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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - April 4, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published Wykry thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. A books bit h -a.s, posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times volume Philadelphia o., thursday april 4, 1889. The a a times advertising rates. Spack. 1 to. One 1 00 3 to. Three inches six inches. Half column. One column. 2 00 3 00 5 00 8 00 $ 2 00 5 00 6 to. $3 00 7 50 7 50 12 50 12 50. 22 50 22 501 40 00 1 yer. 15 00 15 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices. Ten cents per line. Number 15. Business directory. Prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office in the Mclane Block. New Philadelphia Ohio. John w. Nixon. M. A. Physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway Irr the building formerly occupied by . Tinker. 51yl j f. Udrica House painting paper hanging. White washing and Cale Imin ing neatly done and work guaranteed at reasonable prices. Leave orders at Walton a Ackey s shoe store new Philadelphia Ohio. March 2s. 1389. 14m6 j c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building. South Broadway. Residence two doors syp tii 0 a p depot i John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public. New Philadelphia orb. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and it i joining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. Kyi j h. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway 47yl Camuel 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 in Hummel Block second floor. Joseph ?. Murphy a livery amp feed stable Phillips Burgh Ohio. First class rigs for All purposes. Office and stable near Railroad depot. Oct. 25. 44m5 Babcock Hurd 8c co., wholesale grocers 106 amp 10 water St., Cleveland. P. Ii. Babcock ii. In cd jr., Babcock ii. A. Bissop Hurd wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co. Limited new y Ork for the Sale to fir celebrated Alaroma and ban la brands roasted Coffee. 2iyl new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor the weeks doings. The weeks doings. Thursday april 1889. Hummel Block second floor fast High St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 air the new times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.�1.00 if not paid within three mods 1-50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Address All matter intended for Public eation to tan times. It .11 county Duir Urruti c. Contu Viltre. The Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. I. T. Mix is proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. 45yl steam engines boilers and machinery. Engines and boilers for Mill shop farm in every size and style desired and to suit every purpose. Saw Mills and Wood working machinery grist and feed Mills shafting pulleys. Belting and Mill supplies. Also a Large lot Good second hand engines and other machinery very cheap. Harms machine depot. 97 amp 99 first ave., Pittsburgh a. 43yl the members the county democratic executive committee Are hereby notified to meet Friday april 2 that 1 to it clock p in., at the Law office m. V. Ream in new Philadelphia to select a Date for holding the county convention. T. J. Evans cd n. The u. 8. Authorities have ordered three vessels to Samoa to take the place the vessels wrecked in the late Hurricane. The vessels Are the Richmond Alert and Adams. In cry m. Stanley the great african explorer has been heard from by letter at Edinburg. Stanley is Well and in Good spirits lie met Emin Pasha the shores the Albert Nyanza and remained with him 20 Davs. The cities Cleveland and Cincinnati went Republican at the election monday i lie democrats carry everything in Columbus Akron and Norwalk. Mosby was elected mayor in Cincinnati by 551 plurality. 1 he Massillon Independent save judge Ambler Salem <., is spoken As a possible successor to associate Justice Mathews. Judge Ambler has been in our courts Here and is highly spoken As an Able Jurist. Mrs. Margaret Kinlen Milwaukee Wisconsin deliberately burned herself and her three children to death april it by building a lire under the bed in which they Lay. The death her husband and advers to the cause. For Fine printing Call at this office. East Liverpool Young ladies have the walking match craze. The local base ballasts this Section Are preparing for the season 1889. The Burges boys Are doing some excellent sawing at the Dover Salt works. Southern Kansas Farmers arc planting Corn j list now. That is about six weeks ahead is. Miss Ida Reidenbaugh has been confined to the House with sore Throat the past week. If you want horse Bills for draft roadsters go to the times office. We have the inn scary cuts now Feu a first class Job. Those our subscribers who have changed their place residence should notify us so that the paper May follow them. Money to loan first mortgage farm Security at Ivov rates interest. Loans Only taken r three years More an Ltd for sums . And upwards. Privilege making partial payments \ a More Loans granted and Extension time Given when interest is kept up promptly. No commission and no re. For recording mortgages l Luri her particulars and information address aval ii. Ross Gene a agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. 