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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - June 17, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio Or Al 1 he Philadelphia or a Imes. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday june 17, 18s6. Number hew Moore proprietor. W. Ii. Watson filitor thursday june 17, 1886. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. A of tie new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in advance.1 it it if not paid within six months. 1 50 Tfir remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. Tai 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 forming the publishers and the paper is sent to the former direction they Are la id responsible 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. Wilkins state . W. Crites j. 1 Lance a Quot j. S. La Earle common pleas judges. County. J Francis Ankney j. A. Yeagley a. F. Wilkins to. Figert 1. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey i. L. Kennedy j. 1. Neumann s. Rut or w. E. Lash r. Benner .0.11. Hoover j. Wherley it w. Rogers l. Krantz Sec City. Daniel James 11. Elijah Philip commissioner John s. Graham.1 Jacob c. Fletcher Council we. Campbell. Andrew representative. Probate judge. Prosecuting attorney. . Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Justices. Names. Daniel Krebs. James w Stoutt George Bear. Isaac couts. Henry Deible. T Richardson. R g Galbraith. T k Robinson. Philip a Garver John Smith. Jas Galbraeth. John Milone. Samuel Moore. T b Rankin. L s Winsch. And Timmerman. S y Renneker. L s Mckinney. We e Beck. Samuel c Kline. J ii Gardner. Robot Coruthers John Wetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. T h Mozena. Joseph Healen. Chas f Davis. C c Fernsel. Levi Travis. J w Newbury. Jos ii Lostetter Nich Montag Wesley m Tracy John b Jones. Hiram Climan. David Breymeir Lewis c Zollars. I a Cornett. John s Spring. Charles h Ellers John w Rolli. Hugh t Minnis. C w Kinsley. I h Kuhn. s Wagner. J 1, Baldwin. Townships. Post office. Clay. Lock no. 17. Wayne. Dundee. Perry. Cadwallader. Washington Paoli. 1bucks. Baltic. Sugar Creek. Slanesville. Warwick. Tuscarawas. Warren. New Cumberland Franklin. Strasburg. Goshen. Barnhill. Kush. Tippecanoe. Mill. Uhrichsville. Goshen. New Philada a. Bush. Gnadenhutten. Clay. Gnadenhutten. Perry. Cadwallader. Fairfield. New Philada a. Sandy. Mineral City. Goshen. New Philada a. Lawrence. Bolivar. Warren. New Cumberland Washington Albany. Wayne. Dundee. York. New philae a. Bucks. Baltic. Salem. Port Washington Mill. Uhrichsville. Mill. Dennison. Oxford. Newcomerstown Franklin. Strasburg. Auburn. Ragersville. I not Var. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. Lundy. Mineral City. Auburn. Rogersville. Warwick. Tuscarawas. Lawrence. Zoar. Sugar Creek. Shan Covilie. Salem. Port Washington Jefferson. Port Washington Fairfield. Zoar station. Jefferson. Stone Creek. Roslien. New Philada a. Oxford. Newcomerstown York. Black band. Union. Uhrichsville. Union. Lees i lie. Church directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 of clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. I Tristia every lords Day morning at 10 30 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lord s Day of each month. Sunday school at 9 of clock a. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 of clock p. In. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 of clock. German every sunday at 1030ja. And 2 15 p. M., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the Glrst sunday of morning service of each month concert in tiie evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 of clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United . Telling every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 of clock . Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. 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 a Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, i Amp a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. 1,. Mall value . G. L. , Sec 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. I. 0. O. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Udd Fellows Hall. F. Kislig n. G. I. A. Com , Letec. Sec a. I. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stempi Fly n. G. P. Sehl Alec. Sec a. 1. . Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday of each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. J. J. Parr c. P. I. A. Correll scribe. I. O. 0. . P. U. 0., no. 8, meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. It. J. In. Dodd Comdr. S. Hirst Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post. No. 6, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. W. Bowers commander. Royal Council meets every first and third Friday of each month in knights of pythias Hall. W ii. Miller Regent. J. S. Bigler Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday of each month at g. Lylall. E. Kaserman pres we. Bowers Cor. Sec a. Prances Ito Mig 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 care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank a Job not endorsed by icon. Beriah a ilk ins. A dispatch from Washington i. C., dated june loth says a portion of the new York press is assailing air. Wilkins upon the theory that As a member of the committee on Public buildings and grounds lie has pocketed the Hill accepting the Alt. Mcgregor cottage where Grant died. If the facts connected with the Hill were known it is not Likely that the people would disapprove of the suppressing of the Bill though in truth air. Wilkins has not pocketed it. The measure was introduced by representative West of new York. It purports to he a Mere acceptance of the cottage As a gift from its owner air. Drexel hut there Are conditions coupled with it. The United states Are to expend $20,000 in repairing it and a permanent janitor is to be employed. Opposite the cottage is a hotel owned by a Stock company and the Only Means of Access to the