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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - September 9, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The Philadelphia volume Philadelphia o., thursday september 9, 1886. Number 37 new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore proprietor. W. H. Watson editor. Thursday september 9, 188g. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. Hip the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following hates one year Cash in advances 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 4��?oremittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. 4�-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 i makes use it whether he has ordered it j 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 the former direction they Are held responsible notice should always be Given removal. If subscribers refuse neglect to take papers from the Oil ice place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to discontinue. Official directory. District. Congress Bediali Wilkins state . W. Crites a. 1 Lance i j. S. Pearce common pleas judges. County. Terrese native. Probate j Edge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Reyor. Infirmary directors. Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins a. Figert g. W. Rowers John w. Kinsey. L. Kennedy j. I. Neumann s. Tufer w. E. Lash it. Benner 0. 11. Hoover j. Wherley w. Rogers t l. Krantz Sec City Daniel Korns. James i. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Uetzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. 0. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. Win. Campbell. Andrew Erwin. Mayor clerk marshal Street commissioner Council justices. Names. Daniel Krebs. James w Stoutt George Bear. Isaac couts. Henry Deible. T Richardson. R j Galbraith. T k Robinson. Philip a Carver John Smith. Jas Galbraeth. John Milone. Daniel Richards t b Lankin. L s Winseth. 1. S Mckinney. We e Beck. Samuel c Kline. J 11 Gardner. Robot Coruthers John Wetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. T ii Mozena. Joseph Healen. Chas f Davis. C c Fernsel. Levi Travis. John b Jones. Lliam Echman. L a Ornett. John s Spring diaries u Elle John w Rolli. 11 ugh t 51 Inni c w Kinsley. 1 h Kuhn. M s Wagner. J l Baldwin. Church directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lords Day morning at 10 30 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 9 clock a. Meti Odist episcopal preaching every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7o�?Tclock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wed tuesday evenings at 7 clock. 1erman every sunday at 1030,u. In. And�?~2 15 p. In., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday morning service each month concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. I Ted a idling every Sun a at 10 30 a. In. And 7 . Prayer ice Ting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. Lodge directory. chapter no. 38, r. A. My a meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. Dankl Kotzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. A a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mall Yale . G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Lylall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. W. Duncan k. Of it. And s. I. O. 0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107. Meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. F. Kislig n. G. I. A. , Llee. See a. F. 0. 0. Lodge. No. 1.10, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. Stemp1ifly, n. G. 1. Skill Letec. Sec a. I townships. Post Ofick. Clay. Lock no. 17. Wayne. I Emdee. Perry. Cadwallader. Washington Paoli. Plucks. Baltic. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Warwick. Tuscarawas. Warren. New Cumberland Franklin. Strasburg. Goshen. Barnhill. Kush. Tippecanoe. Mill. Uhrichsville. Goshen. New Philada a. Rush. Gnadenhutten. Clay. Gnadenhutten. Perry. Cadwallader. Fairfield. New Philada a. Sandy. Mineral City. Goshen. New Philada a. Lawrence. Bolivar. Warren. New Cumberland Washington Albany. Wayne. Dundee. York. New Philada a. Bucks. Baltic. Salem. Port Washington Mill. Uhrichsville. Mill. De unison. It in Ford. Newcomerstown 1 Franklin. Strasburg. J Auburn. Ragersville. Dover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. Lundy. Mineral City. Auburn. A Rogersville. Warwick. Tuscarawas. I Lawrence. Zoar. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Salem. Port Washington Jefferson. Port Washington Fairfield. Zoar station. Jefferson. Stone Creek. A Goshen. New Philada a. Oxford. N e w c m e r s t w n York. Black band. Union. Uhrichsville. 1 Union. Leesville. 1. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. J. J. Parr c. P. I. A. Correll scribe. I. 0. 0. . P. U. C., no. 8. Meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. J. W. Dodd Comdr. S. Hirst Secretary. A. Crawford Post no. 6, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. W. Bowers commander. Royal Council meets every first and third Friday each month in knights pythias Hall. W 11. Miller Regent. J. S. Bigler Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday each month at g. R. Lylall. E. Kaserman pres we. Bowers Cor. Sec a. Is r0mig, Ney at Law and notary Public. Office seas National Bank new pm Iladel _ l m00re, Ney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio a signal business entrusted to his care awas Harrison and adjoining count receive prompt and careful attention r citizens National Bank democratic ticket member Congress ber1ah Wilkins Tuscarawas county. Democratic state ticket. Secretary state John Mcbride Stark. J Edge the supreme court m. I. Follett Washington. Clerk the supreme court j. W. Miami. School commissioner Leroy d. Brown Butler. Board Public works l. W. Ludwig Cuya