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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - April 3, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio A the new Philadelphia times Kriby thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia a a. A a the a a times advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 yer. Is 00 200 3 00 5 00 8 00 $200 5 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 $3 00 750 12 50 22 50 40 00 $5 00 15 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday april 3, 1890. Number 14. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect nov. 10, 1889. Going East. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and propriety thursday april 3, 1890. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Stations. A a. Express local. Leave new Philadelphia 6 25 . 2 00 . 2 10 a a 1 00 . Anal Dover. 6 45 a a 130 a a Zoar. 7 1. A a 2 25 a a 2 00 a a Mineral Point. 7 30 a a 2 31 a a 2 31 a a Magnolia. 3 00 a a 2 46 a a 2 59 a a Waynesburg. 8 id a a 2.1 a a 3 07 a a Malvern. 8 35 a a 3 01 a a s 25 a a Oneida. 8 45 a a 3 00 a a a a Minerva. 9 x a a 3 15 a a a a arrive Bayard. 9 20 a a a a a 3 55 a a Alliance. To 05 a a 4 25 a a Cleveland. 12.v 0 35 a a Wellsville. 1215 a a 451 a a Bellaire. 4 5o a a 8 05 a a Pittsburgh. 2 25 a a 7 0 a a going West. Stations. Mail. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. 010 . 12 4-5 . Bellaire. 4 40 19 10 Wellsville. 8 15 2 40 Cleveland. 8 00 1 05 a Alliance. 10 25 3 10 Bayard. 10 55 4 15 7 10 Minerva. 11 03 4 25 7 25 Oneida. 11 12 4 36 7 55 Malvern. 11 17 4 43 8 35 Waynesburg. 11 28 5 00 8 55 Magnolia. 11 33 5 07 9 20 Mineral Point. 11 47 5 27 9 55 Zoar. 11 53 5 35 10 10 canal Dover. 12 10 0 00 10 40 arrive new Philadelphia 12 20 5 15 11 00 population new Philadelphia >5,000 Tkv Tonz new Philadelphia times will be pub sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in if not paid within three to s 1.50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post Filce order to the address the proprietor. A address All matter intended for publication to the times. The republicans Uhrichsville renominated mayor Milone. Uhrichsville and Dennison arc to have a trades carnival in the near future. _ vote for Zellner Myers and yes for councilmen if you want to see the town Progress. The Johnstown flood Cost the Pensyl Vania Railroad company $3,475,45.01, to repair damages caused thereby. All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for the West connect Ai Alliance with trains the a great fort Wayne route running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates fare Etc., apply to to. F. . Agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. Joseph Wood. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Pas. Age to Pittsburgh a. Cleveland and Marietta railway. In effect june 1g, 1889. Going North stations. G oing ? Otth. No. 4 x 2. No. 1 no. 3. 10 warn 209 am la Parks by. 1100 100 to 250 Marietta. 1000 1201 1212 052 Cay Wood. 931 644am 1218 058 Stanley. 925 638 j253 714 Whipple. 919 623 1243 725 Warner. 9 h 013 1257 740 Elba. 840 559 14 747 Macksburg. 839 552 111 754 Dexter City. 832 5 45 115 759 South Olive. 828 540 121 855 Dudley. 822 533 130 815 Caldwell. 815 526 140 825 Belle Valley. I ,2 510 119 834 Ava. 752 500 155 84 Glen Wood. 745 500 .��1 840 it pleasant. 740 454 213 858 by Era i lie. 70.�?T i 411 232 918 Cambridge. 709 425 238 924 Oldham a. 059 415 245 931 Millers. 652 403 255 941 Kimbolton. 042 358 300 940 Guernsey. 037 353 it. A 953 Post boy. 630 346 317 1003 no motown. 020 337 327 010 Wolf a. 711 32 339 1 23 Philipsburg. 600 315 344 1029 Blackband. 555 309 350 1035 Turners. 550 m to 40 1045 canal Dover. 549 2 it a it 422 1107 a Val june. 230 1055 pm 039pj Toledo. A a a a 745 pm 9 to 1219 Canton. 123 1015 be Akron. 1230 225 Cleveland. �?�115 108 Buffalo. 540 through coaches trains nos. 2 and 3. He tween Marietta Canton Akron Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with c w amp b a c a a and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with b a East and West at Newcomerstown with p. C a St l East and West at Dover with Clamp a and c and p. North and East at Valley Junction with w a l e and Valier Ray. W k Richards Gene a pass age to a. T. Wikoff Gen manager. Valley railway in effect december 2, 18s8. Going sooth. No. 3. No. 7. 1115am 4 15pm 1202pm 5 08 12 30 5 37 1 28 6 at 2 15 7 25 stations. Going North. 4 15pm a Cleveland a 9 24am Peninsula Akron. Canton. A Val a Jet la no. 4. No. 6. 9 24am 230pm 9 03 1 42 8 55 1 15 7 55 12 15 7 05 1130am business directory. Prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office n the Mclane Block. New Philadelphia Ohio. Y r. S. Vail dentist. Centre Block new Philadelphia Ohio Over citizens National Bank. Office 44 Al John w. Nix in m. I physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the Bui dim formerly occupied by . Tinker. 51yl oi1n s. Grai Iam attorney at Law and notary Public. New Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and and j joining counties. Of Floe up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47yl j h. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Camuel Moore. Attorney at Law Nev. Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to Liis care in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Llu Zumel Block second floor. Houses for Sale. A number desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Enquire at times office. