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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 25, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio Volume ., thursday november 20, 1ss6, number 48 official directory. District. Congress Bediali Wilkins state . W. Crites common la Leas App ree county. A Torrese native. Probate i Edge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. A suitor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Francis Ankney i. W. Yeagley a. F. Wilkins a. Figert .<1. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. A. 0. Neumann s. Kufer. W. K. Lash 11. Benner 0. 11. Gloover . Whorley a. Porter i l. Lorantz Sec City. Daniel Korns. James ii. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Jet Nian. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher i Ute Pitt. 11. P. Scott. Andrew a Ravin. Mayor a Erk marshal Street commissioner Council justices. Names. Townships. Post office. Daniel Krebs Clay. James w Stoutt Wayne. George hear Perry. Isaac couts Washington Lenry Deible Bucks. T Richardson. Sugarcreek. R g Galbraith Warwick. T k Robinson. Warren. Philip a Garver Franklin. John Smith Goshen. Las Gale Raetia. Rush. John Misione Mill. Daniel in Char is Goshen. T 11 Kaukini 11ush is i Clay. A Perry. S v Ren Acker Fairfield. L s k inner. Sandy. Win e ree it Goshen. Samuel c Kline. Lawrence. J ii Gardner j Warren. Robot coruthers1 Washington John Wetter Wayne. William Kinsey York. Philip Doerfer. Bucks. T .1 Stocker Salem. T 11 Mozena Mill. Joseph Scalea Mill. Chas f Davis it it Ford. C c Fernsel Franklin. Levi Travis Auburn. I w Newburg Dover. Jos 11 Hostetler Dover. Nieh Montag Dover. Wesley m Tracy Only. John i .1 ones Uburn. Ilioram echman1 Warwick. David a Breymeir Lawrence. Lewis c Zollars sugar Creek. L a Cornett Salem. John s Spring Jefferson. Charles h Ellers Fairfield. John w unlit Jefferson. Hugh t Minnis. Goshen. C w Kinsley it Ford. P 11 Kuhn York. s Wagner Union. J l Baldwin Union. Lock no. 17. Dundee. U Cadwallader. Paoli. Baltic. Shanes Volle. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. J Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. New Philada a. Gnadenhutten. Gnadenhutten. Cad a Mailer. New Philada a. Mineral City. New Lii lady a. Bolivar. New Cumberland i Albany. I Nomdee. New Iii lady a. Baltic. Port Washington Uhrichsville. J Dennison. Newcomerstown Strasburg. Ragersville. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City. Ragersville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Siva Neville. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. New Lii lady a. Newcomerstown Black band. Uhrichsville. Leesville. Church directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at i a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. Pm Hist i every lords Ray morning at la 0o a. In. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day Eracli month. Sunday school at y clock a. Met Hodi St e i Scop a no every Sabbath at 1 a Ai a. V and 7 clock p. In. Sunday school at 0 a. In. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. G Erm an Reform every sunday at lu3u.a. In. And 2 to p. M., alternately. Sunday school at 0 00 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 1 a. On tit first sunday morning service each month a missionary concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. Uva Tei every Slinky at 10 30 u. In. And 7 clock . Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. Lodge directory. chapter no. As r. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor. Ii. P. Daniel , scely. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. A a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mcilwaine . G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights Lodge no. 73. Meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Reck c. W. Duncan k. Of r. And s. I. 0. O. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. F. Killio n. G. I. A. Corkill acc. Sec a. I. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hail City Block. Stempi Fly n. G. P. Skip., acc. Sec a. 1.1>. O. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. J. J. Parr c. P. I. A. Corkill scribe. I. O. O. . P. Ii. A. No. 3. Meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. R. J. W. Dodd Comdr. S. Hirst Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. 6, meets every first and third monday night tit Timeir Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. W. Bowers. Commander. Royal Council meets every first and third Friday each month in k nights pythias Hall. W h. Miller Regent j. S. Bigler Secretary. National Council no 52. Meets eve cry second and fourth wednesday each month at g. R. A. E. R a. , pres. Wii. Bowers Cor. Sec a. J j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 46, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. I8yl j 7 d. Hisson us shaving shampooing and hair dressing parlor in basement under Miller s drug store North Broadway new . 4syl prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. V. Ream. Jr., attorney at Law not nov Public and conveyancer. Office a Corner Public Square in Judy building new Philadelphia Ohio. By John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public. New Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties office up stairs opposite court House Oil North Broadway. 47yl j ii. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections. Executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. 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A Quot tie new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in advances 9 1 if not paid within six months. 