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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - October 28, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio New philae he 1 Imes. Volume Philadelphia o.,thursday, october 28, 1886. Number 44n new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday october 28, 1886. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. 4rthe new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in advances 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. 4�address All matter intended for publication to the newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use it whether he has ordered it not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without forming the publishers and the paper is sent to the former direction they Are held responsible notice should always be Given removal. If subscribers refuse neglect to take papers from the office place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to ticket District. Congress Berlah Wilkins state . W. Crites common pleas g Paree county. Representative. Probate .1 Edge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Francis Ankney a. W. Yeagley a. F. Wilkins a. Figert a. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. J. G. Neumann s. Rufer it w. E. Laski r. Benner 0. Ii. Gloover j. Wherley j. Porter a. Lorantz Sec City. Daniel James h. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. B. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. Marshal Street commissioner Council justices. Names. Daniel Krebs. James w Stoutt George Bear. Isaac couts. Lenry Deible. T Richardson. R g Galbraith. T k Robinson. Philip a Garver John Smith. Jas Galbraeth. John Misione. Daniel Richards t b Rankin. L s Winsch. And Timmerman. S y l s Mckinney. We e Beck. Samuel c Kline. J ii Gardner. Robot Coruthers John Wetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. T 11 Mozena. Joseph Healea _ Clias f Davis. C c Fernsel. Levi Travis. J w Newburg. Jos ii Hostetler Nich Mon tag. Wesley m Tracy John b Jones. Hiram Lehman. David Breymeir Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett. John s Spring. Charles 11 Ellers John w Tolli. Hugh t minus. C w Kinsley. In h Kuhn. s Wagner. J l Baldwin. Townships. Clay. Wayne. Perry. Washington Bucks. Sugar Creek. Warwick. Warren. Franklin. Goshen. Rush. Mill. Goshen. Rush. Clay. Perry. Fairfield. Sandy. Goshen. Lawrence. Warren. Washington Wayne. York. Bucks. Salem. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Franklin. Auburn. Dover. Dover. Dover. Andy. Auburn. Warwick. Lawrence. Sugar Creek. Salem. Jefferson. Fairfield. Jefferson. Goshen. Oxford. York. Union. Union. Post office. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Cadwallader. Paoli. Baltic. Shanes Ville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. New philae a. Gnadenhutten. Gnadenhutten. Cadwallader. New Philada a. Mineral City. New Philada a. Bolivar. New Cumberland Albany. Dundee. New Philada a. Baltic. Port Washington Uhrichsville. Dennison. New Cornertown 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. I new Cornertown Black band. Uhrichsville. I directory. every sunday at 10 a a a. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lords Day morning at 10 00 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 9 clock a. In. Methodist episcopal preaching every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. German every sunday at 1030.a. In. And 2 15 p. M., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday morning service each Mouth concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United Brethren preaching every sunday at 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. directory. chapter no. 38, r. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hull City Block. 0. P. Taylor. Ii. P. Daniel Getzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, 4 f. So a. a meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mcllvain . G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. In. Duncan k. Of r. And s. I. 0.0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. F. Kislig n. G. I. A. Courell rec. Sec a. A. O. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stempki Fly n. G. P. Skol Letec. Sec a. 1. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Udd Fellows Hall City Block. J. J. Pall c. P. I. A. Correll scribe. I. 0. 0. . P. U. C., no. 8, meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. R. J. W. Dodd Comdr. S. Iii St Secretary. G. A. Re Andrew Crawford Post no. 6, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. W. Bowers commander. Royal Council meets every first and third Friday each month in knights pythias Hall. W ii. Miller Regent. J. S. Bigler Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday each month at g. R. Hall. E. Kaserman pres we. Bowers. Cor. Sec a. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises a ores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat-aafaction. Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller amp son. 6yl member Congress,ber1ah Wilkins Tuscarawas county. Democratic state ticket. Secretary state John Mcbride Stark. Judge the supreme court m. I it. Follett Washington. Clerk the supreme court j. W. Craik Simank Miami. School commissioner Leroy i. Brown Butler. Board Public works l. W. Ludwig Cuya hoga. For common pleas judge j. Ii. 