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by f. C Miller a son. 6y2 notice appointment. Quot to Quot ii undersigned has been duly appointed 1 and qualified As Assignee in Trust for the Benefit creditors Amos 11 Stetler Tuscarawas county Ohio. John d0ersc1iuck. March 10,1490. U\v3 children cry for pitchers Castoria. When baby was sick we gave her Castoria. When she was a child she cried for Castoria when she became miss she Clung to Castoria when she had children she gave them Castoria. The editor the advocate does not deny his extreme partisan efforts charged against him in last weeks times wherein a City solicitor was ousted because lie was a Democrat. And yet with All the effrontery a government mule he charges a democratic Council with giving All the offices to democrats. This Council employed a democratic night watch because they considered him competent and they also employed Daniel Sweeney a Republican for marshal without giving a Chance for bids because they considered am competent. Has the advocate any objections to i. Sweeney does lie consider him a Democrat this is a Sample democratic fairness. Of course if the Council had asked mall Vaine who it should appoint then All would have been satisfactory. Lie would have had All republicans. There is nothing unfair about Mcllvain you know now we surmise the motive the advocate editor in varying the truth is simply because lie lost two three Small Legal advertisements Given out by the democratic Council. Now in order to be fair with the advocate and to give notice to All the Legal qualified voters the town the proposition to vote the $40,000 Bonds the town for improvements Etc., and which we have Good reason to believe the editor the advocate is opposed to was ordered published in the Ohio Democrat advocate and Beo Zachter. Mcllvain As Well As the others agreed to hold Back his paper until after the Council meeting at which the Resolution was to be p issued. Now what did he do. Lie put in the notice went to press and had his papers circulated All Over town before the meeting the Council and before the Resolution was passed. Now he would Call it democratic misrule if the Council refused to allow the Bill which they would have to do if it was not that the other papers held Back and thus gave the necessary Legal notice. And if the Council allowed the Bill under such circumstances to a democratic newspaper then it would be democratic misrule. It is Patent to the minds All that democratic misrule Only comes in in the estimation the editor the advocate when he can not have it his was. The advocate says we a a denied a clearly written record that we helped to we have denied nothing the kind and the editor the advocate knows it. We said the lowest bidder was a Democrat . Jesse Landes the next lowest was a Republican win. Frew and next lowest was Reardon a while the advocate persisted in saying that Frew a Republican was the lowest bidder. The advocate knows better but the truth would not suit Bis partisan purpose. The Resolution the Council was to let the contract to the lowest suitable person and they did what they thought was right in the j premises but they did not ask . Mellvane which was a a the cause All this he wants to say who the suitable person is for the place. The advocate Man arraign the Council for not practising Economy in paying the men for going to Columbus. Now let us see what the facts Are a Republican committee came to the Council to know if they would allow the expenses sending three men to Columbus to get a Bill passed for the $10,000 appropriation. The Council agreed to allow it. Messes. A. T. Ready and John Himes democrats and . Merchant the superintendent the pipe works a Republican went and got the Bill passed. At the first meeting following Thomas Himes presented his Bill for $20, As expenses. We did make a motion to allow All their expenses when itemized Bills were presented. Merchant and ready a Bills was not in yet. They All refused to make an itemized Bill. One two these gentlemen claim d $25�?being $5 for the time spent in going. The Council was abused by Many our citizens for beings a niggardly a As they called it and thought the Bills ought to he paid. It was either to have an ill feeling and a disturbance when we were trying to do something for the town allow the Bills. Yes we dal make a motion at the following meet Ryg the Council to allow All three the $25 each and it was right if we paid one for his time we should pay All alike. Thomas i limes had no right to be put Oft with his expenses and a 7 the others Lor their time. The fact is Mcllvain was opposed to paying these gentlemen for going to Columbus and it looks very much As though he was opposed to the improvement. This is what the advocate Calls a a democratic misrule a and he expects All republicans to dance to his music and oppose democrats because they favored improvement. If Mcllvain voices the sentiment the Republican candidates then they Are opposed to the improvement the town. Take your Choice republicans and democrats and if you Are opposed to town improvements endorse the sentiment the advocate the advocate would like to have you vote against the improvement the town what do you think about it go to the polls Early and vote for Mcgregor. He is qualified in the Law and is a straight Forward upright Man and has Given a Good administration. P. Ii. Read has served three years As Justice the peace and made a creditable record. Done to forget to put in a vote for him also remember . Beatty for be too is worthy. Ninety persons were killed by the recent Cyclone in the City Louisville. Probably 200 were wounded several whom May yet die. The suffering is great and much need outside Aid which is pouring in rapidly. About 2000 buildings were destroyed. The editors the Ohio Democrat m ule a very grave charge in last weeks Issue against postmaster Korns. It is rumoured that an action for slander will be brought against the proprietors