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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 18, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday november 18, 1886. Number 47 official directory. District. Beriah Wilkins Geo. W. Writes common pleas pc Pajaree Congress. State senator. County. Turese Illa Tive. Probate judge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. S Uri if. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins a. Figert g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. J. G. Neumann i s. Rotifer w. K. Lash r. Benner H. Hoover j. Wherley a j. Porter l. I Rantz Sec City. Daniel Korns. James 11. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. Mayor clerk marshal Street commissioner Council justices. Names. Townships. Daniel Krebs. James w Stoutt George Bear. 1saac couts. Henry d Eible. T Richardson. 11 g Galbraith. To Robinson. Philip a Garver John Smith. Jas Galbraeth. John Milone. Daniel Richards t b Rankin. L s Winsch. And Timmerman. S v Ite Ueker. L s Mckinney we e Beck. Samuel Kline. J 11 Gardner. Robot Coruthers John Wetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. T h Mozena. Joseph Ileal a _ Chas f Davis. C Fernsel. Levi Travis. J w Newburg. Jos ii Lostetter Nich Montag. Wesley m Tracy John b Jones. Hiram Echman. David Breymeir Lewis Zollars. L a Cornett. John s Spring. Charles ii Ellers John w Rolli. Hugh t i Unis. C a Kinsley. 1�?T h Kuhn. s Wagner. J l Baldwin. Clay. Wayne. Perry. Washington Bucks. Sugar Creek. Warwick. Warren. Franklin. Goshen. Rush. Mill. Goshen. Rush. Clay. Perry. Fairfield. Sandy. Goshen. Lawrence. Warren. Washington Wayne. York. Bucks. Salem. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Franklin. Auburn. Dover. Dover. Dover. Andy. Auburn. Warwick. Lawrence. Sugar Creek. Salem. Jefferson. Fairfield. Jefferson. Goshen. Oxford. York. Union. Union. Post office. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Cadwallader. Ippoli. Baltic. Shanesville. J Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. I Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. New Philada a. Gnadenhutten. Gnadenhutten. Cad valladers. New Philada a. Mineral City. New Philada a. Bolivar. New Cumberland Albany. Dundee. New Philada a. Baltic. Pert Washington Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomers town Strasburg. Rage Tsvi lie. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City. Ragersville. I Tuscarawas /.oar. Shanesville. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. New Philada a. Newcomerstown Black band. Uhrichsville. Leesville. Church directory. every sunday at i0 3u a. In. And 7 of clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lords Day morning at 10 00 a. Preaching morning my evening every third lords Day of Yaeli month. Sunday school at 9 of clock a. In. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 of clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 of clock. German every sunday at 103o.a. In. 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 tie 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. In. And 7 of clock . 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. . 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. Tayuko Sec a. Knights of Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Lylall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck W. Duncan in. Of r. And s. I. O. O. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. F. Kislig n. G. I. A. Corkill item. Sec a. I. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stempi Fly n. G. P. Seiil Roc. Sec a. 1. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday of each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. J. J. Parr P. I. A. Corkill scribe. I. O. 0. . P. U. C., no. Meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. R. J. W. Dodd Comdr. 8. Hirst Secretary. O. A. Crawford Post no. 6, meets every first and third monday night at Timeir Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. W. Bowers commander. Royal Council meets every first and third Friday of each month in knights of pythias Hall. W 11. Miller Regent. J. A Bigler Secretary. National Council no 52. Meets every second and fourth wednesday of Eracli month at g. R. H in. E. , pres. We. Bowkr3, Cor. Sec a. 1 a trances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. V. Ream jr., attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Office a Corner Public Square in Judy building new Philadelphia Ohio. Iy3 ul1us Dittmar a shaving parlor and Bath rooms next door re news depot liar cutting a specially. All Rork done with neatness and dispatch. Graham ii. Booth Torney at Law notary Public and con nicer. Special attention paid to collections tutors. Administrators and guardians acts. Office up stairs opposite the court be North Broadway. 4"yl after forty years experience in the reparation of More an one Hundred applications for patents in states and fore Jpn countries the publishers of the scientific american continue to act As solicitor for patents caveats Trade Marki. Copy pm rights Etc., for the United states and to it Tain patents in Canada England Ranee Nany and All other countries. Their expend is unequalled and their facilities Are Musur wings and specifications prepared and filed in Patent office on Short notice. Terms Ottery enable. No charge or examination of Model Rawings. Advice by mail free. I2gl0&5tific Argest circulation and is the most influential Maper of de kind published in the world advantages of such a notice every Patentee a Uge and splendidly illustrated newspaper Iblis bed weekly at ?3.00 a year and is fitted to be the Best paper devoted to science panics. Inventions engineering works and r departments of Indus a Progress pub in any country. It contains the names of and title of every invention patented week try it four months for one Dollar top to to tit. To in a ., publishers of scientific american Book about patents mailed free. