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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - June 10, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new volume Philadelphia o., thursday june to 1ss6. Number 24 new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore proprietor. I. Ii. Watson editor. Thursday june 10, 1880. Office in citizens National Hank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. 43�?othe new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following Kates one year Cash in advances i if not paid within six months. 1 50 4�-remittances should be sent by draft registered letter pos Ottice order to the address the proprietor. 45-address All matter intended for publication to the editor. Laws newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use it whether he has ordered it not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without forming the publishers and the paper is sent to the former direction they Are held responsible notice should always be Given removal. If subscribers refuse neglect to take papers from the office it it a place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to discontinue. Official directory. District. a Wilkins state . W. Crites a a . Hance common l Leas judges. Pearce county. Representative. Probate j Edge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasurer. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Francis Ankney j. A. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins a. Figert j. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey .1. L. Kennedy j. G. Neumann s. K Ufer w. E. Lash Ii. Hoover j. Wherley w. Rogers l. Hon. Beriah Wilkin. City. Daniel Korns. James ii. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. We. Campbell. Andrew Erwin. Mayor clerk marshal Street commissioner Council justices. Daniel Krebs. I same omits. Henry Deible. T Richardson. Ii g Galbraith. T k Robinson. Philip a Garver John Smith. Jas Galbraeth. T b Rankin. L s Winsch. And s v Iten Neker. Robot Coruthers John Wetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. T 11 Mozena. Joseph Lealen. Clias f Davis. C c Ferrise. Levi Travis. J w Newbury. Jos 11 Hostetter John 11 Jones. Hiram Echman. L a Cornett. John s Spring. Hugh t Minnis. C w Kinsley. P ii Kuhn. s Wagner. J i Baldwin. Townships. 1�?Tost office. Clay. Lock no. 17. Wayne. Dundee. Larry. A Adwa Viader. As Lington 1 to i. Bucks. Baltic. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Warwick. Tuscarawas. Warron. New Cumberland Franklin. Strasburg. Llos Lien. Barnhill. Rush. Tippecanoe. Mill. Uhrichsville. Goshen. New Philada a. Rush. Gnadenhutten. Clay. Gnadenhutten. Perry. A Adwa Viader. Fairfield. New Philada a. Sandy. Mineral City. Goshen. New Philada a. Lawrence. Bolivar. Warren. New Cumberland Washington Albany. Wayne. Dundee. York. New Philada a. Bucks. Baltic. Salem. Port Washington Mill. Uhrichsville. Mill. Dennison. It it Ford. Newcomers town Franklin. Strasburg. Auburn. Ragersville. Dover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. 1 Lover. Canal Dover. Lundy. Mineral City. Auburn. Rogersville. Warwick. Tuscarawas. Lawrence. Zoar. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Salem. Port Washington Jefferson. Port Washington Fairfield. Zoar station. Jefferson. Stone Creek. Goshen. New Philada a. It it Ford. Newcomerstown York. Black band. Union. Uhrichsville. Union. Leesville. Church directory. every sunday at 1010 a. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. Ii Kolsti awl services every lords pay morning at 10 30 a. In. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 9 clock a. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 110 a. And 7o�?Tclock p. In. Sunday school at 9 a. It. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. German every sunday at 193ua. And 2 15 p. In., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. Gnu the first sunday morning service each month concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United Ever Day at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. In. V Sun meeting every wednesday night. Prayer school at 9 15 a. In. Sunday Lodge directory. M chapter. No. 38, r. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniel , see a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, t f. In a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Ilya Ink w. G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall. Centre Block every thursday evening. A. E. Beck c. W. Duncan k. Of r. And s. I. 0. 0. Philadelphia Lodge. No. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. F. Kislig n. G. I. A. Cowbell Letec. See a. I. O. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. City Block. Stempi1fly, n. G. 1. Sehl rec. See a. 1. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. J. J. Part c. 1. I. A. Cowbell scribe. I. 0. 0. . P. U. C., no. 8, meets every third thursday evening in Eracli month at Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. It. J. A. Dodd come r. Hirst Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. 0, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. A. Bowers commander. Royal Alt Canum philos Council meets every first and third Friday each month in knights pythias Hall. A 11. Miller Regent. J. , Secretary. National Council no 52. Meets every second and fourth a wednesday each month at g. Hall. T e. Kaselman pres we. Bowers. Cor. Sec a. Prances r0mig, attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. Gamuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his eare in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank. Rome opposition has been Manifest against Hon. Beriah Wilkin in this place upon the Flimsy plea no third term. This is the first instance ave Ever heard this argument advanced in regard to congressmen. Or. Wilkin has served two terms during which time he has proved himself an Able representative in the House. 