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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 26, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume i. New Philadelphia o., thursday August 26, 1886. Number 35 new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore proprietor. W. H. Watson editor. Thursday August 26, 1886. Oil ice in citizens National Bank mock second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. Wirthe new times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following Kates one year Cash in advance00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. Sir address All matter intended for publication to the editor. Laws of newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice o the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use of it whether he has ordered it or 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 of removal. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take papers from the office or place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to discontinue. Official directory. Democratic ticket District. Congress. Stale senator. Common pleas go Clearee Beriah Wilkins Geo. W. Crites county. Tto present Active. Probate judge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley a. F. Wilkins a. Figert a. W. Bowers John Kinsey j. L. Kennedy j. I. Neumann s. Rufer a in. E. Lash it. Benner of. Ii. Hoover j. Wherley it Rogers l. City. Daniel James h. Elijah shul marshal Philip Getzman Street commissioner John s. Graham. Jacob Millera Fletcher a we. Campbell. Andrew Erwin. Justices. Names. Townships. Post office. Daniel Krebs. James w Stoutt George Bear. Isaac couts. Lenry Deible. Clay. Wayne. Perry. Washington Bucks. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Cadwallader. Paoli. Baltic. T Richardson. R u Galbraith. T k Robinson. Philip a Garver John Smith. Jas Galbraeth. John Milone. Sugar Creek. Warwick. Warren. Franklin. Goshen. Rush. Mill. Shanesville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. Samuel Moore. T b Rankin. L s Winsch. Goshen. Rush. Clay. New Pillad a. Gnadenhutten. Gulden Hiitter. And Timmerman. S y Renneker. L s Mckinney. We e Beck. Perry. Fairfield. Sandy. Goshen. Cadwallader. New Phi lad a. Mineral City. New Philada a. Samuel c Kline. J 11 Gardner. Robot Coruthers John Wetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. T h Mozena. Lawrence. Warren. Washington Wayne. York. Bucks. Salem. Bolivar. New Cumberland Albany. Dundee. New philae a. Baltic. La Ort Washington Mill. Uhrichsville. Joseph Lealen Chas f Davis. C c Fernsel. Levi Travis. J w Newbury. Jos 11 Hostetler Mill. Dennison. Oxford a. Franklin. Auburn. Dover. Dover. Newcomerstown Strasburg. Ragersville. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Nich Montag. Dover. Canal Dover. Wesley m Tracy John b Jones. Hiram Echman. David Breymeir Lewis 0 Zollars. L a Cornett. John s Spring. Charles ii Ellers John w Pilolli. Lundy. Auburn. Warwick. Lawrence. Sugar Creek. Salem. Jefferson. Fairfield. Jefferson. Mineral City. Rogersville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Shanesville. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. Hugh t Minnis. C w Kinsley. 1�?T ii Kuhn m s Wagner. J l Baldwin. Goshen. Oxford. York. Union. Union. New philae a. Newcomerstown Black band. Uhrichsville. Leesville. Church directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. And t of clock p. In. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. lords Day morning at 10 30 a. Preaching morning and eve fling every third lords Day of each month. Sunday school at 9 of clock a. Methodist episcopal preaching every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 of clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 of clock. German every sunday at 1030a. And 2 15 p. M., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday of morning service of each month concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at,7 of clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 of clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. Lodge directory. chapter no. 38, r. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniel. Getzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. A a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mcllvain G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights of Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Lylall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. W. Duncan k. Of r. And s. I. . Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. F. Kislig n. G. I. A. Correll rec. Sec a. I. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stempi Fly n. G. P. Sehl rec. Sec a. I. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday of each Mouth at Odd Fellows Hall 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 Hall City Block. R. J. W. Dodd Contd a. S. Hirst Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. 6, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. W. Bowers commander. Royal Council meets every i St and third Friday of each month in knights of pythias Hall. W h. Miller Regent. J. S. Bigler Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday of each month at g. R. Lylall. E. Kaserman pres. We. Bowers Cor. Sec a. Rancis it orig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office or citizens National Bank new Philadel Tia Amuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. 