hoga. County ticket. For commissioner w. E. Lash Lawrence township. For infirmary director Ozias Deloux. Salem township. For Coroner w. E. Beck Goshen township. Lincoln american Liberty and Equality. In a topics the time a the Century for August in speaking workingmen says a a their right to Combine for the promotion their own interests cannot he denied the attempts some to deprive them this right Are tyrannical but the correlative the right to form such combinations is the right every Man to refuse to enter into them. That right they Mest recognize and defend. Whatever they can do by peaceable and rationale methods to improve their circumstances they ought to do but let them not suppose that they can grasp by violence any real advantage. The right every Man to work for whom he will and for what wages he chooses to accept is the Corner Stone our free institutions it is a monstrous Blunder for workingmen to deny this right to any honest Man. Some them do not seem to see How deeply their welfare and happiness Are concerned in the preservation this sacred right. Let them think Well upon these words one themselves who stood when he spoke to them at the head the nation a a no where in the world is presented a government so much Liberty and Equality. To the humblest and poorest among us Are held out the highest privileges and positions. The present moment finds me at the White House yet there is As Good a Chance Tor your children As their was for my fathers. Again i admonish you not to be turned from your Stern purpose defending our beloved country and its free institutions by any arguments urged by ambitious and designing to save these institutions for our children to keep these paths privilege and preferment open to All there must be no despotism Here not even to Benin Wicent ends. Workingmen want no other weapon than Liberty and Light. By peaceful and orderly measures they will the More speedily and surely gain the ends they seek by any other measures they will undermine and shatter the civil Structure which is the shelter and the defence All they hold major Dye late chief police Washington City was monday appointed a chief division in the pension Soltice at a salary $2,000 a year. Or. Dye is an Iowa Republican and assumed an attitude Defiance when a democratic District commissioner removed him and his recognition in such a substantial manner by the commissioner pensions is not understood under the circumstances. This is not democratic and the times enters its protest. We personally know Good democrats who have passed and examination for a similar position under a Republican Board examiners and by that Board were declared eligible for the position. In Many respects we Admire the administration president Cleveland and endorse civil service to a proper extent but the above act is humiliating beyond measure. Captain Joseph Whitridge who recently died near Springfield Ohio at the age 83, had made pretty thorough preparation for death up to a certain Point. Thirty years ago he put away a heavy Plank Burr Oak and after letting it season for Twenty years had his coffin made it. He bought a winding Sheet and placed it in the coffin which was stored away in a dark room. Twelve years ago he dug a vault in a Field near his House walled it up. Covered it with Sandstone slabs and placed a Boulder weighing seven tons for the Headstone. He was buried in the coffin and grave lie had prepared. The malicious Campaign falsehoods circulated about the lion. John Mcbride democratic nominee for Secretary state have been severely denounced by the better element the Republican party who conceded that his election thereby is assured. Or. Mcbride a Only regret about the matter is the pain it May cause his devoted wife and interesting family. The charges have been made by a dissipated fellow in Columbus whose wife is a most estimable lady. The the Cleveland Penny press Independent in speaking our ticket says for the first time in years the democrats have shown themselves capable appreciating and successfully grappling with the exigency the hour. The nomination John Mcbride for Secretary state was a Wise move. He is a Man and from the people who has worked his Way up through his own unaided endeavours. He will make an honest upright and capable official. The Cleveland amp a Arietta railway company has purchased fourteen new Bridges the Morse Bridge company Youngstown and they will be erected this month. John my Bride. Popular democratic candidate for Secretary state. F from the Canton daily Democrat. In 1852, Thomas Mcbride an Irish Sailor tiring his roving life moved his household goods from Carlisle Cumberland county England which for a number years had been Bis ostensible residence to America. The family drifted Westward and finally located in Chippewa township Wayne county this state where . Mcbride found work in the mines and where two years later june 25, 1854, was born to him and his wife Bridget a son who is the democratic candidate for Secretary state. The father and Mother were worthy people inured to hard labor and poverty but god fearing and self respecting. In accordance with the customs a mining country Young John was put to work in the mines at a very Early age. A few terms at a country school gave him what was thought to be a sufficient education to meet such responsibilities As he would Ever be called upon to assume. But the Young Man was ambitious. The vigor his mind and his strength character had made themselves Felt and recognized by his colleagues Long Ere he was age. At the age 1 5 lie joined the miners Union and from that time gave his most Earnest thought to the improvement the condition his class. In 1874 occurred an event which did much toward shaping the course his life. This was his marriage to miss Mary e. Kelly a most estimable lady and a teacher in the Public schools