11 is experience and knowledge obtained during that time has better prepared him for the duties congressman. In no other District is the third term plea advanced. Randall and Kelly Pennsylvania have served their respective party in the House uninterruptedly for from Twenty to thirty years. Springer and Morrison Illinois have also been retained for a number years As Lias also Willis and Carlisle Kentucky Bland Missouri Hewitt new York Hill and Geddes Ohio Reagan Texas and a Large number others that we might refer to All whom have from their Long experience become leaders and champions their party. Or. Wilkin has been a faithful and Earnest advocate the people and has fearlessly championed the cause the Ohio Farmers in his energetic Effort to have the Tariff restored Avo i a task which he Avill eventually accomplish. Again we say the third term ghost is a Humbug and the greater length time a representative is continued in the Halls Congress the better qualified will he become to Champion the cause his people. Or. Wilkin has already gained considerable celebrity among the older members Congress for the ability lie has displayed during his two terms. We Hope the Hon. Beriah Wilkin will receive the unanimous endorsement the convention saturday and that he May be returned again to Congress. We have been informed that an Effort will be made at the democratic county convention saturday to have a Resolution passed by that body endorsing the actions the democratic senators in deserting their Post duty and fleeing to Kentucky and Tennessee. The democracy Tuscarawas county will Sanction no such action and we Hope no representative the party in that convention will Heap insult upon injury by giving countenance to any measure intended for the accomplishment that purpose. While the Republican members the Senate and their revolutionary speaker and King Boh. Kennedy disregarded every right and privilege guaranteed by the Constitution it does not follow that the democracy Ohio is bound to sustain its members Ashen they place these he is in a compromising position. It is characteristic the Republican party to endorse and sustain almost any act its members hut the precepts and principles democracy Are quite different and when we oppose the adoption any Resolution looking Forward to that end the times hut voices the sentiment almost every Democrat in Tuscarawas county. Powderly a letter. Pittsburg june 2. The second Days session the amalgamated association Iron and steel workers met promptly at 8 80 a. After routine business a communication dated May 31, 1886, from grand master Workman Powderly brought he special messenger from Cleveland was read to the convention. The communication extends fraternal greetings together with an invitation that the amalgamated association shall join the knights labor in a body. After speaking the Progress attained by the two organizations the letter continues a single handed ave can accomplish nothing hut United there is no Power wrong we May not openly defy. You want help. We want help. Separated we May be Able to help each other hut United we can extend a helping hand to each other that need not fail. We ask you to Annex your grand and powerful corps to the main army that ave May Light the Battles under one Flag. No surrender principle nor identity need attend such a step. No interference in the management your crafts their affairs will result. With the Aid knights labor wherever found in the Vicinity Mill shop factory your members Avill he increased your Power to regulate the Iron and steel business the United states will increase in a corresponding degree. Do not suppose that this offer is made with a View to destroying your organization. The contrary is True. We wish to strengthen it. Fraternally yours t. A. Powderly. The communication avas referred to the committee a Good the wednesday the official communication the knights was replied to by a note from president Willie and Secretary Martin extending cordial greetings and an invitation for Powderly to visit the association while in session. These letters will he mailed in circular form to the leaders All labor organizations. Wool buyers wish to caution Farmers against the use jute binding twine for timing up their fleeces. It is entirely unlit for that purpose. The Loose Libres the twine stick to the Wool. It is impossible to get them All out and what remains As jute Avill not take color nearly ruining the cloth. Jute twine the fleeces is nearly As bad As burs in the fleeces and deteriorates the Avo i in Market nearly As much and Many buyers make a reduction in Price Valiere Wool is tied Avioli it. Bear this in mind when you Shear. Fourteen years ago a German officer who had deserted and come to this country under an assumed name married a Young woman Toledo. Four years they moved to Terre haute and now there Are six children. The wife never knew that her husband was living under an assumed name until quite recently when she Learned it by Accident. She questioned him and he acknowledged it. Then she insisted a second marriage and at a late hour one sunday night in the seclusion a justices office the two after fourteen years Happy wedded life Avert again married. Press notes. Elyria Constitution the purpose part the leading republicans Ohio seems to he to goad senator Payne into a resignation. In this they Avill find themselves mistaken. Payne is a Man Pluck and will stick to his seat. Holmes county Farmer the Canton repository suppository might he a Good name be Happy if it Wasny to eternally finding fault with the democracy in general and Good men in particular. Its last Effort is an attempt to he very funny Over the action the Ohio Senate. If that paper and the it. Vernon Republican in their efforts to be funny were yoked together it