1 i Ess ional business entrusted to his care Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining count-5, will receive prompt and careful attention fice Over citizens National Bank member of Congress Beriah Wilkins of Tuscarawas county. Democratic state ticket. Secretary of state John Mcbride of Stark. J Edge of the supreme court m. D. Follett of Washington. Clerk of the supreme court j. W. Cruikshank of Miami. School commissioner Leroy d. Brown of Butler. Board of Public works l. W. Ludwig of Cuya hoga. County ticket. For commissioner E. Lash Lawrence township. For infirmary director Delong. Salem township. For Coroner E. Beck Goshen township. Sam Jones the Georgia evangelist who is engaged in saying impudent things about religion at revivals at a Good salary was disgusted on arriving at Carthage at not being met at the depot by a committee and a band and he made some remarks Al it out the neglect. The Sarcoxie vindicator after publishing the remarks of the revivalist at being compelled to ride in a Buss to a hotel adds a a Why should Sam kick ? How would Christ his master have been received had he Rode into Jerusalem in a Palace car and have been met by a brass band and a committee on reception. No no Sammy you should have walked in and then foot sore with the dust of humiliation upon you tramped to the foot of it. Olivet and knocked at the Humble door of some Mary and Martha. Take your own Medicine Sammy for once who Ever heard of Christ holding a Camp meeting on the shores of Galilee with a wire Fence around and a two bit admission fee with a lemonade stand attachment for Revenue Only. The Man who signs a Saloon petition is eleven tenths dog without hair or Tail and the Man who follows Christ in a Sleeper at the rate of one Hundred dollars per Day had better a otitis St. Peter when he is coming so that he can put a watch Over the Pearly Gates and other valuables and be ready to entertain him in keeping with his importance when he arrives at the grand Union depot in new Jerusalem. A word to the sex soldiers of Licking county think Over the years that have elapsed since the War closed and see if you can bring to mind How Many of our worthy boys in Blue have been called to fill positions of Trust with a salary attached in this county during that time. This is worthy of your Granville Licking county times rep. The republicans of Tuscarawas county held their convention in this City saturday last. Capt. Parrish an old Republican Soldier asked for the endorsement of that convention As a candidate for member of Board of Public works before the state convention. The Captain Gray liaised with service to his party was Defeated. A a this is worthy of your attention a or. Downs. The Republican ticket nominated for Tuscarawas county in new Philadelphia last saturday is As follows commissioner Josiah warded Warwick township. Infirmary directory Philip Getzman Goshen township. Coroner a John a. Rice Jefferson township. Samuel Fertig Dover township was endorsed As a candidate for member of Board of Public works. Victorians dislike for Gladstone is said by the St. Stephen s Gazette to Date Back to the passage of the Irish Church disestablishment Bill in 1868. The Queen expressed to Gladstone her aversion to the essential principles of the Bill and he replied a a but Madam you must the Queen flushed and returned with indignation a a sir do you know who i am a a a yes Madam the Queen of England. But does your majesty know who i am ? 1 am the people of Hon. Beriah Wilkins was in the City on Friday last. The gentleman is still Strong As Ever with his constituents and will Lead the democratic ticket in Tuscarawas county. His Effort for the restoration of Tariff on Wool has been recognized by the Farmers and they will go to the polls and cast their ballots for Hon. Beriah Wilkins who championed their cause in the National House of representatives. If judge Trainer of Steubenville should consent to a nomination in this judicial District Tuscarawas county will see to it that the gentleman receives a very handsome majority. Four years ago with Little Effort or. Trainer led the ticket with Over 1,300 majority giving judge Pearce the nomination in the District by Only about 157 majority. If the friends of or. Forbes dc3ire further information regarding the distribution of a Boodle a we be got a few facts to give pm but or. Forbes will have to adjust both boots As the times is fortified with certain information not calculated As a Panacea for the Peculiar disease with which that gentlemen and his friends Are afflicted. Grand master Workman t. Y. Pow Derly strongly denounces the rioting violence carried on in the name of the knights of labor and says the anarchists will never obtain a foothold in that organization. Concerning the shooting of Charles Herlling which occurred at Uhrichsville a few weeks ago the chronicle of last week has this to say the peculiarity of the shooting Case in which Charles Heffling was wounded was that although the room was full of people nobody could be found who would testify to having seen the shooting. Had not Casteel admitted having had a revolver that Day and told such a fishy Story about it the Case against him would have been slight indeed. But now word comes that a Young Man named Devault a resident of Guernsey county saw the shooting. He told a lady near Gilmore that he saw Castell shoot and that lie got away As quickly As he could As he did not want to be a witness in the Case. Or. Devault should be put under Bonds for his appearance. As he is so backward about the matter he might conclude to leave before the trial comes off. In saying this we do not mean to intimate that Devault is Likely guilty of any partic Pancy in the crime. If he will swear that Casteel did the shooting another interesting question May be decided and that is