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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - October 21, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia i. New Philadelphia o., thursday october 21, 1886. Number 43 i h new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday october 21, 1886. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. A the new times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following Kates one year Cash in 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post Oftle order to the address of the proprietor. Cd address All matter intended for publication to the editor. Laws of newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice o the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use of it whether he has ordered it or not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without forming the publishers and the paper is sent to the former direction they Are held responsible Quot notice should always be Given of removal. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take papers from the office or place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to discontinue. Official directory. Democratic ticket District. Congress. State senator. Common pleas j Beriah Wilkins Geo. W. Crites j. C. Glance s. Pearce county. Representative. Probate j Edge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins a. C. Figert j. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. J. Neumann s. Rufer it e. Lash fit. Benner Ii. Hoover j. Wherley a. Porter l. Krautz Sec City. Daniel Korns. James h. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. C. C. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. B. Scott. Andrew Erwin. Mayor clerk marshal Street commissioner Council justices. Names. Townships. Daniel . James w Stoutt George Bear. Isaac couts. Lenry Deible t Richardson. 11 u Galbraith. T la Robinson. Philip a Garver John Smith. Jas Gabr Ieth. John Milone. Clay. Wayne. Perry. Washington Bucks. Sugar Creek. Warwick. Warren. Franklin. Goshen. Rush. Mill. Daniel Richards Goshen. T 11 Rankin Rush. A s wins Cli Clay. And Timmerman. Perry. S v Renneker Fairfield. Is Mckinney. Sandy. We e Beck Goshen. Samuel c Kline. Lawrence. J h Gardner Warren. Robot court hers Washington John Wetter 1 Wayne. William Kinsey York. Philip Doerfer. Bucks. T j Stocker. T ii Mozena. Joseph Lealea a a has f Davis. C c Fernsel. Levi Travis. J w Newburg. Jos ii Lostetter Nich Montag. Wesley m Tracy John b Jones. Hiram Lehman. David Breymeir Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett. Post office. Jolin s Spring Charles ii Ellers John w Rolli. Hugh t Minnis. C w Kinsley. 1 ii Kuhn. s Wagner. J l Baldwin. Salem. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Franklin. Auburn. Dover. Dover. Dover. Andy. Auburn. Warwick. Lawrence. Sugar Creek. Salem. Jefferson. Fairfield. Jefferson. Goshen. Oxford. York. Union. Union. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Cadwallader. Paoli. Baltic. Shanesville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. New Philada a. Gnadenhutten. Gnadenhutten. Cadwallader. New Philada a. Mineral City. New Philada a. Bolivar. New Cumberland Albany. Dundee. New Philada a. Baltic. I fort Washington j Uhrichsville. 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 30 a. And 7 of clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lords Day morning at 10 06 a. In. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day of each month. Sunday school at 9 of clock a. In. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. In. And 7 of clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 of clock. German every sunday at 1030. A. And 2 15 p. In., 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. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 of clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United in King every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 of clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. Lodge directory. chapter no. 38, it. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. 1. Taylor ii. Daniel. Gutzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. A a. M., meets Friday before Lull Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mcilvaine w. G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knig its of pyt11ias.�?equity Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. C. W. Duncan k. Of it. And s. 1. 0.0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. F. Kislig n. G. I. A. Correll. Letec. Sec a. 1. O. O. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. C. Stemp1ifly, x. G. Skol Letec. See a. 1. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday of each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. J. J. Parr c. I. A. Cor kill scribe. I. 0. 0. . U. Cd a no. 8, meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. J. W. Dodd Comdr. S. Hirst Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. 6, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. W. Bowers commander. Royal Council meets every first and third Friday of each month in knights of pythias Hall. W 11. Miller Regent. J. S. Bigler Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday of each month at g. Hall. E. Kaserman pres. We. Bowers Cor. Sec a. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises 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 safa Tiou or Money refunded. Price 25 cents let or Box. For Sale by . Miller amp son. 6yl member of Congress Beriah Wilkins of Tuscarawas county. Democratic state ticket. Secretary of state John Mcbride of Stark. J Edge of the supreme court m. I. Follett of Washington. Clerk of the supreme court j. W. Craik Simank of Miami. School commissioner Leroy i. Brown of Butler. Board of Public works l. W. Ludwig of Cuya hoga. For common pleas judge j. H. S. Trainer. County ticket. For commissioner w. E. Lash Lawrence township. For infirmary director Ozias Delong. Salem township. For Coroner w. E. Beck Goshen township. The be w Railroad Survey. Edmund Turner chief Engineer of the Zanesville Newcomerstown Cleveland railway and his surveying party arrived at new Philadelphia monday evening of this week having surveyed the line from Newcomerstown to this place and tuesday they passed through new Philadelphia and proceeded As far As the dividing Ridge Between Here and Mineral Point. Or. Turner returned to this place tuesday night and in a conversation with him he said he would Complete the Survey to Mineral Point by Friday evening. He is Well pleased with the Outlook along the line. He reports the Grade much easier than expected and that the feeling of the people along the proposed line is favourable and is Well convinced of the fact that if the Road is built it can to help but become one of the Best paying roads in the state. The local traffic will be Large. This line would have the greatest natural advantages in that respect of any Road leading into Cleveland. It travels the Basin of the finest Coal Fields in the state. It passes through by Way of the Valley Road two of the Best manufacturing towns in the state Canton and Akron. The freight traffic of new Philadelphia will be no Small contribution to the wealth of the Road which if built will pass near to our rolling Mill pipe foundry and also two of the Best flouring Mills in this part of the state All of which can easily be connected by switch to the main line and thus contribute largely to the freight traffic which besides the general freighting business of the town is an important Factor. The report or. Turner has Given to the people of Zanesville As set Forth by the courier of oct. 16th, is not overdrawn and every word of it is truth. The promoters of the Road ought to travel Over the proposed line and see the advantages it would have if built. Or. Turner is undoubtedly an Able Engineer and can figure very closely the probable Cost of the Road. In behalf of the citizens of new Philadelphia and Vicinity we feel warranted in saying that they Are interested and will doubtless secure the right of Way. The Farmers along the line can soon convert the hidden treasures of their land which otherwise would lie buried in the Earth for generations to come into ready Cash. Such of you can easily afford to give the right of Way and at the same time increase Jour wealth producing Power. Now that there Are Good men As the promoters of this project extending to you one More Chance do not do with these folks As was done with the Panhandle company and Cleveland amp Marietta company saying go your Way we done to want you. Uhrichsville and Dennison to Day pay better prices for produce As the result of the Panhandle Road being there than new Philadelphia can afford to do. This additional Road if built will build up our town and increase the demand for produce in this Community and will warrant better prices and the farming Community be correspondingly Benefit Ted. It is Only a few Days More until you will be called upon to act your part. Think this matter Over candidly. The Steubenville Herald says a your court docket is in a most admirable we understand that j Edge glance practically cleared your docket within a reasonably Short time after he began to preside Over your court but our Tuscarawas county docket is in a deplorable condition. At the beginning of the 3/ay term,1882, when judge Pearce began to preside Over our court there were 279 cases on the docket indisposed of. At the beginning of this october term there were 350 cases. Judge Hance has frequently been urged by the bar and our citizens to preside Over our court. We feel very positive that with a judge on the Bench in our county possessed of the capabilities and qualifications to expedite business that judge Hance has and As we believe judge Trainer would have that we could very soon say with our Friend a Cfadden that a a our docket too was in an admirable the new election Law passed by the late legislature closing the polls at 4 p. M., affects Only cities of Cincinnati and Cleveland. At All other places in the state the polls must be kept open until 6 of clock As heretofore. The ides of november Are at hand and then of be republicans look out for something to u drap a and a a drap a hard in the Buckeye state. A number of the Republican papers in this sub judicial District have dropped the Saloon Racket on the question of common pleas judge. They Well knew the charges against or. Trainer were utterly false and it was proving a two edged sword cutting both ways. Their manner of political warfare has proved very annoying to judge Pearce for he sees the effect and knows the charges Are unfounded. The advocate however clings to the old charge like grim death and quotes from the Republican of last week but the latter paper will be glad to haul in before the canvass is Over. One charge quoted from the Republican by the advocate is As follows. A one prominent Saloon keeper of Uhrichsville who formerly conducted the same kind of business in Cadiz Lias made an open boast that be will spend $500 to defeat judge the party referred to is or. John West. The editor of the times met