Mountain is by the Alt. Al Cgregor railway also owned by a Stock company. It is said that air. West is a stockholder in one or both of these enterprises. As to the Bill itself the committee is opposed to it and if any report had to he made it would he an Adverse one. Therefore Mere neglect is no worse. The committee consider the precedent a bad one. Some scheme to buy the cottage at Elberon would follow. Monticello and Alon Pelier Mittli be put into the governmental Market. There has been a scheme pending for years to $12,00u for the House opposite the old Ford theater where Lincoln died hut neither Republican nor democratic Congress Ever approved it. The example of the Alt. Vernon Purchase by ladies has been regarded As a Good precedent when a desire for perpetuating historic Homes seizes the mind. The Alt. Al Cgregor gift clearly appears to be a neat scheme for having the United states provide the attraction and allow some private citizen to own exclusively All the Means of reaching the place of exhibition. The Dea socratic duty. The Cleveland Plain dealer says editorially the path which the democracy of Ohio must follow if they desire Success at the elections this year is so Plain As to need no Gui Deboard to Point it out. The most important duty is to elect All the democratic congressmen possible. In this Way they have to face the fact of a Gerrymander by which the republicans expect to secure a Large majority of the delegation. It is All important for either party in the next Congress that the Ohio delegation he secured As that delegation May turn the scale Between the two parties in the House. In spite of the Gerrymander we believe that the democrats May carry the delegation hut this is Only possible by hard work and Complete unanimity a a Long pull and a Strong pull and a pull All with divisions or apathy a sure defeat awaits them. The duty of the democrats of Ohio therefore is to yield individual preference and individual ambitions in every instance to the party welfare. The object must be to nominate the very Best Man in each District and then work unitedly and vigorously for his election. Whatever disappointments May result from the nominations must be accepted As the Fortune of politics and no heart burnings follow. Above All the National administration must have the genuine and Hearty support of every one who professes to be a member of the democratic party. This is As necessary to the individual As to the party. The masses of the party Are Loyal to the party and to the administration which they placed in Power. They demand that loyalty from every one who seeks or May hereafter seek honors at their hands As a Democrat. They will tolerate no Mutiny and no sulking in the tent. That Democrat who does not in the coming Campaign go heartily with his party and the party administration will hereafter have to to it alone. An old gentleman who was on intimate terms at the White House during the late War said a stories about air. Lincoln Are plenty enough hut 1 will Tell you one which i can vouch for As being True and which As far As my knowledge is concerned has never been in print. One of air. Lincoln a most esteemed friends was sex governor Tod of Ohio lie was a quiet old character and Lincoln loved him for his honesty ability and native shrewdness. Atone time he thought of air. Tod in connection with the Secretary ship of the Treasury but afterwards he gave him a foreign Mission. One evening when air. Tod was in town air. Lincoln invited him Over to the a hit House. They had a Long Chijju together when at. Lincoln finally said a look Here Tod How is it that you spell your name with Only one d ? i married a Todd hut she spelled her name with two Dos All of her relatives do the same. A of Are the first Tod i Ever met who spelled his name with so few a old Tod looked at air. Lincoln in his peculiarly quizzing manner and then replied a air. President god spells his name with Only one a and what is Good enough for god is Good enough for a a a air. Lincoln used to repeat the Story to some of his More intimate friends and every time lie did so he would laugh until the tears ran Down Over that furrowed but grand Here is a text from which some of our eloquent clergymen might preach a Good Sermon if they can find time not occupied in showing the failings of the press. A girl in Lilford i�?Ta., was a regular attendant at Church. Some of the lady members of the Church wrote to her that they preferred she should not come to services unless she was better dressed. She afterwards stole some articles of personal adornment was caught and sentenced to four months in the Penitentiary. Olive Logan in a letter to the enquirer describes the Beautiful Home of Victoria Woodhull in England. She is now the wife of a successful banker named Lartin. It is not generally known but it is a fact that Victoria is a Buckeye girl born in notes. Ashland press the Haley Bill making it unlawful for minors to play Pool was made a Law let fore the adjournment of the legislature. The boys who Are not yet 21 years of age will take the Cue from this information hereafter instead of the billiard Racks. The new Law will curtail the amusement of the Young chaps somewhat hut it will he All the better for their pockets and morals and when they grow into full manhood they will Revere legislator Illey As a great and Good Man. Ai Carthur Democrat enquirer the Bill to tax Ole Margarine and bogus butter of All kinds out of existence has passed Congress and is now a Law. The old cow is now a a protected a and Cotton seed Oil has received a Black Eye although it is cleaner and More wholesome for the human stomach than a Large proportion of the butter sold As the product of milk from the cow. What the people now want is Protection from this class of a a genuine butter. I f Congress is going into the business of prescribing what is lit for food and what is not let it Lix a Standard and say How much dirt and hair to the Square Inch genuine cows butter May contain and