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. Remember that next tuesday is election Day. Let every Democrat turn out and vote for Mcbride Wilkins and Trainer and All the ticket. The ticket is made up Good men All the Way through. The candidates our county ticket Are All worthy men and deserve the full support the party. Our terms $1 per year Cash in Advance does not mean 10 months after Date. While we Are willing to give a Little time when necessary we ought not to be expected to wait to the end the year at such a Price. Many subscribers have had our paper 10 months and Are yet in arrears. The republicans in the 17th District Are having a sort a a a Monkey and Parrot time Over the nomination col. Taylor for Congress. A vote for Mcbride is a vote for an honest Man. A vote for Secretary Robinson is a vote for a Man who figured in the Bohemian Oats lie nailed the Dennison paragraph october 23, a avs a a there were Over six Hundred fees the docket when judge Pearce ascended the Bench in Tuscarawas county and that there Are Only half As Many the following properly authenticated certificate Speaks for itself a new Philadelphia o., oct. 25,�?T86. A this is to certify that the 11th Day May 1882, when judge Pearce first opened court in Tuscarawas county there were 327 cases civil and criminal the docket and the 5th Day oct., 1886, when he opened court there were 375 cases civil and criminal the docket. This is by careful comparison the dockets. A John Figert clerk. A a a. F. Wilkin prosecuting evidently . Pittenger has not consulted the records and it is to say the least impertinent to make such a statement without knowing the facts. Substantially the matter contained in this certificate has been repeatedly published and judge pearces friends who have examined the records dared not deny them. But some scheming political has duped . Pittenger to lend the authority his paper to this falsehood for the purpose having it copied into other papers and Given extensive circulation too late to be denied before it has done its mischief. This cunning attempt to obtain judicial honors he false pretences Temperance and dispatch business has Well nigh already recoiled with fatal effect. With Only one county to hold court for sitting double the length terms without the encumbrance District court duty and the trial Misdemeanour cases judge Pearce has got behind with his docket although there has been less business to do than during former administrations ten years before. There Are now More cases the court docket Tuscarawas county indisposed than Ever before in the history the county except during the period from 1876 to 1878, during which time the records show that there were about one half More cases brought and there was but one judge to transact the business this judicial subdivision. While a party men were working in a gravel Hank near Howard Knox county a few Days ago they exhumed the Skeleton a woman. An examination showed that the Skull had been crushed. There was nothing about the remains to identify them and the Case while shrouded in mystery is creating considerable excitement. Old residents state that about fifteen years ago a Quot woman passed through the Village Howard and inquired the Wray to Walhonding in Coshocton county but was never heard after having failed to reach her destination. Several years later there Wras found in a hollow tree in the same Vicinity a huge Maul that had blood stains and matted hair clinging to its surface. These circumstances seem to indicate that a foul murder was committed the particulars which will probably be forever shrouded in mystery. Mrs. Cornelia m. Stewart wife the late merchant Prince a. T. Stewart new York died monday at her residence in new York congestion the heart. Mrs. Stewart was aged 84 years and Wras noted for her charities. On saturday last a most enjoyable party and reunion took place at the residence Willian Wallace Beaver dam. It we As the Celebration the the 96th birthday anniversary grandmother Knisely. The Good old lady was in the Best health and spirits and partook heartily the bounteous feast prepared and seemed to live Over again the Happy period Wien All her offspring were prattling children at her Side. She is the Mother 14 children 9 whom Are living and who have grown up an Honor to their parents and to society. What greater Consolation can a Mother have. It is the Only recompense for a mothers love. Honor and bless her while she lives for when she is gone none can take her place. The children who Are living Are Oliver Knisely and Sarah Everitt new phila., mrs. We. Wallace Beaver dam Isaac e. Knisely Toledo Ohio Jonas Knisely Lima o., Sabila Mitchell and John Knisely Angola Indiana and Daniel Knisley and Rebeca Mitchell Butler Indiana All whom were present to cherish their k ind Mother except the latter two. The honoured guest was married to Daniel Knisely who died in 1877 aged 86 years after a Happy Union 63 years. Daniel Knisely the deceased came to this county in 18u3, it was then called Miami county. The family we As widely known As one the Pioneer families and was identified with the struggles Early settlement this county. And this old lady is looked upon As a living witness the Wildwood Days our Beautiful Valley and a Noble Type womanhood. She has been identified with the Luthern Church from its first organization. She bids fair to live out her Century. The Hook and ladder co. Of new Philadelphia had a meeting monday night for the election officers which resulted As follows Foreman Silas Compton. Secretary John w. Knisely. Treasurer . R. Lehman. Steward we. F. Dewandler. They then adjourned to c. Engels Oyster a