or. West on monday last and interviewed him with refer Terence to that assertion and he says it is a base falsehood and wholly unfounded. That he is not that big a fool. This Saloon scheme was hatched by a few papers to stir the prejudices of those who Are opposed to the liquor traffic against or. Trainer and in favor of judge Pearce. They Well knew too that the Temperance proclivities of or. Trainer will compare favourably with that of judge Pearce. Now the same papers that were after or. Trainer on the Saloon question Are now trying to sidetrack the voters on judge pearces War record. Now we have nothing to say against his record As a Soldier. But whoever heard of fighting qualities being necessary on the Bench. The elegant mansion of Stephen of Donnell on East Avenue although it has been the scene of scores of supremely enjoyable social gatherings never presented a More inviting appearance than on Friday evening last. It was the occasion of a reception and party Given by the Brilliant and gifted a iss Sara of Donnell in Honor of a iss Baker of Louisville Kentucky. The preparations and arrangements were in that exquisite taste for which the Beautiful Young hostess has become so noted. The guests were about fifty in number and after a pleasant season spent in intelligent communion and listening to some rare and artistic Al musical presentations on the piano by some of the ladies the inspiring notes of the violin were heard in tones that could not be mistaken calling the devotees of terpsichore to worship at his shrine. To the elegant and entrancing rendering of messes. Jesse Knisely and Charles Welty the a a Light fantastic a was tripped until the urbane or. E. A. Deardorff made obeisance to the merry company and summoned All to the banquet room. To say that it was a feast that would have caused old a a epicurus himself to have smiled would not More than express the excellence of the convertibles there spread. As general master of ceremonies or. Deardorff evinced qualifications that undoubtedly placed him on the Pinnacle of accomplishment As a conductor of such affairs. He made everybody feel perfectly easy and was seemingly ubiquitous. The encomium he won were Universal and his services in the future on like occasions will be much sought after. Among those present from a distance were misses Jennie Chance and Annie Trout and or. G. Frease of Canton Bliss Long c. It. Seiberling and j. A. Rowley of Akron Edward and Millard Arnold of Massillon r. A. Jiller Ira Everhard a. J. Roberts and r. T. Tonner of Canton All prominent society people in those cities and we feel assured that they returned feeling that our town although not so Large will still occupy a Foremost position in circles of tone. Our own City was represented by her most a a elite society people. The Toilette of the ladies were most exquisite but to attempt a description Avold be too bewildering and entirely beyond our Powers suffice to say that in elaborate Ness they were among the richest Ever seen at a party in our City. It was an occasion that will be Long and pleasantly remembered. Last saturday afternoon Samuel Croxton superintendent of the Furnace Frank Drake manager and or. Hugh Kelley had a narrow escape from death. They were about leaving the Furnace in or. Croxton a buggy and were in the act of crossing the Railroad switch track when the buggy was struck by several empty Flat cars which were being switched into the Furnace. The horse sprang out of the harness and the occupants of the buggy were thrown out or. Drake being pushed along the track with the debris of the buggy for several car lengths. The cars soon stopped and or. Drake was extricated from his perilous position having sustained no injury except a bruised . Or. Croxton and or. Kelley miraculously escaped from any injury. The Accident was caused by the failure of the Engineer to give the danger signal As he is compelled by Law to do at All Road Crossings. Personal notes. John Cox of the american House canal Dover spent sunday with friends in town. Mrs. Or. Peck returned on Friday from a visit to her brother or. A. W. Wells at Oxford ind. Mrs. Joseph Lytle and daughter Nina accompanied or. And mrs. James Knisley on their trip West leaving on tuesday last. J. H. Rowland and miss Dollie Thompson of Pittsburg were married at the Exchange hotel on monday by Rev. Cook. _ James Knisley wife and son left on tuesday for an extended visit to friends in the West. They will probably be absent for two or three months. Or. And mrs. H. Eche Brot of Baltimore m. D., were visiting Jacob de Greiff of this City this week. They were in attendance at the knights conclave at St. Louis and visiting various Points in the far West. The letters of two of our correspondents Are crowed out this week on account of putting in matter that could not be postponed. They will appear next week. They came in a Little late and could not Reserve room. We Are glad to receive them. We. Campbell for a Long time connected with the Reeves Iron co. Of canal Dover As shipping clerk has resigned his position and left on monday for his Home in Girard a. Will has been most efficient in his position and has made Many friends who much regret to see him leave. Many merchants think it strange that it the Boston clothing House is always doing Trade. Now the reason is very obvious. They buy goods at the very lowest Cash rates and Are satisfied with a very Small profit therefore they turn their Stock very often. Purchasers realize their Low prices and Deal there. Or. Samuel Mclean of canal Dover is the sole agent in