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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - September 2, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio Or a Al Lac volume Philadelphia o., thursday september 2, 1886. Number 38new . Samuel Moore proprietor. W. H. Watson editor. Thursday september 2, 1886. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. #3the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in if not paid within six months. 1 50 a remittances should he sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Tab address All matter intended for publication to the newspapers. Democratic ticket subscribers who do not give express notice the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use it whether he Lias ordered it not will be held in Law to 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 directory. District. Cong re r i a h w i 1 k i n s state . W. Crites common pleas Jip Pree county. Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins a. Figert g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey j. L. Kennedy j. G. Neumann i s. Kufer a e. Lash r. Benner 0. Ii. Hoover l j. W her icy w. Rogers l. Krantz Sec Laprese native. Probate .1 Edge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. City. Daniel Korns. James 11. Morrow. Elijah Shuli. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Ltd. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. Win. Campbell. Andrew Erwin. Mayor clerk marshal Street commissioner Council justices. Names. Townships. Daniel Krebs Clay. James w Stoutte Wayne. George Bear a Perry. Isaac couts Washington Henry Deible Bucks. T Richardson sugar Creek. R g Galbraith Warwick. T k Robinson Warren. Philip a Garver Franklin. John Smith Goshen. Jas Galbraeth. Rush. John Milone Mill. Daniel Richards Goshen. T b Rankin. Rush. L s . A<1 Timmerman. Perry. S y Renneker Fairfield. Is Mckinney. Sandy. Win e Beck Goshen. Sumuel c Kline. Lawrence. J h Gardner Warren. Robot a outliers Washington John Wetter Wayne. William Kinsey York. Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. T 11 mozeta. Joseph heaven. Chas f Davis c c Fernsel. Levi Travis. J w Newbury. Jos ii Hostetter Nich tag. Wesley m Tracy John b Jones. Ilioram Echman. David Breymeir Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett. John s Spring. Charles h Ellers John w Lolli. Hugh t i Unis. w Kinsley. 1 ii Kuhn. s Wagner Union. J l Baldwin Union. Post Offick. Bucks. Salem. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Franklin. Auburn. Dover. Dover. Dover. Lundy. Auburn. Warwick. Lawrence. Sugar Creek. Salem. Jefferson. Fairfield. Jefferson. Goshen. Oxford. York. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Cadwallader. Ippoli. 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. Port Washington Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomerstown Strasburg. Ragersville. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City. Rogersville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Shanesville. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Stone a reek. New Philada a. Newcomerstown Black band. Uhrichsville. Lees i directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. Ci1rist1 every lords Day morning at 10 80 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 9 clock a. In. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7o�?Tclock p. Sunday school at 0 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. G Erman reformed preaching every sunday at 1w30, a. And 2 15 p. M., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On tin Glrst sunday morning service each month a missionary concert in the evening. Lutheran services Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday eve Niue at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United Hing every sunday at 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock p. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. directory. chapter no. 38, r. A. A. Meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Liall City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniel Getzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, i. F. A a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mcllwaine . Log. L. , Sec a. Knights Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. Beck c. W. Duncan k. Of r. 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. I. 0. 0. Lodge. No. 480, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stempfly n. G. P. Seiii., rec. Sec a. 1. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. J. J. Parr. P. I. A. , scribe. I. O. 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. 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 Yaeli Mouth in knights pythias Hall. W 11. Miller Regent j. S. Bigler Secretary. National Council no 52. Meets every second and fourth wednesday each month at g. Ruall. Kaserman pres. We. Bowers Cor. Sec y. Prances r0mig, attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. Gamuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank. Member Congress,ber1ah Wilkins Tuscarawas county. Democratic state ticket. Secretary state John Mcbride Stark. Judge the supreme court m. I. 