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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - July 1, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday july 1, 18s6. Number 27mew Philadelphia times. The sixteenth Moore proprietor. In. H. Watson editor. Thursday july 1, 1886. Office in citizens National rank Loek second floor Public Square. Pori lation new , 4,500. New times will be published every thursday to Riik in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Posto Allce order to the address of the proprietor. A ctr address All matter intended for publication to the editor. Laws of newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice o the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use of it whether he has ordered it or not will be held in Law to in a subscriber. Of subscribers move to other places without forming the publishers and the paper is sent to 1 he t Irniger direction they Are held responsible notice should always be Given of removal. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take papers from the of lace or place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle boils and give notice to discontinue. Official directory. Refutation of the slanderous charges of a Leader Eibeler. District. Congress. State senator. Common pleas judges. Re Riali Wilkins Geo. W. Orites j j. Lauce Quot j. S. Pearce county. Representative. Probate j Edge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins i. Figert it. W. Rowers John w. Kinsey j. L. Kennedy j. Ltd. Neumann l s. Rufer w. K. Lash r. Benner of. 11. Hoover j. W her Ley w. Rogers l. K Rantz Sec City. Daniel Korns. James ii. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip get Man. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Weity. Fletcher Douthitt. We. Campbell. Andrew Erwin. Mayor clerk marshal St Reet commissioner r Council justices. Name Daniel Krebs. Janies w Stoutt George rear. Isaac couts. Lenry Deible. T Richardson. R i Galbraith. T k Robinson. Philip a Garver John Smith. Las Galbraeth. John Milone. Samuel Moore. T r Rankin. L s Winsch. And Timmerman. S y Kenneke. L s Mckinney. We e reek. Samuel c Kline. J 11 Gardner. Robot Coruthers John Wetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. T .1 Stocker. T 11 . Joseph Healen. Chas f Davis. C c Fernsel. Levi Travis. J w Newbury. Jos 11 Lostetter Nieli Moi tag. Wesley m Tracy Jolin b Jones. Hiram Echman. David Breymeir Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett. John s Spring. Charles ii Ellers John w Roll. Ii ugh t Minnis. C w Kinsley. P l Kuhn. M s Wagner. J l raid win. Townships. Clay. Wayne. Perry. Washington Rucks. Sugar Creek. Arwick. Warren. Franklin. Goshen. Rush. Mill. Goshen. Rush. Clay. Perry. Fairfield. Sandy. Goshen. Lawrence. Warren. Washington Wayne. I York. Rucks. Salem. Mill. Mill. Oxford a. Franklin. Auburn. I a Over. Dover. Dover. Lundy. Auburn. Warwick. Lawrence. Sugar Creek. Salem. Jefferson. Fairfield. Jefferson. Goshen. It it Ford. York. Union. Union. Post office. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Cadwallader. Paoli. Baltic. Julia Neville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. New la Hilado a. Gnadenhutten. G Gnadenhutten. Cadwallader. New Philada a. Mineral City. New Philada a. Bolivar. New Cumberland Albany. Dundee. New Philada a. Baltic. Port Washington Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomerstown Strasburg. Ragersville. A anal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City. Rogersville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Shanesville. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. New Philada a. Newcomerstown Black Rand. Uhrichsville. Leesville. Church directory. every sunday at 10 j0 a. In. And 7 of clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. Ii every lord s Day morning at 10 30 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day of each month. Sunday school at 9 o clock a. In. M etii0ri St Epi Scop a i no every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 of clock p. In. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 of clock. Germ a n every sunday at 10 30.a. And 2 a it p. 111., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday of morning service of each month concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 of clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United King every sunday at.10 30 a. And 7 of Eck . Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. Lodge directory. chapter no. 3s. R. A. A. Meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall. City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniski. Get Max Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, k f. A a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. I 1lyaine, . L. Taylor Sec a. Knights of Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Reck c. W. Dux can k. Of r. And s. I. 0. 0. Philadelphia Lodge. No. 10. Meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. F. Kislig n. I. A. Courei.i., item. Sec a. I. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430. Meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stem puffy n. P. Skol Alec. So cd a. I. 0. 0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday of each Mouth at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. J. J. Parr c. P. I. A. Correll scribe. I. O. 0. . P. U. C., no. 8, meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. It. J. W. Dodd Comdr. S. Iii St Secretary. A. Crawford Post no. It meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. W. Bowers commander. Royal Council meets every first and third Friday of each month in knights of pythias Hall. W 11. Miller Regent. J. S. Bigler Secretary. National Council. No 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday of each month at g. It. Hall. E. Kaserman la res we. Bowers Cor. Sec y. A correspondent writes from Coshocton to the Cleveland Plain dealer As follows this mornings Cleveland Leader As usual abounds in a series of unmitigated falsehoods. This time it is the product of that perverted of the truth a Moro a who with utter disregard of facts maliciously charges the Hon. Ii. Wilkins with having yesterday purchased his renomination