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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - April 19, 1888, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in tiie county. Books Bill Heads posters and printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 yer. One Inch. S t w $ 2 00 $ 3 00 $ 5 00 three inches. 2 09 5 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 7 50 12 50 22 50 halt column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices five cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday april 19, 1888. Number 17. Official directory. New Philadelphia times. District. Congress. State senator. Common pleas judges. County. Representative. Probate judge. Prosecuting attorney j clerk. Sheri if. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. City. Daniel Korns. James 11. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman Stre John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. 15. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. Glatfelter. Beriah Wilkins Geo. W. Crites j. Glance j s. Peace Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley nines m. Patrick j. Donahey g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. A. G. Neumann s. Lifer \ w. E. Lash it. Benner 0. H. Gloover Ozias Delong j. Porter mayor a Erk marshal it commissioner Council game Warden. Names. A. Youngen same a Bible Henry Deible. Philip Doerfer. Daniel Krebs. S Milliken. Nich Montag. S t Tennal Harl Eslik Philip a g c c Lerose he r t i Unis 5ooth p h read. Adam it Eula. David Bre Yinet c w Knisley. A a j Murphy. Jas Galbraeth. T 15 Rankin. L a Cornett. Wesley m True Lewis c Zollars t Richardson. M s Wagner. J l Baldwin. T k Robinson. J i Gardner. 11 Galbraith. Isaac couts. James w stoic Jolin Wetter. Justices. I township. Post office. Auburn. Pagers i lie. Auburn. Ragersville. Tilicks. Baltic. Bucks. Baltic. Clay. Lock no. 17. Clay. Gnadenhutten. Dover. Canal Dover. A Dover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. Fairfield. New Philada a. S Fairfield. Zoar station. R Franklin. Strasburg. 1f Ranklin. Strasburg. S Goshen. New Philada a. Goshen. New Philada a. Goshen. New Philada a. Ilo Sheu. New Philada a. Jefferson. Stone Creek. Jefferson. 44 44 r Lawrence. Zoar i Lawrence. Bolivar. Mill. Uhrichsville. Mill. Uhrichsville. A. Mill. Dennison. A Oxford. Newcomerstown Oxford. Newcomerstown a Jerry. Cadwallader. Of carry. Cadwallader. Rush. Tippecanoe. 1 Rush. Gnadenhutten. Salem. Port Washington i Salem. Port Washington Sandy. Mineral City. Sandy. Mineral City. sugar Creek. Shanesville. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. A Nion. Uhrichsville. Union. Lees i lie. J Warren. New cd Moorland Warren. New Cuni Merlaud Warwick. Tuscarawas. In Warwick. Tuscarawas. A Washington Albany. Washington Paoli. T Wayne. Dundee. Wayne. Dundee. Y York. New Philada a. \ Ork. Black band. Professional directory. In is. N. I. Richards m. D. Physician and surgeon new Philadelphia. Ohio. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 49yl re c. Parks m. If physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Of fice Over Routzen Lueizer s drug store. Reside uce two doors soil Ali a 1 depot. 49yl Jas. A. D. Richards. Jos. T. Mccullough. Richards a Mcgil Lugii attorneys at Law 49yl. New Philadelphia Ohio. T. J w physic Rich a lids in and surgeon. Office and Resi Deuce a it it. 4c>, so it i Broadway new Phi Ladel phia Ohio. 4syl prances Roll attorn by at la w and notary Public. Office i nit lie Mcl Ane Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. John s. Git a11a a attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47yl j in Booth attorney at Law. Notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl c Amu Al 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 in Hummel Block second floor. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises Fores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores. Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller so son. 6y2 . A a. P. Lacey procure patents in the u. A. Canada and Europe 20 years experience. Preliminary examinations As to patentability inventions free. No attorney Lees in Advance for obtaining i. Patents. Full instructions in patents terms etc., sent free. Address it. A a. P. Lacey Patent att is Washington d. Feb. 2, �?T8syl Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. The Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Thursday april 19, 1888. Office in Hummel Block East High St., second floor. T. W. Mcdermott d. Y. S., honorary graduate the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats All diseases Domestic animals. Surgery a specially. Horse dentistry neatly done. Calous Teeth removed it pays to keep a horses Teeth in Good condition. Spavins and ringtones Best treated by the actual cautery. Calls by Telegraph otherwise promptly an swered. A f office Over drug store new Philadelphia Ohio 4yl Mitchells Dentai rooms. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 Crast ivs itch Ell d. D. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. City Block new Philadelphia Over in def a a hardware store Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. Gas and Ether administered. -@8r diseases the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1 Alfred Bailey proprietor. The House Lias been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms. Table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the ears. Good livery in connection with the House. 9yl remodeler refitted and refurnished throw out new % Johnson House. It. B. West manager 133 Superior Street Cleveland,.gmsq terms�?