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday. November 18, 1886. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. A Arthe new Philadelphia times will he published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in advances 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 after remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or la Ostoffie order to the address of the proprietor. A 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 Lias 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. Two Brothers by the name of Ingram were nominated for councilmen in Cleveland on thursday last one by the democratic party and the other by the republicans. We had two mistakes in our figures on election last week. Philip Getsman a vote was 3366 instead of 366, and Eli s. Tappin 3537 instead of 8537. These were typographical errors not noticed in proof Reading. Our candidate for the presidential nomination on the Republican ticket is James g. Blaine. We want him for several reasons principal among them is that he will he the easier Man for the democrats to dealer. The vote of parties in the Senate not counting the two undecided votes in Indiana and new Jersey which look democratic and the one contestable vote of Nevada stands republicans 38, democrats 35. The vote of Indiana and new Jersey will no doubt be decided in favor of the democrats and Nevada in favor of the republicans which would then make the Senate 37 democrats and 38 republicans which is very close. The Iron Valley reporter reports us As having said a a or. Lashes majority was 150.�?� that was in our first Issue after the election and we stated that then the returns were not All in. We were simply approximating from the returns afloat. In our last weeks Issue we gave the official result in Tuscarawas county and that his majority was 166. We do not wish to be understood As trying to show to the people a smaller majority than he actually had. Or. Lash is a gentleman and has been a faithful and efficient Public servant and the reason for his majority being behind the others is still a mystery to us. Governor Foraker and his administration go Back to the contract system of employing convict labor in the Ohio Penitentiary. The Law prohibiting or abolishing the contract system was passed by a democratic legislature and has never been repealed. The present Republican administration ignore the Lav and in violation of it again bring convict labor in Competition with honest labor. That will strike the Cigar makers hard As it will throw in Competition goods at $1.50 to $2.00 per thousand less than other dealers who will not handle goods manuf acted by convicts. The consequence is the labourers will have to make up the shrinkage by reduction in wages. _ we see by the Sentinel that Cadiz is trying hard to get a Railroad through that place. The Cannon Ball line from it Vernon to Wheeling has been surveyed through Harrison county and report favourably the route by Way of Cadiz. The company requires some assistance along the line but not to be paid until the Road is completed. The leading capitalists and business men of Cadiz Are working hard for it and meetings have been appointed along the line in Harrison county for the purpose of raising subscriptions. Cadiz has been shut out Long enough from the commercial world and her business men see the disadvantage of it. The Cannon Ball is a trunk line from new York to Chicago and is fifty Miles Shorter than by any other route. Master Workman Powderly declares the pork packers strike in Chicago off. There Are a few kickers but tie majority will go Back to work at the old schedule. A convention of the trades Union of the United states and Canada has been called to meet in Columbus Ohio december 8th. Objects of the proposed meeting Are As follows Pittsburg pa., nov. 14. The next Issue of the labor Tribune will contain a Call for a convention of All the trades unions in the United states and Canada to begin at Columbus Ohio on wednesday december 8th. The object of this meeting As set Forth in the circular is the establishment of a trades Congress that shall have for its object 1. The formation of trades unions and the encouragement of the trades Union movement in America. 2. The organization of trades assemblies trades councils or Central labor unions in every City in America and the further encouragement of such bodies. 3. The forming of state trades assemblies or state labor congresses to influence state legislation in the interest of the working masses. 4. The establishment of National and International trades unions based upon the strict recognition of the autonomy of each Trade and the promotion and advancement of such bodies. 5. An american federation or Alliance of All National and International trades unions to Aid and assist each other and furthermore to secure National legislation in the interest of the working people and influence Public opinion by peaceful and Legal methods in favor of organized labor. 