which will afford them an Opportunity to sustain the charges reverse their engine. We fear the Junior editor has bitten off More than he can Chew this time. The proposition the township trustees to make an Exchange grounds for township building receiving $2,000 As difference is surely a Good one and should have the support the people. The room they now have is a poor excuse. The difference they get will almost put up the new building. The question is to be voted election Day. The people Pike run regardless party ask for a Justice the peace there being two to elect. The republicans new Philadelphia refuse to Grant them one. The democrats put one Larnard m. Beatty the ticket because it was fair to give them a Justice the peace. Or. Beatty is a no. 1 Man and will make a Good Justice lie has been identified with the labor ticket but is none the worse for that. Why did not tie republicans do likewise ? Labouring men in the Iron Mills pipe works common labourers and merchants a the editor the advocate wants your services election Day in support his opposition to town improvements lie wants you to vindicate him in his false statements about the hiring Reardon and Sweeny. He wants you to support him in his arraignment the Council for paying Silas merchant a. T. Ready and Thomas Himes for going to Columbus to get a Bill passed for town improvement. Do you want to do this if not vote for Charles Zellner Daniel Wyss and John Myers for councilmen who Are ill favor improvement. The editor the Coshocton Standard has been sued for libel by Silas Mastin and George n. Phillips for $5,000 each. The petitions allege that the Standard contained libellous matter concerning the poisoning some Stock. The people Coshocton probably think that their editors have grown Rich and ought to distribute the surplus. If the Harrison administration Only had control it it would have saved these gentlemen the trouble applying to the courts for distribution. Over Here in Tuscarawas county when newspaper men get a Corner the circulating medium the country they sue each other for libel and thus reduce the surplus. The weeks doings. Call j. W. Stoody in the Judy Block and buy your groceries cheap for Cash. 14w2 see the a had a Geo. W. Bippus administrator Jacob Bippus deceased Sale real estate april 19th. Married by Rev. J. Keves at the brides Home West front St., March 30, George w. Getz and miss Blanche e. Ill Mick. Matt. Quailey Dennison a Panhandle Engineer was seriously injured in a wreck near Jewett last week. He loses a leg. The peach crop in Ohio will be an entire failure according to reports from Over the country. The late freezing killed every Bud. Married at the residence . Harvey Smith by Rev. S. F. Ross . John Abbuhl and miss Emma Bidd coffer All Tuscarawas county Ohio. The Best place to get fruit and ornamental Trees grape vines greenhouse plants Etc., is at the Nursery Daniel Wyss. New Philadelphia Ohio. 14w3 the annual missionary concert service will be held in the methodist episcopal Church next sunday at 10 30 . Rev. Freshwater will preach at 7 p. Last tuesday evening the relatives . And mrs. John Stinebaugh surprised them by flocking in upon them with All the Good things the season it being their tenth anniversary. Done to Purchase a reaper Binder Hay Rake without first calling w. A. Latto at his livery barn in Uhrichsville agent for the celebrated Walter a. Wood machines the Best in the Market. See his and. On 4th Page. 14wl2 a petition is now in circulation for signers requesting the Pennsylvania r. Company to extend the Branch from this place to Dennison. Our business men Are interested in it and Hope the Dennison people will do likewise. It will Aid the towns. Done to forget to vote for the improvement Bonds next monday. Every citizen who cares for the welfare the town will support the measure. Get everyone you can to vote for it. It is highly essential that we keep Pace with our neighbouring towns. The proposition the trustees to sell the township lot the front and take in Exchange the rear the Schech lot in addition to $2000 is surely a Good move. It gives a better place for elections and More suitable room for township business. The township rents will be More than doubled. The following is the democratic township ticket trustees a. D. Dewey. Clerk Thomas b. Raiff. Justices the peace a. Ii. Read Larnard m. Beatty. Assessor no 2�?james Rankin. Assessor no. 3�?fred. Myers. The following is the Republican township ticket trustees George Welty. Clerk a. 11. Ray. Justices the peace a. Ii. Booth e. Souers. Assessor 2d precinct Frank a. Williams. Personal mention. Miss May Devere Newcomerstown is in new Philadelphia. From Chattanooga. Or. Chas. Mellvane is Home from Wooster for the Spring vacation. Edgar Wilhelmi Chicago is visiting his parents in this City this week. Miss Hattie Bence canal Dover is the guest miss Minnie Congleton. Miss Carrie Geckler Columbus is visiting her sister mrs. Charles Dick. Miss Ada Kohr entertained a number her Young friends saturday evening. C. Taylor Cambridge attended the dance Given by the Young folks Friday. Or. Beard Cambridge paid new plan Ladelthia friends a visit last week. Harrison Haskins Uhrichsville spent several Days in our City last week. Miss Kate Wegele canal Dover was the guest miss Callie Dick last week. _ a a Coonie Wallace made another his regular visits to Canton last thursday. Dave Peoples Uhrichsville was in town thursday in the interest Evans amp co., merchant tailors. Morley Williams East Liverpool is in our City came to attend the funeral his Uncle Rev. Williams. Mrs. Nellie Rollins and babe who have been visiting Lier parents in new Philadelphia returned Home tuesday. Misses Ella Mccleary Fannie