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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - October 7, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday october 7, 1s86. Number 41h new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday october 30, 1886. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. It the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following Kates one year Cash in advances 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 to remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. #5�?oaddress All matter intended for publication to tie editor. Laws newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use it whether he Lias ordered it not will be held in Law to he a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without forming tie publishers and tie paper is sent to tie former direction they Are held responsible notice should always be Given removal. If subscribers refuse neglect to take papers from the office place to which they Are sent they arc held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to discontinue. Official directory. District. Congress Beriah Wilkins state . W. Crites common pleas Pree county. Rte present Active. Probate judge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. 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. 1. Neumann s. Kufer w. K. Lash i 11. Kenner . I. Hoover j. Wherley it j. Porter l. City Daniel Korns. Limes h. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip get Man. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. B. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. Mayor clerk marshal Street commissioner Council justices. Names. Townships. Post office. Daniel Krebs. Clay. Lock no. 17. Janies a Stoutt Wayne. Dundee. George Bear. Perry. Cadwallader. 1saac couts. Washington Paoli. Henry Deible. Bucks. Baltic. T Richardson. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. It i Galbraith. Warwick. Tuscarawas. T k Robinson. Warren. New Cumberland Philip a Garver Franklin. Strasburg. John Smith. Goshen. Barnhill. Jas Galbraeth. Rush. Tippecanoe. John Milone. Mill. Uhrichsville. Daniel Richards Goshen. New Phi lady a. T 15 Rankin. Rush. Gnadenhutten. L s Winsch. Clay. Gnadenhutten. And Timmerman. Perry. Cadwallader. S y Kenneke. Fairfield. New Phi lady a. L s Mckinney. Sandy. Mineral City. We e Reck. Goshen. New Philada a. Samuel 0 Kline. Lawrence. Bolivar. J 11 Gardner. Warren. New Cumberland a Toby to Coruthers Washington Albany. John Wetter. Wayne. Dundee. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. York. New Philada a. Rucks. Baltic. T j Stocker. T h Mozena. Salem. Port Washington Mill. Uhrichsville. Joseph Healea Mill. Dennison. Has f Davis. It in Ford. Newcomerstown c 0 Fernsel. Franklin. Strasburg. Levi Travis. Auburn. Ragersville. J w Newburg. Dover. Canal Dover. Jos i Lostetter Dover. Canal Dover. Nich Montag. Dover. Canal Dover. Wesley m Tracy Andy. Mineral City. John 11 Jones. Auburn. Ragersville. Hiram Lehman. Warwick. Tuscarawas. David Breymeir Lawrence. Zoar. Lewis c to liars. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. L a Cornett. Salem. Port Washington John s 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. It Oxford. Newcomerstown 1 i Kuhn. Y Ork. Black band. s Wagner. Union. Uhrichsville. J l Baldwin. Union. Leesville. Church directory. every sunday at a. And 7 clock p. 111. Sunday school t 9 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday veiling. Cj1kisti every lords Day morning at 10 in a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 0 clock a. Methodist episcopal preaching every sabbat h at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Sunday Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. Max every Sun in at 1030.a. And 2 15 p. M., alternately inday school at 9 00 a. Prayer meeting Ery wednesday evening at 7 15. On the St sunday morning service each month concert in tie evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United a caching every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. Lodge directory. chapter no. 38, it. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniel Getzman see a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. A a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mellaine . G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights pythias equity Lodge no. 73. Meets in their Castle Lylall. Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck W. Dincan k. Of r. And s. I. O. O. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. F. Kisl1g, x. G. I. A. , rec. Sec a. I. 0. O. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stempfly x. G. P. Skol rec. Sec a. . 0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. J. J. Park 1. I. A. Correll scribe. I. 0. 0. . P. U. A no. 8, meets every third thursday evening in each Mouth at Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. J. W. Dodd Comdr. S. Hirst Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. A meets every first and third monday night at to Weir Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. W. Bowers commander. Royal Council meets every first and third Friday each month in knights pythias Hall. W h. Miller. Regent. J. S. , Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday each month at g. Hall. E. Kaserman pres. We. Bowers Cor. notice. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned has been appointed administrator the estate Joseph Kolb deceased late Tuscarawas county Ohio. All interested will please take notice. John s. Graham sept. 1st, 1886. 