Massillon to which place the Mcbrides had removed in 1859. She became the inspiring Genius his life his teacher Mentor and Friend. All his Leisure hours were spent in hard study under the direction his wife and thus the foundation a Good practical education was Laid. Always a firm believer in the doctrines the democratic party in 1881 he became the nominee that party for the office representative and was Defeated by Only 63 votes. In 1882 he was elected president the miners Union in recognition his services to his follow labourers. How Well he discharged the duties his office is witnessed by his unanimous re election each succeeding year since. In this position he was called upon to direct the affairs men Many different nationalities men proverbially Headstrong and self willed and much More Apt to be governed by Caprice than guided by reason. That he Lias done wisely and Well will be testified to by the miners themselves next november. Despite the Long strike 1881 in the Hocking Valley when the Issue involved became the life the Union that organization is stronger to Day than Ever before in its history. In 1883 . Mcbride again made the race for the legislature and this time was triumphantly elected and in 18s5 he was one the few members the 66th general Assembly who was returned to its successor. The course Mcbride in the legislature is Well known to the people Ohio. He was Early recognized As the Especial Friend and Champion the interests labor and the results Bis efforts Are Felt in factory mine and workshop. During All his career he has never had to apologize for word vote and his record challenges comparison. Although the Friend labor . Mcbride has never been the enemy capital. He recognized that one was essential to the other and demanded Only for those whose interests he held in Trust Justice. He was never an extremist and deprecated the use Force to accomplish any end until All other resources have failed. His Home life is As simple As could Well be. By years self denial and rigid Economy he has just succeeded in purchasing a Home. It is a Small five room Story and a half Frame House without the slightest pretence ornamentation architectural Beauty. The front the House is nearly concealed by a huge Apple tree whose fruit Laden branches nearly sweep the ground. The Interior the House corresponds with the exterior it being very neatly but plainly finished. The cleanliness that prevails everywhere despite the fact that a Railroad passes either Side the premises Speaks volumes for mrs. Mcbride a House wifely abilities. The most conspicuous furniture the House boasts is a Large Bookcase the contents which give one an Index the tastes the owner. Labor statistics the work Henry George volumes political Economy etc., Divide the shelf room with the works Dickens Thackeray Carlisle Cervantes Don Quixote the poems Moore Burns and Longfellow. These arc the books that catch the first glance and seem to be first favourites. Four children have been born to . And mrs. Mcbride Lydia Kittie Edward and Joseph aged respectively 10 7, 5 and 1. Both . And mrs. Mcbride Are members the Catholic Church. Of . Mcbride a personal character his neighbors speak in terms warmest Praise. Even his political foes admit his worthiness As a citizen. He is quiet and modest in his Demeanour doing nothing upon impulse but giving every step careful consideration. Faithful to his friends courteous always to his enemies. Lie is not an orator but he talks straight at tie understanding his auditors. In All Ohio no More worthy example can be found the a a self made Young vigorous receptive each year his views broadened by experience and trial his capabilities increased by newly acquired knowledge and Earnest Endeavor he rises to every demand made upon him and advances More surely into the path usefulness and distinction. An amusing incident happened in a Liverpool Church tire other sunday. The pews the Church had been varnished the week previous and were not yet entirely dry. The congregation did not know this. The Clergyman came out the vestry room and began the Sermon by Reading the sentence a a rend your hearts and not your garments a etc., the people rising As he began. But to the horror everyone they found themselves stuck fast to the seats and though they had just been told not to do so Many them literally rent their garments in their efforts to get up. Reunion the 9sth recipient at Leesville Ohio. The following notes concerning new Philadelphia people in attendance at at the reunion Are from the Conotton Valley times last thursday . J. L. Mcllvain the Tuscarawas advocate and his son Charles drove Over from new Philadelphia. Charles m. Kitten House new Philadelphia a private the 51st regiment and Aid de Camp commanders staff g. A. R. Was present. John Kinsey a 98th boy co. K., reused with his comrades. Or. Kinsey is one the big men the regiment and is now serving his first term As auditor Tuscarawas county. A lady Washington a one the pieces artillery used in the Sham Battle is a Centennial gun belonging in new Philadelphia and was loaned through the Courtesy mayor Korns that place. The new Philadelphia Broom brigade composed Young lady members the woman a Relief corps made a Fine display the Public Square in the evening. The brigade has been efficiently drilled by capt. Sweney the Andrew Crawford grand army Post and 80th regiment V. I. Messes. Daniel Edgerly and wife and 1>. Ii. Larmon and wife new Philadelphia were the guests . James Roby reunion Day. Shanesville items. From Shanesville news september 1. J Ervin Fulton at East Shanesville is building a new oven for burning Brick and Drain tile. The Saddler shop now occupied by George Zahner will be sold at sheriffs Sale saturday. A. Bates esq., and wife new Philadelphia were in town Over sunday last returned Home monday morning. The Franklin