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. County ticket. For commissioner w. Laski Lawrence township. For infirmary director Ozias Delong. Salem township. For Coroner w. Beck Goshen township. All going Well. The Treasury department finds itself Able to Call in Bonds to the amount $15,000,000, and intimates that the Bond Calls will he continued right along although the requirements the sinking fund have almost been complied with since the beginning the fiscal year. The Stock Gold in the Treasury continues to accumulate the revenues Are increasing and hid fair to exceed those last year. They Are honestly collected and there is none that waste and loss revenues so common during the later Republican administration. Gold is flowing into the country from Europe notwithstanding that the coinage Silver has not been suspended thus putting to confusion the financial false prophets who declared that the country would lose All its Gold if it continued to Coin Silver. The Hoard Money in the new York Banks has fallen from $70,000,000 a what it was a year ago to $7,000,000 indicating that the Money has gone out through the arteries Trade and Commerce to stimulate and strengthen Trade and business All Over the country. The Farmers have sold the products their farms for better prices than last year and the indications a prosperous fall and Winter in business and commercial circles Are very Bright. Altogether things Are going Well under a democratic administration. The Republican stump speakers will have considerable trouble this fall in explaining Why the country has not gone All to smash under democratic Rule and in convincing the people that there is any Good reason Why the Republican party should he Given another Chance. Speaking the firemen a tournament held in new Philadelphia the 19th and 20th August the Wooster jacksonian says the Eastern Ohio firemen a tournament held at new Philadelphia thursday and Friday last was one the most successful Ever held in the state. The Beautiful Little capital Tuscarawas was gaily decked in Holiday attire in Honor the event and presented a most pleasing appearance. Business houses Public buildings and dwellings were ornamented with flags and Hunting and the entire population the City seemed to have Laid them Alvs out to make it pleasant and agreeable for the visiting firemen and friends. In this they succeeded most admirably As everybody and especially the firemen Are loud in their praises the kindness and hospitality the citizens. The Dex Tyler sporting Hook and ladder company was present. They went Down to capture the first prize and they got it�?$150 m Gold. The Hoys made themselves very popular with everybody by their Fine appearance and gentlemanly conduct and nothing that could be done was too Good for Wooster. The company is an excellent one composed gentlemen As the roster names elsewhere will show and is a credit to our City and themselves. An extensive programme Hose Hook and ladder bicycle and foot races were arranged and carried out everything being done in a fair and Square manner by the managers the tournament and each prize awarded solely the merits the contestants. This can not always be said firemen a tournaments. Card thanks. Or. Bitting Baltimore md., recently made a bet with a lady acquaintance that lie would commit suicide the stakes being $50 a Side. Sunday morning the doctor was found dead in his bed with a deep wound in his head just above the ear and a revolver in his hand. He left a note to the Young lady with whom he made the bet saying a a i have done it and was not drunk. You have lost and i have won the $50.�?� the woman is nearly dead from grief Over the act As she believes she was the cause it. The republicans the sixteenth District met at Coshocton last week and nominated a preacher by the name Downs who lives somewhere in Licking county As a candidate for Congress. He was about the Only Man in the District who was willing to stand up and take the drubbing that Beriah Wilkins will give him next november. Downs will be downed by about 8,000 majority. A Holmes county Farmer. A a bobs Kennedy the Ohio Rump Senate and a a Bill a Gibson who has a record peculiarly his own together with several other statesmen ? the same stamp have been solicited to assist Jim Blaine in maintaining at least a respectable Republican majority in Maine at the coming election. W. And i. Gladstone two Dusty Millers White cottage Stark count aare cousins the great English statesman. They Are quite unobtrusive business men and Are said to take More Pride in their american citizenship and their millstones than in their English Gladstone. Monopolists from different parts the country Are expected to contribute funds towards the defeat Mcbride who Heads tie democratic state ticket in Ohio. Already Republican organs have inaugurated the War cry a capital against a correspondent says that thirty four Winters passed puget sound Only six were severe enough to require the housing Stock. There Are often hot summer Days and Cool nights. The Winter months Are from october to april and Only now and then is the ice Strong enough to hear human footsteps. According to the Boston courier a Man May have plenty brains May Tower head and shoulders above his Fellows May in fact he a very Demigod in ability but he will amount to nothing in the eyes Young and pretty women if his trousers hag at tiie Knees. The name the Republican nominee for Congress in this District is Rev. Downs and Down he Ivill go sure enough under about eight thousand majority. A Republican managers expect to make an organized Light against labor in Ohio this year. Editor times a please return Many thanks to the firemen and citizens new Philadelphia for their Well Eon ducted tournament and exemplary kindness to visitors. Or. Harvey the Exchange hotel is a perfect gentleman worthy Public patronage. Hoping to be Able to return the