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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - September 23, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday september 23, 1886. Number 39 hew Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday september 23, 1886. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. A Gertlie new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia. Ohio at tile following rates one year Cash in if not paid within six months. I 50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to tile address tile proprietor. A address All matter intended for publication to tile editor. Democratic ticket member Congress ber1ah Wilkins Tuscarawas county. Democratic state ticket. Laws newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice tile 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 tile publishers and the paper is sent to the former direction they Are held responsible notice should always be Given removal. La subscribers refuse neglect to take papers from tin office place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to discontinue. Secretary state John Mcbride Stark. J Edge the supreme court m. 1. Follett Washington. Clerk the supreme court j. W. Cruikshank Miami. School commissioner Leroy i. Brown Butler. Board Public works l. W. Ludwig Cuya hoga. County ticket. Official directory. District. Wilkins 5tate senator Leo. W. A rites Jom Mou pleas t j. L. I let to c county. Representative. Probate j Edge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Reyor. Ii urinary directors. Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins i. Figert i. W. Powers John w. Kinsey a. I. Kennedy j. I. Neumann i s. Enter Quot w. In lash i r. Penner 0. La. Hoover i j. Oberley w. Rogers l. Krantz Sec City. Daniel Korns. James la. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Uetzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. Win. Campbell. Andrew Erwin. Mayor clerk marshal Street commissioner i Council justices. Names. Daniel Krebs. James w Stoutt George Pear. I sure outs. Henry Deible. T Richardson. R g Galbraith. T k Robinson. Philip a Garver John Smith. Jan Galbraeth. John Milone. Daniel Richards t p Rankin. I. S Winseth. And Timmerman. S v Renneker. L s Mckinney. Win e Peck. Samuel c Kline. J in Gardner. Robot Coruthers John Wetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. T la Mozena. Joseph Lealen. Chas f Davis. c Fernsel. Levi Travis. J w Newbury. Jos la Hostetter Nich Montag Wesley m Tracy John la Jones. Hiram Echman. David a Reyneir Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett i John s Spring. Charlesll Ellers John w Tolli i Hugh t Minnis. w p la m s j l paid townships. Clay. Ivalyne. Perry. Washington pucks. Sugarcreek. Warwick. Warren. Franklin. Goshen. Rush. Mill. Goshen. Rush. Clay. Perry. Fairfield. Sandy. Goshen. Lawrence. Warren. Washington Wayne. York. Pucks. Salem. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Franklin. Auburn. Dover. Dover. Dover. Lundy. Auburn. Warwick. Lawrence. Sugar Creek. Salem. Jefferson. Fairfield Jefferson. Goshen. Oxford. York. Union. Union. Post office. Look no. 17. I Dundee. Cadwallader. Paoli. I Baltic. Shanesville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. New Philada a. Gnadenhutten. Gnadenhutten. Cadwallader. New Philada a. Mineral City. New Philada a. I Bolivar. New Cumberland Albany. Dundee. New Philada a. Baltic. Port Washington Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomerstown Strasburg j Rogersville. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City. Rogersville. I Tuscarawas. Zoar. Shanesville. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. New Philada a. Newcomerstown Plack band. I Uhrichsville. I Leesville. Church directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock p. In. Sunday school at 0 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. Christ every lords Day morning a l a a a. In. Preaching morning and evening eve y third lords Day each month. Sunday school at a Job clock a. In. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock p. In. Sunday school at a. In. Prayer meeting a wednesday evenings at 7 clock. German every sunday at io30a. Iii. And 2 15 p. In., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. In tile first sunday morning service each Mouth a missionary concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 in. Prayer meeting every wednesday eve in at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath monies and evenings. United every sunday at 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. Iii. Lodge directory. A chapter no. 38, in a. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor la. P. Daniel Gutzman Sec a. Masonic new Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, t f. A a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mcilvaine . O. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights Lodge no. 73, meets Iii their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. W. Duncan in. Of in and s. I. 0.0. Fenew Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. F. Kislig n. G. I. A. Correll rec. Sec a. I. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening Iii Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stem Pii Fly n. G. P. Sehl rec. Sec a. I. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. J. J. Parr c. P. I. A. Correll scribe. I. 0. 0. . P. U. C., no. A meets every t Iii re thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. In j. W. Dodd Comdr. S. Hirst Secretary. G. A. Ill Andrew Crawford Post no. 0, meets every first Aud 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 in 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. Romig a at Law and notary Public. Office so National Bank new Philadel c. Cheetham practical Iron founder and Mach nest r Philadelphia Ohio. Heavy and Light Tings made Short notice. Machinery a Lilly repaired. Office and works South Adway opposite c. L. Amp w. Depot. Work e promptly and at moderate rates. 