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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - December 16, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday december 10, 1886. Number a official directory. District. Congress. Beinli Wilkins state . W. Crites t. J. Glance common pleas judges. J y Pearce county. Re present Active. Probate judge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. A Iii Tor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. City. Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins a. Figert g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. J. U. Neumann s. Tufer w. E. Lash a. Benner 0. Ii. Gloover j. Wherley a j. Porter l. Daniel Korns. James 11. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip let Man. John s. T Ira Ham. Jacob m i Iler. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. Ii. 1�?~. Scott. Andrew Erwin. S. Glatfelter. Mayor a Erk marshal Street commissioner Council lame Warden. Justices. Names. Townships. Post office. Daniel Krebs. Clay. Lock no. 17. James w Stoutt Wayne. Dundee. George Bear. Perry. Cadwallader. Isaac couts. Washington Paoli. Henry Deible. Bucks. 15altic. T Richardson. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. R g Galbraith. Warwick. Tuscarawas. T k Robinson. Warren. New Cumberland Philip a Garver Franklin. Strasburg. John Smith. Goshen. Barnhill. Jas Galbraeth. Rush. Tippecanoe. John Misione. Mill. . Daniel Richards it Roshen. New Philada a. T 15 Rankin. Rush. Gnadenhutten. L s Wrusch. Clay. Gnadenhutten. And Timmerman. Perry. Cadwallader. S v Renneker. Fairfield. New Philada a. B s Mckinney. Sandy. Mineral City. We e Beck. Goshen. New Philada a. Samuel 0 Kline. Lawrence. Bolivar. J 11 Gardner. Warren. New Cumberland robot Coruthers Washington Albany. John Wetter. Wayne. Dundee. William Kinsey York. New Philada a. Philip Doerfer. Bucks. Baltic. T j Stocker. Salem. Port Washington t 11 m Ozena. Mill. Uhrichsville. Joseph Ileal a Mill. Dennison. Chas f Davis. In Ford. N e w c Merston c c Fernsel. Franklin. Strasburg. Levi Travis. Auburn. Lager Seville. .1 w newly org. Dover. Canal Dover. Jos i Lostetter Dover. Canal Dover. Nich Mon tag. Dover. Canal Dover. Wesley m Tracy Andy. Mineral City. John 15 Jones. Auburn. Ragersville. Hiram Echman. Warwick. Tuscarawas. David Breymeir Lawrence. Zoar. Lewis c Zollars. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. L a Cornett. Salem. Port Washington John 8 Spring. Jefferson. Port Washington Charles 11 Ellers Fairfield. Zoar station. John w Rolli. Jefferson. Stone Creek. Hugh t Minnis. Goshen. New Philada a. C w Kinsley. Oxford. Newcomerstown p h Kuhn. York. Black band. s Wagner. Union. Uhrichsville. J Foj Baldwin. Union. Leesville. Church directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lords Day morning at 10 00 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 9 clock a. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. G Ellman Reform every sunday at 1030.a. In. And 2 15 p. In., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On tie first sunday morning service each month concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United every sunday at 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. directory. chapter no. 38, r. A. M.,-meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniel. , Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. It pc a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mellvane . 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. 0. 0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Ball. F. Kislig n. G. I. A. Correll Letec. Sec a. I. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets it very monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stem ill Fly n. G. P. Seiil Letec. Sec a. 1. 0. 0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. J. J. Parr c. P. I. A. Correll scribe. I. O. O. . P. U. C., no. 8, meets every third thursday evening in Eracli month at Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. R. J. W. Dodd Comdr. S. Iii St 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 first and third Friday each month in knights pythias Hall. W 11. Miller Regent. J. A Bigler Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday each month at g. It. Lylall. E. K Userman pres we. Bowers Cor. Sec a. Re Quot j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 46, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 48yl i. Iii song a shaving shampooing and hair dressing parlor in basement under Miller s drug store North Broadway new Philadelphia 4syl prances r0mig, attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. A j v. Ream jr., attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Office a Corner Public Square in Judy building new Philadelphia Ohio. By John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public now Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47yl j ii. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. 