1 50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter pos Torlice order to the address the proprietor. I address All matter intended for publication to the editor. Laws newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice tie contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use it whether he has ordered it not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without forming the publishers and the paper is sent to tie former direction they Are held responsible notice should always be Given removal. If subscribers refuse neglect to take Walters from the office place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to discontinue. As the smoke the political Battle Lias entirely cleared away we find that about 150 republicans Goshen township scratched judge Pearce and voted for Trainer. That is quite a significant fact when we remember that it was claimed to be a bar tight against the court Here in new Philadelphia. It looks As though the lawyers cause was strongly endorsed after All by Many Good republicans and that . Trainer is worthy their support. There were about 450 republicans in the county that scratched judge Pearce and voted for Trainer and would have Given a majority in the county 16 17 Hundred and would have elected Trainer had it not been for treachery in the democratic ranks which lost them the Victory and some this conduct is traceable to office holders enjoying the spoils office As the gift the democratic party. No doubt . Trainer feels grateful to the republicans Tuscarawas county for Timeir support. While judge Pearce owes a debt gratitude to democrats Temperance men and a Large number Saloon men for his election. Strange to behold Why it is you can put Ucic Vine in old bottles without breaking them. Carl Krebs Lockport aged 57 years a Miner by occupation committed suicide by taking Paris Careen monday last. Some time this fall he fell and injured himself about the Chest which periodically gave him great pain and saturday last when lie came Home from his work told his wife he would not labor any More As he could not stand it. On sunday however he Felt More cheerful but monday having a recurrence pain he sought and obtained death As above stated. No autopsy was held As the manner his a shuttling off was evidenced by the Poison around his Mouth and upon his clothing. If you want anything in the line Job printing do not forget to Call at the new Philadelphia times office. We have a Complete Job office in connection with the times and have just received a lot fancy Type cuts and ornaments. Leave orders now for your Holiday goods. Call and see our specimen books from the leading paper Linns containing the Linest assortment cards envelopes invitations and Holiday hoods All kinds. Our rates Are lower than any other office in the county. Work first class and we guarantee Satin fast Ion. Remember our Ottice is Over the citizens National rank Public Square. Orders by mail promptly tilled. Miss Kate Senft. Daughter Farnest sen it Trenton who was stopping with her brother at Dennison Ohio was suddenly stricken Down while in the Yard Friday last with brain disease and la a for an hour be fore being discovered. Site was carried in and medical Aid summoned but it was beyond human Power to restore her. She lingered until saturday morning when she died and monday at one clock was buried. Democrats who receive their mail at the new Philadelphia Post office Are requested to meet at the commissioners room m the court House new Philadelphia Friday evening november �?~26th, at half past six clock for the purpose making arrangements to select by ballot a suitable and eligible person for postmaster. Said election to take place at some future Date the same to be designated at said meeting. Many democrats. Henry 11. Stocker port Washington called at the times office saturday last and remembered us kindly with Cash. Or. Stocker was a candidate for Sheritt before the democratic convention last june one year ago. He made a very creditable showing in the convention too. He is a staunch Democrat and we Hope he will yet be rewarded. Our terms is per year Cash in Advance does not mean 10 months after Date. While we Are willing to give a Little time when necessary we ought not to be expected to wait to the end the year at such a Price. Many subscribers have had our paper 10 months and Are vet in arrears. Sex president Chester a. Arthur was buried at Albany n. Y., the 22d inst. A vast concourse people and Many prominent men and statesmen were in attendance. Lewis Zollars Shanesville is authorized to receive subscriptions for the times. Any one in that Vicinity desiring to subscribe will please Call him. Air. Charley Young telegraphed Oberlin is Home a visit. Frank Graham p. M., Mineral Point was in town monday last. William b. Law Conotton Ohio was in town the latter part last week. Rev. Cook was at new Cumberland last sunday holding communion service. Win. Kuhns Canton was in our City sunday last visiting his father Rev. Kuhns. Mrs. Or. Knisely Chicago is visiting her father . Jacob Degrief and other relatives in new Philadelphia. T. A. Winehart the Geniel proprietor tie Central House bowl Aston Ohio was a guest at the Gilsey House last week. Or. T. B. Baker postmaster Bolivar called to see us at the times Ottice monday last. Or. Baker is and efficient officer and a Clever Good fellow. Lewis Zollars Shanesville Philip Doerfer Baltic and Benjamin Shor arts Mono fro Kall gave our Ottice a pleasant Call saturday last. Recommendations for Tup Good the labourer made in the annual report state inspector Henry Dorn. A party Young folks from Uhrichsville were in attendance at a party Given by miss Nellie hover at the residence . Hay North Broadway saturday evening last. Vvs Illiam Rinehart Stone Creek gave our office a pleasant Call monday. William is one the Many readers the times and we Are pleased to learn he likes the paper Well. Miss Beck Morehead Ylinie Smith Cora Aleman Blanch Smith Ida and Fauna Brown . Grant Spiker and Chas. Johnson All Uhrichsville spent sunday with their Young friends m new Philadelphia. Married. Court convened tuesday with judge Pearce the Bench. Seni Iai ser Ftp i Gustavus be 11-Hauser, son Gustavus Senhauser . To 10 popular Clothier and miss Lizzie pc Kurt daughter Henry Eckert this City were United in marriage thursday evening the 18th inst. They Are both highly respected and have a Host friends who wish them a life Bliss and happiness. There were Only a few their nearest friends present to witness the ceremony. We learn they have already gone to housekeeping. A boy by the name Otis Gowens Stone Creek Valley accidentally shot himself one Day last week while out Hunting. It was a Short barrelled gun and after loading lie rested it the ground with the muzzle against his body and leaned Over the gun to put the Cap and let that Hammer slip discharging the gun. The Ball entered his Abdomen and be lived but one hour after the sad Accident occurred. The following marriage licenses were granted since our last Issue John r. Gray and Marietta Mott it Fred s. Carlton and Lilly Meyers John g. Digger and Anna k. Speght John Abel and Sarah f. Ickes William wires and Minnie m. Gilmore. We give you this week some thanksgiving matter hoping it May prove int Cristina