37 for commissioner w. E. Lash Lawrence township. For infirmary director Ozias Delong. Salem township. For Coroner w. E. Beck Goshen township. Or. A. Ii. Watson is no longer an employee tile times office. Any communication business for publication May be addressed to the times the proprietor in person. A word Fok the deserving. No congressman from Ohio has looked More after the interests and welfare his constituents than Hon. Beriah Wilkin member Congress from this District. The efforts he has made in behalf the Wool growers and the Many appointments he has procured for his friends in this District is Prima Facia evidence that fact. It is True a few have charged him with neglect disregard to their wishes but As time progresses he comes to the front with unimpeachable evidence not Only his faithfulness to his party and friends but also his Power and influence with the present administration. This time one our fellow townsmen is the Lucky Man to verify that statement. Last saturday . I. Guntsch one our enterprising druggists this place received a Telegram fron general John s. Black commissioner pensions notifying him his appointment As principal examiner pensions at Washington at a salary $2,000 per year and to report for duty As soon As practicable. We congratulate . Gentsch in thus receiving so Good an appointment and at the same time commend the acts Hon. Beriah Wilkin in procuring the appointment a competent Man to till a position so responsible. Or. Gents received a Liberal education at the new Philadelphia Union schools at the Eastman commercial College and Philadelphia College pharmacy. He served in the ranks As a Soldier and in the commissary department the army for a period Over two years. On the 22d Day March last he passed a creditable examination before the civil service commission and holds a certificate from that body. A majority said commission is Republican which ought to be a sufficient safeguard against incompetency. There Are forty five appointees in the office principal examiner All whom Are republicans but our Friend . Gentsch who has always been a staunch Democrat and has Laboured faithfully for his party and we Are glad he is now being rewarded. The fact that lie is an honest and upright Man no one will deny and we fully believe he will make an efficient and impartial officer recognizing no party while in tile discharge his duty. We Are informed that his family will remain in new Philadelphia for a time while Gentsch will leave for Washington this week and his drug business will he carried As usual under the management a competent druggist. The recent visit judge Trainer Steubenville to this place the 10th inst., caused quite a political eruption in the advocate office last week and hot mud steaming with partizan venom belched Forth in profusion. The editor the advocate characterizes him As a a Boodle candidate a seeking to capture from the republicans one the judgeship in this District. The fact is . Trainer came Here at the request his Many friends both democrats and republicans who have earnestly solicited him to accept the nomination for common pleas judge in this District. He does not seek the office for he has a lucrative Law practice at Steubenville and is not in politics and very reluctantly consented to accept the nomination if tendered him in obedience to the wishes his friends. That he is an Able Jurist is acknowledged by All who know him and it has been said by an sex judge common pleas and the supreme Bench this state that his cases came into court As Well prepared As any lawyer in the state. Judge Trainer not Only possesses the necessary Legal qualifications for an Able judge hut also those social qualities that endear him to the people and win the respect the labourer As Well As the capitalist. He is not a a Boodle candidate a and does not come before the people backed by wealthy Railroad corporations and notwithstanding the admonitions the advocate he will not be frightened from the race but will be a candidate and will be nominated the 28th inst., and a Large number republicans will help to elect him in november. The attack made Iii last weeks advocate is prompted by fear that he will be one the next common pleas judges else Why this untimely attack we think his fears Are Well founded. It is not a partisan race but one based upon personal Worth and fitness for the office an office that should not be the recipient a party Victor but for the Choice the people regardless politics. The party lash will be insufficient this time and your efforts . Editor will prove futile. We have before us a copy the Chicago mail a seven column eight Page daily paper that has a circulation Over 50,000 copies published at $2.50 a year. We see by it that it is edited by Frank Hatton formerly a Cadiz boy who at one time edited that spicy Republican paper so Well known throughout the country As the Burlington Hawkeye. Or. Hatton by his indomitable Energy and ability made the Hawkeye one the leading Republican organs the great West so much so that his party rewarded him first with the appointment assistant postmaster general and afterwards postmaster general which offices he filled to the satisfaction both parties and he became very popular with the stalwarts the Republican party. Or. Hatton is again sealing the ladder journalism in the Metropolis the West and he fearlessly sizes up the situation in Maine which does not show that tile plumed Knight is gaining in strength even in his own a