. E. Spring it Al. Settled. Gregg a co. Is William Wingate. Plaintiff leave to reply i Stanter. Jane Scarborough is the Queen fire insurance company. Plaintiff leave to file return in ten Days. Catharine Becker is Peter Becker. Dismissed. Frank Marks is the Penn Iron and Coal company. Plaintiff leave to reply. J. S. Scarborough is Wood Fribley it Al. Defendant to answer May 8th. Thomas Cox is the Penn Iron and Coal company. Ridgeway Burton a co. Leave to tile general demurrer. Fred Weber is David p. Parks. Plaintiff leave to file amended petition. John s. Norman is Laura Miskimis dismissed. Ohio complaint Alice Moss Holder is George w. Morris. Dismissed for want prosecution. F. Ii. Long a co. Is j. Hawthorne. Plaintiff to plead july 20th. A. T. Miller is Rachel a. Brunner. Defendant leave to answer by May 14th. Benjamin Beans is the Royal fire insurance company. Plaintiff leave to reply july 15th. John c. Lintner is John w. Bid Well. Plaintiff leave to plead May 20th. Wible Wentz a co. Is John lamas. Annie lamas to answer May 20th. Thos. J. W. Richards is Joseph Axx. Lot 2, Uhrichsville $150. J e Groves to Mary Holland lot Uhrichsville $1,500. We Holland to j e Groves lot Uhrichsville $1,500. Daniel d Trover to j a Mast 2 27-100 acres Bucks township $340. L g Krantz to Lewis Smith 1 acre Lawrence township $110. David Bixler to Charles Ream 79-100 acres Franklin township $00. John Linard to j s Huston lot 11, Rush township $2,500. James f and w w Millar to Edward Peacock lots 422 and 423, new Philadelphia $800. Catharine Barfus to David Balder 00 acres Shanesville $500. Charlotte Lorenz to Frank Schick 1 acres Jefferson $000. Cornelia e Roll to Mary e Holmes 31-Loothsof an acre Gosten township $3,250. Margaret Keesey to i v Smith lot 140, Uhrichsville $1. Fred Weber to Barbara a Palmer lot 18, Lawrence township $150. J n Mast to Henry w Pfister and t i j Penrod 2 27-100 acres Bucks township $075. T j Penrod and Henry w Pfister to Christner 227-100 acres Bucks township $725. George ii Everhart to Mary Schoen Berger 40 acres Bucks township $1,000. Sheriff Goudy to a j Everhart 210 acres Bucks township $750. Sheriff Bowers to Charles e Mitch Ner lots 293 and 294, new Philadelphia $5,500. E l Krakau is Joseph Horne a co. Plaintiff required to give Security in 30 Days for costs. Richard Cotter is Leonard Goodman. Move petition More definite overruled. Demurrer to petition overruled. Defendant to answer september 1st. John a Himes is Cinderilla Green. Submitted pleading and evidence finding for defendant and against plaintiffs. James w Exline is Simon d Hildt. Plaintiff ordered to give Security for costs. Jemima Brown is Robert ii Brown. 1 Junction allowed. Alfred Peck is James ii Johnson. Default judgment $1,069.15. Peter Fahrney is John Scheldt. Sale confirmed. J b Kelley a co is Jacob Helmkee. Plaintiff to give Security for costs and leave to defendant to answer sept. 1st. Mary Ann Johnson is Mary e Dearv. Demurrer Vincent Deary sustained and Deary to go hence without Day. Drusilla Stoody is John i Aldridge. C c Welty substituted for m Kalden Baugh As answering administrator. v Ream and Jesse Winspear made answering defendants. John Stuckey is the Penn Iron and Coal company settled. Crisswell a nagely is John i Otis. George Welty and Knisely leave to answer May 20. William h Harding is Cabin Parks Sale confirmed. Vinton Stoutt a Vinton is Elisha Pochek judgment $018.92. Vinton Stoutt a Vinton is Samuel Tyhurst judgment $770.84. Defendant Thomas Laughead is Samuel Tyhurst finding $107.35. Elizabeth Fuller is Frank Fuller injunction allowed. John w Chapman is Cleveland and Marietta Railroad. Demurrer to petition overruled and leave to defendant to answer August 1st. Theodore Mumma is Cleveland and Marietta Railroad. Demurrer to petition overruled and leave to answer aug. 1st. Daniel s Wiandt is John l Wilgus. Demurrer to 2d and 3d defences answer sustained and leave to file amended answer August 1st Charles Welgus made party to answer june 15. Thomas Cox is the Penn Iron and Coal company. Penn company demurrer to petition overruled in part and remainder sustained. Ridgeway Burton a co demurrer to petition sustained. Joseph Axx is John d it his motion sustained plaintiff leave to Amend petition. George w Pace is Maria Moore motion to quash transcript overruled defendant allowed to perfect transcript from justices court by adding certificate. Grand jury reported Twenty five eyes investigated Viz i gone for robbery larceny and pocket picking against two persons