41w3 ticket member Congress Beriah Wilkins Tuscarawas county. Democratic state ticket. Secretary state John m Bride Stark. Judge the supreme court m. I. Follett Washington. Clerk the supreme court j. W. Cruikshank Miami. School commissioner Leroy d. Brown Butler. Board Public works l. W. Ludwig Cuya hoga. For common pleas judge j. Ii. S. Trainor. County ticket. For commissioner w. E. Lash Lawrence township. For infirmary director Ozias Delong. Salem township. For Coroner w. E. Beck Goshen township. Or. W. Ii. Watson is no longer an employee the times office. Any communication business for publication May he addressed to the times the proprietor in person. Bench and bar. Concerning the relation attorneys to the court judge Sharswood in his Standard work Legal ethics says a a the oath which attorneys take upon their admission to the bar undoubtedly looks to nothing like allegiance to the person the judge unless in those cases where his person is so inseparable from his office that an insult to the one is an indignity to the other. In matters collateral to official duty the judge is a level with the members the bar As he is with his fellow citizens his title to distinction and respect resting no other foundation than his Virtues and qualities As a Man. There Are occasions no doubt when duty to the interests confided to the charge the advocate demands firm and decided opposition to the views expressed the course pursued by the court. Nay even Manly and open remonstrance. No court jury Are invested with any arbitrary discretion to Detrimino a cause according to their Mere notions Justice. Such a discretion vested in any body men would constitute the most appealing despotism. Law and Justice according to Law is the Only secure principle upon which the controversies men can he decided. It is stated in a a Welsby a lives eminent English judges a that chief Justice Hall used to encourage Long arguments Points Law and hold kind a debate with counsel. His manner the Bench seems to have been rather easy than dignified Ordinary occasions. Of lord Hardwick it is stated that by the constant attention he always paid to tie speeches the bar he acquired during the Progress the cause a mass information which he did not fail to find the advantage in drawing up his judgments. He did not affect to he above learning from any even the youngest and most inexperienced the barristers and although it is to he supposed he often had to listen to the redundancies and superfluity is which too frequently disfigure the oratory our courts his Courtesy and politeness always prevented him from testifying the slightest impatience. In this he differed from lord Mansfield who singularly affable and courteous As he was in his general behaviour to the bar did not always think himself obliged to keep up the appearance attending strictly to speakers during a Long reply. Lord Hardwicke never gave in to this failing for failing it undoubtedly was to whatever exhibit Talent it May have Given occasion. On no occasion was he Ever betrayed into caul lotions temper such As both before and since his time have too often degraded the dignity our courts Justice. He never showed any signs haughtiness the Bench and the Placid urbanity his manner towards those who attended in Westminster Hall Lent an additional Grace to the eloquence his diction the profundity his learning and the acuteness his judgment. But Jodie republicans. A new Railroad project. New philadelphian catch the inspiration and receive the visiting officials the Zanesville and Newcomerstown railway with open arms. Col. Taylor Cambridge secured his nomination for Congress in the 17th District through the use a a Hoodie a if Republican testimony is Worth anything. Col. Poorman charges col. Taylor As follows a Tina card issued the eve the convention which nominated col. Taylor his leading opponent col. Poorman Slid Belmont county was overrun with the agents col. Taylor and herculean efforts made to distract and Divide the republicans the county. Money was sent to various Points to be used in secret methods to obtain voters to a a capture townships and affidavits Are not wanting that men were hired to vote against me. In nearly forty years Active political life 1 have never seen passed through such a contest and i Hope for the Honor the Republican party never to see another like it. Having made an Earnest fight last Winter against fraud and Hoodie in politics i cannot submit without complaint to the use dishonest methods in my own will republicans say col. Poorman lies ? if this he True How can the g. O. P. Afford to elevate col. Taylor to office again ? we shall wait and see if the honest old party will rebuke those who use Boodle methods to get the nomination. On monday morning the citizens new Philadelphia received information from i r. A. Beers newcomers town vice president the Zanesville and Newcomerstown railway that some the officials the Road would be in new Philadelphia monday evening for the purpose holding a conference with our citizens with reference to this projected Road. Or. A. Beers vice president the Road . Edward Turner chief Engineer and general manager and Conner assistant Engineer arrived sometime in the afternoon and were welcomed by our people. A formal meeting was held at the Exchange hotel and judge Barnhill appointed chairman. Quite a gathering our leading business men and others were present eager to Aid in the project. Or. Beers then proceeded with a statement what constituted this company its prospects route and projected Point and what was requested at the hands the people Here and along the line and the advantages to Lee derived therefrom. The history the Road As we gather it from the . And his assistant Engineer is that the company is composed chiefly Zanesville capitalists men whose business experience has been Large and successful and who