state. We copy the following from the Chicago mail . Hatton a paper a a the exact vote in tile Maine election is not yet known. The official reports from some the Remote districts Are slow coming in. Enough was known the first night to determine the general result but not enough to warrant the claims and counter claims that have been made by overzealous partisans. Great interest entered in this election because its real supposed bearing National politics and since it has come off everybody is claiming that tile result is favourable to his special de sire in the matter. Looking at the matter calmly and judiciously the mail is forced to decide that the Maine election leaves politics there and elsewhere just about As they were before. Neither party has gained. Or lost anything to speak . Or Blaines chances for the Republican nomination two years hence Are no better and no worse than before. The re publican party is As Strong As it was and no stronger for All . Blaines efforts and Gen. Downs opposition. As to the vote 472 towns gives Bod Well a plurality 13,351, a majority 9,493. In 1884 Robie Republican had a plurality 19,700, majority 15,395. This indicates a Republican loss. But it was a presidential year which accounts for the larger vote. In 1882 the Republican plurality was 8,872 compared with this there is a substantial Republican gain 11 is seen however that a larger vote was polled than in 1882, and that relatively the Republican plurality is about the same. Much ado was made about the prohibition vote. Its leaders certainly were Active and the efforts . Blaine and others were directed largely again this opponent. The election shows by any fair Mode calculation that the party has made Progress. At the latest count they have 3,839, which is Small enough but comparatively Large. In 1884 they polled but 1,157 votes. This years vote is More than three and one half times that. The Odds against them were tremendous and if they can treble their vote in such circumstances it is hardly the truth to say that they have accomplished nothing. A noteworthy fact about tile prohibition vote that it is drawn about equally from both parties. Chairman Manley the Republican committee says that he has positive information regarding tile number republicans who would vote the third party ticket. That number he puts at 1,246. He had the names the men their precinct etc., carefully noted in his Book. Assuming his correctness let there be added the 1,157 who voted the ticket in 18s2, and there is 2,403. Deduct this from the total vote 3,839, and we have 1,436 who were drawn from the democratic vote 200 More than came from the Republican. Take it altogether the Maine election has proved nothing decided nothing Laid no certain Promise it looks very much As though the Leader 1884 will have serious opposition from the West and his chances for the leadership in 1888 Are not so flattering As his friends imagine. Charleston visited by another severe earthquake. It cannot defeat him. Hon. John Mcbride according to the Plain dealer s Columbus correspondent expresses Confidence that he will be elected Secretary state in november next. Ile finds the sentiment the state Strong in favor the democracy this year and a general disposition the part the workingmen without regard to party to vote tile democratic ticket at the coming election. Upon these signs lie bases his expectation Success. We do not think that . Mcbride Las made any mistake about this Gat his Confidence is misplaced. The indications Are certainly in his favor Anc there is no reason to suppose that ther it will be any change in Public senti men Between now and the election. Of Only one influence does . Mcbride express any fear and that is the Influent great corporations and monopolies Bat look with alarm upon the Entrance if workingmen into politics. The men wig Are bitter foes organized labor Anc who will do All they can to crush out a Ery labor organization in the country Are now at the head the Republican organization. They Are making use he Republican party organization to Cri a labor Down into utter helplessness. They will spend Money freely to defeat he democratic party this year because it Fias placed a representative working the state ticket and because it made itself the Champion the voicing men a cause. Of this influence and Money that is Back it . Mcbrid expresses some apprehensions. The Pience five millionaires the state executive committee and the activity owed labor crushers in the work the Republican Campaign he regards As Onn Oug it we do not think this Indence can defeat the democratic party qts year. We do not believe that the no Bonaire committee can gather enough Locke to defeat the party that has made to Appeal to the people in behalf cause that is righteous and bound to . A Cleveland Plain dealer. Charleston s. C., sept., 21. There was no mistaking the character the disturbance that occurred at 5 15 clock this morning. It was a rude Awakening for the people this Brave old City but they bore it As they have borne All the other great trials through which they have been called upon to pass with unflinching fortitude and courage. Most the people in the City were asleep at the time but the Shock was sufficiently Strong to awaken them. The features the phenomenon and the atmospheric condition were somewhat Peculiar. The weather sunday and monday nights was warm and sultry. After to clock at night the wind seemed to have died out entirely. On monday night indications a change in the weather were apparent. Frequent flashes Sheet lightning were seen and occasional Rolls Distant Thunder were heard. In the opinion some people these were seismic detonations. Bult there seems to be scarcely room to doubt that they were Rolls Distant