rooms and partook heartily oysters at the expense the company. The boys have spent considerable time and Money to keep up this department and should have a Benefit Given them at the hands our citizens. Sex probate judge a. Ii. Brown has received an appointment As chief clerk at the Osage Indian Agency Indian territory. The a old roman has helped to fight the Battles democracy for Many years and is now being rewarded. Or. Brown served two years As probate judge this county and although not a lawyer he performed the duties the office with credit. Success to you alex., but let us remind you that an Indian never sees a Point in a joke and your store stories for amusement will be Little service at an Indian Agency. A couple Sharp rascals Are doing the towns in this state taking the measures Peoples feet and contracting to make them a pair lasts from which any Shoemaker can make a perfect fit. The last comes in due time for which the victim pays $5, and discovers shortly afterwards that they Are common affairs Worth 35 news. Would it not be better to take a newspaper and keep posted the swindles that Are so frequently practice the people. It is usually the Case that those who Are too stinger to take a newspaper that get caught. Mrs. Mary n. Grace wife George Grace residing in Union township died very suddenly tuesday evening last week. She was taken sick while milking the saturday evening previous with something like inflammation the bowels. The deceased was aged 40 years and leaves two children. The interment took place at Llo Ford cemetery wednesday afternoon. Rev. Williams conducted the ceremonies. Mrs. Waltz widow the late Samuel Waltz died Friday morning october 22d, at her residence Beaver dam. Deceased had been suffering from a chronic kidney disease for about two years. She was a member St. Mathews lutheran Church and the remains were interred in the cemetery connected with that Church sunday last. Five children and a Host grandchildren mourn her departure. The famous fleeter baby died at the Home its parents Friday night last. Its age was 20 months and weight 85 pounds. The child measured 33 inches around the Chest 40 at the Waist and 25 around the thigh. The death was sudden and is supposed to have been caused by an excessive fatty growth about the heart. We clip the following from the Minerva Neus the notice is under the head a a found in front a. I looped a store a pair ladies White Muslin two Button pantaloons pockets the Side and Zigzag ornaments the Bottom. Owner can have same by proving property and paying for this a Railroad Accident at East Liverpool thursday night last caused the death Charles Walker brakeman and the fatal injury Dell Peck a fireman. The cause the Accident was carelessness the part some one in leaving a switch open. The Young ladies and gentlemen the m. E. Church have organized and met tuesday evening in the Church Parlours for the purpose preparing for the fair and loan exhibition which is to be held during the holidays. We Are sorry to learn that sex sheriff Robert Price Dundee is suffering from what is pronounced an incurable cancer in his Throat. Messes. Wise amp Zeiba we notice Are now driving a double team an accession being made in a neat and toppy looking boy Johny this week. Subject Rev. Cooke a Sermon next Sabbath a Jonah at Uhrichsville is counting a big Day saturday at their Street fair. A pair slippers an eloping canvass. We clip the following from the Ohio Democrat. It is a communication from the bar in answer to the Oft repeated charges made against the members with reference to the common pleas judgeship. The Oft repeated assertion that judge Pearce is a a a Temperance a Man is not True personally officially. It is made to Gull Temperance voters. The judge himself is not posing that platform. He knows better. Are his friends aware they Are treading dangerous ground we warn them. We do not intend to Deal in personalities although it might seem but just retribution to do so for the false and indecent charges made against judge Trainer who is to say the least every Way the peer judge Pearce. We think a canvass for judicial honors ought to be above the disgusting personalities touching private life which disgrace american politics. Let us treat this matter with the dignity due the office. The curious if they wish May privately learn the facts. While the truth will not prove him a Temperance Man by any Means he will be found neither above nor below his Brethren the profession in the scale right living. We come now to advert to a delicate bit Campaign literature. It is a startling piece incivility entirely unworthy judge Pearce if we could believe him guilty it. But he has privately disclaimed it and disapproved it. We refer to a scurrilous diatribe in the Cadiz Republican. That paper divides the opposition to judge Pearce in Tuscarawas county into two Small but co ordinate factions briefly thus 1. Keepers bars Salon lists whom he has punished severely for violating the Law. 2. Members the bar drunkards and sluggard whom he has rebuked for misdemeanours in court. What a Chaste and fair classification this has done the judges cause far More harm that Good. Let the Public Bear in mind that not even such jeers and gibes As these have provoked the members the Tuscarawas bar to retort in personal reproaches upon judge pea co. They leave the Slang Whang to the to reducers judge trainers character to whom it is congenial. They remember that judge Pearce is a lawyer and they will not treat him Dis courteously. Like