compliment in the near future we remain respectfully Independent ii. In l. ., Salem Ohio. On saturday August 28th, the proprietor the times in company with m. V. Ream sr., attended the Union Sabbath school picnic at Barros Mills. It was a gathering no Small proportions. Fully 2,000 people were in attendance. Seven Sabbath schools were represented Barros Mills Union Hill Walnut Creek Shanesville Dundee Bunke Rhill and East Shanesville each headed by a brass hand with flags banners and gaily decorated wagons formed the various processions that filed into a Beautiful Grove near Barros Mills a one which the god nature must have intended for such occasions. These schools were the representatives various denominations that Christian like United in one common cause to give Praise to god to whom alone it is due to strengthen the army the lord and to inspire anew the souls both old and Young. Farmers mechanics merchants and men All avocations Laid aside their business and brought their wives and children to enjoy an occasion Long to he remembered. Revs. Klar Bowers and made very appropriate speeches the Sabbath school and its work. The singing the various Sabbath schools was highly entertaining. The Baltic Trail Shanesville Union Hill Barros Mill and East Shanesville hands were All present and each organization separately and in concert favored the occasion with excellent music that made the forests ring and seemed to lift us into a higher sphere. We pronounce the occasion a Success in every particular. We had the pleasure taking dinner with . Itskin and his family near Barros Mill for which repast they have our Best wishes. Sol. Glatfelter new Philadelphia will probably be appointed if he has not already been appointed game Warden this county in place Arlie Hoagland resigned. Glatfelter is something a sportsman himself and will take an interest in enforcing the game Laws. He will have several cases to prosecute it is said As soon As he gets his Uhrichsville chronicle. Or. G. Is a Good Safe Man and to Hope his appointment May he confirmed. Joseph Harmon a wealthy Farmer living near Newport this county fell from his Wagon wednesday morning this week and broke his neck. Short stops. De. W Agner now has charge the Exchange hotel bar and Pool rooms. County recorder j. G. Neumann was in Toledo last week business connected with his Iee. Messes. John King and David Stine Are now fixing up a Feather renovator in the building located . Samuel Schlupp Slot and next week will he ready for business. The gentlemen Are reliable and the establishment will he permanently located in new Philadelphia. The m. Church sunday school enjoyed a pleasant picnic in Kurtz Grove North town tuesday. The Dandy Farmers in this locality Are friends Dan. Wyss and Chris. Forney. Commissioner Lufer has seen a big Snake a not in his hoots hut the an Derman farm. Nine feet and seven inches in length. Killed the Snake and then went Over the River Jordan for five minutes. This is not a a a Rufer up the tree Story but is strictly True and confidential. Miss Kittie Haskins Shanesville 16 years age is an accomplished Little lady and As an elocution St before tie teachers Institute 111 this place she was received with enthusiasm. Or. Will. Vogley Secretary the Institute has our thanks for favors received. A Young Man done to stand the Street Corner and stare at people As they pass by. Somebody is liable to come along and hitch a horse to you. Great men undertake great things because they Are great and fools because they think them easy. Poetry is the sister sorrow. Every Man that suffers and weeps is a poet every tear is a verse and every heart a poem. Daring a heavy thunderstorm some Days ago at Decator Illinois the lightning struck a Barb wire Fence and following the wire killed the cattle standing near it. I . J. W. Pfeiffer Bolivar is an example what Humble perseverance will do and is truly a self educated Man. A few years ago he was a modest Farmers boy without the educational advantages most country lads. Sensitive his defects he undertook the task improving his mind by solitary study. Lie became acquainted with Rev. U. Jesse Knisely whose wonderful skill As a mathematician lie called to his assistance in the solution problems that baffled his own ingenuity. Rev. Knisely at once recognized in this modest German country boy a mathematical Genius. Since the death Rev. K., by common consent prof. Pfeiffer is considered by some not Only beyond comparison the Best mathematician in the county hut a mathematical authority in the state and nation. But his appearance before the present Institute As a local lecturer has demonstrated that he is not Only a great mathematician hut a Man deep and varied scholarship. His lectures have justly excited the admiration the teachers the county and won from them the admission that he is not a one sided specialist but a thorough scholar and an original thinker in a great variety subjects. Had the modest professor a Little More the self assertion which seems to he the Best Talent some teachers his Fame would not be local. The professor has not yet by any Means found his rank in the order Merit amongst the teachers the country nor indeed the state. What a Deal faustian passes for real learning in this Humbug world anyhow ? now is the time year when a Good Strong healthy Blue bottle Liy has his revenge the fellow who is Barefoot at the North pole his Anatomy. We Are gradually becoming intimately acquainted with his Fly ship and experience has already taught us that Noah had no business to