Thunder. The sky Over Charleston All this time was entirely Clear and the Moon shone brightly. Shortly after Midnight the wind set in rather briskly from the East and Clouds began to gather in the sky. Some persons state that there was a slight Shock about 4 clock but if there was it was not sufficient to arouse anyone who was sleeping. It was fifteen minutes past 5 clock when the Shock arrived. This was about the severest that has been Felt in Charleston for Over two weeks. The other vibrations that Many people alleged they Felt were child a play compared with the Shock this morning. Houses were very perceptibly shaken and in Many houses plastering was thrown Down. The Shock is variously estimated to have lasted from three to ten seconds. There seems to be some question whether it was accompanied by the usual rumbling sound. A gentleman who was the second floor a Large Brick building states that the shaking tie House accompanied by rattling sashes the grinding the joists and the falling plastering was All that he heard. The policeman who was stationed at the intersection Broad and meeting streets states the contrary that he Felt a very slight movement the Earth but distinctly heard a noise. Another Man who was the Street his Way to his place business states that the Earth moved violently and that the sound was like the explosion a thousand pounds dynamite underground. The worst feature the Shock was additional injury to the medical College which Large part the Wall fell in. It is now a gaping ruin and apparently must come Down to the basement. A Shock to Day is reported also from Soi Merville a Sumpter Blackville Orangeburg Newberry Augusta and Savannah. Within three minutes after the Shock there was a Good Many people the streets although comparatively few them were women and children. The sidewalks have been so cleared debris that most pedestrians had returned to the habit using the pavements. It was observed this morning however that Many persons kept the Middle the Road while walking through the Street. The anarchists. Chicago 111., sept. 19. A special dispatch from Colorado Springs col., printed Here to Day says chief Justice Waite has been stopping Here for some Days. A reporter asked j Edge Waite last evening if there was any Way by which the convicted anarchists in Chicago could get their Case before the United states court and explained that they anticipated a refusal their petition for a new trial in the courts Illinois. The judge said a i see no Way by which they can enter the United states court unless question Federal Law and showing in some Way that their constitutional rights have been violated. The fact that they Are foreigners and not citizens the United states should have no bearing whatever. There Are charges As i understand it. Of an offence against Laws the state Illinois and under those Laws they have been convicted by a jury. No i can see in that View tile Case no Way for them to get before the United states . P. Dealer. We noticed an article in the Chicago mail entitled a a a pen portrait archbishop Feehan a who rules the roman Church in Chicago Illinois written by it. B. Buchanan brother John a. Buchanan a prominent attorney this place. Or. R. B. Buchanan is the editorial staff that paper and judging from that article we regard him a graphic and Able writer and that fact has secured him an important and lucrative position a leading daily paper in that City. The Way they talk in Holmes county according to the Farmer Beriah Wilkins is one the Best congressman that Ohio Ever had. Beriah Wilkins was the Champion the Wool growers interest in Congress and every Farmer in the 16th District should work and ote for him. He is their Best Friend. Beriah Wilkins has twice been chairman one the most important committees banking and currency. He has always been equal to any task imposed upon him by his constituents. He is a Man direct from the people. The effects Remote the earthquake Are being reported. In Pittsburg the supposed inexhaustible Supply Gas shows signs giving out. At Canonsburg in Washington county a Large manufactory has been compelled to cease operations account the stoppage the Gas. In the Yellowstone Valley a Geyser that has been dormant for years began sputtering at a great rate and is sticking to business faithfully Ever since. The workingmen All Over the Ste Are pledging themselves to support Joi Mcbride democratic candidate for Sec the republicans have commenced the Campaign with its usual base methods by personal slander and throwing mud. It seems As though they could not learn by experience. Perhaps the a a great moral party a does not Call to rotary state. I hey know that he in find that these were the tactics pm a Labouring Man Uke themselves and is �,i0yeci against the election Grover willing to work in the interests labor. I a Eveland but they did no twin. On last wednesday evening quite a Large number Young folks among whom were several married couples gave . And mrs. Neiderhauser a grand Surprise it being . 