As the Denio Ratic candidate of the sixteenth congressional District. Allow me to say that his statements Are in no manner consistent with the circumstances attending the nomination of or. Wilkins and the blathers Kite editorial of the Leader is consequently nothing but rot. The truth of facts is that a Large number of delegates representing each county in the District whether Holmes Coshocton Licking Muski Ngum or Tuscarawas were without doubt unqualified Day Wilkins men and All that did not vote for Wilkins was because it was either unnecessary for his Success on the one hand or that they were caucus tied to their own Home candidates on the other. Certain it is that or. Wilkins is by reason of his untiring and laborious efforts in behalf of his constituents his modest affable ways and thoroughly business like methods not to say anything of the keen judgment and sense of duty which has marked his actions on All great questions the peer in a jeffersonian sense of any candidate before the convention which nominated him and the undoubted Choice of it. No county or counties could or would have delivered a sufficient number of votes to the opposition to have effected a nomination while More votes for or. Wilkins in the event of a break in the delegations of either Coshocton or Holmes county would have been forthcoming in addition to those otherwise Given than were necessary to have effected or. Wilkins nomination. Before Moro takes upon himself an Assumption of righteousness and shamelessly berates candidates and delegates whom he certainly does not know he had better turn his attention to the rascally record of his own party which stole a presidency paid out in endless robbery a nations treasure and More recently still in violation of every principle of Law or decency and by the Connivance of a govenor and a lieutenant govenor raped the state with a Rump legislature. Yuri t a s. Coshocton it >., j Une 25. Jfrancis Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National rank new Philadelphia Ohio. Amuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. U1 professional business entrusted to his care n Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining count is will receive prompt and careful attention. Allce Over citizens National rank. Will enforce the Law. According to the Cleveland Plain dealer of monday the Saloon keepers of Cuya hoga county will be compelled to face the . That paper says a the county treasurer will begin today in Earnest to collect the Dow Law tax from the Saloon keepers. Men will be sent out from that office this morning to make a formal demand of Ever person who is affected by this Law. After that the treasurer will enforce the Law on those who refuse to by taking Possession of their Stock lie will offer it for Sale in Public and if there Are no purchasers the goods will he stored away. There is no injunction on the treasurer now As the circuit court would Grant none. This leaves the treasurer free to enforce the Law. Several Saloon keepers have notified the treasurer that they intend to close to Weir places because they cannot the colonel Rood Speed United states marshal tells a Story of How the Holmes county democracy treated a Republican. The colonel was Down there recently and met a Republican and after some conversation the Man said a a colonel in be been treated d d mean by these copperheads Down a in what respect a asked the marshal. A Well you see in a a Republican never mixed much in politics but last Spring the republicans wanted me to run for Constable. I excepted the nomination and colonel what do you think the copperheads charged me with a a i have no idea a replied the colonel. A a Well sir a said the candidate a a they charged to with steeling a Well Wasny to that a political lie a asked the colonel. A no Dan it the democrats proved it on me and beat 1110,�?� was the would be constables reply. Heretofore the new York Law relating to imprisonment for debt has been a blot 011 civilization. Men have been incarcerated in Ludlow St jail for years 011 account of Small judgments and because they were unable to give bail. There is a prisoner confined there now who has been deprived of his Liberty for seven years 011 an order of arrest. Such a Law is simply Damnable and debtors will be glad to learn that governor Hill has signed a Hill which will Render such things impossible hereafter. Under the new Law a debtor cannot be confined More than six months and All who have been confined in Ludlow longer than that period will he . A a full brigade of the old soldiers of the Union army March off to the eternal camping grounds every this came from an sex official of the pension department and it was called out he the remark that since the War 150 prominent officers of the old army of the Tennessee had died. A the boys Are going a he continued a at the rate of three or four thousand a year and 1 estimate that every two weeks a full company is mustered for the last Roll Call and that Ever three months a full regiment goes Over the line. Four regiments a year forty regiments 111 ten years a grand army corps of nearly 100,000 men in Twenty years at this rate the boys will soon be in the course of his recent visit to Indianapolis Sam Jones the evangelist found a lot of miserly professors of religion whom he rebuked As follows a if 1 had As much Money As some of you old methodists and did no to give any More to the Church than you do the Devil would get me just As sure As my name is Sam Jones and lies la get you too done to forget that.a a by an outlier name. Capt. Primrose of the salvation army new Philadelphia arrested for bigamy and taken to 8tubenyille for trial. 