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This Large and splendidly illustrated newspaper is published weekly at $3.00 a year and is admitted to be the Best paper devoted to science mechanics inventions engineering works and other departments Industrial Progress published in any country. It contains the names All patentees and title every invention patented a an week. Try it four months for one Dollar. Sold by All new dealers. If you Hava an invention to Patent write to Mann a co., publishers scientific Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday deem Bek 1g, 1886. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. Fie tie new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in Advance.$1 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 a3�?oremittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. At address All matter intended for publication to the 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 no Rining 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 office place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to discontinue. The president has just made Public by proclamation the extradition treaty with Japan which was amended he the Senate and ratified last june. According to its stipulations murderers counterfeiters forgers embezzler robbers burglars per Jurers and persons guilty rape arson piracy and malicious destruction Railroad trains vessels Bridges dwellings Public edifices and other buildings May be extradited. This closes the door Japan against american Bank defaulters and those who handle dynamite with criminal intent. Congressman Peters Kansas had a Bill passed extending the Laws the United a states Over certain unorganized territory South the state Kansas known As the Public land strip and providing that this land shall he subject to entry by actual settlers under the Homestead Law. There is a Large portion the Public land within the boundaries the Indian territory that ought to he opened up to settlers. As it is free Hooters get the Benefit it by pasturing Stock there. St. Louis had the largest fire december 11th she has had for years. It was occasioned by the third floor a Large wholesale hardware House giving Way and crashing everything before it to the lower boor and tire started immediately spreading rapidly to other buildings and before being checked $000,000 Worth property was destroyed. Insurance $400,000. Three four lives were lost in the wrecking the build Iner. Daniel Meese met with a painful Accident Friday last while working in Trust Orff a Coal mine. While shoving Coal a Rock fell him knocking him Down and holding him fast until he was rescued by other miners. He was saved just in time by the removal the Rock As another one and sufficient weight to crush him fell a few moments afterwards the spot where he Lay. He will be Laid up a few Days but will recover. _ the Cadiz Republican says the town Cadiz and Vicinity have raised by subscription the sum $21,650 for the proposed Railroad known As the Cannon Ball line. Meetings Are being held along the line in Harrison county and speakers from Cadiz have been invited to arouse the people to a sense duty. Cadiz will surely get there this time. An attempt was made to blow up a Large Brick Block in Meadville penn., the morning the 10th, by the use a dynamite Cartridge. It demolished All the Glass in the Block and adjoining buildings. A miscalculation the part the fiend saved the building. The people the town thought an Earth quake had taken place. The democracy Boston won an important Victory dec. 14th. It was the election City officials and the democrats made a Complete sweep reflecting mayor Brien by a plurality about 4500, and a Clever majority 1000. There were three candidates in the Field. Democrat Republican and labor. The town Attica Ohio was Laid waste by fire december 10th. The fire started in a grocery store and spread rapidly cleaning out nearly a dozen the Best business blocks in the town. Loss about $45,000. Partially covered by insurance. The ladies the m. E. Church desire to extend their sincere thanks to messes. Jos. Horn amp co., the popular dry goods House Pittsburg for the generous donation a Large Box rare and costly articles to their fair. La Belle Lodge no. 160, knights pythias at Barnhill will have a grand festival and Oyster supper december 25th, 1886. Everybody invited to come. A grand Good time is guaranteed. A Lima family a misfortune. Lima dec. 11,1886. Last night Jefferson ilinets and wife went away from Home for a Short time leaving their Little one year old child in the House. During their absence the House took fire from a defective flue and was burned to the ground. The Little child was rescued but frightfully and fatally burned. Scarcely a week passes but what a similar Accident As the above is chronicled from some part the country and yet parents will leave their children alone in the House and sometimes even locked in while they run errands make Short Calls upon neighbors. Fire starts in so Many ways not anticipated and is liable to catch children when left alone who Are either too Small to save themselves by reason their tender years Lack j judgment under such circumstances such conduct As the above and scores others amounts to criminal carelessness and ought to be made punishable by statute. Found dead in bed . Jeff. Delong a Well known Dennison Carpenter and contractor was found dead in the bed at Joe grahams Saloon and dive in West Uhrichsville last thursday