26th birthday. Both were unaware what was coming and were about retiring when the party came in them so unexpectedly that they hardly knew what had happened. The ladies deposited their Well filled baskets in the pantry while the rest cleared the dining room every Vestage furniture including the carpet when musicians appeared and soon some were enjoying a pleasant dance while others were engaged in Sweet Converse. After whiling away the time until 11 30 p. In., a most delicious supper was served which every one heartily partook after which the previous enjoyments continued for an hour when All departed expressing themselves Well satisfied with an evening Well spent. Our genial and accommodating postmaster Fribley who was chief mover in getting up contributions for tile Charleston sufferers received a Telegram tuesday this week from William a. Courtenay mayor that City acknowledging receipt the sum collected and kindly thanking the donors for their Benevolence in this their time need. The people Charleston now realize the fact that citizens the North who were pitted against them in the dark Days the rebellion As foes Are now their friends who sympathize with them in their deep unforeseen and inevitable calamity. Aid has been tendered them from All sections the country which is evidence that we now stand As a United people prompted by a Christian spirit the Light and life our nation. The new York world says that Many a dealer who places a $10 advertisement in his Village paper begrudge his investment when it is Worth double to him what he pays for it. Advertising in City papers would astonish such men. One column in the Chicago Tribune costs the advertiser $26,000. The new York Herald receives for its lowest priced column $39,563, and for the highest $54,Soo. The new York Tribune for the lowest priced column $29,754, and for the highest $35,-658, and these papers it is stated never Lack for advertisements to fill their columns. And still there Are lots people who wonder achy a county paper cannot be furnished to subscribers at As Low a Price As the great chillies Are. On monday afternoon miss Alice Crouch Sang at the conference session held in the methodist Church auditorium and the great body ministers and All others the Large congregation were much delighted. Her first the better land a piece admirably fit to g Tho occasion and in response to the encore rendered a Beautiful scriptural chant. She was assisted at the instrument by miss Fannie Sargent who is known As one the county a most skillful performers. A Iron Valley reporter extra. Personal notes. Hon. Ii. Ii. Saturday last. Porter was in town Alex. Butt and g. L. Taylor witnessed the Cleveland races last week. Miss fes. Beard Scio is visiting miss Minnie Spence this City. Or. P. Smith and wife visited friends in the Forest City last week. Jno. L. Kennedy and miss Laura attended the Cleveland fair last week. Or. Quot Willis Korns spent a few Days last week in Canton Akron and Ravenna. Mrs. Meanor East Avenue is lying very sick. We Hope she will recover. Or. James Graham and Jack Slentz Malvern spent sunday in this City. Miss Frank Wilson West High Street is visiting relatives in Pittsburgh a. A. B. Beans Pike run is quite ill with rheumatic fever but is convalescing. J. F. Wilkin and family visited Newcomerstown relatives a few Days last week. R. Ii. Smith Newcomerstown spent saturday with Doug. Wilkin esq., this place. Or. L. Krantz and Peter Renner Bolivar gave the times office a pleasant Call saturday last. Canal Dover. Thanks to the managers the Tuscarawas county agricultural society for complimentary tickets to the fair to he held at canal Dover commencing oct. 5th and ending oct. 8th. Tuscarawas county a always has a Good fair at canal Dover a better display Stock and vegetables is not to be found at any county fair in the state. Beside there is a splendid race track and Many noted horses will be there. Done to fail to go it will be a Day Well spent. A tramp by the name James Thompson fell off the Wall at the rolling Mill to tile Railroad track about 12 feet below sunday night last while attempting to pass through the Mill to see the watchman and received severe injury in the Back. Ile was taken to the county infirmary and . Macka Man called to attend him. He will recover. Do not forget the Tuscarawas county fair at canal Dover october 5th, Atli 7th and 8th. The entry books Are now ready and those desiring to make entries will find me at the drug store Hon. George w. Crites where i will to get pleased to wait you and thus avoid the Rush second Day tile fair. S. Mclean Secretary. One Day last week new Philadelphia girls to get rid a dog belonging to a neighbor which had been killing her chickens caught and Hung it in the Coal House. After hanging there two three hours a a Doggie gave up the ghost. While hanging the cries the Little fellow could be heard All around the neighbourhood. Hadnot we better Send for . Bergh ? the dwelling House with All its contents belonging to Millard Rainsberger near Sherrodsville burned Friday last. The family was away from Home and it is supposed to be the work an incendiary. Our informant says there was some insurance the building but did not know How much. The Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling Railroad company will sell excursion tickets to Uhrichsville account Uhrichsville fair. Tickets Good going and returning september 28, 29, 30, and october i 18s6. A special train will run from Bridgeport sept. 30 and oct. I 1886. Quot m iss Alice Crouch this City will give a musical entertainment monday evening september 27th, at Eagle Hall before leaving for new York. Miss Crouch always attracts a Large audience and the people new Philadelphia Are pleased to Aid one so worthy. Tickets for Sale at Harris store. Rev. Wilson who has filled the Massillon appointment in the m. E. Church for the last three years has been assigned to this place lie is said to be an Able Man and his efforts will doubtless be appreciated Here and we Hope rewarded with Success. The democratic judicial convention will be held at Uhrichsville september 28th. We failed to get the names delegates but no doubt All will be notified by the executive committee. The advocate this week gives the Antonites a regular blizzard. All in fun we guess. Miss Sal i in Wiandt Waynesburg spent Friday with miss Sarah Donnell East Avenue. Miss Jennie Dixon this place left monday last week to attend school at Lutherville my. Theodore Sargent