the Moor when it is their Cue to fight they know it without a prompter but like the thracian Gladiator when a Craven would provoke them to fight a brother they turn upon him in Noble resentment. Stubborn strife and controversy is the business lawyers but they fight their clients Battles not their own. Towards each other personally they demean themselves in a fair and kindly spirit and generous Confidence which preachers May emulate and some other fraternities seem incapable . The conduct the Tuscarawas bar towards judge Pearce has been Lawver like honorable and dignified both toward the Man and the office. The author the article referred to they deem a boor and a Pis mire which they scorn to notice. That article is a sorry slander utterly false and at Best perfectly foreign to the question fitness for judicial position. Now we come to the breach Between Bench and bar in Tuscarawas county. For a Long time before the rupture lawyers had misgivings the judges fitness to preside Over a court. But they held their peace and gave him patient trial. Having naturally a haughty spirit and having acquired in honorable service a military bearing he brought to the Bench the imperious Sway the major rather than the mild authority the magistrate. It needs no argument to prove that the arbitrary discipline the Camp is incompatible with the deliberate methods a court. But some people who mistook commanding tones for real Power and assumed austerity for mental serenity thought they perceived in judge Pearce the elements Strong character and executive Power and they praised and encouraged his Gruff Ness. Being an irritable and impetuous Man he fell int it excesses. He went so far in one direction that in trying to recover his equilibrium he leaned too far in the other. Bearing too hard one Side he must be needlessly severe the other in order to appear impartial. Thus he affected first one Side then the other and disturbed the even course Justice. Need it be said lawyers often hesitated to risk their cases with a court thus constituted like mariners in changeable weather they knew not when it was Safe to put to sea. Delay and confusion resulted As a matter course. The court would lose its patience and pour out a torrent caustic invective unbecoming the dignity a judge and humiliating and injurious to lawyers. A judge personages Sovereign Power lawyers represent Humble suitors. To be useful in their sphere they must be men Independence and Strong character. Of All men they Are most susceptible to motives right and interest and they have the greatest interest in the dispatch business in court. The court is a Field in which they Are gleaners As the trusted stewards their clients. But certainly they must have some discretion when to sow and when to reap. An arbitrary attempt to control that discretion is a cause vexation and delay. Thus judge Pearce has appeared to grasp his business with a Strong hand and made so Little Progress. This state things was very detrimental to the business lawyers and the interests clients. Some the judges most trusted friends wished to hint to him the use Milder Means but were repulsed with lofty indifference. What was the bar to do to endure this galling servitude were ignoble. To remonstrate with the judge the Bench about his infirmity might seem an indignity to his office at least it would be humiliating to his feelings. The lawyers therefore concluded to privately present to him As judge a Plain but respectful statement their grievances in writing and ask him to resign As the most delicate Way saying their wrongs were unendurable. This was not a contempt court but the exercise a civil right As old As the Days Charles i and guaranteed to americans in the first amendment to the Constitution. Judge pearces action this occasion illustrates his character. He received the petition the Bench and read it mutely. Then he addressed the petitioners and assured them individually his personal Good will and his great respect for them As a bar talented and honorable men not excelled by any other bar he knew. He said a if there was anything amiss his part he would not Only make an apology but could and would make it right?.�?� the petitioners then assured him their sincere Good feeling and respect for him personally and their desire for a free and Friendly conference with him believing it would result in More agreeable relations Between him As presiding judge and them As officers his court. He promised to name a Day for that conference. He never did so. On reflection he chose rather to violate that Promise and preserve his Pride by not condescending to meet the bar. He gave the affair to the newspapers and has gone to the people As a Martyr to the cause judicial Reform. We think his first impulse was the better. His after thought was unwise. He should have met the members bar As men entitled to have their grievances heard. We do not impugn his motives. We respect him As a Man and a citizen but we think he lacks a prime and indispensable element a Good judge. He has not what is called a a judicial he has not the great discernment combined with the self Mastery Strong character which gives intellectual equipoise. Lie is imperious impatient rash and vacillating and singularly wanting in the Power drawing men towards him. As a judge he has alienated the respect the bar and stubbornly fixed a Gulf Between him and them. There can not be harmonious action Between them and therefore the business the court cannot Prosper under his management. As he