42m october 11, 18 a. Co to m n t a n a via the St. Paul Minneapolis i and Manitoba Rev. A magnificent Dai t Tran Kri Topi Lulu Ellilu &>j4.fiuu. Quot the Montana express a Gaare Mje a apr a Avii to inaugurated Foraker is being pushed Forward by some his friends for the position Halstead was to received minister to Germany. That will Only bring out the opposition to the Sherman crowd and will probably result in his rejection by the Senate. Has Given the con another q u e Fez The sugar Trust Butners that article an Advance three fourths a cent was the notch taken. People however should not complain about trusts during this administration. Iriaine save they Are private affairs that should not be meddled with. Re no one in the United it re Benefit Tod by it than general Wanamaker proposes a auction fourth class mail Matte 50 per Cint. States will be the postmaster general himself for the reason that his Mammoth dry goods House sends thousands dollars Worth goods through the mails. General am s j Longstreet the old ate lie a is living at Washington. He to. He the late emperor William having a Fine figure imposing our Public school is having a vacation this week. The exercises last week were creditable alike to teachers and scholars. Mrs. J. N. Strickmaker gave an elegant Tea party thursday evening last to a number lady and gentleman friends. For Large full Sheet half Sheet posters go the times office. We have just put in a Fine outfit Large Wood Type for that purpose. A sign the door them Nuich amp Gooding store room reads As follows grand opening saturday april 13th, with a 10,000 Dollar Stock new goods. Or. Jacob Kinsey port Washington is lying seriously ill with Little prospects recovering. He was stricken with paralysis last week rendering him almost speechless. Or. Henry Van Lehn Trenton died tuesday from a complication diseases. He was a highly respected citizen. We Are not informed As to when the funeral takes place. Nancy j. Grund has sued the City Massillon for �2,000 damages for injuries sustained in a fall by reason a defected Side walk. It pays to keep the Side walk m Good order. Or. Ambrose Richardson near bars Mill, in sugar greek township died saturday morning last strangulated hernia aged fifty five years. He was a prominent citizen and Farmer. Of drs. Dole a Mitchell dentists make a s a a Fialty saving the natural Teeth and warrant everything they do to be fir. T class. They administer Gas in extracting Teeth when called for. Ilw4 lightning struck the barn Alex. Latto near Uhrichsville saturday night burning the building and killing Luck at �1,800, with some loss probably �2,500. This loss for him by lightning t two Vears. His stallion v other Stock is the second within the me school at Lena by miss Smith closed the Board directors pc the highest terms As a very efficient teacher and have employed her for the summer term school. Her Success in governing it is in her kindness. Ariev taught last thursday. I an . Joseph Strickmaker has sold his dwelling 5th Street to sheriff Bowers. Consideration �2,000. It is a Nice Home and is a very cheap property for that Money. Or. Strickmaker Lias the Western fever and if he should run a air hot full p Quot Csc lie Roa St november elegant dining gabs drawing room sleepers handsome Day coaches a am a free colonist sleepers with Kite n and lavatory. M the Only line to thu three great cities Montana great s alls Helena amp Hotts for maps and general information inquire your own ticket f. I. U Iii Frey Gene a in As. And to t age to St. Paul mimic. It to. Ice High forehead and bowing Snow White Side whiskers and Mustache. General Long Staci t became a Republican and accepted office from general Grant in great ambition is to Divide the Southern White voters so that the solid South and solid North May d i sap Pear. The Senate rejected the appointment Murat Hal bad editor the Cincinnati Ini As minister to Germany by a vote 25 to 19. Lie has stirred up the animals in Ohio and As a result some them will burst their Cage and turn the stale Over to the democrats next fall. has poured out More nastiness into the col Musof his paper than any other Republican editor prominence m his party. President Harrison is indignant Over the rejection. The following marriage licenses were granted Mark Elwood and