6. To Aid and encourage the labor press of America and to disseminate tracts and literature on the labor movement. At this convention the basis of re presentation will be from National or International organizations less than 4,000 members one Delegate 4,000 or More two delegates 8,000 or More three delegates 16,000 or More four delegates 32,000 or More five delegates and so on. From each local trades Union not having a National or inter natural Union one Delegate. But no trades Union shall be entitled to representation that has not been organized three months prior to the session of this convention. P. J. Mcguire of the brotherhood of carpenters As Secretary signs the circular with president Weihe of the amalgamated association p. F. Fitzpatrick of the Iron molders Union a. Strasser of the Cigar maker a Union and Chris Evans of the miners association. It is expected that the gathering will be productive of great results for labor organizations. Thursday of last week was quite an important epoch in the history of or. And mrs. Fredrick Biteler of our City. It was the 73d birthday of mrs. Biteler. Her six children Abram Mooney of Perry county Ohio Bruce Berkshier of Dennison Helen Davis of Dell Roy mrs. Amanda Jones of Uhrichsville Catharine Ulrich of Rush township mrs. Rebecca Pollock of Dennison and Asberry Delong brother of mrs. Biteler of Phil a Ionia roads mrs. Wesley Andrews and a Lei a Stiteler of de Gerfield Daugh a and f or Frederick Biteler id others. A q came Voith Well filled baskets of Iasi a pricey Chicken Tine cakes and other kvjsjon8j and made Ita birthday party on Fqy be remembered by mrs. Biteler. K deed it a fitting tribute of respect put a to thug kind old lady by her Childrs friends. Mrs. Biteler was the recipe of several Nice presents and we Are in formed they even caned father Biteler but notwithstanding the fact he also is 73 years old he feels that he has but Little use for a walking stick. Mrs. Biteler has been married three times and or. Biteler twice and they Are now Well mated in age and disposition and Are happily descending the sunny Hills of life together to meet the setting Sun and await the Dawn of Day eternal life where All is Joy and happiness. May god bless these old people. Those $4.00 Hoy suits at the Boston clothing House Are wonderfully cheap. For Fine soaps perfumes and fancy articles go to Gentsch a drug store. Buy your school books at Gentsch a. They always have a full assortment. A Good heavy suit of underwear at 45 cents at the Boston one Price clothing House. The Boston clothing House leads All the stores in the Valley in the Way of variety and Low prices. Some people never Stop to think that a Page of copy or a proof Sheet in a printing office should be As sacred As a private letter. But it should be just the press. We Trust the readers of the times will Bear in mind the complimentary concert to be Given at music Hall on thanksgiving night for the Benefit of miss Annie Patrick and miss Fannie Sargent. This entertainment has been tendered to these Young ladies by their Many friends in new Philadelphia As a Token of gratitude for the cheerful and generous manner in which they have always responded to the numerous demands made upon their services in a musical Way and no Effort should be spared to insure a full attendance. The program will insure Complete satisfaction and will be one of uniform excellence. The Price of admission will be thirty five cents and reserved seats can be secured at the Harris Bros jewelry store the latter part of this week without extra charge. Al. G. Fields famous minstrels and Bro. Garners Lime Kiln club will appear at music Hall tuesday evening nov. 23d. Do not fail to attend this excellent minstrel company. Read what the Wheeling intelligencer has to say of them a of the Many entertainments Here this season none were so genuinely appreciated As the operatic minstrels. There was an appearance of Merit connected with their whole engagement Here that won the support of the town. They were filled splendidly their Parade was Good and their band pronounced one of the Best Ever heard Here. The entertainment is one continued list of agreeable surprises. The absence of the usual end menus chestnuts was noticeable and the musical part of their exhibition was pronounced by All to be the Best that has been heard in our opera House in a Long time. Dawn the gymnast who performs upon the Pyramid a number of thrilling balancing feats such As standing a chair on a number of bottles and thus raising himself to the extreme height of the ceiling is certainly a marvelous person and is one of the Strong features of the we mean All that is implied when we say that the Boston clothing House by their Low prices and fair dealing Are attracting a Large amount of new Trade to our town. Some of the new productions in Wall paper at Gentsch a Are most Beautiful. A finest cloth Iii assortment of children a the county at the Boston one Price a nothing House. The line of be. I i a a now on exhibit at g. Seim i a in i or amp sons has never been equalled m a ? Valley. Water was turned into to. Mains on monday last for time for the purpose of cleaning1"8 pipes Etc. In a few weeks More the Mains will All be Laid. The z., n. Amp Railroad. A Superior working shirt for men or boys of Good Strong material for 25 cts. At the Boston clothing House. Save Money by dealing at the Boston clothing House. It Lias been decided by the United states circuit court that a contract of a town to give to a lighting company an exclusive right for Many years to Supply Light for its streets and for the inhabitants is a monopoly and it cannot be enforced. The decision Given is in the Case of Saginaw Light . Is City of Saginaw Michigan. Prescriptions carefully compounded at All hours Day or night at Gentsch drug store. I a full