what became of the revolver after the shooting took place. It is possible that somebody beside Casteel May find himself in a tight place when the mystery is All cleared up. It does not seem probable that Heffling was the Man intended to be hit. If the shot was meant for any particular person some think Johnson was the Man whom the shooter wished to injure. Or it May have Iteen fired at the crowd in front indiscriminately. Heffling is getting along Well and May make a Good recovery though the sight of one Eye is said to be gone. Heffling is aide to be about and was in new Philadelphia on wednesday. A Case was on trial last week in jus Tice Cassingham a court that attracted considerable attention. Or. Ernest Eckert the livery Man caused the arrest of a Young Man by the name of Gossage charging him with cruelty to a Span of horses in Over driving the same. The trial lasted three Days and resulted in the conviction of Gossage. The court fined him $5 and costs making in All about $130. The defendant failed to pay and was sent to jail. He has since been liberated. Capt. James was the attorney for Eckert and he is to be congratulated in his Able prosecution of the Case. In the opinion of those who wore present at the trial if he had had an adversary of equal mental qualifications and Legal attainments the result of the trial might have been different. A Coshocton Standard. Ernest Eckert formerly kept livery stable in new Philadelphia. Several months ago after Rev. Deal had left this City for his Western Home in Dakota the u. B. Congregation of which that gentleman had been pastor for a length of time was taken charge of by a Rev. G. W. Burdick a Man of rather repossessing appearance. He tarried for a while but suddenly left for parts unknown accompanied by a Young lady of the congregation whom it was claimed he had wedded and gone off with on the usual honeymoon tour. Last tuesday however postmaster Fribley of new Philadelphia received a letter from mrs. E. A. Burdick of Cleveland asking the whereabouts of her husband believing until within a few weeks ago that he had been faithfully Labouring in the lords Vineyard Here with the u. B. Congregation. Burdick is evidently a Slick article and has no doubt left a wife whom he has deeply wronged. Further developments will probably soon follow. Reuben dry who shot and killed Debby Springer in new Philadelphia some two years ago and was acquired on the plea of self defense came Down front Canton on thursday evening to attend the firemen a tournament. After shooting Springer dry served a term in the Penitentiary for some crime committed near Canton and was warned by friends to stay away from new Philadelphia. But Reuben came Down and met with a warm reception at the c. L. Amp Depot. Lie was knocked senseless by some one and terribly beaten about the head. Lie was Blind and almost unconscious when taken to the office of or. Maugham an where his wounds were dressed. He was afterwards placed in the lock up for Safe keeping and conveyed to his Home next Day by friends. One of the Uhrichsville Bankers had a customer the other Day who is the most cautious Man on record and who will probably never be swindled by the sign your name to a paper Racket by which so Many lose their Money. This Man brought a Check to the Bank to have it cashed and in accordance to the usual Rule the cashier directed him to endorse the Check by writing his name on its Back. But he do anything of the kind. He had heard of people being swindled by writing their name for strangers and he did no to propose to be caught in that Way. The Bank pay the Check unless it was endorsed and the Man went away without his Money. So says the Cleveland Plain dealer. The Only Opportunity you will have of hearing and witnessing the famous Kossuth hungarian Gypsy students and wonderful Reik family will be on the evening of August 31st, at music Hall. They give the finest musical entertainment of any combination in America. Secure your seats at Harris Bros. Jewelry store. Admission 35 and 50 cents. No extra charge for reserved seats. A a i understand Dat you Haf failed up in pee Ness or. a a yes i Vas univ ordinate in private speculation. Dat Vas not de Vorst i was a a Vas a a a in my Assignee. He Vas a scoundrel. He Vorn Ted his Vay into my Confidence und made me Bay 96 cents on de Dollar. Did you Effer hear of such an outrage a a new York Mercury. Do not fail to attend the Gypsy students and wonderful Reik family entertainment at music Hall August 31st. A guaranteed entertainment of Superior excellence. The scientific american says that if a bottle of pennyroyal be left uncorked in a room All night not a Mosquito or any bloodsucker will be found there in the morning. Short stops. A double decked pavement has been planted in front of the City buildings. City lock up clean and cleared. Teachers Institute convened in new Philadelphia on monday. Firemen a tournament was a Success. Sex sheriff Goudy has purchased the livery stable of the Mckee Bros. Pavement in front of f. Miller amp songs drug store needs the Camel Back taken out. City May have to pay damages some Day. A great Many new philadelphian go to Church but a larger number stay away. Just now we Are cutting off coupons but would like to have a Little help from some other Quarter. The Handicap race was All that the name implies. The minstrel Troup at music Hall last thursday night knocked the a a oldest inhabitants wild. City Block needs painting. Burry amp son have embellished their business room with several Gold Gilt signs. The old opera House signs look worse than a a wines lager Beer and liquors for Jim of Donnell As a