take the infernal Little cuss out the High Waters and give him passage in the big ship. The proprietor the times is also same opinion Asye editor and during August has wore a double decked four ply Coal scuttle for self Protection. One Day last week while out examining some county work commissioner Kufer sat Down a log the Ander Man farm to rest. Lie suddenly experienced a dazed feeling from which he quickly recovered to find an enormous Black Snake confronting him. Or. Kufer had his gun with him and succeeded in shooting the reptile which he afterwards killed with a club. Or. R. Says that he then became very sick from a Peculiar smell which permeated the atmosphere in that locality. After recovering somewhat from the Shock . Kufer examined his Snake ship and found that it measured 9 feet and 7 inches in length. Auditor Kinsey and his Deputy Edgar Walters have issued orders the county Treasury during the past month for $88,795.07. This amount was for school township and corporation purposes. There was $24,717.10 sent to the state Treasury and $11,009.35 received Hack for school purposes. Saloon keepers paid into the Treasury $8,379.78. Of this amount $4,711.79 goes to corporations and $3,667.99 to the children a Home and infirmary. A Young lady who has a passion for pretty babies said to a Little four year old Angel who had a Brand new sister a a i say huh wont you give your baby Tome i love Young hopeful a a no 1 Young lady winding at her Young Man a a Why Sonny Why wont you give your baby to me hopeful indignantly by head a Tarve to death your dress opens painful silence for the next fifteen minutes. Some one writes from West Point a Young lady in a White dress who was a playing Tennis with All her might and a Small Hoy a that her red face above her White dress resembled a Strawberry top a plate Vanilla ice Cream. If we Are rightly informed a a Tennis is not a Correct pronunciation the word and we refer to judge Yeagley treasurer Kennedy prosecuting attorney Wilkin cashier Charley Welty As our authority for the new and revised version. The East Liverpool crisis says prohibition went into effect in Wellsville the 15th, and True to our predictions it has failed in its object. The saloons Are running in full blast As Yore with certificates Agency from the breweries while Wellsville is not receiving one cent in Revenue from the traffic besides the local ordinances restraining the business Are dead letters. A certain Clergyman had a Man All work whom he ordered a festival to a Butcher named David for a piece meat and then to come to the Church where the Clergyman was to preach. The Clergyman in the course his Sermon happened to turn to the door As his hired Man came in and exclaimed a a and what says David a us it which the other roared out a the swears that if you do not pay your Bill you need never Send to his shop again a a great summer hotel near new York is tenanted by a solitary watchman. Once in a while the watchman goes up to the desk asks if their Are any letters snubs himself follows an imaginary hell Hoy up eight flights stairs brings himself a very Small Pitcher ice water and gives himself a Dollar Hill sits Down to a Large plate with an Oyster Cracker it and fells that he is really away for the summer. A sunday school picnic was held in the Grove Samuel fore the upper old town Valley saturday last. Music was furnished by the Stone Creek band and several addresses were delivered by old residents the Valley. The weather was Beautiful and everything passed off pleasantly. It is told in Washington that after a certain senator noted for his Abent mindedness came to that City for a Short visit this memorandum was found in his room a a things to take along one pair socks one so dirt two collars one pair cuffs one prohibitionists expect to cast 50,000 votes in the state this up an earthquake wave sweeps Over the country from Florida it extends Clear across to the extreme North. Tiie heaviest Shock Felt in South Carolina. Buildings rocked violently and chimneys thrown Down. Train thrown into the flood and men drowned. A Volcano bursts violently Forth in Indiana consternation and terror in All parts the country. New York August 20. The earthquake that was Felt with More less severity Over the Eastern and Southern parts this country this evening was from All accounts the severest that has Ever been experienced by the present generation this continent. It appears to have travelled from Southeast to Northwest with a rather slow motion. The Shock was More severe at Charleston s. C., any place yet reported. It lasted there full three minutes. There was a succession vibrations buildings were shaken and the people were panic stricken at Savannah Atlanta Raleigh Norfolk Richmond Memphis and other Southern cities. At Washington it was quite severe and Baltimore was badly shaken. Philadelphia Felt the shoes perceptibly but Boston reports Only a slight Shock. At Chicago the Shock was barely perceptible and beyond that to the North and West it was not noticed. In this City the first Shock was Felt at 0 57 in the upper stories the tall Western Union buildings in this City the Waves were plainly discernible and persons walking about experienced the sensation As falling. Since the earthquake Shock there has been no telegraphic communication with Charleston s. C., from any Point in the country. The Telegraph authorities have been unable to get press dispatches other communications from there. This circumstance causes great concern. That Section the country seems to have been the Center