would remind us the exclamation the la Gay who avas harnessed to a runaway calf a there ave come Dan our fool souls wont somebody head us off a new London record the grave Durbin Ward at Lebanon lies near that Thomas Corwin. Ohio men who have won distinction in state and National Aff airs Are tolerably numerous and yet few Village graveyards can show two names so distinguished As those Corwin and Ward. Eaton Democrat the democrats Ohio ran the state administration two years and notwithstanding extraordinary expenses they had to account for paid everything out the regular Rev i venues reduced the state debt and left As much Money in the Treasury As they j found in it hut just As soon As the re publicans got into Power out went the i Bottom the Treasury in a few months it was completely depleted and i the howl sent up for More revenues the j debt the state avas increased and taxes go up Coshocton Democrat Foraker is the j first governor Ohio who has made i himself so offensively partisan that j members the opposite party feel compelled out self respect to decline j appointments at his hands. He has j used his High office to insult he democratic party and its members. Newark advocate it strikes us and we think it w ill strike the average Man the same Way that if clerk Vallandigham a treachery to the party to which he owes everything needed any further confirmation the Republican newspapers Are furnishing that confirmation in the fullest and completes manner in Rushing so vigorously to his defense. We receive a great Many the democratic newspapers the state and we have yet to see the first one that de fiends clerk Vallandigham even attempts to apologize for his conduct. They All condemn him in the strongest terms. The Republican papers the contrary have taken up the cudgels in his defense by common consent and Are fighting his Battles most vigorously. They probably Pavc that much to him in View what he has done Lor the Republican party hut the support these Republican papers will not enhance his cause very much with the party he has so basely betrayed. Mcarthur Tom Herat Fuyu incr a Good Deal talk is going across the Canada line about sinking United states fishing boats a blowing them out the water if they done to keep out Canada Waters and so Forth. Suppose we Send the United states Navy up there and let the canucks sink it instead a fishing boat. Let us sacrifice something that Isnit much value. Marion Mirror the knights la Bor meeting at Cleveland in recommending better care the Public lands might have gone further by adopting a Resolution praising the democratic administration for the 20,000,000 acres it has already redeemed from a set Sharks who have been robbing the people for years under Republican administration. Madison county Democrat Vallandigham the clerk the Ohio Senate is being rasped pretty thoroughly by the democratic press for betraying his Trust and allowing the Kennedy gang to steal the Senate. From the testimony brought out it looks As though there must have been either a bargain and Sale else stupid blundering the part clerk Vallandigham. But then the whole thing was so grossly managed that it makes us tired to think it. Mansfield shield and planner the remarks general m. 1. Leggett in his decoration Day address in this City in reference to the dangers that threaten this country from the communistic and anarchistic elements were timely and they will receive the Sanction All Good citizens. The danger May now appear no larger than a Many a hand hut the time May come that these Lawless hordes who Are flocking to our shores from foreign lands Avi 11 imperil the peace and safety the american Republic and it is Well that the country he prepared to meet Sulci a crisis. Prevention is better than the cure and the Best plan is to crush the threatened calamity before it has burst upon us. The Buffalo Neils says Allen g. Thurman a red banana is the kind a red Flag for the workingmen to follow. Beriah Wilkins for Congress. It is we believe the general understanding that Hon. Beriah Wilkins is a candidate for renomination to Congress in this District. There Are a number other aspirants a Good men some them a but we Are the opinion that . Wilkins has More friends and supporters throughout the District than any them. He has proved More than an average congressman and it is thought by Many especially the fair thinking voters the District that it would not be the right thing to retire him now when his influence and usefulness is just beginning to be Felt and appreciated. We do not speak As a politician in the matter but As a Friend and neighbor we would like to see . Wilkins returned to Congress and we believe lie Avill he. He will receive the unqualified endorsement his party in Tuscarawas county at the convention saturday Daray Raph Independent. The knights labor Are petitioning Congress to forfeit All unearned land Grants to corporations. This is clearly right. _ the last slave sold in Virgina in the Spring 1805 for a Hundred head cabbage plants. There Are 590 g. A. Posts in Ohio with a membership 33,000�?net gain last year 4254. In limbo. One Day last a inter Christian Burkey a Farmer in Sugarcreek township Bro to a gallon Applejack from his brother a drug store in Shanesville for . Samuel Stetler a Hoot and shoe merchant in this place. Or. Stetler placed the Little Brown Jug underneath his counter in the presence two cobblers in his employ one a negro by the name Cramer and the other a Little 2x4 German named. They had a key to the store and the following morning sunday entered the place and got the outside . Stetler Applejack leaving nothing but the Cork and empty Jug. For this act they Avert both discharged. Sometime afterwards Cramer and one Charles Armogast drove to the residence Christian Burkey the Man who had brought the Applejack for . Stetler and represented