stump platform or any other kind of Impromptu orator takes the cake Cranberry tart and whole bakery. A Washingtonville Columbiana county salvation St has gone crazy. County treasurer elect or. John Myers will assume the duties of his office september 6th. Squire Zollar chief of the Shanes Ville fire department and Ben Hartman of the same organization who sounds the Gong attended the firemen a tournament in this City last week. Frank Mauk plucked three tomatoes from one Stem in his Garden this week that weighed 6 pounds. The Watermelon and average boy Art just now having a Monkey and Parrot time. The John p. Kuhn Normal school this City is in full blast with a Good quota of pupils. Next term of common pleas court convenes october 5th. In answer to a correspondent Cleveland a majority on popular vote Over Blaine was 23,005. Tilden a majority Over All was 145,711. Water works company now employ 62 men and a Large number of teams. In about two weeks will commence ditching and employ from 250 to 300 men. Harvey Barnhill the very efficient Deputy m the probate office is enjoying a two weeks vacation. Our genial Friend Michael Schott of Shanesville was at the a a Hub on tuesday. Wheat Oats Corn potatoes apples peaches and crops in general Are excellent in this Section and the Farmer is correspondingly Happy. Solomon Stucker presided Over the funeral ceremonies of the Republican convention in this place last saturday. One Hundred and Twenty firemen attended the funeral of John Sluthour Sabbath last in this City. Little Frank Gentsch is still confined to his bed from wounds received by an explosion of powder and a toy Cannon on the fourth of july. Or. Richard Reilley entertains boarders at the Sherman House in first class style. The new Philadelphia paper Mill will Start next week. Jno. 11. Benfer sex county commissioner gave the times office a Friendly Call on wednesday. This season has been a remarkable one for big tomatoes. Mrs. Frank Mauk canned five quarts from eight and saved the seed from one that weighed 31 pounds. There Are but there prisoners in the county jail. Sheriff Bowers has a bad Case of Hay fever. Probate judge Yeagley and a a Uncle Jesse Elliott of the Ohio Democrat did no to enter for the fat Many a race. Took an overdose of anti fat and were ruled out. New Philadelphia has 28 lawyers 9 physicians 4 dentists 6 clergymen and 1,000 sinners not including the newspaper fiends. Over one Hundred and fifty teachers Are in attendance at the Institute now in session at new Philadelphia. Full particulars on the fourth Page of this weeks times. The butt end of a circus Wasp Lias been a Little livelier during the past few weeks than the general run of business. Our merchants however Are after the Wasp. _ court proceedings. Synopsis of May term 1886. Concerning the Rev. Burdick a strange escapade in new Philadelphia a correspondent writes to the Cleavland Plain dealer As follows under Date of August 24th. Mrs. Elisabeth a. Burdick of Cleveland Ohio has written Here for information regarding Rev. G. W. Burdick who she claims is her husband and who she has not seen for several months. Rev. G. W. Burdick was pastor for the United Brethren Church at this place last Winter and your correspondent is informed by members of the congregation that a Short time ago he very suddenly disappeared. The reason for assenting himself so mysteriously is unexplained. During the latter part of his stay Here the reverend became enamoured with a member of Bis flock named miss Devault who disappeared about the same time that Burdick was missing. It is alleged and Rumor says they went away together and were married. This would not seem so strange had not mrs. G. W. Burdick who claims to be wife no. 1, turned up at Cleveland. In her letter Here she claims that Burdick has no divorce from her and that she has been his lawful wife for eighteen years that they lived at Cleveland eight consecutive years before 1882 when they moved to Rootstown then to Ravena where herself and daughter lived in 1884 and 1885, while her husband preached in Alliance. Mrs. Burdick concludes her letter by saying she is mrs. Elisabeth Ann Burdick wife of Rev. George Burdick and As such is entitled to All the information possible regarding him. At the u. B. Quarterly conference held at Beaver dam near Here on sat Uay the conduct of Rev. Burdick was strongly condemned by resolutions passed and his pulpit at this place declared vacant. There Are various ugly rumours afloat concerning the conduct of Burdick and it is now in order for him to come Forward and make an explanation concerning the affair. Civil cases on docket. 326 criminal cases on docket 38 364 civil cases dismissed. 14 civil cases settled. 27 civil cases tried to court 68 civil cases tried to jury. 7 total. 116 number remaining. 210 criminal cases to jury. 1 criminal cases to court. 14 criminal cases no. Bills found by grand jury. 2 total. 17 criminal cases remaining on docket 21 carried to october Calendar 231 leaves granted by court Oil preliminary pleadings. 95 motions ruled on by court exclusive of judgments. 23 demurrer ruled on by court exclusive of judgments 10 personal notes. Mrs. Emma Foutz of it. Union visited at the residence of s. Moore on tuesday of last week. Miss Minnie Knauss of canal Dover was the guest of mrs. Charles e. Axx the latter part of last week. Or. Frank soil part and wife of Canton Are visiting his sister mrs. Simon Gilgen on East Ray Street. Or. E. Alexander clothing merchant this City has gone to Detroit Michigan on business and to visit relatives. James g. And Cheever Clark of Harrison co. Were the guests of s. Moore during the firemen a tournament last week. Total preliminary matters. 