have not Only the financial ability but the Pluck and nerve to put the Road through. The Road has already been surveyed and located As far As Newcomerstown and the right Way secured Over nearly that entire portion the Road. Its route is from Zanesville to Otsego Plainfield and Newcomerstown and then it is proposed to run to new Philadelphia and connect with the Valley Road at Valley Junction. In striking these Points the Road will extend up the Valley White eyes Creek and wills Creek to the Mouth Murlatt a run and crosses the Ridge at Low school House and Down the Valley to Newcomerstown crossing the Tuscarawas River near the county line Between Tuscarawas and Coshocton counties thence parallel with the Amp m. Road to Bethel thence up the Valley the East Branch Buckhorn Creek and Cross the dividing Ridge by Tunnel Over Oldtown Valley and Down that Valley to new Philadelphia and thence up a Branch Beaver dam and thence through the dividing Ridge and thence to Valley Junction connecting with the Valley Road making almost a Bee line to Cleveland from Zanesville. The importance this Road May he seen at a glance. It would make one the Best Coal roads in the state. 11 passes through a solid Field Coal from Newcomerstown to Zanesville and the very Best Coal at that. There Are three veins Coal in that Region. The first above the surface is six feet and the next one four feet and about ninety feet below the surface is an eight foot vein. Also the route from Newcomerstown to new Philadelphia is through another As Fine Coal Fields As there is in the state and excellent Quality. The route from new Philadelphia to Valley Junction is through an extensive Coal Field. Another advantage this Road would have is that it would make 38 Miles Shorter route from Pittsburgh to Cincinnati by Way Zanesville Over the Baltimore amp Ohio Road than by Way Columbus and Little Miami Road and 13 Miles Shorter than by Way Dresden Junction Over the Muski Ngum Valley system and will make the shortest route from Cleveland to Cincinnati. It is 40 Miles nearer Cleveland from the Center these Coal Fields than from where the Pennsylvania company has to haul Over. The company will commence the Survey Between Newcomerstown and Valley Junction next monday and when j the Survey is completed will have a proposition to make to our people and All along the line. The probabilities Are that the right Way secured is All they would ask. And taking in View the fact that it will afford a valuable outlet to our town and Vicinity in the Way competing lines affording us cheaper rates freight and the increased conveniences Westward to the pan ii Andle Road at Newcomerstown and the Benefit to our town generally ought to prompt our citizens to a careful consideration this proposition. This company has a satisfactory guarantee that if they build the Road to Valley Junction that the Valley Road will connect with them making one continuous line through by Way Canton and Akron to Cleveland. These men assure us that this is no Wildcat scheme hut a fixed determination their part. The question is will we help a Little by securing the right Way ? will we turn them away and let them build elsewhere and thus construct another Fence around our Little City. It is now never with us. We bring in our own verdict in this Case and Trust that it will he a favourable one. Certainly crazy. Foraker a political Folly disgusting his Best friends. We received this week the anniversary number the democratic Standard a weekly paper published in Coshocton. If the circulation the Standard is in proportion to the size Titis number it certainly has a Bright future before it for this Issue is a 9 column 12 Page paper. We Are satisfied the Standard has the largest circulation any paper published in Coshocton county As Well As its share Public printing. A paper established As this one when there was already a democratic paper in the county naturally puts it upon its Merit and the Success the Standard has evidently proven it equal to the task always clean Cut in its principals fearless in its advocacy what it believed to be right and always the Alert in obtaining the news the county. The democracy Coshocton county owe a debt gratitude to this paper a full share patronage. Rev. Downs Republican candidate for Congress was in town tuesday and wednesday looking after his forlorn Hopes. You can to get there brother Downs. You May As Well save your time and expense. J. H. S. Trainer candidate for common pleas judge was in new Philadelphia tuesday shaking hands with his friends. Columbus o., oct. 3.�? special a the Foraker Campaign sideshow gave another their tragic farces yesterday afternoon. The oleaginous lobbyist Van Antwerp Bragg amp co., now playing the private Secretary act to the greatest Clown in the state has inflicted the people with another a a skinning affidavit lie now announces that after wide research a Man has been found who makes affidavit that . Montgomery physician in charge during the late democratic administration at the Penitentiary wanted him to Tan the entire hide a convict who was to be executed in the institution the doctor stating he desired to have the skin mounted for the museum a medical College. What a physician says. Without commenting upon this charge the words one the Ablest physicians in this City and a Republican who has held an official position Are Given. That gentleman is . W. B. Carpenter a conscientious Christian Man who commands the respect every member the Community. The doctor was asked a a what do you think fora Kerbs last affidavit the skinning a convict a a there is some improvement inasmuch As the fellow is not a convict hut i am thoroughly disgusted with the whole affair. In the first place