is not popular with lawyers in the other counties we presume the same will be More less so there. We cannot close with a More appropriate sentiment nor draw it from a higher source than this from the a Albany Law journal september 4th a it is a wholesome thing to have a judge to know that he is liable to step Down and out if he does not behave himself. A judicial tyrant is the worst mortality. The past week has witnessed the demise two our oldest and most respected citizens. On thursday the 21st, mrs. Matilda Blickens Derfer relict tie late Simon Blickens Derfer departed this life at her Home in Warwick township. The cause her death was a general wearing out her faculties consequent upon a very Active life. The deceased was a lady very widely known in this Section and highly esteemed. She was in the neighbourhood 70 years age. Three children Are left to morn her departure Mattie wife Charles Bartles new Philadelphia Cornelia wife Philip Bosche and one son Albert. The interment took place at Sharon cemetery saturday the 23rd. W. R. Frame new Cornertown a jury Man received a Telegram announcing the death his brother in Law William Ledlie at his Home in Kim Bolten Guernsey county. Or. Ledlie was one the representative men this Section and one considerable wealth. Deceased leaves a wife and one son. Or. Frame was excused from acting the jury and left to attend the funeral. Edward Everitt this City died tuesday last lung disease. He was a Young Man Promise and a useful member society. His father who was Well known in this City and Community As one new Philadelphia a leading citizens passed away about two years ago. Edward has now gone to meet him a a beyond the the friends the deceased have our sympathy. Mrs. Julia Mclean an aged widow lady this City died at the residence her son William sunday last and was buried tuesday. She was a kind and devoted Mother a True Christian and member the m. E. Church. She possessed a rare temperament that won her Many friends. She leaves three sons to mourn her departure. Mrs. Elizabeth Minnich widow the late John Minnich Trenton this county died last monday old age and general debility. She was a most estimable lady a devoted Christian and a member the Luthern Church. She was buried wednesday. She leaves a number children to mourn her departure. On monday . John Knaus one Tuscarawas county a pioneers expired heart disease. Deceased was a gentleman wide acquaintance and High Esti ability. Both the parties were members the moravian Church. Or. Knaus was buried at Sharon cemetery Oigt wednesday. The soldiers Monument. Ground was broken last week in the court House Square for the Granite Shaft to be erected to the memory Tuscarawas county a Gallant heroes who gave up their lives m defense their country in the late War. The funds necessary for this Beautiful tribute was left by our late townsman and Brave Soldier chaptian Kallenbaugh. It is now in process completion at Cleveland and the expectation is that it will he unveiled about the Middle next May. It will be Westerly Rhode Island Granite entire and in height will be 35 feet from base to top statue. It will be surmounted by a figure an infantry Soldier standing at Parade rest and Clad in full Winter uniform. The Shaft is Square relieved by 4 columns at the base which will be placed at each the four Corners a Cannon. Beneath this and at the Corners Wil be represented the four arms the services infantry cavalry artillery and the Navy. The inscription which it will Bear was worded by capt. Kallenbaugh and is As follows a a erected to my Brave and Gallant comrades Tuscarawas county who fell in defense our glorious Union. Left by a member the 51st Ohio the Monument is considered by those who have seen it thus far in its Progress toward completion to be one the handsomest in the state. It will infinitely enhance the appearance our Beautiful notes. Hon. Ii. H. Porter was in town monday. Or. And mrs. Will Smith were the guests j. Ii. Booth last Friday. Hon. Beriah Wilkins was registered at the Exchange hotel monday. Mrs. Ii. T. Stockwell visited Cleveland tuesday and witnessed Edwin Booth in e. S. Sauers attorney Mineral Point is attending court this week. He is building up rapidly in the practice. Mrs. John w. Judy returned Home wednesday from an extended visit with friends in Cleveland and Elyria. Rev. Mcnulty wife and two children Are visiting at the residence grandma and grandpa Vinton North Broadway. Or. De. Campbell and family Gnadenhutten spent sunday at the residence Nathan Stine West High Street. The Ever genial countenance Al. Carlisle Pittsburg was seen our streets during the Early part the week. _ s. B. Ila skins one the True and tried democrats Uhrichsville made a Friendly Call at the times office tuesday last. Or. And mrs. John Knisely and Sabila Mitchell Angola Indiana and Jonas Knisley Lima Ohio were All in this City last saturday and sunday visiting relatives. Or. James Conn jr., who has been employed the new court House at Troy Ohio came Home wednesday this week to visit his father in new Philadelphia. Thursday evening october 21st, . And mrs. Myers entertained in handsome style a Large party Young people. The occasion being the sixteenth birthday their son de. Miss Fannie Earich one new Liila Delphias charming Belles has gone to Zanesville Ohio a three weeks visit. She will be the guest miss Emma Dittmar. P. Ii. Quick and John Varner both Dennison gave the times Ollice a Friendly Call monday last. They Are both Jolly Good Fellows. Or. Quick is one