Tuscarawas county for the Book entitled Gen. George b. Mcclellan a own Story. It is a handsome and Well bound Book containing 800 pages. It is a masterpiece As a War history. It should be in every Library. This Book is Selling rapidly among All classes. Or c b Beach of Chicago general agent for the Book struck the right Man when he employed or Mclean As he is Well known throughout the county and is an expert in the business. the 20th of october 1886, by Daniel Richards j. P., or. Janies Croft and a iss Lydia Ann Wolf All of this county. By the same Justice on the 18th inst., or. Edward b. Collar and a iss Vilotta a. Walton All of this county. By the same Justice on the 18th inst., or. Elmer e. Harmon and a iss Jane Dorsey All of this county. On the 20th inst., by Rev. Cook or. Houston b. Hay and Jary w. Sloss All of new Philadelphia Ohio. A iss Sloss is a highly respected lady and has a Host of friends who wish her happiness in the superlative degree. She is the accomplished trimmer in the millinery store of a is. Norton with her in business in new Philadelphia. And will remain they will reside honest John Mcbride is gaining strength every Day in his canvass. One of the oldest and most reliable business houses in the Tuscarawas Valley is the Well known establishment of messes. Mathias amp Williams in new Philadelphia. Their uniform habit of dealing in the fairest manner and at All times making the lowest possible prices for the Best goods has realized for them a very Large and constantly growing Trade. For the coming season an immense Stock Lias been provided. Dry goods of every conceivable kind and embracing All the newest styles. Furnishing goods trimmings ladies and misses cloaks and wraps in the newest designs. In fact any thing that is usually found in a Well conducted store is Here to be seen in Large assortment. As usual a Complete and fresh Stock of the Best Quality of groceries will always be found on Sale. No pleasanter place or More profitable one at which to Deal will be found than at this House. _ at the request of numerous friends or. Root will deliver a lecture in Eagle Hall on thursday evening of next week. It will be to gentleman Only. An Effort is being made by a number of the Young men of the town to have this lecture followed by several others in the near future by different Well known Rostrum speakers. Why cannot we establish a regular lecture course in our town ? it would be an investment that would return a Large interest in Many ways without doubt. Buy your groceries at Stoody a. Scores of republicans Are going to vote for j Edge Trainer. The a a skin game of gov. Foraker done to seem to have caught on. The Adelphia athletic club will give a Ball at Eagle Hall on thursday eve. A specially made of the Best spices at j. W. Stoody a. 43wl the famous Adams amp Ford Brand of boots and shoes sold at j. W. Stoody a. For the purest and freshest groceries go to j. W. Stoody a. 43wl subject of Rev. Cooke a Sermon Sabbath morning Hautum and its those $4.00 boy suits at the Boston clothing House Are wonderfully cheap. The newest styles in hats and Caps at g. Senhauser amp songs. 43w2 some things we would like to see a new opera House. Work commenced on the new Railroad. Judge Trainer elected to the judicial Bench. The water works in operation before cold weather sets in. Electric lights introduced into town. Our merchants a Little More abreast of the age in the Way of advertising their business. The times subscription list up to 2,500, and we feel very confident we will in the near future. More Energy exercised on the part of our leading citizens looking toward the bringing of new manufacturing industries to our town. Amusement notes. Owing to the serious illness of Warren g. Richards the comedian his Date for this City had to be cancelled. Lie will appear later in the season. On the evening of october 30th, Mcavoyy a Ili Bernico Irish and american tourist co., in their trip around the world will appear at music Hall. This company has two bands a brass band and an Irish Piper band. It is a great combination and the Lylall will be filled with spectators. On the 13th of november a a Monte Cristo a presented by Aiden Benedictus powerful co. Will be the attraction. Everybody should see this great drama As there is 110 finer on the Road. The company carry their own scenery for presenting the piece As it should be. November 23d, a1 g. Fields minstrels and Only a Bro. Gardner Lime Kiln everybody will see this great show As their Fame precedes them. December 1st, Leclair amp Russell in a a practical no better company of comedians in the u. S. They Are this week playing at Galveston Texas and Are greeted with crowded houses everywhere. Later on Mattie Vickers in her new play of she is too Well known for any word from us further Sterling than the prediction of a crowded House. Still later James Owen of Conner the tragedian in either Virginius Hamlet Richelieu or Richard the third. A crowded House will be the result of this engagement. Of Conner will be followed by Sisson amp cawthorn�?T8 Little Nugget combination which ranks with the very Best. In january we will publish the dates for the balance of the Winter and Spring. Each of the above companies Are guaranteed first class in every particular by the management of music Hall. Furnishing goods in endless variety at Senhauser a. 43w2 that Downs will be downed and that Wil Kin do it is a foregone conclusion. The roof of the Gilsey House is receiving a new coat of paint this week. To see the largest line of overcoats and the lowest prices go to g. Senhauser amp songs. 