128 whole number supervised by court 261 transfers of Keal estate. We w Porter to Joseph Friedrich strip of land Uhrichsville $450. Seth w Dorsey to we r Jenkins lots 12, 18 and half of 13, Mooreville $560. John c Joss to Seth w Dorsey lot 18, Mooreville $50. Henry s King to r s Warner 8 64-100 acres Salem township $250. Lenry s King to m Gilbert 8 64-100 acres Salem township $250. The Rock Iron company to George Graef jr., 14j acres Dover $1,425. John a Hostetler to c Frederick Lind lots 21, Dover $745. Jacob Rearick to George w Stoutt lot 36, Strasburg $1,200. Nathaniel Harding to prudence Harding strip of land Newton $200. Samuel p Webb to Charlotte Lorenz 7-10 acres Jefferson township $1,000. Henry j Miller to Amos Gerber part of lots 68 and 69, Shanesville $2,666. Robert Thomas to t ii Loller lot 4, Dennison $109. The Dover Democrat says a sensational Story for Dover consumption especially has been published in which a Pinkerton detective and a Young married Man belonging to the Best families of Dover is mixed charged with speculations from his employer to an unknown amount but a sensational sum is hinted at with All the embellishments of the dime novel style. The facts of the Case May not be so funny As the Young Man charges that the so called detective was a High flyer and says he can prove a a the Boot was on the other leg a or that the detective was not in condition to know what he asserts he discovered. The Young Man has not left town and at the instance of influential friends will sift the matter to the Bottom but whether he can compete wit i the detective combination and secure Justice remains to be seen. There was a Republican pow wow of some sort in new Philadelphia saturday afternoon last. The times Towel Holder was sent out to investigate and returned with the report that he found Bro. Mcllvain of the advocate seated on a Coal scuttle in Eagle Hall demanding capt. Parrish a Scalp while Bro. Graham of the chronicle occupied an obscure Corner in the room busily engaged searching after Worms in a seedy looking quart sack of peanuts. The i Captain asked for the endorsement of Tuscarawas county As a candidate for member of Board of Public works before the state convention but was Defeated by three votes. then went out and tickled himself with a Rye Straw. John Sluthour aged nearly 45 years died at his Home in new Philadelphia. Aug. 19th, after a lingering illness of Over one year of Brights kidney disease. The funeral took place on Sabbath last and was attended by 122 firemen from new Philadelphia canal Dover and Blakes Mills. Rev. Caleb b. Downs of Licking county was nominated at Coshocton last thursday for Congress on the Republican ticket from this the 16th District. Who is Rev. Caleb b. Downs and Why this mixture of theology and politics harder placed a Fine Large Tomato on our table last week that weighed 1 3-4 pounds. He raised a Large Patch of them this year and says a majority of the crop will average Over that weight. An Exchange Speaks of seventy editors who Are Worth a million dollars apiece. Yes most any editor is Worth a million dollars but the property usually consists of patriotism and conscience instead of cold Cash. Cutting was released by the mexican authorities on monday but dispatches convey the intelligence that mexican troops Are being massed on the Frontier pending the final decision of the Case. We were shown a Tomato the other Day raised by Isaac Hathaway this place that weighed 1 pounds. He also gathered a Large number that weighed Over 2 pounds. The wheat in Fayette county averaged Twenty bushels to the acre. Many Fields turned out from Twenty five to thirty five bushels to the acre. That much eaten turkish baby together with its Mother Are reported to be Safe in the Stark county infirmary. There will be a Union sunday school picnic at Barros Mills next saturday. There will be eight schools and seven bands of music present. Preaching at the presbyterian Church next Sabbath morning and evening by the pastor Rev. Cook. Or. Norris p. Richardson photographer who has been in Cleveland for some time past returned Home last saturday. Mrs. Frank Bishop of Ilo Semond Illinois is visiting her Mother mrs. Emerson and other relatives in new Philadelphia and Vicinity. Mrs. Henry Williams and daughter Irena of Trenton spent thursday and Friday of last week at the residence of her father in Law on West front Street. Mrs. Ida Myers and miss Maggie Fisher of canal Dover visited their Cousin mrs. Charles e. Axx during the firemen a tournament. There will be a picnic at Zions lutheran Church near Sherrodsville thursday september 9th. A cordial invitation is extended to the Public. Mrs. Crist. E. Neiderhauser and mrs. Charles Williams who had been visiting at the hitters Uncle or. Gust. Bender near Mineral Point returned Home on tuesday last. Mrs. I r. Smith her daughter miss Emma and son Frank mrs. Henry Kal Denbaugh and her son Janies of new Philadelphia were the guests of friends and relatives in this place Leesville times. Or. N. Blume of Canton was among our guests on thursday and Friday of last week. The tournament had some attraction for him hut a pretty Black eyed lass on North third Street carried off the honors. R. A. Allen esq., and family late of the blackfeet Indian Agency in Montana territory returned to their Home in Uhrichsville last monday. They Are glad to get Back to civilization once More and Are being warmly greeted by Many . Mrs. Alice e. Minnis has just returned from a summer visit at Eaton Ohio where she has been the guest of mrs. Mollie Holland and mrs. Hannah