Woolen Mill at East Shanesville is tilling up with Woolen goods All kinds for the fall Trade. Miss Ida Rufer new Philadelphia was in town during last week the guest miss Mary Wyss returned Home sunday last. Misses Madge Zellner Lucila Degreif and . Frank Zellner from new Philadelphia were the guests miss Minnie Zahner sunday. S. Mardis Gnadenhutten presented to Rev. J. G. Zahner two apples last week which grew a tree at that place planted by the indians in 1774, making the tree 112 years old. Examiner Haupert made a successful grab last saturday getting a handful papers containing questions and answers the examination which the applicant at the desk received through a Small boy carrying them Back and Forth from an outside mentally better prepared m. Of the g. Theatre. Maurice Anderson the eminent German dialect actor and comedian supported by his own excellent company Sterling actors and actresses will visit new Philadelphia for the first time thursday sept. 16th, and present the excellent and laughable comedy a a the heroic dutchman a at music Hall. We copy from the Jackson Mich citizen the attraction at Hibbard a opera House last night was a a the heroic dutchman a with that versatile Young actor Maurice Anderson in the title role. Such a Fred As . Anderson plays is Only excelled by Joseph Jefferson s Pip. The character is full striking situations and ludicrous predicaments but always funny. Or. Ander i son is one the few actors who can play tragedy and comedy equally Well. A he is a master in both. Reserved seat tickets will he Sale at Harris jewelry store. For the Benefit our readers who May fall into the hands these sharper we publish the following taken from a Columbiana county paper a few weeks ago a swindler called at the farm John Nold one mile East Leetonia and tried to sell . Nold a machine to make wire Fence. When he found he could not sell to him he asked for the privilege to put the machine in his Yard and Call the Farmers in to see it work. This . Nold gave him the privilege to do. Before going away lie asked . Nold if he would Send his Wagon to the station after the machine and bring it to the farm. Last week . N. Received word that the machine was at the station and he should take it away. This . N. Refused to do thinking that it might be a swindle. Last Friday another Man came claiming to be an attorney for the company and asked payment two Hundred dollars for the machine. Upon being refused payment he became very angry and used some bad language in the shape threats but finally left stating to . Nold that they would Settle in the United states court. There a nothing in this world like Justice pure and simple. In a Little Connecticut town lived two Brothers who were actuated by a Noble desire to Divide their inheritance the old farm House with strict impartiality. So after much discussion in which All the neighbors kindly joined and a great Deal arbitration they took a Cross Cut saw and beginning at the top the great Stone Chimney sawed the House in two Down to the ground. The division was a just one but the Chimney never Drew afterwards. When the Brothers capital and labor have divided the House will the Chimney draw the following from the Ohio game Laws As they now stand will be interest to Many readers who enjoy the sport Hunting. The penalty runs from $25 to $100, and thirty Days in jail. Quail and Prairie chickens can be shot from november 10th to january 1st wild Turkey november 1st to january 15th ruffled grouse pheasants and Blu winged Teal september 1st to january 1st Millard Wood and other wild Duck september 1st to april 10 Wood cock july 4th to january 1st squirrels june 1st to january 1st rabbits october 1st to febuary 1st. Wisconsin will vote this year upon the question allowing women to vote school matters. Short stops. Public schools new Philadelphia after summer vacation commenced monday with a Good attendance. Business men this City Are mighty poor advertisers. The potato Bug is just now Down the Rosy cheeked tomatoes with both feet. Our Good natured Friend Al. Bates formerly new Philadelphia is reported doing an excellent real estate business in Kansas City mo., and Vicinity a valuable cow belonging to a Farmer named Moore near Goshen choked to death an Apple last sunday. A full wind Complete report last weeks teachers Institute will be found elsewhere in this edition the times. Sile Cumpton is still looking for the Bob tailed Goat that escaped from Odd Fellows Hall during the shake up tuesday evening last week. First Load Clover seed brought to town this season was purchased by Frank Black monday. R. Cheetham is now running the English amp Dixon works full blast with Large orders ahead. Tuscarawas county fair will be held at canal Dover october 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th. General ditching for the water works will be commenced next week. Auditor Kinsey was at Columbus a few Days last week official business. A a Pilch a Fribley says the earthquake Shook the claws off an old gentleman cat that belongs to him. The Dex Tyler Hooks Wooster who secured first prize at new Philadelphia during the tournament repeated the operation at Bucyrus. Show Bills the Tuscarawas county fair this year Are very handsome in typographical appearance. John Andreas Thrifty Farmer and Stock dealer Auburn township was in the City monday. The Institute this year was the largest Ever held in Tuscarawas county. Hess custom flouring Mill this City now in full operation. A sketch Mcbride democratic candidate for Secretary state from Early life up to the present time written from his Home in Stark county will he found elsewhere in the times this week. There still appears to be As Many different series school books in Ohio As there was potato bugs this year in a ten acre held. When the water works Are completed in new Philadelphia the