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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - September 30, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday september 30, 1s86. Number 40 new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday september 30, 1886. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. Pfc the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following states one year Cash in Advance is 00 if not paid within six months. 1 no a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Jutt address All matter intended for publication to the editor. Laws newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use it whether he has ordered it not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without a 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 papers from the office place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to discontinue. Official directory. District. Wilkins state . W. Crites j. Liance a. S. Pearce common pleas judges. County. . Probate judge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Reyor. Infirmary directors. Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins a. Figert 1. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey t. L. Kennedy j. 1. Neumann s. Rufer w. E. Lash it. Benner 0. In. Hoover 1 j. Wherley a w. Rogers l. democratic ticket member Congress Beriah Wilkins Tuscarawas county. Democratic state ticket. Secretary state John Mcbride Stark. Judge the supreme court m. I. Follett Washington. Clerk the supreme court j. W. Craik Simank 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 Delong. Salem township. For Coroner w. E. Beck Goshen township. Or. W. Ii. Watson is no longer an employee the times office. Any communication business for publication May he addressed to the times the proprietor in person. City. Daniel Korns. James ii. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. We Campbell. Andrew Erwin. Mayor clerk marshal Street commissioner a Council justices. Names. Daniel Krebs. James w Stoutt George Bear. 1 Isaac couts. Henry Deible. T Richardson. K g Galbraith. T k Robinson. Philip a Garver John Smith. Jas Galbraeth. John Milone. Daniel Richards t b Rankin. L s Winsch. And Timmerman. S v Lenneker. L s Mckinney. We e Beck. Samuel c Kline. J 11 Gardner. Robot Coruthers John Wetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. To t h Mozena i Joseph Lealen. Chas f Davis. C c Fernsel. Levi Travis. J w Newbury. Jos ii Lostetter Nicoli Montag. Wesley m Tracy John b Jones. Hiram Echman. David Breymeir Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett. John s Spring. Charles ii Ellers John w Rolli. Hugh t Minnis. C w Kinsley. P ii Kuhn. s Wagner. J l Baldwin. Townships. Clay. Wayne. Perry. Washington Bucks. Sugar Creek. Warwick. Warren. Franklin. Goshen. Rush. Mill. Goshen. Rush. Clay. Perry. Fairfield. Sandy. Goshen. Lawrence. Warren. Washington Wayne. Ork. Bucks. Salem. Mill. Mill. It in Ford. Franklin. Auburn. Dover. Dover. Dover. Lundy. Auburn. Warwick. Lawrence. I sugar Creek. Salem. Jefferson. I Fairfield. Jefferson. Goshen. Oxford. York. Union. Union. Post office. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Cadwallader. 1peoli. Baltic. Shanesville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. New Philada a. Gnadenhutten. Gnadenhutten. Cadwallader. New Philada a. Mineral City. New Philada a. Bolivar. New Cumberland Albany. Dundee. New Philada a. A Baltic. Port Washington Uhrichsville. Dennison. Stras Burglin. Bakersville. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City. Rogersville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Shanesville. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. New Philada a. J Black band. Uhrichsville. 1 Leesville. Church directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. In. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. Christ every lords Day morning a 1 a. Preaching morning and evening third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 1 clock a. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. German every sunday at 1030. A. And 2 15 p. In., alternately. Sunday school at 0 00 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday morning service each month a missionary concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath morn Ings and evenings United every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 a it a it Oak . Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. 111. Lodge directory. chapter no. 38, r. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniel go Tom vex. Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. A a. a meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mall value . G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall. 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. , rec. Sec a. I. 0. 0. Lodge. No. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stem pm Fly n. G. P. Skill. Alec. Sec a. 1. . Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. J. J. Parr 0. P. I. A. , scribe. Driven to desperation. The dark methods Republican leaders unequalled in the annals political history. I. 0. 0. . P. U. C., no. 8. Meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. It. J. W. Dodd Comdr. S. Hirst Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. 6, meets a 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 Mouth in knights pythias Hall. W h. Miller Regent. J. S. Bigler Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday each Mouth at g. R. Hall. E. Kaserman pres. We. Bowers Cor. See a. Unclaimed letters. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office september 27th, 1886 John Carnahan ii n Locklin mrs Mara Lattiere Jennie Mathias Albert Miller Elmer Pennick Grace m Pur Lette. Prentice e Hood mrs Algey Weis. E. Fribley r. Only a few weeks ago the managers the Republican party in Ohio believing they had at last found a redeemer for their party in the person Neiswander Columbus who is an inebriated induced him by Means commonly employed by the party to bring a damage suit against Hon. John Mcbride for alienating the affections mrs. Neiswander hoping thereby to prejudice the people and weaken the popularity . Mcbride. It became evident that something must he done the party would he Defeated. Alas they did not Stop to think that a nucleus some kind was necessary upon which to found the slanderous attack so that it might present a semblance truth but the contrary it was wholly unfounded and was the product Low scheming politicians and was ignored by decent republicans. Then it became necessary to divert the attention the Public from that futile Effort which Only increased the strength Mcbride and to cast about for a Hole to creep through and save the party. This time governor Foraker shoulders the task. Finding Hon. John Mcbride a character Invulnerable to the slanderers Tongue and to atone for the past Blunder his party the governor spoke As follows a both parties have nominated their candidates and adopted their platforms. 1 have nothing to say in disparagement tie chosen Leader the democracy. 1 am quite willing to concede for the Sake argument whatever the fact May he that he is a gentleman in every Way qualified for the position to which he aspires. Our objections to his election Are not to him personally but to the party for which he stands and the principles he lie then dives into the Penitentiary to see if he can find a stain the character the managers that institution under the last democratic administration that he might charge the democratic party with it and arraign it before the eyes Public Justice and the people. A More loathsome Story could not have been planned. Acts officials Are detailed that Bear false witness upon the very face the statement. Acts that Are so deep died with inhumanity and degradation that they cannot be credited to this enlightened age. The history our nation and the state Ohio no where recording such brutality among civilized people is sufficient to overthrow this charge coming As it does from a Penitentiary convict. A Man who has not Only violated the civil Law our land but the divine Law a convicted horse thief who has nothing to lose and All to gain his Liberty. The substance the charge and the denial . Montgomery is embraced in the following from the Globe demo crat St. Louis mo., sept. 26.�? special a the Globe Democrat publishes a column report by Telegraph a speech made by gov. Foraker at Columbus in which the governor tells a blood curdling Story the atrocities perpetrated upon convicts in the state prison by its democratic officials. In this speech gov. Foraker introduced As the foundation for his charges the affidavit a prisoner f. W. Nye taken before notary Public Geo. A. Beaton Franklin county. This affidavit alleged that Nye had been employed by l r. R. Montgomery and a. W. Holmes the Penitentiary physician and his assistant to carry the bodies convicts who had died in the Hospital to the morgue where under their instructions he skinned them. These skins he was afterwards obliged by the physicians to Tan and make into walking canes the strips human skin alternating with Calfskin upon the stick. As an instance illustrating the inhumanity . Montgomery Nye added in his affidavit that several times while standing at the bedside dying prisoners the physician would turn to him with the remark a i guess he would make a Good . Montgomery who is accused this barbarity lives in St. Louis at no. 3129 Olive Street and he was visited to Day by your correspondent and asked if he wished to present a statement to the Public regarding the Story. A i wish to take enough notice the Nye affidavit to say that it is a lie from beginning to end a he replied a Nye is serving a 15 years sentence in the Penitentiary for stealing horses and in the institution he is notoriously a liar. Governor Foraker and George Beaton both know that the affidavit is a lie. George Beaton knows that Nye was trying to get a Pardon before i left the Penitentiary and that he expects his Pardon now As the Price this lie. This Pardon Beaton has undertaken to get for him. �?o1 never knew this Man Nye to be about the morgue the Penitentiary in any capacity a continued . Montgomery. A during the whole time i was connected with the institution there were Only two three bodies prisoners uncalled for and left to get buried by the state. These men were put into coffins by Yard superintendent Wright and buried. He knows that they were buried. Who were the seven eight persons from whom Nye took their skins ? this tale that the Young governor Ohio is circulating shows that he is reduced to remarkable extremities for Campaign gov. Foraker presumes a great Deal the ignorance the Irish and coloured people in making such an Appeal As he does to arouse their prejudice against the democratic party. They Are too much enlightened to hold the democratic party responsible for the individual acts these doctors even if these charges were