$1.50 to $2.00, according to room. Orthe new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in Advance 81 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. 43address All matter intended for publication to the times. Tuesdays Plain healer contains a special correspondence from new Philadelphia in relation to the article from the Columbus correspondent to that paper. In the article from new Philadelphia the writer goes out his Way to say that a the times an alleged democratic paper whose editor bolted the democratic county ticket last year is opposing Vir. we admit we Are opposing . Wilkins and scores other Good democrats Are doing likewise but when the writer that article says that a a the editor the times bolted the ticket last year a he wilfully lies for every Reader the times knows there was not a word uttered in it against a single candidate. Beriah Wilkins was not a candidate. The editor the times did not make an Effort to defeat a Man the ticket but this particular True Blue crowd including Beriah Wilkins bolted the caucus nominee at the senatorial convention last year and the correspondent from new Philadelphia we think belonged to the same crowd. W e Are willing that our democracy be weighed in the balance with Beriah and his friends. This new Philadelphia correspondent further says a a that the delegates to the National democratic convention from this District must be pronounced Cleveland men and no others need that will not be the Case if Beriah Wilkins should be one them for it is Well known to the people Tuscarawas county that he is not a pronounced Cleveland Man. We Hope that every Delegate to the St. Louis convention will be a pronounced Cleveland Man. Beriah a criticism president Cleveland and his vote against Cleveland a policy gave him away. Little happenings. I r. Beers vice president and Edmund Turner general manager and engine met with the Railroad committee thursday evening at Eagle Hall. In behalf the company they submitted a final proposition to our citizens. It requires $10,000 to Clear the right Way Between the Tunnel at head old town and the Tunnel the Beaver dam route. The company absolutely requires the right Way that sum guaranteed to them for the purpose reimbursing the company the company to Clear the right Way. These conditions must be complied with the Road will take another route. The company offer to make their contract in writing to commence work immediately and build by Way the Beaver dam route. If the company negotiate the right Way and can get it for less than $10,000, then the difference will be refunded. The Railroad committee thought Best to make one More Effort. The tax measure will be tried to Aid in the amount apportioned to Goshen township. The question tax will be submitted some time during this month. In the meantime an Effort will be made to raise the amount apportioned to the other townships by subscription. Let everyone go to work to raise the necessary sum outside Goshen. A correspondent to the Plain dealer says a the sixteenth District As already stated in these dispatches promises a Lively convention. The indications Are that Beriah Wilkins will have a rough Road to travel and for Many reasons. His most formidable opponent is . Forbes the present member the House from Coshocton county. Forbes is a great mixer and makes friends wherever he goes. It was largely through his efforts that the two cent fare Bill passed the House. He has no Superior in Point ability in the House is a very logical and Earnest speaker with a Strong voice. He would no doubt take a High rank in Congress and would Aid the party in All campaigns. He is sound the Tariff question and a great admirer Cleveland and his administration senator Conkling died at 1 50 clock wednesday morning. He contracted his disease by being exposed in the March storm blizzard which came near ending his life at the time. He took cold which settled in his ear and head finally forming an abscess within the Skull. An operation was performed by opening the Skull Back the ear when a Quantity pus was discharged. This gave Relief for a time and it was thought he might recover. But tuesday he became worse was unconscious and finally passed away quietly after having suffered terribly several Days. Senator Conkling was one the finest lawyers the United states and an Able and honest statesman. Times office in Hummel Block. Frank Albert has opened a billiard room in the basement lately occupied by John Saunders As a Barber shop. Candidates for office Are now presenting their smiling countenances. We have already announced the names three worthy gentlemen As candidates for county commissioner. Who comes next emperor Frederick is growing worse and fears Are entertained that the end is near at hand with him. The emperor has signed an order appointing the Crown Prince to act As his representative. Dennison ought to be transplanted to Rowen county Kentucky As she is now trying to depopulate the town with revolvers. Thanks to a Friend for the report the late tragedy. See Dennison correspondence. The 23d anniversary the death Abraham Lincoln was celebrated at Springfield Illinois the loth instant. Letters and telegrams regret were received from the governors various states and Many other noted personages. Gov. Foraker has appointed the following As the Board pardons Chas. A. Vallandigham Americus v. Rice t. F. Thompson and Nathan Decker. The governor is the fifth member. A few the latest styles hats just received at Fribley a from new York Are the Claribel Lister Olga torpedo Arcade Paget Breve rat Wilma re Graceful floodgate Bellmont Oxford and Torqua. You should see them. T1i0s. Ii. Case clerks 52yl l. Golder. Sit ill amp Ltd Quot ibo their Money a 11 i11 our 15kas.s Ftnat Heil corrugated