still he sold As food. Ave Stern re scree Democrat the great Sale of Wool at St. Louis last week amounted to hut Little As indicating the Price of Wool for this season. The Wool sold was Texas and Wyoming wools of very inferior Quality. Wool men say it brought a big Price considering the Quality. Alan shield shield and Danner Rev. F. K. Brooke pastor of the episcopal Church of Sandusky has been forced to resign his pastorate by the prosecutions of the members of his Church because of his being a Democrat and voting for Cleveland at the last presidential election. A number of his members sought to intimidate him into voting for Blaine and failing in this they have Laboured Ever since to make Lite a Burden to the preacher. A ill we hear a chorus of howls from the Republican press about this instance of political persecution not much. Xenia Democrat Zeics we have great Hope that the workingmen of this country will he led to see the evil cd facts of Twenty years of Republican monopolizing and millionaire engendering misrule in this country and look to the democracy for the Only Hope As Powderly their Leader has. Among the really Good Hills recently presented Congress is that of senator Beck which forbids under penalty of a Fine of $5,000 and a term of imprisonment any representative or senator from acting As attorney or agent for any Railroad company that has received a land Grant from Congress. Had a Law like this been rigidly enforced since the War we would have been spared More than one scandal and More than one piece of corrupt legislation. It is related that not Long ago senators Edmunds and Evarts appeared As the paid attorneys of the Central Pacific Railroad company before the United states supreme court though both of them Are members of the Senate committee. How could these men act impartially regarding legislation effecting the interests of the Central Pacific both of them Are wealthy men and they can afford to avoid Legal engagement that present cause for reasonable suspicion. A Bank president of Columbus Ohio hired a plasterer to do a Job stipulating that the Man should forfeit $15 for each Day which should elapse Over the time in which the Job was to he done. The work lacked half a Day of being done when the plasterer who is a National guardsman was ordered to accompany his regiment to Cincinnati to Aid in suppressing the threatened riots. He went like a Good Soldier and As soon As lie got Home finished the Job. But the banker hold him to the bargain and deducted $10 on account of the time lost in defense of Law and order. The fact that the plasterer was a poor Man and had been out of work All Winter had no effect upon the Bank president. Prince bismark is unhappy because his doctor wants him to shut off on Beer drinking. The Georgia prohibitionists Are now bending All their energies to close the saloons of Spaulding county and they Are calling upon Northern prohibitionists to Send Down tracts. They say however that it would do no Good to Send Down tracts against cider or tobacco. There Isnit much eiderdown there anyway and the use of tobacco is so general that it would seriously injure the cause of Temperance to say anything against it. Summer county will vote on the liquor question on the 17th of this month. One incident in wheat speculation was illustrated on wednesday at Chicago by the delivery of 5,000 bushels of wheat for $1,200 Cash or 24 cents per Bushel. About twice As much was at 11 in time due to the elevator for storage. With insurance and other charges and with the decline in value from 96 cents the Price when the wheat was put into elevator. October 19, 1882, the whole value of the Grain was completely eaten up. George a. Vaughn of Buffalo has a big Confederate Ilag that floated Over the Richmond dispatch office until Richmond fell. Some time ago he wrote to the dispatch people telling them that to had their old Flag and offering to Exchange it for a Union Flag. The answer came promptly and politely that they had had All they wanted of the rebel Flag and that air. Vaughn was quite Welcome to it. A Alassal Luisetto manufacturer who employs 700 men in the Small town where his factories were located recently presented each Man with a new ten Dollar Hill lie had previously marked for identification. The second Day afterwards 410 of these Bills had been deposited in the various Banks by Saloon keepers and in consequence the workmen Are said to have organized a Temperance society. The trustees of the archbishop Purcell estate have brought suit against the Bondsmen of sex Assignee Alan Nix for $300,000, the amount alleged to have been embezzled by Alan Nix. Sex governor Hoadly is one of the Bondsmen. Daniel Korns jr., aged 24 years 6 months and 18 Days son of Daniel Korns Alvayor of new Philadelphia died at the family residence on East High Street thursday last. Deceased had never been in Good health from the time he passed his third year having been vaccinated with impure virus causing hone disease and scr Fula. But while his sufferings were intense at times Dannie endured his terrible affliction with remarkable fortitude and without scarcely a murmur. The premature Gray hairs of a kind indulgent father Bear witness of the tender and affectionate care bestowed upon the unfortunate invalid. A devoted Loving Mother and two Brothers were also unceasing in their efforts to alleviate his every want and never for a moment faltered. The Best of medical Aid was secured but to no purpose. The summons had been served by the Alaster above and there was no alternative but to yield obedience. For three years prior to death Dannie was in communion with his spiritual father through the medium of the presbyterian Church of this City to which he was most devotedly attached. Two Brothers and a sister whom he had never seen proceeded Dannie Over the silent River but live or ten minutes before death occurred Dannie became conscious and calling to his parents said a papa and Mamma Why there is Charley Harry and Annie done