one Petit larceny one forgery and obtaining Money under false pretence one forgery six Selling liquor and keeping open sunday six Selling liquor to a minor two Selling contrary to Law one Selling sunday six cases ignored by grand j my. Total Bills 19. Transfers real estate. John Widder to Fred Wentz 113 2-100 acres Bucks township $6,300. J m Stoutt and Plin Vinton to Leroy Mcgregor part lot 2.77, new Philadelphia $2,725. Sheriff Bowers to Elijah c Collins 1 acre Warren township $4<x. Catharin Ler 6 1-100 Catharine Buell it Al to Fred bite Ler lot 10, new Philadelphia $250. Catharine Buell it Al to Fred Biteler 1 34-100 acres Goshen township $200. I w Huffman to Lizzie Carnahan lot 1, new Cumberland $150. David Norris to Isaac Cunningham and e e Norris 180 acres Salem township $13,800. Maurice Moody to Louisa Garber lot 26 and part lot 25, Dennison $150. 80 James r and William c i Laws to the w and l e Railroad 1 864-10 to acres Lawrence $550. Nathan Mccreary to the w a l e Railroad 1451 acres Fairfield township $100. Bigler bros., assignees to a Bates i acres Goshen township $3,250. Low prices still continue at Wells drug store. Quinine 85 cents. Morphine 40 i to. A bottle. A Cash discount Given All purchases $1 Over from 5 to 20 per cent. This discount is the entire Stock except Lead and Oil. The largest Stock mixed paints White Lead linseed Oil and varnishes it it i All kinds in the county. A full Stock painters supplies hand always. The largest Stock Wall paper in the county and every Roll is new Stock. Come and examine before buying. Dick. Stork new Philadelphia i it. 19 i. A. It Jentsch not having been Able to it it closeout his Stock drugs etc., As an entirety he desires to say to his numerous customers that he has resupplied Many deficiencies in goods and will be found at his line store in the Exchange Block As heretofore. He oilers Fine bargains in Many goods which he has a surplus and in All respects will Endeavor to keep up the reputation the store for the greatest variety and lowest prices. Give him a Call. 15 for Sale. place business in Phillipsburg is now offered for Sale. Good bar room Large Pool room hotel and Good stable ice House and half interest in skating rink now used As a town Hall. Will sell cheap and easy payments. Eight rooms in the House. Location and business Good. 12tf John w. Knt . Done to forget to Call j. Burry a son when you Are in need carpets As we Are bound to reduce our Stock and will offer them at below Cost. All Wool extra supers at 35 cents per Yard in remnants. We have just received a Case prints solid colors at 3 c. Per Yard. 20w2 j. Burry a son. For Sam it Gnu lease. A Good Coal Bank in excellent working order. Four ears 3 screens and 2 nut Coal screens. Eight acres a 3 loot. 1 Inch vein Good Coal. Located within 1 mile new Philadelphia with Good custom. Enquire at times office. 19w i for Sam. A very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per rent interest investment desirable lots and properties highs new Philadelphia. Set i other John a. I sir be Buell it Al to Lucinda bite j acres it Joshen township $900. \ for Sam House and lot West front Street. Lot 66x264 feet which is a Good Frame House Malmo t new 22x2s feet containing 8 rooms. Will 1m sold cheap for Cash. For particulars Call address i it Harj its a . 19�?it Wall paper largest not w Stock latest styles and lowest prices in new Philadelphia guarantied it d. Ltd. I let ehrs drug Hook and Wall paper store. 15 artificial Teeth $5.50 per set at . I. L. Mitchells dental office new Phila Delphia it it. 17-y 1 for Sam a a Good two year old horse. Apply at the times office address w. Ltd. Smith canal Dover. Gold fillings $1.00 Silver 5uc. Cement 25c., at . Mitchell Quot office new Philadelphia. 17-y 1 August Deibel to Henry Deible acres Bucks township $4,000. Philip and Wilhelmina Johnson to j ii Benfer 220 102-100 acres Wayne township $600. Eliza a Winters to t j Evans part the new 5 and 10 cent Tore takes the cake and whole bakery for substantial goods and Low prices. You can buy More tinware and Gla Ware at the new 5 and 10 cent store next door to Miller a songs drug store than anywhere else in this congressional District. Persons desiring to loan Money can have the same placed at 8 per cent., secured by mortgage first class real estate by John a. Himes new Philadelphia. 18tf lost.�? May 6th, a Small Black and Tan dog. The finder will let a rewarded by returning the same to 20w2 John Dunn

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