the general Assembly Ohio has at last adjourned sine die. Many things were done that could Well have been left undone and Many that were left undone should have been done. One thing that should have been done was to pass the two cent Railroad fare Bill. That Bill passed the House but the sen ate refused to pass it. Reflecting safety lamp. Can be bold in every family. Gives More ligh11 Han thre Cord 1 nary 1 amps. Fie us tire pity lire eel f i Plutt Jaiup Ami Law Reni used. Pc manufacture a Large line household articles head for free illustrated circulars to Foushee amp Mcmakin Cincinnati 0 Little Rhode Island has at last cast off the property qualification that pre vented Many her citizens from exercising the right suffrage and the foreign born citizen now stands the same basis As the native born citizen. I his step will doubtless change the political complexion the state and will add 24,000 to its voting population. Rev. Samuel Jones lectured in the City Zanesville last week. Subject a a character and a Large audience greeted him. Why cannot the managers our opera House secure Rev. Jones to deliver a lecture Here. There is no doubt he would draw a Good House. The local option measure voted in Oxford township last saturday carried by 122 votes in favor to 45 against the measure. Oxford is All a a dry now including Newcomerstown. Or. W. R. Crater is now the Hon. Mayor Newcomerstown Atid will see to it that the a a dry stay top. The Wheeling amp Lake Erie Ray company will extend their Road from Bowerstown through to Wheeling this summer. Parties have already been engaged to drive the tunnels. If Cadiz folks in Harrison county want the Road by Way county seat it is High time they were pulling their string. John Saunders has moved his Barber shop to the Powelson building opposite the Exchange hotel. The rooms Are finely furnished with Bath rooms in connection and All modern conveniences. Or. Saunders will also have a department for ladies hair dressing. Call and see him. The Standard Oil company is laying an 18-Inch pipe line from Lima Ohio to Chicago to run the Oil from the Ohio Oil Field to the latter City. It is estimated to Cost 7,000 per mile and for the 210 Miles making a total investment including machinery pumps and reservoirs $2,250,000. It is claimed that it will be used to take the place Coal in the manufacturing establishments. Van Baker has been granted a new trial and also a change venue. J Edge Jacob has named Brook county As the place trial. Murderers have been very successful this Winter in their motions for a new trial. Roth Wooster Baker Ohio county va., Robinson and Coughlin the Ravenna tragedy All have been granted new trials. Only Blinky Morgan has been unsuccessful. Rev. Cook preached a very Able and interesting discourse to the song veterans and g. A. R. Order in general last Sabbath. There was a crowded House interested listeners. His Sermon will be published. His subject was a a honesty loyalty and Rev. Cook was in the service and knows How to interest and Brace up the boys who fought the Battle our country. Little happenings. Martin a. Foran will not be a candidate for Congress again. That leaves the Field open for some other Democrat to try to overcome the Republican majority in that District. Mrs. Ella Smith Price late St. Louis to elocution St assisted by her pupils new Philadelphia and canal Dover will give an elocution Ary entertainment in the near future. Mothers Call and see our line children a suits before making your purchases. We can astonish you in Quantity Quality and cheapness. 17w3 g. Senhauser amp son. The Troung people new Philadelphia gave a social dance at Eagle Hall Friday evening last. Quite a number Young people from canal Dover and Uhrichsville were present. Some parties have circulated the report that i will not do any work for people in new Philadelphia which is not True. I will be pleased to do work in my line for anyone that May Call me in this town. Paper hanging training staining done up in first class style. Frank Sra ii. Sugarcreek township will take a vote the local option prohibition feature the Dow Law the 28th this month. It causes considerable talk and commotion and will doubtless be opposed by the saloons. Parties Are now interested in the same direction in Goshen township and in a few Days the citizens will be stirred up. Personal mention. Burglars entered the dwelling Henry Dickman amp son Toledo the night the 15th. The father and son both leaped from their bed and grappled with the burglars. The robbers Drew revolvers and fired simultaneously bringing Dickman and his son to the floor. The son was fatally wounded in the head and the father receiving a fatal wound in the right breast. The robbers escaped and have not yet been captured. Blinky Morgan made a statement to an enquirer reporter the 14th inst., proclaiming his Innocense and says he was 400 Miles away at the time the Lulligan murder. He reviews the testimony and if his rehearsal is True he Points out Many conflicting statements made by witnesses. Blinky seems almost As Good at reviewing testimony As a lawyer. It is too late however to Hope for a new trial unless the supreme court reverses finds error. About one Hundred persons assembled in the ladies reception room the u. Senate at 10 clock monday april 2d. There they were Given an audience by the Senate committee woman suffrage. Mrs. Anthony mrs. Stanton mrs. Shattuck mrs. Groth Norway miss Trigg Finland mrs. Chant England mrs. Julia Ward Howe mrs. Merrick Louisiana mrs. Keefer Toronto and miss Frances e. Willard in turn addressed the committee. It is said that the Board Trade an enterprising Kansas town recently bought 5,000 copies the Bible printed a map the City the Fly Leaf ran a description the county around the margin the Book genesis inducements to capitalists in Green around psalms and cards real estate dealers in Blue at the beginning each Book All through the new testament and sent the volumes Back East As Boom literature. And it further said that when a poor deluded fool in Illinois read in the Good books a a in the beginning god created the heaven and the Earth a he exclaimed As natural As life a a that a another d d Kansas unclaimed letters. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office april 17, 1s88 e c Dinwiddie Bartlett Ellis amp co Willie Elwood William Mcconnell Andrew Myers e k Young miss Wiley West miss Mary m Scott miss Ellen Mourie miss Mary Knite mrs Mattie Oatley. If not called for in fourteen Days will be sent to the dead letter office. E. P. Degreif p. Uhrichsville boy mass inf. Consult your own interest. A Penny saved is As Good As a Penny earned. This you can do by buying your groceries provisions boots and shoes at j. W. Study a in Gentsch Block East High Street. A full line fresh and pure groceries always hand at Bottom prices. Fresh and cured meats sliced to suit the purchaser. All goods cheap for Cash. 17w4. If you want to Purchase a Fine piano Organ cheap and easy terms Call and see the Fine selection at m. W. Burdick a music store new Philadelphia Or. Burdick will take pleasure in furnishing conveyance to persons living in the country to and from the town who will notify him that they wish to examine his Stock with a View purchasing. He keeps a Good team and conveyance for the accommodation . Done to be backward. 2 Dyn miters Are again at work blowing up the feeders to the Miami and Erie canal. That canal question is causing no Little trouble and ought to be settled once for All by abandoning the worthless part that comes into Ohio from Indiana. The governor has his attention once More called to it and will doubtless Send troops there again to guard it. Twelve Hundred Bakers Are out a strike in Chicago. The strike was brought about because the employers were hiring some non Union men. Chi Cago will have to bake a Flap jacks for a while. But this is a Sample free America which we boast. Every thing must be run by a Union combination even politics is poisoned with ring Power. Uhrichsville o., april. 16. William Robb a boy about 17 years old who was learning the tailors Trade with Evans amp co. Of this City disappeared last night and nothing can be Learned his whereabouts. He made his Home with . George Evans a member the firm he was working for and was considered a sober industrious Young Man. His Mother resides in Cleveland and has been notified her songs dealer. Illegal voting . Tom h. Loller Dennison was in our City tuesday. Mrs. D. B. Downey is visiting relatives in Mckeesport a. Mrs. J. H. Boothe is confined to her bed with rheumatism. Commissioners lash and Benner were in town tuesday business. Or. Clark new York visited new Philadelphia friends Sabbath. W. H. And j. Smith Uhrichsville spent Sabbath at the residence j. H. Boothe. Miss Augusta troll Mansfield is the guest the misses Winspear West High Street. Mrs. Oscar Smith and miss Cacharet Canton Are visiting at . Alexander Hei Gertners this City. Mrs. Alfred Bailey new Philadelphia was the guest mrs. E. Vankirk Mineral Point last week. Or. Allan Getzman formerly new Philadelphia but now Carrollton is attending College in Harlem Springs. Mrs. Allan and son Frank who have been visiting Rev. Doniero a family returned to their Home in Franklin saturday. _ mrs. Ellen Taylor this City went to Uhrichsville tuesday to sew for . Evans and will be gone probably All summer. _ Hon. A. T. Ready has been the sick list for some time but Able to be about. Lie is suffering with asthma and can scarcely talk. James Ward and wife have returned Home after a visit twelve weeks with relatives at Niles new Castle and Pittsburg. Or. Ward was in poor health when he left but has improved greatly during his visit. Chief police Schmitt received a letter wednesday from Daniel Korns mayor new Philadelphia. Mayor Korns asks for the arrest Thomas Hopkins Cleveland charge illegal voting. The letter was Given to the second precinct officers who detailed patrolman James Hanley to place under arrest Thomas Hopkins a labourer who lives at no. 674 St. Clair Street. The accused was taken to the Central police station and locked up under a charge illegal voting. It has been Learned from some Hopkins friends that although he has lived in the United states More than five years he has not taken out his naturalization papers and is in consequence still a subject great Britain. Hopkins went to new Philadelphia some time ago and last election Day is said to have voted at the municipal election. It is probable he will be taken to that dealer. Shull brought hop Kins to this City Friday last and Lodge him in jail to await the action the next grand jury. It is not very profit Able to any Man to vote illegally May land this Young Man where he can Ponder Over the frivolities life is time to Stop stuffing the ballot Box. It it the Rev. W. J. Wilson new Philadelphia former pastor the first methodist Church was in the City Independent. Andrew Patrick and wife left this week for Topeka Kansas to spend the summer with their sons who Are in the practice Law in that City. Or. And mrs. J. H. Tipton Richmond ind., Are visiting at the residence mrs. Tipton a parents James Spence and wife West fair Street. Herman Kaserman who has been clerking in a hardware store in Canton for some time past came Home saturday. Ill health caused him to Lay off for a few Days. Geo. Johnston the genial landlord the Cadwallader hotel made the times