True. In that event they would say As All democrats do say give them the full penalty known to the Law. But do republicans believe it ? no no the tale is too rank it must explode its own Force. It was hatched in a Den thieves by unscrupulous politicians. Said general Ewing appointment clerk the department Justice a the president is certainly the hardest working Man in the country. I do not see How it is possible for one Man to do All that he does. Take the matter pardons for instance. All the papers in Pardon cases and they Are generally voluminous Are sent to the president. He goes through them very carefully through the testimony what the judges and District attorneys recommend and in fact he examines every scrap paper connected with the ease and then he writes the Back the papers his reasons for granting refusing the application for Pardon. No Otner president Ever took such pains As he does. And he is thorough in every detail. When he sends Over to have the appointment a Man under the department Justice made out there is no trouble in finding out who the Man is. He writes out his name in full and gives his place residence. Formerly we used to get such orders As a appoint Jim Henderson a and there was trouble in finding out who Jim Henderson was and where he abide. But it is All different Washington critic. The Granville times last week indulges freely in Campaign mud flinging and the Hon. Beriah Wilkins seems to be the target aimed at. The people will remember that Rev. Downs the Republican candidate in this District is one the proprietors the Granville times and was formerly its editor and no doubt has much to do in directing its policy in this Campaign. We would naturally think that the Rev. Gentleman would keep the political atmosphere pure around the office his own paper especially when he is the opposing candidate to . Wilkin. The Granville limes can to Back up a single derogatory assertion made in its columns against Beriah Wilkins. It does not credit his denial As being truthful and quotes As follows a thoughtful democrats will think and think and yet will not accept As truth the denial Wilkins. His Day is done and november next will see his funeral. Then who will weep for Wilkins ? a a a what a millennium when Rev. Downs fills the chair in Congress formerly occupied by Beriah. The democracy Tuscarawas county will Cushion the chair for him with silk and trim it in Gold and dedicate it As sacred to the Republican party when that event takes place. Why bless you Over Here in Tuscarawas county Beriah Wilkin will run ahead his ticket by four five Hundred. The District will give him six thousand majority. Tuesday the 28th the Delegate to the democratic judicial convention held at Uhrichsville assembled at the opera House. The attendance was Good considering the Day for it had been raining for a Day two and continued All Day tuesday. Sex judge Patrick was called to preside at the meeting. E. P. Degreif was chosen Secretary ii. Ii. A Cfadden Steubenville assistant Secretary. There was but one candidate presented to the convention j. 11. S. Trainer Steubenville. There being two judges to elect in this District whose term commences in february and april 1887. A motion was made to nominate for the term office commencing april 3d, 1887, that being the expiration judge pearces term. Or. Trainer received the unanimous vote the convention As nominee for the latter term. A better Man could not have been selected his ability As a lawyer his Sterling qualities socially and As a citizen will win for him a Hearty support from both parties. Regulation mugwump View. Or. Blaines Campaign was based upon an error and for his own fortunes it has miscarried. He does not emerge a stronger candidate for �?T88. He has not gained either mugwumps prohibitionists who embrace the great body republicans who opposed him and has certainly not satisfied a a labor a that the depression industries and consequent loss employment with the Low wages which occurred under Republican administration will be necessarily remedied by Republican Success. No other Republican candidate has so numerous a following As . Blaine but it is Plain that doubt his availability in 1888 is rapidly spreading among republicans. It is claimed that the Standard Oil company now has an interest in the Cleveland Leader. We wonder if the Leader is going to Start a political refinery in Cleveland the Republican party is greatly in need something that kind since the crude productions Hon. John Mcbride and governor fora Keps Penitentiary Effort. Court commences october 5th. Judge Pearce will preside. Kissing practical and philosophical. A a fees a and a a a a sing a Little song to me a her Lover pleaded she. A a if i Grant a Boon like this for my fee i name a kiss a a a you shall have your modest fee sing and i will pay a said she a a and count this As Lucky Chance i will pay you in so this truly generous maid in Advance the Singer paid. Then he Sang and when he ended rare Good Luck his skill attended for a a you Sang so Well a said she a you have earned a double and she Laid another kiss those willing lips his. A a double value a whispered he a a in the last kiss Given me a a i am honest let me Render proper change in Legal and it took i thought it strange Twenty kisses to make change stray shots. Keep in Good humor. It is not the great calamities that emitter existence by any Means it is the Petty vexations the Small jealousies the Little disappointments the minor miseries that