goddess j ustice the court House will make application to have her face washed. The Hook and ladder company this City Are making arrangements to attend the fire mans tournament in Cincinnati september 15th and 16th. Since the Good looking school a i arms a who attended Institute the last two weeks have left new Philadelphia there appears to be a vacancy in this Section the hemisphere. Rev. J. J. Gorby. Who for a Short time has had charge the u. B. Congregation this City left for Dayton o., tuesday to resume theological studies for the year. Contributions for Charleston South Carolina sufferers by the late earthquake May be left at the pos Ottice in new Philadelphia and will be publicly acknowledged by postmaster Fribley. No matter How Small the amount it will be cheerfully received by the stricken people that City. Sam. Mclean and Harry Harger canal Dover started out monday to paint the county in variegated colors with handsome posters for the coming county fair. Seven Hundred and five clean faced Bright eyed Rosy cheeked girls and boys started to school monday morning. A fashion journal says a a bows chairs have had their perhaps so but beaux chairs Are still having their nights. A Buff Alo father to encourage Early rising offered a Money prize to the child who should Rise earliest next morning. At a very Early hour a Little girl appeared claimed and got the prize and went Back to bed. Nothing exasperated a woman who has been shading her eyes from the gaslight with her hands All the evening so much As to Lind that after All she had left her Best Diamond ring the Wash stand. Judge to witness in criminal court a a How far were you from the accused when he fired his revolver a a when he fired the first time 1 was about ten feet a a and when he fired the second time a a about a Hundred Figaro. At a recent wedding near Boston the Bride entered her uncles Arm and was met at the Church by the Groom. The Uncle then retired in Good order took his seat in the body the Church end when the Clergyman asked a who liveth this woman a arose in his place and loudly and emphatically said she smoked him. Next a onday county treasurer elect John Myers assumes the duties his office with his son Louis As assistant. We Are satisfied that his administration the financial affairs the county will be eminently satisfactory to All regardless party faction. He is a straight Forward gentleman and with the assistance his son the business the office will be transacted in a prompt and thorough manner. The retiring treasurer John l. Kennedy has efficiently handled the county a Money for the past four years and we wish him Success in All his future Workman sept. Ath. Mrs. Hon. A. W. Patrick accompanied her daughter miss Kate who has so successfully fulfilled an engagement As elocution St before the teachers institutes held in Wayne and Stark counties having two seasons prior to this instructed in elocution in our own county. Besides the work she was engaged to per lorm miss Patrick was specially inv de for the Benefit the school directors to be present their Day in Stark county. The foundation for the engine and boiler House the water works Lias been completed. The contract was awarded to that excellent Stonemason 3/r. Geo. A. Kaserman this City. The Walls Are 24x65 feet and from 6 to 7 feet High and 18 inches thick containing 100 Perch Stone. The com Pany is exceedingly Well pleased with the work and give . Kaserman great Praise for being an honest and skilled Mechanic. An Exchange advises its readers to look out for a swindler who is working the school boards and township trustees by Selling a worthless compound for slating blackboards. A correspondent the Cincinnati enquirer writes from new Philadelphia telling the manner in which a Tuscarawas county woman treated an impudent preacher As follows a Good Story As to How a Frisky preacher got punished for his impudence reaches us from a neighbouring settlement West Here. The reverend was his Way to his charge where he was to preach in the afternoon. He stopped at the farm House a Good brother for dinner where he had often had a Good Square meal before. This minister was generally looked upon by his flock As a truly Good Man and one in whom there could be no guile. His Long prayers and loud exhortations Sank deep into the hearts his hearers and no one had the least suspicion that an evil thought could for a moment find Lodgment in the Good preachers breast. On the Day referred to when he took dinner with the brother a family his Way to his charge the reverend Man seemed particularly pious and lowly. After dinner the reverend got the family started across the Meadow to Church and told them he would be along As soon As he had read a chapter m his Bible and offered up his afternoon devotions. The Madame the House was somewhat delayed by dish washing and other household duties and did not get started with uie rest the family. The preacher retiring to his room passed through the Kitchen and shocked the Good wife by a proposal he made for her to go with him to the smoke House. Quickly recovering her equanimity she consented and told him to Lead the Way. Arriving at the door the smoke House the sister requested the reverend to step inside which he did when she quickly turned the key and had him a prisons. It was an awful predicament for a minister the gospel to he in and he pleaded in piteous tones to he released. The congregation gathered at the Church and wondered Why the preacher failed to put in an appearance. After waiting an hour they scattered to their Homes. When the Farmer returned and he found the cause the trouble sheol was to pay right there you can depend it. They had discovered that they had been harbouring a a a Wolf in sheep a clothing a and not until far in the night did they liberate their prisoner. He was released upon the Promise that