Georgia a people Lorenz Friddie and Emma s. Limbaugh Lewis Williard and Matilda skeets Louis Stahlecker and Chri Pretorius Frank Smetts and Rachel George ii. Clursey and Doriua i t in Joseph b. Mccartney and Dike b. True Edmond Weber and Ali Swiek Heimur. Ann Quot Wilson Florilla y i 5 election Day a a Ping with the ays. Theeler no offices and Oard was quite Hail tin r township tick d William w. Bowers for trus tree and Adam Zelt b for treasurer. The republicans had Pat. Hannan for trustee and John t. Deffen Bachur for treasurer. Some dissatisfaction arose monday april 1st, w and the weather in k past history election lion f r towns the school 1 . The Dexiu mrs. Harrison when u a Leader the woman i inon -1 lid she would Arv slate dinners. She dots deviate 1 a it m t custom. 1 is a Disapio ointment to to Temperance Union As the lady the White House v example. Alas a to Vilarr the office seekers he Ohser vice refer and now mrs. I vie wed by j Temperance j wine at All j it a pose to j i u to i la c Pat. Trip. Who Republican primary and a peo in act was gotten up which Cai t it i it n s mid am an it oin i appoints the Temperance being conservative. 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. Saved the value a farm. Sellers cough syrup has attained a reputation almost equal to Sellers Pill ? and More could hardly be said any Medicine. The syrup should be kept in every family where there Are children and grown up people find it a most valuable Medicine for coughs cold hours Ness and Throat and lung diseases. The pills Are such a Standard remedy in some parts the country that a family never thinks being without them. Said an old gentleman in Eastern Maryland a Why in be raised my family Sellers Spiik and i consider them almost essential to a family As bread. In the last thirty years they have saved me enough in doctors Bills to pay for a Star. 6m6 Iranon u. Nde by not Republican papers Are making a great ado Over the probability that senator will be a candidate for u. S. Senator. They Hope to make political i capita 1 out it because it is alleged much a a Boodle was used to grease the wheels the legislature when he was elected before. The democracy will be United and if they gain control the legislature they will Send a Good Man to the Senate. They will not attempt to Cross the Stream before they get to it. Postmaster general j Ohn Wanamaker made a speech the other Day in favor High License and prohibition lie favors the constitutional amendment in his state and exhorted his audience 800 who listened to his words to work and Pray and vote for it. He should have asked this to be done in a blocks live a and contributed a few thousand dollars to carry the amendment. A sunday Christian and every Day Devil in practice tends to confuse the people in their Endeavor to find the righteous path. Caused a u conceded ii precincts it a was elected precinct Cam the Pem Ocra n a s a b Al Conte the up c0ll 1. But the candidate tor do it doubtful As to a Etc i and naturally 4t. It was generally evening a fur three bed that Pat Hannan when the Pike run \ gave Billy Bowers validate one a majority Over Hannan. The interest entered tru be and the Republican candidate Fogt a treasurer was doubtless made a sacrifice to accomplish the election Trust The school contest resulted in Cue election Jacob Miller and John w. Kinsey by 110 and 413 majority respectively. Some made the Issue Ray for superintendent schools an 1 anti Liay. We do not know that the result the election will change the head the school but do know that it will make a change in the High school. There seemed to be but Little interest taken in the election councilmen. Or. Leroy Springer was re elected and has been a very Good councilman. Or. James w. Knisely and . Schailer were the new members the Council elected. It is rumoured that As the Council now stands the majority will oppose the purchasing the Park . We Trust however that this is not the Case. Quot we believe that the gentlemen elected arc Public spirited men and will do what is reasonable and honest for the improvement and welfare the town. We have been informed already that . Springers views in regard to improvement have been misquoted. The election is Over and let us All join hands for the welfare the town. I purchaser for his gallery he May conclude to go West. A Small Dakota a a blizzard struck this Chon country Friday evening last. 11 pinched those who were out considerably. And saturday night we experienced a heavy Thunder storm accompanied with a High wind and rain but Short duration while today wednesday we Are having Beautiful Spring weather. Or. Thomas Benner an old and highly respected citizen living at Eastport the Uhrichsville Road died tuesday morning. He is the lather our county commissioner Robert Benner and one the Pun. Ers this