make the heart heavy and temper sour. Done to let them. Anger is a pure waste vitality it is always foolish and always disgraceful except in very rare cases when it is kindled by seeing wrong done to another and even that Noble rage Seldom mends the matter. Keep in Good humor. The company a Good Humoured Man is a perpetual feast he is Welcome everywhere. Eyes Glisten at his approach and difficulties vanish in his presence. Franklin a indomitable Good humor did As much for his country in the old Congress As Adams lire Jefferson a Wisdom. He clothed Wisdom with smiles and softened contentious minds into acquiescence. A Good conscience a sound stomach a clean skin Are the elements Good humor. Get them and keep them and he sure to keep in Good humor. The latest trick in Maine where a prohibitory Law is in a a Force a is to ship whisky in coffins in bulk the same being duly labelled with the name the a a this gives a new significance to the remark frequently used when a Man drinks that he is adding another Nail to his coffin. A most astonishing phenomenon the japanese earthquake was the splitting to lib Japan Dayan Mountain. In a Flash time it was split into seven parts. Where the Lone Mountain had stood loomed up seven peaks each some 7,000 feet High. A Young Man applying for a position As teacher in a Southern school was asked a where is Africa a the professor was surprised at the answer which was not altogether incorrect. A a Africa a said the Young Man a a is m said a teacher to one his girl pupils a if your father gave you a Basket contains 40 peaches to Divide Between yourself and your Little brother after you had taken your share what would be left a a a my Little try kissing your children when they do right sometimes instead punishing them when they do wrong and see How it will work. Rather let the punishment be the withholding Reward. Ocean Waves caused by earthquakes Are telegraphic. Those started in japanese Waters August 27, 1883, were registered by the tide gauges the California coast the same Day. Gen. Cook who is a philosopher As Well As a Soldier advances the proposition that a a Man is More less Savage according to the certainty with which his food May be the hat size . Gladstone is 7g John Bright 7j lord Selborne 71 the Prince Wales 7. The scotch head is larger that the English. Never fail to say kind and encouraging words to those whom you meet in distress. Your kindness May lift them out their despair. A Philadelphia Man has a nose so red that when he opens his eyes slowly in the morning lie imagines he sees the Sun rising. A a there comes the press gang a remarked the old gentleman As the regular suitors his four daughters ascended the Steps. It is the girl whose a is sound financially has lots Boodle who with a ribbon drags around the City a streets a tiny poodle. All the Cannon foundries Europe Are overrun with orders and working Day and night. A baby was seized As Security for rent in a Little Pennsylvania town the other Day. Although not much talked about the postage stamp is every boy a Tongue. Dressmakers Are responsible for a Good Deal the Bustle the world. The Best Way to preserve a foundation is to build upon it. Time holding fairs. Tuscarawas county fair at canal Dover october 5, 6, 7 and 8. Central Ohio fair at Newcomerstown october 5, 6, 7 and 8. Carroll county fair at Carrollton october 5, 6, 7 and 8. Coshocton county fair at Coshocton october 12, 13, 14 and 15.�?paragraph. Injured by a Ball fire. Wabash ind., sept. 24. A Ball fire passed through an open window the residence a. L. Roh Ock during a heavy Thunder storm yesterday and played around a Bronze Cornice in the parlor. Then it exploded with a deafening report filling the House with flame and smoke and throwing mrs. Ronhock to the floor unconscious her condition is very serious. Do not fail to go to the Dover fair Friday oct. 8th, to see the sweepstakes pacing and trotting races and the running race. The Best horses in the state will be there. The premises Are Large and a great Many horses will be entered in Innon n 1 Poao a big offer to subscribers. We will Send the times and the Amer ican Farmer both one year for $1.30, in Advance. Any subscriber who has not yet paid his subscription can now have credit for the times one year and the american Farmer one year from Date payment by paying $1.30 Cash but this offer must be accepted soon. We also extend this offer to our old subscribers upon their renewal for a second year and paying the above amount we will Send both the times and Farmer one year. At one clock last night a fire broke out in the upholstering department hard Knappenburge amp furniture factory completely destroying that building burning the Frame store the Corner one other building and damaging John Strickmaker residence. Loss upholstering building $2,500, with an insurance $500 building and $500 Stock. Strickmaker residence fully insured. Andrew Deis has nothing either his Frame buildings. A Iron Valley reporter extra. Wheeling West va., thursday sept. 9th, 1886, by the Rev. D. A. Cunningham . James Ward jr., and miss Lelia Elliott both new Philadelphia. Miss Elliott is the daughter our worthy Friend Jesse , . Editor tiie Ohio Democrat. She is an accomplished lady and has a Host friends who wish them a Happy journey through life. They will reside at the Mitchner residence West High Street. It a. Rev. A. Ii. Domer has been a jointed presiding elder the new Philadelphia District. The innumerable friends the reverend