Gross and Minnie Porter teachers in our schools returned to their respective Homes in Newcomerstown and port Washington for the Spring vacation. J. L. Wallace Youngstown was Home a few Days last week a visit and while Here gave the times a pleasant Call. A a Kurg is a pharmacist More than Ordinary ability and a gentleman whom we Are always pleased to meet. Call again. March 29, 1890. I will Endeavor to give your readers a Brief description my trip from Cincinnati to Chattanooga Over the q. Amp c. Road which is a very popular route to the South. In crossing Kentucky it traverses the famous Blue grass Region about sixty Miles which the praises this Beautiful and productive District have often been spoken and to one traversing it for the first time must admit that its grandeur is but a Milf said. Passing farther South we reach the Kentucky River Gorge and Cross the noted High Bridge spanning the River at a height 285 feet. Here we May see the most romantic wild and picturesque scenery in the South. For 30 70 Miles the Road passes through the mountains Over yawning chasms at a height that makes your head dizzy to look Down. You can scarcely get your breath after passing Over one these frightful Gorges until you Are enveloped in darkness and plunging through underneath a huge Mountain. You need not try to count the tunnels for there Are Only 27 in All in a distance 40 50 Miles. The one passing through Kings Mountain is longer than the noted Alleghany Tunnell and several others that Are overdone half mile in length. After leaving the Beautiful country about Lexington ky., we come to the poor land the South the red soil and worn out land that was tilled by the slaves. The Beautiful Stone fences that the slaves built for their masters thirty years ago still remain in Good preservation and will no doubt be the most lasting memento that once persecuted race. After getting Over the mountains we begin to realize that we Are now in the sunny South. From the cold blizzard we have been shivering through with our overcoats we now Rush Down the Tennessee Valley where everything looks Green and the warm air and the barefooted urchins along the Road make 113 throw off our heavy overcoats which were so comfortable but a few hours previous throw open the car window Sand breathe the soft Balmy air the South. We arrived in Chattanooga at 7 p. M., which is a City about 55,000 inhabitants. I would give you a full account the towns the Road if i knew it would be any interest to any you. Lafe Edie. Winfield itk3is. From Dundee. Billy Clark went up to Canton last saturday intending to come Back by rail but when he was ready to Start Home sunday he found the trains were not running to suit him so he procured a horse and buggy and drove Back. He had a rough drive through the mud and Over Hills but he got even with the Railroad company anyway. Stock gossip. Air. J. E. Graham editor the Tuscarawas chronicle was Given a reception at the Central hotel last thursday by his friends. A pleasant evening was spent and an excellent supper served to a Large number invited guests. We Are sorry that our business engagements prevented our attendance in response to a kind invitation. Or. Graham goes to take charge the Rich Wool Gazette and . Stoutt takes the chronicle. Or. Graham is a fearless writer and an uncompromising Republican who will undoubtedly be appreciated by his party in Union county. We heartily wish . Graham Success in his new held. It is a a a blasted a shame to see this Republican town ruled by democrats who grab every position in which there is any Money and give it to a Democrat even refusing to award contracts to the lowest bidder because he is a Republican. A a d vacate. If the editor the advocate will make oath that the above is True the editor the times will agree never to vote the democratic ticket again will the editor the advocate answer the lowing questions was not the bid Jesse Landes lowest and is he not a Democrat ? is it not a fact that but two offices have been filled by appointment and is not Daniel Sweeney a Republican Fol the for Sale Trade. A Good 40 acre tract improved land in Norton county Kansas five Miles from Railroad. Also a 40 acre Timber claim 24 acres planted in Forest Trees. Will Trade for Small farm Stock town property. Call at the times office. Republicans will you obey the dictates the editor the advocate and by your votes oppose the improvement the town ? were you opposed to paying merchant ready and Himes for going to Columbus ? if so vote to please the editor the advocate. Do you believe Mcllvain tells the truth when he says the present Council filled All the offices with democrats if so vote with and then go and ask Daniel Sweeny and James Reardon what their politics Are. J. E. Graham editor and proprietor the Tuscarawas chronicle has the following to say concerning the Mcluen Brun magnesia Spring situated two Miles South new Philadelphia a for some time past we have been drinking Mineral water from the old town Oil Well at new Philadelphia We believe this water to be most valuable to persons suffering from rheumatism and stomach and liver troubles. People wishing this water can get it capt. D. Korns the new Philadelphia postmaster. The drinking this water produces a splendid Tome effect and we would not be surprised to hear the building a sanitarium at the we. We can recommend it from personal use and we Hope thousands others wiil to saved suffering and the payment doctors Bills by using this magnificent production the republicans put in nomination saturday evening last the following corporation ticket mayor Adam Stermer. Clerk i. A. Correll. Treasurer ii. V. Schweitzer. Marshall William t. Frew. Councilmen a f. Douthitt