themselves As United states officers demanding $100 from Burkey claiming that he had violated the Rev Enue Law in furnishing liquor to Stetler. Burkey is an honest old Farmer who can scarcely understand the English language. Cramer and his Confederate both speak German and finally succeeded by threats in obtaining a note from Burkey hearing Date March 20th, 1880, and made payable to Armogast. They then returned to new Philadelphia and made several unsuccessful attempts to negotiate a Sale the note. Finally they went to . Stetler the Man from whom they stole the Applejack and for which offence they Avert discharged from his employ. Or. Stetler discounted the note and the rascals departed with Well tilled wallets Cramer making a Hasty exit for a More congenial dime. Armogast remained at Home following his avocation Coal Digger. A few Days ago Deputy Revenue collector j. T. Mccullough accompanied by his assistant e. P. Degrief visited . Burkey to ascertain facts in the Case it having been charged by Cramer that . Put. Had been unlawfully engaged in the manufacture whisky As a Burkey proved himself innocent and District Deputy f. Marshal John a. Sluth our this place was notified. On tuesday that official went to Tippecanoe Harrison county and arrested Cramer who was brought Here and then taken to Cleveland where he Avill have a hearing before the United states District court m that City. Armogast seceded in getting away and at present writing his whereabouts is unknown. 11 was a pretty Slick game adroitly managed and someone is bound to lose $100 by the operation while there Are a couple candidates surely elected for the Hio pen. Go to Cleveland july 5th. The greatest Celebration Over known in Northern Ohio to to at Clave and the 5th july. Order the Day National Salute 88 guns at 8 clock trap shooting for prize at nine base Ball for prize at 10 artillery Battle at 1 clock rope walking by professor det nor Illinois at 2 clock balloon ascension at 2 30 destruction the old Mill at 3 80 clock. East Cleveland Street cars run within one half mile the grounds. I not leave your children under ten at Home it costs nothing to bring them and they Avill 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 Sale at Lehman a news store. People will lie there from Buffalo new York fort Wayne etc., and surely people from All Over Ohio should see the Days doings at Cleveland. Buy your tickets to save the Rush at the Gates. The Twenty second annual commencement the new Philadelphia High school Avill take place at Campbells music Hall Friday evening june 11th, when the following program will be observed invocation Rev. J. Ii. Dodd. Music a piano Solo Faust a Bessie Hoover. Essays Gate fastenings Carrie Roll. Essays Pluck Jaberg. Essav the Mirage Ella Dodd. Usico essays miss m feta Eli Arol 1. Essays Plain covers Cora Ashbaugh. Essays strikes Sadie Stoody. Part second. Piano Duette qui Vive Cora Ashbaugh and Carrie Roll. Essays Iron Nora Dodd. Essays Cut let wet it so Annie Amos. Essays Bilge water Ella it >1 instead. Vocal Solo the Huntsman a Horny Nettie Flora. Essay a a Cluster stars a Bessie Hoover. Essays the decline literature de. Douthitt. Presentation diplomas. Music. A sad affair. Judge Barnhill and f. Douthitt esq., have fitted up their respective offices in elegant style. Carpets now occupy the place Bare floors and Dusty Hooks and papers present the appearance having passed through a gentle wind storm. Cobwebs Are an unknown Quantity within the domicile these Legal luminaries and Blackstone bang Gers and old quills pens in stands and a stray quid the Weed Here and there have been served with extradition papers. The j Edge tacked Down his own carpet and now has three four lingers Laid up Lor repairs but he did no to even utter a single naughty word and is now supremely Happy As is also his worthy Conlogue . Douthitt. An Ann Arbor micli., Young Man resolved that every la Bill coming into his Possession he would put into the Bank every $5 would go Tavard a fund for buying clothes etc., a Ery $1 Bill Coin should go for Hoard a Ashing etc., every 25 and 10 cent piece to an ice Cream soda Avater and so fort i fund for the girls and the pennies for Church collection. At the end six months he balanced up and found $0.27 for the Church collection fund $65.35 expended in the ice Cream girl fund he avas three weeks behind with his Board the $1 fund had accumulated just $20 for the new clothes fund and Hadnot a red cent in the $10 fund. Tuscarawas county is entitled to 46 delegates in the democratic congressional convention at Coshocton wednesday j Une 23d. The subject for evening services at the presbyterian Church next Sabbath will be a your All Are invited to attend. On Sabbath afternoon about 3 clock our Community avas startled by the announcement that a Young son Jacob Sheumaker this City had been drowned while bathing in the River at the outskirts town. A Large Croud people soon gathered at the spot and after three quarters an hour diligent search the body the unfortunate Little fellow avas recovered in about five feet water. Together Avith Sev eral companions he had been floating in the River with an old Railroad tie when the Timber drifted out into a deep place in the River when it was struck by a Strong current and turned upside Down. Or. Schema Kerr a son was the Only one then with the tie and not being Strong enough to Battle with the angry Waters the Little fellow went to the Bottom and when found avas lying upon his face. Every Effort possible was made towards resuscitation hut the spirit the unfortunate Hoy had gone to his maker. The body was brought Home and the feelings the grief stricken parents can better he imagined than described. Charles Frank Sheumaker the deceased was aged 9 years the 14th last May anti was a Bright Hoy More than Ordinary intelligence for his years and a Pupil