office a pleasant Call yesterday and added his name to our already Large list subscribers at that place. The bees Are buzzing grandma Donnell celebrated her seventy fifth birthday monday evening at the residence j. H. Boothe. All the children and grand children that could possibly come were present. It was quite an enjoyable affair. Obituary. In the bonnets several Ohio legislators. They will make it hot for Berian. Mrs. Emma Rhoads wife Joseph Rhoads West High Street died saturday night at 10 clock heart disease aged 54 years. She had been ailing for a year More but had been seriously ill but a week before her death. She was the Mother eight children four whom survive her. Mrs. Rhoads was a Good kind Christian woman a quiet disposition and beloved by All who knew her. Her remains were interred in the new Philadelphia cemetery monday afternoon at 2 clock Rev. J. A. Cook officiating. A a at Midnight last night mrs. Anna b. Kerr aged 75 years died at the Home her son in Law Jos. J. Huston with whom she had lived for Twenty years at no. »9 South fourth Street after a Short illness. Mrs. Kerr has a history worthy mention. During the War she went out with the 80th Ohio regiment and was present at Tho Battles Corinth and Iuka tenderly caring for and administering to the wants the wounded and dying. She was captured by Gen. Van Dorns army and Only a rolled after it was found to be impossible to escape with the prisoners. Throughout the War she was a nurse in the Field hospitals and witnessed the terrible sufferings the injured. She has gone to her Reward and Many will learn her death with the above clipping is from a Newark daily paper and will no doubt be interest to the Soldier boys the 80th v. I., Many whom reside in Tusca rawas and adjoining counties. Mother Kerr was Well known to the boys the 80th regiment having endured the hardships Camp life and administered to their wants in the Field. A Bill was once introduced in Congress to pension Mother Kerr but through the negligence judge Thompson member the invalid pension commission from Ohio the Bill was stowed away in a Pigeon Hole and allowed to die. She is said to have seen More genuine ser vice than Many the soldiers the pension Rolls and it is a shame that she was not pensioned. Columbus april 12. Special to the Plain dealer. The congressional bees Are leaving their Winter quarters and buzzing in the bonnets Many ambitious politicians promising a spirited contest in every one the democratic congressional districts. A the contest in Beriah Wilkins District the sixteenth promises to be a very close and interesting one. The District is composed Tuscarawas county with fifty votes in the Conven mention Licking and Muski Ngum with Tifty six each Coshocton thirty six and Holmes thirty two. According to the situation affairs at present the following candidates will be presented to the convention Holmes county will present he name Hon. Jerry Sullivan who made an excellent record As state senator and judge Wellington Stih vell. Licking judge Hunter Captain Owen Waldo Taylor and . Jones. Muski Ngum j. J. Andrews. Tuscarawas will present her blonde statesman the present member Congress Beriah Wilkins. Coshocton will present the name lion. J. P. Forbes who has already achieved a wide reputation for his ability As Coshocton county a member the Ohio House. There is no doubt that Coshocton county will make a hard fight for the nomination. She has not had a member Congress since 1856, and thinks it is about time it was being passed around. Since that time Licking has had three terms in Congress Muski Ngum four and Tuscarawas four Homes having been put in the District about three years ago in order to defeat judge Geddes. The other counties have been in the same District about forty years. The writer recently met a prominent Democrat from that District who was asked to give his views the situation and replied a a . Wilkins you know has served three terms and is now seeking the fourth. There is a St gig feeling in the District that some one else should be Given a Chance and . Wilkins gracefully retired. His last nomination was secured about one month before the general order the president in reference to Federal officials taking part in political conventions and at that time nearly every Federal official in the District was present at the convention and worked industriously in the interest . Wilkins. A a in my opinion if the sentiment the District at that time could have been obtained he would not have received the nomination and As it was ran nearly 1,000 votes behind the state ticket. As a member Congress he has been successful Only As a persistent office seeker for his friends and As a political wire Puller in manipulating conventions has had up to this time Good Success. A a lie now expects a renomination and bases his Hopes upon the assistance Federal office holders in that District. I am reliably informed that during his recent visit to Ohio he called upon the postmasters in the counties the District and they Are now industriously at work in his behalf. But these officials will be carefully watched and their conduct in connection with the convention noted in order that the officials at Washington May see How the office holders in that part Ohio obey the orders the chief executive. The republicans Ohio have claimed that president Cleveland meant nothing by that order and the conduct the officials in the sixteenth District will afford an Opportunity to test it. A a one the features the Canvas that is attracting some attention is the candidacy . Sullivan Homes. He is now holding a Federal appointment that Bank examiner and is said to be indebted to . Wilkins for is appointment. Why he