Joseph Junkins and John Burry. Cemetery directory g. Ii. Peck. The democracy held their corporation primary at the mayors office saturday evening and nominated the following ticket it t a Leroy m leg Regor. Clerk John Knisely. Treasurer Adam Zech. Marshall Lem. Hamilton. Councilmen Charles Zellner Daniel Wyss and John Myers. Cemetery directory Geo. W. Bowers. Street commissioner John Messerly. The big hearted curly headed traveler orator and humorist col. J. P. Sanford at opera House wednesday april 16th. Subject a old times and this is a lecture describing the travels col. Sanford around the world. He will Stop Here and there to give you an anecdote he is a famous Story Teller relate a thrilling experience to carry you away a flight eloquence. Col. Sanford so old times and new is to be Given As a Benefit for the music Viall Ushers and is endorsed by the y. C. A., who bespeak for this lecture the support their patrons. Encourage the lectures. Or. J. A. Spence has located in new Philadelphia to practice Medicine. Ilis office is South Broadway the rooms formerly occupied by . T. C. Parks. Or. Spence graduated at the Miami medical College Cincinnati o., two years ago and he carried off the honors in his class. For one year . Spence was associated in practice with . J. A. Hobson Flushing Ohio and was very successful. For the past year . Spence has been one the Pennsylvania railroads physicians with Headquarters at Richmond ind. He resigned his position with the Pennsylvania Ray co., the 15tli March and upon the advice friends decided to locate in this City. Or. Spence is a close student and a careful painstaking physician. He is a Young Man most excellent character and possesses Good social qualities making friends wherever lie goes. We extend to . Spence a Hearty Welcome to new Piil Delphia and wish and predict for him a successful and prosperous practice in the near future. Week before last a total 7,586 live cattle and 23,361 quarters beef were exported from the United states ports. The shipments live sheep in the same time were 154 head. The Quantity beef exported during the four months ending with february shows an increase fully 38 per cent., compared with the like period a a year ago the figures in pounds being respectively 114,747,650, and 82,753,863. During the past ten years the receipts sheep at Chicago have steadily increased each year without a from a Supply 335,810 handled at that City in 1880, the arrivals increased to 1,832,469 last year. Receipts thus far this year Are very Large with vast numbers Corn fed westerns arriving from Nebraska to Utah yet the Market is in excellent condition with prices firm from week to week. Desirable buttons readily sold at $5.25 to $6.00, last week. A Stockman. New York Market. I will Endeavor to write a few items for your valuable paper to interest its Many readers the roads Are very bad in this Vicin Ltd. The schools will soon be at a close. The Tabor school closed saturday the 15th. They had a debate in the evening. The debtors were b. F. Brown f. Glauser C. J. Stiffler and d. P. Quinn. The question was handled Well by the debtors. After the debate they had a a a periodical a which added much to the entertainment. Or. Albert Staley and dug Albaugh intend to farm for George Weaver this summer. We wish them Success. Or. Lemuel Waltz is erecting a picket Fence along the Road which makes quite an improvement in the appearance the farm. Len. Is a Hustler. Miss Vertie Brannon daughter Joseph Brannon Harrison county is visiting friends and relatives in Titis place. Miss Emma Friend is Home visiting her parents in Canton. C. E. Pitas. From Barnhill. The third annual commencement the Wayne township Public schools was held at the m. E. Church Friday evening May 28. Notwithstanding the disagreeable weather and bad roads the House was crowded with anxious people. The class numbered thirteen eight whom were from this place. To say the least the exercises were exceedingly impressive in every particular and were most highly enjoyed by All. The members the class surely deserve Honor and esteem for the effective handling their subjects. Or. W. S. Putnam Wilmot addressed the class. As usual he did Justice to the occasion his remarks were appropriate and full Good advice and encouragement. The entertainment was certainly a compliment to our township system and supt. Sigrist with his corps Able assistants Are to be congratulated for the efficient work they have done in our schools. William Feller was a member the class �?T88, and the first to deliver a graduating oration under our course study. He was a Young Man High moral standing and his Demeanour commanded the respect All with whom he came in Contact. As a teacher he was constantly toiling for the interests his pupils who loved him As a Parent. But alas his master has called him Home. His work Earth is ended his Mission finished. The lessons and tasks Are ended and he has gone to abide with his teacher whom he served faithfully in his Short journey through life. A lord obediently we go gladly leaving All below Only thou our Leader be and we will still follow miss Hattie Groffy Slanesville was the guest mrs. Reichenbach several Days last week. Geo. E. Mckean came Home to attend the commencement and spend a few Days among his Many friends. Dan Wetter is spending his Spring vacation with his parents near Here. Lie has been teaching at stands o., for two terms but will now take charge the East Greenville schools for the Spring term. S. P. Everhart is nearly always smiling but the one he has been wearing for the past few Days is unusual dimensions. Its a girl. We notice Rudy Vongunten in town. He is looking Well and his friends Are glad to see him. Miss Maggie Kanagy is Home from Massillon to spend a few Days. Considerable moving and Exchange property has taken place this Spring but our letter is getting too Long and will give particulars next week. U. B. Still. From Dennison. From Zoar. Miscellaneous items. About a week two ago As we were Reading the times we came upon a second letter from Zoar from the pen a smile passed Over our countenance As we read the very saucy repartee and lest a a Harry should think his Sauci Ness alarmed us we shall proceed to reply. A a so a Harry thinks it is a ridiculous if not arrogant a to term the saw Millers a your labourer so and . Zimmerman a your Cashiers we should he glad to know Why the saw Millers Are not to be termed laborer.