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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - July 15, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday july is 1886. Number 29new Philadelphia Moore proprietor. W. Ii. Watson editor. Thursday july 15, 1886. Office in citizens National rank Block second floor Public Square. Senator Thurman a opinion of tiie state Senate. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. 5athe new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 us remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Postof Tecc order to the address of the proprietor. A address All matter intended for publication to the 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 be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without j forming the publishers and the paper is 1 sent to the former direction they Are held re Spon sible notice should always be Given of removal. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take papers from the office or place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to directory. District. Congress. Beriah Wilkins state senator. Geo. W. Rites common la Leas judges. J. 1 Lance j. Pearce county. A present Active. Francis Ankney probate j Edge. A. W. Yeagley prosecuting attorney. A. F. Wilkins clerk. A. Figert sheriff. A. W. Bowers auditor. John w. Kinsey treasure. A. L. Kennedy recorder. A. G. Neumann s. Kufer commissioners. W. E. Lash r. Benner Surveyor. .0. 11. Hoover j. Wherley. W. Rogers l. Krantz Sec infirmary directors. City. Daniel Korns. Mayor James 11. Morrow. Clerk Elijah Shull. Marshal Philip commissioner John s. Graham. A Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. A Council we. Campbell. .1 Andrew Erwin. I justices. Names. A townships. Post or kick. Daniel Krebs. Clay. Lock no. 17. James w Stoutt Wayne. Dundee. George Bear. Perry. Cadwallader. Isaac co its. Washington Paoli. Henry Deihle. Bucks. Baltic. T Richardson. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. R g Galbraith. Warwick. Tuscarawas. 1 k Robinson. Warren. New Cumberland Philip a Garver Franklin. Strasburg. John Smith. Goshen. Barnhill. Jas Galbraeth. Kush. Tippecanoe. John i Lone. Mill. Uhrichsville. Samuel Moore. Goshen. New Philada a. T b Rankin. Kush. Gnadenhutten. L s Winsch. Clay. Gnadenhutten. And Timmerman. Perry. Cadwallader. S v Kenneke. Fairfield. New Phi hide a. Ii s Mckinney. Sandy. Mineral City. We e Beck. Goshen. New Philada a. Samuel c Kline. Lawrence. Bolivar. J h Gardner. Warren. New Cumberland robot Coruthers Washington Albany. John Wetter. Wayne. 1 Hindee. William Kinsey York. New Philada a. Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. Bucks. Baltic. Salem. Port Washington t 11 Mozena. Mill. Uhrichsville. Joseph Healen. Mill. Dennison. Has f Davis. Oxford. Newcomerstown c c Fernsel. Franklin. Strasburg. Levi Travis. Auburn. Ragersville. J w Newbury. Dover. Canal Dover. Jos 11 Hostetter Dover. Canal Dover. No Ich tag. Dover. Canal Dover. Wesley m Tracy Lundy. Mineral City. John b Jones. Auburn. Rogersville. Hiram Echman. Warwick. Tuscarawas. David Breymeir Lawrence. Zoar. Lewis c Zollars. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Ii a Cornett. Salem. Port Washington John s Spring. .1 Efferson. Port Washington Charles ii Ellers Fairfield. Zoar station. John w Rolli. J Efferson. Stone Creek. Hugh t Minnis. Goshen. New Philada a. C w Kinsley. It Ford. Newcomerstown p 11 Kuhn. York. Black band. s Wagner. Union. Uhrichsville. J l Baldwin. Union. Leesville. Church directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 o clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lords Day morning at 10 30 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day of each month. Sunday school at 0 of clock a. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 of clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 of clock. Erman every sunday at lw30.a. And 2 15 p. M., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 . 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 aching every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 of clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 in a. directory. M chapter. No. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. O. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniel get Max see y. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177,. F. To a. Al., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. .1. L. And Illaine . G. L. , see a. Knights of Lodge no. 73. Meets in their Castle Lylall. Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. W. Duncan k. Of r. And s. 1.0. 0. Philadelphia Lodge. No. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. F. Kislig n. G. I. A. Cock kill ree. Sec y. I. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. Stem pm Fly. N. G. 1. Skol rec. Sec a. 1. 0. 0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday of each month at Odd Fellows Lylall. City Block. J. J. Parr c. P. I. A. Correll scribe. I. 0. 0. . I. U. C., no. Meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Lylall City Bloke. J. W. Dodd. Comdr. Hirst Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. 6, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Bloke. Geo. W. Bowers commander. Royal Council meets every first and third Friday of each month in knights of pythias Hall. W h. Miller Regent. J. Bigler Secretary. National Council. No 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday of each month at g. 11. Hall. E. Kasera Ian pres we. Bowers Cor. Sec a. Prances Romig attorney at lava and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. Camuel m00re, attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties. Will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank. A a i have not a word to say about the supreme courts decision in regard to the state Senate. It May be right and it May be wrong. Possibly it has no right to inquire into the journal and perhaps it has. I care to express an opinion on that subject without consulting the books and the precedents very carefully. But there is one thing about which there can let a no doubt in the mind of any honest intelligent patriotic citizen and that is when seventeen senators out of thirty six with a lieutenant governor set themselves up As a quorum of the body oust four members and seat four others when each and every one of them knew that he was violating not Only the spirit hut the Plain letter of the Constitution it is revolution for which there is neither defense or excuse. Granted that the ousted members had defective titles when these titles were legally inquired into that does not justify the violation of the Constitution. If this is to become the Rule All constitutional guarantees become a nullity so that it will come to pass that when one party does a wrong for some political advantage the other party will see that wrong and go a a one better at the first Opportunity. You younger men should see to it that every constitutional guarantee is preserved inviolate and not one of them is trampled under foot even upon the pretence that it is necessary to do so to meet an exigency or right a wrong. It is a fallacy to say that any other method than the Plain letter of the Law May he restored to safety for any purpose or under any pretext or that the Constitution must be violated for its own vindication. Unless you do you find yourselves upon the sea without Chart rudder or Why they support Wilkins. The United states and Ireland. The Duke of Argyle published in the London times of monday a letter concerning the United states and Ireland in which he said despite the National sympathies there is a profound ignorance in England and the United states respecting each others Constitution. He admits his own ignorance at the beginning of the american civil War in sympathizing with the South. He says the sympathy of the americans for the Irish in their present struggles arises from the error of thinking of Ireland As an american state and that the English Are withholding from Ireland Powers similar to those possessed by the different states of the american Union. A nothing a says the Duke could be More erroneous than this referring to the right of each of the United states to a due share of the general Powers of Congress and to the checks in its Power of self government which each state allows he says or. Gladstone a proposal violates both these grand principles for a a the corrupt and immortal bargain banishes Ireland from the Imperial councils and surrenders the minority entirely into the hands of the local a a americans a he adds a a would perhaps hardly believe this but it is strictly True. The pretended limitations and restraints against local tyranny Are quite the Duke then appeals to americans to clearly understand the unionist Contention namely that it has been for Ireland a Sake solely that the unionists have Given opposition to or. Gladstone a Irish scheme. Growing More shameful. The attacks of the Republican politicians of Ohio upon senator Payne Are growing More and More shameful. The partisans of the state legislature tried their Best to convict or. L Ayne and his friends of buying his election to the Senate. They failed so wretchedly that they had nothing upon which to base an Adverse report that they would willingly have made if they had possessed a shred of evidence. They thought nevertheless that they might stir up the republicans of the Federal Senate and so Send on their statements and accusations with the testimony which was so inadequate that they themselves dared not find a verdict of guilty. The Senate committee on privileges and elections examined the mass of stuff dumped in upon them and listened to representative Little deliver himself of a stump speech in two. Three republicans were too honest to vote for condemnation and now the Ohio republicans Are after them with abuse of the most virulent character. These senators Are messes. Evarts Logan and Teller rank each partisan under Ordinary circumstances but still having some regard for their oaths and consciences. John Sherman is said to he at the Bottom of the indignation which has been aroused by the refusal of three republicans to be rascals. Perhaps John Sherman will profit by this. He belongs to the Only party in which he could Advance his interests by such a . Sun. Veto the Bills. On this subject the Cleveland Julain dealer says the Senate is a Republican body and of course Dosena to care How much Public Money is squandered. That it should Load up the River and Harbor Bill and appropriation Bill with jobs is naturally to be expected. The Senate got $3,000,000 of its particular steals into the River and Harbor Bill and is now engaged in fastening a lot of pension and Public building jobs on the sundry civil appropriation Bill. The republicans of the Senate know very Well that if they can Load up the Bills with these extravagant and useless appropriations the democratic administration will have to carry the odium. Therefore they do not care How Many or what scandalous jobs get into the Bills. If the democratic House will refuse to concur it will do Well. But if the system of log rolling that prevails there carries these Bills through with