the Best engineers the Panhandle Road. Or. Isaac Knisely and daughter mrs. Aliene Zimmerman Toledo . And mrs. B. E. Mcclary new Cornertown . Jonas and Daniel Knisely and wife were All in this City last saturday attending the 95th birth Day party Given by . And mrs. William Wallace to grandma Knisely. Miss Carrie i Loup entertained some her Young lady friends last saturday afternoon by spreading before them a very tempting and inviting repast and bidding them eat and be merry. In the eve the Young gents called with Good wishes and congratulations for the fair Carrie who was a a Sweet sixteen that day__ to Morrow night Fred Degrief who for the past two years has been clerk in the d. Amp m. Freight House Here will go to Perrysburg seven Niles South Toledo the d. Amp m. And take charge the ticket and freight offices there. Fred is making a rapid Advance in the Railroad business and he deserves it too. A Lima daily 1 Imes. G. A. Meusdorfer new phila., has returned from Oberlin o., at which place be has just graduated in penmanship with High honors. He exhibited to us some Fine specimens penmanship pen drawing and card writing. Or. Neuderfer informs us that he will soon engage in teaching penmanship in Tuscarawas county. He undoubtedly will be an Able instructor and will Merit a full share patronage. Mcavoyy Hibernia ii at music Hall saturday night this week. Go and Purchase your tickets in Advance at Harris Bros. Jewelry store. A most excellent show. A tour through Ireland and a great company comedians in a very funny program. Two bands music a brass band and an Irish Piper band in Parade at 2 clock in the afternoon. Unclaimed letters. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office october 26th, 18s6 will c Bennet miss Sada Ramel rur Myrade Jno Luenberger alb Ferner mrs. Jane Helmink w ii Duncan. E. Fill Bley p. Transfers heal estate. T w Loller to ii t Langill lot 3, Dennison $600. Jno m wheland to Dora m Dugan 2 acres Gnadenhutten $125. S l Tidrick to Rachael w Rankin lots 52 and 53, Gilmore $600. Jno Shaffer to we s Shaffer 13 acres Sandy township $100. Jesse t Walton to Edward r Kelly lot 6, Dennison $90. Andrew Barber and others to Criswell amp nagely 1 acre new Philadelphia $1,500. Alvin t Leech to Jesse t Walton part lots 30 and 31, Newport $125. Jno f Welches Assignee to Alvin t Leech lots 30 and 31, Newport $520. Dan a Hoopengarner to Jas p Mcbride 3 34-100 acres Dover township $400. Henry Ila Gloth to Lavina Bixler 50 acres Lawrence township $5,000. Jacob Bair to Jacob Kolin lot 5 and part 6, Winfield $600. The Tuscarawas Coal amp Iron co to the separatists Zoar. Lot 13, Fairfield township $75. The tax $600 per annul Ole Margarine goes into effect novem see the Fine line teas at Judy a. Fresh spices a specially at Judy a. The finest assortment canned fruits in the City at Judy a. An International issues the offspring an English lord and an american heiress. The line gents underwear now exhibit at g. Senhauser amp songs has never been equalled in the Valley. Just arrived. Save Money by dealing at the Boston clothing House. A handsome fancy shirt for 50 cents at the Boston clothing House. Those $4.00 boy suits at the Boston clothing House Are wonderfully cheap. An elegant suit Winter underclothing for 50 cents at the Boston clothing House. The most fastidious taste can he suited in furnishing goods at the Boston clothing House. The Boston clothing House leads All the stores in the Valley in the Way variety and Low prices. What do you think a i it oys genteel Winter hat for 25 cents. They Are to he had at the Boston clothing House. The largest Stock mensa Hoys and childrens clothing in the City is to be seen at the Boston clothing House. We were More than astonished the other Day at seeing the magnificent Quality shown in the $8.00 overcoats at the Boston clothing House. 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 new Trade to our town. Make your prices As Low As you can possibly sell nothing but Good goods and Success is bound to attend. That is the secret the immense Trade the Boston clothing House is constantly doing. Remarkably elegant in appearance and specially Good value Are those $10 suits at the Boston one Price clothing House. You would naturally think they were made to order by merchant tailors. The Chicago anarchists Are to Hung december 3d. Just arrived. A Good heavy suit underwear at 45 cents at the Boston one Price clothing House. A Good heavy suit underwear at 45 cents at the Boston one Price clothing House. An elegant and Well made Unlyun dried shirt for 39 cents at the Boston clothing House. If you want a Good pair working dress gloves go to the Boston one Price clothing House. A splendid medicated All Wool suit red underclothing for $1, at the Boston one Price clothing House. An elegant and Well made Unlyun dried shirt for 39 cents at the Boston clothing House. Did you see those heavy and Superior overalls for men and boys Price 35 ets. At the Boston clothing House. A Superior working shirt for men Hoys Good Strong material for 25 cts. At the Boston clothing House. Good and Well made clothing always to be had at the lowest prices at the Boston one Price clothing House. If you want a Good pair working dress gloves go to the Boston one Price clothing House. % if you want a first class overcoat at the lowest possible Price go to the Boston one Price clothing House. A splendid medicated All Wool suit red underclothing for $1, at the Boston one Price clothing House. The finest assortment children a clothing in the county at the Boston one Price clothing House. An elegant line children a overcoats ranging from one Dollar to seven dollars at the Boston one Price clothing House. A magnificent line double breasted Chinchilla Coats and vests equal to the finest custom finish at the Boston one Price clothing House. Remarkably elegant in appearance and especially Good value Are those $10 suits at the Boston one Price clothing Alonse. You would naturally think they were made to order by merchant tailors. Fall is the time for fall planting generally. Do not forget to Call Daniel Wyss new Philadelphia for anything you need in the fruit tree line. It will pay you to patronize Home enterprises. 