-, when they really Are labourers whether they Are members the Zoar society not. May we ask a a Harry one question we will take it for granted that we May and ask it. Did we in any our letters to the times intimate that we wished to did mind anybody a business but our own ? a trifle monotonous we fancy the readers this column would find it if in giving the news our Village we should speak no one but ourselves. And in giving the news we will course As heretofore write anybody who figures in any noteworthy episodes whether they have Learned to mind their own business not. So much for a a Harry and his sarcastic remarks now for the news the week. School closed last Friday for the Winter term. The pupils did credit to their teachers by rehearsing part what they Learned during the term in the various studies pursued. Both vocal and instrumental music made it very attractive to the Large audience. Miss link and brother Charlie spent three four Days in canal Dover the guests their Uncle Dan Notter. Mrs. Belknap Leesville spent a Day with her sister miss Zahner last week. The weather would be More fitting for december than March with its cold breezes. Ere we again tread some ones toes we will withdraw for this week. Anon. Knights pythias biennial conclave at Milwaukee wist., july 1890. For this great occasion excursion tickets will be sold from All principal Points in the United states and Canada to Milwaukee and return via the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul railway at half rates. As its name indicates the Chicago Milwaukee a St. Paul railway is the direct route to Milwaukee and As the Camp ground for the uniformed knights to which Point cars and trains will be run through without Transfer is located directly this line it will be seen that the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul railway has a great advantage Over other routes which Are unable to furnish such facilities and visiting knights their families and friends should Bear this in mind when purchasing excursion tickets. A circular giving detailed information Wil be mailed free upon application to a. V. Ii. Carpenter Gen. Pass. Agent Milwaukee wis. Waked up effectually. From port Washington. The american Wool reporter last week quotes Ohio and Pennsylvania xxx and above at 33 5 334. Ohio xxx 324033. Ohio x 320 324. Ohio no. 1, 37. Michigan x 2840/29. Michigan no. 1, 35. Ohio Delane 35. A Australia no average 36038. A a a crossbred 380 42. A a a clothing 360j4s. Pittsburg cattle Market. There was a slight Advance cattle in the Pittsburg Market last week Over the previous week extra Good sold at $4,750 5.00. Fair to Good $3.25 03.80. Hogs shrunk in Price Over the previous week prices ranging from $4.10 to $4.45. Sheep sold at an Advance Price ranging from $5.50 to $6.25. Notice to the Public. The principal thing with us at Barnhill is we want a Justice the peace and if the voters Goshen township will look to our interests and the welfare All order Loving citizens and also taxpayers will lend their Aid in elect ing a Justice Here As we have no Protection and a great Many cases Are taken to new Philadelphia that could be settled Here. It would also have a soothing influence Over All. Our candidate is a Labouring Man honest and capable and though he has been a Republican he should be supported by All parties. So when you go to the polls the 7th april see that your ticket reads for Justice the peace l. Beatty. Sri. A scrap paper saves Lier i at a. It was just an Ordinary scrap wrapping paper but it saved her life. She was in the last stage consumption told by physicians that she wa3 incurable and could live Only a Short time she weighed less than seventy pounds. On a piece wrapping paper she read . Kings new discovery and got a Sample bottle it helped her she bought a Large bottle it helped her More bought another and grew better fast continued its use and is now Strong healthy Rosy plump weighing 140 pounds. For Fuller particulars Send stamp to w. H. Cole druggist fort Smith. Trial bottles this wonderful discovery free at f. C. Miller amp son drug store. On last tuesday Walter Wheeler a 10-year-old boy playing around some cars the Monarch Coal tipple started three loaded cars and got in front them to Stop them when the loaded cars ran into some empties standing the track catching Young Wheeler Between them. Hing him so badly that he died next Day. Mat Qualey a popular Young Engineer the pan ii Andle had one leg crushed off and the other badly mashed in a freight wreck at Jewett last wednesday. Hiram Mozena probably the oldest resident in Tuscarawas county died at the residence his grandchild in Uhrichsville last thursday. He was aged 96 years. A Farewell reception was tendered . J. E. Graham at the Central hotel last thursday evening. About fifty gentlemen were present and the occasion was a very pleasant one and very Gratifying to . Graham. Or. Maurice Moody presided and addresses were made by Rev. Romig Al Lingan sex mayor t. I. Healea