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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - October 14, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday october 14, 1886. Number 42m new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday october 14, 1886. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. 4ftjthe a Kwh Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in advance81 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. 4�address All matter intended for publication to the editor. Laws of newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice o the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use of it. Whether he has ordered it or not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without forming tie 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 ticket official directory. District. Congress. State senator. Beriah Wilkins Deo. W. Crites common pleas go Aree county. A terrese native. 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. G. Neumann s. Rufer \ w. E. Lash it. Benner 0. Ii. Hoover j. Wherley a it j. Porter , Sec City Daniel Korns. James 11. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. B. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. Mayor Cut Erk marshal Street commissioner it Council names. Justices. Townships. Daniel Krebs. James w Stoutt George Bear. Isaac couts. Henry Deible t Richardson. R i Galbraith. T k Robinson. Philip a Garver John Smith. Jas Galbraeth. John Milone. Daniel Richards t b Rankin. L s Winsch. And Timmerman. S y Renneker. L s Mckinney. Win e Beck. Samuel c Kline. J 11 Gardner. Robot Coruthers John Wetter i William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. T ii Mozena. Joseph Healea _ Chas f Davis. C c Fernsel. Levi Travis. J w Newburg. Jos 11 Hostetler Nicoli Mon tag. Wesley m Tracy John b Jones. Hiram Echman. David Breymeir Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett. John s Spring. Charles ii Ellers John w Tolli. Hugh t Minnis. C w Kinsley. P ii Kuhn. s Wagner. J l Baldwin. Cray. Wayne. I Erry. Washington Bucks. Sugar Creek. Warwick. Warren. Franklin. Goshen. Rush. Mill. Goshen. Rush. Clay. Perry. Fairfield. Sandy. Goshen. Lawrence. Warren. Washington Wayne. York. Rucks. 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. Paoli. I Baltic. Shanesville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. I Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. New Philada a. Gnadenhutten. Gnadenhutten. Cadwallader. New Philada a. Mineral City. New philae a. Bolivar. New Cumberland Albany. Dundee. New Philada a. Baltic. Port Washington Uhrichsville. I Dennison. Newcomerstown Strasburg. Ragersville. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City. Ragersville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Shanesville. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. New Philada a. Newcomerstown Black band. Uhrichsville. Leesville. Church directory. every sunday at 10 j0 a. And 7 of clock p. Sunday school at 9 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lords Day morning at 10 0ba. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day of each month. Sunday school at 0 of clock a. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 of clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 of clock. German reformed preaching every sunday at 1030.a. And 2 15 p. M., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday of morning service of each month concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 of clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United Brethren or a. Liing every sunday at 10 30 a. In. And 7 of Veiock i it. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. Lodge directory. chapter no. As. R. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniel Getzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. K a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. A a. L. Mellaine. . G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights of Lodge. No. 73, meets in their Castle Lylall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. W. Duncan k. Of it. And s. I. O. 0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. F. Ivi Slig x. G. I. A. Cor Bill rec. Sec a. I. O. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. Stempfly x. G. P. Skol rec. Sec a. 1. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday of each Mouth at kid Fellows Lylall City Block. J. J. Parr c. P. I. A. Corbell scribe. Member of Congress Beriah Wilkins of Tuscarawas county. Democratic state ticket. Secretary of state John Mcbride of Stark. .1 bulge of the supreme court m. I. Follett of Washington. Clerk of the supreme court j. W. Cruiksi1ank, of Miami. School commissioner Leroy j. Brown of Butler. Board of Public works l. W. Ludwig of Cuya hoga. For common pleas judge j. H. Trainer. 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 of the times office. Any communication on business or for publication May be addressed to the times or the proprietor in person. I. O. O. . P. U. C., no. 8, meets every third thursday evening in each Mouth at Odd Fellows Hull. City flock. R. J. W. Dodd Comdr. Hirst Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. Fat meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. W. Bowers commander. Royal arcanum.? Council meets every first and third Friday of each month in knights of pythias Hall. W 11. Miller Regent. J. , Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday of each month at g. R. Hall. E. Kaserman pres. We. Bowers Cor. notice. Notice is hereby Given Itiat the undersigned has been appointed administrator of the estate of Joseph Kolb deceased late of Tuscarawas county Ohio All interested will please take notice. John s. Graham sept. 1st, 1886. 