11e is i it r ack eight a night att pm i Ted to run the salvation army on the Brigham Young plan in limbo. But is now comfortably quartered in the Effers it it a county jail. Republicans talk of carrying Tennessee at the next election. This is a very old Chestnut. On saturday last sheriff runs of j Steubenville came to new Philadelphia j armed with a warrant for the arrest of one Henry Primrose charged with hav i ing taken unto himself two wives contrary to Law both of whom Are now living. The warrant was issued and j arrest made upon complaint of wife no. 2, formerly a miss Jennie Stier of Steubenville whom Primrose married 011 the 16th Day of october 1884. Ii is first wife whom he married at Chester pa., in 1880, was named Mary Ella Wright. Primrose when arrested claimed that his first wife obtained a divorce from Liim about four years ago and that he had so informed wife no. 2 before the marriage. He was working in the rolling Mill Here and had intended to Send for her and go to housekeeping. Primrose was a Happy Sliauter of tie army and fairly made Rome howl. He had but few followers Here however and the number gradually diminished to four or five. A few weeks ago the army was compelled to vacate Chapins Hall because of their annoyance to business men occupying the same building. These late developments will probably and very happily end the existence of the shooters in new Philadelphia. A Law will go into effect july 1st, providing that every company or person operating a Railroad within this state shall immediately after the taking effect of this act cause to be placed in a conspicuous place in each passenger depot of Siuli company located at any station in this state where there is a Telegraph office a Black Board at least four feet in length and two in Width upon which Board such company or person shall cause to he Witten at least ten minutes before the schedule time of arrival of each passenger train stopping regularly upon such Road at such station the fact whether such train is 011 time or not and if late How much. A few weeks ago Frank Shelar of new Philadelphia returned Here accompanied by a woman and set up housekeeping. Shortly after letters of inquiry were sent Here As to so Claro a whereabouts alleging that he skipped with another woman leaving his wife in a helpless condition. Things becoming too warm Frank left 011 saturday night accompanied by his second half for parts unknown. Iii wife is said to be a respectable and deserving woman. Warrants will be issued for the arrest of the Independent. When a Young Man in Patagonia Falls in love with a girl lie Dosena to visit her six nights in a week and twice 011 sunday and feed her 011 molasses Candy and gum drops and sit up until two of clock in the morning burning the old Many soil and that sort of thing. Not at All. Courtship in Patagonia is much More simple. He lasses the girl drags her Home behind his horse and that is All the marriage ceremony necessary. A land Case came up recently before judge Housell of Georgia in which two innocent purchasers were contending for the same piece of ground. Roth titles ran Back to a common deed made fifty years ago. When the judge examined both deeds lie held up one and pronounced it to be genuine saying that he Drew it himself when a Young lawyer. The other he decided was a forgery. _ after the nomination of Hon. Re Riali Wilkins at Coshocton 011 thursday the fact was conceded 011 All sides that the gentleman had proved himself a very worthy and Able representative of the people and irrespective of the third term ghost or any other argument advanced against him he was in reality the almost unanimous Choice of his constituency in the 16tli District. Pro. Gould of the Dover Democrat was at the a a Hub on tuesday. He issues a Lively paper and deserves the support of Dover democracy. He has his Little Hatchet sharpened and Laid up which some Day May Cut Diebol out of the biggest hypocrite that Ever trod gods Footstool since the Days of Judas. Next Sabbath morning a fourth of july a Rev. Cook will deliver a Sermon in the presbyterian Church this City selecting As a subject for his discourse a a Christian this is a subject the Able and eloquent divine is capable of doing Justice and we advise those of our readers who can to go and hear the gentleman. Wes Welty returned Home Here last thursday after an extended business trip through Michigan. Or. W. Represents a Large wholesale Eastern Boot and shoe House and is an experienced and expert Salesman in his line. Jas. A. D. Richards esq., who is attending a course of lectures at the medical College Cleveland spent saturday and sunday with his family Here. Considerable amount of Wool has been purchased in new Philadelphia during the past week at from 28 to 30 cents per Pound. The Cleveland Plain dealer is of the opinion that Hon. Beriah Wilkins is a Good Man and deserved to be returned to Congress. Ii. Eliutt of Franklin township but late a teacher in the Baltic schools gave the times office a pleasant Call on saturday. Last week 011 several occasions during the night time a number of outhouses on North Broadway including those of or. Dixon station agent a. T. Raifta or. Gudgeon and John l. Graham were robbed of various articles. Several residences were also entered and burglarized of valuables. On Friday last mrs. John l. Graham and mrs. Dixon went to the residence of Samuel Crossland in this City and while there found Many articles that had been stolen from their respective Homes. They also discovered property that belonged to their neighbors and brought away what goods they could carry that belonged to them and the next morning tie remainder was 011 their porches where they had been placed by those who carried them away. On monday morning of this week marshal Shull went to the Home of the Cross lands armed with a search warrant and returned to the mayors office with a Wagon Load of goods consisting in part of various articles of dry goods 2 Holts of flannel red and Grey hosiery of every description that has never been worn underclothing ladies and gents a Box of new knives Anil Forks Silver Teaspoons one or two valuable dress patterns sack containing 14 pounds of Coffee a Quantity of soap new tin pans with. Knis Lcy a Cost Mark sheets towels Grain sacks Coal buckets saws hatchets and innumerable other articles of various kinds. Cost Marks had been removed from most of the store goods thereby preventing identification. The family seem to have had a mania for Coal buckets As there were seven in the lot and probably More to hear from. There is one thing certain however they did no to steal More goods at one time than they could conveniently carry away. Lou Crossland a member of the family was captured at Pigeon run near Massillon by