miss. Shillings school. In the morning before the sad Accident occurred the Little fellow attended lutheran Sabbath school Happy and cheerful As usual. He was beloved by All his playmates and a Large number elder people who Kii Eav him for his kind Good natured generous disposition. The funeral took place tuesday and avas attended by a Large number friends who deeply sympathize with the bereaved parents. His former Little companions in the school room were in attendance and showed signs great sorrow a when they cast a Little Bunch Flowers into the grave their departed playmate. The services were conducted by Rev. Wisner the German reformed Church. We find the following item concerning our worthy Rev. Jas. A. Cook presbyterian Church in the Freeport press last week the general Assembly the presbyterian Church closed its session at Minneapolis recently. Rev. Jas. A. Cook a former Freeport Hoy hut now the popular presbyterian minister new Philadelphia was a Delegate to that body distinguished men. He seems to attract attention even among so Many his Peers As the Fol leaving from the Minneapolis Tribune will show a a a striking face in the Assembly is that Rev. Jas. A. Cook new Philadelphia Ohio. He is a very eloquent preacher and should he address the Assembly he will he listened to with great interest. He was a successful lawyer for several years before he entered the ministry and he has Well used his Legal experience in his present Tuscarawas county has ten weekly papers. There aught to he a few More. People Are just aching to he asked to support a new chronicle. Before the end the year some them will be a a still there is a Fine Chance for a new one at a Riehs Villez to die. Dover has had five in As Many years and All Are in their Little Graves. The Phelps Brothers ran three different Grce Beek papers Here then Watson and his hackers started the Argus and A. Phelps started an Independent paper. Their sunken Graves Are All visible in the newspaper cemetery. Others Are trying to till the Long Felt and Watson is still deck and done to you forget it a a Beverly Scott. The c. Amp m. Will run a cheap excursion from All Points their line to Cleveland and Niagara Falls saturday june 19th, 1886, via Valley by and the famous a a Nickle plate a arriving in Cleveland at 1 40 p. M., and having eight hours in Cleveland arriving at viagra Falls at 0 clock sunday morning. Returning leave the Falls sunday evening arriving in Cleveland Early monday morning. There one two Days May be spent if desired. This will be a splendid Opportunity to visit both the Niagara Falls and the a a Forest rates Are extremely Yoav both to the Falls and Cleveland. Round trip from canal Dover to Niagara Falls $4.50, to Cleveland $2. The returns made by the assessors Tuscarawas county to the auditor show that 104 persons Are engaged in the traffic in intoxicating liquors that number at least so listed reported. There Are a few others in the county who refused to make return. Of these 104 reported 76 pay the $200 tax and 28 pay the $100. The total Revenue derived from this source amounts to $18,000, most which Viii go to the general Revenue fund the corporations in which the saloons Are located. New Philadelphia reports 21 saloons which will pay into the Treasury $4,000. Canal Dover reports the same number and Uhrichsville and Dennison each report . The path the Bohemian Oats agent is not strewn with roses at present so much As it was a few years ago. Clarence Betts Williams county o., who has been engaged in the Bohemian Oats business was recently indicted the charge obtaining signatures to notes false pretences. If a conviction can he made under this indictment it will land a number swindlers in the Ohio Penitentiary. It is also probable that a number others May he a sent up As accomplices to the crimes. Eden America there will he a grand excursion to Camp Chippewa Chippewa makeover the c. L. A w. R., thursday j Une 17th. A special train will leave Uhr Clis Ville about 7 00 a. M., arriving at new Philadelphia about 7 30 a. Standard time. Stops will also he made at canal Dover and Strasburg. Low excursion rates have been secured for the round trip. Chipp Eava Lake is justly named the a a Eden America a and a grand Good time is guaranteed All who go. Procure your tickets in time. 100,000 pounds Avo i wanted. Call a j. Burry amp sox. 23w4 personal notes. Miss. Ozella crites this place is visiting friends in Mineral. Or. Smith and wife spent Sabbath last Avith the formers parents in Harrison county. Mrs. Biehle Philadelphia is the guest her brother t. K. Williams this City. Miss Blanche Pool an accomplished lady Angola Indiana is the guest miss Julia ditto this City. Hon. Garrett Smith newcomers town was the guest his son in Law prosecuting attorney Wilkin sunday last. Allie and dote Latimer left monday this a Eek for Kansas City mo., where they a to visit friends and relatives and will be absent for several weeks. A Little daughter was Horn to . And mrs. Will Dewandler wednesday last the 1 first fruits a Happy married life. On wednesday we enjoyed a pleasant visit from our esteemed Friend . Maurer the firm Baad a Maurer who conduct an extensive general store at Bolivar. Infirmary director Porter gave the times office a pleasant Call monday. Porter is a valuable member the Board and ave Hope he May consent to remain there for sometime to come. James m. Stephenson Lee Burgh just graduated from the Law office a. L. Neely in new Philadelphia. Or. Will make his Mark in the Legal profession if close application will bring about the chronicle. Mrs. Ross j. Alexander Bridgeport Ohio and mrs. Isaac Askew Kansas City mo., Are visiting relatives in this City the former the guest the family c. Welty and the latter the guest the family Daniel Korns. Or. Moore proprietor the times returns thanks for a Liberal Supply elegant cake