41w3 Admi Strator. Came to new Philadelphia As he had a right to do and As any other gentleman would and put up at the Exchange hotel and was taken around to see his friends in the same manner that Rev. Downs was entertained and demeaned himself As Well As judge Pearce or editor Mcllvain Ever does. And those who were with him Here and at Zoar and canal Dover Brand the Aboye assertion As a base falsehood. Hon. A. W. Patrick we. Criswell sex judge Patrick and All who saw him say so. People who know the truth till resent such attacks when they come to polls. The editor of the advocate becomes greatly agitated Over the aspect with reference to the common pleas judge in this subdivision and in his raving makes himself ridiculous by making Many false statements and mean flings at or. Trainer. In this weeks paper he says a the Saloon keepers who violate the Law the gamblers and the keepers of houses of prostitution Are specially Active in their opposition to judge Pearce. Why because he has enforced the Law against them when duly convicted or when they confessed their guilt before now we desire to Deal fairly with or. Mcllvain and we will agree with him to this extent that some of the Saloon keepers have been lined and otherwise punished by judge Pearce for offences against the liquor Laws but we do not concede the truth of the statement that they have been specially Active in their opposition to judge Pearce. The fact is the Saloon keepers have had Little to say in the matter and especially those in new Philadelphia. We have heard of no Effort on their part to bring any influence to Bear against j Edge Pearce or in favor of or. Trainer. The significance of this charge is it is an Appeal to the prejudices of the Temperance people against Saloon keepers an Effort to capture Temperance democrats anti get them to vote for judge Pearce under color of punishing liquor vendors. This is a Little trick or. Mcllvain practices in every Campaign and then abuses them worse than Black legs afterwards because they were not More easily hoodwinked. But when brother Mcllvain charges that gamblers and keepers of houses of prostitution Are specially Active against j Edge Pearce that Caps the Climax. We Challenge him to Point out a single instance of a Gambler being tried before judge Pearce or pleading guilty excepting two and they received comparatively the lowest line known to the Law. We Challenge him to Point out or name a single person who has been punished for gambling by judge Pearce and is now working for his defeat. Would not such an one have to be a Republican at that before there would be any Point in the assertion for if he was a Democrat there would be no improper motive in working against judge Pearce it would be a political privilege. We Challenge or. Mcllvain to Point out or name a single instance where a keeper of a House of prostitution has been indicted or in any manner punished by judge Pearce. Prosecutor j. F. Wilkin ought to know and he says that not a Case of the kind has come up. Now we Are not charging judge Pearce with any dereliction of duty with reference to the last two classes but what we would like to know is where Are the gamblers and houses of prostitution that Are trying to defeat judge Pearce and to elect or. Trainer ? will the editor of the advocate please inform us ? the Gist of the whole matter May he seen from his language a a do these Law Breakers expect immunity at the hands of or. Trainer if he should be elected i it Oes or. Trainer desire to be placed under obligations to violators of the Law or will lie repudiate the obligations implied by his solicitation of their vote in either Case he is an unfit Man to be made a judge. The Law abiding people certainly do not desire to have a Man on the Bench who owes his election to this class of people a Man who has tacitly placed himself under obligations to them and expects others to believe lie would repudiate such obligations a Etc. That is another Appeal to the prejudices of the people based on declarations totally false and that or. Mellvane knew to he false. He knows Well that these relations do not exist but presumes greatly on ignorance predominating among the people but in that he is greatly mistaken. Or. Trainer is too Well known in this sub District As being a gentleman a lawyer and a Lover of Justice to permit any such false and malicious attacks being believed. It seems to be regarded by or. Mall Vaine As being beneath the dignity of a candidate for j Edge for him to shake hands with his friends and Greet them in a kindly Way and that or. Trainer has overstepped the Bounds of propriety in thus visiting new Philadelphia. Will the editor of the advocate dare say judge Pearce has not done likewise. Now comes another wilful falsehood. A emr. Trainer is courting the votes of the people and goes about from grocery to grocery setting up the drinks to the boys. A More dastardly charge could not have been made. Or. Trainer the Cadiz Republican in discussing the subject of common pleas j Edge makes a mean fling at or. Neely As an excuse for the dissection among republicans on the judgeship. Or. Neely is Well known throughout Tuscarawas county As being a perfect gentleman and j Edge Pearce is Well aware of it too. Or. Neelys friends will speak in november. He has always been a Republican but Lias the manhood to Burl Back such flings. The Republican in the same article characterizes the lawyers that seem dissatisfied with the present judge As being of questionable habits. The fact is Many of them Are pronounced Temperance men and republicans at that and they will see to it that they rank equal to the author of that article in influence at least at the coming election. If it is a fight of a few lawyers and a few Saloon keepers As the Cadiz Republican says Why then this villainous abuse of or. Trainer Why make an attack on the private character of a gentleman Why fortify