the disturbance. Savanah ga., reports that the Shock was the severest Ever Felt in that locality it is known that a Bridge in the Vicinity Charleston was shaken from its foundations and the wires All lost but that is not so serious As the fact that various other Points through which their should he a communication with that City Are unable to get anything from several Miles the place. In South Carolina the Shock was Ter Riffice in All parts the state. At Columbia there were ten distinct shocks the first occurring at 9 45, lasting three minutes. The streets were filled with people getting away from their shaking houses and children screamed in terror. The compositors in the Register office had to leave their cases several times As the building seemed to he in minute danger and the direct Lac the shocks. A Large political meeting was being held in the court House hut it adjourned in a panic. The Walls the court House were cracked and one partition badly so. The coloured people assembled in the streets fearing that the judgment Day was at hand. It is reported that several ladies fainted and sick persons were hurriedly taken from their Beds. The chimneys several buildings smashed through the houses in several instances with considerable damage. Similar reports As the above come from All sections the United states hut the Shock seems to have been More violent in the South. A dispatch from Money Indiana says persons just in from the Northwestern Corner Lawrence county Tell interesting stories volcanic indications in the Earth near there very similar to what occurred some time ago at Tild Mountain n. Rumblings in the Earth Are heard and occasionally Sharp explosions occur. On the farm Christian Lin Kenback sunday morning one the most severe these explosions occurred not Over 150 Yards from the House. The noise was like the explosion a steam boiler and the Earth was torn up far around a Cloud dust and smoke ascended sixty feet High. In it were pieces Mineral stumps Trees roots and rocks. The Earth for Yards around was covered with the debris and a great Hole was left in the ground very deep which has not yet been explored. Among the debris were fragments Ore which Are almost solid. The country is very rough and broken and Well filled with minerals. The Shock occurred in new Philadelphia at Twenty minutes after nine clock shaking buildings fearfully. In the third Story City Block the largest building in town the Odd Fellows were conferring a degree upon a fellow member. When the Shock occurred the building swayed to such an alarming extent that everybody in the room fled to the Street. In Zellner amp songs tin and stove store tinware every description that is suspended from the ceiling kept up a fearful Clatter for several minutes. At the Harvey hotel the office clock was stopped by the Shock and guests were greatly excited in the show window d. Gentsch a drug store two Large hanging lamps crushed together and the proprietor concluded that Exchange Block was doomed to destruction and made his exit through the Back door. People ran from their Beds into the streets. Chairs tables pictures and different kinds furniture were shaken perceptibly and persons their feet were nearly thrown Down. The Only serious loss thus far reported comes from the Odd Fellows who say their Hob Tail Goat escaped during the Racket. Later. Charlestown South Carolina has been heard from and the news is terrible. A dispatch was received from the desolate City late wednesday night. Three fourths the great City is in ruins and the remainder overwhelmed and shattered by a terrible earthquake and hundreds people Are buried beneath the ruins houses. The survivors flee from the City terror stricken in constant fear that death will overtake them. The number killed will reach Over one Hundred. The above news was received As we go to press otherwise a More de j tailed account the terrible disaster would have appeared in the notes. Miss Tessie Sellers Alliance is visiting friends in this City the guest sheriff Bowers and family. Or. Richard Bell Canton is the guest his Friend . R. Cheetham West High Street this City. Mrs. Norton the Broadway Milliner returned Home wednesday after a much needed vacation East. Miss Nellie Rennie new Philadelphia has been spending a few Days with her Friend miss Katie Birkin . A Squire Jones m. Link Philip Zimmerman Henry Shank and John link Ragersville were at the a a huh tuesday. Or. P. And f. G. Welse Harrison county visited at the residence s. Moore this week. They were their Way to Atland College at it. Union. Mrs. J. Ii. Jefvey Morrow Warren county Ohio near Cincinnati who has been visiting her sister mrs Gribble North 3d St., returned Home wednesday. Charley Bonner and Dan. Davy both Clever gentlemen and business men Sherrodsville were in new Philadelphia monday. They read the times and speak in High terms the paper. Or. L. Wallick and wife the Gilsey House Michael Ream sr., and s. Moore proprietor the times attended the Union sunday school picnic at Barros Mills saturday last. John l. Kennedy who has served the county Well and faithfully As county treasurer for the past six years will retire from office next monday and hand Over the keys to his successor . John Myers. F. E., son . Frank Black this City left for Kansas City mo., to Day thursday to accept a position As operator some Railroad. Or. Black is an estimable Young Man and carries with him the Good wishes Many warm friends. Our Young Friend 10. 