county. He j the infirmities old age. Thus passes away a respected citizen. Prof. Ray was called to Assumption Illinois by to Gram saturday last a recount the death his father . Wiiliam r by. The deceased was a res i it Tuscarawas count Many years living Luau Cream Valley. He remove to Illinois in the year 1869. Lie died at the age 73 years. Prof. Ray will be absent several Dags. The democratic county convention a bad been St for May -1th, but the com a Lias concluded to change it. The committee meets Friday and will then Dot finitely Settle the Date which will not inter than the 18th May. We j have quite a number announcements j candidates to make but have concluded to hold them Back until after the committee meets. They will All appear next week. Iton. S. K. Donavon Delaware o., delivered his John Brown lecture to a moderate sized but appreciative audience in the method Iff Church thursday evening last. Or. Invests that tragedy with an interest that can hardly be realized at this Remote Day. He is an eloquent orator and holds his audience during his vivid descriptions by handling his subject in a masterly Way. It is nicely adjusted to avoid All acrimonious delusions and is in every Way creditable to his literary character As an author and orator. The american and German War vessels at Samoa were All a knocked out in one round by a Hurricane in the Harbor at that place a few Days ago. The vessels were All wrecked. The Captain and the officers and 70 men were lost the Eber Crew. The Captain 4 officers and 40 men the Vandalia 7 men the nip sic and 15 the Adler were lost. The storm was so severe that the vessels drug their anchors and were cast ashore. Come to the times office to get. Your election tickets printed. Come to the times office for horse Bills. We have draft cuts and roadsters firs class work guaranteed. I your local advertising in the times. Circulation 56 quires one half larger than any other democratic paper in the county. Muzzle your dogs now if you wish to protect them from the Poison route. Several canines passed in their checks this Road the past week. A Little boy by the name Michael Hines Carroll county fell off Ai Wood pile last week striking the Back i. Head and breaking his neck. A party Clinton county White Caps Hung a coloured boy the 29th last. A doctor hearing the pleadings tiie Darkey ran and Cut him Down. Peter Deweese a Darke county Farmer was taken to the Penitentiary the 2d inst., for the burning his own barn. The act was done to get the insurance. The democrats elected their Man Oscar Brashear mayor Steubenville monday. The usual Republican majority in that City is goo. Brashears majority is 87. We regret to notice the death mrs. Stephens a. Buhrer wife sex mayor Buhrer Cleveland after a very Brief illness. Or. B. Is Well known to Many citizens Tuscarawas county who deeply Sumpat Fize with him in his Afflic Tive bereavement. Or. John nagely owner the Champion planing Mills this City was awarded the contract for the building . John Sharps new residence. It is to be quite a Fine residence and will Cost about �3,500. The location is West High Street next to judge Lahmer. Mrs. Lucinda Mackaman near new Cumberland died suddenly heart disease wednesday evening last. She was nearly 75 years old. Her husband was taken away by death about 8 years ago. She was buried at the Zion cemetery. She was a Good kind Mother. Robert Parks water Street and an old citizen died suddenly monday afternoon from a paralytic attack. He was at work painting for . Gilgen at the time and lived about half an hour alter he was smitten. He was buried wednesday afternoon in the new Philadelphia cemetery. Sunday base playing which is allowed in Columbus Cincinnati and perhaps Cleveland is As conducive to sin and immorality As Many other things that Are forbidden. They might As Well open up All the business houses As to permit open saloons and base Ball playing the Sabbath. Base Ball is Well enough in us place. From Rush township. Mrs. Henry Best mention whose illness was made in my last letter died Friday morning last at 1 clock and was interred at Kennedy a Church saturday. A Large concourse sympathizers friends and neighbors accompanied her remains to their final resting place thus showing and paying the last tribute love and respect to the memory the deceased. She was seriously ill Only about two weeks and was Cut Down in the prime her life her age being Only 48 years 8 months and 11 Days Twenty two years which she passed As the Happy wife our Friend. A sorrowing husband and four children three boys and one girls mourn a Good and True wife and a kind indulgent Mother. 