against so weak an enemy ? we have nothing to say against judge Pearce As a citizen. He is Only the com peer of or. Trainer in that respect. There is a great Effort being made throughout the District to impress the people with the idea that judge Pearce has been extremely Active in disposing of Legal business and in cleaning up the accumulation of cases on the docket. The records which Are the proper authority in that Case discloses the fact that he has not gained any in that respect Over his predecessors notwithstanding the fact that there Are now two judges in this sub District. The calender now disclose the fact that there will be about 400 cases in All including the ones to go on during the term for this october calender. There Are new calenders made out each term of court. A comparison with the calendars of former terms show that there Are now More cases on the docket of our court indisposed of than Ever before in the history of the county except in the years 1876, 1877 and 1878, during which years the record show that there were about one half More cases brought than during an equal period of j Edge pearces administration and at that time there was but one judge to transact the business of this judicial sub division. The additional judgeship was created by the legislature in order that Justice should be speedily administered. We have had about twice the length of former terms of court in the last 4 years and beside the common pleas judges have been relieved of District court work in the last two years. Or. Trainer has the reputation of being one of the Ablest and most painstaking lawyers in the state. He has a judicial mind and Cool temperament and we predict that if elected he will practically Clear the docket within a reasonably Short time As judge Hance did the Jefferson county docket. Hon. John Mcbride was at the Dover fair shaking hands with his friends on Friday last. Or. Mcbride is a Plain easy spoken Man who by his manner wins the respect of the Labouring Man and seemed to at once break Down the Barrier that the latter feels is Between Linn and the candidate seeking High official positions. He at once inspires Confidence in his fellow Man by his intelligence earnestness Manly deportment and his excellent social qualities. Or. Mcbride is very popular with the Labouring classes and will take three fourths of the votes of All the knights of labor who Are republicans. That fact will be proven beyond a doubt in november. Or. Mcbride now stands before the people with a clean record and a True and tried Friend of the Labouring Man and if the Labouring class mean anything in their demand to be recognized and represented in governmental affairs they will heartily support him regardless of party. A. Ii. Phelps editor of the Alliance Leader was nominated for Congress by the democratic convention at Alliance last thursday. Phelps is a Young american Democrat full of grit and ambition and should be energetically supported by All the Young democrats in the District. To overcome a Republican majority of 2,000 or so is not a promising Outlook but democrats done to scare at trifles nor a give up without a Light. A Carroll chronicle. Brother Phelps this is a Good year to make the Effort. The head of the ticket Hon John Mcbride will prove a Host in the race this fall and Many Good honest democrats will he Able to pull Down the Republican majority in congressional districts. Lion. John Mcbride candidate for Secretary of state greeted friends in town on tuesday. He reports the prospects As being favourable All Over the state for his election. Or. Mcbride is devoting his entire time and attention to the prosecution of the canvass and his Savity affability and conspicuous fitness Are making him hosts of friends wherever be goes. If judge Pearce has brought the lawyers to time and compelled them to attend More promptly to court business than they did prior to his administration Why were there 350 cases on the docket at the commencement of this term of court indisposed of will some one Rise up and explain ? the Survey of the route of the projected Zanesville amp Newcomerstown r. R. Will be commenced within a few Days. The arguments Iii the famous Webster murder Case Are being heard at Warren this w Eek. The fair at canal Dover last week was a Success in every particular. In fact never before excelled in the history of Tuscarawas county. The state of the weather was All that could be desired. The Sun shone brightly and the air was Balmy. The roads were in splendid condition. Nature had done her utmost in contributing to the comforts of the people and thus aiding the Tuscarawas county agricultural society in making the grandest display in its history. The officers spared no pains in advertising and working up an interest in behalf of the fair. Many Days before people we Ere heard to remark that they were going to have a Good fair at canal Dover and sure enough their fullest expectations were realized. The new Philadelphia people turned out As though the Pride of their Little City we As at stake. The crowd on thursday was immense and we believe we Are not far wrong in saying there we Ere 8,000 people present and on Friday there was a Large crowd although not equal to the one the Day before. Every thing passed Oft harmoniously and the Best of order was preserved. Tiie receipts this year undoubtedly we ill place the society on a Good financial basis and will be in a condition to offer Good inducements next year. The display in Stock of every kind poultry vegetables and machinery was indeed a credit to the county and surrounding communities. Tuscarawas county if we Are a judge can safely boast of having As Good a representation in Stock As any county in the state. Among the leading features of the fair was the grand Parade of horses and cattle which Parade exhibited some of