43w2 Winter gloves of every kind style Quality and Price at g. Senhauser amp songs. 43w2 the line of gents underwear now on exhibit at g. Senhauser amp songs has never been equalled in the Valley. 43w2 the most fastidious taste can be suited in furnishing goods at the Boston clothing House. W. Ii. Phelps the democratic candidate is making a very aggressive fight against Boss. Mckinley Over in the Stark District. What do you think of a boys genteel Winter hat for 25 cents. They Are to be had at the Boston clothing House. The Boston clothing House leads All the stores in the Valley in the Way of variety and Low prices. In our real estate column this week we offer a Small farm for Sale for the first time. It is Worth looking after if you want to invest in land. All kinds of leather shoe findings and harness goods at very Low prices at Zimmerman a. He pays highest Cash Price for hides and sheep pelts. 43wl we were More than astonished the other Day at seeing the magnificent Quality shown in the $8.00 overcoats at the Boston clothing House. Wanted�?20,000 lbs. Of dried apples for which the highest Market Price will be paid. Mathias a Williams. New Philadelphia Ohio. 43w3 a horse attached to a buggy owned and driven by Robert Dodd ran away on saturday afternoon completely wrecking the vehicle but fortunately not injuring the occupants. Remarkably Low and of elegant appearance Are those $10 suits at the Boston clothing House. You would naturally think they were made to order by merchant tailors. Remember that Mitchells dental office is the Only place in new Philadelphia where Gas is administered for extracting Teeth. 17yl Booster is enthused Over the probability of having another Railroad through the town. It will be a division of the Black Diamond system. We mean All that is implied when we say that the Boston clothing House by their Low prices and fair dealing Are attracting a Large amount of new Trade to our town. A number of the hands employed in digging the water works trenches were discharged on saturday night for inattention to work. Their places have All been filled and the work is rapidly progressing. The supper Given by the congregation of the m. E. Church on last thursday and Friday evenings was a most pleasing Success. A Good round sum was netted which will be used in payment for some new furniture for the parsonage. A a the happiest girl in the world a is the Way miss Sophia Hall the affianced of Lewis Webster worded a dispatch to a lady Friend immediately after the jury brought in the verdict of acquittal on the charge of murder at the trial at Warren Ohio last week. A full line of school books at Gentsch a drug store. Some of the new productions in Wall paper at Gentsch a Are most Beautiful. Buy your school books at Gentsch a. They always have a full assortment. For Fine soaps perfumes and fancy articles go to Gentsch a drug store. The finest line of toilet articles to be seen in town is at Gentsch a drug store. Wall paper in All the new designs and a very Complete assortment at Gentsch a drug store. Everything that is late in design in Fine toilet articles is on exhibit at Gentsch a drug store. Or. J. L. Wallace the genial manager of the Gentsch drug store is a thorough expert in filling prescriptions. Prescriptions carefully compounded at All hours Day or night at Gentsch a drug store. Around the county. Baltic. The coming crop of Winter wheat never looked More promising than now. The new operator at the depot or. A. Roach is making Many frends. He formerly lived in Kent. Adam Deutzer is kept Busy All the time in building wagons and buggies for which he has a reputation that is extensive and growing. Best to be timely in keeping your time pieces going at the proper time and or. Ii. E. Espenshied is the party to do this in the Best manner. The Apple crop All through this Region has been wonderfully Large. Magnificent Large and luscious looking Winter fruit is being sold in town for Twenty cents per Bushel. The estimable pastor of the lutheran congregation Rev. Yeisley is about to join the army of Benedicts. The Bride elect is a lady from Carroll county and the wedding is set for Early next month. A Good inviting meal is appreciated by All and or. We. Lantz is demonstrating that he knows How to get one up. Meals and lunches Are served at All hours at his restaurant. He also carries in connection a full line of groceries. One of the pioneers in business Here is a. G. Hoffman lie has been established for Over ten years and by strict attention to the wants of his customers has built up a Fine and constantly growing Trade. The system of doing business adopted by or. Chas. Dressier at his Large establishment is proving an immense Success and winning the approval of All. One Price and strictly Cash is the basis upon which he trades. Our flouring Mill is running to its full capacity now and a ready demand is found for All the goods that can be produced. The product of the Buena Vista is achieving a wide and Well merited reputation for superiority. At the old and reliable drug store of j. G. Luke is always found a full and Complete assortment of paints oils varnish Etc. Persons with prescriptions need have no fears As to mistakes when in the hands of this gentleman As he is a thorough expert in the business. The old and Well known firm of g. F. Schauwecker report business As exceptionally Good and judging from what we saw on a visit a few Days since it is even better than that. Merit always wins and this is an establishment that deserves in the fullest sense the Success