w. V. Keepers c. B. Street and others ail testifying to their appreciation . Graham As a citizen and neighbor. Or. Graham responded in a feeling manner. Mine Host Hill added fresh laurels to his already Large Wreath. Or. Graham and family will leave for their now Home the Middle this week. The Railroad employees have expressed satisfaction Over the passage the Mcmackin Bill abolishing the voluntary Relief fund. Cyrus. From Watson Creek. George a. Cornet made a business trip to new Philadelphia to Day monday. W. Nargney went to Newcomerstown to Day. Mrs. D. Kinsey Tuscarawas spent several Days this week with friends in port. Miss Minnie Porter a teacher in the new Philadelphia schools is at Home spending the Spring vacation. Or. Allen Gaskill Neoga 111., called Many his friends in town last week. He had been summoned from Illinois to the bed Side his brother Peter at Wolf a station who died last Friday. Insurance agent f. D. Kinsey Tuscarawas has bought property Here e. Main St., and is moving in this week. Port Washington extends him and his family a Hearty Welcome. Or. John Goettge jr., Lias been promoted to Section Boss Section no. 34 the p. C. Amp St. L. Rail Road. His predecessor j. Garrett has gone to Fraser Burgh to accept a position there. Harry Sperling will return to work the pan handle Railroad this week. A. P. Ril fool. A lethargic dormant condition the liver is hardly to be overcome with drastic cathartic and nauseous Chola rogues. A gentler pleasanter and far More effective Means exists arousing the Organ when somnolent. This is Hostetler a stomach bitters vouched for by the medical fraternity tested by the Public for Many j ears. A resumption by the biliary Organ the secretive function with the Active attendant upon health a return to regularity the bowels and a renewal digestion Are no less Happy and certain results using the bitters systematically. Its laxative effect is never painful and drenching its tendency being rather to perpetuate regularity than to produce a copious action. Malaria nervousness debility kidney troubles and neuralgia subdues effectually. 10w4 National educational association. The National educational association and Council education have decided to hold their next annual convention at St. Paul minn., july 4th to 11th, 1890. The committee transportation for the state Ohio has selected the great Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul railway As the a a official line from Chicago to St. Paul and return. Halt rates will be made to All teachers and their friends. For All full and detailed information communicate with supt. C. C. Davidson state manager Alliance Ohio. Ilw6 organisms the soil. It is now regarded As a settled question that the nitrogen the atmosphere is fixed in the soil for the use vegetation by t lie action microbes and that no soil is destitute these germs. It is suggested that the greater development the microbes by farm Yard manures May explain the apparent superiority such fertilizers Over artificial manures theoretically As Good. I am closing out my entire Stock groceries and provisions Etc., Etc., at actual Cost to quit business. This is no Sham i am changing business and must sell out Stock at once. Save 20 per cent now by buying me. Harry Cramer opposite m. E. Church. 13w2 chases Barley malt whisky absolutely pure. Chases Barley malt whisky Rich and excellent. Chases Barley malt whisky strengthens the lungs. Chases Barley malt whisky aids digestion. A. Bippus son sole agents for new Philadelphia. Ilw4 if you have any real estate chattels to sell Call the editor the times. We charge a Liberal commission when sales Are made. No charge for advertising when we act As agent. If you want to Purchase property Call and Sec us. The Mississippi levees continue to Meli away before the flood and Many thousand Square Miles in Mississippi and Louisiana Are under water destroying crops buildings and Stock. Or. Hiram Mozena the oldest citizen Uhrichsville died tuesday last aged 96 years 2 months and 21 he was one the real pioneers Tuscarawas county being born in the last Century and lived in this Community from the time he was a Small though Over sixty years age when the civil War broke out he volunteered in the service his country in the 51st Ohio regiment and was a Brave and faithful Soldier. The funeral took place thursday afternoon and was attended by Welch Post g. A. R., and a Large concourse friends and old paragraph. Pappy Edwards has bought the right three townships Rush Clay and Goshen for the Patent rail Fence. Luck to you Pappy. Or. Fowler has his saw Mill in Lon Den hollow. He is a Good and speedy Sawyer. Boys get a move you you will get left. The Grange in this Vicinity is in a flourishing condition. Four More have been initiated into the mysteries the order. G. C. Hiller and j. W. Edwards intend farming together this summer. Daniel f. Johnson intends building a new dwelling. Also Ames Furbey. Oscar Shull has commenced work at the Dennison shops. O. E. Gilmore has gone to Knox county The entertainment Given by . Of Alliance o., at our school the other night was a grand i. C. U. Notice. At a Public meeting called to meet at the clerks office thursday evening March 27th, for the purpose organizing a Branch the National building and loan Assoc action which was accomplished and the following named citizens a Cre elected officers the Tuscarawas count 7 advisory Board the National building and loan association president Jas. A. I. Richards. 1st vice president John c. Donahey. 