he would leave the neighbourhood and never return. Whither he went no one knows. For some Days the family kept the matter a secret but it Fili ally leaked out. For their Sake names Are suppressed. Scarcely had the Appeal for Aid been received from the stricken people ill fated Charleston when postmaster Fribley prompted by his characteristic generous spirit headed a fund for the unfortunate people and announced by notice in the office that he would Forward All monies that our people Felt Able to contribute. A prompt response came from Many persons and the amount will aggregate a handsome sum. In due time our worthy postmaster will make Public acknowledgement through the papers the different sums received and forwarded by him to the stricken people in tie sunny South. All charitable people will unite with us in giving credit to . Fribley for his prompt action in responding to the appeals for Aid that came from the homeless suffering people Charleston South Carolina. Such acts Are worthy emulation. Three four weeks ago our Farmer Friend John Alpeter near Baltic Bucks township threshed his Grain. He has plenty chickens and every other luxury a farm which his table is always supplied but this occasion lie thought to intersperse these delicacies with a Little variety and telegraphed to Canton for $1.50 Worth Bologna sausage and pudding to the amount 50 cents. An extra operator was then duty at Baltic but imagine the Surprise . Alpeter when he received by express 150 pounds sausage and 50 pounds pudding. For awhile there was Blue ruin in the air and the operator after looking at the duplicate message for half an hour went out and pulled himself up by the straps his boots. Henry Watterson laments the death . Tilden in six columns double leaded Brevier dated Switzerland and published in the courier journal a lie never lived a says the Brilliant Kentucky editor a a who traversed the ways Gou and Man with step More measured than . Tilden made the journey this world upon a plan More far reaching and orderly. Yet he was not by nature either Placid cold and had brought himself to command the amazing Tranquility which marked his conduct and bearing in the midst affairs the most exciting and engagements the most imperious by the sternest self repression. He was a dreamer yet a Man business. He was a scholar a philosopher and a doctrinaire yet an organizer. On his return Home to Massillon last week after the democratic state convention Hon. John Mcbride the nominee for Secretary state was Given a grand reception by the people his Home City irrespective party. About a thousand went to his Home headed by a band and tendered him a serenade and several congratulatory speeches were made. Or. A Bride will get a tremendous vote in Stark Wooster jacksonian. The refuse from the Portage Straw Board works has so polluted the water the Tuscarawas River that it is unfit for cows rendering the butter made from the milk unmarketable As Well As destroying the fish in its Waters. The matter is now before the state Board health. _ a sunday school picnic and Harvest Home festival will be held at the lutheran Church Evans Creek Valley near Bakersville thursday september 23d. There will be Good speakers excellent music and an abundance to eat that occasion. Our faults like weeds Spring up spontaneously and require no cultivation. Our Virtues the contrary like Flowers require care and attention. If neglected they Are Apt to degenerate into vices As weeds if allowed to grow overtop the . Personal notes. Miss Yada Davis Mineral spent a few Days last week with miss Ozella crites this City. Miss Julia Cook an accomplished Young lady Canton is the guest . Andrew Bippus and family. Harry English returned to his Home Here from Iowa last week. He is looking Well and says he likes the West. Hon. Garrett Smith newcomers town was the guest prosecuting attorney Wilkin and family Sabbath last. Transfers real estate. Or. F. Cappels Washington township and a. Dix Mill township gave the times office a Friendly visit wednesday last week. I. Gentsch new Philadelphia and t. J. Murphy Gilmore will serve As Petit jurors in the United states circuit at Cleveland. Messes. Spaeth amp Schenk have just completed an excellent Job papering and painting for . Samuel Foltz that Speaks volumes for them As expert workmen. Or. Manuel Bender near Mineral who has been attending the teachers Institute in this place returned Home last thursday. Our old reliable democratic Friend and prosperous Farmer . Frederick Helmreich Bucks township gave the times office a Friendly Call wednesday. Mrs. N. Richards m. D., left this morning for a two weeks visit among friends in Kansas and Missouri and will hence be absent from her office for that time. Miss Maggie Gilgen and her lady Friend St. Louis Missouri who has been visiting the former a parents beyond Blakes Mill for the past two weeks returned Home tuesday last. Or. Ulrich Gerber and wife formerly this place hut now Cleveland were guests John Arn we. Reide Baugh and other friends Here a few Days last week. A Squire Moers Cli and Frederick Sipp Bucks township were at the a a Hub monday. The latter gentleman left a Silver Dollar in the times till and the former is the efficient p. At Baltic. A Squire Doerfer and de. Forney Baltic gave the times office a pleasant visit while at the county seat monday. Both Are pleasant gentlemen and report our neighbors in old democratic Bucks township flourishing. P. H. Read returned Home Home last week from an extended Western trip looking Hale and Hearty. While absent he travelled extensively through a greater part the Southwest but says he would prefer living in the Buckeye state. He brought no scalps with him. W. R. Fisher and wife Holton Kansas Are visiting . George Stees and family at new Cumberland. Or. Fisher was a member company a 80th Ohio regiment