the Best specimens of the draft horse seen in Ohio and the show of cattle was one not easily excelled. Each year brings with it something new in the Way of improvement in machinery and agricultural implements. We noticed especially the Champion Wagon which is quite a Novelty in its construction and doubtless a great improvement and the Imperial Straw Stacker which is certainly a great labor saving invention. These articles were placed on exhibition by Cyrus Mcqueen agent of Baltic Ohio. We were pleased to know that some new Philadelphia citizens were awarded Wrell merited prizes. For instance or. G. L. Tinker takes the cake on finest lot of Honey and Best Honey boxes. The doctor is hard to beat in the manufacture of the latter. Daniel Wyss Florist and nurseryman of our City captured prize on plants and of Iowa ers. Llis exhibit in Floral Hall attracted marked attention. The English draft horse kept by c. B. Downey and owned by Sidney France Wras awarded first Premium for draft and also first for All purposes. There Are Many other matters we would like to notice but time and space will not permit. Yes one thing More the prize offered by George Walters the popular Butcher of canal Dover for the Best matched twin children was awarded to the 14 months old twin daughters of John Seiber of new Philadelphia. We Hope they will live to Comfort their kind parents through life. During the absence of c. Finer and family residing near canal Dover at the fair on thursday of last week their residence was entered and burglarized. Ingress was made by hoisting an unfastened window. The House was thoroughly ransacked Bureau drawers were gone through and the contents generally strewed around on the floor. A Quantity of Silver Ware a valuable Gold Chain a ring two suits of new underwear a revolver and numerous other articles were taken. On the same Day the House of or. V. Benson located about one fourth of a mile from or. Wilnert a was broken into and a suit of clothes a Gold ring pair of gloves a revolver and some underwear removed. It is also reported that the residence of or. I. Bates in the same neighbourhood we As burglarized on the same afternoon hut to what extent could not be Learned. No clue whatever has been obtained As to the perpetrators of the robberies but several suspicious looking characters we Ere seen in the Vicinity of or. Wilnert a residence during the Day. Persons cannot lie too careful in guarding their premises during this the fair season As thieves Are we Ell aware that it is usual for houses to be left entirely unprotected All the inmates being in attendance on these annual gatherings and the consequence is the numerous Ness and comparative ease with which these robberies Are effected. On saturday evening of last week a most enjoyable Tea party was Given to a goodly number of our promising Young ladies by miss Nettie Flora East High Street this City. Everything being in readiness they we Ere escorted into the dining room where the table was heavily Laened with the choicest viands and delicacies of the season and which were partaken of in a manner that evinced appreciation. Among the invited guests present were misses Bessie Hoover Laura Minnis Laura Kennedy Kate Mcelroy Cora Asli Baugh Cora Schweitzer Kate Welty Maggie Zellner Minnie Spence Nellie Patrick Nora Gudgeon Lizzie Gaston and Maggie Kenney the two latter Young ladies of East Liverpool Ohio. After the collation miss Nettie entertained the company with some Fine music Given in that supremely artistic manner of hers. The evening was most pleasantly spent and All departed feeling that it was an occasion Long to be remembered. On saturday last Ambrose a. Bowers Foreman of the Democrat office and son of sheriff Bowers met with a very serious Accident while operating the Job press. His hand was caught Between the form and bed of the press crushing and lacerating it in a fearful manner. The wound was dressed by or. Mclean and at last account was getting along Aswell As could be expected. The Young Man will he disabled for three months at least but it is to be hoped that no permanent injury will result from the Accident. Ambrose is a Good boy and a promising Young Man in the printing business and has our sympathy. Or. Reuben Robb we ill fill his place in the Democrat office for a time. The characteristic fears of a a Fly a in the wheat on account of the unusual we weather Are being heard from some of our chronic Rural complainers. The we Ork of laying the Street water Mains is being pushed with great vigor. One of the very Best dramatic companies on the roads will appear at music Hall on the evening of the 19th inst. In the grand musical comedy of a a wanted a or. Warren r. Richards the Star is known in All the principle cities and towns of the United states. Tuesday night of this we Eek they played to a $400 House at Akron. The company is managed by Gus. Pilartz of the Euclid Avenue opera House Cleveland Done to fail to attend. The opera House management guarantees the people of new Philadelphia one of the very Best entertainments Ever Given in this City. Tickets will be placed on Sale at Harris jewelry store without extra Price. Carrol ton came near losing her new court House. Saturday morning on going to the court House Deputy sheriff George discovered the base Board burning in the Hall upstairs opposite the grate fire in the clerks office. About seven feet of the Board had burned and the same length of the floor a few inches wide. Some expressed the belief the building had been fired but the general belief is that the extreme heat from the grate lire Wras sufficient to lire the we Ood on the other Side. There is one course of fire Brick and one of common Brick Between the fire and the Board. Contractor Melbourne has been notified to come and repair the chronicle. Something must be done to restrain the