to you see them ? there they Are hovering Over a few moments later and the spirit of Dannie joined the loved ones who had gone before him. Aliat a Sermon what a lesson Emmi Cramer the coloured individual who represented himself As a United states officer whereby he secured a note from Christian Burkey of sugar Ercek township a few months ago for $100, had a hearing before the commissioner at Cleveland on monday and in default of $500 bail was bound Over to the october term of the United states court. Cramer removed from new Philadelphia to Tippecanoe Harrison county a few months ago where his wife and several children now Are in a destitute condition. Arbogast an accomplice of Cramer who lied from Here last week has not yet been apprehended. If you want to buy a Good Home in the Beautiful town of new Philadelphia done to forget to Call on the proprietor of the times and he will show you a property at a bargain. It is Well located on a Good Street and in an excellent neighbourhood and convenient to Public share. The lot is 55x264 feet. A Good new two Story Frame House with live rooms Well finished Good cellar and All necessary out buildings including a Good barn Large Cistern and Well of excellent water and a Bountiful Supply of grapes on the premises. It will you to investigate this offer. The Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling Railroad co. Will make excursion rates to Cleveland from All stations North of and including Uhrichsville wednesday june 23, 1880, tickets will be Good going on morning train and returning on train no. 3, leaving Cleavland at 4 of clock p. M., and also on special train leaving Cleveland at 7 of clock p. M., june 23, 1886. This will give All an Opportunity to visit Barnum a great show which exhibits at Cleveland on that Date. Three gentlemen went together into a Philadelphia restaurant and gave their order. Presently they changed their minds and one of them said to the waiter a a 1 say waiter we three ordered clams a while ago did no to we. Avell we have changed our minds. Instead of clams bring us three the waiter said a fall right a and then loudly called to the Cook a three chops for the three clams �?��?2eras sittings. Aliss Helen Al. Knisely daughter of air. Oliver Knisely was married at the residence of her father in this City tuesday evening at 6 30 of clock to air. Robert h. Al Cleary of new joiners town. But few guests were invited of to late bereavement in the family. The couple went direct to their Home at newer Marstown. The times return thanks for a Supply of excellent cake. And now we hear of the a a rugs Sam die. It is worked thus a peddle will Call at a House and sell a Good Rug at a fair Price and a few Days later a Confederate Calls says the Rug was stolen and rather than have any trouble the Rug is surrendered and sold again. Chain the Bull dog in the cellar feed him raw meat and await the arrival of the Rug Man. Stockholders of the feeling amp Lake Erie Road met at Norwalk saturday of last week and organized to fight the suits recently instituted by Wellington parties and others. Claimed that several snap judgments have been found against the stockholders without just cause. There will be several bitter contests in the courts. The democratic Central committee of Muski Ngum county has decided to hold the primaries to select congressional delegates june 19tli. No proxies will be allowed. The contest in that county is Between senator of Neill and e. Wortman a shrewd Young politician and a divided delegation from alus Vingum will be the result. A genuine Albino baby has been Horn to air. And mrs. John Jones of Harrisburg a. The Little thing has hair As White As Snow and Pink eyes and is said to be very pretty. Its parents Are both dark. The presenc3 in the House for Many months past of a tame White rat with Pink eyes is thought to account for the peculiarities of the baby. Confidence men fleeced an old Farmer out of $750 on show Day at new Lisbon. The Farmer was 70 years old but he had More experience that Day than during three score and ten years proceeding it. Three card Monte was the delusive game. All kinds of sewing Alach incs repaired. Also guns locks revolvers clothes a ringers new rollers put on Lawn Flowers sharpened and repaired and All kinds of Job work done by Isaac Johnson. Shop Corner fifth and Avater streets new Philadelphia 25a query. Ain. Editor a like the apostle Paul we also find some things that Are hard to understand and in the following which is a clipping from the editorial of last weeks times june 3, we find something that is indeed hard to understand. To others it May seem very simple but to me it is a puzzler and having worried my brain Over it for a week to no satisfactory solution therefore i submit it to you or. Editor for an explanation a a a Trio of tramps consisting of two men and a depraved woman applied at the residence of Rev. Clayton in Newcomerstown last tuesday for victuals and while the lady of the House was preparing something to give them one of the gang stole a valuable Gold watch and Chain and All decamped. The loss was at once discovered and the thieves were arrested near Coshocton. Better give the tramps a cold shoulder than a cold lunch. They Are an ungrateful set of vampires destitute of character and unworthy of a hat puzzles me is the widely differing modification in this a Trio of tramps a two men and a depraved woman a thus giving the impression that the men were not depraved. If not then Why the woman ? they evidently were Birds of a Feather. Believing that vice Depra vedness or whatsoever contaminates depraved and makes vicious and bad is no respecter of sex therefore cannot understand How it is that that which is depriving in a woman does not deprive a Man even when a Sharer in her crime. Please air. Polit or throw some Light on this for the edification of your lady readers. Very respectfully mrs. Beyer Shan Covilie Ohio. The tramp of to Day is justly recognized by almost every one As a dishonest