should become a candidate for Congress against the Man to whom he is under obligations causes speculation about the Holmes county delegation being turned Over to . Wilkins. And furthermore the nomination Wilkins will not be a very Hearty endorsement president Cleveland because i know that in his own county it is his boast and Pride that he is antagonistic to the financial policy the president. I Tell you the democrats the sixteenth District Are not going to permit this manipulation conventions any longer and the example Franklin county is liable to be repeated. Or. Wilkins is a very hard worker in politics when his own interests Are at stake but when they Are not As shown by his conduct last fall he Abandons the party and superintend the building a residence it Washington. I am told he intends to remove there if Defeated in the coming a a who is your Choice for Congress a a a i have none. I simply desire to see the position pass around when there Are so Many men equal if not Superior ability in the District and then i want to see a Democrat who is in line with his party and the president sent there in order to assist in carrying out democratic reforms and principles instead retarding they want their share. Democratic convention Roth the wife murderer Wooster was arranged the 16tli inst. To plea to the indictment for murder in the first degree. He plead not guilty but motion the prosecutor he was permitted to plead guilty Man Slaughter. Public opinion seemed to be in his favor account the unfaithfulness his wife and although once convicted murder in the first degree and granted a new trial account one the jurors having served a jury within two years Prev ious it was thought he could not again be convicted murder in the first de Gree. Holmes county will choose a congressional candidate and stand by him. Millersburg o., april 16. Sex senator Sullivan arrived Home sunday morning from a trip business connected with his office As Bank examiner and found his return a full fledged candidate for Congress in the person judge Stilwell. Jerry has put his fighting Rig already and will take in the county in a canvassing tour in Short order. Or. Stilwell has got in some work in the absence . Sullivan. The Plain dealer s Columbus correspondent seems to think that . Forbes Coshocton will be . Wilkins most formidable opponent. In this he May be woefully mistaken from the fact that Holmes county is in the race this year for blood and not simply to help any other candidate. She is entitled to this nomination if she is Ever entitled to any and it is the rank est nonsense for any one to say that because she has a candidate she is in the fight to help some one else. As for the two candidates now in the Field and the Choice whom will be decided the 28th inst., both arc Strong administration men. Holmes county will go into the convention at Coshocton with a candidate to stay and with no figure head by any Means and will have delegates who will not be for Sale but will adhere closely to her candidate until the end As they did two years dealer. Parr amp Kelley desire to announce to their Many friends and the Public generally that they have opened a new store with a full line boots and shoes. Our system business will be to sell for Cash discount All Bills and therefore give our patrons the Benefit thereof. We also desire to announce that having purchased the remaining Stock boots and shoes j. W. Burry we will close it out regardless Cost. We have secured the services . Rolli who will superintend the custom work and repair department. Place business Chapins Block third door from Public Square being the room formerly occupied by g. Senhauser amp son new Philadelphia Ohio. Call and see. Or. Rolli is Well known As a first class Mechanic in the Boot and shoe line Anc we congratulate the above firm in be securing so Good a . The Knoder Bros have moved their meat Market into their new building adjoining the Sherman House. They have a a a Bossy pla6e now. The following Bill for the purpose securing a proper listing property for taxation has passed both houses and is now a Law Section 1. Lit it enacted by the general Assembly the state Ohio that the county commissioners county auditor and county treasurer a majority said officers in said county when they have reason to believe there has not been a full return property for taxation shall have Power to employ any person to make inquiry and furnish the county auditor the facts As to any omission any property for taxation any property improperly omitted from the tax duplicate no payment to be made for such services except in accordance with the terms agreement Between the officers a majority them and such person and such payment shall be made Only out Money actually paid into the county Treasury As taxes omitted property and such compensation shall not exceed 20 per cent the amount taxes the returns the omitted moneys credits investments in Bonds stocks joint stocks annuities other valuable interests held by a resident this state by others for him and All such allowances shall be apportioned ratable by the county auditor among All the funds entitled to share in the distribution such taxes. Sec. -. Any assessor who shall wilfully omit to return Anju property for taxation any auditor who shall wilfully omit any property from the tax duplicate that is liable to taxation any person conspiring to wilfully increase the number amount any tax omissions shall upon conviction thereof pay a Fine not exceeding two Hundred dollars be imprisoned in the county jail not exceeding sixty Days both. Sec. -. The person persons with whom the contract provided for in Sec. A this act is made shall give Bond in the sum one thousand dollars