ambition of the journalistic liars of this country or soon the people will lose Confidence in their own existence. The Story of the Man in Mercer county who was turned instantly to Stone after defying the almighty is closely followed by a hair raising yarn in Michigan to the effect that a Man was restored to life by a a a prayer healer a after he was not Only dead but partially decomposed. If this practice of raising the dead is not discontinued Many of us May be plagued by the resurrection of our forefathers and the titles to real estate be seriously disturbed. Uhrichsville has attained the reputation of presenting sports in the horse racing line that Are of the very Best. The terminating races of the season we ill he held on wednesday and thursday october 20th and 21st. A Large Field of widely known speeders have already been entered with a Good Prospect of it being largely increased. The premiums aggregate $500. The rules will be those governing the National trotting association. Weather permitting a rare occasion of enjoyment to turf sport lovers is most certainly assured. The dwelling House of or. E. Alexander of this place was robbed last week while he and his family there away at Pittsburg. The perpetrators of the deed effected an Entrance through the transom. A collection of old coins and jewelry amounting in value to about $100 we As taken. No clue to the offenders. Democratic meetings. At a meeting of the democratic executive committee of Tuscarawas county held in canal Dover on tuesday this week the following appointments were made j. H. Mitchell and e. R. Benfer. At port Washington Friday evening october 22. Hon. Beriah Wilkins and e. R. Benfer at Gilmore tuesday evening oct. 26. Hon. Beriah Wilkins and Hon j m Williams of Coshocton at Shanesville wednesday evening october 27. 11 on Beriah Wilkins and j ii Mitchell esq., at Bolivar thursday evening october 2s. Why John Mcbride did not of to War. Personal notes. Some Republican sheets with a triumphant burst of Defiance throw the a bloody shirt to the Breeze and want to know you know a a where John Mcbride was during the War that he did not emulate the example of general Robinson and become a the Massillon a a american a a Good Republican paper answers this query of organs with the following a some of the ardent Republican papers of the state try to make political capital out of the fact that John Mcbride was not in the late War and Gen. Robinson was a Gallant Union Soldier. Or. Mcbride was born in june 1854, and the civil War broke out in March 1861. It does it require a skilled mathematician to figure out that or. Mcbride we As not seven years old at the opening of the Standard. Convict stories rebutted by Republican testimony. Miss Maggie Kenrey of East Liverpool is the guest of Cora Schweitzer this City. _ miss Fannie Sargent entertained a number of friends in charming style last monday evening. Or. J. J. Christian of Baltic gave our office a Call on thursday last and increased our Cash. Or. And mrs. Or. J. Welsh of Deersville Harrison county were visiting at the residence of s. Moore this week. Mrs. T. Ferrill and daughter Edith and her Little son John were visiting their Many friends in this City for the past few Days. Or. Joseph Meek of new Philadelphia has removed to Akron where he will be employed in the Empire Mower and reaper works. Court news. Charles ii. Hartman of Baltimore md., who is visiting his Cousin Ben. Hartman at Shanesville made a pleasant Call at the times office on tuesday. Miss Bessie Hoover received her Young lady friends at Tea monday evening. The event was in Honor of her guest miss Lizzie Gaston of East Liverpool and was one of rare enjoyment. Or. Edward Sluthour who has been living in Salem for the past year has moved his family Hack to new Philadelphia. He thinks the schools Here Are Superior to those in Salem. Miss Lizzie Gaston an estimable Young lady of East Liverpool w to is on her Way Home from an extensive visit to California was the guest of miss Bessie Hoover a few Days last week. Or. J. Mcllvain editor of the Tuscarawas advocate has returned from an extended Western trip. Brother Mcllvain will take up the political Cudgel now and Lay on we Ith increased vigor until after the november election. Jesse Elliott jr., who is now permanently located in St. Paul minn., and is engaged in the real estate business is Home on a visit to his parents and friends. He Speaks in glowing terms of the w est and is looking Hale and Hearty. Quite a number of our Young ladies and gentlemen attended a Quost delightful evening party at the residence of miss Madge Zellner on West fair Street last tuesday evening. The lateness of the hour in which the guests separated attested the pleasure All experienced. Wednesday of last we Eek was named As Charity Day at the Union school for the Benefit of the Cramer family who were burned out and the neat Little sum of sixteen dollars we Ere contributed As follows High school miss Lafferty $1 65 j. Ii. S., miss Skinner. 2 10 no. 16, a a Barnhill. 2 01 15, a a Falkler. 1 37 12, a a Winch. 96 11, a a Warner. 75 10, a Lytle. 1 00 9, a a link. 75 8, a a Black. 52 7, a a Dixon. 73 6, a a Skinner. 57 5, a a Mathias. 71 4, a a Erato Borough 32 3, a a Nickoles. 65 2, a a Millroy. 60 1, a a Huffman. 60 superintendent. 71 total .