gentleman in this City will he pleased to learn his deserved pro Tion. The Telegram Speaks for the whole people in extending congratulations to . Domer and to the churches the District Over which he is to Young Stovin Telegram m. The times packs for Shanesville Ragersville and Stone Creek were badly scattered last week being broken open by rough handling the mail sacks and perhaps some did not get their paper. We found the Ragersville papers at Shanesville. Brother Scott s pack at Shanesville also received a shaking up. We will see that it does not occur again for we will take the pains to Cord the bundles As they Are Large. San Francisco reporters and detectives attended a materialization seance the other evening and one them grabbed the spirit ins sainted Mother and another turned a dark lantern her. She proved to be an interesting Young woman Clad in a neat silk gown covered with phosphorus. Now is a Chance for some Young lady. John Strickmaker photographer will give one dozen Cabinet pictures Worth $5 to the Best looking Young lady in Tuscarawas county who attends the Dover fair. It May prove a Fortune to you. _ lion. John a. Bingham was engaged in trying a Law suit in court at this place monday the Case Clark is. Mehollin civil action. Or. Bingham enters into a Case with All the vigor former Republican sept. 23. Or. Peter Eichel exhibited to us wednesday a Chicken Hawk that measured 4ft and 7 inches from the tip one Wing to the other when straightened out. Or. Fie help a son Reuben shot the Bird while out gunning. Crops have been excellent and our rolling Mill pipe works water works and machine shops Are in successful operation and the Outlook for a Good fall Trade among our merchants was never better. The pulpit at the m. F. Church last Sabbath was occupied by the new pastor Rev. W. J. Wilson who made a very favourable impression the Large audience both morning and evening. / the water works Are progressing rapidly. The Trench for the pipe water Street and part South Broadway is already dug and laying pipe will follow soon. If you want a Good Job printing done Call at the times office. Our Type Are new and the office is Well equipped for doing first class work and our prices Are reasonable. Mentor the Home the lamented Garfield has just voted to close the saloons under the Dow Law. The vote stood against the saloons 53 for them 46. _ the fast Liverpool councilmen voted the prohibitory ordinance septem Lier 14th. The ordinance failed and fast Liverpool Salon lists Are Happy. The rolling Mill is now turning out an average fifteen tons per Day finished Sheet Iron. We Hope this will continue right along All Winter. The motion for a new trial in the anarchists Case will be argued in a few Days. All the suspected anarchists Are under constant police surveillance. See the advertisement i. P. Mcgregor new Cumberland 4th Page lie offers some extra bargains in goods. The special delivery letters containing an extra ten cent stamp will go into operation at our Post office oct. 1. Farmers report that the weather the past ten Days has been excellent for wheat giving it a Fine Start. It Cost the firemen $30 to get their Hook and ladder Wagon Home from the Cincinnati tournament. Oliver Scott the express Man is the grower the prize pumpkin. Just ask him and see. While Lew Wallick and Ralph Brown were wrestling at school Friday the for personal notes. Miss Kate Patrick returned Home last week. Charlie Warren. Harris has returned from miss Verna Lowmiller has returned from Scio. John l. Kennedy is in the West looking after land interest. Or. W. W. Stoutt the chronicle was in town saturday. Or. Jasper Mitchell canal Dover was in town monday. Miss Maggie Kenney East Liverpool is visiting miss Cora Schweitzer. Or. R. S. Shields attorney general the state was in town Friday. Or. S. Glatfelter is confined to his room by a serious attack rheumatism. Or. W. Mathews new York is visiting his brother c. Ii. Mathews this place. Leavitt Custer son . J. Custer Westerville o., is visiting relatives in this City. Miss Nellie Rineheart and miss Flora a Williams spent last Friday at port Washington. Miss Ida crites is spending a few Days with her sister mrs. Wood Mclean Ray Street. _ . And mrs. Chetek Franklin spent a few Days with the family Henry Custer last week. Rev. W. Of. Hunter formerly pastor the presbyterian Church has been visiting friends in town. Rev. John Williams will move with his family to fast Liverpool where he will preach the coming year. Or. F. Rosemond who has been his farm in Ashtabula county the past summer is Home a Short visit. Mrs. Peter Dick and daughter Callie left this morning for Albany n. Y., to visit a sister she had not seen for 35 years. Or. Charles f. Anderson Ottawa Canada is visiting his Cousin j. I. Elliott North Broadway. Miss Minnie Johnson daughter Isaac Johnson has gone to Louisville ky., where she will spend the Winter. Mrs. Anna Winspear West High Street who has been spending several months in Maryland returned Home last week. _ Rev. Domer the new presiding elder the m. F. Church will remove Here and occupy the residence Rev. mrs. Frank Bishop Rosemond Illinois who has been visiting friends in new Philadelphia for the past month returned Home monday. Hon. Ii. Ii. Porter port Washington was in town monday this week Legal business and gave the times office a Friendly Call. Or. De. Campbell Gnadenhutten . Nathan Stine and lady and his daughter mrs. Charles Williams this place Pic Nice at Zoar thursday last. Levi