it is foreign to a political Campaign and in the second assuming it to be True what does the charge amount to ? is it any More a crime to skin a convict and place his hide in a museum than it is to carve them to pieces a dissecting table throw the flesh into the sewer boil the Bones and construct skeletons the Laws the state have wisely provided that the bodies criminals abandoned by their friends shall become the common property medical colleges. And it being in the summer months if this particular convicts body was not wanted for any other person . Montgomery was violating neither the moral nor statutory Law in removing the skin and mounting it. The Large medical museums Europe nearly All contain a mounted Man and the action . Montgomery in endeavouring to secure such a thing is the last argument i should Ever thought having been used in a political a then you done to approve the actions the Foraker inquisition committee a a not a hit. It is my firm belief that they Are doing the party More harm than Good. 1 say this because i shall never vote for any Man who has been connected with this disgraceful Petty Foraker has another idea. Last tuesday a Brilliant thought flitted through the brain our alleged governor. It was that the proof enormous stealing could he secured if the private accounts the superintendents departments Wras in Possession the gang. Officers were armed with search Wair ints and quietly sent to these gentlemen who willingly turned Over their books without the persuasion a warrant and Here is the result in the words one the emissaries George Jenkins Secretary the Hoard managers the Penitentiary found nothing wrong. A a now that you have the account Hooks i suppose some startling revelations democratic stealing will he a a no there seems to he a missing link somewhere. The Hooks appear to he a a then you Haven to discovered any stealing after All a a ooh its there hut we can to find it they must have covered up their tracks pretty the worst break All. One the worst Breaks the investigating gang has made was in regard to the meat contract. The governor received a letter from a Farmer who made the startling announcement that under the democratic management the Penitentiary a neighbor his was Given the enormous percentage 50 cents per Hundred weight for purchasing beef the Hoof. This course was a lie but then a comparison with the meat contract under the present Republican administration will he in order. That contract was let to Gus Lowenstein a Ive Althy Cincinnati beef Packer and personal Friend Foraker sat 6� cents per Pound. Governor Foraker himself introduced Lowenstein to the Republican members the Hoard managers and gave them to understand that he would like to see his Friend receive the meat contract and he got it. Bids were not asked for and the thing we As done the quiet. Or. W. A. Weinrich one the wealthiest cattle dealers in this City was visited by your correspondent and stated that he had offered to furnish meat to the Penitentiary at 5� cents per Pound being 1 cent less than the contract Price. He also stated that . Lowenstein told him personally that he secured the contract through the influence governor Foraker. But even this is not All. Hearing that hundreds pounds meat for which the shite paid 6 cents per Pound was being sold to a soap factory for 40 cents per Hundred weight your correspondent visited the place. It was the soar factory Otto l. Bick amp son and the Junior member the firm was seen. He stated that Large pieces spoiled fresh meat were generally in the refuse matter purchased from the Penitentiary the amount often reaching Over one Hundred pounds. The reason for this is that Lowenstein ships his meat from Cincinnati and frequently failing to sell the entire amount he shoves what is left into the Penitentiary and allows it to spoil their hands instead his dealer. Crossed the Border. Texas again excited Over another outrage. An affair Wirich May cause As much trouble As the cutting Case. Consul Brigham investigating. Jesse Cook father Rev. J. A. Cook this City came Down from Scio to see his son and attend the fair. Subject Rev. Cooks Sermon next Sabbath morning a loyalty to the Church. Tel paso Texas oct. 4. Another International episode has come to Light Here which May become As famous As the cutting Case. Last Friday two workmen at the Atchinson Topeka amp Santa be Roundhouse at Calvert station near Here saw two mexican officers pursuing a Man a Short distance from the Roundhouse. The officers tired at the fugitive six times and finally overtook him. They were seen to strike the Man the head several times with their revolvers. After seizing him they did not carry him to Elpaso but crossed the Rio Grande by fording holding the prisoner Between them. The officers said the prisoner was an escaped mexican thief and although the Santa be workmen knew the mexicans had no right to pursue the fugitive into Texas they did not interfere because the fugitive was an alleged mexican. Now comes the discovery that the fugitive was an american Columbus Brown Horn and raised in California. It seems Tomt Brown had been charged by a storekeeper in paso Del Norte with an attempt to steal a shawl for which he was convicted the storekeepers statement and sentenced to work the streets. Part his duties was to Light the Street lamps followed by a mounted guard. He sought the first Opportunity to escape and was pursued As previously stated. When the Santa be workmen saw Brown it was after he had been cruelly beaten. His face was covered with blood and lie was forcibly dragged along by the two officers. Brown did not speak was out breath and seemed to he unconscious the presence any one except the officers. Not being Able