unscrupulous Lazy wretch nine out of ten of whom Are criminals and depraved beings. Therefore in using the term a tramps a we made the application thorough without mincing words and when a woman is found in company with these a professionals a she must necessarily also he classed in the same category with her depraved male companions red. A severe attack of a a ave Stern fever has induced another one of our Good citizens to place his Beautiful cottage Home on our real estate list to he offered at a sacrifice. There is absolutely a bargain in this offer. A new Story and a half Frame dwelling with a one Story addition containing in All 5 rooms Well finished. Height of Story 10 it. A Good Cistern and necessary out budding on the premises also fruit such As grapes plums and gooseberries. Lot 33x120 ft., on a Good Street. Call at the times office soon if you want a Good bargain. On londay afternoon As the northbound train on the Branch Road was nearing Pekin one mile from Ali Nerva a Little child of a family named Cohn got on the track. The wife of Noah Alo Sholder discovered the child and while attempting to Rescue the Little one both were struck by the engine and instantly killed. Lliam Stonebrook entered a plea of guilty to the charge of picking the pockets of one Charley Stewart near port Washington about two months ago and was sentenced to the Ohio pen for one year where he was taken last tuesday by sheriff Bowers. Two weeks ago a Hen Turkey belonging to air. Frederick who resides near Bakersville Bucks township this county hatched out ten Young turkeys. The Mother died a Short time afterwards and now the old Gobbler has charge of the family and takes Good care of it. A a you say the Trout weighed ten pounds a a yes sir it was the biggest Trout i Ever a and it got away from you a a Zavill you take an oath to that a a a in la take no More oaths 1 swore enough about it when he got statesman. Barnesville has the largest crop of strawberries this year Ever raised in that Vicinity. There Are about fifty acres More devoted to the crop than Ever before. The crop is estimated at 30,000 bushels and will probably net the growers at least $100,000.personal notes. Airs. George a. Kaserman is visiting her sister and Many friends at Eaton Lavayne county this state. Aliss Anna Conn of this place left on tuesday last for a two months visit to her brother at Kansas City Alo. Al iss Ida ploughman of Akron Ohio is visiting her Many friends and relatives on Avest High Street this City. Elias a Altz of Allen county Ohio is spending a few weeks with old friends in Goshen and adjoining townships this county. He seems to enjoy the society of his companions of younger Days and is a Clever old gentleman. Aliss Katie Birkin of Dennison attended commencement exercises of the High school in this City last Friday evening and remained Over Sabbath the guest of Aliss Nellie Rennie on East High Street. Or. J. Al Smith of new Philadelphia assisted by or. Bra Nanof canal Dover drs. Shirey and Custer of Tippecanoe and or. Spence of new Philadelphia removed a tumor weighing 30 pounds from a airs. Galbraith of Tippecanoe last paragraph. Col. J. F. Doty of Delaware Ohio 26th V. I., was in the City last thursday the guest of or. T. J. A. Richards. The gentleman is connected with the extensive Wagon works at the former place and has lately been on an extended trip through the South in the interest of that establishment. Henry Howe author of historical collections of Ohio who wrote a history of this state forty years ago and was at that time in new Philadelphia gave the times office a pleasant Call on Alon Day. This is his first visit Here since that time but the gentleman still remembers some of Thi old landmarks and Early settlers of those Days. Air. Howe is now engaged writing another and More Complete history of the Buckeye state. _ Comrade s. T. Naylor of Ricksecker Post g. A. R., canal Dover has been appointed assistant inspector upon the staff of the department commander and his duties Avill be confined to All posts in Tuscarawas county. Saloon keepers of Tuscarawas county have formed a league with j. 11. Connell of Dennison president and a. Ii. Vorherr canal Dover Secretary. They propose to test the Validity of the Dow liquor tax Law. The Hess flouring Mill four stories High near the c. Amp p. Depot this City is now under roof and workmen Are Busy fitting up the Interior. Ashen completed the Mill will he run by steam. The Carroll county commissioners have ordered that a standing Reward for one year of $100 be paid for the capture and conviction of any horse thief in the county. The question has come before the Board of education of Jackson mich., whether a school teacher has the right to Send a Pupil Home or put him in quarantine for eating raw onions. Wash print dresses boil a pint of bran in a gallon of water Strain and use. The bran supplies the place of soap and starch Iron on wrong Side. Airs. Hagner widow of the late Christian Hagner canal Dover was married last thursday evening to prof. Schaffer of Cleveland. The fisheries Questoni is there anything left in the pocket flask a Philadelphia Herald. The new Philadelphia Iron and steel company now of ecu Gay their office near the Mills. All the repairs and extras for the English amp Dixon Afa Chines at Sharp amp songs. Count a convention. Aye take the following extract concerning the death of air. Ault an old Pioneer of Tuscarawas county from the Dover Workman of last week Grandfather Ault died at the residence of his daughter airs. Samuel a Lillor at Plymouth Indiana the first of the week of paralysis aged ninety two years. The body was brought Here and interred thursday afternoon the remains being followed to their last resting place by a Large concourse of friends. A e have been furnished the following particulars of his life father Ault was born in Lycoming county pa., in 1794, and came to this county in 1816, when it was yet inhabited by the indians. Lie was a Miller by Trade and worked in the grist