Crooks took a run up to Massillon saturday and returned monday bringing with him his daughter mrs. Work and her baby for a Short visit. Rev. Cutler and wife Buffalo x. Y., were the guests Charles fungal a few Days ago. They had been in attendance at the funeral grand Mother Sanfert near port Washington. Harry Stewart one new Philadelphia a most prominent sons spent sunday with his numerous friends in this place. Harry is a rising Telegraph St now located at Bruce it it. On tuesday miss Kate Patrick left for Evanstown ills., where she will teach in the department elocution the Northwestern University at that place. Mrs. R. W. Mccullough Dennison and mrs. Selina Ruby Jones and Little son Ilo Lton Kansas Are visiting at the residence h. K. Mitchell this City. _ . Ail mrs. William Dise and their daughter Alberta Mansfield Ohio who have been visiting friends and relatives in new Philadelphia and canal Dover for the past two weeks returned Home monday. Messes. Will Kuhns and John Wells and mrs. Mary Reynolds Canton spent sunday in this City. Or. Wells and mrs. Reynolds attended a delightful musical at the Home miss Kate Patrick saturday evening just think the attractions at the Dover fair for next week. Ii. Herzig Baker canal Dover offers a $15 baby cab to the Best looking baby not Over a year old. I wonder who the judges will be. If the mothers were to be the judges each babe would be entitled to the prize. General Mcrea and four other officials the pan handle Road took a run Down the Branch a tour inspection Friday. While waiting Here they came Down As far As the Public Square and expressed themselves As being highly pleased with the appearance our Beautiful town. Or. And mrs. Jacob Heinz and their son Robert Wellsville miss Lizzie Heinz Canton . And mrs. Mathew Dittmar and master Theodore Dittmar miss Emma Dittmar and . And mrs. Fred Helwig Zanesville Ohio were in attendance at the wedding . Julius and last thursday and remained a few Days in this City with the Happy couple. A great War impending. All the news from abroad indicate the near approach the greatest International conflict Ever known to history. The burning Eastern question is about to he re opened and Russia will again Endeavor to drive the turkish Sublime Porte out Europe and capture constantinople. This War if it commences will probably involve every Continental Power. So far As can be foreseen russians Only ally will be France while Germany austra and England will be United to beat Hack russians Advance constantinople. England will have her hands full in guarding the frontiers Hin Doostan from the Southern March the muscovite soldiers. The conflict in Central Asia will open by the seige j Herat by Russia. For countless Ages that fortress has been the objective Point All the military Powers which aimed at invading what Are now the British fast indies. It has been looked upon As the open door to the Peninsula the key the military situation in Southern Asia. Should it fall it will be ominous to the British Power in Asia. Russia has one advantage Over great Britain in dealing with alien races. It is Able to assimilate with and absorb a conquered people. For nearly a thousand years the russian has been steadily pressing southward and As one race after another was subdued they have been incorporated into and made a part the russian people. Tins is As True the recent conquests in Central and Southern Asia As it was when the tartars and cossacks around the Caspian sea submitted to the authority the Czar. England a policy has been different it has conquered Many nations in different parts the Earth but has never intermarried with treated As equal any save those its own a areas Sian race hence the englishmen in India is isolated and the Hindoos look upon him As an intruder and a usurper. Tim is what will give Russia the advantage when the Light takes place for the Possession rest s monthly. Resolutions respect. There is such a variety Premium offered at the canal Dover fair to be held next week that you would he surprised How Many premiums you can win. Besides there Are so Many Nice prizes offered by the business men and others to the ladies who will compete for a Premium. Harris Brothers jewellers new Philadelphia will give to the lady who takes first Premium Coconut cake her Choice either a Silver cake Basket Silver Caster valued at $8 the cake to be delivered to the firm. Death claims another leading citizens. Our i u. J. Grimes died at the family residence fast a Amie wednesday night last week paralysis that dreaded and sure disease. His sufferings for nearly two years past was great and in such cases death seems almost a Welcome visitor. The bereavement Falls heavily his Loving wife and five children who survive him. Or. Grimes was about 70 years age and enjoyed the fruits a Large and successful practice for Many years at this place and Tippecanoe. Lie was a worthy citizen a kind husband and father. We Hope that the grief stricken family will gather some Consolation from the fact though severed from their bosom he has gone to reap the Reward the faithful the treasure the Christian. Send for a Premium list the 36th annual fair the Tuscarawas county agricultural society to be held at canal Dover tuesday wednesday thursday and Friday oct. 5, 6, 7 and 8th, 1886. It is absolutely the Best list premiums that has been offered for Many years. There is also a handsome list premiums offered by the business men and others canal Dover new Philadelphia and Vicinity. Examine