to distinguish the Many a features the statement was readily accepted that Brown was a mexican. The whereabouts Brown since his kidnapping is a mystery and the efforts to ascertain where he has been incarcerated thus far have failed. Two reporters crossed the River last night and tried to ascertain from the prison guards the names the officers who had pursued Brown into Texas but the guards said it would he very improper in them to say anything. The affair has aroused a great Deal indignation. There is talk indicting the mexican officers As soon As their names Are ascertained and then formally demand their extradition. The reporter ascertained that Brown had Veli Emerly denied the charge theft Laid against him but appeared to he without friends Money. Consul Brigham has taken hold the Case and is trying to find the present whereabouts Brown who he thinks is incarcerated in one the windowless cells a prison. The Roar the earthquake louder than the noise Battle the tumult the storm. New York oct., 3.�?captain f. 5y. Dawson the editor the Charleston yews and courier gives some details concerning the late earthquake which had not yet been made Public. Captain Dawson the evening the first terrible Shock went Home Early and missing his night key went around his House and entered by a rear Entrance. He had just reached his room when the Shock came and the fact that he had been unable to go in by the front door probably saved his life for the front his House was one mass ruins. Captain Dawson said a the first unusual thing surprising to me was the Long rumble and gradually increasing Roar which you have heard so much. Then came the swaying Back and Forth the rotary motion and the heaving As a ship in a heavy sea. To give you some notion the noise which accompanied lie earthquake and about which Little has been said although it was one the most potent factors in creating uncontrollable terror among the people i May say that i never knew that about 20 tons Brick from the front my House had fallen from 40 to 50 feet demolishing everything in its Way. Many us have been through scores Battles have seen pretty had storms at sea and yet nothing can equal the terror producing effect that horrible Roar which Price codes an earthquake. At the news and courier office the parapet 50 feet above the sidewalk is composed nearly 100 tons Granite Block one which required 40 men to turn Over. These were All brought Down to the sidewalk in the first Shock and yet no one in the building heard them fall. A Captain Dawson says he has the first floor his House a tank holding 2,000 Gallons water. The tank was uninjured hut the shaking was so violent that All the water was thrown out. Charleston s. C., oct. 3.�?there have been no shocks Here for the past 4s hours and hut two three slight tremors at Summerville. The weather was pleasant today Cool enough for Light overcoats and fires. Religious services were held by All the congregations. The presbyterians held a Union meeting at Westminster and other congregations worshipped wherever practicable in Church buildings. Today about 800 excursion lists arrived Here by the Atlantic coast line Many coming from Richmond Washington and Baltimore. The proceeds the excursion will lie turned Over to the Relief fund by the Atlantic coast line and connecting roads joining in the excursion. It May be interesting to recall the fact that since the introductory Shock August 27, called the a Summerville incident a there have been exactly 31 distinct shocks earthquake. Shocks have occurred 19 Days. The above record does not include any the slight tremors Many which have occurred and Many More imaginary ones. Court convened tuesday with with judge Pearce the Bench. The Calendar contained 348 civil cases and 27 criminal cases. The grand jury is in session and will doubtless swell the criminal list several More. The term a very pleasant wedding reception was Given at the residence a. J. Smith in canal Dover sept. 23rd in Honor the marriage . William Smith to miss Sadie Alli Eliouse. Many invited guests were present and All seemed to vie each other in an Effort to make merry the occasion. The evening was spent in merry jest and singing both comic and sentimental songs. The newly wedded couple were the recipe Tants Many valuable and useful presents. The nuptial feast was an important feature the event. The table fairly groaned under the weight elegant cakes roasted meats fruits and other delicacies. The culinary part did great credit to those who prepared it. For the Happy and worthy Bride and Groom who have launched their boat the matrimonial sea we have Only the kindest wishes. They Are both amiable and posess those Sterling qualities that characterize the True Man and woman and make Home Happy. May they enjoy the richest blessings life. Our association that evening will Long be remembered by All present As a Bright spot in our pilgrimage and we extend to William and his estimable wife our most sincere and Hearty congratulations for their future happiness and Prosperity with the belief that that their fondest expectations will be realized. Ii. B. On tuesday this week a fire broke out in the roof a Small dwelling Situ rated near the Amp i. R., Northwest the school House in this place belonging to Oliver Knisely. The alarm fire was Given and the firemen were promptly hand with the Hose carts and ready for business hut 110 Steamer there. After a considerable length time the Steamer could be seen moving through the streets and finally it was discovered in seeing the lashing the air with a whip in the hands some one the engine that it was actually being moved along by a pair Small mules that was hitched so tight they pulled both ways and their gait was