Washington i. C., is visiting his parents . And mrs. Levi Sargent North Broadway. Or. And mrs. William disc and daughter Alberta Are visiting at the residence Samuel Moore this week. Mrs. Minnie Wagstaff Nee miss Minnie Uhleman is at Home from Niles for a few Days she will return this week. Or. Nathan Stine and wife who have been spending a week with relatives in Gnadenhutten returned Home tuesday last week. Or. Welty cashier citizens National Bank and wife went to new York wednesday the 22d, for a two weeks visit. Or. Elmer Otis a former Law student a. L. Neely spent a few hours last saturday with his Many friends in this place. Rev. Or. In huns the lutheran Church in this City returned to Iii pastorate last saturday after an extended and pleasant summer vacation. Miss Clara Custer one our most popular Young ladies spent a few Days last week with her sister mrs. Wood. Fribley Uhrichsville. Rev. Andrew Mccullough a member the Northern Ohio m. E. Conference and brother Jos. T. Mccullough this City spent sunday with the latter. Ben. Schweitzer travelling Salesman for Bowman bros., Cleveland spent sunday and monday with his parents . And mrs. Henry Schweitzer fair Street. Or. Alfred Bailey a worthy citizen Sandyville dropped into our office Friday last and added a Dollar to our Cash for which he has the Best wishes the times. Or. And mrs. Peter Bechtel and lady and . Amp mrs. Frank Bechtel Ashland Ohio visited at the residence Samuel Moore Friday and saturday last week. Quite a number our Mill boys who went to Niles Sharon and Youngstown last week after the Mill shut Down for repairs Are Back again and All report having a Good time. Miss Lizzie and Jennie Sattler two estimable Young ladies Mineral Point o., while shopping saturday last were the guests miss Nettie Flora this City East High Street. Or. Clark Danforth formerly a compositor the Argus paper but who has been Iii Columbus for a time is Home for a few Days visiting friends. Clark is a first class Printer and can always get a Job. _ our old Friend William Palmer Goshen township has just returned from a visit to his brother in Wyandotte county He reports that the Corn crop is almost an entire failure there account dry weather. Charlie Pattuck a Young attorney Topeka Kansas is mixing with his Many friends in this City and glad Dening the hearts his parents . And mrs. Andrew Pattrick with a visit. Charlie wears his usual smile. Or. E. Waltz and his sister in Law mrs. Fox Henderson Valley gave the times office a Friendly Call thursday last week. Mrs. Fox was formerly a resident Scio Harrison county. Or. Waltz is an industrious Farmer and we wish him Success. John b. Read this City left monday last for Cleveland where he has accepted a position As compositor the Leader. John is an honest sober and industrious Young Man and we congratulate the Leader in employing one so worthy. Ile will he greatly greatly missed in our City by his Many friends who will lie sorry to see him go hut nevertheless we wish for him abundant Success wherever he May be employed. The time year is Here which in connection with excursion rates railroads brings Many old Dove rites from All directions to visit friends and former associates. Among others there Are Allison Jones formerly with a. Vinton Stoutt a Vinton who now holds a Good position in Kansas City to. Mrs. S. Walton Cummings 111. W. D. Buss Newburgh mrs. Al. Sheeler Toledo m. Blum heal Wheeling John a a Johnny goes Cleveland. There Are Many people in this world and Dover has some them that would make very Good Angels but they Are entirely too Good for this every Day kind a world. They Are too proud to associate with the upper tens too Lazy to work beg and too cowardly to steal. They Are the surest persons in the world to slide out town Between two Days go to the cemetery encased in a wooden overcoat obtained at some one else expense leaving behind unpaid Bills every description. It is in order now for All parties heretofore connected with the dispute and troubles in our Public schools to cease their senseless quarrelling. This should be done for a two fold reason first because the quarrel has narrowed Down to be a personal one without the remotest connection with the schools any its scholars. Second because neither party can Ever convince the other that it is wrong and thus bring about a reconciliation while in fact they Are doing untold harm in Breeding discontent and insubordination among the scholars. The Northern Ohio conference the m. E. Church in session in this place for the last week closes its labor to Day. The attendance is said to have been nearly 250, All whom were cared for by private families and the hospitable inclined had abundant Opportunity to do their utmost. Tho sessions tin conference and Public meetings in the rink were Well attended and taking the ministers As a whole they Are a line looking set men thoroughly in Earnest in their work and Are said to be red hot prohibitionists by a Large majority. They Twain shall be our genial Friend Ben. Zahner Boss tailor at Hanson amp sons had the misfortune to take a header Down the Central House stairs and is Laid up for repairs with one Arni in a Sling nothing More serious than a dislocation we understand. Some the boarders at the Central believe Ben. To be the Workman correspondent who signs himself a Spike a and we would suggest that this is a Good time to Tackel Ben. And Settle up old scores. A a Stone Creek. Our Village is rapidly improving. John Ellwood North Manchester Indiana is the guest his father Ham Ellwood. Wil Joseppi Fox left last week for Columbus where he will resume his studies at the Starling medical College. John f. Baker amp co. Have purchased a Hydraulic cider press and Mill and Are now prepared to