in Kingmen. Her warm friends there made her the recipient of Many valuable presents among which were a Fine Gold watch and j. A. Marchand of the Wooster jacksonian favored the times office with a Call on Friday. He accompanied the Dex Tyler Hook and ladder company of that place of which he is an honorary member. Bro. Is connected with a live democratic paper As its name indicates and the people of Wayne county Are giving that journal the support which it justly merits. Miss Ermina the accomplished daughter of or. And mrs. L. Wallick of the Gilsey House this City has gone to Cleveland where she will take a thorough course in voice culture and music under prof. Banfi. Miss Wallick has a Fine musical voice is an educated lady and for several months has been identified with the celebrated lutheran choir in new Philadelphia. Robertshaw and wife of port Washington and a sister of the latter who recently arrived from Scotland were the guests of or. And mrs. Rennie on West High Street last thursday. Or. Thomas Cox and wife of Dover were also present and our Friend Cox says the scotch and Welch a a be a having a very enjoyable time discussing by gone events that occurred during Early life in the Mother country. The sister of mrs. Shaw Speaks in glowing terms of the Tuscarawas Valley new Philadelphia and her people and says she is enjoying an exceedingly pleasant visit. John a. Buchanan esq., and family this City attended the old timed pennyroyal reunion at Fairview Guernsey county on wednesday and thursday of last week. Or. Buchanan was reared in that Vicinity and his name appeared upon the neatly printed programme As one of the orators on that occasion. Senator Thomas Tipton of Nebraska who was also reared in old Guernsey delivered an address on thursday. Gov. Foraker of Ohio and gov. . Wilson of West Virginia were also present. There were from eight to ten thousand people in attendance. On Friday evening senator Tipton delivered his famous lecture on a a Tom Corwin a at Barnesville. Fresh oysters at the Palace restaurant saturday sept. 4th. A Man giving the name of Charles Davis claiming Coshocton As his Home was arrested in new Philadelphia last Friday during the tournament having picked the pocket of a mrs. George of canal Dover. When arrested the purse was found on his a Erson. The culprit is now behind the bars eating hash with sheriff Bowers. Subscription rates of the times published at head of paper stipulates that unless paid at end of six months the Price will be $1.50. A great Many have not yet paid although the first six months has passed. However the $1.00 proposition will be kept open Tor Only a few weeks longer. From the timer extra aug. 20th. Addies do Gus. Jones of Cleveland paid a flying visit to his Many warm friends in new Philadelphia this week. Grand tournament at new Philadelphia. The City gaily decked with flags and Bunting. Bands of music playing and banners flying. From 8,000 to 10,000 people in the City. For two Days past new Philadelphia in the Beautiful historical Valley of Tuscarawas county has been in Holiday attire in Honor of the Eastern Ohio firemen a tournament. Business houses Public buildings and dwellings were gaily decked with flags and Bunting. The streets upon which the different races took place were level As a floor and the weather was All that could be desired. Old sol smiled and seemed to say a a boys a Little mild recreation is Good for the mind and new Philadelphia is located in the historic Valley of Tuscarawas county with a population of Over 5,000, and the visiting members of different departments Are loud in their Praise As to the treatment they have received both from our citizens and the fire department. As on All other occasions of a similar nature our hotels and boarding houses were crowded but the a a boys were kindly cared for by the n. P. Department. Friday morning at 8 30 Sharp the Hose races were called which took place on South Broadway. Canton no. 7., was the first. Time �?35 seconds. Massillon no time. Bellaire no time missed coupling. Canton no. 6,�?37 seconds. Independent salem�?34j seconds. Oberlin was barred for the reason that the rules of the association had been violated. The company brought with them a Man As an expert who had not been a resident of the place More than two or three Days. The company is a Good one and should have thrown the a a ringer overboard and entered into the Arena. First prise was awarded to the independents of Salem Ohio. The Hoys were dressed Light weight with Blue trunks and while they Are a Good looking set of Fellows a Winters wind would freeze their very Gizzard. Tall lean and Lank but holy Moses How Thel it oys did throw Sand. They mustered As follows Foreman a. G. Wilson. Pipe men Hugh Lylall and we. Holloway. Assistant Foreman a. Hall. Treasurer a. E. Lease. Secretary Charles Wallace. Members�?20. The Bellaire fire department was Well represented by a part of four different companies accompanied by the chief Geo. Muth Captain James Graham and Warden capt. W. H. Little with a membership of 28. They Are about As Good a set of boys As can be found in the Union a Good hearted whole souled genial Fellows. They speak in High terms of our Young City the people and the Gilsey House of which they Are guests. The times extends a Hearty hand and Hopes the a a boys May enjoy themselves and have a Safe return Home. The a a Gibson a from Oberlin is composed of a Fine set of men with Wallace Spaulding As foremen Ami 17 members. Unfortunately we did not have the pleasure of meeting representative members of the company. The Tiffin company was ruled out and left for Home on the 5 30 train thursday evening. Good boys and sorry that they did not consent to remain. Bicycle race. The bicycle races resulted As follows r. S. Liar Grove Massillon first prize a Gold medal. Frank menches Canton second prize. G. Harris new Philadelphia third prize. Junior ii. Adj it l. Races. The Junior Grays look and ladder company of Canton 18 members took first prize $30. The company was office red As follows captains Frank Kelly. 