from the Mcgregor Judy wedding party and himself and wife extend Best wishes for a Long life unalloyed happiness for the newly ave dded couple. Sex commissioner ii. B. Kefer returned Home from Washington d. �?T., one Day last week. Harry is doorkeeper for the Navy committee and since being at the seat government has become somewhat a walking encyclopedia and has a fund knowledge at his linger ends. He a the same old Coon As in the Days Yore and has Many friends at the a a huh who were glad to see him again. He will return to his position duty in the course three four weeks. Johnny Wasserfallen has purchased a Home and piece land about one mile from Bricktown the Yorktown Road Valiere he has opened a Saloon and restaurant. Lie Avill keep fresh lager and cold lunch and travellers passing that Avay Avill always find genial Johnny hand to accommodate them. His place will be clean and orderly and conducted after the manner Good old fashioned Wayside inns. A Young Man named Cheny whose father resides near the Philadelphia roads this county was drowned Sabbath last about 8 clock in big Stillwater near Parrish a . He had gone in to Bathe got into water fifteen feet deep and being unable to swim went to the Bottom. The body was recovered an hour afterwards. Children a services will he held next Sabbath morning at the presbyterian Church beginning promptly at 10 clock a. Rev. Cook will address the children giving a description to his trip to the Northwest including a synopsis proceedings before the presbyterian general Assembly. Parents Are cordially invited to attend. Married june 6, 1886, at Baltic Ohio by Rev. Wilson Yeisley at the residence the brides parents in Baltic . Oscar Londquist Mayville n. Y., to miss Retta Woodruff Baltic Ohio. Also by the same june 5, 1s86, . John Maul and miss Sarah Shulter. Both Tuscarawas county Ohio. Dannie son mayor Korns aged 21 years is dangerously ill at his Hom amp in this place lie has been an invalid for 12 years hut was up to within a few weeks Able to he about the House and the streets. His condition is now critical and recovery doubtful. The Phoenix club East Liverpool consisting forty members will arrive in new Philadelphia july 5th, and will pitch their tents in the Park the Banks the Tuscarawas River near town. The club will be accompanied by the fast Liverpool Cornet band an excellent musical organization. A Fisherman George Mccauley had one his legs broken the other Day by a slap from the the Tail a Large Sturgeon that he was trying to land in Delaware Hay. We publish this item As a timely warning to the fishing club in new Philadelphia which hippy Mose and Blacker Are members. We were shown a Box strawberries the other Day that were raised by we. Fribley old town Valley the largest which weighed two ounces and eighteen tipped the Scales at one Pound. The fruit was solid and delicious flavor. the lava empowering Village school examiners to Grant five years certificates to teachers has been repealed. Three years is the highest that can now be issued much to the disappointment some applicants who would have taken five years certificates. Get your engine Thresher reaper Mower repairing any kind done at Sharp amp songs foundry and machine shop. 22 Rev. I. I. Gorby Dayton Ohio has taken charge the u. B. Congregation in this place and services will be held in the Church regularly every Sabbath morning anti evening. Rev. Gorby comes into our midst with his family and is a Young Man ability Well qualified for the Mission which lie has undertaken. On Sabbath lat he at tended a Sabbath school convention at Pike run which the gentleman reports As being largely attended and very profitable. Joseph Smith livery Man died at Liis residence in this place saturday night last aged 40 years after an illness two weeks. A postmortem showed that death resulted from enlargement the liver. Deceased was a kind hearted Man and at one time was Worth $50,000 $60,000, hut it slipped away from him partly through his generosity by endorsing for his friends. A wife and several Small children arc left. Janies g. Douglass sprinkled live Gallons gasoline the carpets and furniture at his residence in Detroit to kill Moths. Shortly afterwards while sitting in the dining room with his wife and a Domestic named Emma Dickins an explosion gasoline Gas occurred which shattered the House from cellar to Attice and seriously burned . And mrs. Douglas and the servant. The House was damaged to the extent $2,000. Any one desiring to sell Exchange buy real estate any kind chattels will do Well to Call the proprietor the times who will act As agent for the same reasonable terms. No charges made for advertising in the times when you employ us As agent. No names parties Given to the Public hut made known Only to those wishing to Purchase. Of Section 4717 was amended m exempt every Soldier from Avi this amendment As Many the ready worked in Public highways lit hereafter. The revised statutes a 13th, 1886, so As to honorable discharged Irving the roads came a Little too late old soldiers have Al their two Days the All will get the Benc London is agitated because some persons unknown have been chalking the letters a a a. S.,�?