line of school books at Gentsch so a store. We clip the following from the Zanesville daily i Imes recorder which is a partial report of Council proceedings at tuesday nights session at Zanesville touching the Railroad project in which our City has an interest. The N. Amp Road gets the preference and is granted the right of Way Over Public streets and alleys the committee on Laws reported that they had considered the ordinances granting the rights of Way to the p w amp of the a it v Sim and the a n amp railroads and reported the ordinance granting the right to the three companies jointly and another granting the n amp the right of Way West of the is m a and granting to the other two companies the right to locate their track either outside the n amp a or East of the b amp The ordinances were tabled and the gentlemen representing the companies invited to speak. The clerk read a communication from the directors of the z., n. Amp c., calling the attention of the Council to the objects of the Road and asking for the first location on the River Bank. Col. Boon strongly objected at first to the councils granting the petition of the z., n. Amp People but after a very Clear and forcible statement of the prior rights obtained by charter and location made by messes. Bailey and Turner of z., n. Amp c., colonel Boone conceded All they asked and said he would take his chances on the outside. Supt. Darlington of the Is Y., claimed for his company All the land to the Low water Mark and spoke of what that Road had done for the City in the past year. Or. Andrews looked at the matter As a tax payer and thought that All roads should have an equal Chance. Solicitor Gates said there was no need of a special meeting. Or. Lewis said he was willing to stay till Midnight and on Call the z., n. Amp Ordinance was read and on motion the rules were suspended and the ordinance passed. Ordinances granting the right of Way to the p. W. Amp And /. It. V. Amp m., and for a double track and switch to the Brick Yards East of the City were also passed. A handsome fancy shirt for 50 cents at the Boston clothing House. A Good heavy suit of underwear at 45 cents at the Boston one Price clothing House. If you want a first class overcoat at the lowest possible Price go to the Boston one Price clothing House. If you want anything in the line of Job printing do not forget to Call at the new Philadelphia times office. We have a Complete Job office in connection with the times and have just received a lot of fancy Type cuts and ornaments. Leave orders now for your Holiday goods. Call and see our specimen books from the leading paper firms containing the finest assortment of cards envelopes invitations and Holiday goods of All kinds. Our rates Are lower than any other office in the county. Work first class and a guarantee Satin fast Ion. Remember our office is Over the citizens National Bank on Public Square. Orders by mail promptly filled. A splendid medicated All Wool suit of red underclothing for $1, at the Boston one Price clothing House. What do you think of a boys genteel Winter hat for 25 cents. They Are to be had at the Boston clothing House. Charles Galbraith eldest son of Robert Galbraith of new Jefferson Harrison county met a sad Fate last a Eek. He went to his uncles on an errand and while his aunt was absent a few minutes he went into a room where there was a gun loaded it and it is supposed that he failed to put the Hammer Down after capping the gun. The position of the gun and the boy when found and also the wound would indicate that he was blowing in the muzzle of the gun. The gun by some Means was discharged the Ball entering the Mouth just Hack of the Teeth passing. Up Back of the Eye thence into the brain killing him Republican. A splendid heavy menus lined jeans pants Well Worth $1, can be had for 65 cents at the Boston one Price clothing House. A Good red shirt and drawer guaranteed fast color for 68 cents at the Boston one Price clothing House. A splendid heavy menus lined jeans pants Well Worth $1, can be had for 65 cents at the Boston one Price clothing House. A very interesting Book is now being sold by mrs. Martin of Caldwell Ohio. It is the work of or. De Hass u. S. Consul to Palestine and is entitled a buried cities recovered or explorations m Bible it is a grand work to read in connection with Bible history. It is a very fascinating Book and instructive and should be in every household. The largest Stock of mensa boys and childrens clothing in the City is to be seen at the Boston clothing House. At music Hall nov. 23. The minstrels coming so soon after the Alfa Norman opera company did a phenomenal business. The House was packed in every part with an audience composed of the Best people of the City. Congressman Steele occupied a private Box and seemed to enjoy the political hits of Al. Field in the Sentinel Peru ind. An elegant suit of Winter underclothing for 50 cents at the Boston clothing House. An elegant and Well made Unlyun dried shirt for 40 cents at the Boston clothing House. Unclaimed letters. The following list of unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office november 15, 1886 Robert Copeland Toh Meister w d Roen Berry s w Swabley s m Stern Thos Sheppard j Boundy Isaac Freeman Carrie Garver Osborn Hooper Theresa Holmes Harvey ii Pepper mrs. Sadie Weymer 2, mrs Sarah Wei Mer Jno Weimer James Waddington. E. Skibley r. Shooting affray. At Cadiz Junction saturday night Thomas Penn an employee on the Panhandle Railroad was shot by David Mill House and severely wounded. It seems that they had been in a Saloon