they Are achieving. We were much pleased to make the acquaintance of the genial and suave or. Metzler while on a recent visit. The doctor is widely known in this Section and does a very Large practice. His drug store is one of the neatest and is stocked with a full and Complete line of All the accessories. We paid a visit a few Days since to the Emporium of f. Mower. A glance around the store assured us that he had made preparations for a cold season in the fullest sense. Clothing hats and Caps boots and shoes Etc., Are in exhibit in very Large assortment. Or. Mower has Only been established Here about three years hut has by his courteous manner and strict attention to business built up a very Large and rapidly growing Trade. We were shown by Samuel p. Mizer who resides near Bakersville a rare and curious old Spanish Coin. He found it some time since while blowing in a Field where it had evidently lain a Long time. It bore the inscription of King Merolus and the Date 1781. Its value is placed at about Twenty seven cents and in size about As Large As our half Dollar but much thinner. We were glad also to Welcome on this occasion the name of or. Mizer on our list of subscribers. The circulation of the times is rapidly growing in that Section. Newcomerstown news lets. Canal business is very quiet. Politics Are quiet in this Section. The times is highly thought of in this neighbourhood. Newcomerstown a delegation to the Coshocton fair last week was quite Large. Carsons photograph gallery is doing a Large and merited business. Or. Carson is an artist of the first ability and none but work of the first Quality is turned out. Eli Perkins will talk at the grand opening of e. C. Craters jewelry store on nov. 8th. You done to need to believe All that Eli says. We were glad to shake the hand of the genial or. W. Dever manager of the Large establishment of Cutler a co. Under his Able management the House is doing a rapidly increasing Trade. The skating rink is being converted into a building to be used As a wholesale grocery. Messes. Case amp Martin Are the gentlemen at the Helm and business will be commenced about november 1st. It has been said that no dentist could exist Here but or. Leech has exploded that idea. Lie has been located Here about two years and is doing a deservedly growing business. The new bakery confectionery and restaurant just opened by c. C. Dickinson is going to fill a Long Felt need and judging thus Early from the patronage extended it will be a most Complete Success. Or. Ii. Hawthorne the genial manager of the Baltimore clothing co., is a gentleman who thoroughly understands his business and who is doing wonders in an increase of Trade for that Large company. From experience we must say that the Fountain House is a pleasant hostelry at which to Stop. Mine Host Mayberry understands his business thoroughly and is ably assisted by the suave Scott Mccandless. The beyond is to some extent a matter of uncertainty but the present we Are sure of. So seemingly thinks the late Rev. Or. Clayton of the m. E. Church. He has quit dispensing scripture doctrine and gone into the insurance business. A very quiet wedding took place on october i2th, in which or. Vest Meeks and miss Blanche Baxter were the principals. Rev. Simmons officiated. The newly wedded couple i 11 make their Home in Xenia Indiana we re the Groom has a prosperous blacksmithing business. Abram Shoemaker a former Brake Man on the p. C. Amp s. L. R., has sued the company for injuries received while in their employ. Damages Are assessed at $10,000. The Case will come up at the next term of court in Coshocton county. A Good meal and a pleasant Host is always appreciated by the traveler. To such we would say that right near the depot is located the commercial hotel and in the proprietor or. Shaw will to found a gentleman who will do All in his Power to make the sojourn agreeable. Most All know of the extensive establishment of i. Crater. This season however an exceptionally Large Stock of hardware stoves of the newest designs and general House furnishing goods is carried. Or. Crater is a most pleasant gentleman to meet and there is none we would More cheerfully recommend. We were very much astonished when being shown through the Cigar establishment of messes. Gallagher amp Shaddock to note the extensiveness of their business. Although they employ ten hands they Are not Able to Supply the demand made upon them for their goods. Merit will win and the Success of this firm is a witness of it. Port Washington Points. Or. Caster is still suffering with his injured limb. A. G. Nelson is making improvements in his dwelling House. Miss Ray from Dresden visited her sister mrs. Gross last week. Port Washington a representation at the Coshocton fair was Large. Philip Barth is making his business House in the Square look better. The new town pump has at last been placed in position on the Square. Daniel Waltz of Trenton visited his daughter mrs. Hamilton last week. Rooms suitable for offices can be had in the Hamilton House port Washington. Remember there is a first class feed stable in connection with the Hamilton House. We Are glad to note the Ever increasing business of the firm of m. W. Nar Geny a sons. There is some talk of rebuilding the Thompson distillery which was burned Down some time since. We. Waltz of Cleveland brother in Law of mine Host of the Hamilton House visited Here last week. Henry Gengnagel is doing a very prosperous and deservedly so business in his line. In his undertaking facilities he has no Superior in the county. Gottlieb