such that the firemen would have had ample time to attend a funeral had there been one at hand before the Steamer arrived. The House burned Down. A coloured family he the name Cramer occupied the dwelling who lost All they had even the Little sum Money amounting to about �4, that mrs. Cramer had earned by washing. They Are indeed objects pity and no doubt will be looked after by our citizens and properly cared for. Lilly clays gaiety company 25 Young and handsome ladies in All the latest and most popular songs the Day. The Beautiful Amazon marches a c., the very funny a new Ada less Eden a will appear for the first time in this City at music Hall Friday evening this week. You cannot afford to miss the great show. The Beautiful Alice Townsend As Peter blobs esq., the Masher. You can get your tickets at Harris pros. Jewelry store without extra charge and done to fail to do so. The Law firm Richards amp Wilson have removed their office to a suit rooms in the Chapen Block where the auditors office formerly was. They have leased these rooms for a number years and furnished them nicely and will be pleased to meet their Many patrons and friends in the new location. Entrance South Broadway. Twenty nine Shanes Villeso citizens got tickets to appear before the grand jury this week. If they Are All to testify to one charge it will make a Little Mountain evidence. Twenty five ladies bought tickets together for the a had aimless Eden show. They wanted to see How their husbands behaved at press. See the Midnight March the Amazon Queens at music Hall Friday evening this week. The champs Elysee minute at music Hall Friday evening this week. The new Ada less Eden at music Hall Friday evening. A famous Case. Personal notes. Assignment jury cases. Prof. Forney and wife this City left monday this week for Cincinnati where they will spend a week ten Days visiting and seeing the principal places interest. The professor is one those Jovial Good Fellows who is always ready with a pleasant joke and makes friends wherever he goes and we Grant that he and his better half will have a Good time while in the City. Or. Forney is one the unflinching democrats Tuscarawas comity and we Hope his party will Reward him sometime in the near future for his services. Or. Walter g. Shotwell a prominent Young attorney Cadiz Harrison co., gave the times office a Friendly Call monday last. Or. Shotwell is a very promising Young Man and has already built up a Good substantial practice in that county. The Only thing we charge the Young Man with is wilfully not maliciously carrying off one new Philadelphia a charming Young ladies miss Bell Mcllvain. Or. And mrs. Shotwell were visiting at the residence her father in this City. James Stephenson Leesville who has been a Law student a. L. Neeley gave our office a social Call monday. He leaves next week to attend Cincinnati Law school. Or. Stephenson is a Brilliant Young Man and will make his Mark in the Legal profession. Our Young Friend Larvy Barnhill Deputy probate judge who has been rust Cating in Vinton county Ohio for the past four weeks returned saturday last looking Hale and Hearty. Or. Barnhill is an efficient officer and we Are glad to have him among us. Or. J. Dorsey new Ilavern l�?Ta., is visiting relatives and friends in and about new Philadelphia. Miss Mary Wyss Sherrodsville and miss Ida Rufer this City Are visiting friends in Toledo. Or. Phillip honk Tracy Thi county gave the times office a Call wednesday. Lie is discharging the duties a grand juror this week. The supreme court strikes a celebrated Case from its records Columbus o., october 5.�?special.�? the supreme court announced a number decisions this morning. The most important one was the Case brought by Mary f. Anderson against Joseph w. Brewster auditor Hamilton county and the Case was intended to he a test the Dow Law and was dismissed account failure to file a printed record. This Case although stricken from the records supreme court will always stand a Monument to the chicanery and unprincipled Fondue the leaders the Republican party. The Case was rushed through the common Picas and circuit court at Cincinnati let a Thomas Mcdougall and City solicitor Coppack who not Only deliberately lied and misrepresented the Case hut violated every Rule the court. But the Wool pulled Over the eyes the judges did not remain there Long and the proceeding was denounced As a High handed outrage by the Republican judges the Bench. Mcdougall and Coppack when confronted with the evidence their guilt admitted it and excused their conduct by saying that they wanted to bring the Case before the supreme court As speedily As possible and the action the lower courts did not amount to anything any Way since the final test would be in the supreme court. The Republican schemers were headed off however and the Saloon keepers were accorded their unquestionable right to appear and defend themselves. The affair was one tie most disgraceful in the history the state and its promoters were Only too glad to see the Case dropped As it was. Card thanks j. W. Kolli p. M., Phillipsburg and Reuben Gonser Canton gave the times office a pleasant Call Friday last. Transfers real estate. Ananias Harper to David Donev 26 acres Dover township $1,530. David Judy it Al to Jacob a Beidler 106 35-100 acres Goshen township $6,-912. Andrew Reissi administrator to the Zoar society lots 17, 18, 19, and 20, Valley City $588.40. Catharine Mccullough to s. I. Hoover strip land Uhrichsville $200. John Booth to Janies Parsons it Al 152 acres Oxford township $6,750. P b Furney to Patrick Gibbon lot 90, Mineral City $500. Owen Foley to Patrick Gibbon lot 8, Valley City $100. I Vid Judy to Clement Johnson lot 10, new Philadelphia $225. Lafayette Edie to David and Geo. A. Anderson 123 57-100 acres Warwick township $4,150. Trios. Of Brien to Frank Graham 25 j 3-5 acres Mineral City $ 974. L. Williams to Berry f. Wells lot 99, Blakes Mills $750. John Parrish to Mary e. Patterson 36 acres Mill township $900. Frank a. Mazurie to Anna Campbell lot 4, Dennison $600. Sarah a. Stoffer to Amanda ii. George 30 acres Perry township $800. George f. Brick to John e. Brick acre Auburn township $30. Veterans to Aid suffering Charleston. Tuesday october 12. 