44w2 now is the time to buy the Champion Wagon the Best now in use. No switching Tongue against the legs your horses when rough roads. Send to Cyrus Mcqueen Baltic Tuscarawas co., Ohio for circular that has a Cut the Wagon it. For the purpose testing the merits the Wagon i will sell one in each township at a greatly reduced Price. Who will lie the first Man now to get the Benefit this reduction. Only one in each township can have that Benefit. 44tf . Samuel Mclean 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 Chicago general agent for the Book struck the right Man when he employed Mclean As he is Well known throughout the county and is an expert in the Ohio. Eighth common pleas District. At a meeting the judges the common pleas court in said District held at Bellaire in the county Belmont the third tuesday october 1886 ordered that the Day the commencement each term the common pleas courts in each county in such District for the year 1887, be fixed As follows to wit mus Kingham county january 4th, april 12th, november 14th. Morgan county March loth june 14th, september 27th. Noble county january 4th, april 5th, september 27th. Guernsey county february loth april 26th, october 18th. Belmont county february 8th, april 26th, october 4th. Monroe county March 15th, june 4th, november 22d. Harrison county january 4th, March 29th, september 6th. Jefferson county january 11th, april 5th, september 20th. Tuscarawas county february 1st, april 19th, september 27tli. Each term to begin at 9 clock a. Ordered that the labor holding the common pleas courts said District he apportioned among the judges As follows in the counties Muski Ngum Morgan Noble and Guernsey by judges j. W. Campbell and George l. Phillips and their successors. In the counties Belmont and Monroe by judge St. Clair Kelly and his successor. In the counties Harrison Jefferson and Tuscarawas by judges Joseph c. Hance and John s. Pearce and their successors. Ordered that the clerk the court common pleas the county Belmont be requested to Forward to the Secretary state a copy the foregoing order fixing the Day the commencement each term in the several counties in said District. Ordered that Joseph c. Hance one the judges the subdivision said District is designated to supervise the execution the foregoing order and to perform such other duties As May devolve him by Law As such supervising j Edge. Joseph c. Hance John s. Pearce St. Clair Kelley j. W. Campbell George l. Phillips judges. State Ohio Tuscarawas county is. I John Figert clerk the court common pleas within and for the aforesaid county do hereby certify that the foregoing is a True and Correct copy the original a times holding common pleas court the eighth judicial District a now file in said clerks office. In testimony whereof i have Hereunto set my hand and affixed the Seal said court at new l. S. Philadelphia Ohio this Twenty fifth Day october 1886. John Figert news. Market reports times office october 28, 1886. Flour Patent bbl. $ 5 Best family bbl. A a Amber sack. A a a a new Proe. Wheat Bushel. Corny new Bushel. Oats new Bushel. Rye Bushel. Butter ski Pound. Eggs Cloven. Buckwheat flour Pound. H Amsz Pound. Shoulders Pound. Cd. Sides a Pound lard Pound. Tallow Pound. Beef Pound. Salt Goshen barrel. White Lime barrel. Akron cements barrel. Calcined plaster barrel. Land plaster ton. A a barrel. Potatoes Bushel new. Dried peaches Bushel. Dried apples Bushel. A Pound. Rags Pound. Onions Bushel. Hay ton new Clover seed Bushel .4 Timothy seed w Bushel. Wool. Fertilizers ton. 35 10 25 45 20 50 73 40 27 66 8�16 18 03 10 06 07 06 04 07� 15 1 15 1 00 1 35 2 25 9 00 50 30 00 75 03 01 50 00 15 30 00 Oranz Liebman amp co is Samuel Goodman plaintiff to Supply petition. Mary f Beatty is Edward Beatty trial to court finding for plaintiff one cent damages. Frederick Baker is Sophia Baker divorce granted. Joseph e Fredenbur is the Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling r a defendant to file answer. Benj Beans is the Royal insurance company we Albaugh leave to answer i Stanter. Gregg a co is William Wingate and John Marshall tried to court finding for plaintiffs for $508.88. Mary m Wingate is Zebulon p Sparks demurrer to third defense sustained and leave to defendant to Amend answer. Hood Bonbright amp co is William f Burt default judgment $855.95. Joseph e Fredenbur is the Cleveland Lorain a Wheeling r r co tried to jury no verdict jury discharged and Case continued. Boody Deis a co is the Dennison Coal co continued. Joseph b iter is Charles Scheu it Al Vinton Stoutt a Vinton to answer i Stanter. Adam Lippert is Jolt i Neuman default judgment $1,036.60 and Cost. John Bosheck is Mary Mauset Al settled and costs paid. James g Henderson is Jason l Henderson. Edwards Townsend a co is Nathan b Mcgrew a co receivers Sale prop to confirmed further