to our readers and we also publish one Day earlier so that our office boys May have a rest and enjoy thanksgiving As it Seenith Best to them. Rev. J. A. Cook received a message from a. Read principal Steubenville Seminary that Rev. William m. Grimes pastor presbyterian Church that City died thursday at do. Or. Grimes was one the leading ministers that denomination in the state. Rev. Baldwin will preach in the u. B. Church next sunday at 10 50 a. In the evening m. Phillips will preach. Subject a a soul transfers real estate. Alvira Sprague to v. P. Renner lots 5, 6, 7, 10 and part lot 11, n. C., $6,000. T. A. Packer to Sylvester Andrews lots 12 and 15, Uhrichsville $200. Jacob i Arbaugh to a. W. Patrick 2 55-100 acres Goshen township $1,000. Mary l. Klaus to the Village new Philadelphia part lots 8 and 15, new Philadelphia $15. Chas Scott to l. In if Askins sr., part lot 454, Uhrichsville $150. Martha Mitch mar to Simpson har Nio unt lot 17, Mooreville �40. Jas Patterson to t. J. Evans 1 acre Mill township $1,200. Maurice Moody to Sarah m. Thompson lot 6, Dennison $250. Maurice Moody to Fuen Healey lot 4, Dennison $250. Harvey True to Lewis f. Slykes 51 acres Goshen township $155. George j. Markley to Josaphine f. Stallinger lot 1, Mineral $1,800. John kerch to Christian Beevers lot 8, Dover $450. John m. Lessick to David Yant 2 6-100 acres Lawrence township $425. What do you think a 1 toys genteel Winter hat Cap for 25 cents. They Are to be had at the Boston clothing House. A splendid heavy menus lined jeans pants Well Worth $1. Can he had for 65 cents at the Boston one Price clothing 1 Louse. A Good heavy suit underwear at 45 cents at the Boston one Price clothing House. If you want a first class overcoat at the lowest possible Price go to the Boston one Price clothing House. The largest Stock mensa boys and childrens clothing in the City is to be seen at the Boston clothing House. Columbus o., nov. 21. Henry Dorn chief inspector workshops and factories has submitted to the governor a synopsis recommendations and suggestions which will appear in ins annual report. This department so much importance to the Labouring classes was established by a democratic legislature during governor Load Lye a administration. The synopsis recommendations Are As follows the importance the office has become so Manifest that no one now questions the Wisdom the legislature in creating it. Other states Are providing similar Means to protect the employees factories from injury. The Arm the chief inspector should he strengthened so that he May he enabled to accomplish that which the general Assembly designed lie should. In regard i to tire escapes the inspector should have authority to approve disapprove As Many Are no use and worse than useless. The subject child labor is perhaps the most important matter coining within the jurisdiction the chief inspector. There Are cases where both parents and employees Endeavor to evade the Law and the inspector should be empowered to ascertain by All Means possible the facts in reference to age. The Laws Massachusetts and new York this subject Are worthy careful consideration. The Law relating to female employees and requiring seats to be provided for them is fatally defective and should be amended. The Law says that a a suitable seats for the use female employees a shall be provided and that they May he used when the employees Are not a a necessarily engaged in the Active duties for which they Are employed a thus defeating the very object the Law. It is Gratifying to know that owing to the labors the inspectors the number accidents in workshops and factories is steadily diminishing. The necessity for an appropriation for a clerk is becoming More evident every Day. The work is constantly increasing and it is utterly impossible for the chief to perform the office work and at tin same time attend to his other duties. Within the past three months Over a thousand letters have been received and answered and thousands circulars mailed. There does not seem to be any doubt that the legislature should provide by Law that elevators in factories should he protected with automatic self closing Gates. The practice that exists in some factories Locking the doors after the hour going to work is exceedingly reprehensible and should he prohibited by Law. It is not difficult to imagine the result a lire in a Large establishment filled with men girls and boys with the doors All locked. The number factories inspected during the year exceeds three thousand scattered Over the entire state. Not a county Lias been missed. A majority these factories Are located in a few the cities and towns and the balance widely scattered. Ohio militia to be armed with Spencer Magazine riot guns. The murderous qualities tiie new weapons. Columbus o., nov. 15. Adjutant general Axline is arranging to distribute among the regiments militia in the state the two Hundred and fifty Spencer Magazine riot guns. This weapon for use at Short Range is the most destructive firearm Ever invented. It is a repeating Shotgun constructed somewhat like the repeating Rifle the Magazine holding six paper shells which contain sixteen Buckshot each. The gun is no. 12 bore and the six shells can be discharged by an experienced person in three seconds. The governors guard the City a Gatling gun Battery will be provided with Twenty five these guns. Some idea the terrible destructive Powers this one company can he Given in an accurate statement the number shots they can fire in one minute. The company has two the latest improved Gatling guns which fire 1,200 shots each per minute. These two guns Are manned by twelve men. The remaining Twenty five men will be armed with the repeating shotguns which can readily be reloaded and discharged twice in one minute. Hence these Twenty five men can shoot 4,800 Buckshot per minute which by actual test have pierced an Inch Board at a distance 125 Yards. This company thirty two men is capable firing 4,800 deadly missiles per minute and with wonderful accuracy for the Gatling gun can be discharged with far greater precision than the average Soldier discharges his gun in an engagement. It is apparent that the mob which faces this company must either annihilate them at once meet with terrible Slaughter. On account its fearful destructiveness the Gatling gun was not used the mob the first night the famous Cincinnati riots. The 14tti regiment dispersed that mob in about fifteen minutes the