and now weighs 290 pounds. He is the Champion heavy weight foot racer Kansas. Our Young Friend w. A. Vogely started last Friday evening for Lebanon where lie is attending the National Normal University. He is taking the scientific course there and expects to finish it this coming year. He is a Bright Young Man and we wish him Success. _ our old time Friend . John Zehn Der Berlin Holmes county has been visiting his son in Law District Deputy u. S. Marshal John w. Sluthour this place for several Days. While Here a a Uncle a John called at the times office and dropped a Bright Silver Dollar into the exchequer. Or. I Mink Wilkin this City placed upon our table monday a neat and Well edited weekly paper called the Union published at Yreka California by r. Beers Loos. Or. L. Is an old Tuscarawas co. Boy and will let a remembered by Many people in new Philadelphia. His father still resides near . T/1arket reports c w Knisely to j a Miller 31-100 acre Washington township $160. Mathias Schneider to l a Ruperich lots 14, 15 and-16, Ragersville $650. Walter Jenkins to Jennie Campbell lot 10, new Philadelphia $150. George w Mcllvain Iff Al to George Welty it Al 2 20-100 acres Goshen township $5,000. Conrad Biteler to the new Philadelphia water company 1 73-100 acres Goshen township $444.56. Nicholas Miller to Burt Miller lot 18, Shanesville $�?~300. John Flynn to Jennie , lot 11, new Philadelphia $150. Silvas w Lappin to John m Palmer 40 acres Union township $1,500. Jesse a Hudson to Robert Huston 1 acre Goshen township $900. Elias and William Davidson to m a Moore 5 acres Salem township $250. George King to Jennie Lahm lot 403, Dover $310. We Lahm to Geo King lot 403, Dover $300. Charles Turner to m a Sherman lot 440, Uhrichsville $350. The Rock Iron company to Nicholas Weinz 1 1-100 acres Dover township $82.50. John g Rolli to g e Zeigel lot 6, Trenton $1,200. The Zoar society to r n Ball lot 3, Valley City $70. George w Schilling it Al to George Betscher blocks 1 and 4, Dover $1,000. T Peter Uhrich a Assignee to Eliza j Dewitt 50 acres Salem township $905. D t parties to John c Millar i acres Goshen township $510. I Peter Uhrich a Assignee to Frederick Goettge 50 acres Salem township $1, 400. J f Shivers to Martha j Ross lot 209, Uhrichsville $1,200. Sarah Cahill to John e Cahill lot 132, Uhrichsville $100. Charles la aunt to George Johnson lot 30, Uhrichsville $20. Caleb Jones to Daniel strife lots 15 and 16, Wayne township. Margaret Cappel to l b Glass part lots 69 and 70, Uhrichsville $1,700. L b Glass to j g Iteck part lots 69 and 70, Uhrichsville $1,800. The proprietor the times paid the Village Bakersville Over the line in Coshocton county a Short visit wednesday this week. Bakersville is an enterprising Little town about 100 inhabitants lying in a Little Valley that winds its Way through a Fertile Hilly country commencing in Bucks township this county and which town is the trading Point for a Large portion that township and for Adams township Coshocton county. Among the business interests the town we noticed two three stores that seem to be doing a Good business two Blacksmith shops one which is owned by our old Friend David Swan formerly Harrison county and who is an expert in his business one Saddler shop and shoe shop kept by Louis dreg her a live Man in his Trade a Woolen factory and a flouring Mill that is owned and operated by j. Ii. Miller a co.,and Jolly Good Millers they Are too. Their Mill has been fitted up with the roller process machinery which has greatly increased their business and they Are making As Good flour As any Mill in the state. We made Many acquaintances and found the citizens that Little town very Clever people indeed and were Pleast d to add several new names to our list subscribers. A suit that will attack general attention among the horsemen and Carriage manufacturers throughout the country was filed yesterday in the Jackson county court by Calvin Toomey tin celebrated Carriage maker this City against s. Toomey amp co., 0f canal Dover Ohio. This suit was brought for thu purpose securing damages to the amount $19,000 fora libellous article appearing in the Chicago horseman May 20, 1886, and written by s. Toomey is co. And appearing As advertising matter. Lausas City Tun times office september 9, 1886. Flour Patent to bbl. $ 5 10 a a a a sack. 1 25 a a rest family it bbl. $ 4 45 Amber it sack. 1 29 a a a a new proc. 1 50 wheat Bushel. 7 5 corny new a Dpi Bushel. 40 gats new Quot it Bushel. 27 Rye it Bushel. 66 butter it Pound. 6 5 12 sons a t dozen. 12 bilt k wheat flour to Pound. 93 hams it Pound. 19 shoulders Pound. 06 sides it Pound. 97 Lari it a a aft Pound. 96 fallow it Pound. 04 beef it Pound. 07 5 15 Salt Goshen barrel. 1 15 White Lime it barrel. 1 99 a k Ron Ementi 1 it a Itel. 1 35 calcined plaster r barrel. It 25 land plaster a ton. 9 99 a it barrel. I 50 potatoes it Bushel new. 30 dried apples to Bushel. 50 a a a a a it Pound. 92 rags it Pound. 01 it Bushel. 40 Hay Futon new. .5 5 0 00 Clover seed it Bushel. 4 50 Timothy seed Quot it Bushel. A it 50 Wool. 30 fertilizers it ton. 35 00 300 acres first class Puffin and River Bottom land and about 70 acres Bill land being what remains unsold the James Waddington farm situated the new Philadelphia and i Uhrichsville Road near the town Pike run. The buildings Are Good. This land will be sold As a whole divided to suit purchasers. The River and hot torn land would be sold in Small tracts. F. S. Rom in. Office Over citizens National Bank 1�?Tiiiladlephia, Ohio. 35tf ladies can buy line laces and ribbons it a minis Hugly Low prices at the 5 and 19 rent s it it re next. Do it it a to Miller a amps it in a drug Tore. 36 any one desiring to sell Exchange buy real estate any kind chattels will do Well to Call the proprietor the times 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 but made known Only to those wishing to Purchase. Of Fon Sale Price $270.