Mill owned by Christian Deardorff which stood where the Bodey Salt a storks now Are across the Creek. In 1819 he married Elizabeth Harbaugh a sister to Charles Harbaugh who died Here some years ago. I in was the father of seven children and six grew to maturity and were married. John Ault who died Here about three years ago was one of them and Al Ault who at present lives Here is the youngest son. Charles Ault his second son was killed in Battle at the siege of Atlanta while Al f., who also served during the War was in the siege and was wounded three times during his service Llis wife died in Dover seventeen years ago. There Are but two children who survive him airs. Samuel Miller of Plymouth ind., at whose Home he died and Al Ault of this place. His Grandfather came Here from Germany and served in the War of that country. _ the harmonic singing society of canal Dover have about completed arrangements for their fourth of july Celebration at the fair grounds on londay july 5th. Singers from Cleveland Columbus a heeling Akron Canton and Uhrichsville have been invited to assist in the vocal entertainment. George a alter Jacob a. Horn and Chas. Al sheelor Are the committee on races. The following is the program of races three minute Trot purse $100 1st, $60 2nd, $25 3d, $15. Green Trot purse $75 1st, $40 2d, $20 3d $15. Running races for horses that have never run for Money purse $25 1st, $15 2d, $6 3d, $4. Bicycle race for amateurs Only mile heats two in three first prize Gold medal Worth $20 second prize Gold medal Worth $10. The Best two bands in the county will furnish music for the occasion eminent orators will he present and refreshments of All kinds will he served on the grounds. A big display of lire works and a grand Ball at Excelsior rink will furnish entertainment for the evening. Tickets will be sold at excursion rates on All roads leading to Dover. Transfers of heal estate. Christian Deis to Amelia Strickmaker lots 294 and 295, Dover $3,000. John ii Weber to Christian Kleinle lot 190, Dover $1,000. Columbus a Alker to Thomas Newton 61 acres a Arwick township $800. Edward Richardson to Day Hoffman 149 81-100 acres Yarwick township $9,-000. Albert Blecken Derfer and others to Joseph b Keffer 16-100 acres Yarwick township $250. Avilliah Aye her to Frederick Camp lot 42, Lineral City $570. Charles Lehman to Aveley Alinor lots 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27, Dover $918. James Rigby to Henry Vlahn 40acrcs, Bucks township $2,500. Alary Norris to Charles d Falarsh lot 7, Dennison $150. Charles e Holden to Aynsley Al Tracy lot 3, Sandy township $250. Avilliah ii Sedoris to Avilliah yeller lot 42, Lineral City 350. Leonard Weber to Alary Breitenstein \ acre Dover $654. If you want to buy or Trade for a Good second hand piano bed buggy Call at the times office. It is nearly As Good As new and Well painted and was made by one of the Best workmen in the county. The democratic county convention was called to order at Casino rink in new Philadelphia on saturday last at 11 of clock by j. T. Mccullough chairman of the executive committee. E. Benfer of Franklin township was chosen permanent chairman and John Jurgens of canal Dover Secretary with Lloyd Murphy As assistant. E. J. Alloy was appointed sergeant at arms and a. S. Brough assistant. The convention then proceeded to business and a committee consisting of one from each township was appointed to select do Legates to the state convention. Other committees were selected in the same manner except on rules and order of business and the congressional committee. The former upon motion was appointed by the chair consisting of Hon. George a. Crites j. A Hopkins Edmund Davy a. Ii. Shetler and a ii. Vatson. When the chair announced that it was next in order to select delegates to the congressional convention the following resolutions were introduced by Jas. A. I. Richards esq., and adopted by a unanimous vote lie it resolved by the democracy of Tuscarawas county Ohio in this convention assembled that we hereby endorse the course of Hon. Beriah Vilkins our Able and Active representative in Congress and that he lie requested to name the gentlemen who shall act As delegates from this county to the congressional convention to he held at Coshocton Ohio june 23d, 1886. Resol red that the delegates from this county thus selected present in said convention be authorized to cast the full vote of this county m the convention. Upon the adoption of the above Resolution a committee of three was appointed by the chair to notify Hon. Beriah Vilkins of his endorsement by the convention and request his presence before that body. The committee consisting of Jas. A. D. Richards esq., Hon. Geo. A. Crites and Jno. Hoddinott retired and a few minutes later returned accompanied by air. Vilkins whose appearance was signalized Lay a demonstration Ulfat could not help hut assure lion. Beriah Vilkins that he was in the midst of warm friends and those who recognized his ability and integrity As a representative in the Halls of Congress. 11 was a genuine ovation and the applause was continued at some length. Air. Vilkins was at first overcome at these manifestations of Friendship but he thanked the convention for the Honor thus bestowed in a Short but Well timed speech. Of the 185 delegates present there was not a single one that did not fully of his own free will endorse the Hon. Beriah Vilkins. Upon motion judge j. W. Albaugh candidate for renomination to a judgeship in the District court was accorded the Courtesy of selecting his own delegates to tie nominating convention. A committee of one was selected from each township and voting precinct to select a Central committee to consist of nine persons to serve for the ensuing year and reported As follows e. J. Alloy ill t. J. Evans Philip Samuel John ii. Hugh Linnis. A. H. Vatson. J Goshen Jacob a. s. E. the committee to select delegates to the state convention reported As follows Beriah Vilkins 11 b Keffer Jonas Bremer a e Roth