conditioned the faithful performance the duties required by the contract said Bond shall be approved by a majority those authorized to make the appointment. Transfers real estate. The democrats Tuscarawas county Are requested to meet at the usual places holding their primary elections in their respective townships and election precincts Friday May 4, 1888, at from 4 clock to 6 clock p. Except at the precincts Goshen Mill and Dover townships where the meetings will be held from 4 clock to 7 clock p. Of said Dayan organize said meetings respectively by selecting a chairman and Secretary who shall act As tellers and proceed to choose by ballot delegates to represent said townships and election precincts in the democratic county convention to be held in new Philadelphia saturday May 5, 1888, at 10 clock a. M., to nominate candidates for the following offices and in the following order one county auditor one county commissioner one infirmary director one county Coroner also to select delegates to the democratic congressional convention for the 16th District and to the democratic state convention and to transact such business As May properly come before the convention. Each township and election precinct will be entitled to delegates in the county convention upon the following basis one Delegate for every 25 votes and one Fox every fraction 13 votes cast for Thomas e. Powell for governor Ohio in november 1887, which will give each township and precinct the number delegates Here stated Viz Auburn. 7 Bucks. 10 Clay. 6 Dover. 24 Fairfield. 4 Franklin. 5 Goshen precinct 1 5 a a 2 10 a a 3 11 a a 4 3 Jefferson. 9 Lawrence. 7 Mill Dennison. 10 Uhrichsville precinct 1. 4 a a 4 a a Oxford. 9 Perry. 5 Rush. 4 Salem. 10 Sandy. 7 Sugarcreek. 11 Union. 1 Ofarren. 4 Warwick. 6 Washington. 5 Bayne. 8 York. 8 total.200 the chairman and secretaries the primary meetings will see that the names the delegates chosen Are properly certified to the convention. By order the democratic Central committee. T. J. Evans Clin. John a. Buchanan Sec y. Candidate announcement the electoral vote. Or. Editor a you will please announce the name Frederick Glauser Goshen township As a candidate for county commissioner subject to the decision Tho democratic co. Convention to be held May 5th, ls8s. Fred. Glacier. Editor times you will please announce the name Adam Miller Oxford township As a candidate for the office county commissioner subject to the decision Tho democratic county convention. Many citizens. As compiled in the office Tho recorder deeds r ii Roby to John w Meredith 96� acres Goshen township $831. Jacob Pearch to Edward Ettel lot 23, Uhrichsville $700. Jas t Casey to Michael Mckeoun lot 46, Dennison $925. Chas Roth Einstein to Christian Rupp 23 acres Oxford township $600. Geo Reif to Henry Anderson acre York township $50. Geo e Campbell to John s Graham lot 13, new Philadelphia $100. Lewis b Glass to Barbara Kiser lot 66, new Philadelphia $450. Sheriff Bowers to Geo Welty 93 58-100 acres Goshen township $4,581. Alvin Rupert to Norman Rupert 19 acres York township $700. We Stonebrook to Jesse Castile lots 111 and 112, Glasgow $30. Trios ii Loller to Laura Coleman lot 8, Dennison $1,200. John Ruth to Fred a Reed 4 84-100 acres Lawrence township $100. Jacob Welty to Chas Jentes 40 acres Dover township $2,000. Robert Elzbeck to Phebe Stonebrook lots 111 and 112, Glasgow $25. Philip Mohr to Elizabeth Kemp lot 21, Dover $1,000. T i Healea to l f Robinson lot 4, Dennison $800. Maurice Moody to t d Healea lot 8, Dennison $200. We Cordrey to Elizabeth Dilldine part lot 17, new Philadelphia $50. Louisa c Winkler to Mary Krebs part lots 15 and 16, York township $520. Sheriff Bowers to Graff so Darst 72 78-100 acres Goshen township $2,230. Geo w Mckee it Al to Jas m Blank lots 9 and 10, Dennison $120. Jacob Knecht to Eli Trushel 12 acres Auburn township $510. Sheriff Bowers to Belle shot Well 83 acres Goshen township $3,025. Mark a Matson to Lewis Geckeler 86-100 acres Sandy township $150. Sheriff Bowers to Christian Coppersmith 41 70-100 acres Goshen township $1,350. The ladies Are wild with Delight Over those Beautiful Spring hats at Fri Leys. A a and their prices for Spring hats and bonnets Are so reasonable a said a lady As she came out Fribley a store saturday. Or. Editor you will please announce my name in your paper a candidate for county commissioner subject to Tho decision the democratic county convention. Wesley Emerson. Dover township. A rare bargain for Sale will Trade for land in Tuscarawas county 240 acres Rich improved land situated in Poweshiek county Iowa seven Miles from the county seat five Miles from the North Western Ray seven Miles from the Rock Island Ray and forty five Miles East Des coins. There Are two dwelling houses the farm and other buildings. The farm is Well watered a Creek running though it. The farm is All fenced and Timber enough the land to keep up the fences and for fire Wood. The soil is very Rich. Sixty five bushels Corn to the acre was grown this land last year notwithstanding the dry season. Being Well watered it is Well adapted to Stock raising and it lies in a Rich farm ing Community. Anyone wishing information As to Quality land etc., can write Samuel Bigler formerly Fry a Creek this county who lives close by this land and who is a Rich Farmer and will give reliable information. The reasons for Selling trading is that the owner is a Bachelor and is quite old and not Able to farm much now and wishes to spend his old Days with his relative and friends who reside in Tuscarawas county. For further information writ Call John Kaderly new Philadel Plizia o., Call at the times office. This farm can be bought fair term an end to Bono scraping. The Woodsfield spirit sums up the presidential out look As follows the number electoral votes cast by each state grows in interest with the approach the presidential convention. We give below the vote to which each state is entitled arranged in accordance with the present Outlook. The total number electoral votes is 401. It needs 201 to elect a president the United states. Votes which the democratic Candi dates Are certain to carry. Alabama.10 Missouri. Arkansas. 