All their robbery it is the Hope and expectation of the country that the president will veto them All. Let the president not disappoint the country. Let him smite these jobs with his veto. A correspondent writes the Cleveland Plain dealer from this place As follows under Date of july 13th the false and villainous slander that the Millers Burg correspondent had in the Leader takes the cake. His special in sundays edition of that paper regarding corruption and bribery in connection with the renomination of Hon. Beriah Wilkins is a tissue of falsehood from beginning to end and As All fair minded men know. One of the mysterious things in this connection is to find out really what some of these disappointed Fellows Are howling about. They know if they know anything that or. Wilkins had the delegates from the Start. They were for him for the reason that he has been Well tried As a representative in Congress and has proved himself a gentleman of unswerving integrity and ability. While some of the candidates from other counties in the District were Good men fair minded delegates thought it Best that no change should be made in times like these and for that reason were for Wilkins first last and All the time. The talk about a a bribery a a a purchasing delegates a etc., is a a Bosh of the lowest order and it is High time these Fellows with fevered imagination put a Stop to it. John Kelly thought Tilden too old and frail to run a second term As president. John Kelly is dead. The Stalwart Chandler wrested the presidency from Tilden. Chandler is dead. Grant it is said would have arrested and imprisoned Tilden if he had attempted to claim the office he had been elected to. Grant is dead. Hancock was chosen As a More Likely Man to live through the presidency than Tilden. Hancock is dead. Hendricks seemed to have a Long life ahead of him As compared with the Man at the head of the ticket. Hendricks is dead. Seymour Mcclelland All the old candidates Are dead. Meanwhile Tilden thinks there is nothing so invigorating As working away before the Mast on his yacht. With a Bevy of Young girls with whom he is a great favorite he is having a Gay time on the Hudson. The president has pardoned r. Porter Lee now confined in the Buffalo Penitentiary for embezzlement. This Porter was sentenced in november 1882, at Syracuse n. Y., to be confined in the Penitentiary at Buffalo for the term of ten years upon a conviction for embezzle ing the funds of the first National Bank at Buffalo while he was president thereof. In passing on the Case the president says a at the time of his conviction his wife a Noble courteous and devoted woman and five Small children were the sad sufferers for his crime and exacted the sympathy of the entire Community. By her patient hard labor to support her children and her never failing Trust and Hope in the darkest Days this wife has demonstrated that she at least is entitled to clemency. I am glad to be Able to restore to her her husband and to be satisfied at the same time that the ends of Justice Are fully Rev. Edward Everett Hale of Chicago in a recent Sermon said a a whoever wants Christian Unity can have it at the end of the nineteenth Century that is if he wants it bad enough to go outside of his House to get it. People must continue to differ in opinions but that will not break the Unity. The hand the head and the foot will continue to help each other. 1 have thought one of the greatest harms to christianity to Day is the journal devoted to the maintenance of some particular sect. The Church of Christ must not be on the defensive or it is lost. It must be on the attack. Christianity is a life and not a Mere Why he pardoned him. Gov nor Foraker of Ohio has pardoned a Man recently convicted on six different counts of the crime of signing false orders while a director of the Hamilton county infirmary. The convict must have known a Good Deal about How Foraker obtained his majority in Hamilton county else the govenor never would have pardoned him so promptly. Or possibly the Republican cause in Ohio is so desperate that the party Bosses cannot dispense with the services of their rascals even while they serve a term in Globe. Senator Stanford says that he has had to feed tramps upon his ranch the past year at the rate of about $200 per month and All that time he was in need of Good work hands. An estimate was recently made that one million workingmen Are out of employment in our cities and Large towns while Western Farmers Are complaining of Lack of help. All of which gees to show that for some occult reason men will suffer rather than till the soil. Cincinnati editors appear to have a hankering after new York. John r. Mclean wants to sell the enquirer so he can run a paper at the Metropolis and it is reported that m. Halstead who is now in new York will either take the place of or become associate editor with Whitelaw Reid of the new York Tribune and that this is a part of or. Reid a arrangements for making a vigorous struggle for the United states senator ship. The Rochester Sentinel is of the opinion that Farmers will do Well to Market their wheat Early As possible As the abundant crop All Over the United states will have a tendency to hold the Market at present figures if not to drive it lower for several years Farmers who held their wheat for a higher Price have lost Money and the shrinkage in granary and interest on the Money almost invariably amounts to More than the Advance in Price. A fishing party consisting of Rev. Or. J. B. Brackett of Brooklyn John w. Ela and a. A. Mason of Chicago and their wives caught an immense sea Turtle weighing 