Mr. G.W. Adams has just had completed a corn crib 200 feet in length, capable of containing 16,000 bushels of corn and another commenced of the same capacity, near the store of Adams & Leggitt. Mr. Adams is paying 25 cents a bushel for good corn delivered at the above cribs, 20 cents is the general price in this vicinity. - Dresden Intelligencer
The Zanesville Daily Courier - January 14, 1861
Compliment to Dresden - We accidentally overheard the following compliment paid to the town of Dresden in this county, the other day by an omnibus driver, in coversation with another engaged in an opposition line, while standing in front of the Stacey House.
"Well Jim, you are too honery to live, if I was you I'd leave the city - I'd go to Dresden, I would."
The Zanesville Daily Courier - July 22, 1861
Mrs. Harry Miller has returned to Dresden after a visit with Zanesville friends.
J.J. Horn has returned to Dresden following a visit with Zanesville friends.
Mrs. John Egbert has returned to her home at Dresden, following a visit with Zanesville friends.
Wendell Longaberger has returned to Dresden after visiting friends in this city.
The Times Recorder (Zanesville, OH) - June 1, 1923
Samuel Squire, who died at Dresden, aged 67, was born and reared in Jackson township. He moved to Dresden fifteen years ago. He served in the 122nd regiment during the Civil War. J.S. Squire of Coshocton is a brother.
The Zanesville Times Recorder - January 8, 1903)
A small sleighing party drove to the home of T.D. Adams of Dresden Monday night where the evening was pleasantly spent in dancing and other amusements.
The members of the Presbyterian church of Dresden gave an entertainment last night at Eschman's hall. The program consisted of a series of illustrated paintings by Miss Anna Sarah B--K. The affair was a most enjoyable one.
The Zanesville Times Recorder - January 14, 1903