$16 00 a thrilling Ocean experience. The demonstrator of Anatomy of the Columbus medical College font added his affidavit which arrived from the West to Day. He says that the body of Irish prisoner Mccoy whom Foraker in his great Campaign Effort alleged was skinned by or. Montgomery and canes made from Bis hide by the convict j. W. Nve was received at the Columbus medical College with the skin intact and the body in no Way mutilated. The following letter which is another Well directed shot at Foraker so a keynote a speech was received by or. Homes to Day. The authors affidavit on the convict skinning subject is Given below and he was certainly in a position to know we hat he we As talking about a a Dewitt my a a sept 30,1886, a drs. Montgomery and Holmes a a isee the Ohio newspapers Are publishing stories concerning your conduct while you were engaged in the Ohio Penitentiary Hospital. Situated As i was i had As Good or even better chances than any Man in Columbus to know we Hether there was any skinning of dead convicts done at the morgue of the Ohio Penitentiary during your term of duty there. I received All the a stiffs for the Columbus medical College for some time before and during your term of duty there until the Middle of november 1885, and i am sure there was one particle of skin missing from them. 1 am a Republican in politics. I voted for Grant in 1868 and 1872, for Hayes in 1s76 and for Blaine in 1884, but i done to like Sincli a lie As this one of skim Ning convicts for fhe manufacture of canes even if the republicans did Tell it. Professor Medbury is a Republican and he knows you Are made the target for the slander. Yours always. Samuel Slade is Lavina Carr continued. Sargent amp Harmount is Van Leezera co dropped. We t Pyne is William Smith a son dismissed. Richard Cotton is Leonard Goodman plaintiff to reply. Jeremia m Krantz is Edward Hoffman defendant to file separate amended answer. Helen m Smith is Marcus m Smith dismissed. John Leobold is David Barkheimer settled. Alfred Bailey is Jacob Stahleker settled. Bazil d Donney is the a l a w r r dismissed. John Deis is Martin Brentzel it Al plaintiff to reply. S abelle8 a co is the c a Marietta i it motion overruled. Cresswell a nagely is Watkin Watkins continued. Annie Meyer is Stephen Buhrer it Al continued. Henry kerch is Lucinda kerch dismissed. Thomas Moore is j i Elliott a co defendant to answer. Christ Sabaugh is e c Cotton settled. Hannah Lumsden is Wright rums Den dismissed. Frank c Seegle is c e Brothers settled. C e Ghermay is Henry s Render continued. Josephs Scarborough is Wood Fri Ley settled. Albert Bates is John Fusher settled. J b a c r Heller is Adam c Kramer settled. Leopold Lark is Catharine e Schug it Al Security for Cost. Mary Ann Ashbaugh is Daniel Ash Baugh dismissed. Geo w Pace is Maria Moore defendant to answer. Robt Sherrard rvs George miser plaintiff to reply. Receiver Corn City Mutual is Joseph m Stoutt defendants Creswell a Negly to answer. Geo w Stoutt is Geo w Meese settled. Adam Vorherr is Geo Walters defendant to answer. Samuel ii Taylor is Jesse Seehorst it Al Jno Kilgore made defendant to answer. Deis a Fertig is Patrick ii read settled. Stephen of Donnell is Jacob Heinz settled. Peter Forney is Edward p Forney defendant to answer. Mary a Williams is George g Williams defendant to answer. Mary Wingate is Zebulon p Sparks defendant to answer. Jacob Engel is Augustus Wilhelmi plaintiff to reply. Casemere Wolf is John m Heck defendant to answer. Frederick Laub is George j Markley defendant to answer. A l Herrick is Jesse c Hirst dismissed. R f Dent to Rebecca Everhard settled. Jacob Engel is Augustus Wilhelmi i Penn Iron co to answer. Seaburg c Ford is Ezra Albaugh cog Novet $182.25. Ohio is Daniel Laffey Selling on sunday a plea of guilty fined $5 and one Day in jail. Ohio is Daniel Laffey Selling to a minor Nolle pro Sequi. Report of grand jury�?3 indictments �?1 for burglary and larceny 1 for pocket picking 1 for Black mail against two persons 2 cases for assault and Battery referred to probate court for trial for Misdemeanour 75 witnesses examined and three eases ignored. Transfers of real estate. Assignment of jury cases the Anchor line Steamer Ancl Ioria Captain Small left Glasgow on the 18th of september bound for new York. There were seven Hundred soul son Board including passengers and Crew four Days out during a heavy Gale the Shaft of the propeller was broken. The Shock threw the ship on her Side and almost caused a panic among the passengers but through the strenuous exertions of the officers it was happily averted. From september 22d until october 6th, the ship drifted at the mercy of the Waves daily efforts being made by the engineers to repair the damage. On october 6th, temporary repairs we Ere effected but they Only proved of slight duration As the next Day the Shaft was again broken and this time beyond All Hope of repair. The Steamer was then about eighty Miles off the coast of Newfoundland. Provisions were now running Short All having been put on an allowance of two meals per Day. The chief officer and seven others Here volunteered to put off in the life boat for the Shore and have a Steamer come out to the assistance of the unfortunate band. The leaving of the life boat trom the Anchoria is said to have Lieen a most affecting sight the trip being a most hazardous one. Shore was safely reached and a Steamer immediately sent out to the Drifting vessel. The Anchoria in the meantime had drifted shoreward and on saturday october 9th, the Welcome cry of a a land rang through the ship and a tug was soon sighted which towed the disabled vessel into Pouch Cove 20 Miles North of St. Johns n. F. Great anxiety had been Felt for the safety of the vessel and the passengers were heartily welcomed by their friends. It was a voyage that will never he forgotten by those who took part in it. Excitement in 1 exas. Great excitement has been caused in the Vicinity of Paris Texas by the remarkable recovery of or. J. E. Corley who was so helpless he could not turn in bed or raise his head everybody said he was dying of consumption. A trial bottle of or. Kings new discovery we As sent him. Finding Relief he bought a Large bottle and a Box of or. Kings new life pills by the time he had to. Ken two boxes of pills and two bottles of the discovery lie was Well and had gained in flesh thirty six pounds. Trial bottles of this great discovery for consumption free at f. Miller a songs. Alliance Street fair on saturday next a gala time is expected. Monday oct. Is. 72. Mary f. Beatty v Edward Beatty. 