marshal Shull 011 monday night and lodged in tie lockup in this City. On the same night Bill another one of the family was arrested at Liis Home Here while in the act of throwing a Coal bucket Over the Fence in order to avoid detection. He now keeps company with his brother in the cooler. A Large Hole had been dug in the cellar evidently intended As a receptacle for stolen goods. For several years past Bill Crossland and the chickens in and around new Philadelphia have been Boon companions and the equal of Bill a Devotion for another Many a fowls has not yet been recorded in history. Many of our citizens have paid Bill a Good round Price for their own chickens cleaned and ready for the pot. Our people have for years suffered Many wrongs at the hands of these parties and it is to he hoped the time has now arrived when the Law will be administered to the limited extent. Since the above was placed 111 Type. Lou Crossland has plead guilty to the charge of stealing property belonging to John s. Graham and r. K. Dixon Anil was sentenced by mayor Korns 30 Days in the work House including Fine and costs which will keep Louis at a respectable Trade for eighty Days. Bill has the same old fowl stomach and is As dumb As an Oyster. The average Chicken will Roost mighty High until Bill gets a free excursion to Cleveland. The Tuscarawas delegation to the congressional convention which convened at Coshocton wednesday of last week was organized As follows temporary chairman cd w. Crites. Permanent chairman a. A. Wagner. Secretary a. H. Watson. Committee on resolutions a. T. Mccullough and j. Wilkins. Congressional committeeman ii. B. Kuffer. Rules and order of business a. Ii. Mathews. George w. Finney. Permanent . Evans. Secretary to convention a. 1. De Greif assistant s. J. Beck. Vice president Apt. B. Coleman. On saturday last or. Albert Pittis aged 48 years a highly respected Farmer of near Franklin Harrison county was instantly killed at Bowerstown by the East bound express train on the handle Railroad. Or. Pittis had been suffering from nervous prostration for some time and his friends advised him to go to Pittsburgh for medical treatment Ahil accompanied by his brother in Law. Or. Horace of Donnell of Uhrichsville and one of his sons had had gone to the station to take the train. Just As they reached the depot the train was approaching at full Speed for the reason that it does not Stop at Bowerstown. This fact was known to or. Pittis and he leaped from the Carriage rushed to the track throwing himself across it and caught the opposite rail with his hands. His son sprang to his assistance and endeavoured to Rescue the unfortunate Man. But his grip 011 the rail was like that of a Vise and he could not be removed. He was struck by the train and one Arm and leg was Cut off and the head crushed in a fearful manner. The son barely escaped with his life. Deceased was a son of Robert Pittis who formerly resided in new Philadelphia and at one time owned the old Exchange hotel and the Samuel Foltz property besides other real estate. Albert the unfortunate Man was Worth about $30,000. Sunday evening last mrs. John Schwab accompanied by a Young son of editor min Iii of the Reba cheer and a servant girl while out for a drive met with quite an Accident within the corporate limits. They were driving along a narrow Street hedging close to an embankment 011 the c. L. Amp a. Railroad and when in the Vicinity of we. Bower a residence the horses took fright and suddenly backed toward the embankment. Or. Minninga a son jumped out hut before mrs. Schwab and her servant could realize their perilous position the horse buggy and occupants went whirling Down the Declivity a distance of Over forty feet Landing 011 the Railroad track below. The vehicle was badly damaged and the i orc considerably bruised but strange to say mrs. Schwab and her Campanion sustained 110 injuries. It was a miraculous escape and wonderful that both were not killed. Charles Arborast makes his escape. When writing for a newspaper be careful to write the names of people and places clearly. The name is something that the editor compositor or proof Reader cannot guess at successfully. If there Are any words in the copy prepared for the press by correspondents carelessly and illegible written they Are in two thirds of the cases proper names. If there is anything that makes an individual angry it is to have his name misspelled or distorted into something else yet in ninety five instances out of a Hundred it is the fault of the person writing the sex. Or. Frank Hay has wonderfully improved the appearance of the old Waddington farm on the Plains. He has put a Nice picket Fence around the Yard and Garden gathered up the rubbish that Lay about the premises and built a Board Fence the entire length of the farm 011 either Side of the in Uhrichsville chronicle. The farm contains about 500 acres of As Good land As can be found in Tuscarawas county Anil is located in a pleasant part of the Fertile Valley of old Tuscarawas. The fire department of Blakes Mills held their annual meeting 011 monday evening and elected the following officers to serve for the ensuing year Foreman a. E. Beck. Assistant Foreman John Ridgeway. Secretary Harry Darst. Treasurer John h. Cramer. Janitor Charles so Loop. Steward John Hammond. The department is in Good condition and the company will soon make additional improvements. Cleveland Penny they had reached Twenty four ballots in the congressional convention of District 16, when Allen Myers turned the enquirer sewer upon Beriah Wilkins. It took Only three ballots after that to nominate Wilkins. The enquirer Lias almost As much influence with its own party As it has with the Republican. Hon. John Mcbride of Massillon member of the legislature and president of the miners association Lias the Lead thus far for the democratic nomination for Secretary of state. Or. Mcbride is a levelheaded Man a reliable Democrat and the strongest Man in the state for the Bee. Last week the times stated that Chas. Arbogast of this place had been arrested at grand rapids Michigan by a United states officer for violation of Law in representing himself As a Revenue inspector and swindling Christian Burkey of