afternoon. He went to that place wednesday night and retired to bed having first purchased an ounce laudanum at a Uhrichsville drug store. When the proprietor the Ranche went to Wake him at about four clock the next Day he found he had been dead for several hours. The bottle which contained the laudanum was empty nearly so. Whether the drug was taken with suicidal intent not will never be known this Side eternity. The remains were brought to the Ileal a House where the decease hoarded Friday afternoon and were taken to port Washington at noon to Day for burial. Or. Delongis age was about 55 years. He had resided in Dennison for a number years formerly being employed in the pan handle car shops. A Dennison paragraph. The Long lost found dead. Bettsburg dec. 9. Nine years ago Pittsburg was startled Over the sudden disappearance s. B. W. Gill a Well known and highly respected lawyer and a leading member the Church who ran off with Trust funds and other monies belonging to widows orphans and others amounting in All to about three Hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Since that time nobody has Ever been Able to locate him and he has been variously placed in California Canada and South America. To Day word was received Here that a Man recently died in Belfast Ireland and papers found his person leave no doubt that he was the Long missing Gill. A daughter Gills is one the leading writers in Godys lady a Book. Asphyxiated by escaping Gas. Chicago Iii., dec. 13. Mrs. Mcclure and her grown daughter and son were asphyxiated by Eoal Gas at their residence in the suburban town Maplewood. They closed All the doors and windows tightly retiring and forgot to replace the stove lid after replenishing the parlor fire. Mrs. Mcclure appeared to have fallen senseless while trying to get out to the open air. Her daughter was lying lifeless across a chair a few feet from her bed. The son was his Knees before the door and evidently became unconscious during a half stupefied search for the Knob the door which opened would have Given them fresh air. Unclaimed letters. Messes. E. It. Hull amp co., the Well known clothiers Cleveland generously donated a suit boys clothing to the m. E. Church fair which began december 14th. Youngstown has now natural Gas by my piped 56 Miles by the Ohio Gas fuel co., from the Pennsylvania District. Youngstown manufactories Are now Happy and Are Able to compete with Cleveland. Little Sammy Frew while playing at school the other Day was pushed Down by other boys and sprained his leg so badly that he has been housed up and suffering great pain from the Accident. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office december 13th, 1886 . Long Feather mrs. Maria save by Gottfield Leeber mrs. L. Tuttle Clil Rogge Job Brown Jacob Kuenzy mrs. Mary Jane Roby and s. Wheelon editor Phila. Plain dealer. E. Fribley p. The Rescue Hook amp ladder company will give a grand Ball at Eagle Hall dec. 24th. Purchase a ticket the boys and give them a lift. They will have a Well Fondue cd Ball you May rest assured and As the boys spend their time and labor to protect your property this patronage is due them. Capt. Thomas combination vocalists and instrumentalists will appear at music Hall december 16th and 17th, in two their excellent entertainments. Admission 25 and 35 cents. Given under the auspices Andrew Crawford Post g. A. R. Now is the time to subscribe for the times and the american Farmer both one year for $1.30 Cash. On present subscribers can have the same Opportunity by renewing their subscription for the times. See advertisement 4th Page. The elegant River Steamer j. White burned to the Waters Edge above Baton Rouge the night dec. 14th, causing the death 60 persons by drowning and burning. We have no space for particulars. The Jolly four club will give a grand Ball new years eve., dec. 31st, 1886. Invitations printed at this office Are out. They always have a Good time. George Knisely jr., and son George j Knisely was seriously injured tues a Day while letting a car Down Theen Cline Tramway at Massillon City Coal mines. W. Ii. Luetkemyer the Well known hardware merchant Cleveland made a handsome Cash donation to ladies m. E. Church fair. A full line pure candies fruits nuts tobacco and cigars at w. Clarks Oyster Parlours East High Street. 51 w3 a Good heavy suit underwear at 45 cents at the Boston one Price clothing House. Coal cents per gallon at a. V. Paulusz Phillipsburg Ohio. 51tf spontaneous combustion. It partially wrecks the Columbus buggy come any a works. Columbus Ohio december 11. At a Quarter after twelve clock this afternoon the City was shaken up by what seemed a first class earthquake. Tall buildings seemed to Rock and Sway windows were broken and dishes shaken from shelves. In Many instances people rushed into the streets for safety. The Shock was caused by an explosion at the works the Columbus buggy company. It is one the most Peculiar and singular cases record. The trouble was caused by the spontaneous explosion what is known As the a dust the works the buggy company cover the Best portion two squares ground. On the extreme West portion the works facing first Street is a Wing the building five stories High. In the Topmost Story this building