1,000 pounds in Narragansett Bay off Conna Nicut Island near Newport one Day last week. They succeeded after great difficulty in towing the monster to the nearest Shore about a mile and anchored him there with Strong ropes. Two men were unable to draw him up on the ramblings. The sheriffs office the last week has been converted into a court. The Hon. J. D. Laughead notary Public has been taking depositions in the Case of a Clifford Grimes is. Essie Cook a for the supreme judicial court of Massachusetts. J. T. Of Donnell and j. Ii. Barnhill attorneys. Court business is now very Dull and sheriff Bowers is making arrangements for a Case of Hay fever. Clerk Figert takes great Delight in showing the ladies who Call in and about the court House. The clerk is somewhat of a ladies Man. Treasurer Kennedy is now Busy adding the penalty to delinquent taxes. Auditor Kinsey perspire freely this hot weather yet kicks the beam at 240 pounds. Deputy sheriff Oscar Bowers is visiting friends at Miller Burgh this week. Judge j. W. Yeagley and his efficient Deputy Harvey Barnhill Are dissatisfied with the weather and these worthy gentlemen May be seen watching the barometer most any time. The probate office must have plenty of water for the successful running of the machine and rain answers the purpose. Recorder Neumann seems to he the busiest Man about the court House. He has his hands full. Stenographer Matlek says he will try cat fishing Ere Long if business done to brighten up. He fell asleep in judge Laughead a court monday last and dreamed he had caught a sucker. The commissioners Are having very Short sessions these hot months. One Day Only. Pete Stowe the janitor is a very religious Young Man. We heard him praying for rain the other Day. Dockey Gribble Deputy clerk has about quit chewing tobacco. Lie now uses but ten cents Worth a Day and is getting fat. James a. Thompson Deputy sheriff and court Bailiff during Leisure hours helps his wife make Apple pies and dumplings. Jim says he has no time for loafing. The sheriff informs us he has but one prisoner confined in the county jail at present. This Speaks Well for the morals of the county. Since the adjournment of court several new cases have been commenced. A few of them of importance. Judge j. Dance will make a visit East this summer. We wish him a pleasant time. The democratic county Central committee met at the commissioners room in the court House new Philadelphia monday afternoon july 12th, and organized with the following officers for the ensuing year chairman a. T. Evans Ulm Casville. Secretary a. Ii. Watson new Philadelphia. Treasurer Jacob a. Horn canal Dover. Upon request of judge John w. Al Baugh of this judicial District the committee then proceeded to select delegates to represent or. Albaugh at the convention which convenes at it. Vernon wednesday july 21st, As follows Hon a t ready Jas a 1 Richards Jno a Buchanan j 11 Mitchell t j Forbes e c Lingan e p Degrief ii ii Porter j f Baad or Beers ii t Minnis j ii Hopkins alternates. Edmund Davy a a Shetler Peter Goeler John Gerber Samuel Clum j ii Connell on motion Secretary was instructed to procure postal cards Stamps paper etc., for use of the committee. On motion adjourned to meet at Call of chairman. J. T. Evans chairman. W. Ii. W Atson Secretary. Fire was discovered in the Dickson Baily building at Bolivar about 2 of clock wednesday morning of last week and in a Short time was entirely destroyed together with contents. The building was occupied by s. E. Labold son of John Labold with a Large Stock of hardware tinware stoves and farm implements. Loss to building and Stock will amount to about $9,000 insured for $7,500. Origin of fire is not known. The office of or. Hildt was in the same building which was also destroyed. The doctor lost his Library and surgical instruments valued at $400. No insurance. The new Philadelphia pipe works now employs fifty men and at present is manufacturing pipes for the water works to he constructed in this City. From 800 to 900 feet Are turned out daily consuming about 20 tons of Iron. The company also manufacture a As pipes elbows sleeves tees and branches of All kind. Or. T. G. Banford is general superintendent and or. Norman Stow of this City has charge of the pattern department. Messes. 11. E. Williard and Lindus Cody Are the proprietors. On monday of last week the clothing of Henry Graab a wife Lockport took fire from a match that had been thrown into the grass where together with several other persons they were enjoying the fourth. In extinguishing the flames or. Graab had both hands badly burned but succeeded in saving his wife from serious injury. Over forty teachers were present at the county examination held at the court House in this City on saturday. Elsewhere in the times we publish a list of questions in various branches of studies that were submitted on that occasion and which were kindly furnished us by our Young Friend or. E. E. Link of Ragersville. It is asked How editors pass their Leisure moments. Bless your dear soul they done to pass them. They never catch up to them. An editor is usually from ten to forty years behind his Leisure moments and he always Dies before he gets within gunshot of the rearmost of notes. E. E. Link and will Wright of Ragersville were among our guests on saturday. James Ward now of new Castle pa., was Here a few Days this week on business. Miss Anna Lenhart of Matton Illinois a former teacher in our Public schools is visiting her friends in this City. _ miss Ada Wilson who has been visiting her parents on West High Street returned to Brownl Elm station saturday