73. Gregg a 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 of Donnell and Richards. Thursday oct. 21. 86. George Lenhart v John kratts. 88. James g. Henderson v Jason l. Henderson. Monday oct. 25. 92. Lewis Maugherman v John Forney. Tuesday oct. 26. 95. Body Deis a co. V Dennison Coal co. 97. Frank Marks v the Penn Iron a Coal co. Wednesday oct. 27. 109. Anna Spesinger v Philip Zimmerman it Al. 112. T. Ii. Long a co. V j. A. Haw to borne. 115. Mary a Johnson v Mary e. Deary. Thursday oct. 28. 120. B. Harvey v John Figert. 122. Benj. Beans v the Royal fire insurance co. 126. John a. Wagner v Christian Deis. Friday it it. 29. 128. Bachrach Laeb a co. V Charles court. Jacob Klar to Jacob Horn i acres Dover township $800. Jno. W Ansel to Margaret a Beatty lot 17 and part lot 16, Dennison $2,000. C f Carroll to Provy a Bartholomew 33 84-100 acres Goshen township $850. We Kail to Clark Kail 25 acres Clay township $1,000. We Waddington to Jas w derring 56� acres Union township $2,000. Sheriff Bowers to we Waddington 56j acres Union township $1,670. A j Dingham to a b Johnson lots 5 and 6, Uhrichsville $100. Joshua Baker to Malinda Baker 22 98-100 acres Wayne township $1,183.25 Susannah Ste by to Enoch g Wolf lots 29 and 30, Wolf station $50.00. Jno w Erwin to Jennie Saunders part lot 13, new Philadelphia $160. Dan a Brueder to Valentine Schrader 6i acres Wayne township $230. L l Hebner to Hezekiah warded 28 90-100 acres Clay township v b Haskins to e w Uhrich and n f Sprowl lot 5, Uhrichsville $400. Jno Mckee and others to Rhoda Mccollister 5 acres Mill township $600. Geo Betscher to Geo w Schilling 1 43-100 acres Dover township $1,000. How to drink water. The leading medical journal of France has published a pamphlet protesting against the extravagant use of artificial Mineral Waters which it sets Forth do the double damage of chilling the stomach thus laying the foundation for gastric Catarrh while the Limestone held in Deposit in the carbonated Waters finds its Way to the kidneys and eventually produces Brights disease. The pamphlet also protests against ice water As As a provocative of Catarrh in the stomach. It further says water should be drunk Cool but not iced with the juice of a Quarter or half a Lemon in it. Mineral water should also let a drunk with a dash of Lemon. Water should always be swallowed slowly. It is not the stomach which is dry but the Mouth and Throat. If you toss off a drink of water you throw it through your Mouth into your stomach without doing the former any Good while you injure the latter by loading it with what it does not require. Drink slowly and keep the water in your Mouth for a moment when you begin. If you work in a hot room in hot weather tie a Damp cloth around your temples and you will not experience half the crap. Ing for drink you otherwise reports times office october 14, flour Patent bbl. Sack. A a Best family bbl a a Amber to sack. A a a a new proc wheat in Bushel. Corny new to Bushel. Oats new to Bushel. Rye to Bushel. Butter to Pound. Sons a dozen. Buckwheat flour to Pound. Hams to Pound. Shoulders to Pound. Sides to Pound. Lard up Pound. Tallow to Pound. Beef to Pound. Salt Goshen to barrel. White Lime to barrel. Akron cements to barrel. Calcined plaster to barrel. Land plaster to ton. A to barrel. Potatoes to Bushel new. Dried poaches to Bushel. Dried apples to Bushel. A a a to Pound. Rags to Pound. Onions to Bushel. Hay to ton new. Clover seed to Bushel. Timothy seed to Bushel. Wool. Fertilizers to ton. 1886. $ 10 25 $ 4 45 1 20 1 50 73 40 a 27 66 s a 15 16 03 10 06 07 06 04 07 @ 15 15 1 00 1 35 9 00 1 50 30 1 00 75 03 01 50 5@6 00 4 35 2 50 30 35 00 notice is hereby Given that the following accounts and vouchers of executors administrators guardians trustees and assignees have been filed in the office of the probate court of Tuscarawas county Ohio and will he for hearing on saturday Ctol it or 30th, 1886, and continue from Day to Day until All Are disposed of. Supplemental final account and vouchers of George e. Campbell administrator of the estate of William Campbell deceased guardian of Nettie Huston. Final account and vouchers of Samuel 1 Anderson guardian of Ellis Anderson. Final account and vouchers of Alice j. Boone administer matrix of the estate of Amelia Boone deceased. First account and vouchers of James a. Burgess and Galen i. Burgess executors of the will of David Burgess deceased. First account and vouchers of t. D. Healea administrator with the will annexed of the estate of John f. Scarborough deceased. First account and vouchers of Jonathan t. Romig trustee of the estate of Orvy c. Romig. Final account and vouchers of Frederick Walter guardian of Robert Walter. Final account and vouchers of John w. Criswell administrator of the estate of Mary a. Criswell deceased. Final account and vouchers of Samuel g. Stoody administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Anne r. Aldridge deceased. Final account and vouchers of Christian Meyer administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Wilhelmina Engel deceased. First account and vouchers of Wesley Rosenberry guardian of Charles Rosen Berry an imbecile. Supplemental and final account and vouchers of James p. White administrator of the estate of John f. White deceased. Amended partial account and vouchers of James m. Burt Assignee of Garrett b. Smith an insolvent debtor. First account and vouchers of William Quinn executor of the will of Luke Quinn deceased. Final account and vouchers of John t. Simmers guardian of Annie e. Simmers. Final account and vouchers of Elisabeth Kugler guardian of John Franklin Kugler. Final account and