greater part the firing being done by one company court Street which met with determined opposition and killed and wounded Over one Hundred the rioters before they were dispersed. On the following night however the Gatling gun was turned the mob for a few seconds and the circumstances will give some idea its destructiveness. The 14th regiment Gatling gun had been placed in the Center the court Street barricade where the principal part the fighting had been done. At night the mob again began to assemble firing the barricade from Street Corners and the Market House which was situated in the Middle the Street about 150 Yards from the barricade. The firing was growing rather brisk from the Market House where the mob had formed a Light barricade from the benches. A few shots failing to dislodge them the Gatling gun was manned and the Crank turned about six revolutions putting a shot in every eighteen inches along the Width the Market House. That was sufficient seven men was carried from the Market House dead and wounded and the old place was As silent As the grave during the remainder the Plain dealer. Thanksgiving Day. Sacred pause amid the Din and turmoil a world care the Rush life the grinding Mart and to a nation bowed in prayer. Lord put our worldly fear away and Grant a True thanksgiving Day j 1 a silence filled with holy Awe a consciousness love divine that closes every murmuring lip and shows How Bright our favors Shine. Of for a grateful heart to say this is indeed thanksgiving Day i a Cool Retreat where heated toil Way Wear upon his aching breast for just one Short and tranquil hour the soul reviving Flower rest. O Pearl blessings 1 let thy Ray extend to All thanksgiving Day i a trusting place at which the past and present once again unite to hold communion close and Sweet with Olden dreams fond Delight. Let not a grief worn memory stay in sight this thanksgiving Day. A mount apart whose Summit gleams above the Vapours Sharp and Clear above the poisonous mists Earth within a heavenly atmosphere lord meet us there we humbly Pray in pitying love thanksgiving Day. Julia h. Thayer. Love and War. Taro lovers. After Twenty weary years separation Are finally United. A Van Bernard i wish you to understand distinctly that i am at Liberty to choose my own company and i do not propose that 3�?T shall dictate to me either a and Ellen Gilbert gave her worsted an emphatic Jerk by Way emphasis. A a but Ellen this fellow is a stranger find Well 1 do not like the look his Black Van spoke his convictions for if his feelings had not been Hurt by his evident interest in the Maiden he loved there was something so forbidding about this elegant stranger who had been spending the autumn among the Ohio Hills As to put Plain honest Van his guard. A Henry romans is a perfect gentleman and understands How to conduct himself in the presence ladies which is More than could be said some Young men i know a Ellen retorted angrily. Van coloured at the thrust but managed to say coolly a you know Ellen How people will talk for Well every body knows we arc a engaged Van Bernard when did i Promise to become your wife so far As 1 can recollect you have never yet asked me and it is not probable that i should consent to such a proposition without some such intimation your while Ellen was speaking a Shadow crept Over vans honest face and leaving his chair he can. Over and leaned heavily against the mantel. When he could steady his voice he said slowly and sadly a Ellen there never was a time when i did not look upon you As my future wife though we have never gone through the formality asking and answering that question we understood each other perfectly. Is not the engagement ring upon your Finger at this very snatching the ring from her hand she threw it towards him saying a so perish the last link that binds us together. I am glad to be free to feel that you can not hold to to a bargain that was never a Ellen you know i do not wish my Freedom and you Are just As confident that i would never try to hold you to an engagement which you Are tired. You Are not yourself this evening. When you think Over your Hasty words you will decide a never i despise you and Hope you will never come into my presence again a Ellen hashed Back. Van took his hat from the table and walked slowly out the doorway and Down the path to the Gate. He did not go Homo but turning into a path that crossed the Meadow he wandered aimlessly along until he reached a secluded spot where he sat Down to think. From his earliest boyhood he had known and loved Ellen Gilbert. As they grew up to manhood and woman Hood their affections entered More and More in each other and years ago it came to be understood that in due course time they would make a Home for themselves. Though More than ordinarily intelligent Van was Only a Plain Farmer but until the coming Henry romans Ellen had been proud his Sterling qualities and the whole wealth her Young heart belonged to him. Romans had come to spend the season with a Friend and in making love to the pretty Little rustic Maiden he had no higher motive than to be amused for a few tedious weeks. Ellen was dazzled by his stylish appearance and enjoyed the envious glances her Young companions but although she wished Van was not so old they stood face to face. Fashioned she really loved him As Well As Ever. Once twice she was temp tech to Call him Back and Tell him that she did not mean what she had said but calling her Pride to her assistance she determined to teach him a wholesome lesson. A a poor Van it is too bad for i Earo More for him rough and awkward As he is than this handsome stranger with All his Gold and knowledge the ways the world a she said to herself after trying in vain to find an excuse for her harsh words. A but i will let him alone for a few Days for lie must learn that he can not dictate to a Van did not come Back the next Day As she had anticipated so for his special Benefit she attended the concert in company with Henry romans. Van was there but away Back in a dark Corner where his White face did not haunt the unfaithful girl and so heart sick did he become at the careless remarks those around him concerning the turn things had taken that before the entertainment was half Over he slipped out unobserved and stealing softly in at the cottage door sought his own room and there he spent the rest the night in contriving plans for his Mother s Comfort for he had fully determined to offer Iii soy