the trouble originated. The dust Arres Ter is a Box 25 feet High 30 feet Long and 40 feet wide. Into this receptacle All the dust from the machinery in the building is carried by chutes in order to get rid it. This plan is now in use in All Large manufactories and has been regarded As the solution the problem How to get rid the dust nuisance in a Safe and economical manner. This accumulation dust is like so much powder dynamite but there has never been the faintest idea that it was capable spontaneous combustion. All at once to Day at the time named without any plausible excuse whatever this dust exploded lifted up the top the building knocked out a goodly portion the Wall and Tore the entire end off a dwelling House adjoining the South. Debris was scattered for nearly a Square in every direction and the Shock was Felt Over the greater portion the City. Houses Chestnut Street the North suffered broken windows and a woman standing in the door one these houses recognized the importance the occasion by promptly fainting. The violence the Shock May be imagined when the fact is related that in a House two blocks from the scene where Gas jets lighted were instantly extinguished by the quake. Charles Berry a Workman employed in a factory near by gives this pretty description the explosion a it was lunch time and i stood at a window looking East As i ate my lunch. In that situation i was looking squarely at the building when it exploded. I could not believe my senses when All at once i saw great red sheets Llaine envelope the entire upper Story and seem to creep Down the sides the building. I thought something was the matter with me but in a second More i was brought to a realization the situation when the whole roof just raised up fifteen feet in the air and a portion the Wall hew out. Then i knew it was an the enquirer correspondent reached the scene within five minutes after the Shock. At that time it looked As if it was impossible to avoid a disastrous con Lla gation. The top Story the Wing mentioned was burning fiercely. Sheets flame shot out Twenty feet High roofs the adjoining buildings were smoking and two dwelling houses Chestnut Street were fire. It seemed that property Worth millions dollars was doomed. The network buildings is connected in every direction by wooden stairways running up and Down and across giving it the appearance a spiders web. The stairways seemed now but avenues for the Extension the fire. The statement May sound miraculous a f it is the solemn truth that in Twenty five minutes the fire was extinct. The fact that it was so easily controlled under such extraordinarily dangerous circumstances May seem marvelous but it is easily accounted for when the particulars Are known. There were two trained fire departments working the fire. They were the Columbus fire department and the Columbus buggy fire department. The messes. Peters a Firestone have prided themselves having within their works a Complete and Well equipped fire department with All the accoutrements Hose reels Etc. This department has been maintained Twenty years at great expense and the employees the company have been regularly drilled and disciplined in Maneu vers in Case fire. This trouble and expense was repaid four fold to Day by the Noble and meritorious Aid the fire lads. The debris had scarcely settled when men appeared in stairway window \ doors and every conceivable Nook with Hose in their hands and turned the nozzles the burning building. A very Short time elapsed before chief Tresenrider appeared top the building arrayed in White rubber overcoat and the City lads turned the larger and More powerful streams. Here was a lesson for Many larger cities. The work was admirable. It was More it was Beautiful. By actual count Twenty Well directed streams water were playing the fire at one time and several More streams were moistening and protecting the roofs joining buildings. The writer who has seen some the greatest fires in Cincinnati and other cities and been familiar with the methods controlling and extinguishing could Hare conceive How it could be done so easily so quickly and so Well but done it was. Knowing that the great works the buggy company were fire an excited crowd thousands soon assembled. Sensational rumours that a dozen men had been killed were heard All which proves to be unfounded. While several men were scalded and bruised the Only injuries consequence were received by two coloured men. Joe Brown a coloured labourer with the company for five years was Blowen forty feet falling three stories. His hands were badly burned and he seemed injured internally. William freelan a coloured Man employed in the boiler room had his hands badly scalded by hot water. The other casualties were trifling. The fact that the explosion occurred during the noon hour when the employees were at dinner accounts for this. The general impression was that a boiler had blown up that there had been an explosion benzine in the paint room. Or. Firestone president the Board Trade when the explosion occurred was the floor the Board and went flying toward the scene his burning property. In six minutes he was the roof next the fire directing employees we hat to do. Similar explosions have been known in