Sugarcreek township out of a Hundred Dollar note. We have since Learned that Arbogast succeeded in making his escape from the officer. Several bullets wore sent after the Fuga Tive but he was Fleet of foot and ran like a Deer leaving the officers far in the rear. Up to present writing his whereabouts remain a mystery Althom he is supposed to be in Canada. A bold robbery. Saturday night last thieves entered the residence of Lewis Kratz who resides on judge dancers farm near new Philadelphia and carried away considerable Boodle. They first entered or. bed room where a lamp was burning and captured his pants containing a pocketbook and $27 in Money. The thief or thieves also made a general tour of the premises and carried away other valuable property. The guilty parties Are 110 doubt experts at the business and done to reside far from new Philadelphia. _ on wednesday we had the pleasure of meeting our old friends Lou r. Williams and John Connell of Uhrichsville while they were at the a a Hub on business. Roth Are genial gentlemen and Hale Fellows Well met. Lou is agent for the celebrated born brewing company of Columbus Ohio and has a Hoste of friends in this place. Or. Connell is a Democrat of the right stamp and a Clever fellow with whom it is a pleasure to meet. At 11 of clock wednesday morning Emmet Uhrich of Uhrichsville wedded miss Kate estimable daughter of or. And mrs. Jacob do grief this City. The ceremony took place at the residence of the brides parents 011 East High Street. Or. Uhrich is a worthy Young Man and occupies the position of cashier in or. We. Thompsons Bank at Uhrichsville. He has secured a valuable prize in the person of miss Degrief and the times extends congratulations and wishes tin newly wedded couple a Long and Happy voyage through life. George Graab and miss Lydia Forney of Blakes Mills were United 111 marriage 011 tuesday of this week. They received the congratulations of Many friends and started for Cleveland Anil other Points 011 their wedding tour. Two common pleas judges will he elected in this sub District at the coming november election. Judges Ilance and Pearce have received the nomination by tie popular vote plan in Jefferson county for re election or. W. W. Herrick Republican Post office inspector of Ohio has resigned upon request. He is succeeded by or a. R. Holmes of Tuscarawas county or. Herrick a chief assistant a Democrat. Or. Holmes office will be in Cincinnati. The Date announced last week for the German reformed Church festival has been changed to Friday and saturday evenings of this week to be held in room formerly occupied by Peter Prysie and for Benefit of the German Sabbath school. John Hupfeld merchant tailor this place was taken sick on tuesday last and at present writing monday this week is very seriously ill with pneumonia and his sufferings at times Are in tense. Down 011 the crooked run Road re sides a Maiden fair and handsome ant our own p. G., Junior has an Eye single to the Union of hearts. W. Bailey has removed Liis Law of fice to the room Over Sheumaker amp Dewandler a restaurant. The congressional convention for the sixteenth District which met at Coshocton 011 wednesday last was largely attended. Being composed of Coshocton Holmes Licking Muski Ngum and Tuscarawas counties it is the largest District in the state Anil gives a democratic majority of about 6,000. Each county was represented by one 01 More candidates Mil the contest for the next congressional Mantle was a a fought to a Hon. Beriah Wilkins of Tuscarawas was evidently the stronger Man in the race and the feeling was anything to beat that gentleman. The convention should have been called to order at 11 of clock. Four counties assembled according to Call but Licking failed to show up and the convention became tired of waiting and adjourned at 12 30 to meet at 2 p. 111. Licking had a big fight Over the chairmanship of their delegation t. W. Phillips being the anti Hunter candidate. A Resolution to cast the solid vote of that county for Hunter was tabled by a vote of 27 to 25. The adjourned convention met at 2 of clock and All delegates were in their places. J. Ii. Newton chairman of the congressional committee called the convention to order and named Herman Ali Auer of Muski Ngum county As temporary chairman and . Duer of Holmes As Secretary with the following assistants Samuel Gamble Coshocton l. Barton Holmes j. Ii. Newton Licking f. W. Lillibridge Muski Ngum e. P. Degreif Tuscarawas. The temporary organization was then perfected by the selection of tie following committees credentials p. D. Beach Coshocton judge w. Stillwell Holmes . Maurath Licking d. In Linn Muski Ngum and George a. Finney Tuscarawas. Rules and permanent organization r. I it. Mcdermott Coshocton John t. Maxwell Holmes 11. J. Buxton lick ing a. J. Andrews Muski Ngum and t. J. Evans Tuscarawas. Resolutions r. Voorhus Coshocton l. R. Critch Field Holmes James e. Laughead Licking John r. Stonesifer Muski Ngum and j. T. Mccullough Tuscarawas. Vice presidents John t. Taylor Coshocton George f. Newton Holmes William Beaumont Licking e. B. Bloomer masking no and Captain b. Holman Tuscarawas. The following congressional committee was reported j. W. Murphy Coshocton l. Barton Holmes j. Ii. Newton Licking James t. Irvine Muski Ngum and ii. B. Kuffer Tuscarawas. The convention then took i recess until half past three. When the convention again convened j Edge w. Stillwell of Holmes for the committee 011 credentials reported the delegations All Complete and 110 contest. A. Andrews of Muski Ngum reported the committee 011 rules and permanent organization As recommending that the temporary be made the permanent organization. The committee 011 resolutions through Hon. L. R. Critchfield submitted the following resolutions re Sohd that As the sentiment of this congressional District in convention assembled we express our Hearty approval of the administration of president Cleveland. Resolved that it is a matter of Groat congratulation of the democratic party that it is growing in Power and numbers that the great current of influence and Justice which finds its origin in an Able and pure executive has spread into every part of the Union is weakening and disintegrating