the list and see what you can compete for. Death Jonathan Ridgeway. The death Jonathan Ridgeway West High Street occurred saturday last. Or. Ridgeway was an industrious and upright citizen. To belonged to the Blakes Mills fire department and was always ready for duty. He will be missed by his Many friends and fellow firemen. He leaves behind Many sorrow stricken relations who have the sympathy our citizens in this their hour trial. He was buried monday attended by a goodly number the new Philadelphia firemen. Some extra inducements by enterprising citizens Dover and new Philadelphia Are offered to competitors As special premiums at the Dover fair. Baker sons amp co. Bankers offer $3.00 for the Best coach team considering action and style. F. Kreiter offers $3.00 for the Best 5 lbs butter. Bracks it Moore offer a Copper Kettle Worth $4.00 for the Best iced cake. J. Rick seeker offers a Beautiful Silver cake Basket valued at $5.00 for the Best fruit cake baked by a Siiss not Over 18 years age an important Legal decision. Tiie company responsible for the losses. Taunton mass sept. 22. A Case involving the important question the liability sleeping ear companies for losses sustained by their patrons while in transit was tried in the Superior court Here yesterday. In october 18s4, William Lewis and William r. Wing prominent business men new Bedford were robbed the one $200 and the other $150, while in route from Boston to san Francisco in a sleeping car. The Money was taken from under their pillows. The counsel for the company claimed that the com Pany was not liable As it had exercised the usual caution by providing a lighted car and a Porter to watch the inmates. The court held that the company let Ore the same relations to the Public As carriers and in keepers that is should be responsible for any and All losses sustained by passengers while in its cars and the jury returned a verdict for the amount lost with interest in each Case. Exceptions were taken and the cases will now probably go up to the full Bench. _ the Faff the great event the season. At a special meeting hero Hook and ladder company Blakes Mills held in their rooms this evening the 26th Day september 1886, the following preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted whereas it has seemed Good to the almighty disposer events to remove from our midst our late worthy and esteemed fellow member Jonathan Ridgeway and ii Ere As the intimate relations Long held by the deceased with the member ship this company renders it proper that we should place upon record our appreciation his services As a fireman and his merits As a therefore resolved that we deplore the loss brother Jonathan Ridgeway with feelings regret softened Only by the confident Hope that his spirit is with those who having fought a Good fight Here Are enjoying i it effect happiness in a letter world. Resolved that we tender to his afflicted relatives our sincere condolence and Earnest sympathy in their affliction at the loss one who was a Good citizen a devoted fireman and an upright Man resolved that the membership this company will attend our deceased Mem her to the grave in a body that the Hook and ladder truck be draped with emblems mourning until after the funeral ceremony shall have been performed and that our Hall he draped in mourning for thirty Days. Resolved that a copy the foregoing resolutions signed by the committee drafting the same and certified by the Secretary be transmitted to the relatives the deceased and that a copy said resolutions be published in the new Philadelphia times. A. F. Beck .1. Ii. Cramer a. F. Rhi Deshach com Mittee. 1t. D \ St Secretary. Transfers real estate. John a. Wardell to David Stonebrook 1 6-10 acres Goshen township $400. John a. Wardell to David Stonebrook 8 47-100 acres Goshen township $1,600. We. S. Yoder to Jonathan Norris 79-100 acres Oxford township $325. Jacob Weller to John f. Ladrach 93 acres York township $5,000. Sheriff Bowers to Jos c. Varner it Al 124 acres Rush township $5,275. Maurice Moody to Mary m. Long lots 1 and 2, Dennison $325. We. F. Robison to f. 11. Loller lot 22 Dennison $650. Charles Scott to Samuel Kerr 16 27-100 acres Warren township $200. David Murphy to Margaret Benson lot 8, Dennison $175. Thomas Mozena to Margaret Benson lot 7, Dennison $600. Sheriff Bovers to John m. Custer 6 5-100 acres Goshen township $151. Leonard Klingle to Elizabeth Browne 1 acre Fairfield township $425. Lewis Fessenden to j ii Porcher lot 33, port Washington $40. Isaac Shaw to George a Mathias 40 acres Rush township $950. David Gram to Daniel Kinsey 73 acres Clay township $2,000. G t Fleming to Levi m Browne strip land Dennison $375. Maurice Moody to George t Fleming strip land Dennison $100. Sheriff Bowers to Nancy e White lots 12 and 13, Mill township $1,000. Charles f Herbold to Charles g Ilar Ger strip land Dover $2,000. Lbert Zimmerman it Al to Jacob i Echt 17 76-100 acres Franklin township $2,220. A gorgeous scheme. Or. Monk a Canadian has organized a company with a capital $10,000,000 to Purchase Palestine and found there the Capitol the Earth. This country . Monk claims is the geographical Center the Earth and also the Center its population and this is the time he says that Isaiah prophesied that All nations should cease their warfare and rebuild Jerusalem . Monk says meanwhile until other nations Are prepared to join us Palestine would he the most convenient Central position for the capital the proposed confederation the British Empire for the English speaking communities everywhere for the United states would doubtless immediately join us in such a confederation for the Sike insuring the general peace the world at the earliest possible Day. This scheme is simply immense and surpasses any utopian idea this sort which the mind reason Ever dreamed. Or. Monk and his confreres will have As wide a Field Lor experience As the crusaders who in their vein attempts to take the sacred City left their Lames to bleach under the Oriental Sun. These crusaders May get away with their Bones but somebody else will get away with their Money. Card thanks. 