flour Mills from flour dust but this is the first the kind record in this part the country. The damage is estimated at about $10,000, covered by insurance. The company at once made arrangements to care for the men injured. More excitement has been caused by the occurrence than by anything since the famous rolling Mill blow up seven eight years ago when a boiler was blown half a Square and four men enquirer. A skilled Penman. We we Ould like to give our readers the names and pictures hundreds Young men and women who have become popular As Fine writers after taking a course at Bixler a pen Art Hall but we cannot Well present them All at once so we will take them one by one. The above picture is that prof. J. O. Wise Greentown o., a very intelligent and successful school teacher Stark county. Or. Wise like most school teachers g. Bixler included was at one time a very poor Wirter As can be seen by autograph no. 1, which was written in june 1885. But . Wise was to Wise to be satisfied with such a miserable hand and so he took a six weeks course at Bixler a pen Art Hall and autograph no. 4 shows his easy rapid style after finishing the full course. Bixler a system physical training in penmanship is a remarkable system meeting with wonderful Success. Hundreds Young men and women go to the american pen Art Hall from different parts the country to take a full course in penmanship and hundreds Young school teachers Are to Day making More Money by teaching this system in the evenings than they do with their Day school while Many Are devoting their whole time to teaching penmanship and making from $500 to $1,000 a year. Bixler a physical training in penmanship shows that writing is a physical education depending the training the Muscles the and fingers and that the forms letters Are easy. Every body knows How but they can to. This system gives you the ability the movement Power All kinds letters with the greatest Speed and ease. We do not allow pupils to make a single slow stroke. The Muscles Are trained by careful repetition and a slow and rapid motion Are contrary to each other. Drawing and writing Are not the same. We will mail our physical training in penmanship Pham Plet form and twelve lessons in exercises fresh from the pen for 25 cents. Every school teacher Hoy and girl should have it. In 50 hours you can improve your penmanship 100 per cent and gain double the Speed you now have. J. O. Wise says a a i would not take $-500 for the course i took Bixler a pen Art Lylall. I have reaped the benefits a Hundred fold. His system physical training in penmanship is the Foremost work Ever published in America. We can not but return our thanks to its author for broadcasting Over this land America such a useful Bixler a system was unanimously adopted at the teachers Institute last fall. The american pen Art Hall is a Large and elegantly furnished room situated in the Central part Wooster. One Hundred and thirty students now in attendance. All students the University Wooster receive lessons free charge. Send for the biggest catalogue a writing department Ever published in this country. Terms full course $25, $10 per month. Address american pen Art Hall Wooster Ohio. Mistaken for a burglar. Pittsburg penn., dec. 11. J. Hill a prominent citizen Edge Wood a wealthy suburb this City mistook his daughter for a burglar last night and shot her through the neck inflicting a dangerous and it is feared a fatal wound. Or. Hill made collections yesterday Al it out $5,000, which he took to his Home to keep Over night. His daughter who had a bad Toothache arose Early this morning and went Down to the Library to warm herself. Her father hearing the noise thought burglars were in the House and taking his revolver followed her Down stairs. When he reached the door the Library he fired the Ball striking his daughter in the Back the neck and passing through to the front. The Young lady is in a critical condition and her father is almost crazy with grief. If you want a Good pair working dress gloves go to the Boston one Price clothing House. A Superior working shirt for men boys Good Strong material for 25 cts. At the Boston clothing House. Prescriptions carefully compounded at All hours Day night at Gentsch drug store. Some the new productions in Wall at dont Cut be q to to loss i in full f 111. Personal mention. Or. Samuel p. Mizer Bakersville o., was in town monday. Misses Edith and Emma Frew Are visiting friends and relative a Newcom Erst own and will be absent for a week two. _ miss Nellie Rinehart Flora Williams Voliney Hughes and de. Richardson spent sunday at the residence the latter a parents in Shanesville. Harrison Kail and wife Gilmore this county and formerly the a a Kail House a this City spent last week in this place among their Many friends. Or. George Peterman Barros Mills gave the times office a Call monday and brought us the name a new subscriber for which he has our Best wishes. Or. Solomon Glatfelter is game Warden for Tuscarawas county and his duty is to prosecute any one violating the game Laws. Boys you want to look out for Solomon always Means business. Or. J. A. Abbott a noted beekeeper Fairlawn Southhall London who is making a tour the United states and Canada visiting prominent beekeepers this country made a Call . G. L. Tinker one Day last week. He said that the dry a Section Honey boxes were the finest he had . Mrs. Stuber an aged lady and Mother John Stuber this City died suddenly the 14th inst. She had been calling a neighbor and complained being unwell and went Home and was a Corpse half an hour later. Mrs. Elizabeth Horn died at half past one clock tuesday at her residence Forth Street after an illness several Days in the 69th year her age. She was Mother our townsmen j. A., Fred and John Horn and one the oldest and most esteemed inhabitants Dover. Funeral from her late residence to Day at 2 ?Tclock.