the Republican party has already produced a democratic Victory in Oregon has dismembered the Republican party in Iowa will produce great victories in Ohio and new York and in a great presidential Triumph 1888. Resolved that the action of the Republican majority in the lower Branch of legislature of Ohio m excluding the 1 representatives of Hamilton county As senators without a quorum and 111 pro j feeding to pass Laws and give them effect in that manner we regard As unconstitutional revolutionary and corrupt and deserving of More severe condemnation from the corrupt motive of Dis organizing the Public and charitable institutions of the state for Mere partisan purposes. Resolved that we pledge to the nominee of this convention our United and Earnest support. Nominations being next in order speeches were limited to ten minutes. Ii. Bargar of Coshocton nominated Jesse p. Forbes l. R. Critchfield of Holmes nominated j. J. Sullivan e. Blister of Licking nominated judge s. Hunter j. Sullivan of Muski Ngum nominated senator John of Neil and ii. J. Andrews of Muski Ngum e. Wortman and the Hon. Beriah Wilkins of Tuscarawas was put in nomination by Jasper Mitchell of Tuscarawas. On the first ballot Coshocton cast her 33 votes for Forbes Holmes 30 for Sullivan Hunter received the 55 votes from Licking and the vote of Muski Ngum was divided by giving Wilkins 21, Wortman 27 and of Neil 3. Tuscarawas cast her 46 votes for the Choice of the convention Hon. Beriah Wilkins. There was 110 material change in the result when tin seventh ballot was reached Anil the convention adjourned 7 30 p. 111. On the eighth ballot after the convention reassembled in the evening the chairman of Licking county announced 55 votes Tor Hunter. T. A. Phillips objected claiming there were 17 delegates who desired their votes for Wilkins. The Call of county by townships resulted As follows Hunter 37wilkins 10.and Waldo Taylor 2. The footing of this ballot gave Forbes 34, Sullivan 30, Hunter 55, and Wilkins 89. The ninth ballot stood Forbes 36, Sullivan 30, Hunter 48, Wilkins 94, scattering 3. On the tenth ballot Forbes stood 39, Hunter 72, Wilkins 96, scattering 3. Eleventh ballot Forbes 39, Sullivan 30, Hunter 46, Wilkins 97, scattering 3. Twelfth ballot Forbes 38, Hunter 31, of Neil 47, Wilkins 97, scattering 3. Thirteenth ballot Forbes 87, Hunter 27wortman 1, Wilkins 100. Fourteenth ballot Forbes 71, Hunter 11sullivan 30, Wilkins 101. Upon the announcement of this ballot Licking county asked and obtained fifteen minutes recess for consultation. Fifteenth ballot Forbes 37, Sullivan 46, Hunter 28 Wilkins 102stonesifer 1. Sixteenth ballot Forbes 58, Sullivan 30, Hunter 25wilkins 10lynn 1. Seventeenth Forbes 62, Sullivan 30, Hunter 19wortman 1, Wilkins 102. Eighteenth ballot Forbes 35, Sullivan 30, Hunter 32wortman 16, Wilkins 100. Nineteenth ballot Forbes 34, Sullivan 30, Hunter 33of Neil 14, Wortman 1, Wilkins 101. Twentieth ballot Forbes 35, Sullivan 31, Hunter 27wilkins 99taylor 2, Geo. Jewett 19. Twenty first ballot Forbes 39, Sulli Livan 62, Hunter 10wilkins 102jewett 1. Twenty second ballot Forbes 51, Sullivan 33, Hunter 22wilkins 104. Twenty third ballot Forbes 48, Sullivan 20, Hunter 18wilkins 97,Taylor 1. From the sixteenth to the Twenty third ballot a vigorous Effort for an adjournment was made by Coshocton Holmes and a portion of the Licking and Muski Ngum county delegates. Wilkins had been steadily gaining strength and his opponents were anxious for an adjournment with a Hope of building up their shattered fences. But Tuscarawas was there with a delegation that knew no defeat and with the Aid of staunch friends elsewhere succeeded in holding the fort until after 1 of clock in the morning when the Twenty third ballot was announced. A motion to adjourn until 9 of clock a. 111. Was then voted for by Tuscarawas county and carried. A few hours of needed rest was sought for by the weary delegates Only to renew the contest before Sunrise which was vigorously waged until past 10 of clock thursday morning. When the convention again assembled Wilkins still held the reins and his friends were found to be True and firm. The Twenty fifth ballot resulted As follows Forbes 71sullivan 30, Hunter 5, Wilkins 106wortman 1. 1 intense excitement prevailed throughout the convention when this vote was announced. The Battle had evidently reached that Point when a Victory for Wilkins was 110 longer in doubt and his friends were anxious to press Forward to the end. The Twenty sixth ballot was soon announced As follows Forbes 68sulli Van 30, Hunter 1, Taylor 7, of Neil 1, Wilkins 112. When the chair announced the vote nominating or. Wilkins the enthusiasm that followed was unbounded and it was several minutes before order could he restored. Judge Stillwell of Holmes then moved that the nomination he made unanimous. Hon. I. Bargar of Coshocton second the motion and it was carried like a whirlwind. On motion the chair appointed a committee consisting of r. Voorhes of Coshocton e. P. Brister of Licking m. Maginnis of Muski Ngum j. Ii. Mitchell of Tuscarawas and j. Maxwell of Holmes to wait upon or. Wilkins and notify him of his nomination. When the committee appeared accompanied let a the gentleman who had justly been awarded the honors of the Day an ovation followed such As any Man should feel proud. Upon taking the platform and after shaking hands with the chairman or. Wilkins though greatly overcome delivered an eloquent and appropriate address to the convention returning thanks for the Honor conferred upon him. The gentlemen said that a a he was overcome with regret and gratitude when the committee informed Liim of his nomination a regret that the other Gallant representatives of Demoraes had not been chosen gratitude at their renewed expression of he further said a a i assure you that Confidence shall not be misplaced and that i will continue As in the past to labor night and Day for my judge Hunter and Hon. J. J. Sullivan were then introduced and answered the convention that they would be Loyal to the nominee and use All honorable Means to secure his election by a Large and increased majority. There were loud Calls for or. Forbes but that gentleman not being present the convention adjourned