squeeze out All the wet an Apple contains. Phil Mizer is out most his time Selling organs and pianos but he conies Home occasionally to see his wife and children and help the band boys to toot. Jacob Torgler a Large business House and dwelling combination is almost completed and when done will add to the Beauty our Little town. What business is to be carried in this Structure is yet to be found out. Gottlieb Stein has purchased the lot formerly owned by Dan Hoe Hstetler and a dwelling House is being erected the same. Peter Porcher has improved the looks his Blacksmith shops besides making them More convenient. They formerly stood about four feet out the sidewalk but this part has Bien removed thus giving the passers by a free passage. J. W. Shull has put Down a Stone pavement in front his business place and our p. Iii., j. W. Rolli will follow suit by laying a Brick walk with Stone curbing in front his business place. Jos. Rothacher and Albert Wagner have made some improvements in the same direction. If we keep this Way Phillipsburg will be one the neatest towns in the county. Let the Good work go . Robert Hay has removed his family from Navarre to this place. Or. Hay and Frank Ellwood Havo lately leased the Coal mine Andrew j. Hawk and Are now Oji rating the same. They Are Good miners and will furnish material to keep our citizens warm All Winter and a Good Quality at that. William Simmons and Joseph Springer Are the sick list. The Canning season is Here and our Tinner has his hands full making fruit cans. Next conies the Chestnut season. We have a a three card Monte Man if you want to see him Call at a a Shully a. This is not the a a mexican David Reif died saturday night last. He leaves a wife and child. Mick ado. Overdone Courtesy. Young husband to hotel clerk a a say pm the Man in 24 a clerk a so i see by the Register. Well sir Isnit everything All right a done to you and your wife receive proper attention a Young husband a a attention i should say we did. Why about every minute there a a Bell boy at the door a chambermaid with ice water something. How a a Man going to enjoy the honeymoon under such circumstances what i want a to do is to hire the elevator and keep it lie tween the floors perhaps then i wont have a Bruss but toned witness every time i kiss my wife a a Chicago rambler. Ruled the mugwumps out. Cincinnati o., sept. 19. The Republican executive committee to Day ruled out the mugwumps by a Resolution declaring that no one shall vote at their primaries who did not vote both for Blaine in 1881 and for Foraker last year. A a Billie a Quot a Whitman express messenger the c. L. Amp. Railroad was married last week to Effie Hilman Massillon formerly this place. Or. Thomas Connel and miss Nina Downey this City were married sunday evening sept. 20th, by the officiating minister in the Catholic Church at canal Dover. Or. William g. Smith canal do ver and miss Sadie Alishouse were married at the parsonage by the pastor the m. E. Church that place sunday sept. 19th. The Bride is a modest Little lady and possesses those traits character calculated to make Home Happy. Or. Jno. Kelly and miss Louisa Eichel both new Philadelphia were married yesterday at the residence the brides Parent. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Wisner. The Bride is not to leave the parental roof they will Comfort the aged father. Miss Ida a. Wisner daughter Rev. N. Isner this City and Herman f. A Orbeck Chicago were married at the Home the brides parents wednesday sept. 15th, by Rev. Noll Ragersville who was assisted by Rev. W Iii. Stedard Phillipsburg. Many friends witnessed the ceremony and bestowed upon the Happy couple their congratulations and valuable gifts. They will reside in Chicago. Julias Dittmar new Philadelphia and miss Dollie Heinz daughter Jacob Heinz formerly this place but now Wellsville will be married this thursday at 8 clock p. In. Rev. N. Wisner will perform the ceremony. Tile Groom is a live business Man and has a Home ready to receive tile Bride to which the Happy pair will retire this evening and will breakfast in their own domicile in the morning. Their honeymoon will he As Sweet there As where. Market reports. Any stray shots. An orthographic Al oddity a a a youth who was teaching the dumb to read and to write and to sub fell into disgrace a and lost a Good place by being too fond his fifteen years ago a Man quit Berlin Canada owing a $10 Board Bill. Tile other Day he returned found that his creditor was dead hunted up ins family and paid the debt with interest. A chair has let Een invented which can be adjusted to Over too different directions. Families blessed with a Small boy should have one these chairs placed in their Pew in Church. A a Eli say Good night to the governess and give her a no Mamma i done to want to kiss not a a a a because Shell Box my ears. She did miss Lulu Bates ascended in a balloon at Crawfordsville id. Balloon burst at height 300 feet and she was precipitated to the Earth. By timely action she saved her life but was badly jarred up. , your poem will have to he returned. The idea is very Good but the verses Limp somewhat. , i can account for that. I had a very bad Case rheumatism when i wrote them. The earthquake news from America created the greatest interest and excitement in London. Details were eagerly sought for. The papers however bungle the thing ludicrously in their comments one them describing Georgia As a City and another placing Charleston Iii Massachusetts. A big Black cat and big Black hat battled for three hours in Kansas City Post office let before the cat succeeded in killing tin1 hat. The Baths tactics were to get the eats Back and Chew his ear and tin cats were to run under a desk and Serape Oil the Bat and then