�?four-horsepower upright portable engine Eureka. Manufactured by Payne is co., new York. All fixtures go with it. It is in Good order and has been used but a Short time. A bargain in it. Call at s. Moore a Law office Over citizens National Bank. 37 do not forget to examine into our offers in real estate. See our list 4th Page. We Are offering some extra bargains now town property. A a a for farm and school Bells Call at the English is Dixon foundry new Philadelphia Hio. 33 it 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 Isth heavy and Light castings can be had at the English a Dixon works Short notice. Also machinery every kind carefully repaired by experienced workmen. 35w4 persons desiring to loan Money can have the same placet i at $ per cent., secured by mortgage first class real estate by John a. Himes new Philadelphia it. Isth artificial Teeth $5.50 per set at . L l. Mitchell s dental office. New Philadelphia it it. 17-vl Gold fillings $1.00 is incr 50c. Cement 25c., at . Mitchells office new Philadelphia it it. 17-v i an endless variety Glass and tinware every description at the 5 and 10 cent store next door to Miller amp the Butler House Miller Burgh has been leased by Lon. Thompson formerly conductor the Cleveland and Marietta Railroad with residence then at canal Dover and our old Friend Philip Rausch near port Washington. The name the House has been changed to that Central hotel. Both proprietors Are Well known through this Section Ohio and the times wishes them Success. Our Csteen de Friend Henry link near Zoar was in new Philadelphia saturday last to meet his Nephew we. Stevens Huntingdon Indiana who will shortly proceed to new York state to attend College. Five weeks ago Henry was made quite Happy by the Advent a Young son but his modesty would not permit him to give that fact to the times until this late Date. We extend congratulations. Geo. Glatfelter this City and miss Lou denser Ragersville were married about four weeks ago and quietly went to House keeping in the widow grim property water Street. One evening last week the Happy couple were unexpectedly hut agreeably surprised by a party merry friends who came with baskets Well filled to wish them god Speed Over life a rugged pathway. Among the guests was airs. Payne Marion county this state. We Are pleased to learn that our former townsman . James h. Brewster who removed Troni new Philadelphia about two years ago Lias secured the contract for building the new court House at Independence Kansas. Or. Brewster is an expert in his line business and we feel Safe in saying that when the court House at Independence is completed the people there will have no cause to complain. There Are Many monuments workmanship in Tuscarawas county that attest his ability. Pensions patents claims generally prosecuted before government departments by John a. Buchanan attorney at Law new Philadelphia it. 32-1 m. Well painted and was made by first a workmen. Ail Al the time office. During a Railroad excursion from j Lafayette Indiana to Dayton Ohio the for \ Good second a other Day the train was stopped As it j Phaeton nearly As Good As new crossed the state line and David Clark alighted stood in Indiana and mrs. Mary Hawkins stood in Ohio and a minister who was present straddled the line and married them and then the 800 excursion lists formed a Circle around the pair and gave them three cheers while the band played. 91 1 and for a 50-Inch expert Columbia bicycle. Full Nickel bail bearings and in Good order. Will Soli for $75.00, Cash. Ii. Willard 31 Bolivia it. A wanted to Bor 909 for one two Ess the u. S. Post office department has lately issued the first consignment the new letter Sheet envelopes. When j Given. Add folded they present the same appear i Delpin it Hio. Anee As a common eve Rydal envelope with a 2-Ccnt stamp in tin right hand i Jacob Gepfert a Corner. When unfolded the device j Hue top buggy looks like a combination envelope i 0,1 Days time a opened up and a newspaper wrapper with this difference the letter Sheet envelope Lias a perforated line running around three sides. Kow v ear. ,09 it Rood s new i r $1,-Eeur-�?THila str a it it a for Thea Irgin is -75 for sell a it a it 3hf unclaimed letters. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Postof Hee september 6th, 1886 mrs Amanda Dean Albert Devoe mrs Nancy France Emma Gregory a e Hanney d George Dodd z e Murphy Elise Mori Rosa rur Anoch add crites. Foreign Fred Burkit k. Fri Nley p. A either your Needle is Dull my Scalp is sore is Given As the shortest reported sentence senator Evart. The utterance was when a surgeon was sewing the Learned gentleman a Scalp just after the memorable mishap. Novel weddings Are becoming quite popular. Last week two couples were United in a Mansfield clothing store. The knot was As securely tied As could lie done elsewhere and the store received a free advertisement. your i re Green House in Lai i your Home Nurser new Philadelphia i and guarantees said t t is i a a a it Mai. Fact Rees it no a 1 Meshri los Etc it Aniel Hells e 331< 9ery i Hen i for Coal cars and ear wheels eat the English a Dixon works new in a Delphia Ohio now operated let a r. Cheetham formerly it Teton it. 32 a t a drop into the 5 and 10 cent store next door to Miller is songs when you want to Ltd Purchase goods and secure big bar gains. 36 something new. A Oast Iron stove pipe elbows in three sizes. Come Ami see them at the English a Dixon works new Philadelphia They will last a life time. Jowl illuminated Side walk and Coal vault lights a specially at the English is Dixon works. 35w4 a Farmer at Paris ii., has 1,600 bushels Corn in a crib which he has held for a High Price since 1880. It is now nearly worthless

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