�? Tuscarawas county Democrat. The remains mrs. Aughinbaugh will be brought to Wellsville and will be taken to the u. P. Church where services will be held Rev. J. K. Kennedy officiating. Services will also be held in Pittsburg this evening in the presbyterian Church which the deceased was an influential member. When the couple lived Here years ago they were members the u. P. Church hence their selection at this Wellsville Union december 10th. The finest line toilet articles to be seen in town is at Gentsch a drug store. Wall paper in All the new designs and a very Complete assortment at Gentsch a drug store. Everything that is late in design in Fine toilet articles is exhibit at Gentsch a drug store. Just arrived. A Fine Lino menus and boys overcoats that certainly will astonish you in Price at three four five and six dollars at the Boston one Price clothing House. A full line school books at Gentsch a drug court Mill. Renews her youth. Mrs. Phoebe Chesley Peterson Clay county Iowa tells the following remarkable Story the truth which is vouched for by the residence the town a a i am 73 years old have been troubled with kidney complaint and lameness for Many years could not dress myself without help. Now i am free from All pain and soreness and am Able to do All my own housework. I owe my thanks to electric bitters for having renewed my youth and removed completely All disease and try a bottle Only 50c at Millers drug store. 1 f. Miller it St son. If you want a first class overcoat at j the lowest possible Price go to the Boston one Price clothing House. The largest Stock mensa boys and childrens clothing in the City is to be seen at the Boston clothing House. Transfers real estate. Christian Schreier to Rosanna Schoen Brun part lot 3, new Philadelphia. $63. J ii Mccluskey to c v Mccluskey a acre Mill township $1,350. Abram Johnson to Mary Crom and Albert b Huston 103 27-100 acres and 35 rods Perry and Washington townships $3,104.17. Hannah Haver to Joseph Harmon 25 acres Rush township $1. Albert Blickens Derfer to Nicholas Ilert 65 30-100 acres Warwick township $7,000. Alice b Skeels it Al to the c amp p r r co part lot 49, Mineral Point $100. Sarah and John septer to Henry Sprowl 4 4-16 acres Rush township $5o. We b Thompson to Kate m Dick part lot 94, new Philadelphia $725. Ella Miller to Jefferson Miller part lot 41, Sandyville $190. J m Sheller to c g Zutavern 122 acres Lawrence township $7,000. Geo Zimmerman to Frederick Eck erd 12 7-10 acres Auburn township $ 15. J f Mcdonnell to Jos ii Hunt 50 acres Washington township $2,100. Lemuel Murphy to j f Mcdonnell 50 acres Washington township $2,100. Jemima Peoples to j f Mcdonnell 69 1-5 acres $3,300. Sheriff Bowers to Chas a Scheu lot 280, canal Dover $4,125. Henry ii Woodard to r Carruthers 200 acres Washington township $744. Proceedings. Edward Meadows rift is we f Burt default judgment $805.15. A Bricker amp son is George Lahmer Assignee. Joseph Beiter is Henry Schew Vinton Stoutt amp Vinton without their answer Sale confirmed and deed ordered. Sarah e Mathews is we c Knisely settled at Cost defendant. Ohio complaint Sarah e Mathews is we c Knisely tried to court defendant found guilty As charged in complaint judgment $200 for maintenance and costs. Daniel Thomas is John Deibel and Henry Deibel tried to court finding for plaintiff for $453.85 and costs. Isabella a Demuth is James c Johnson tried to jury verdict for defendant. Simon Kline is Isaac Miller Levi Travis made party his own motion. Leonora Thornton is Philip sheets continued account sickness defendants witness. George e Campbell administrator is David Judy and Thomas Moore tried to court finding for defendants. Warren Packard amp co is John a limes it Al appointment j ii Booth receiver. I Hubbell Brown amp co is Frank Gross judgment verdict $58.07. J b Kelley amp co is Jacob Ile Lmke time for Security for costs extended to january 1, 1887. I s bags let songs lumber co is Oscar e Hunt default judgment,$1,470.60. Crumrine amp Timberlake is William Reckert Sale confirmed deed ordered distribution Sale $800 release mortgage sued . Abraham Youngen is Henry Deible tried to court finding for plaintiff $108.80. Sarah a Mathias is Luther Himes settled. Amanda Kaldenbaugh it Al is a c Hersey default judgment $2,630.67 Sale premises. Christian Dutton is William j Dutton defendant to answer january 10. Same is same defendant to answer january 10. Assignment court cases. Tuesday dec. 14. No. 23�?stephen ii Edgar is William read it Al. 39�?Thomas Moore is j i it Elliott . Administrator. Wednesday dec. 15. 43�?simon Klein is Isaac Miller. 