renew the conflict. Done to bother me you made me forget my does traits always mean across a a a i suppose it does. If you done to Stop initial ing me with your questions you la go to does transparent mean a Cross Parent a ten minutes later she was resting in her Little Couch. They Tell Iii Brattleboro vt., a Clergyman who refused to take meat his Butcher because it had been killed sunday. A few Days later the preacher told the Butcher that he wanted some meat. A a i Haven to any to sell you a said that conscientious Man. A i have stopped receiving Money that is earned the Rev. Or. Wasmuth Wenona was awakened one night recently by a burglar in his room. The burglar said a a lie still ill kill the preacher promptly jumped out a second Story window to the ground. He there encountered another burglar. Jumping Over a Fence he escaped. So did the burglars. Secretary Chase is said to have first Learned to swear after he went into Lincoln a Cabinet but he Learned very thoroughly. One Day Atter a sulphurous outburst from him Lincoln asked a a . Chase Are you an Episcopalian a a Why do you ask a was the surprised counter question. A a Oil just out curiosity a replied Lincoln. A a Seward is an Episcopalian and i noticed that you and he swore in much the same Jacob Sehl and ii is brother Philip went to Troy Ohio tuesday this week to superintend the painting the new court House at that place for . Townsend. The sell is Brothers did the painting the court House in this place and Are experts in their business and Merit the Good reputation they have As painters. We wish them Success. Unclaimed letters. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office september 20th, 1886 James b. Mckee Charles Redy e. S. Perkins Charles Booth j. In Jones Emma Neff and Albert Miller. E. Fribley p. Lion. John Mcbride is Tho candidate no faction set men but the candidate the people. Times office september 23, flour Patent bbl. V sack. Best family bbl. A a Amber sack. A a new proc. Wheat Bushel. Corny new Bushel. Oats new Bushel. Rye Bushel. Butter Pound. Egos dozen. Buckwheat flour Pound. Hams Pound. Shoulders Pound. Sides Pound. Lard Pound. Tallow Pound. Beef Pound. Salt Goshen barrel. White Lime barrel. Akron cements barrel. Calcined plaster barrel. Land plaster ton. A barrel. Potatoes Bushel new. Dried peaches Bushel. Dried apples Bushel. A Pound. Rags Pound. Onions Bushel. Hay ton new. Clover seed Bushel. Timothy seed�?33 Bushel. Wool. Fertilizers ton. 1886. $ $ to 25 45 20 50 75 40 66 6@14 12 03 to 06 07 06 04 cd @rl5 i 15 i 1 35 2 25 9 .5 @6 4 50 30 00 50 02 01 40 00 50 50 30. Of for Sale.�?300 acres first class Plain and River Bottom land and about 70 acres Hill land timing 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 by sold As a whole divided to suit purchasers. The River Bottom land would be sold Iii Small tracts. F. S. Rom to. Office Over citizens National Bank new Phi Adelphia 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. I onus reasonable. Possession can in Given at any time. For particulars Call Frank Romig at times office William Oliver Pike run. 39tf ladies can buy Tine laces Ami ribbons at astonishingly Low prices at the 5 and to cent store next door to Miller a songs drug store. 31 any one desiring to sell Exchange 01 buy real estate any kind chattels will do Well to Call tile 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 for Sale Price $270.�?four-horsepower upright portable engine Eureka. Manufactured by Payne a co., new York. All fixtures go with it. It is in Good order and has been used but a Short time. A bargain in it. Callas s. Moore a Law office Over citizens National Bank. 37 do not forget to examine into our offers in real estate. See our list 4th Page. We Are offering some extra bargains now town property. For farm and school Bells Call at the English a Dixon foundry new Phila Delphia Ohio. 1-41 for very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per cent interest investment. A Iso other desirable lots and properties. John a. Himes new Philadelphia. 18tf heavy and Light castings can be had at the English a Dixon works Short notice. Also machinery every kind carefully repaired by experienced work men. 35 w 4 persons desiring to loan Money can have the same placed at 8 per cent., secured by mortgage first class real estate by John a. Himes new Philadelphia Artificial Teeth $5.50 per set at . 1. L. Mitchells dental office new Philadelphia g. 17-vl Gold fillings $1.00 Silver 50c. Cement 25c., at . Mitchells office new Philadelphia. 17-Yl an endless variety Glass and tinware every description at the 5 and to cent store next door to Miller a songs. Pensions patents claims generally prosecuted before government departments by John a. Buchanan attorney at Law new Philadelphia it it. 32-1 in. For Good second hand Phaeton nearly As Good As new and Well painted and was made by first class workmen. Call at the times office. Wanted to borrow�?$500.00 $1,-000 for one two years food Security Given. Address Box 87, new Philadelphia Ohio. Buy your fruit Trees shrubbery Green House plants Powers etc., your Home nurseryman Daniel wins new Philadelphia He Sells cheap and guarantees satisfaction. 33t6eow for Coal cars and car wheels Call at the English a Dixon works new Phila Delphia Ohio now operated by r. Cheetham formerly Canton 33w4 drop into the 5 and Locc Nestore next door to Miller a songs when you want to Purchase goods and secure big bargains. 36 something new. A cast Iron stove pipe elbows in three sizes. Come and see them at the English a Dixon works new Philadelphia They will last a life time. 36wl illuminated Side walk and Coal vault lights a specially at the English a Dixon works. 35w4

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