order court proceeds to be held. Joseph Beiter is Charles a Scheu order partition granted. Conrad Zinger is Peter Janson it us default Jurl gent $926. James g Henderson is Jason Henderson will Ebenezer Henderson amicably adjusted by parties jury instructed to find the will contested to lie the last will and testament deceased. One the oldest and most reliable business houses in the Tuscarawas Valley is the Well known establishment messes. Mat Bias a Williams in new Philadelphia. Their uniform habit 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 has been provided. Dry goods very 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 in seen in Large assortment. As usual a Complete and fresh Stock the it est Quality groceries will always be found Sale. No pleasanter place More profitable one at which to Deal will lie found than at this Sterling House. Winter gloves every kind style Quality and Price at g. Senhauser a songs. 43 w2 to see the largest line overcoats and the lowest prices go to g. Senhauser a songs. 43w2 the newest styles in hats and Caps at g. Senhauser a songs. 43w2 furnishing goods in endless variety at Senhauser a. 43w2probate court. Notice is hereby Given that the following accounts and vouchers executors administrators guardians trustees and assignees have been filed in the office the probate court Tuscarawas county Ohio and will he for hearing saturday october 30th, 1886, and continue from Day to Day until All Are disposed . Supplemental final account and vouchers George e. Campbell administrator the estate William Campbell deceased guardian Nettie Huston. Final account and vouchers Samuel l. Anderson guardian Ellis Anderson. Final account and vouchers Alice j. Boone administer matrix the estate Amelia Boone deceased. T first account and vouchers James a. Burgess and Galen i it. Burgess executors the will David Burgess deceased. First account and vouchers t. 1>. Healea administrator with the will annexed the estate John f. Scarborough deceased. First account and vouchers Jonathan t. Komi trustee the estate Orvy c. Romig. Final account and vouchers Frederick Walter guardian Robert Walter. Final account and vouchers John w. Criswell administrator the estate Mary a. Criswell deceased. Final account and vouchers Samuel g. Stoody administrator with the will annexed the estate Anne r. Aldridge deceased. Final account and vouchers Christian Meyer administrator with the will annexed the estate Wilhelmina Engel deceased. First account and vouchers Wesley Rosenberry guardian Charles Rosen Berry an imbecile. Supplemental and final account and vouchers James p. White administrator the estate John f. White deceased. Amended partial account and vouchers James m. Burt Assignee Garrett b. Smith an insolvent debtor. First account and vouchers William Quinn executor the will Luke Quinn deceased. Final account and vouchers John t. Simmers guardian Annie e. Simmers. A final account and vouchers Elisabeth Kugler guardian John Franklin Kugler. Final account and vouchers Elisabeth Kugler guardian Clara e. Kugler. First account and vouchers Samuel Slade one the executors the will Polly Armstrong deceased. Final account and vouchers a. Tut Ford executor the will Jacob Tut Ford deceased. First account and vouchers Francis Cunningham administrator the estate Fredrick Wiandt deceased. First account and vouchers George Schuler executor the will Henry Cross deceased. Final account and vouchers David Newton administrator the estate Alice Newton deceased. Final account and vouchers j. T. Mccullough guardian Emerson Davis. Final account and vouchers John ii. Benfer administrator the estate Jonas Wardell deceased. Second account and vouchers Sylvester r. Fankboner executor the will the Daniel Frank Boner deceased. Final account and vouchers Aaron d. Romig administrator the estate James Al Helwig deceased. First account and vouchers John c. Donahey administrator the estate Robert Thompson deceased. First account and vouchers Wesley minor guardian Anna b. Crissman. First account and vouchers Thomas i. Armstrong one the executors the will Polly Armstrong deceased. Final account and vouchers John Misione administrator the estate Rebecca Misione deceased. Final account and vouchers Benjamin g. Mizer administrator the estate John Baker deceased. Final account and vouchers Benedict Moery guardian Alice a. Moery. Final account and vouchers John f. Welch administrator the estate Mary e. Welch deceased. First account and vouchers William it. Thompson administrator the estate Martin v. B. Haskins deceased. J. W. Yeagley 41 w4 judge probate. For Sale.�?300 acres first class Plain and River Bottom land and about 70 acres Hill land let eing what remains unsold the James Waddington farm situated the new Philadelphia and Uhrichsville Road near the town Pike run. The buildings Are Good. This land will in sold As a whole divided to suit purchasers. The River Bottom land would be sold in Small tracts. F. S. Romig. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. 35tf for Sale. A Small farm 68 acres known As the Peter older tract Pike run adjoining Coal mine no. 2. There Are three dwelling houses the premises two Orchards and a school House. Sixty acres cleared and under Good cultivation and Good fences. All in grass. Terms reasonable. Possession can be Given at any time. For particulars Call Frank Romig at times office William Oliver Pike run. 39tf 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 40tf

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