fees to the recruiting officer before an Guior Sun should set. When in the morning he unfolded Hia plans to his widowed Mother silent tears rolled Down her withered Cheeks but not a word complaint did she utter. Other mothers were compelled to part with their sons and Why should she be spared to pain separation it was soon arranged that her son Beu should take charge tha farm and its work and before the stars came out that night Van had taken the last kiss from the dear old mothers lips and had marched away with the boys in Blue. He had not spoken a word concerning Ellen a unfaithfulness but the mothers intuition told her something was amiss Between them. When Elien heard her lovers enlistment she wept bitterly but her Pride prompted her to conceal her remorse by seeming carelessness. After Van was gone he flirted desperately with Young romans and bends wife did not think her duty accomplished until she had repeated her opinion the girls conduct to Van. So thoroughly indignant was the Young Matron that she even confided to him Dame Rumoro a report concerning the wedding that was to take place during the holidays. It might All have been different had not Van at this juncture implored his sister in Law not to mention Ellen Gilberts name at a in the future. So he went believing that Ellen his Ellen belonged to another Man and feeling that he was alone in the world he became reckless his life. It was thanksgiving Day �?T62, that Ellen drove him from her presence Lay wounded and bleeding Lookout mountains gory Field. Early that memorable Day the color bearer was shot Down and it was Van Bernard who saved the tattered Flag from capture carrying it with him right into the thickest the fight. To was seen to fall amid the storm shot and Shell that darkened the air and when the smoke Battle cleared away his comrades took up what they supposed to be his mutilated body and wrapping it in the riddled Flag he had borne Laid him tenderly in the grave their own hands had hollowed. But poor Van found a far les3 restful bed than the one they had prepared for him for wounded ill and in a Southern prison the scorching Sun beat Down unmercifully upon him while his friends in the North thought him Safe with god. Having Learned through a Comrade who had been brought into the Hospital in a dying condition that his Mother was dead and that the papers had been full eulogies concerning his own heroic end he determined not to a deceive the world but when the struggle was Over to Bury himself in some secluded spot in the sunny South and to let his old friends and neighbors go believing him asleep the Battle Field where he had fallen. He was not exchanged until the War closed and then among strangers he began his new and solitary life. Though Ellen feigned indifference she would have sacrificed her life to have saved the Noble one her lost Friend. Even while engaged in playing the part a coquette her heart was aching for one word from the honest sensible Man she had sent from her so cruelly. Week after week and month after month she looked in vain for the letter that she hoped to would be so forgiving As to write. At times she was tempted to Lay aside her Reserve and Send him a penitent letter that she was certain would bring a reply but bends wife would say that she was courting his favor because the City fellow had cast her aside. To it was that no explanations were Ever made and when the news vans Noble death came Ellen was almost prostrated with grief. She went around the House Pale and wan and at times her friends feared that reason itself would be dethroned. But trouble is not Apt to kill and poor Ellen was destined to carry her heavy sorrow Many Long weary Days. Her Brothers and Sisters married and in due course time her parents went to join the sleepers in the silent City the dead and Ellen was left alone in the House that had once Boon so full song and laughter. Three Days before the anniversary the Battle Lookout Mountain Twenty years after he had been carried into Captivity an uncontrollable longing to look upon Home and familiar faces seized Van Bernard. Before he had stilled All such desires but somehow to could not quiet the Beart yearnings this time so his Valise was hurriedly packed and his Landlady was informed that he would be absent a fortnight. An hour later he was flying northward and homeward. Day was dawning when to stepped upon the station platform his native town. Not wishing to arouse bends family so Early he determined to take a stroll through the graveyard anti Down past the old Gilbert Homestead. There were Many familiar names Cut in the monuments m the cemetery but he Only paused Long enough to read the inscription his mothers a Tombstone and drop a tear upon her grave. The Sun was just beginning to tint the tree tops when he halted at the Gate leading to the porch where he and Ellen had spent so Many Happy hours. But Little change had Token place in the appearance the old House and its surroundings since the Day he went away just Twenty years before. Opening the Gate he walked up the path and was air it to occupy a rustic seat which his own hands had fashioned when a woman who had been gathering China asters and autumn leaves came suddenly from behind the old Elm tree and once again Van Bernard and Ellen Gilbert stood face to face. Ellen was the first to recover her voice and there was a perceptible tremor in her tone As she faltered a a Van Bernard has the grave really Given up its dead is it a spirit 1 address ? a a a it is Van Bernard flesh and blood As old who stands before you Ellen but i do not know by what name i should address you now a Van replied in a voice that convinced his hearer that it was no supernatural being who had made her such an unseasonable Call but that the real Van Bernard whose face had haunted her for More than a score years now stood in her presence. A Call to Ellon Ellen Gilbert As you did in the Long ago a she said quietly. A but i thought you were married Henry romans a is not and never was any thing to me a she answered. A but you look faint. Come in and get a Mouthful a not now Ellen. Sit Down and let us understand each and there amidst the old familiar scenes the breach three times seven years waa healed. All the Long doleful past was forgotten in the new Hopes that had come so suddenly to them a hour later Xien old mrs. Goodman came in to help with the thanksgiving dinner she found them still the porch forgetful their breakfast and every