63�?Daniel s Wiandt is John l Wilgus. 70�?annie lamas is John lamas. 82�?j b Kelley amp co is Jacob Helmkee. 97�?Franklin Marks is the Penn Iron amp Coal co. Thursday dec 16. 102�?frederick Weber is David i Parks. 107�?Mary e Deary is Isaac e Evans. 115�?Mary Ann Johnston is Mary e Deary. 119�?a t Miller is Rachel a Brunner. 121�?harriet m Young is John Stuntz amp co. 125�?corn City Mutual is j m Stoutt it Al. 130�?Daniel Maughiman is Isaac Maughiman. Friday dec 17. 136--Della m Gilgen is John i Otis. 138�?John Markley is George w Meese it Al. 140�?George w Pace is Mariah Moore. Saturday dec 18. 146�?lswis Carhart is the Columbia ins co. 148�?same is Levi d Williams. 149�?ii a Skinner is Brown Bros. 154�?wieble Wentz amp co is Sarah j Bennett. 159�?John Krantz is Samuel Swaby. 163�? same is same. Monday dec 20. 160�?George w Stoutt is Samuel Svaby. Christian stauffer is m f Kohr. Do not forget the look amp ladder Ball. 164 165 109 172 173-176 182 184 186 189 194 195 196 200 213 215 221 224 230 239 241 256 268 262 289 333 369 Shunk. Ezra Nicholson is the Smith foundry co. Adam Vorherr is Geo Walter. John i Otis is Alex France it Al. Samuel h Taylor is Jesse Stewart it Al. Addison White is Rebecca White. Tuesday dec 21. Theodore Banning is l d j Stewart. Violet Smith is Lawrence w Smith. Imbecility Sarah Brown. Jeremiah Rusk is the Monarch Coal co. Wednesday dec. 22. Peter Forney is Edward i Forney it Al. Jemima Brown is robot Brown. James Allison administrator is William Rosenberry. Mary a Williams is George g Williams. Thursday dec. 23. Bertha Brinkman is John Des Secker. Richard neighbor is William h Mayberry. A Letita Clark is Lambert Fribley. Albert g Meese is John Mark Ley. Emma Quin is John Quin. Of and ii Berring is w f Burt. Friday dec. 24. A d Woodford is Allen Richardson. Alvin Vinton is John s Nelson. The Ohio Farmers insurance co is the incorporated Village new Philadelphia. David Judy is Benj Fisher. Callie Abbuhl is John Erwin. Elmer b Reese is George Crise. Joseph Rosenberry is Jacob probate court. Otice is hereby Given that the following accounts and vouchers executors administrators guardians trustees and assignees have been filed in the office the probate court Tuscarawas county Ohio and will be for hearing saturday january 8th, 1887, and continue from Day to Day until All Are disposed final account and vouchers James c Forbes administrator the estate Louisa e Forbes deceased. Second account and vouchers Jacob Gebhardt administrator the estate James Mccollum deceased. Final account and vouchers John Ramsey administrator the estate Rachel Fox deceased. Final account and vouchers John Ramsey administrator with the will annexed the estate Reuben Fox deceased. Final account and vouchers George w Schilling administrator the estate Christian Hagner deceased. Second account and vouchers Isaac r Hendershot Assignee Daniel min Nich an insolvent debtor. Final account and vouchers Jacob f Lenz guardian Magdalena e Getz. Final account and vouchers Elizabeth Stein administer matrix with the will annexed the estate Conrad Stein deceased. Final account and vouchers Sherod w Ricketts guardian Virgil a Mel Vina to and William ii Ricketts. Fourth account and vouchers Samuel Slade administrator the estate John ii Carr deceased. Third account and vouchers Mary Blaser guardian Sophia e Blaser. Final account and vouchers Noah Mast guardian Emma j Miller. Final account and vouchers Engle liar Widder guardian John Mann. Final account and vouchers George f Williams administrator the estate Anna Lehupp deceased. Final account and vouchers Theodore f Crater guardian Anna Mcintire. Final account and vouchers Theodore f Crater guardian Edward Mcintire. Final account and vouchers the Ophilus k Williams executor the will Peter Williams deceased. Final account and vouchers Jonas Neff guardian John Ball. Second account and vouchers Cyrus Hummell guardian Blanch Hummell. Final account and vouchers William Iii Ester administrator the estate William Kitsmiller deceased. First account and vouchers John w. Johnson administrator the estate James George deceased. First account and vouchers j w Haverfield Assignee John f Welch an insolvent debtor. Final account and vouchers John Diefenbacher administrator with the will annexed the estate John France sr., deceased. Final account and vouchers John b Jones Assignee David m Good an insolvent debtor. Final account and vouchers George w Travis administrator the estate Jacobina Groff deceased. Third account and vouchers James Boals guardian James ii Boals. Supplemental final account and vouchers Benjamin g Mizer administrator the estate John Baker deceased. Final account and vouchers m w Nargney administrator the estate Jane m Nargney deceased. Second account and vouchers Samuel d Waltz guardian Moses Weaver an insane person. Second account and vouchers John Linard executor the will David w Kennedy deceased. First account and vouchers Catharine Heminger executrix the will Nathan l Heminger deceased. First account and vouchers Solomon p Miller administrator the estate Andrew Schrock deceased. Final account and vouchers John Rice administrator de Bonis non the estate Mary Sneary deceased. Second account and vouchers Samuel Rufer guardian Alicem