2nd a a a a a a. C. Browne. Secretary Henry Billett. Treasurer a. Ii. Ray. Attorney a. S. Souers. J Samuel Moore. Appraisal com. John Kaderly. J Geo. W. Bowers. There will be a Public meeting called the 28th Day april and a cordial invitation is Given to All our citizens to attend. Those wishing to learn anything about the association can do so by writing calling the Secretary Henry Billett and he Wall explain the matter fully to you. Also those who wish to build Homes for themselves will do Wrell by borrowing from this association. Beware contractors who advise you not to have plans and specifications made for your House. You will always secure a better Job work from regular plans and thus save much More than the Cost same and have More artistic Beauty and better proportions for the same Money. You can have such work done by calling s. Lappin no. 1, East Avenue new Philadelphia Tuscarawas county Ohio. 12w4 Normal school. Teachers and others wishing to take a thorough and profitable review in the common higher branches will be informed All particulars relative to the Spring and fall terms a your school a by addressing John p. Kuhn 13w3 new Philadelphia Poor humanity Beltz House fizzle. Kup Epsy. Hattie Moses teacher in the Tuscarawas county children a Home at canal cover was Home Over sunday says her duties Are exacting and very confining very much More so than teaching common school. There Are now7 134 inmates but one third these Are from surrounding counties. Carroll county has but one. There Are two Indian boys and a negro baby and altogether quite a mixture in age color amp a. A a a foundling was brought in last week having been left at a Doorstep in town covered up in a Market Basket. A Carroll chronicle. This is what you ought to have in fact you must have it to fully enjoy life. Thousands Are searching for it daily and mourning because they find it not. Thousands upon thousands dollars Are spent annually by our people in the Hope that they May attain this Boon. And yet it May be had by All. We guarantee that electric bitters if used according to directions and the use persisted in will bring you Good Vij a a i digestion and oust the Demon dyspepsia and install instead Eup Epsy. We recommend electric bitters for dyspepsia and All diseases liver stomach and kidneys. Sold at 50c. And $1.00 per bottle by f. C. Miller amp son druggist. For we Cak lungs and feebleness chases Barley malt whiskey is an excellent tonic. It is absolutely pure full Nutriment and builds up the system. W. Holland sole agent for Uhrichsville. 13w4 the common lot is one sorrow say a at least the pessimists they who look at the worst Side. Certainly what would otherwise be a Bright e existence is often shadowed by some ailment that overhangs it like a pail obscuring perpetually the radiance that else would Light the path. Such an ailment and a very common one is nervousness in other words weakness the nervous system a condition Only irremediable where inefficient improper Means Are taken to relieve it. The concurrent experience nervous people who have persistently used Host every a stomach bitters is that it conquers entirely us per sensitiveness the nerves As Well As diseases so called which Are invited and sustained by their chronic weakness. As the nerves gain stamina from the great tonic the trouble disappears. Use the bitters for malaria rheumatism Billiou Ness and kidney troubles.40-6w4 a splendid dwelling property for Sale a lot 66x264 feet. Good dwelling eight rooms two Halls slate and tin roof Good cellar Good out Kitchen barn buggy shed Corn crib Etc., and a splendid variety fruit. Everything for a pleasant Home and one the Best streets in the town. Call s. Moore real estate agent new Philadelphia. 9tf drunkenness liquor habit. Or in All the world there is but one cure Haines Golden specific. It can be Given in a cup Tea Coffee without the knowledge the person taking it effecting a speedy and permanent cure whether the patient is a moderate Drinker an alcoholic wreck. Thousands drunkards have been cured who have taken the Golden specific in their Coffee without their knowledge and to Day believe they quit drinking their own free will. No harmful effects results from its administration. Cures guaranteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Address in Confidence Golden specific co., 185 race Street Cincinnati 40yi for Sale in the town Phillipsburg a Good business House two Story Frame 22x32, with a two Story addition 8x20, in Good location in the town. The lot is Good. Good Point for hardware store other merchandise. Will sell for $700 Cash. For further particulars inquire s. Moore agent new Philadelphia 9tf for Good building lots Well located in the City Wichita is. Would Trade for town property in new Philadelphia canal Dover for land in Tuscarawas county. A bargain for any one wanting to go West. For particulars inquire Samuel Moore agent. _ for Sale a 70 acre tract Good land live Miles from new7 Philadelphia 45 acres Good coal�?4 it. Vein easy Access 24 it. Of Blackband Ore under 20 acres. Fair buildings Good Orchard Good Spring near the House. Liberal Price and terms easy. A bargain in it. A All at the times office. If you want any information about Western tourist tickets tickets to any Point West South write c. S. Belknap excursion and ticket agent p. O. Box 674, new Philadelphia Ohio. 9tf the times has the largest circulation any paper published in the town and contains All the news. Take it and keep posted in the progressive movements the town. For Sale trade�?160 acres Good land in Holt county Nebraska. Would Trade for property in near new Philadelphia. Title perfect. Call the editor the times. Of the a a Gilsey will be re sold april 19. For and Small tracts Dover Road. Cheap lots easy terms. Dwellings farms Etc. F. S. Office in Mcclane Block. Romig. 46tf

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