� with an Arrow pointing Westward All Over the Walls and pavements the City. It is supposed by the London police to have something to do with the socialists. Not a hit it. It Means Gin Sling and hints that the great Republic the West is the Only place where it grows to perfection. The Cleveland i Ress says that the coming two weeks president Cleveland will be one the Best natured sweetest creatures in the world. Two weeks later he will kick the family cat through the parlor window make nine changes in his Cabinet and advertise for a new private Secretary who shall he deaf and mind. The presbyterian general Assembly in session at Minneapolis Lias decided to hold the one Hundredth general Assembly at Philadelphia in 1888, and to make the second thursday the session a Day Jubilee All Over the world and to raise a Centenary fund $5,000,-006, for the Benefit various Church enterprises. A dispatch from Bellaire states that the Cleveland Lorain a Wheeling Road has been making arrangements to extend to that City. Rights Avay have been secured and terminal facilities at Bellaire purchased. Work the roadbed it is expected will to commenced within thirty Days. A Man in Smithville Clay county mo., had a wife Avo was 6 feet 3 inches Long. She died. He bought an Ordinary coffin and tried to get the body into it. After experimenting for a while he took a saw and amputated the limbs above the Ankles. They Tell this Story just before Camp meeting time. Big reductions everything in the store. Come and see the largest and cheapest line window shades curtain poles Spring rollers and Wall paper. We warrant them cheaper than at any Oulu House in the county. Wells drug store new Tiila Delphua Ohio. 21 Hon. Beriah Wilkin succeeded in having his Bill pass the House saturday by a unanimous vote whereby $100,000 is appropriated to erect a government building in Zanesville. Or. Wilkin is an Active energetic worker and has made an excellent congressman. The Fassett Hill passed in the closing hours the legislature extends the term All county auditors now in Liliee ten months. A change was made necessary after the change election from october to november. The democratic county convention saturday next to be held in new Philadelphia will he largely attended. Every Democrat in the county is invited to he present and the executive committee has so stated through the times. Lou Colorado who was taken to the insane Asylum from Dover Over a year ago died at that institution tuesday and his remains were brought Home for enter mint thursday. A Reader the times writes As follows a a suppose a Wall is 50 feet High How Long would a ladder have to be that if you move it away from the Wall one foot it would move Down the Wall one foot a unclaimed letters. Democratic county convention. 1 to democrats Tuscarawas county Are requested to meet at the usual places holding their primary elections in the respective townships and election precincts Friday june 11, 18s0, from 8 clock p. To 6 clock p. Of said Day except in the precincts Goshen and Mill township Newport precinct at the store John Lambright. Dennison precinct at the mayors office from 5 to 7 clock p. Precincts 1 and 2, in Mill township at the office j. A. Wilkins from 4 to 7 clock p. Goshen precincts 2 and 3, from 1 to 7 clock p. Of said Dayan organize said meetings respectively let a selecting a chairman and Secretary who shall act As tellers and proceed to choose by ballot delegates to represent said townships and election precincts in the democratic county convention to he held at new Philadelphia Ohio saturday june 12th, 1886, at ten clock a. M., to nominate candidates for the following offices and in the following order Viz one county commissioner one infirmary director one Coroner. Also to choose delegates to the District and circuit judicial conventions and congressional and state conventions and transact such other business As May properly come before the county convention. Each township and election precinct will he entitled to delegates in the county convention upon the following basis one Delegate for every 25 votes and one for every fraction 18 vote s cast for George Hoadly for governor in october 1885, which will give each township and election precinct the number votes Here stated Viz votes. Auburn. 7 Bucks. 10 Clay. 5 Dover. 22 Fairfield. 8 Franklin. 5 Goshen precinct no. 1 5 j Effer Smi. Lawrence. Mill Uhrichsville precinct no. 1. A a Dennison precinct. A a Newport precinct. Ford. Rush. Salem. Sandy. Sugarcreek. I Timon. Warren. Warwick. Washington. Wayne York. Total. 0 1 s 4 4 to s i 1 now Oiler a bargain in land that will pay any one desiring to Purchase Trade to investigate. The tract contains 200 acres All in Timber situated in Vinton county Ohio Twenty Miles from Chillicothe Ross county and ten Miles from Londonderry station. A new proposed line Railroad will pass within five Miles said land which is within two and a half Miles Eagle Mills Post office where there is a Church and a school. The land is average Quality and Well timbered consisting White Oak Hickory and Chestnut Oak. The Timber and Tan bark alone if properly handled will pay for the same. The land is not broken and Hilly As some lands Are hut can be divided into Nice Fields from 15 to 25 acres and will make a desirable farm. Good title guaranteed. Will sell said land easy terms and at a bargain will Exchange for a general Stock merchandise Good livery Stock a Small farm near Railroad. Parties desiring to Trade not having Stock enough to meet our Price can have easy payments the difference. The owner is not Able to Clear lip and look after this land and will give some one a bargain. Any one desiring to Purchase Trade Avill Call address the proprietor the times new Philadelphia Ohio who will furnish you with information concerning the same. Of it is As essential to use pure linseed Oil As it is pure White Lead to have a Good Job painting but now Over one half tin linseed Oil sold Here is adulterated save samples sold Here showing one half adulteration. A great Deal is adulterated wit Havish Oil a us Rosin Oil. The simplest and cheapest Tost for pure linseed Oil is to Ticke i be half Oil and one half nitric Racku Enid shake in a narrow bottle for Livi no nuts and then let stand a few i i Uiti if raw Oil the color will if strip car pure a Light Cinnam ii coir if boiled Oil the upper strata Yff be a cinnamon Brown and the Liwer strata colourless. The different Coors and stratus show the per cent adulteration. These tests will be made free to All who want genuine linseed Gil and we warrant every gallon our Oil to respond to the test for purity. This test is adopted now by the boards Trade most our Large cities. Call at Wells drug store new Philadelphia Ohio. 21 a american pen Art graduates Are making from $75 to $150 a month teaching penmanship awhile others make As much writing cards in cities. Write for circulars concerning the new method teaching. I. Bixler. 