10. Link Ragersville while attending teachers Institute this City last week gave the times office a Friendly Call. A Large number other teachers from different parts the county whose names we cannot now recall were also our guests during the week. Or. Cramer who for the past two years has been Engineer the lire department in new Philadelphia has accepted a position As Engineer the water works at East St. Louis mo., and left for that place a few weeks ago where he will shortly remove his family. His position with the fire department Here will he filled by we. Reidenbaugh. On wednesday we had the pleasure meeting . J. Myers Scenic and Fresco artist Steubenville in company with ii. Schaefer travelling agent for tiie lion brewing company Cincinnati and our Clever Friend Gus. Supply Dennison. Or. Myers has spent considerable time in Paris France under Able instructors anti is a first class artist in his Institute. On monday we had the pleasure meeting . A. O. Payne Conneaut Ohio travelling Salesman for Brooks amp Wiener extensive wholesale clothiers Buffalo new York. He is a Clever gentleman a Good Salesman and enjoys an excellent Trade in this Section the country. He carries the finest line goods the kind manufactured and came to new Philadelphia by special request one our merchants. Or. Henry Cratz formerly the firm Cratz amp sons the Well known dry goods merchants Shanesville but now the firm Cratz amp Stager commission and seed merchants Toledo o., added his name to the times subscription list last week. Or. Writes that they Are having an immense Trade which has just commenced in great Earnest. We Are pleased to learn the Prosperity our old time friends who while in Tuscarawas county enjoyed the reputation being careful honest business men and always retained the Confidence and esteem our people. We wish them that Success which they justly deserve in their present business at the greatest Grain Mart in this Section country. Dick Bros have the contract for building engine House and stacks for the water works company to be located below pipe works near the River the Sharp land. They have also been awarded the contract for remodelling the German reformed Church. Married in this City aug. 9, 1836, by Rev. John Wilson . Jos. Duff Cambridge o., and miss Minnie Bassett Newcomerstown it it. By the same August 22, 1886, . Fred. W. Ogle and miss Uhila Knisely both this City. The entertainment Given by the hungarian Gypsy students at campbell�?T8 music Hall this City tuesday evening was first class in every particular. The company is a most excellent organization and in every Way is worthy Public patronage. Jacob Miller has just completed a Cave near his warehouse in which to keep vegetables during the Winter. Now everybody is asking Jacob Why in the name his satanic majesty did he build that Cyclone Cave for anyhow. The followings Are proceedings the teachers Institute now in session at new Philadelphia up to the hour going to press thursday a. August 26. Institute was called to order by the president. Opened he song a a nearer my god to Reading scripture and prayer by s. R. Booher. The minutes were then read and adopted after slight corrections. Short discussion concerning the method calling the Roll after which Rol Call was conducted by c. W. Elliott. J. Mckean then resumed his lecture methods in primary Reading referring principally to the a Quincy method a followed by w. Ii. Ray in his instruction language calling attention to teaching composition and the use the possessive. Intermission. After which j. W. Pfeiffer continued his lecture u. S. History calling attention especially to the manner in which territory is obtained. F. D. Kinsey resumed his lecture arithmetic. Special topic percentage. The Institute was then favored with a declamation by miss Kinsey Tuscarawas after which the query a a should visitors be admitted to the room in which applicants for teachers certificates at time county examination a was ably discussed and brought out Many Good Points. Adjourned. Thursday r. A Institute called to order at 1 30 by the president. Opened by song a a grumble not brother a the minutes were then read and adopted after a Small correction after which the Roll was called. J. Mckean then continued his instruction in methods in primary Reading. This exercise was followed by j. A. Pfeiffer in his lecture geography. Intermission after which f. P. Kinsey continued his lecture teaching. Percentage followed by w. H. Ray in his instruction teaching the possessive. Discussion queries after which an announcement was made to meet at the Hall at 7 30. Adjourned. Friday a. Institute was called to order by the president at 9 00. Opened by singing a take the name Jesus with Reading scripture and prayer by . Waliner. Or. Waliner then favored the Institute with a Short talk in which he gave the teachers some valuable advice concerning their profession motion made by s. Mardis that the teachers Tuscarawas county request the examiners to prevent visitors from entering the room during examination under existing circumstances. After a Short discussion the motion was carried. W. Ii. Ray was then called to occupy 20 minutes ill his lecture language in which he gave valuable instruction in the method teaching a a Quality this exercise was followed by j. Mckean a a primary in permission. J. W. Pfeiffer again resumed his lecture u. S. History calling attention principally to patriotism citizenship and naturalization followed by t. Kinsey in his lecture arithmetic discussing mostly a programme for a sub District school. The discussion queries brought out several important