or. A Tilson George a crites Jacob Foehl Jacob a Creif John ii Benfer. Alternates. Thomas j Stocker t j Parker Jacob Darst Avilliah e lash Adam a Lillor Philip Gintz Louis Zellner John a Rolli Loonry Cratz. The reports of the committees on credentials rules and order of business were submitted to the convention and adopted. The committee on resolutions reported As follows resolved that we the democracy of Tuscarawas county in convention assembled approve the Wise decisive and patriotic administration of president Cleveland in his firm and courageous efforts to give the people of the whole country Good government and we pledge him our Earnest support in All measures promoting honesty Economy and Fidelity in the Public service to the end that the object of All government he obtained the greatest Good to the greatest number. Resolved that we fully and heartily endorse the action of the Hon. Beriah Vilkin our representative in Congress and we extend to him our United and undivided support to secure his re nomination and re election. Resolved that we condemn the action of the Republican legislature of the state of Ohio in unseating the lawfully elected representatives of the people in Defiance of the Constitution and the Laws of the state in filling their scats with illegally elected republicans. Am. Johnson chairman. Philip Lamneck Sec y. Delegates to the congressional convention were announced As follows Jas a d Richards ii b Keffer c ii Lathews i c Gentsch George a crites t j Evans Daniel abyss Jacob Gepfert George a Finney John Gerber a 11 Brown a e Roth Thomas alright a j Huff Man j c Vilkins Samuel Douglass Jonas Bremer John a Vagner Henry Cratz b Coleman John Andreas de ditto Lloyd Murphy John Wenger r t Benner t c Alcado a j Wilkin s j Beck t Olnhausen j ii Mitchell a a Shetler x Senhauser e in Degrief e j Alloy j Al Stoutt John l Kennedy c c Forney John ii Benfer a ii Vatson j Al Porter Henry Conrad Fred Hoddinott Jos a Newburgh j t Al Ccullough Al Arshal Graham e b an Westhafer e j Connell j a Kinsey j a Hopkins a. E. Lash was nominated by acclamation for county commissioner As was also a. E. Beck for Coroner. There were seven candidates in tin Field for infirmary director As follows George Arnold and John King of Goshen township Jacob a Horley Jefferson Osiah Delong Salem Jacob Gep Hart Bucks Thomas s. Taylor Washington and Jacob Hoopingarner Dover the contest was quite spirited for several ballots but finally ended in favor of air. Delong himself and air. Gephart being alone in the Field. The vote on last ballot was As follows Delong. 93 Gephart. 92 total. 185 being a close vote there was naturally some feeling Over the matter but better counsel prevailed and the convention adjourned in the Best of humor. Notes. The Winter of discontent was made uncomfortably warm in the tar covered rink building Blit those soft cushioned easy High backed ? seats you know balanced accounts. Jim Fisher was on deck from Columbus representing several daily papers. Jim says he can to detect any material change in the taste of new Philadelphia canal water. The fellow who said Jack Foehl of the York township delegation Luul hot Mush in his Mouth when he announced the vote of Gephart for infirmary director is a Bohemian with a big b. The delegations were All full. Now done to misunderstand this Little remark if you please. The Mossback and kids were both there and work in the Yoke together without any snapping or cracking of the lash. Several Fellows were conspicuous for their absence. Harry Kefor says the convention was a bigger tiling than jumbos stuffed hide. The Hearty and genuine endorsement that Hon. Beriah Vilkins received Lias Seldom been if Ever equalled in old Tuscarawas county. It was an ovation. A Salem township Delegate is after the fellow who put a Bent ragged Sharp edged pin on his seat during the dinner hour. Although Bucks township did not succeed in souring the nomination of their candidate for infirmary director the delegates went Home swearing allegiance to the principles of democracy. Old Bucks township is Ever faithful. A negro May suffer tar on the Heel but when you congregate four or five Iuni red democrats in convention under a tar roofed House there is going to he some kicking. Aye did no to see a red nose in the convention excepting those of Bro. Stoutt of the chronicle and Bro. Al Cylvaine of the advocate. Both gentlemen however lad been out fishing a so they say. The rink was very handsomely decorated but Dante was evidently not far away with his. Categorical Supply of Brimstone. It was awful hot to say the East. Sex commissioner Benfer was a member of the Lavayne township delegation and made some Well timed remarks concerning several important questions that came up for discussion. A a Long John makes but few mistakes in a democratic convention. Contrary to the predictions made by some democrats the congressional bed Bug did no to appear on any Fellows shirt Collar that we know of at present writing. The honors belonged to lion. Beriah Vilkins and they were accorded that gentleman without a single voice in opposition. Democratic congressional convention. Sixteenth District. The democratic voters of the sixteenth congressional District of Ohio c imposed of the counties of Coshocton Holmes Licking alus Vingum and Tuscarawas Are hereby notified that the congressional convention of said District will be held at Coshocton 011 avid mesday the 23d Day of june 1886, for the purpose of nominating one candidate for member of Congress. The basis of representation to which each of the said counties is respectively entitled is on the following ratio one Delegate for each one Hundred votes cast for George Hoadly for governor at the state election in 1885, and an additional Delegate for each remainder of 50 or More votes so East. The several counties Are entitled to the following number of delegates in said convention Rasis. Delegates. Coshocton.3307 33 holmes.3041 30 licking.5527 55 aluskingum.5226 52 Tuscarawas .4618 46 total. 