thing else except that they had found each other and nothing but death would Ever separate them again. That was a real thanksgiving to them both and the quiet marriage that was celebrated in the old fashioned parlor that night was As full Loye As if there had been no Gray hairs in the locks the brio and growt. Belle v. Chisholm. We should be thankful not Only thanksgiving Day but All other Days As Well for gods mercies Are cout Mualin 6lovvered upon us. Did you see those heavy and Superior overalls for men and boys Price 55 ets. At the Boston clothing House. An elegant and dried shirt for 40 Cei clothing House. Well made at the Unlyun Roston the chop Laid by. Ali Ougrita suggested giving. By to links a Alsing children a Tho tender tie Home the Ideal grandmother am adventure with Tho Lull Cari. Ats i no children and pleasing them is about All the majority Mankind Are living for though they done to know it anti if they did the acknowledge it. It is emphatic ally the great business Tho sub Lunary life. A with amazement at the Busy crowds in a great City that arc Ever going to and fro like a fiddlers Elbow and the most them arc working and struggling to please and maintain children. It is Tho excuse for All the mad Rush that Harries Mankind through the world. It is Tho apology for nearly All the stealing and cheating and lying in the land. Not Long ago one my neighbors sold me a Poland China sow for fifteen dollars and she ate up live dollars Worth chickens the very next Day 1 got her and when i asked him Why he did no to Tell me she was a Chicken eater. He a nailed and said he thought that i would find it out sooner later. His girls came to meeting next sunday with Brand new bonnets that Wero bought with that Money and so i forgave him. He cheated me to please them. Sometimes when 1 ruminate upon the meanness Mankind i wish that children would never get grown for they done to get mean foolish until they do. Solomon says that a children Are the chief end Man and the glory hi3 declining years a and 1 am prepared to add that raising ten a dozen them from the Cradle to courting time is about the busiest thing in this life and the most responsible in the life to come. But the crop is Laid by. We Are nearly through thank the Good lord for his mercies and i go through it again for a world full Gold. The last tender shoot is out the grass a no More nursing and trotting and toting around no More washing and dressing and undressing and putting to bed. No More tip toeing around when they Are asleep Bear and Monkey when the court Mill. Assignment jury cases. Market reports the Chicken eater. Never again will they to crawling Over a tired paternal Riding his Back trotting his weary Knees As he sings the same old songs he has Sung a thousand times before. Our last and youngest a dozen has passed the rubies no bless her Little heart i almost wish she never would grow any More get any older for she is the cum fort our declining years. She can now Wash and dress and undress and say her own prayers and put her Little self to bed. She can sing her own songs and she Waits us like a fairy and Finis the House with sunlight. The crop is Laid by. In the heyday our Youthful vigor a kind Providence enables us to Hoar up splendidly under these burdens but an old Man can to. An old Bachelor had bettor not begin. It is a fraud upon his Young wife for it leaves her All the burdens. If there is any peril in life that is like a lingering suicide it is for an old widower who has raised one crop children to marry a Young wife and go to cropping again. It is against the order nature and he will hardly get to heaven for Paradise was not made for fools. When a Man begins to get along in years he gradually changes from being a King in his family to a patriarch. He is More tender and kind to his offspring and instead ruling them the first thing he knows they Are ruling him. It is the first born children who get the most Licking and this is right and according to nature. They Are the trainers the younger ones both by pro cent and example. They Are to Lead the Way and must be made to Lead it right. They get the most favor too and enjoy the most privileges. They go when the parents go. They Wear no second hand clothes. They have the birth right and must keep up and hand Down the Good name the family. But one by one they grow up and marry and leave us for other loves that Are stronger than ours. How sadly silently jealous we Are those loves Ilow hard to be reconciled How do our hearts recoil with a stronger affection towards those who Are still our own All our own and cling to us for love and support. I said to a Good old Mother not Long ago a Well i hear that Anna is to be married a yes sir a said she smiling sorrowfully. A i done to know what i will do. last daughter is going to leave me. In be nursed and watched and petted her All her life and i kind to thought she was mine and would always be mine but she has run off after a Feller she is no Kin to in the world the Start. And who never did do a thing for her but give her a ring and a Book and a Little French Candy now and then. It does look mighty strange and i understand it at All if if if i Hadnot done the very same thing myself in the Long and she kept knitting away with a smile and a tear upon her Motherly face. Raising children is a mighty big thing and it takes two to make it a Success. Every child ought to have a father and a Mother a father to govern with vigor and a Mother to love with tenderness. A Man is the head the House about some things and about some other things he is omy next to head if he ainu to foot. A Man can punish his children course when they deserve it but it is always advisable to make a reasonable explanation to the Good Mother who bore them for they Are her children sure enough and she knows it. There never was but one Case doubt As to who was the Mother a child and King Solomon settled that in Short order. The pain and trouble and nursing and night watching have All been hers. The washing and dressing and mending and Patching timing a fingers and toes and sympathizing with All their great big Little troubles. It All Hills to her while the father is attending a his farm his store his office May l>5 his club and his billiard table. In be seen the old Hen scratch and work and worry All the Day for her tiny Brood and in be seen the old rooster step around and look with a paternal Pride and do nothing. Ever and i ton he would find a worm a