with the Best of feeling. Common pleas court. Wool. A dispatch from Warren says one Hundred and fifty thousand pounds of Wool was purchased yesterday by Eastern buyers at 30 cents per Pound. The Wool Market in this Region is quiet growers declining to sell at the prices named by dealers which is generally 25 cts. We have heard of some dealers offering 27 and 28 cents. In the opinion of growers Wool should bring 30 cents and is probable that most of them will hold their clips rather than take a lower Carnesville Enterprise. The 26 and 28 cent Wool buyers Are already singing Small and before Long 30 cent offers will probably be As unproductive of results in the matter of making extensive purchases at that figure. At just what Point the general Price in the country will be is As yet Uncertain but it is Safe to assume it will be somewhere Between 30 and 35 cents. There is one feature of the Eastern markets that is very pronounced the Hoar feeling which predominated for Many weeks has Given away to a decided stiffness caused by real demand and Short Supply on this Side of the water in connection with a positive Advance in the european markets. The a Zutte was fully justified in advising the growers to be in no hurry to sell several weeks ago when the hear movement was especially Gazette. The Wool Market opens at a Little better figures this year than it did last year. Last year buyers Hung 011 for a Low Price and succeeded in purchasing a Large Quantity at 27 and 28 cents. This year a few clips were purchased at 28 cents hut 30 cents is being freely offered and quite a Quantity purchased at that figure. Those who hold the better class of Wool will not let it go at that Price hut expect a like improvement in the Market As was witnessed last year later ill the Cadiz Sentinel. On wednesday there was paid into the county Treasury by the Saloon men $8,500. All but six have complied with the requirements of tie Law. Miss Alice Crouch who has been attending musical College at Boston is now at Home with her friends in this City. A a Doc Mckinsey has sold his restaurant in City Block to w. A. Hinkle. A. W. Duncan is clerk. I r. Hugh Patrick of Chicago is visiting Liis old Home and friends Here. Hon. Beriah Wilkins returned to Washington 011 Friday last. Jemima Brown is Rollert ii Brown. Heard on motion for temporary Alli Mony to costs. William Swihart is John i Otis. Exceptions sustained finding of a balance in hands of guardian of $390.09 remanded to probate court. Della m Gilgen is John i Otis. Exceptions sustained finding of a balance in hands of guardian of $979.71 remanded to probate court. Frederick Groff guardian etc., is John i Otis. Exceptions sustained finding of a balance in hands of guardian of $1,006.07 remanded to probate court. George w Dawson is Charles ii Wiit Temore. Leave Given to file exceptions to receivers reports. Ohio on relation of William Anderson is trustee of Perry township. Dismissed. Sheumaker amp Dewandler is j t Mccullough. Settled. Robert Sherrard is George miser a. 1 demurrer to petition overruled. Casemere Wolf is John g Heck. Leave to file petition August 20, 1886. Citizens National Bank is William Watters. Co Novit $298.15. Same is same. Co Novit $130.67. Vinton Stoutt amp Vinton is Elisha to cock. Sale confirmed. Ananias Harper is Oliver c Phelps. Distribution of proceeds of Sale. F ii Long a co is j a Hawthorne. Leave to plaintiff to file reply. Mary Berlyung is Jacob Berlyung. Divorce granted and custody of child and Alimony in lands. John a Hostetler is Leonard Lintner. Foreclosure of mechanics Lien. Alfred Peck is James ii Johnson. Sale confirmed. Charles Mery an infant by Daniel Wyss his next Friend is Roseanna Mery. Divorce granted. Jeremiah Rusk is the Monarch Coal co. Heard on objections to plaintiff amending his petition on account of his i insolvency unconditional leave Given i plaintiff to file such petition. C s Johnson is t i Healea. Defendant leave to answer August 1st, 1886. Victoria Reese is c r Ebright. Judgment by consent $500. John a Hostetler is Alonzo ii Hardesty. Judgment for Mary c Hardesty $10,700 s of Donnell $4,070 Vinton Stoutt a Vinton $1,375 John v Krantz $1,928. Sale of premises ordered. T w Carpenter is George m Wright. Judgment for Geo w Mulvane $11.57 for plaintiff $227.87. Sale of premises ordered. Samuel Slade administrator is Adam Stocker and James Weatherbee. Thomas Moore is Jesse i Elliott. Leave Given plaintiff to file amended reply. Levi Albaugh is Michael France. Motion for new trial overruled and judgment 011 verdict. Thomas Moore is Jesse i Elliott. Defendant to answer sept. 10. Jane Scarborough is the Queen fire insurance co. Defendant to answer August 1st. Josiah Scarborough is Wood Fribley. Plaintiff to reply August 1. Caleb Jones is John Derfer. Plaintiff to plead August 15. Isabella a Demuth is James Johnson. Plaintiff to reply August 1. Franklin Marks is the Penn Iron and Coal company. Leave Given plaintiff to reply August 15. Zac Lariah Stoner is school District no. 2, Washington township. Plaintiff not desiring to further plead in this action the petition is dismissed. Lewis Carhart is Levi i Williams. Leave Given plaintiff to plead to answer by August 1, 1886. Joseph c Varner is Mary a Varner. Report of commissioners confirmed and Sale ordered. Samuel ii Taylor is Jesse Stewart. Theodore Lamine made defendant 011 his own motion. A .1 Hoffman is John Deibel. Default judgment $324.50. Lele Teon Clark an infant by next Friend is Lambert Fribley dismissed. Remus r Martrell is Upton Gartrell. Plaintiff leave to file amended petition. Ohio is Philip Zigler. Defendant ordered to enter into a recognizance for his appearance at the next term of the court�?81,500. Transfers of real estate. Re Union 51st and Soth Ohio volunteers. The committee 011 joint re Union of the 51st and Soth V. V. A met at the citizens National Bank june 12, 1886, to Complete arrangements for the reunion to he held at Camp Meigs Ohio Dover fair ground september 8th, 18s6. Captains Harger and Deis were appointed a committee to secure tin grounds and make arrangements for serving meals to visiting comrades at reasonable rates. Captains Korns Welch Wilson and c. Welty were appointed a committee to