Abile who sustained a compound fracture of his leg some time since is we Are glad to state getting along very nicely will soon be about. Our Young Friend Joshua peppers of new Philadelphia is engaged As sort of general Utility Man at the Hamilton House. Josh is the proper boy for tie place. Many in this Day Are afraid of diseased meats. We feel assured m saying that in dealing with a. Salchli no risk whatever is run. The Best Stock Only is handled. Good cheer is always obtainable at the establishment of Jacob Kinsey. A Fine restaurant and conducted on the Best principles Are the characteristics of this establishment. That old Pioneer in the merchandising line a. Ley judging from what we saw on a late visit should be satisfied with the Trade he is doing. Merit always wins and or. Ley deserves his Prosperity. Mine Host Hamilton of the Hamilton House has had his hands full for the past few Days taking care of a gang of men employed in rejuvenating the tracks and switches of the Panhandle in this Vicinity. The following property changes have taken place lately lot on St. Clair Street belonging to the estate of a. Snyder deceased to Jacob Kinsey consideration $200. House and lot belonging to same estate sold to Jonas Bramer consideration $1150. Gnadenhutten gossip. Trade is very quiet on the canal. The physicians say that the town is alarmingly healthy. Or. Mills is having built a very handsome Frame dwelling on main Street. Rev. I. W. Knight returned last week from an extended trip through Iowa and Nebraska. As an evidence of the advancement of the town eleven new houses have been erected this season. Mrs. F. Helwig who sustained a paralytic stroke some weeks since is not improving any. A great Quantity of apples and potatoes Are being shipped West from Here. Mrs. S. F. Spring is suffering from a severe Case of blood poisoning. Hezekiah Wardle is just completing an elegant Brick residence near town. It is one of the finest in this Section. Our energetic and progressive merchant or. F. S. Spring is doing an Ever increasing business this season. Lie is largely engaged in shipping apples to West at present. Daniel Kinsey up at lock 17, proposes to have an overcoat this Winter made from Squirrel skins. These Little animals Are remarkably numerous in this Section this season. Messes. Hogue so Johnson proprietors of the new Gnadenhutten flouring Mills although but recently established find their quarters too Small to accommodate their rapidly growing business and Are erecting an addition 16x44 feet three stories High. Theirs is an Industry that is going to redound very much to the advantage of the town. Fred. Warner the Miller and by the Way an old new philadelphian is the right Man in the proper place and is making hosts of friends Dundee. Frank son of m. T. Kohr residing near town is just convalescing from a very severe attack of typhoid fever. A much needed improvement in the Way of a substantial cinder path is being made to the depot. We Are pleased to note the rapidly growing Trade of our Friend the genial or. Reichenbach in his merchandising business. Merit will win and he deserves his Success in the fullest sense. The family of Rudolph Kink Are suffering from severe visitation of disease. Two Are now lying very ill with that dread complaint typhoid fever. Their circumstances have not let Een prosperous. The township trustees Are now looking after their Comfort. Or. Simon Everhart is just furnishing a very handsome hotel and dwelling Down near the depot. Or. Everhart will occupy a portion of the House for a dwelling with the front for Thea com Dation of travellers. A first class Saloon and restaurant will also be opened in connection. Strasburg. John Yerkey is moving to Beauga county Liis week. Never scarcely was seen such a crop of apples in this Section. Squire Garver sprained his Back quite seriously on monday and has been suffering very much with it. The Strasburg brewery has an excellent reputation for the product they manufacture and Are Selling All they produce. A great portion of their goods goes into private families. The old and Well known firm of Stoutt. Amp Davy report Trade As improving. A full line of clothing furnishing j goods hats Caps groceries Etc., Are car j ried. A specially Fine line of Agricula i Tural implements is also on Sale. Or. Edward Studer our Well known dealer in musical instruments sewing machines Etc., reports Trade excellent. We Are glad to hear this As or. Studer is a gentleman in every sense of the word and Well deserving Success. The Young firm Garver Bros successors to p. A. Garver Are we Are glad to note doing a highly prosperous and growing business. Young blood will Tell and the Energy these Young men Are infusing into their conduct of Trade is hound to have its effect. Their Stock is Large and the selection evidences care and experience. Unclaimed letters. Market reports. Times office october 21, 1886. Flour Patent of bal. $ 5 10 a a a a sack. 1 25 a a Best family bbl. $ 4 45 a a Amber sack. 1 20 a a a a a a new proc 1 50 wheat�?4 Bushel. Of 4 a it corny new Bushel. 40 Oats new of Bushel. 27 rye�?lf4 Bushel. 66 butter of Pound. 8 @16 eggs dozen. 16 buckwheat flour u Pound. 03 hams Pound. 10 shoulders Pound. 06 sides of Pound. 07 Lari it a 4 Pound. 06 tallow Quot of Pound. 04 beef Quot of Pound. 07 @15 Salt Goshen barrel. 1 15 White Lime barrel. 1 00 Akron cements of barrel. 1 35 calcined plaster barrel. 2 25 land plaster of ton. 9 00 a barrel. 1 50 potatoes Bushel new. 30 dried peaches of Bushel. 1 00 dried apples Bushel. 75 a a a a a of Pound. 