Bug and Call them to come and get it and just before he got there he ate it himself. When a woman says a this is my child a it carries More weight and More meaning than when a Man says it and i have no respect for a Law that will give a Man the preference just because he is a Man. Our crop is Laid by and now there is a now lot Little chaps circulating around for grand children have come to visit us and make for us a genuine thanksgiving Day in our country House. What a burlesque it is in childhood a Joy for the grand parents to live in a crowded City penned up with Brick Walls with a few sickly Flowers in the front window and a backyard to play in about As big As a Wagon Sheet. The old folks should live in the country where there is latitude and Longitude and Fields and branches and Hills and valleys and cattle and hogs and rabbits and dogs and pure air and wild Flowers and fruits and every thing to make them free and Happy. When our grandchildren come to see us they Feci like they playing horse and and they Are awake. No More baby songs and when that Festal Day came around again a j Para Goric teething Colic Catnip to. The finish. Have escaped from prison a they feel like school boys when recess comes they want to Rock somebody fight a Yaller jackets nest. They hardly took time to kiss and say Howdy and shuck off their sunday clothes before they were off dabbling in Quot the Branch rocking the ducks fighting the ganders fishing for minnows catching frogs rolling an old Hogshead Down the Hill breaking the Bull calf and every Little while coming to grandma for some More Ginger bread. Here they go and there they go while their poor grandma jumps up every few minutes to see if they Haven to got killed drowned turned Over the Hen House. She had liked to have taken a fit this morning As she looked out the window and saw them coming Down the big Road with the Bull calf pulling a Wagon gum log wheels. One was pulling a Hawk and another a gee a and four were Riding and All were Yelling and they made such a Racket the calf run away with Tho whole concern and never stopped till lie got m the Branch and land a their Gable ends in the water. Blessings the children and the children a children How i do love to have them ground and see Thorn frolic and Ever and anon hear one Squall with a Cut Finger a stumped toe the bark knocked off his tide somewhere. A child without a grandpa to humor and a grandma to Comfort can never have its share happiness in this world. Blessings the Good old people too the venerable grand parents Tho land the people with Good old honest ways and simple habit and limited desires who indulge in no Folly and hanker after no big thing but live along Calm and Serene coveting nothing but the happiness their children and their children a children. Bill Arp. Just arrived. A Fine line menus and boys overcoats that certainly will astonish you in Price at three four live and six dollars at the Boston one Price clothing House. If you want a Good pair working dress gloves go to the Boston one Price clothing House. Saturday nov 27. 115�?mary Ann Johnson is Mary e Deary. 120�?c ii Harvey is John Figert. Monday nov 29. 128�?baehrach, Lieb amp co is Charles c Sheetz. Tuesday nov 30. 154�?elizabeth Beaber is John i Otis. 141 a Peter Fahrney is Frederick Bigler it Al. Wednesday dec 1. 143�?City Bank new Philadelphia is Frederick Bigler it a i. 144�?same. 156�?Anna Sperling is few ird my i lit ire. 157�?Anna Sperling is Anna Meln tire. Thursday dec 2. 161�?grim amp Brown is Sid. France. Friday Dee s. 170�?Ohio complaint Flora put Taylor is Samuel l Dawson. Saturday dec 4. 180�?isabella a Demuth is James c Johnson. 181�?Ohio complaint Sarali f Mathews is win c Knisely. Monday dec 6. 183�?nathan Miller is George w Meese it Al. 191�?daniel Thomas is John Deible it Al. Tuesday dec 7. 199�?susan f Dotts is Joseph t Mclean. 202�? Philipena Buchstahl is Rudolf Kuc Stald. 207�?lenora Thornton is Philip Sheetz. Wednesday dec 8. 312�?nancy Shannon is John a Hostetler trustee thursday dec 9. 255 George f Campbell ail my rvs David Judy it Al. Times office november 25, flour Patent 9 by it. Sack. Best family % bbl. Amber sack. A a new proc. Wheat up Bushel. Corny new Bushel. Oats new 9 Bushel. Rye�?j9 Bushel. Butter a a 9 Pound. Eggs�?"9 dozen. Buckwheat flour cd Pound. I i to mss 9 Pound. Shoulders Poulidt. Sides 9 Pound. Lard Pound. Fallow Pound. Beef it it Pound. Salt Goshen Quot a 9 barrel. White lime�?9 barrel. A k Ron cd m Entz barrel. Calcined plaster�?9 barrel. Land pi.aster�?7j9 ton. �?19 barrel. Potatoes�?19 Bushel new. Dried peaches�?19 Bushel. Dried apples a 9 Bushel. A a �?19 Pound. Raos�?19 Pound. Onions�?j9 Bushel. Hay�?19 ton new. Clover seed Bushel. I Timothy seed�?19 Bushel. Wooi. Fe-rtilizeus�?19 ton. 1886. 10 25 45 1 20 1 50 73 40 66 8@16 20 1 3 10 06 07 06 07 5 15 1 15 1 00 1 35 2 25 9 00 1 50 30 1 12 75 03 01 50 5 do 00 4 00 30 35 00 a big offer to subscribers. Proceedings. Circuit court a november term. No. 1�?jennie m. Krantz is Edward Huffman. Error continued. 2�?flsie Thelmi Esthe Penn Iron and Coal company. Appeal settled. Plaintiff to recover $6,881.89 and interest As follows $1,500 due the 20th nov., and $1,000 per month thereafter until paid. Penn Iron company to pay plaintiff 8125 per month commencing nov. 15, 1886, and continuing until the above judgment is paid and thereafter $250 per month. Plaintiff to pay Penn Iron co. $613, being one half Bonas claimed by company. 3�?isaiah d. Dickinson is James m. Burt it Al. Appeal finding for plaintiff $1,334.26, with interest from july 11, 1884. 4�?1the Wheeling a Lake Erie r. R. Is the Pennsylvania co. Etaf error. Judgment common pleas court reversed so tar As the w. Amp l. F. Co. Are defendants in error. A. Vinton to pay costs in circuit. 5�?samuel Slade administrator Etc is Adam Stocker it Al. Error. Judgment lower court affirmed with costs. 6�?thomas j. W. Richards is Joseph Axx it use till. Appeal. Finding nothing to be adult plaintiff his Quot claim it being paid by note. Defendant a xxx to pay All costs. 7 Zachariah Stoner is school District no. 2, Washington township. Error. Common pleas reversed. Case remanded for further proceedings. 8�?John a. Ilo Stetler trustee is Alonzo Hardesty it Al. Appeal. Finding for plaintiff. 9�?City Bank new Philadelphia is Frederick Bigler it Al. Appeal. Finding for defendant Bates and sheriff Bowers. 10�? Micajah seran Esthe Wheeling a Lake Erie r. R. Error passed. 