14. Ii Baliell Brown amp co. V Samuel Havnar. 16. Rust King amp Cleft v Samuel Havnar. 19. John a. Roenbaugh v i in Price. Wednesday oct. 13. 46. Leuer v Robert Lynn. Thursday it. 14. 61. Huh Hill Brown amp co. V Frank j Ross. 67. David w. Reese v Charles r. Ebright. Friday oct. 15. 69. Joseph Fredenbur v Wheeling Lorain amp w. Monday oct. 18. 72. Mary f. Beatty v Edward Beatty. 73. Gregg amp co. V William Wingate. Tuesday oct. 19. 75. Stephen m. Johnson v Neri d. Chandler. Wednesday oct. 20. 76. Jane Scarbrough v the Queen insurance co. 84. Sarah e. Haskett v Donnell and Richards. Thursday oct. 21. 86. George Lenhart v John kratts. 88. James g. Henderson v Jason l. Henderson. Monday it. 25. 92. Lewis Maugherman v John Forney. Tuesday oct. 26. 95. Body Deis amp co. V Dennison Coal co. 97. Frank Marks y the Penn Iron amp Coal co. Wednesday oct. 27. 109. Anna Spesinger v Philip Zimmerman it Al. 112. T. If. Long a co. V j. A. Hawthorne. 115. Mary a Johnson v Mary e. Deary. Thursday oct. 28. 120. 11. Harvey v John Figert. 122. Benj. Beans v the Royal fire insurance co. 126. John a. Wagner v Christian it. 29. 128. Rae Hrach Lach amp co. V Charles court. The family . William Simmons deceased desire to express their Heartfelt thanks to neighbors and friends for favors and kindness paid them during their affliction. Jessie Simmons. New York sept. 22. Oom Mandor in chief Fairchild the g. A. R., has issued an order calling the veterans to Aid the Charleston sufferers. The order is in part As follows. I request department commanders to Call upon each Post in their department at once to appoint a committee which shall collect such sums As comrades and their fellow citizens in cities villages and farms May desire to contribute. The Money should he transmitted to department Headquarters whence it will be sent to w. A. Courtney mayor Charleston. That the action the g. A. May he prompt and effective it is suggested that receipt this circular each Post arrange for a Charleston meeting the g. A. R., and citizens the Vicinity he appointed to obtain subscriptions. Be sure that All outside our order who wish to contribute have an Opportunity to do so in such manner As May Best suit the locality. Greatly excited. Not a few the citizens new Philadelphia have recently become greatly excited Over the astounding facts that several their friends who had been pronounced by their physicians As incurable and beyond All Hope a suffering with that dreaded monster consumption have been completely cured by . Kings new discovery for consumption the Only remedy that does positively cure All Throat and lung diseases coughs colds asthma and bronchitis. Trial bottle free at f. Miller a songs drug store. Large bottle $1. Wonderful cures. W. I. Loyt a co., wholesale and retail druggists Rome ga., say we have been Selling . Kings new discovery electric bitters and Bucklen a Arnica Salve for two years. Have never handled remedies that sell As Well give such Universal satisfaction. There have been some wonderful cures effected by these medicines in this City. Several cases pronounced consumption have been entirely cured by a use a few bottles . Kings new discovery taken in connection with electric bitters. We guarantee them always. Sold notice 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 he for hearing saturday october 30th, 1886, and continue from Day to Day until All Are disposed . Supplemental final account and vouchers George e. Campbell administrator the estate William Campbell deceased guardian Nettie Huston. Final account and vouchers Samuel l. Anderson guardian Ellis Anderson. Final account and vouchers Alice j. Boone administer matrix the estate Amelia Boone deceased. First account and vouchers James a. Burgess and Galen d. Burgess executors the will David Burgess deceased. First account and vouchers t. I. Healea administrator with the will annexed the estate John f. Scarborough deceased. First account and vouchers Jonathan t. Romig trustee the estate Ray Romig. Final account and vouchers Frederick Walter guardian Robert Walter. Final account and vouchers John w. Criswell administrator the estate Mary a. Criswell deceased. Final account and vouchers Samuel g. Stoody administrator with the will annexed the estate Anne r. Aldridge deceased. Final account and vouchers Christian Meyer administrator with the will annexed the estate Wilhelmina Engel deceased. First account and vouchers Wesley Rosen Berry guardian Charles Rosen Berry an imbecile. Supplemental and final account and vouchers James p. White administrator tie estate John f. White deceased. Amended partial account and vouchers James m. Burt Assignee Garrett b. Smith an insolvent debtor. First account and vouchers William Quinn executor the will Luke Quinn deceased. Final account and vouchers John t. Simmers guardian Annie e. Simmers. Final account and vouchers Elisabeth Kugler guardian John Franklin Kugler. Final account and vouchers Elisabeth Kugler guardian Clara e Kugler. First account and vouchers Samuel Slade one the executors tin will Polly Armstrong deceased. Final account and vouchers a. Tufford executor the will Jacob Tufford deceased. First account and vouchers Francis hum Ingham