and Millhouse who is about 17 years of age attempted to pick Pennis pocket and being discovered Penn slapped him in the face. This so enraged the boy that he pulled a revolver and shot him the Ball striking just below the left Eye and passing out under the Cheek Bone below the left ear. Penn was taken to his Home near the Tunnel and is doing very Well and will recover. Millhouse was arrested and is now in jail at Steubenville Gazette. An elegant line of children a overcoats ranging from one Dollar to seven dollars at the Boston one Price clothing House. A magnificent line of double breasted Chinchilla Coats and vests equal to the finest custom finish at the Boston one Price clothing House. Remarkably elegant in appearance and of specially Good value Are those $10 suits at the Boston one Price clothing House. You would naturally think they were made to order by merchant tailors. Make your prices As Low As you can possibly sell nothing but Good goods and Success is bound to attend. That is the secret of the immense Trade the Boston clothing House is constantly doing. Wonderful cures. W. I. Hoyt is ., wholesale and retail druggists of Rome ga., say we have been Selling or. Kings new discovery electric bitters and Bucklen a Arnica Salve for two years. Have never handled remedies that sell As Well or give such Universal satisfaction. There have been some wonderful cures effected by these medicines in this City. Several cases of pronounced consumption have been entirely cured by a use of a few bottles of or. Kings new discovery taken in connection with electric bitters. We guarantee them always. Sold by f. Miller is son. Just arrived. A Fine line of 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. If you want a Good pair of working or dress gloves go to the Boston one Price clothing House. A splendid medicated All Wool suit of red underclothing for $1, at the Boston one Price clothing House. Did you see those heavy and Superior overalls for men and boys Price 35 cts. At the Boston clothing House. The finest line of toilet articles to be seen in town is at Gentsch a drug store. A a yes the lord has sorter seemed to smile on me this year a said the Deacon As he stuck the porn Cutter into the Fence. A a a big Apple crop heaps of taters Fine yield of wheat and Oats big Hay crop and Corn a no. 1. Yes i feel As if i had been just then the deacons boy came from the House and whispered something in the old Many sear. A a two dollars for a pair of shoes a shouted the Deacon As he raised his head. A you Tell your Mother she can to have no two Dollar shoes. Well be Lucky if we get through the coming Winter without having to sell the Bosses to buy meat and a grand Ball and Oyster supper will be Given by Fertig Camp sons of veterans at Excelsior rink canal Dover Ohio thanksgiving Day and evening. Four Gold prizes. A $50 Gold watch Given to the gentleman holding the Lucky number. A $40 Gold watch an elegant Gold necklace a pair of Beautiful Gold bracelets and a solid Gold ring will be distributed among four popular ladies. All these prizes to be decided by tickets purchased by the voters. A Good supper Only 25 cents. Admin Ion 10 cents amount to be deducted from Price of supper. In the evening the floor will be cleared for a grand dance. Best of music first class callers and Evert Bing proper and orderly. Admission for gentlemen 50 cents. Ladies free. 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 Oil exhibit at Gentsch a drug store. Or. J. L. Wallace the genial manager of the Gentsch drug store is a thorough expert in filling prescriptions. Personal notes. Miss Ozella crites spent part of last week with friends in Trenton. J. O. Nargney of port Washington was in town on monday this week. Miss Della Mathews has returned to Canton to resume her musical studies judges Follett Jenner and Albaugh Are holding circuit court in this City this week. Joseph Parkinson and wife of Jefferson county spent sunday with ii. K Mitchell and family. Or. G. S. Kail of Washington d. Who is visiting relatives in Leesville was in the City a few Days this week. To learn that or. Henry Scheu of Ragersville is lying seriously ill with consumption and cannot recover. Or. Simon Bigler of Cincinnati for Marly of this place is attending circuit court this week and visiting friends Here. Or. S. Flora of Clinton Ohio spent Sabbath last with his family and friends in this City looking Hale and Hearty. Mrs. George Gardner and miss Anna Pocock of Newcomerstown Are visiting at the residence of i. T. Todriek on North fifth Street. Judge John w. Albaugh and wife of Canton Are spending a few Days at the residence of John s. Graham on North Broadway. Or. Henry Good of Ragersville who has been in Chicago for some time past stopped at this place tuesday last on his Way Home. Our Young Friend Charlie Bowers who is attending College at it. Union Ohio paid his relatives and Young friends a flying visit in this City a few Days last week. James Ward jr., and wife were called to Pittsburg last week by the serious sickness of or. Wards sister who we Are glad to say is now convalescent. Hon. Ii. Ii. Porter of port Washington e. S. Souers of Mineral Point and a. E. Lessick of Bolivar attorneys were in attendance at circuit court this week. George h. Menner who has received an appointment As mail agent left on tuesday for Pittsburgh to commence his duties on some Road leading from that City. F. Hicks r. F. Dent George w. Mulvane and t. G. Neigh or were registered at the Exchange hotel this City wednesday morning. Nitiss Laura Nelson of this City was awarded the Premium