1st assistant John Parks. Secretary Joh n Mcmurry. Treasurer Charles Zeigler. Climbers Charles Zeigler. A tackers Frank Kelley win Adler and we Chambers. Leader Charles Forney. The marshals of Mansfield took second prize $20. The to it oys made a Good run but Fate ruled otherwise. Can tall get there Eli. Ii. Amp l. Races. Dex Tyler of Wooster took first prize $150.00, but the let oys were closely followed by the Canton sporting truck company who walked off with second prize $75. The fat Max a race. Frank Poiror Canton took first prize $10. Frank has got the wind and Over 200 pounds of flesh backed up by Good locomotion. Auditor Kinsey kicked the beam at 270b old time nature said a unix 1. H. Moonshower of Canton is a healthy solid Young fellow but he kick gravel in Franks eyes. Handicap races. The result of the Handicap race is As follows first Harry Bethune $50. Second a w Mathias $15. Third Harvey m Johnson Champion $10. Time 10 2-5 seconds. Recapitulation of time. Hose. Independents Salem 34 seconds. Canton Hose no. 7, 35 seconds. Independent Massillon no time. Ballaire Hose no time. Canton no. 6, 37 seconds. Oberlin Hose ruled out. Canton no. 8, 35 3-4 seconds. Hooks senior. Dex Tyler 37 3-4 seconds. Twilight Mansfield 39 seconds. Canton sporting 37 4-5 seconds. 1iooks�?j unions. Canton 30. Buckeyes Mansfield no time. Marshals Mansfield 33 seconds. The Dex Tyler company was represented by 18 members with the following officers Foreman Abner do Miller Benjamin Potter Secretary Emmet Lee treasurer. Assistant Foreman de. Suavely climbers Geo. Thompson leaders Boon Bros. J. A. Marchand of the jacksonian an honorary member was with the boys and gave the times office a pleasant visit. Recapitulation prizes. 1st. 2nd. 1st. 2nd. 1st. 2nd. Hose. Salem $150. Canton no. 7., $75. 1iooks, or. Dex Tyler $150. Canton sporting $75. Juniors. Canton $30. Marshals $20. Card of thanks. Editor times the Dex Tyler Hook and ladder company of Wooster Ohio desire through your columns to express their Hearty thanks to the firemen of new Philadelphia to the committee of arrangements and to the citizens of new Philadelphia generally for their kind and gentlemanly treatment a it week and will Ever hold them a Fate Ful remembrance. Especially do we desire to express our thanks to or. And mrs. Jacob Wise who so agreeably entertained us. Thankfully etc., the Dex Tyler h. Amp l. Co. Fresh oysters at the Palace restaurant saturday sept. 4th. Resolutions of respect. At a meeting of Rescue Hook and ladder co. Of new Philadelphia held at their Hall on saturday evening aug. 21, 1886, the following preamble and resolutions were adopted whereas it has pleased an All Wise father to Call from our midst our esteemed brother John Sluthour a member of this company be it resolved that it is with feelings of profound sorrow that we receive the information of his departure from among us in the prime of life and that in the death of brother Sluthour we have lost an esteemed and faithful member Ever prompt to Aid in time of need and while we cherish the kindest recollections of his Many Noble qualities we tender to his father Brothers Sisters and friends our Heartfelt sympathies. Resolved that we As a company attend his funeral. Resolved that a copy of these resolutions he forwarded to the family and that they be published in All the papers of this place. John Knisely Frank s. Albert William g. Frew committee. Fresh oysters at the Palace restaurant saturday sept. 4th. Mysteriously missing. Miss Sadie m ears unexplained absence causes her friends much uneasiness. Market reports from the Uhrichsville chronicle three weeks ago last saturday july 24th miss Sadie Mears and her father James Mears left Newport together and came Down to Uhrichsville. They separated at the Union depot and that was the last the father raw of his daughter though he has searched anxiously and thoroughly for her since then. Sadie came Over into Uhrichsville and stayed that night at the residence of mrs. . Next Day which was sunday she took the afternoon Tram for the East and from Liis on there is Only hearsay evidence to show where she was for the next two or three Days. It is said that she went to Steubenville sunday and stopped at a hotel where she stayed till the following tuesday. While at the hotel it is claimed she met a Young Man a Cousin or other relative and came Hack with him to Uhrichsville. Here All Trace of her is lost and she has remained As completely hidden from the sight of her friends As if the Earth had opened and swallowed her up. When she and her father separated at the i Uhrichsville Union depot saturday j uly 24th, she told him she was going Hack to Newport and it was understood there that she was coming Back. She had been staying at the Home of or. And mrs. Clemens for four weeks before that and when she failed to return or. Clemens wrote to her father. The latter was in the West at the time hut on reaching his Home at Richmond Jefferson county he found the letter awaiting him and at once came out Here to learn further particulars and Institute a diligent search. Every Olfort to discover her whereabouts has been a failure so far As we can learn. There is no known motive to account for