last. J. F. Baad dry goods merchant at Boliver accompanied by a or. Foster of Coshocton county gave the times office a Friendly Call on saturday. De. T. Gerber formerly with Jacob Hinz this City but now of Akron paid a flying visit to his brother in Law John w. Sluthour and friends Here a few Days last week. Hon. Ii. H. Porter accompanied by Christian Wiand Gus Lye and a. B. Kline All prominent citizens and business men of port Washington were at the a a Hub on wednesday. Or. N. Swaim nurseryman and dealer in first class Green fruits at West Chester this county has our thanks for a lot of Nice Ripe peaches placed upon the times table last monday morning. They were delicious and highly appreciated by All hands. A a Uncle Ned a our old coloured Friend will deliver one of his famous lectures at City Park sunday next in behalf of our guests form East Liverpool now encamped there. When a Uncle Ned gets through with the Hoys they will want to know who a a Fod Dat j. Deitri Cli of the East Liverpool crisis spent saturday and sunday with the Phoenix club of that City tio Are encamped at the new Philadelphia Park. The crisis is a live democratic journal and is flourishing under the management of Bro. Deitrich. A m. Lappin freight and ticket agent of the and m. Railroad company Lima Ohio visited parents and friends a few Days this week. Mrs. Lappin Nee Callie Degreif has also been the guest of her parents and Many friends during the past ten Days. Marion read returned Here a few Days ago from tour through several w lie Speaks in glowing country through which Iii brother p. Ii., who him is now located i get Reno county Kansay w leased a hotel. To his Home an extended Estern states terms of the he passed Hutchinson Here he has the Uhrichsville chronicle correspondent writes that paper from port Washington As follows the fire apparatus has been lately completely overhauled. Or. Alfred Burri of new Philadelphia did the artistic work. The painting is really Fine and or. B. Combines with his ability to do Good work the pleasant social qualities of a gentleman. Rittenhouse of Andrew Crawford Post g. A. R., this City has received commission As Aid de Camp on col. A. L. Congers staff. The latter is department commander of the grand army in Ohio with Headquarters in Akron. The appointment of or. Rittenhouse is deservedly a Good one and the duties of the office will be carefully looked after by that gentleman. At the request of her Many friends miss a lice. Crouch will give a concert at Campbells music Hall this City on this thursday evening july 15th. The East Liverpool Quartetti or. P. W. Ditto now of Cleveland the popular Prima Bosso who lately Sung with great Success at the Cleveland Gray a entertainment in that City the City band in uniform and some of our Choice Home Talent have kindly volunteered to assist. General admission 25 cents. Reserved seats 50 and 35 cents. Tickets on Sale at Harris Bros. Jewelry store. The alarm of fire was sounded on tuesday afternoon and in less time than it takes to write this item the fire department was out and ready for service. The fire was at the barn of conductor John Campbell but was extinguished before the department reached the place. Or. George Mizer the father of w. A. Mizer the Well known insurance agent died at his Home near Bakers Ville last tuesday aged sixty four years. The interment took place at Evans Creek cemetery on Standard. Lightning struck a tree in front of col. a residence West High Street this City tuesday night and shattered the Timber in a Lively manner. Next Sabbath morning Rev. Cook of the presbyterian will preach in the m. E. Church. In the evening the pastor will preach on Josephus encounter with pot Ipher a wife. If you want to buy property in new Philadelphia look at our real estate column on 4th Page and then Call and see us at the times office. Married july 13, 1886, or. Thomas Shirey of Leesville and mrs. Carrie e. English of new Philadelphia by Rev. John Wilson. It rained thundered and Light winged at a fearful rate in this place and Vicinity on tuesday evening. The dry goods store of will. F. Burt Newcomerstown was closed by sheriff Bowers on tuesday. Last sunday eighteen were received into full connection in the m. E. Church and two on probation. At the zoological Garden Cincinnati a Large Cage containing Twenty horned owls is called the salvation army. Notes on the liquor question. Another complication arising out of the Dow Law was brought out at Columbus on monday. A Saloon keeper has a lease on the property he occupied which does not expire till 1889. The Dow Law makes the property in which the Saloon is liable for the tax. This Saloon St is one of those who have refused to the Dow Law tax and suit of ejectment has been began. If the Case is valid and if the property is liable the owner of the property had better have sold out before the Dow Law passed. There was a very animated election on the liquor local option question last saturday in Carrollton our sister county and a full vote was polled resulting three to one in favor of closing up the saloons. Carrollton is the county seat and largest town in Carroll county hence the vote is thought to be significant. The Council will pass the ordinance at once. Democrats there say that Saloon keepers in Ohio will now get what they have been voting for. At Lima Ohio on monday afternoon judge Hughes allowed an injunction against county treasurer Sunderland restraining him from distributing the Money paid in under the Dow liquor Law until the first Day of the next term of court by which time it is expected that the constitutionality of the Law