7 new Jersey. Connecticut6 new York. Delaware3 North Carolina. Florida. 4 South Carolina. Georgia.12 Tennessee. Indiana15 Texas. Kentucky.13 Virginia. Louisiana. 8 West Virginia. Maryland. 8 mississippi.6 total. Id 9 3d 11 9 12 13 12 6 .219 votes which the Republican candidate is reasonably certain to carry. Kansas. Pennsylvania. Maine. 6 Vermont. Massachusetts. 14 Wisconsin. Votes that Are doubtful. California. .8 Nebraska. Colorado. 3 Nev Jula. Illinois. 22 Ohio. Michigan. 13 Oregon. Minnesota. 7 Rhode Island. Total91 private pension Bills vetoed. Washington i. C., april 16. The president to Day returned to Tho Senate unsigned the acts granting pensions to Hannah r. Langdon Betsey Mansfield and Laura a. Wright. These acts Are vetoed the ground that the deaths did not result from injuries received during the War sickness incident to army service and until it is established As a policy that Alt soldiers widows shall be pensioned it is unfair and unjust to make exceptions in favor Only such As procure the passage special acts. He advertised and found her. A prosperous Farmer named j. T. Hawkins residing near new Lisbon recently advertised for a wife. A lady from new York answered the a had a and after several letters had been exchanged he went East married the lady and is now at Home with his Bride. The undersigned hereby announces to the Public that he Sells first class fruit Trees the Best varieties All grafted add budded fruit. Also new varieties that have been lately introduced and found reliable. Evergreens Maple Trees shrubbery a i kinds climbing vines Small fruits grapes All kinds. Greenhouse plants and Flowers. Anything you wish for in my line you can obtain me for one half the Price usually asked by agents. I cordially ask you to patronize your Home nurseryman and Florist. Daniel Wyss. New Philadelphia Jan. 26. 5m6 if you want a Spring suit pair pants made to order w. Sutton amp co. Can please you. They have received an elegant line piece goods and Are prepared to make them up in the latest styles and fit and prices always the lowest. Done to forget Tho place w. Sutton amp co., Exchange Block. 16w4 Cyrus Mcqueen Baltic Tuscarawas county is handling a full Lino machinery this season and if you think buying an engine Thresher saw Mill Clover Huller Hydraulic press Wagon anything the kind write to him for circulars and prices it will pay you. 16tf. Go to w. Sutton amp cons for your Spring and summer hats. They have the largest Stock prices always Tho lowest and the latest styles. New styles received every week. If you want the latest styles you will be sure to get them at w. Sutton so cons. 16w4 for Sale. Edward Shepherd Harrisburg 111., says a a having received so much Hen edit from electric bitters i feel it my duty to let suffering humanity know it. Have had a running sore my leg for eight years my doctors told me i would have to have the let one scraped leg amputated. I used instead three bottles electric bitters and seven boxes Bucklen a Arnica Salve and my leg is now sound and electric bitters Are sold at 50 cents a bottle and Buck Lens Arnica Salve at 25c. Per Box by f. Miller amp son. Have you looked through w. Sut ton so cons new room in Exchange Block they have the Best arranged Best lighted and most pleasant room in the county. Their Stock is the largest prices the lowest and Quality goods the Best. You will save Money to Call them before you buy your Spring clothing. 16w4 the largest line children a suits Ever shown in new Philadelphia at g. Senhauser amp songs. 17w3 a very Fine family driving horse Black seven years old sound and perfectly Safe for any woman to drive. Any one wishing such a horse will do Well to Call m. W. Burdick new music store Joss Block new phila., 17tf three farms in Montgomery county kansas�?400 acres in ally will Trade for a Good Stock merchandise Price $6,000. Address lock Box 884, Independence Kas. 17tf w. Sutton so co. Have the largest cheapest and Best assortment clothing in the county. Call and look through their Stock before buying and secure a bargain. 16w4 for the latest styles Best qualities and lowest prices in clothing hats Caps and gents furnishing goods go to . Sutton amp co. _ 16w4 the times office removed to Hummel Block East High Street. Market reports. Times office april 19, 1888. Flour Patent to bbl. $ 5 10 a a a a p sack. 1 25 a a Best family bbl. $ 4 45 a a Amber to sack. 1 15 a a a a new proc. 1 50 wheat�?1? Bushel. 85 corny new to Bushel. 65 Oats new to Bushel. 35 Rye to Bushel. 55 butter to Pound. 15010 eggs to dozen. A 12 buckwheat flour to 04 hams in Pound. 11 shoulders to poundt08 sides in pound4. D8 lard Pound. 08 tallow to Pound. A 3� beef to Pound a 07015 Salt Goshen to barrel. 1 15 White Lime to barrel 1 00 a k Ron cements to barrel .1 35 calcined plaster Byrel. 2 25 land plaster to ton. 9 00 a a a a a to barrel .1 50 potatoes to Bushel new7 .8001 00 dried peaches to Pound 06 rags to Pound. 01 onions to Bushel. 75 Hay to ton new. 11 00 Timothy seed�?1tp Bushel .2 50 Wool. 80 fertilizers to ton. 35 00 Clover seed to Bushel. 3 60 dried apples to Pound 05 chickens a Pound. 05006 ducks a Pound. 06 turkeys a Pound. 07 a a fat no

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