a four Dollar pin Cushion As the Best looking Young lady present at the Indian show saturday evening last. Or. Frederick Wassem of Ragersville gave our office a pleasant Call on monday last and left some Cash with us for the times. .Wassam is a Jovial Good fellow. The Thompson child that was awarded the Premium at the canal Dover fair As being the Best looking baby has been quite ill with lung fever but is convalescing now. We Are pleased to announce that miss Mary Kuhns whose illness at Canton necessitated the constant attendance of her Mother mrs. Or. Kuhns is rapidly recovering and is now with her parents in this City. _ or. A. Beers of Newcomerstown was in our City on tuesday of this week looking after the interests of the N. Is Ii. R. Or. Beers is a very energetic Man and enters into anything he undertakes with a vim and is a Good Man for his position with this Road. Aiden Benedictus dramatic ., supporting Walter Lawrence in the a a count of Monte Cristo a redeemed music Hall last saturday evening in a highly successful manner. The hungarian Gypsy students were a a called Back a and again appeared before a delighted audience monday evening. The next attraction at music Hall will be Al. G. Field and .�?Ts minstrels on tuesday evening next. A Man was arrested in St. George n. B., who had made an ingenious arrangement for suicide. 11c dug a grave and placed a coffin in it with Springs so arranged that any one lying Down in the coffin could pull a Cord which would remove a retaining Board when the Earth would Cave in and fill up the grave. Rev. E. A. Tanner of Plainwell Michigan has been asked by his congregation to resign. In his Serman he said that a any Christian who refused to vote the prohibition ticket ought to be yoked to the devel and made to toil for a thousand years on the hot pavements of six american citizens have been arrested in Southern Russia for preaching in an orthodox Assembly of russians. Or. Nothrup the United states minister at St. Petersburg has been endeavouring to induce the authorities to release the prisoners but so far has been unsuccessful. Or. Shrom pastor of the first presbyterian Church at Cadiz tendered his resignation on monday last and announced that he had accepted a Call from the fourth Church at Pittsburgh. A Cadiz Sentinel. Russia designates Prince Nicholas As her candidate for bulgarians throne and he is unanimously approved by All other Powers. Peace will now be the order of the Day. The scientific american is one of the very Best papers for mechanics or inventors. See advertisement on 4th Page under the head of a a Call at this office and see the paper where subscriptions will be received. The Casino rink will be opened for the season wednesday eve., nov. 24. Our correspondents will be no longer crowded out by politics. Let us hear from you again. Handbills were posted this week cab Quot ing for 25 additional workmen at the new Philadelphia pipe works. Roller skating is a thing of the everlasting past progressive euchre has departed into the dim Vista of crazes that so to speak have lost their grip and there is nothing As yet to take their places. How would the old fashioned spelling match answer ? the court Mill. Assignment of jury cases. At last nights Council meeting the question of granting free right of Way Over a certain Street and alleys to the N. Is Railroad came up and was discussed to some extent. We Are glad to note the fact that the councilmen Are interested and Are inclined to do All within the scope of their authority to bring the Road through new Philadel phia. The mayor upon a motion to appoint a committee to examine route and inquire into the Powers of the corporation appointed the entire Board of councilmen As such committee which committee is to report at the next Reg ular meeting of the Council december 1st, 1886. The officials of the Road and Engineer will be present then and will be prepared to answer All questions concerning the route to rough the town. We feel that we Are speaking the sentiments of our people when we say that the citizens of new Philadelphia Are perfectly willing that the right of Way be Given Over streets and alleys designated on the profile. The route will damage but Little private property and that part will be properly taken care of when the time comes to do so. Transfers of heal estate. Louisa Ellenberger to John w. Lager of 200, Dover $1,600. Erastus Fuller and Benjamin Carr to John Burry lot 78, it. Washington $1,000. Daniel coblents to Leroy Jones 1 acre sugar Creek township $65. Frederick Zurcher to James ii. Beal of 450, Uhrichsville $850. Thomas e. Wood to Jesse t. Walton strip land Mill township $600. L. Ball to Jas ii. Beal lot 351, Uhrichsville $800. Anna j. And G. Hawk to Mary Ann Swank 2 acres Sandy township $200. Maurice Moody to t. J. Hanley lot 9, Dennison $150. Maurice Moody to V. Mcclusky lot 20, Dennison $175. Valentine Renner to Alvira Sprague part lot 288, Dover $10,000. Joshua Baker to Jonathan Baker 33-100 acres Wayne township $3,-467.67. V. P. Renner to John Denzer lots 5, 6 and 7, Oxford township $2,200. Horrible butchery. Fiendish crime of a Farmer near Marine Kansas. La Ned Kansas nov. 10. Intelligence has been received Here from Hodgeman county of a crime which rivals in inhumanity and brutality the butchery of his family by Willie Sells the boy murderer. The scene of the tragedy is near Marine in the extreme Southeast Corner of Hodgeman county. Some seven years ago a Beautiful Young lady named Lowber fell desperately in love with Sam purple a Man whose reputation Tor sobriety and mildness of nature