he decided. _ the state liquor league of Pennsylvania met in Pittsburgh on tuesday to discuss the matter of uniform License the suppression of Gro Geries and places where liquor is sold without License and the prohibition Plank in the Republican platform. The convention will last three Days. The town of Macon mo., has voted to prohibit the Sale of whisky in smaller quantities than a gallon and certain thoughtless Brethren Are pointing to it As a Temperance Victory. They Overlook the fact that a Missouri Man never wants loss than a gallon. Salineville the largest mining town in Columbiana county declared for prohibition on monday by a vote of 88 to 130. Several other Large towns in that county will hold elections within a few Days when similar results Are expected. Mineral Point this county with a population of about s00, voted upon the question of prohibition on monday. Those favouring the measure were victorious by a majority of 41 votes. The vote at East Liverpool on closing the saloons was 725 in favor and 581 opposed. There arc forty two saloons in the Mill notes. V George Reeves treasurer of the Mill company who resides in Niles was in the City a portion of this week. The masons Are at work building a foundation for the new Scales at the Mill. James Palmer has accepted a position As rougher in the muck Mill. Al. Harris visited friends at War run and Niles last week. The Falcon Iron and Nail company at Niles Are making some expensive improvements at their Mill this week. The stacks of five of the puddling furnaces Are being taken Down and Brick taking place of the Iron stacks which have been doing service in the past. The size of the furnaces Are being changed a new Metal track is being put Down new squeezers Are being put in and the entire Mill receiving every needed attention to put it in first class order for starting up again. It is probable that the puddling department will he on the latter part of this week and the Nail factory starts next monday morning. Niles is experiencing a Boom in the Iron business at present. On thursday last the bar Mill in the old Mill at that place started up giving employment to about 40 men. Evan s. Williams formerly chief Engineer in the Mill at this place is now engaged in the grocery business at Niles. The practice of drinking Lemon juice and water before breakfast As prophylactic against bilious Ness is rapidly growing in popularity and the benefits derived Are said to be doubled by taking a similar dose at night also. It is probable that Captain James of Coshocton will be the Republican nominee for Congress in the 16th District. Captain Janies is a Nice Man with very mean county Farmer. Mrs. Catharine dues Mother of the late father dues received a new York draft yesterday for $2,000, the amount of insurance he carried in the Catholic Mutual Benefit Workman. A Little negro called a a Curt a at Marshall mo., whose father was a Soldier and was killed in the War recently received $1,500 pension Money. Ilis first Purchase was a $65 Finger ring his second a $300 horse and buggy. The old boys Are on the tramp again. A Philadelphia grand army Post hoofed to Gettysburg three Days March just As the youngsters would have done it Twenty three years ago. pass Book containing receipts and other papers. Leave at times office or with Watkin Watkins Barnhill. A Young Man at Halifax n. S., who got his name on the voting list by swearing that he earned $300 a year was taken to task by his employer for telling an untruth when he retorted that he earned that much though he did no to get it. A re Union of the 98th Ohio regiment will be held at Leesville Carroll county september 2d. Receipts of the festival at Rev. Or. Williams on saturday evening were $42.92.teachers�?T examination. The following questions were asked at the county examination held in new Philadelphia last saturday. Arithmetic. J. Beck examiner. Time�?1. Hours. 1. Ten peaches and 11 plums Cost $2.43 9 peaches and 3 plums Cost $1.29. What Are the prices 2. A Man can Row a Skiff Down Stream 6 Miles an hour and up Stream 3 Miles an hour How far can he go and return in 9 hours ? 3. What is a druggists profit if he buys opium at 75 cents per of. Avoirdupois and Sells it at $1 per oz., Troy ? 1. What must i ask for Hay Worth $10 a ton that alter falling 20 per cent. I May gain 20 per cent on the value ? 5. What is the distance through a cubical Block measured from one Corner to the opposite Diago Nical Corner the Side of the cube being 9 feet. 6. A. And b. Can do a piece of work in 63 Days and a. And c. In 8 Days b. And c. In 9 3-13 Days. How Long will it take each alone ? 7. Granted Goshen township 5 Miles Square How Many sections of land does it contain ? s. Bought a Book for $1.25. How must it be marked that i May rebate 20 per cent., and yet make 12 percent. Geography. J. G. Zaminer examiner. 1. On what latitude is the Sun vertical at the summer solstice ? 2. What Are Trade winds explain their cause. 3 name the counties of Europe according to their size and importance. 4. Gould you sail from Chicago to new Orleans if so through what Waters. 5. Draw an outline map of new York giving the principal Rivers and five principal cities. 6. If Bay City mich., was exactly North of Cincinnati at which place did the Sun Rise first this morning and Why 7. Name the islands in the Mediterranean sea and Tell to which country they belong. 8. Bound Tuscarawas county and give its principal towns and its population. 9. What arc the principal seaports 021 the Gulf of Mexico 10. What is the difference Between a kingdom and an Empire Between a representative government and an absolute government ? u. 8. History. J. G. Zaminer examiner. 