20-w8 Prin. And author Wooster The chairman and secretaries the primary meetings will see that the names delegates chosen Are properly certified to the convention. By order the democratic county ventral Ommittee. Jos. T. Mccullough chairman. I. G entsc1i, see y. Democratic congressional convention sixteenth District. The democratic voters the sixteenth congressional District Ohio e imposed the counties Coshocton Holmes Licking Muski Ngum and Tuscarawas Are hereby notified that the congressional convention said District will be held at Coshocton wed j mesday the 23d Day june Fiso for j the purpose nominating one Candi Date for member Congress. The basis representation to it it which each it it the said counties is respectively entitled is the following ratio one Delegate for each one Hundred votes East for George Hoadly for governor at the state election in 1885, and an additional Delegate for each remainder j a to More votes so eat. The several counties Are entitled to the following number delegates in said convention Coshocton. Ipoh la a. Licking. Uski Ngum. Tuscarawas total. Low prices still continue at Wells drug store. Obi nine 85 cents. Morphine 4o cts. A bottle. A Cash discount Given All purchases $1 Over from 5 to Over cent. This discount is the entire Stoehs except Lead and Oil. The largest Stock mixed paints White Lead linseed Oil and varnishes All tie equity. A full Stock painters applies hand always. The largest Stock Wall paper in the county and every Roll is new Stock. Come and examine before buying. Wells drug store new Philadelphia. 19 d. Gent sell not having been Able to close exit his Stock drugs etc., As an entirety lie desires to say to his numerous customers that he Lias resupplied Many deficiencies in goods and will he found at Liis Fine store in the Exchange Block As heretofore. He offers Fine bargains an Many goods which he has a ski plus and in All respects will Endeavor to keep up the reputation the store for the greatest variety and lowest prices. Give him a Call. 15 for sle. place business in Piil Lisburg 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 easy payments. Eight location and bus j rooms in the House. Iness Good. I a it a f John w. Shull. Rads. Dot re a s. T Long it i gut to Call j. Burry amp son iu7 88 when you my e in heed carpets As we .8011 80 to Ltd 11< >i1ii<i to 1 red lice our Toek and will it27 a a it j Dollci them it Beh it a c it t. All Wool .5226 52 extra supers at 85 rents per Yard in. 1618 46 Ivonin it. We have just to r be eyed a Ltd use prints a 6 sol 1 1 a it it it at r. Per Yar it i. A Merabe it Oll Gress 2<>\v a Bui cry a son. Tin sixth a nth Dis tact. T. It Aumi a Secretary. I. N it it it a i 11. Transfers real estate. John m. Mowl to Wible Wentz 8 lot 18, j Lover $1,000. T it. It i for Sale Good Coal Bank i i excellent working order. Four ear.-, 8 screens and 2 nut Coal san Eris. Eight acres a 8 foot 4 Inch vein Good Coal. Located within 1 mile it it new Philadelphia with Good custom. Enquire at times office. J9wl David Gram to Simon Kiser 1 100 acres Clay town hip 8 son. Sheriff Bowers 820, 1 Lover. $1,400. For see. A very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per to George Walter lot i cent interest investment. Also other desirable lots and properties. John a. Himes new Philadelphia 18tf John English to John e. Emerson 1 9-100 car Ltd Goshen township Loo. Sarah Newton to c. W. Walker 22a acre Warwick township $1,500. John Eichenlamb to Frederic Wiehen Lamb 77 acres Salem township $2,000. James a. Catcott to Ellsworth Brick 1 acre Auburn. $80. Wall paper Walt slew Stock latest Tyles and in new Phila a Ipi iia guarantee at d. It. Gentle he shrug Hook and Wall a Iper store. 15 Lewis j. Dell to John m. Win 2 acres Gnaden Hutton $125. Land artificial text Ali $5.50 per set at . I. L. Mitchells dental office. New Phila Loretta and e. P. Degrie Lind lot 8, Dover $900. To n. Ii. Ridgeway Burton amp co., to Fred Stahl 22 acres Sandy township 1,018.02. Delphia it it. Gold fillings ment 25c., at 1 it a. Philadelphia it. 17-Yl 1.00 Silver 50c. Be Mitchells office new 17-Yl Jacob Kratz to Alexander a. Lot 70, Shanesville $800. Miller William Mccreary to Eli ii. Green 24 acres Washington township $875. Common pleas court. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office june 7, 1886 w i Mckee Lizzie Rankin Rev j w Winett Susan Jane Riggle a snelus miss Lena Burg Edward Bair Charles Hively m r Marks John j Brown. E. Fribley p. Down in Galveston water is Selling for 50 cents a barrel. It is a Fortunat thing the Galveston ans done to drink water. Assignment cases to june 15th. The new 5 and 30 cent store takes the cake and whole bakery for substantial goods and Low prices. You can buy More tinware and glassware at the new 5 and 10 cent store next door to m Iller a songs drug store than anywhere else in this Congress ional District. Friday june 11. 122. Frank Siegel is e Brothers. Persons desiring to loan Money can 111. Lilly May Douglas is James have the same placed at 8 per cent., secured by mortgage first class real estate by John a. Himes new Philadelphia 18tf Kennedy. Tuesday tune 15. 107. Gregg company is William Wingate. Georgia watermelons which take a stronger hold the religious nature even than Sam Jones will soon he doing their work in the North. Reaper and Mower knives and sections l All kinds machines at Sharp songs. A 2j

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