was not by any Means envious. Against the wishes of All to whom the Young lady was in any Way connected they were married and settled Down near Marine. They never lived very happily together and purples viciousness Cul emanated Friday morning last in the murder of part of his family and in his own death at the hands of an enraged mob three Days later. At the time of the murder his family consisted of seven persons himself his wite his wife a sister and four Little children the youngest of which was Only 3 weeks old. Friday morning his wife arose As usual and prepared breakfast. She then went to awaken her husband which so enraged him As to incite him to the heinous crime which followed. He sprang violently from his bed and seizing his revolver shot his wife through the body from which wound she died at once. The Newborn babe was next fired at with the same result. He next shot and killed another one of his children. His sister in Law miss Lowber was then selected and fired at the Ball passing through the Arm and lodging somewhere in the shoulder. As this emptied his revolver he proceeded to Load his Shotgun in order to Complete the work. A slight mistake in this was the Only thing that stopped the deadly proceedings. The powder was poured into one barrel and by error the shot into the other. With this he endeavoured to blow off the Bead of another child but As there was nothing except powder in the barrel the child a face was Only severely burned by the explosion. A heavy Blanket was then seized and wound around the suffering child and this securely wrapped with a heavy wire in the Hope that he might accomplish by suffocation what he had failed in by the use of the Shotgun. The child will recover although fearfully disfigured about the face. The murderer then mounted a horse and started across the Field toward Marine with the avowed purpose of murdering his wife a father and Mother. Before he could accomplish this however the wounded Young lady had made her Way to the Village and notified the inhabitants of what had happened and they had congregated for resistance. Seeing that his plan was frustrated purple hastened to Jetmore and surrendered himself to the authorities where he was placed in jail surrounded by a heavy guard. Last night a mob of about one Hundred men went quietly into the jail and demanded the prisoner who was delivered with Little ceremony. He was then taken Back to the scene of his crime and hanged to a tree. Only one member of the family escaped serious injury and that was the murderers Little boy who had hid under his bed when he heard his father Cleveland Plain dealer tuesday nov. 23, 1886. No. 26�?knolton amp Dolan is Adam Stocker. 51�?j Deis is Martin Brentzel it Al. Wednesday nov 24. 100�?lilley May Douglas is James Kennedy. Thursday nov 25. 75�?stephen m Johnson is Neri d Chandler. Friday nov. 25. 109�?Anna Speichinger is Philip Zimmerman. Saturday nov 27. 115�?Mary Ann Johnson is Mary e Deary. 120�?b Harvey is John Figert. Monday nov 29. 128�?bachrach, Lieb is is Charles Sheetz. Tuesday nov 30. 134�?elizabeth Beaber is John i Otis. 141�?peter Fahrney is Frederick Bigler it Al. Wednesday dec 1. 143�?City Bank of new Philadelphia is Frederick Bigler it Al. 144�?same. 156�?Anna Sperling is Edward me entire. 157�?Anna Sperling is Anna Mclyn tire. Thursday dec 2. 161�?grim amp Brown is Sid. France. Friday dec 3. 170�?Ohio on complaint of Flora b Taylor is Samuel l Dawson. Saturday dec 4. 130�?isabella a Demuth is James Johnson. 181�?Ohio on complaint of Sarah e Mathews is we Knisely. Monday dec 6. 183�?nathan Miller is George w Meese it Al. Market reports times office november 18,1886. Flour Patent bbl. $ 5 10 a amp Csc a a Best family bbl. Amber sack. A a new proc. Ii eat Bushel. Corny new % Bushel. Oats new Bushel. Rye Bushel. Butter Pound. Eggs dozen. Buckwheat flour Pound a hams Pound. Shoulders Pound sides Pound. Lard Pound. Tallow Pound. Beef Pound. Salt Goshen barrel. White Lime barrel. Akron cements barrel calcined plaster barrel. Land plaster ton. A barrel. Potatoes Bushel new. Dried peaches Bushel. Dried apples Bushel. A a a Pound. Hags Pound. Onions Bushel. Hay ton new. Clover seed Bushel Timothy seed Bushel. Wool. Fertilizers ton a 5 of 4 25 45 20 50 73 40 27 66 8�18 20 03 10 06 07 07 31 0< @15 1 15 1 00 1 35 0 25 9 00 1 50 30 1 12 75 03 01 50 00 00 35 30 00 a big offer to subscribers. We will Send the times and the american 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 of payment by paying $1.30 Cash but this offer must he 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. For Sale.�?300 191�?daniel Thomas is John Deible Plain and River Bottom Iam my it Al. 70 acres of Hill land being what re tuesday dec 7. 199 202 20 Susan e i Otts is Joseph t Mclean. Philipena Buchstahl is Rudolf Buchstahl. Lenora Thornton is Philip Sheetz. Wednesday dec 8. 312�?nancy Shannon is John a Hostetler trustee. Thursday dec 9. 235�?George e Camp Liell adm re David Judy it Al. Circuit court calendars november terms nov. 16, 1886. No. 1�?jennie Krantz is Edward Huffman. Error. 2�?elise a Thelmi is the Penn Iron and Coal company Appeal. 3�?isaiah d. Dickinson is James Burt it Al. Appeal. 4�?the Wheeling amp Lake Erie a r. Is the Pennsylvania . Etal. Error. 5�?samuel Slade administrator Etc is Adam Stocker Etal. Error. 6�?Thomas j. W. Richards is Joseph Axx it us it Al. Appeal. 7�?zachariah Stoner is school District no. 2, Washington township. Error. 8�?John a. Hostetler trustee is Alonzo Hardesty it Al. Appeal. 9�?City Bank new Philadelphia is Frederick Bigler it Al. Appeal. 