administrator the estate Fredrick Wiandt deceased. First account and vouchers Georg Schuler executor the will Henry Ltd a Ltd is deceased. Final account and vouchers David Newton administrator the estate Alice Newton deceased. Final account and vouchers j. T. Mccullough guardian Emerson Davis. Final account and vouchers John h. Benfer administrator the estate Jonas Wardell deceased. Second account and vouchers Sylvester r. Fankboner executor tie will the Daniel Frank Boner deceased. Final account and vouchers Aaron d. Romig administrator the estate James ii. 11 Al wig deceased. First account and vouchers John Donahey administrator tin estate Robert Thompson deceased. First account and vouchers Wesley minor guardian Anna b. I Sinan. First account and vouchers Thomas i. Armstrong one the executors the will Polly Armstrong deceased. Final account and vouchers John Milone administrator the estate Rebecca Milone deceased. Final account and vouchers Benjamin g. Mizer administrator the estate John Baker deceased. Final account and vouchers Benedict Moery guardian Alice a. Moery. Final account and vouchers John f. Welch administrator the estate Mary e. Welch deceased. First account and vouchers William b. Thompson administrator the estate Martin v. B. Haskins deceased. J. W. Yeagley 41 w4 judge probate Market reports. Times office october 7, 1886. Flour Patent bbl. $ 5 10 a a a a v sack. 1 25 Best family bbl $ 4 45 Amber sack. 1 20 a a new Proe. 1 50 wheat Bushel. 75 corny new Bushel. 40 Oats new Bushel. 27 Rye a Bushel. 66 butter p Pound. 8 a 15 Funso it dozen. 16 buckwheat flour Pound. 03 h Amsz Pound. 10 shoulders to Pound. 06 sides 4 Pound. 07 lard�?j4 Pound. 06 tallow Pound. 04 beef Pound. 07@,15 Salt Goshen barrel. 1 15 White Lime $ barrel. 1 00 Akron cements barrel .1 35 calcined plaster barrel. 2 25 land plaster ton. 9 00 a a a a �?14 barrel 1 50 potatoes�?1? Bushel new .30 dried peaches�?14 Bushel .1 00 dried apples�?14 Bushel .75 a a �?14 Pound .03 rags in Pound. 01 onions Bushel. 40 Hay in ton new,5@6 00 Clover seed in Bushel. 4 35 Timothy seed in Bushel .2 50 Wool 30 fertilizers in ton. 35 00 for Sale.�?300 acres first class Plain and River Bottom land and about 70 acres Hill land being what remains unsold the James Waddington farm situated the new Philadelphia and i Uhrichsville Road near the town Pike run. The buildings Are Good. This land will lie sold As a whole 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 68 acres known As the Peter older tract Pike run adjoining Coal mine no. 2. There Are three dwelling houses the premises two Orchards and a school House. Sixty acres cleared and under go Oil cultivation and Good fences. All in grass. Terms reasonable. Possession can be Given at any time. For particulars Call Frank Romig at times office William Oliver Pike run. 39tf do not forget the Tuscarawas county fair at canal Dover october 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th. The entry books Are now ready and those desiring to make entries will find me at the drug store Hon. George w. Crites where i will Iki pleased to wait you and thus avoid the Rush second Day the fair. S. Mclean Secretary. Any one desiring to sell Exchange Oigt by real estate any kind chattels will do Well to Call the proprietor the times who will act As agent for the same reasonable terms. No charges made for advertising in the times when you employ us As agent. No names parties Given to the Public but made known Only to those wishing to Purchase. Of 30 to 50 Coal miners tit Eagle Hill mines near Zoar station Tuscarawas county. Steady work at Good wages and prompt pay. Mine dry and hoarding the ground at reasonable rates. No trouble strikes at these mines. Apply premises to w. Junes. 40w2. For Sale Price $270.�?four-horsepower upright portable engine Eureka. Manufactured by Payne at co., new York. All fixtures go with it. It is in Good order and has been used but a Short time. A bargain in it. Call at s. Moore a Law office Over citizens National Bank. 37 i Good second hand four horse Power engine and boiler almost As Good As new including All attachments. Will sell for $150. A bargain in it. For further particulars inquire at tie times office. 40tf buy your fruit Trees a Henbery Green House plants Powers etc., your Home nurseryman Daniel Wiss new Philadelphia He Sells cheap and guarantees satisfaction. 33t6eow for very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per Cunt interest investment. Also other desirable kits and properties. John a. Himes new Philadelphia . 18tf it you want to buy a Nice warm coat for yourself children Call j. Burry a wraps pal tots pushes Long Short asic Zachans and garments All kinds. J. Burry a son. 41 w2 persons desiring to loan Money can have the same placed at 8 per cent., secured by mortgage first class real estate by Juiyin a. Himes new Philadelphia g. 18tf for Good second hand Phaeton nearly As Good As new and Well painted and was made by first class workmen a All at the times office. 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. Wanted to borrow�?$500.00 $1,-000 for one two years. Good secur Ity Given. Address Box 87, new Philadelphia it i in. Drop into the 5 and 10 cent store next door to Miller a songs when you want to Purchase goods and secure big bargains. _ 36 we want 10,000 bushels dried apples and will pay 2.1 to 3 cents per Pound for same. 41w2 j. Burry a son. Jacob Gepfert Strasburg is Selling Fine top buggies Worth $75 for $55, 60 Days time $55 for Cash. 31 artificial Teeth $5.50 per set at . I. L. Mitchells dental office. New Philadelphia 17-Yl Gold fillings $1.00 Silver 50c. Cement 25c., at . I Itchell a office new Philadelphia 17-Yl

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