1 he Blakes Mills fire department return thanks to the individual members the new Philadelphia lire department for their attendance and participation in the funeral ceremonies our dear brother Jonathan Ridgeway. 5n. F. Beck Foreman. Bring your Best Stock to the Dover fair next week for the list premiums is the Best offered for Many years. The prospects Aro that this will he the Best fair Ever held in canal Dover. Come and see and advertise your Stock machinery Grain fruit and your manufactured articles every kind. Remember at the fair is where people seek to find the Best place to buy what they want. The c. L. A w. R. R. Will run an excursion to the Industrial exposition at Cincinnati monday october 4th, 1886, and arrive at now Philadelphia 11 05 a. M., wednesday the 6th. No other excursion this season. Fare for round trip $2.50. Tickets Sale at new Philadelphia office. Market reports. Times office september 30,1886. Flour Patent bbl. $ 5 10 sack. L 25 Best family bbl $ 4 45 a a Amber sack. L 20 a a a a new Proe. 1 50 wheat Bushel. 75 corny new Bushel. 40 Oats new the Bushel. 27 Rye to Bushel. 06 butter in Pound. 6�14 fogs to dozen. 14 buckwheat flour to Pound. 03 Iiams to Pound. 10 shoulders Pound. 06 sides to Pound. 07 lard Pound. 06 tallow Pound. 04 beef to Pound. 07�15 Salt Goshen to barrel. L 15 White Lime to barrel. L 00 Akron cements to barrel .135 calcined plaster to barrel. 2 25 land plaster to ton. 9 00 a a a a a to barrel l 50 potatoes to Bushel new .30 dried peaches to Bushel .1 00 dried apples to Bushel .62 a a a a a to Pound .24 rags to Pound. Of onions to Bushel. 40 Hay to ton new,.5@0 00 Clover seed p Bushel .4 35 Timothy seed to Bushel .2 50 Wool. 30 i fertilizer so to ton. 35 00 the democratic executive committee Tuscarawas county will meet at Uhrichsville 011 tuesday october 5th, 1886. A full attendance the committee is requested As business importance will be transacted. P. J. Evans chairman. W. 11. Watson Secretary. F. Or Sale.�?300 acres first class Plain and River Bottom land and Al out 70 an is Hill land being what remains unsold the Janies Waddington farm situated the new Philadelphia and Uhrichsville Road near the town Pike run. The buildings Are Good. This land will he sold As a whole divided to suit purchasers. The River Bottom land would be sold in Small tracts. F. S. Rom 10. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. 35tf for Sale. V Small farm 68 acres known As the Peter older tract 011 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 Good fences. All in grass. Terms reasonable. Possession can he Given at any time. For particulars Call Frank Romig at times office William Oliver Pike run. 39tf do not forget the Tuscarawas county fair at canal Dover october 5th, 6th, Ali and 8th. I he entry books Are now ready and those desiring to make entries will find me at the drug store Hon. Georgo w. Crites where i will to get pleased to wait you and thus avoid the Rush second Day the fair. S. Mclean Secretary. Any one desiring to sell Exchange 01 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 w anted. I rom 30 to 50 Coal miners it Eagle Hill mines near Zoar station Tuscarawas county. Steady work at Good wages and prompt pay. Mine dry and boarding the ground at reasonable rates. No trouble strikes it these mines. Apply 011 premises to w. R. Jones. 40w2. A four horse fungi new fun for Sale Price $270 Power upright portable reka. Manufactured by Payne a 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. -7 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. Lor further particulars inquire at the times office. 4otf buy your fruit Trees shrubbery Green House plants Powers etc., your Home nurseryman Daniel wins new Philadelphia He Sells cheap and guarantees satisfaction. 33t6eow Fob very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per cent interest 011 investment. Also other desirable lots and properties. John a. Himes new Philadelphia I8tf persons desiring to loan Money can have the same placed at 8 per cent., secured by mortgage 011 first class real estate by John a. Himes new Philadelphia For Good second hand Phaeton nearly As Good As new and Well painted and was made by first class workmen. Call at the times office. Do not forget to examine into our offers in real estate. See our list 011 4th Page. E Are offering some extra bargains now town property. Wanted to borrow�?$500.00 ,-000 for one two years. Good Security Given. Address Box 87, new Philadelphia Ohio. Drop into the 5 and 10 cent store next door to Miller a songs when you want to Purchase goods and secure big Hevr gains. 30 Jacob Gepfert Strasburg is siding Tine top buggies Worth $75 for $55, 011 60 Days time $55 for Cash. 31 go to the Dover fair 011 wednesday oct. 6th the grand Parade All Stock at 12 clock ni., will pay anyone to see

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