vouchers of Elisabeth Kugler guardian of Clara e. Kugler. First account and vouchers of Samuel Slade one of the executors of the will of Polly Armstrong deceased. Final account and vouchers of a. Til fiord executor of the will of Jacob Tufford deceased. First account and vouchers of Francis Cunningham administrator of the estate of Fredrick Wiandt deceased. First account and vouchers of Jeorge Schuler executor of the will of Henry Gross deceased. Final account and vouchers of David Newton administrator of the estate of Alice Newton deceased. Final account and vouchers of j. T. Mccullough guardian of Emerson Davis. Final account and vouchers of John ii. Benfer administrator of the estate or Jonas Wardell deceased. Second account and vouchers of Sylvester r. Fankboner executor of the will of the Daniel frankly mar deceased. Final account and vouchers of Aaron d. Romig administrator of the estate of James 11. Helwig deceased. First account and vouchers of John c. Donchev administrator of the estate of Robert Thompson deceased. First account and vouchers of Wesley minor guardian of Anna b. Crissman. First acc Ltd unt and vouchers of Thomas d. Armstrong one of the executors of the will of Polly Armstrong Dot ceased. Final account and vouchers of John Milone administrator of the estate of Rebecca Milone deceased. Final account and vouchers of Benjamin g. Mizer administrator of the estate of John Baker deceased. Final account and vouchers of Benedict Moery guardian of Alice a. Moery. Final account and vouchers of John f. Welch administrator of the estate of Mary e. Welch deceased. First account and vouchers of William b. Thompson administrator of the estate of Martin v. B. Haskins deceased. J. A Yeagley 41 w4 judge of probate. The verdict unanimous. W. D. Suit druggist Bippus ind., testifies a a i can recommend electric bitters As the very Best remedy. Every bottle sold has Given Relief in every Case. One Man took six bottles and was cured of rheumatism of 10 years Abraham Hare druggist Bellville Ohio affirms a the Best Selling Medicine 1 have Ever handled in my 20 years experience is electric thousands of others have added their testimony so that the verdict i3 unanimous that electric bitters do cure All diseases of the liver kidneys or blood. Only a half Dollar a bottle at f. Miller amp songs drug store. A a wanted a husband a the funniest comedy on the stage at music Hall on the 19th inst. For Sale.�?300 acres of first class Plain and River Bottom land and about 70 acres of Hill land being what remains unsold of the James Waddington farm situated on the new Philadelphia and i Uhrichsville Road near the town of Pike run. The buildings Are Good. This land will Lee sold As a whole or divided to suit purchasers. The River Bottom land would be sold in Small tracts. F. 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. Sixth acres cleared and under Good cultivation and Good fences. All in grass. Terms reasonable. Possession can be Given at any time. For particulars Call on Frank Romig at times office or William Oliver Pike run. 39tf 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 1 Imes who will act As agent for the same on reasonable terms. No charges made for advertising in the times when you employ us As agent. No names of parties Given to the Public., hut made known Only to those wishing to Purchase. A 30 to 50 Coal miners at Eagle Hill mines near Zoar station Tuscarawas county. Steady work at Good wages and prompt pay. Mine dry and boarding on the ground at reasonable rates. No trouble or strikes at these mines. Apply on premises to w. R. Jonm. 40w2. Fou Sale Price $270.�?four-Horso-Power upright portable engine Eureka. Manufactured by Payne amp co., new Ork. All fixtures go with it. It is in Good order and has been used hut a Short time. A bargain in it. Call at s. Moore a Law office Over citizens National Bank. 37 1�?~or Good second hand four horse Power engine and boiler almost As Good As new including All attachments. A ill sell for $150. A bargain in it. For further particulars inquire at the times office. 40tf buy your f Ruit i Rees shrubbery Green House plants Powers Etc., of 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 cent interest 011 investment. Also other desirable lots and properties. John a. Himes new Philadelphia. Lotf it you want to buy a Nice warm coat for yourself or children Call 011 j. Burry amp soil Short wraps pal tots pushes Long or Short Astrachan and garments of 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 on first class real estate by John a. Himes new Philadelphia 8tf Foa Good second hand Phaeton nearly As Good As new and Well painted and was made by first class workmen. Call at the times office. Do not forget to examine into our offers in real estate. See our list 011 4th Page. We Are offering some extra bargains now i town property. Wanted to borrow�?$500.00 or $ ,-000 for one or two years. Good Security Given. Address Box 87, new Philadelphia it it Hio. 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 we want 10,000 bushels dried apples and will pay 2k to 3 cents per Pound for same. 41 w2 j. Burry amp sox. Jacob Gepfert of Strasburg is Selling Fine top buggies Worth $75 for $55, on co Days time $55 for Cash. 31 of remember that Mitchells dental office is the Only place in new Philadelphia where go is administered for extracting Teeth. 17yl East Liverpool Street fair was an immense Success and the crisis gushes correspondingly. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts Kinase. Sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter. Chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin. Eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat Saf action or Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by fax. Miller amp son. Cyl

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