1. What Indian tribes inhabited Ohio previous to its settlement by the Whites what was the first permanent White settlement within the Bounds of the present state of Ohio and when was it made ? 2. What regions of Ohio have the greatest density of population ? 3. What form of government existed during the revolutionary War and what changes were made afterwards 4. Give an account of the Battles of Trenton and Saratoga. 5. Give a sketch of Gen. Arnold a treason and Fate. 6. Give a Brief history of slavery in the United states from its origin to its close pointing out the political controversies and civil commotions to which it gave Rise. 7. Describe the Battle of Gettysburg and indicate its result. 8. What Are the three departments of our general government what Powers Are invested in them by the Constitution and Are they co ordinate or subordinate to each other 9. What is the difference Between the u. Treasury notes greenbacks and the National Bank currency notes when were they respectfully authorized by Congress ? 10. Who was John Calhoun and Lewis Cass English grammar. Charles iia Upert examiner. 1. What Are the three principle parts of speech ? Why ? 2. Compose a sentence that has in it All the parts of speech. Indicate each part of speech. 3. Compose predicate to the plurals of of duty and radius the verbs to be in the potential Mode. 4. Give the construction of the word As in the following As Many As de sire May go As soon As they choose to do so. 5. Give the grammatical construction of the words May desire and do. 6. Write sentences illustrating the diff Ersnt grammatical use of the word alone. 7. Give the distinguishable Shade of meaning in Victoria is a Queen Victoria a Queen walks Victoria walks a Queen and Victoria walks Queen like. 8. Punctuate and capitalize in his last moments he uttered these words i fall a sacrifice to sloth and luxury. Theory and practice. Charles iia i pert examiner. 1. What objects should be sought in the punishment of pupils ? 2. Name five proper incentives to study by a child in school. 3. What is your opinion of private encouragement counsel or reproof of pupils ? what has been your experience in this matter ? 4. What is the Ohio school Law in reference to the moral qualifications of the teacher and in reference to the county Institute fund As to teaching higher branches in our common schools and corporeal punishment ? 5. What educational journals and books on education do you read ? Are you a member of the Ohio teachers Reading Circle ? clerk s office statistics. Divorce proceedings. No. Cases pending july 1, 1885. 17 brought during year 46 �?63 no. Eases decided during year .28 still pending. 35 a a brought by husband .15 a a a a wife. 48 a a granted to husband .6 a a a a wife. 22 control of 10 children Given to Mother. Civil judgments 118.$79,865 07 fines assessed. 805 00 a a collected. 755 00 a a due. 50 00 costs taxed to debts and state of Ohio. $1,521 20 costs taxed to county. 799 00 $2,320 20 one convicted of manslaughter and sent to Penitentiary. One acquitted murder first degree. One acquitted manslaughter. One convicted of cutting sent to work House. Three convicted of robbery sunt to Penitentiary. One convicted of assault and Battery sent to county jail. Two convicted of burglary sent to Penitentiary. One convicted of larceny sent to work House. One convicted of Petit larceny sent to county jail. Three convicted of gambling and fined. Twenty two convicted of violating liquor Laws fined and imprisoned. Four convicted of violating liquor Laws fined Only. Thirteen eases still pending for violating liquor Laws. One person killed by another. Four persons killed by cars. Two persons suicide. Two persons died from causes unknown to Coroner. Transfers of real estate. I l Couch to g w Cherry strip of land new Philadelphia $500. Sheriff Bowers to to t of Donnell and i s Wilson lot 411, new Philadelphia $2,000. John t Clark to l ii Slagle lot 89, West Chester $500. Jas f Mcdonnell to Lemuel o Murphy 50 acres Washington township $400. Jas Mcfarlane to Jno in Mathias half of lot 205, new Philadelphia $5,250. Margaret Bell to Jane Fry lot 291 and part of 292, Uhrichsville $50. Sarah Cahill to Samuel Cahill lot 131, Uhrichsville $50. W111 Morrison to Lewis j Deeker 44 50-100 acres Salem township $1,300. J Scott Scarborough to l ii Slagle part of lot 6, Uhrichsville $700. A c Staneart to Margaret Thompson half of lot 89, Uhrichsville $500. Daniel Zimmerman to Andrew Godfrey j acre Dover township $200. Alfred Davis to Emma e Furney 15-100 acre Mineral City $100. The Tuscarawas Coal and Iron co., to Mary Brick 30 22-100 acres Sandy township $1,516. Sheriff Bowers to Criswell a nagely lot 8, new Philadelphia $301. Robert Hanna to John v Vlieks strip of land Dennison $600. Charles d Marsh to Mary Norris lot 7, Dennison $150. Margaret Ferrill to Jane Crossan. Half of lot 46, Uhrichsville $450. Wesley s Cummings to George Fuhr lots 8 and 9, Dennison $9,000. George b Deardorff to Fremont Andreas lot 6, Dover $75. T k Williams to Elizabeth Gribble 23-100 acres new Philadelphia $200. Democratic state convention. Colin bus <>., june 10, 1886. The democratic state convention will he held in Toledo on the 17th and 18th of August 1886. The delegates of each congressional District will Convene at 8 of clock a a. In. On the 17th, for the purpose of electing one vice president from each District and one member for each of the various committees. The convention will he called to order at 10 a. In. On tin 18th to nominate a candidate for Secretary of state .1 Edge of tin1 