this singular disappearance and no reason except Mere conjecture can be advanced that throws any Light on the subject. Sadie was about eighteen attractive and repossessing in appearance and of a very Lively social disposition. She took some interest in the society of Young gentleman but it is not believed there was a serious understanding Between her and any of her male friends. Her father is very wealthy and abundantly Able to gratify her every wish. Her Mother died when she was quite Young. Last summer her father married again and it is claimed that the relations Between Sadie and her Stepmother were not very pleasant. She had not spent much time at Home since her fathers marriage. There is a report to the effect that when she came Back Here from Steubenville she took the train South on the c. L. It St w., but the report lacks confirmation. The Case is very Peculiar and is causing her friends great anxiety. Times office August 26, flour Patent bbl. A a a a sack. A a Best family bbl. A a Amber sack. A a a a new proc wheat Bushel. Corny new Bushel. It it ats new Bushel. Rye to Bushel. Butter Pound. Egos dozen. Buckwheat flour to Pound. Hams Pound. A moulders Pound. Sides Pound. Lard 4 Pound. Tallow Pound. Beef Pound. Salt Goshen barrel. White Lime barrel. Akron cements barrel. Calcined plaster�?4 barrel. Land plaster ton. A a a a a a barrel. Potatoes Bushel new. Dried apples Bushel. A a a a a Pound. Rags Pound. Onions Bushel. Hay ton new. Clover seed Bushel. Timothy seed Bushel. Wool. Fertilizers ton. 1886. $ 5 10 of 45 20 50 4u 28030 66 6012 10 03 10 06 07 07 04 07015 1 15 1 00 1 9 60 25 9 00 1 50 30 50 02 01 40 506 00 i 25 2 25 30 35 00 fresh oysters at the Palace restaurant saturday sept. 4th. Legal notice. Hamel Anbuhl whose place of residence is unknown will take notice that on Tho 30th Day of june a. 1. 1886, Cora Anbuhl tiled her petition in the court of common la Leas of Tuscarawas county Ohio being Case number 2,696, praying for a divorce from said Daniel Anbuhl on the grounds of wilful absence for More than three years and Aiso Gross neglect of duty. That said cause will be for hearing on wednesday october 6th, or As soon thereafter As the same can be heard. Cora Abbuhl. By j. Patrick a son her attorneys. 31w6 for sale.�?300 acres of first class Plain and River Bottom land and about 70 acres of Hill land being what remains unsold of the James Waddington farm situated on the new Philadelphia and Uhrichsville Road near the town of Pike run. The buildings Are Good. This land will lie sold As a whole or divided to suit purchasers. The River and Bottom land would be sold in Small tracts. F. S. Romi it i. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. 35tf any one desiring to sell Exchange of buy real estate of any kind or chattels will do Well to Call on the proprietor of the times who will act As agent for the same on reasonable terms. No charges made for advertising in the times when you employ us As agent. No names of parties Given to the Public but made known Only to those wishing to Purchase. If for farm and school Bells Call at the English amp Dixon foundry new Philadelphia Ohio. 33-4t for Good two Story Metal roof Brick business House 21x66, in first class condition. Each Story 14 feet 5 rooms on second floor. Suitable for dwelling and store or Saloon. Good location opposite court House. Terms part Cash and remainder in easy payments. For particulars Call on Peter Eichel on the premises. 27tf for very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per cent interest on investment. Also other desirable lots and properties. John a. Himes new Philadelphia 18tf you can buy More tinware and glassware at the new 5 and 10 cent store next door to Miller amp songs drug store than anywhere else in this congressional District. Heavy and Light castings can he had at the English amp Dixon works on Short notice. Also machinery of every kind carefully repaired by experienced workmen. 35w4 persons desiring to loan Money can have the same placed at .3 per cent., secured by mortgage on first class real estate by John a. Himes new Philadelphia. 18tf artificial Teeth $5.50 per set at or. I. L. Mitchells dental office. New Philadelphia 17-Yl Gold fillings $1.00 Silver 50c. Cement 25c., at or. Mitchells office new Philadelphia 17-Yl get your engine Thresher reaper Mower or repairing of any kind done at Sharp a songs foundry and machine shop. 22 All the repairs and extras for the in \ Glish amp Dixon machines at Sharp amp i. Songs. 22 the new 5 and 10 cent store takes the cake and whole bakery for substantial goods and Low prices. Pensions patents claims generally prosecuted before government departments by John a. Buchanan attorney at Law new Philadelphia 32-1 m. For Good second hand Phaeton nearly As Glt a gtd As new and Well painted and was made by first class workmen. Call at the times office. For 50-Inch exp Cert Columbia bicycle. Full Nickel Ball bearings and in Good order. Will sell for $75.00, Cash. H. Willard 31 Boliver Wanted to borrow�?$500.00 or $1,-000 for one or two years. Good Security Given. Address Box 87, new Philadelphia Ohio. Jacob Gepfert of Strasburg is Selling Fine top buggies Worth $75 for $55, on 60 Days time $55 for Cash. 31tf buy your fruit Trees shrubbery Green House plants Powers etc., of your Home nurseryman Daniel Wiss new Philadelphia He Sells cheap and guarantees satisfaction. 33t6eow for Coal cars and car wheels Call at the English amp Dixon works new Liila Delphia Ohio now operated by r. Chetem formerly of Canton 33w4 fresh oysters at the Palace restau rant saturday sept. 4th

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