03 rags Pound. 01 onions Bushel. 50 Hay ton new. .5@6 00 Clover seed it Bushel. 4 25 Timothy seed of Bushel. 2 50 Wool. 30 fertilizers of ton. 35 00 the following list of unclaimed let ters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office october 18th, 1886 t m bidder oath countryman Ira o Craig Jake Ivi Sling w e Lowmiller Mary a Reiss miss Lizzie Robinson we Shaw j g Sitz t d Smithdeal win Satler c m Wolf Mary s Smith evangelist miss doll Fisher. E. Fribley p. The ladies of the m. E. Church will hold a fair and loan exhibition Middle of december. Remember this will be the place to buy your Christmas presents. Large speckled and spotted Bird dog and lie Lias been kept and cared for by me. The owner can have the log by paying for advertising Etc. 43tf Harry Kelly Fairfield. The Steubenville Herald suggests that the remains of the great War Secretary Edwin m. Stanton which Are now deposited in Washington cemetery be brought to Steubenville for permanent interment. It was in this City that he spent his youth and Early manhood. Court news. C Aultman amp co is Joseph d Reed plaintiff to reply. Orme amp Dent is Levi d Williams j d Laughead appointed commissioner to take testimony of. Ohio is Philip Zigler manslaughter no Bill by grand jury discharged. Ohio is Jesse Fidler burglary no Bill by grand jury discharged. Ohio a Charles Eckfield no Bill by grand jury discharged. Ohio is Archie Casteel shooting to kill no Hill by grand jury discharged. Ohio is Charles Davis pocket picking. J d Laughead and j ii Mitchell appointed to defend prisoner arraigned and plea of not guilty entered. Ohio is Charles Davis induced for pocket picking former Pica of not guilty withdrawn and plea of guilty entered sentenced to Penitentiary for one year. I Hubbell Brown amp co is Samuel Ilav Ner parties to Supply files and continued. Rust King amp Clent is Samuel Havner parties to Supply files and continued. Wili Iain Lehner is Robert Lynn continued. Jacob Engel is Augustus Wiff Elmi j w i Kreiter made party with leave to answer. Bertha Bowman is John Dessecker a hearing on motion motion overruled. Jacob Foehl is Isaac beavers plaintiff to file petition nov. 1, 18sg. P s Honstead is Henry Deible or. Co Novit $300. Amberg Burgunder so co is Samuel Goodman reviver of judgment for $616.83. John Dunlap or. Is James f Justice co Novit $237.50. Jane Scarborough is the Queen insurance company continued. Frank p Brown is Joshua p grim leave to defendant to answer and Cross petition instant tar. Edwards Townsend a co is Nathan i it Mcgrew amp co receiver ordered to sell at Public or private Sale. David w Reese is Charles it Ebright dismissed. Flora e Cahill is Simon Schrock settled. S Abuhl so co is the Cleveland amp Marietta r a tried to court finding for plaintiff $438.12 and costs. Probate court. 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 be for hearing on saturday october 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 1 Luston. Final account and vouchers of Samuel l. 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 Janies a. Burgess and Galen i. Burgess executors of the will of David Burgess deceased. First account and vouchers of t. Ileal a administrator with the will annexed of the estate of John f. Scarborough deceased. First account and vouchers of Jonathan 1. Romig trustee of the estate of Orvy c. Romig. Final account and vouchers of Frederick Walter guardian of Robert waiter. 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 k. 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 Rosen Berry guardian of Charles Kosen Berry an imbecile. Supplemental and final account and vouchers of James p. White administrator of the estate of John f. Whit j 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. Tufford 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 it Jeorge Schuler executor of the will of Lenry Gross deceased. Final account and vouchers of David Newton administrator of the state 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 warded deceased. Second account and vouchers of Sylvester r. Fankboner executor of the will of the Daniel Frankboner deceased. Final account and vouchers of Aaron i. Romig administrator of the estate of James ii. Ile wig deceased. First account and vouchers of John. Donahey administrator of the estate of Robert Thompson deceased. First account and vouchers of Wesley minor guardian of Anna b. Crissina. First account and vouchers of Thomas d. Armstrong one of the executor of the will of Polly Armstrong deceased. 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 i Tate 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 Dee eased. J. W. Yeagley 41 w4 judge of probate. For Sale.�?300 acres of first Clas 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 in Uhrichsville Road near the town of in Ike run. The buildings Are Good. This land will be sold As a whole or divided to suit purchasers. The River Bottom land would be sold in Small tracts. F. S. Romig. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. 35tf for Sale. A Small farm of 68 acres known As the Peter older tract on Pike run adjoining Coal mine no. 2. There Are three dwelling houses on the premises two Orchards and a school House. Sixty acres cleared and under Good cultivation and Good fences. All in grass. Terms reasonable. Possession can let a Given at any time. For particulars Call on Frank Romig at times office or William Oliver Pike run. 39tf for 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 the times office. 40t�

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