supreme court common schools and member of the Board of Public works. The basis of representation 111 this convention is one Delegate to every five Hundred and one for every fraction of two Hundred and fifty votes East for governor George Hoad Ley in october 1885. Under this apportionment Tuscarawas is entitled to nine delegates. The whole number of delegates is <i�3-necessary to a Choice 333. A. Clayton 1 ice Cli n dry. State Committer j. Tom As Sec a. Unclaimed letters. The following list of unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office july 12, 1886 Samuel Clinton g w Delong George Garabrandt Albert Miller a ii Mars ters miss Mary Meyer Milton Zartman. E. Fribley p. Wool notes. A. Hawn and Jessie Erwin the Wool buyers have purchased in the past few weeks Over 400,000 pounds of Wool at 27 to 33 cents. This will put considerable Money in circulation in this Alliance Leader. A special from Steubenville says that there Are not 20,000 pounds of Wool left unsold in Jefferson county. There Are Only two clips left in Wayne and Cross Creek townships. It brought 30c. The Wool Market has been reasonably Active in Carrollton the past week. Dealers have been Busy and holders quite Liberal in letting go at the prices offered. 30c is the ruling chronicle. Members of the Mahoning Valley Wool growers association received 33.v cents per Pound for their Wool. Efforts of buyers to break the combination were of no Avail. Re Union 51st and Soth Ohio volunteers. The committee 011 joint re Union of the 51st and Soth V. V. I., 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, 1886. Captains Harger and Deis were appointed a committee to secure the grounds and make arrangements for serving meals to visiting comrades at reasonable rates. Captains Korns Welch Wilson and c. We Ltd were appointed a committee to give general notice through the local press and personal notice As far is 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 011 invitation and urge All to come. Done to forget the Day and Date As it is the anniversary of the occupation of Atlanta. The largest line of window curtains and Arch Boles. Spring and common rollers in the you inv three Good Spring rollers for half a Jollar. All Wall paper at Cost. To who jew Duee this Stock if prices Are any Olivit. Fancy goods Choice picture frames albums etc., at half their value. A few Fine family bibles at Cost. Wells dreg store new Philadelphia Ohio. 28w2 for Sale. 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 011 easy payments. Eight rooms in the House. Location and business Good. 12tf John w. Shull. Any one desiring to sell Exchange or buy real estate of any kind or chattels will do Well to Call 011 the proprietor of the times who will act As agent for the same on reasonable terms. No charges made for advertising in the times when you employ us As agent. No names of parties Given to the Public but made known Only to those wishing to Purchase. Of White Lead linseed Oil All kinds of colors All kinds of varnish and hard Oil finish for Light Ami dark Wood mixed paints and everything wanted for painting at closer prions than any body else in the county on Large contracts. Pittsburgh and Cincinnati Lead always in Stock it Low prices. \ 29w2 Wells drug store. 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 for a Good two Story Metal roof Brick business House 21x<i i in first class condition. Each Story 14 feet 5 rooms on 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 on Peter Eichel on the premises. 27tf for Sale. A very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per cent interest on investment. Also other desirable lots and properties. John a. Himes new Philadelphia of. Justl you can buy More tinware and Glass Ware at the new 5 and 10 cent store next door to Miller a 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 Lay mortgage on first class real estate by John a. Himes new Philadelphia it it. 1 mtg artificial Teeth $5.50 per set at or. I. L. Mitchells dental office new Philadelphia. 17-y 1 for Good second hand Phaeton nearly As Good As new and Well painted and was made by first class workmen. Call at the times office. A 2-year old child belonging to or. And mrs. James Gillard at the hoarding House kept by them in Sandusky got hold of and swallowed a few potato i takings off the table tuesday morning before it could be prevented. It was almost immediately taken deadly sick with vomiting rolling up the eyes and coldness of the extremities. A doctor was called in who decided the symptoms to indicate Arsenical poisoning probably the result of Paris Green remaining on the potato rinds from careless handling of that substance to kill potato bugs and careless washing of the potatoes afterwards. After being put through a vigorous course of antidotes and treatment for poisoning the child is recovering. Col. Geo. B. Corkhill prominent As u. District attorney at Washington during the trial of the Assassin Guiteau died suddenly at it. Pleasant Iowa last tuesday of Haemorrhage of the stomach. Gold fillings $1.00 Silver 50c. Cement 25c., at or. Mitchells office new Philadelphia 17-Yl 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 a Dixon machines at Sharp a songs. 22 the new 5 and 10 cent store takes the cake and whole bakery for substantial goods and Low prices. The c. B. Church will give a festival on Friday and saturday evenings july 16th and 17th. White sewing machines at Taylor a hardware store. 28w3 Monitor Oil stoves at Taylor a hardware store. 28 w 3 furniture of the new court House at Carrolton Cost $6,205

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