11�?mary a. Swank is Henry Rice it Al. Error continued. 12�?zebulon p Sparks is Frederick Lamb. Appeal continued. State Ohio. Eighth common pleas District. At a meeting the judges the common pleas court in said District held at Bellaire in the county Belmont tin third tuesday october 1886 ordered that the Day the commencement each term the common pleas courts in Eracli county in such District for the year 1887, be fixed As follows to wit mus Kingham county january 4th, april 12thnovember i Atli. Morgan county March 15th, june 14th, september �?�7th. Noble county january 1th, april 5th, september 27th. Guernsey county february 15th,april 26th, it a toil 13th. Belmont county february 8th, april 26th, it october 4th. Monroe county March 15th, june 4th, november 22d. Harrison county january 4th, March 29th, september 6lit. Jefferson county january 11th, april 5th, september 20th. Tuscarawas county february 1st, april 19th, september 27th. Each term to begin at 9 clock a. Ordered that the labor holding the common pleas. Courts said a strict be apportioned among the judges As follows in the counties Muski Ngum Morgan Noble and Guernsey by judges 3. W. Ampbell and it George l. Phillip. Arid Timeir Success to it is. 1 n the counties Belmont and Monroe by j Edge St. Clair Kelly and his successor. In the counties Olarri Jefferson and , he j us its Joseph c. Ilance and John s. Pearce and their successors. Order it it that the clerk tie court common pleas the county Belmont he requested to Forward to the Secretary state is copy the foregoing order fixing the Day the commencement each term in the several counties in said District. Ordered that Joseph. Ilance one the j judges the subdivision said District is designated to supervise the execution the foregoing order and to perform such other duties As May devolve him by Law As such super vying .1 Edge. Jolim c. 11 Ante John s. Pearce St. Lair Kelley j. W. Campbell i Yokoi l. Phillips j . State Ohio Tuscarawas county is. I John Figert clerk the court common pleas wit Hin and for the a Foresaid county do hereby certify that the foregoing is a True and Correct copy the original a times holding common pleas court the eighth j Udie Ial District a now file in said clerks office. In testimony whereof i have Hereunto set my hand and affixed the Seal said court at new l. S. J Philadelphia Ohio this Twenty fifth Day october 1886. 44w5 John Figert clerk. A Good red shirt and drawer guaranteed fast color for 68 cents at the Boston one Price clothing House. We will Send the times and the american Danner both one year for $1.30, in Advance. Any subscriber who has not yet paid his subscription can now have credit for tee i Imes one year and the american Danner one year from Date payment by paying $1.30 Cash hut this offer must be Aee opted soon. We also extend this offer to our old subscribers upon Timeir renewal for a second year and paying the above amount we will Send both the times and Danner one year. For Sale.�?300 acres first class Plain and River Bottom land and about 70 car. Sof Hill land being what remains unsold the James Waddington farm situated the new Philadelphia and Uhrichsville Road near the town Pike run. The buildings Are Good. This land Wili lie sold As a whole divided to suit purchasers. The River Bottom land would he sold in Small tracts. F. S. Rom to. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. 35tf for Sale. A Small farm 68 acres known As the Peter older tract Pike run adjoining Coal mine no. 2. There Are three dwelling houses the premises two Orchards and a school House. Sixty acres cleared and under Good cultivation and go it til fences. All m grass. Terms reasonable. Possession can be Given at any time. For particulars Call Frank Romig at times office William Oliver Pike run. 39tf for Good second hand four horse Power engine and boiler almost As Good As new including All attachments. Will sell for $150. A bargain in it. For further particulars inquire at the times Ottice. 40tf any one desiring to sell Exchange buy real estate any kind chattels will do Well to Call the proprietor tin 1 Imes who will act As agent for the same reasonable terms. No charges made for advertising in the times when you employ us As agent. No names parties Given to the Public hut made known Only to those wishing to Purchase. Of 1or Sale Price $270.�?four-horsepower upright portable engine Eureka. Manufactured by Payne a co., new York. All fixtures go with it. It is in Good order and As been used hut a Short time. A bargain in it. Call at s. Moore a Law office Over citizens National Bank. ,-57 Large speckled and spotted Bird dog and he Lias been kept and cared for by me. The owner can have the dog by paying for advertising Etc. 43tf Harry Kelly Fairfield. For very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per cent interest investment. Also other desirable lots and properties. John a. Himes new Philadelphia it. 18tf for Sale the Palace restaurant and lunch room located in basement under Eckerty a shoe store will he sold at a sacrifice if disposed in the next sixty Days. Satisfactory reasons for Selling. A All address m is. E. I it Uncan new Philadelphia 45\v6 remember that m i Tel 1 Ellis dental lie. V is the Only place 111 new Philadelphia \ where a is administered for extracting Teeth. 17y1 a an endless variety Glass and tin wan every description at the 5 and 10 cent store met door to Miller songs drug store. 44tf ladies can buy line laces and rib Ems i at astonishingly Low prices at the 5 and j 10 cent store next door to Miller 1s1 songs drugstore. 44tf do not forget to examine into our fers in real estate. See our list 011 4th 1 Page. We Are to ring some extra bar-1 gains now town property. Persons desiring to loan Money can have the same placed at 8 Ter cent., secured by mortgage first class real fist ate by John a. Himes new philadelphian. 18tf i drop into the 5 and 10 cent store next j door to Miller to songs when you want i fit Purchase goods and secure big Lmr-1 gains. 36 wanted to borrow�?$500.00 $1,-000 for one two years. Good secur Ity Given. Address Box 87, new Phila Delphia Hio. Before purchasing a feed Mill any kind Send for Price list to Cyrus Mcqueen Baltic Tuscarawas co., 45w3 Good and Well made clothing always to he had at the lowest prices at the Boston one Price clothing House. A splendid medicated All Wool suit red underclothing for $1, at the Boston one Price clothing House

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