216 by order of the democratic congressional committee of the sixteenth 1 it is Triet. 1. G a in Mer j. Ii. Newton Secretary. Chairman. Unclaimed letters. The following list of unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office june 14, 1886 am Ali ants airs David Murphy Charley Marks c Mcnutt c b Manning main architect John c Black. E. Skibley p. Any one desiring to sell Exchange or buy real estate of any kind or chattels will do Well to Call on the proprietor of the times who will act As agent for the same 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 big reductions on everything in the store. Come ant see Tyft largest and cheapest line of Vin Diw shades curtain poles Spring rollers and Wall paper. Aye warrant them cheaper than at any other House j/r1 the county. Akl Lse drug store new Philadelphia Ohio. 21 get your engine Thresher reaper Mower or repairing of any kind done at Sharp amp songs foundry and machine shop. 22 100,000 pounds Wool wanted. Call a j. Burry amp son. 23w4 i now offer a bargain in land that will any one desiring to Purchase or 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 of Railroad will pass within five Miles of said land which is within two and a half Miles of Eagle Al Illus Post office where there is a Church and a school. The land is of average Quality and Well timbered consisting of White Oak Hickory and Chestnut Oak. The Timber and Tan bark alone if properly handled will for the same. The land is not broken and Hilly As some lands Are but can he divided into Nice Fields of from 15 to 25 acres and will make a desirable farm. Good title guaranteed. A ill sell said land on easy terms and at a bargain or will Exchange for a general Stock of merchandise Good livery Stock or a Small farm near Railroad. Parties desiring to Trade not having Stock enough to meet our Price can have easy payments 011 the difference. The owner is not Able to Clear up and look after this land and will give some one a bargain. Any one desiring to Purchase or Trade will Call on or address the proprietor of 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 Ahito Lead to have a Good Job of painting but now Over one half of the linseed Oil sold Here is adulterated save samples sold Here shewing one half Aduke ration. A Grea Deal is adulterated with fish of 1 and Rosin Oil. The simplest a and cheapest test for pure linseed Oil is to take one half Oil and one half nitric acid and shake in a narrow bottle for and then let stand a few minute so if raw Oil the color will apr if strict 1\\pure, a Light cinnamon Tolor if boiled off the upper strata Whf he a cinnamon Hje own and the Lour strata colourless. The different Solors and strata show the percent. Of Vatu iteration. These tests will he Aile free to All who want genuine linseed Oil and we warrant every gallon of our Oil to respond to the test for purity. This test is adopted now by the boards of Trade of most of our Large cities. Call at Wells drug store new Philadelphia Ohio. 21 american pen Art graduates Are making from $75 to $150 a month teaching penmanship while others make As much writing cards in cities. A rite for circulars concerning the new method of teaching. G. Bixler. 20-ws Prin. And author a Ooster it. Low prices still continue at a yells drug store. Quinine 85 cents. Morphine 40 cts. A bottle. A Cash discount Given 011 All purchases if $1 or Over of from 5 to 20 per cent. This discount is on the entire Stock except Lead and Oil. The largest Stock of mixed paints White Lead linseed Oil and varnishes of All kinds in the county. A full Stock of painters supplies on hand always. The largest Stock of Wall paper in the county and every Roll is new Stock. Come and examine before buying. Wells drug store new Philadelphia 19 d. Gentsch not having been Able to close out his Stock of drugs etc., As an entirety he desires to say to his numerous customers that he has resupplied Many deficiencies in goods and will he found at his Fine store in the Exchange Block As heretofore. He offers Fine bargains in Many goods of which he has a surplus and in All respects will Endeavor to keep up the reputation of the store for the greatest variety and lowest Privis. Give him a Call. 15 for Sale. Aly place of business in Phillipsburg is now offered for Sale. Good bar room Large Pooi room hotel and Good stable ice House and half interest in skating rink now used As a town Hall. A ill sell cheap and on easy payments. Eight rooms in the House. Location and business Good. 12tf John a. Shull. Done to forget to Call on j. Burry son when you Are in need of carpets As we Are bound to reduce our Stock and will offer them at or below Cost. All Wool extra supers at 35 cents per Yard in remnants. We have just received a ease of prints solid colors at 3 c. Per Yard. 2< w2 j. Burry amp son. For Sale or Good Coal Bank in excellent working order. Four cars 3 screens and 2 nut Coal screens. Eight acres of a 3 foot 4 Inch vein Good Coal. Located within 1 mile of new Philadelphia with Good custom. Enquire at times office. 19w4 for 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. 18tf Ayala paper largest new Stock latest styles and lowest prices in new Philadelphia guaranteed at i. Gentle he a drug Book and Wall paper store. 15 artificial Teeth $5.50 per set at or. l. Mitchell s dental office new Phila Idelphia 17-Yl Gold fillings $1.00 Silver 50c. Cement 25c., at or. Mitchell s office new Philadelphia 17-Yl the new 5 and 10 cent store takes the cake and whole Oakery for substantial goods and Low prices. You can buy More tinware and glassware at the new 5 and 10 cent store next door to Miller it so songs drug store than anywhere else in this congressional District. Persons desiring to loan Money can have the same placed at 8 per cent., secured by mortgage 011 first class real estate by John a. Himes new Philadelphia 18tf reaper and lower knives and sections for All kinds of machines at Sharp amp songs. 22

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