speeches. Adjourned to meet at 1 30 p. Friday p. Institute was called to order by the president at 1 30. After singing a a Home by the sea a the minutes were read and adopted. Roll Call after which a motion was made by s. Mardis that a a Barnes general history the world he ail opted in the Ohio teachers Reading Circle Tus. . Motion was carried j. Mckean having completed his lecture primary Reading now gave the Institute an excellent lesson advanced Reading thus finishing his series lectures which were listened to with great interest during the week. T. I. Kinsey next occupied 20 minutes his subject arithmetic this being the last his series. Or Kinsey brought out Many new ideas during the week which will Aid the teachers in their future work. Intermission. After which we were entertained by an excellent song. W. Ii. Ray then occupied 20 minutes in concluding his series lectures language. After listening to such a course instruction As presented by . Ray every teacher should go out feeling that he has been Well paid for his attendance. A e were then highly entertained by a recitation by miss Kate Mclroy which was ably delivered and listened to with interest. Several announcements were then made by the president. The discussion queries omitted. Adjourned to meet monday morning aug. 30th. Second week. Instructors . Samuel Findley Akron Ohio. Prof. John Mcburney Cambridge Ohio. Monday a. Institute called to order at 9 45 by the president. Opened by singing a a a Home by the sea a a was merrily we hound a and a a Rock Reading scripture and prayer by Eli b. Westhafer after which the minutes were read and adopted. Roll Call showed a Good attendance. Song a grumble not the instructors not being present g. Bixler Ohio delivered an Able lecture penmanship. Intermission. Motion made by j. P. Kuhn that the teachers Tuscarawas county use their utmost efforts to introduce and teach the a a system rapid writing As taught by prof. G. Bixler. Motion carried without a dissenting vote. Owing to the absence instructors Charles Laupert now gave a discussion a theory and practice i his was followed by the discussion queries. Adjourned until 1 30 p. In. Monday i. Institute called to order by the president at 1 30. Opened by song. Alter which the minutes were read and adopted. Roll Call. Or. Samuel find Ley Akron Ohio now took up the subject theory and practice in which he gave valuable instruction. This was followed by an interesting lecture grammar by prof. Juan Mcburney Cambridge Ohio. Intermission. After which . Findley began his lecture a arithmetic a followed by prof. John Mcburney in his lecture u. S. History. Announcement made by the pres that professor Mcburney will lecture at Eagle Hall tuesday evening the subject meteorology. Adjourned to meet at 9 00 a. Tuesday. Tuesday a. Institute called to order by the president. Opened by singing a a nearer my god to scripture Reading and prayer by . Findley. At Ter which the minutes were read and adopted. Roll Call showed a Good attendance. Or. Samuel Findley next conducted i recitation in a arithmetic a in which the teachers took an Active part. 1 his was followed by prof. Mcburney in his lecture u. S. History. Intermission. After which . Samuel Findley delivered his lecture civil government which was followed by a lecture grammar by prof. Mourn by. After the discussion queries the Institute adjourned until 1 80 p. A. A. , Secretary. Concert. At music Hall thursday evening sept. 9th, . Banes refined concert and specially company will appear for the first time in this City. Among the members the company the Well known names . Charles b. Lex the wonderful zither soloist . Jas. Of Lamb humorist . Harcourt the German dialect comedian . Johnson f. Harris character actor and . . Bane the favorite guitar soloist appear. The management music Hall has arranged with the company to ii the prices admission at 2> cents and 35 ets. And no extra charge for reserved seats. So All can get reserved seats at Harris jewelry store for 35 cents. Done to fail to attend. Our exchanges speak in the highest terms the company. At music Hall september 9th. Frank Leslie who left we. Walters july 5til, 1886, any one knowing anything his whereabouts will Confer a favor by communicating with his Mother mrs. Leslie newcomer town Ohio. Exchanges please . Travelling men report business generally improving and say that in Many other localities its condition at present is better than in this Section the state. Dover news. From the Tuscarawas county Democrat miss Bell Price Lima Indiana is the guest miss Lizzie Cox. W. L. Wallick the Gilsey House and John Myers the county scat were in town tuesday. John Lahr Brandywine died saturday morning about 7 clock an old disease he had suffered with for a number years. He was about sixty years age and left a wife six children and numerous friends to mourn his loss. Iii funeral was largely attended monday morning. Just As we predicted Samuel Fertig esq., our town was too honorable too honest and too cult Ficq it cent a gentleman for the Republican state convention to nominate for office and at the convention last week it Columbus where he was a candidate for member the Board Public works lie was Laid the shelf for a machine politician. Rev. P. S. Hooper has entered upon his duties As pastor the lutheran congregation Dover. He is i very pleasant gentleman and we Hope hot May have a prosperous time in this place. W. S. Holloway who for evil years has been night operator at the c. L. It new Railroad depot leaves this week for the position agent