give general notice through the local press and personal notice As far As possible to members at a distance. It was the desire of the committee that each surviving member of these Veteran regiments resolve himself into a committee on invitation and urge All to come. Done to forget the Day and Date As it is the anniversary of the occupation of Atlanta. Go to Cleveland july 5th. The greatest Celebration Ever known in Northern Ohio to he at Cleveland on the 5th of july. Order of the Day National Salute 38 guns at 8 of clock trap shooting for prize at nine base Ball for prize at 10 artillery Battle at 1 of clock rope walking by professor det Ner of Illinois at 2 of clock balloon ascension at 2 30 destruction of the old Mill at 3 30 of clock. East Cleveland Street cars run within one half mile of the grounds. Do not leave your children under ten at Home it costs nothing to bring them and they will see what they will never forget and will never have a Chance to see again. Tickets adults 50 cents children from 10 to 15, 25 cents. Tickets on Sale at Lehman a news store. People will to there from Buffalo new York port Wayne etc., and surely people from All Over Ohio should see the Days doings at Cleveland. Buy your tickets to save the Rush at tin1 Gates. The harmonic singing society of canal Dover have about completed arrangements for their fourth of july Celebration at the fair grounds 011 monday july 5th. Singers from Cleveland Columbus Wheeling Akron Canton and Uhrichsville have been invited to assist in the vocal entertainment. George Walter Jacob a. Horn and Chas. Scheler Are the comi Pittee 011 races. The following is the program of races three minute Trot purse $100 1st, $66 2nd, $25 3d, $15. Green Trot purse $75 1st, $40 2d, $20 3d $15. Running races for horses that have never run for Money purse $25 1st, $15 2d, $6 a a gtd $4. Bicycle race for amateurs Only mile heats two in three first prize Gold medal Worth $20 second prize Gold medal Worth $10. The Best two bands in the county will furnish music for the occasion eminent orators will in1 present and refreshments of All kinds will he served 011 the grounds. A big display of fire works and a grand Hall at Excelsior rink will furnish entertainment for the evening. Tickets will he sold at excursion rates 011 All railroads leading to Dover. Of for Sale. My place of business in Phillipsburg is now offered for Sale. Good bar room Large Pool room hotel and Good stable ice House and half interest in skating rink now used As a town Hall. Will sell cheap and on easy payments. Eight rooms in tin House. Location and business Good. 12tf John w. . Any one desiring to sell Exchange or buy real estate of any kind or chattels will do Well to Call on the proprietor of the times who will act As agent for the same 011 reasonable terms. No charges made for advertising in the times when you employ us As agent. No names of parties Given to the Public hut made known Only to those wishing to Purchase. Of All kinds of sewing machines repaired. Also guns locks revolvers clothes wringers new rollers put on Lawn mowers sharpened and repaired and All kinds of Job work done by Isaac Johnson. Shop Corner fifth and water streets new Philadelphia 25 sheriff Bowers to Joshua Baker 199 acres Wayne township $10,003. John i Baily to e m Baily 160 acres Sandy township $10,000. Thomas f Mckee to e m a Kirkpatrick lots 14, 15 and 16, Dennison $170. Elias Uhrich to we ii and Jeremiah Riffle 1 acre Mill township $200. Amzi Menameno to w b Chase lots 23 and 24, Uhrichsville $300. Henrietta Zimmerman to the c l amp w r r co 3 acres new Philadelphia $1,000. Maurice Moody to James Kennedy of 3 and half of 4, Dennison $75. George Andler to Jonathan heckler 75 acres Jefferson township $500. Abigail a and i b Murphy to Arno Koehler lots 11, 12, 13, a 15, 16, 17 and 18, Uhrichsville $125. Christ Opphile to Catharine Opphile 1 452-1000 acres Oxford township $254. Jonathan Baker to Joseph Steffe 52-100 acres Wayne township $25.90. David r Philips to Samuel t Cahill lot 2, Uhrichsville $175. Jesse c Hart to Amos Everhart 79 acres Salem township $2,800. Philip fanning to David p fanning lot 27, Gilmore $150. Phoebe a Faust its administrator to Hannah m fanning lot 26, $85. If you want to buy or Trade for a Good second hand piano lied buggy Call at the times office. It is nearly As Good As new and Well painted and was made by one of the Best workmen in the county. Of get your engine Thresher reaper Mower or repairing of any kind done at Sharp a songs foundry and machine shop. 22 All the repairs and extras for the English amp Dixon machines at Sharp a songs. 22 the new 5 and 10 cent store bikes the cake and whole bakery for substantial goods and Low prices. Ice Cream festival Friday and saturday evenings july 2d and 3d, in room formerly occupied by Peter Prysi for Benefit of the German sunday school. All Are cordially invited. By it Utku of Ltd of. 01 a Rrana ohm kits. pin Art Ham. My graduates Are making from $75 to $150 a month teaching penmanship while others make As much writing cards in cities. Write for circulars concerning the new method of teaching. J. . 20-wh Prin. And author Wooster it. For Sam. A Good two Story Metal roof Brick business House 21x66, in first class condition. Each Story i 1 feet 5 rooms 011 second floor. Suitable for dwelling and store or Saloon. Good location opposite court House. Terms part Cash and remainder in easy payments. For particulars Call 011 i Ter Eichel on the premises. 27tf for Sam a a very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per cent interest 011 investment. Also other desirable lots and properties. John a. Hicks new Philadelphia Isth you can buy More tinware and glassware at the new 5 and 10 cent store next door to Miller amp songs drug store than anywhere else in this congressional District. Persons desiring to loan Money can have the same placed at 8 per cent., secured by mortgage on first class real estate by John a. Jii mks new Philadelphia Isth artificial Teeth $5.50 per set at or. L l. Mitchells dental office new Philadelphia _ 17-Yl Gold fillings $1.00 Silver 50c. Cement 25c., at or. Mitchells office new Philadelphia 17-Yl

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