10�?micajah seran is the Wheeling is Lake Erie r. K. Error. 11�?Mary a. Swank is Henry Rice it Al. Error. 12�?zebulon p Sparks is Frederick Lamb. Appeal. State of Ohio. Eighth common strict. Pleas Dis at a meeting of the judges of the common pleas court in said District held at Bellaire in the county of Belmont on the third tuesday of october 1886 ordered that the Day of the commencement of each term of the common pleas courts in each county in such District for the year 1s87, he fixed As follows to wit mus Kingham county january 4th, april pith november 14th. Morgan county March 15th, june 14th, september 27th. Noble county january 4th, april 5th, september 27th. Guernsey county february 15th,april 26th, october 18th. Belmont county february 8th, april 26th, october 4th. Monroe county March loth june 4th, Nove Niber 22d. Harrison county january 4th, March 29th, september 6th. Jefferson county january 11th, april 5th, september 20th. Tuscarawas county february 1st, april 19th, september 27th. Each term to begin at 9 of clock a. Ordered that the Lalair of holding the common pleas courts of said District be apportioned among the judges As follows in the counties of Muski Ngum Morgan Noble and Guernsey by judges j. W. Campbell and George l. Phillips and their successors. In the counties of Belmont and Monroe by judge St. Clair Kelly and his successor. In the counties of Harrison Jefferson and Tuscarawas by judges Joseph Hance and John s. Pearce and their successors. Ordered that the clerk of the court of common pleas of the county of Belmont get requested to Forward to the Secretary of state a copy of the foregoing order fixing the Day of the commencement of each term in the several counties in said District. Ordered that Joseph Hance one of the judges of the Suu division of said District is designated to supervise the execution of the foregoing order and to perform such other duties As May devolve on him by Law As such supervising judge. Joseph Fiance John s. Pearce St. Clair Kelley j. W. Campbell George l. Phillips judges. State of Ohio Tuscarawas county is. I John Figert clerk of the court of common pleas within and for the aforesaid county do hereby certify that the foregoing is a True and Correct copy of the original a times of holding common pleas court of the eighth j judicial District a now on file in said clerks office. In testimony whereof i have Hereunto set my hand and affixed the Seal of said court at new l. S. Philadelphia Ohio this Twenty fifth Day of october 1886. 44wo John Figert clerk. Acres of first class about Mains 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 be sold As a whole or divided to suit purchasers. The River Bottom land would be sold in Small tracts. F. S. Romig. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. 35tf for Sale. A Small farm of 68 acres known As the Peter older tract on Pike run adjoining Coal mine no. 2. There Are three dwelling houses on the premises two Orchards and a school House it. Sixty acres cleared and under Good cultivation and Good fences. All m grass. Terms reasonable. Possession e. N be Given at any time. For particular Call on Frank Romig at times office or William Oliver Pike run. 39tf for Good second find four horse Power engine and boiler almost As Good As new including All attachments. Will sell for $150. A in it. For further particulars at the times office. Bargain inquire 40tf 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 o parties Given to the Public but made known Only to those wishing to Purchase. J f for Sale Price $270.�?four-horsepower upright portable engine Eureka. Manufactured by Payne so ., new York. All fixtures go with it. It is in Good order and ast it Een used but a Short time. A bargain in it. Call at s. Moore a Law office Over citizens National Bank. Large speckled and spotted Bird dog and he has been kept and cared for by me. The owner can have the dog by paying for advertising Etc. 43tf Harry Kelly Fairfield. For very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per cent interest on investment. Also other desirable lots and properties. John a. Iii Mes new Philadelphia 18tf for Sale the p a restaurant and lunch room located in basement under Eckerty a shoe store will Lee sold at a sacrifice if disposed of in the next sixty Days. Satisfactory reasons for Selling. Call on or address mrs. E. Duncan new Philadelphia 45\v6 remember that Mitchells dental office is the Only place in new Philadelphia where is administered for extracting Teeth. _ j 7y 1 an endless variety of Glass and tinware of every description at the 5 and 10 cent store next door to Miller is 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 is songs drug store. 44tf do not forget to examine into our offers in real estate. See our list on 4th Page. We Are offering some extra bargains now on town property. Persons desiring to loan Money can have the same placed at 8 per cent., secured by mortgage on first class real estate by John a. Himes new Philadelphia Isth drop into the 5 and 10 cent store next door to Miller amp songs when you want to Purchase goods and secure big bargains. _ 36 wanted to borrow�?$500.00 or $1,-000 for one or two years. Good Security Given. Address Box 87, new Philadelphia Ohio. Before purchasing a feed Mill of any kind Send for Price list to Cyrus Mcoueen Baltic Tuscarawas ., 45w3 Good and Well made clothing always to be had at the lowest prices at the Boston one Price clothing House. If you want a Good put in of working or dress gloves go to the Boston one Price clothing House

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