Sarah a Florence a and Flora a Welch. Final account and vouchers has c Welty. Administrator de Bonis non the estate William e Aldridge deceased. J. W. Yeagley 51 w4 probate judge. The Boston clothing House leads All the stores in the Valley in the Way variety and Low prices. An elegant and Well made Unlyun dried shirt for 40 cents at the Boston clothing i Louse. What do you think a to Xiyu a genteel Winter hat Cap for 25 cents. They Are to be had at the Boston clothing House. A gift for All. In order to give All a Chance to test it and thus be convinced its wonderful curative Powers . Kings new discovery for consumption coughs and colds will be for a limited time Given away. This offer is not Only Liberal but shows unbounded Faith in the merits this great remedy. All who suffer from coughs colds consumption asthma bronchitis any affection Throat Chest lungs Are especially requested to Call at f c Miller amp songs drug store and get a trial bottle free. Large bottles $1. A splendid medicated All Wool suit red underclothing for $1, at the Boston one Price clothing House. Did you see those heavy and Superior overalls for men and Lions a Price 35 cts. At the Boston clothing reports times office december 16, 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. Oats new Bushel. Rye Bushel. Butter Pound. Eos a dozen. Buckwheat flour Pound. Iiams Pound. Shoulders Pound. Sides Pound. Lard Pound. . Beef Pound. Salt Goshen barrel. White Lime barrel. Akron cements barrel. Calcined plaster barrel. Land plaster ton. A a a barrel. Potatoes Bushel new. Dried peaches Bushel. Dried apples it Bushel. A a a a a Pound. Rags Pound. Onions Bushel. Hay ton new. Clover seed Bushel 60� Timothy seed Bushel. Wool. Fertilizers ton. 1886. $ 5 10 1 25 $ 4 45 1 20 1 50 73 40 27 66 8018 20 03 10 06 07 06 n 07015 1 15 1 00 1 35 Gay a 9 00 1 50 30 1 32 8s 3.4 50 8 00 4 30 30 35 00 notice. An election for the purpose selecting a suitable person for postmaster at this Post office delivery will be held in new Philadelphia saturday dec. 18, 1886, at the township House. Hours election from 10 a. Until 6 p. This election has tie endorsement lion. Beriah Wilkin in a letter to the Secretary the democratic meeting held november 26, 1886. All democrats having the qualifications electors getting their mail at this delivery Are entitled to vote. By order the democratic meeting nov. 26, 1886. W. J. Patterson cd n. O. Ii. Hoover Sec y. A Bir offer to subscribers. W e 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 alive amount we will Send both the times and Farmer one year. The Jolly four Ball at Page hal1, dec. 31. For Sale.�?300 acres first Clasi Plain and River Bottom land and about 70 acres Hill land being what remain unsold the James Waddington farm situated the new Philadelphia ant Uhrichsville Road near the town pit run. The buildings Are Good. This land will be sold As a whole divider to suit purchasers. The River Botton land would be sold in Small tracts. Also a farm 140 acres Plain and River Bottom land situated three and one half Miles from new Philadel phia. F. S. Romig. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. 35t for Sale. A Small farm 68 acres known s the Peter older tract Pike run a joining Coal mine no. 2. There a three dwelling houses the premise two Orchards and a school House. Sixt acres cleared and under Good Cui Tivi Tion and Good fences. All m gras Lenns reasonable. Possession can 1 Given at any time. For particulars Ca Frank Romig at times office c William Oliver Pike run. 39 any one desiring to sell Exchange buy real estate any kind chatte will do Well to Call the proprietor the times who will act As agent for to same reasonable terms. No charge made for advertising in the times win you employ us As agent. No names parties Given to the Public but Inai known Only to those wishing to in Chase. Quot for Sale Price $270.�?four-hors Power i plight portable engine Ereka. Manufactured by Payne a Cut new York. All fixtures go with it. Is in Good order and As been used let a Short time. A bargain in it. Call s. Moore a Law office Over citizen National Bank. For a 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 18tf remember that Mitchells dental office is the Only place in new Philadelphia where Gas is administered for extracting Teeth. I7yl an endless variety Glass and tinware every description at the 5 and 10 cent store next door to Miller a songs drug store. 44tf ladies can buy Fine laces and ribbons at astonishingly Low prices at the 5 and 10 cent store next door to Miller amp songs drug store. 44tf 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. Persons desiring to loan Money can have the same placed at 8 per cent., secured by mortgage first class real estate by John a. Iii mks new Philadelphia 18tf drop into the 5 and 10 cent store next door to Miller amp songs when you want to Purchase goods and secure big bargains. Of Good and Well made clothing always to be had at the lowest prices at the Boston one Price clothing House. An elegant and Well made Sunlai dried shirt for 40 cents at the bos clothing House. Or. J. L. Wallace the genial manag the Gentsch drug store is a the Ough expert in filling prescriptions

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