operator and express agent for the same company at Paul a station. Miss Mattie Shalter Osso Dover a brightest Young ladies we learn will leave this week to accept a position As teacher in the Normal school at Lebanon it where she graduated recently with High honors As Bachelor arts transfers real estate. Sarah e Burch it Al to s b Miller Jefferson township $1,371. Ii b Smith to ii c Barnes lot 398 and part 397, Uhrichsville $350. We c Dempster to we ii Dempster part lots 43 and 44, Uhrichsville $1,-500. E Ltd Helwig to we ii Dempster lot 44, Uhrichsville $350. Jeremiah Weaver to s c aul 1,2 acres Bush township. $100. Lemuel Heron to James w Dinning lots 9 and 15, Goshen township $1,250. Salathiel Morris to Amanda m Todd part lot 165, Mill township $300. T j Parker a administrator to we 11 Bell lot 3, Dennison $500. John Fishers Assignee to Abraham Lorenz strip land Salem township $5,665. f Carrothers to James h Berkshire j acre port Washington $500. Auditor Kinsey to Mary j Wright 1-8 acre Handy township a j Miller to Clarence w Knisely 34-100 acre Washington township $ reports times office september 2, 1886. Flour Patent f bbl. $ 5 10 a a %4 sack. 1 25 a a Best family a a 9 bbl. $ t 45 a handier Lack. 1 20 a a new proc. 1 50 wheat Quot in Bushel. 7 it corny new u Bushel. 40 Oats new f Bushel. _ i Rye Bushel. Of butter Pound. 0 nj2 Enos 4 dozen. In buckwheat flour Pound. 03 Ham in Quot a Pound. 10 shoulders Pound. 06 sides a it Pound. 07 l \ Udo Quot Pound. 06 to d Pound. A it beef Quot Pound. 07 3 15 Salt Roshon barrel. 1 15 White Lime barrel. 1 00 Akron cements barrel. 1 35 calcined plaster barrel. 2 25 land plaster a ton. 9 00 a a a a a barrel. 1 50 potatoes f Bushel new. 30 dried apples a Bushel. 50 a a Pound. 02 rags Pound. 01 onions a Bushel. 40 Hay ton new. .5 5 0 00 Clover seed Bushel. 5 0> Timothy seed go Bushel. 2 50 Wooi. 30 f let i Liz. Erst Guf ton. 35 00 unclaimed letters. The following list unclaimed Lett it is remain in the now Philadelphia pit to it Finice August 31, 1ss6 . Troa Jno. L. Thompson George Fawett we. Llen Rie mrs. Ii. Henderson Jim Matchett master Frank Putz and mrs. Illda Newton. Fridley p. Get qua to k dues cure i u Ien Titi writer save All portions under Are deadly. A very Small tiie leaves have been known a horse. The Flowers have pro death in those persons who have a sly picked and ate them. The is divested their hark and s skewers have poisoned the meat d them and killed seven out people who partook it. For hale.�?300 acres first class Plain and River Bottom land and about. 7 it acres Bill land being what rcom ins unsold the James Waddington farm situated the new Philadelphia and Uhrichsville Road near the town Pike run. The buildings Are Good. This land will he sold As a whole divided to suit purchasers. The River and Bottom land would be sold in Small tracts. F. S. Rom m. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. 35tf ladies can buy Fine Luces and ribbons at astonishingly Low prices at the 5 and 10 cent store next door to Miller songs drug store. 36 any one desiring to sell Exchange buy real estate any kind chattels will do Well to it it Call the proprietor the times who will act As agent for the same reasonable terms. No charges made for advertising in the times when you employ us As agent. No names parties Given to the Public but made known Only to those wishing to Purchase. Of a for farm and school Bells cull at the English it amp Dixon foundry new Philadelphia it it Hio. 33-41 for . A very cheap douse and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per cent interest investment. \1. Of other desirable lots and properties. John a. Himes new Philadelphia. Of heavy and Light car Tings can be had at the English a Dixon works Short notice. Also machinery every kind carefully repaired by experienced workmen. 35 w4 persons desiring to loan Money can have the same placed at 8 per cent., secured by mortgage class Rea estate by John a. Himes now Philadelphia. 1 s t f artificial Teeth t 5.50 per Sot at . L l. Mitchells dental office. New Philadelphia 17-Yl it did fillings $1.0� Silver 5<>e. Cement 25c., at . Mitchell s office new Philadelphia it. 17-Yl an endless variety Glass and tinware every description at the 5 and 10 cent store next door to Miller a. Songs. V pensions patents claims generally prosecuted before government departments by John a. Buchanan attorney at Law new Philadelphia. 32-lm. I Good second hand Phaeton nearly As Good As new and Well painted and was made by first class workmen. Call at the times office. For a 50-Inch Knerium Oia bicycle run Nickel a a. 11 bearings and in Good order. Will sell for $75.00, i Cash. Ii. Willard 31 Bolivar I j wanted to borrow -d.qo. $1,-j 000 for one two Vears. Lwood Security Given. Address Box 7, new Liila Delphia it Hio. Jacob Gepfert a Tranburgh e sell Jing Fine top buggies Worth $75 for $55, 60 Days time $55 for Cash. 3tf buy your fruit tre i Shrub cry Green House plants l Owers Etc. Of your Home nurseryman Daniel Wiss new Philadelphia he Sells cheap i and guarantees satisfaction. 83t6eow for Coal cars and car wheels Call at the English Ltd Dixon works new Phila a Delphia Ohio now operated by r. A. 1 Cheetham formerly Canton 33w4 drop into the 5 and 10 cent store next i a door to Miller amp hens when you want to Purchase goods and secure big Lar i gains. .�?T>0 something new. A cast Iron stove pipe elbows in three sizes. Come and see them at the English Dixon works new Philadelphia. T hey will last a lifetime. 36wl

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