1 am not aware her having been a member any Church and in paying my mite to her memory i can do so no better than in the words a great philosopher a i have said a thousand times and 1 say again that the idea immortality that like a sea has ebbed and flowed in the human heart with its countless Waves Hope and fear beating against the shores and rocks time and Fate was not born any Book nor any Creed nor any religion. It was born human affection and it will continue to ebb and flow beneath the mists and Clouds doubt and darkness As Long As love kisses the lips the dutch Valley school closed Friday March 29th, with a rousing picnic. The exercises showed a marked improvement in educational Progress which is due to the energetic and tireless efforts the excellent teacher miss Mollie Westhafer who has brought the school to a Standard second to none in the township. The tables were Laden Down with the culinary accomplishments the Many Good ladies the District and it would have made the Mouth a Delmonico water to have seen displayed the delicacies every form ready to be attacked by the hungry multitude. The following presents were distributed by miss Westhafer to the scholars named As a remembrance and for having excelled in their studies regular attendance and Good conduct Nettie Varner 2 pieces Good conduct and regular attendance Ettie Figley Book Good conduct class a Della Figley Book and vase regular attendance class a Jessie Figley Book and vase regular attendance and Good conduct Cla its a Annie Mcdowell Book regular attendance class a Minnie Wardell Book Good conduct class a. Now a word to the directors. Take a fools advice and stick to your present teacher you can never get a More efficient one. Mrs. Elza Parrish a former resident this township who some two years ago had an operation performed upon her for cancer and has been ill Ever since has at last been released from her sufferings. She died in Gnadenhutten tuesday night last. Grandmother Milligan at the present writing is also very Low and expected to pass beyond the River at any moment. C. It. I tic. Personal mention. L. B. Ludwig has returned from his Mckeesport trip. Suthern Kansas reasoning mrs. Kate Buell has returned from her trip to Washington City. Miss Cora Schweitzer entertained whist no. 3., tuesday evening. Over the opening the territory some her towns will be depopulated Charles l. Mcllvain is Home from Wooster College for a Short vacation. Miss Nellie Miskimen Newcomerstown is visiting relatives m this City. Clias. E. A xxx spent the Sabbath at the country residence Losea Fisher we t town. Miss Bell Skinne spending la r vacation with her parents this cite. Miss Ella Roll visited her Mother in did town and miss Clara Custer Over Sabbath. Miss Maine Knisely newcomers town is visiting miss Helen Knisely this City. Or. And mrs. A. T. Raiff have returned Home from a three months visit to Washington City. Wichita kan., March 28. The looked for proclamation the opening Oklahoma was received Here with demonstrations great Joy. Flags were Hung from buildings Cannon were fired and bonfires built. The same enthusiasm welcomed the news All Over the South Kansas. Exten i Sive preparations Are being made j for entering the country and some the towns Southern Kansas will Al most be depopulated. The Boomers who have been camped along the line Are making ready to move. The cattle men Are hurrying to Oklahoma to a get their cattle As they fear violence to Stock and property from their deadly Den son is enemies the Boomers. The soldiers have left Oklahoma City. The Boomers made bold to come out their concealment in the Woods to hear the news. The crowd kept swelling in size and it was estimated that there were eight Hundred persons that rejoiced Over the news. Real estate transfers. Compiled in the office the recorder deeds miss Lea Hardman one Uhrichsville a loveliest Young ladies is visiting Nena Lytle West High Street. Miss Anna Belle Knisely is spending the week at Newcomerstown with her sister mrs. R. Ii. Mccleary. Mrs. Frank Mauk Hamilton Kansas is visiting her parents . And mrs. Henry Congleton West Ray Street. Or. And mrs. Moses Goodwin left monday last for a health trip to magnetic Springs Ulison county Or. And mrs. George Dunmire Mansfield Are visiting mrs. �?Ts parents Adam Sli River and wife East High St. A Novi 1 Book Iii a unique and Beautiful publication . Romeyn b. Hough Lowville n. Yfim expects to exhibit the Structure All important american Woods by actual specimens. Part 1 the work was lately completed and gives 27 specimens Eye h consisting a three thin slices mounted in Black cardboard frames f in by nine inches in size. The scientific names and the popular names in four languages Are printed these frames. An accompanying pamphlet fully describes the species represented properties us shaving the a mrs. Alvin Vinton and son Al. Have just returned from a three months tour through California and other Western states. _ misses Fannie and Mary Stoutt canal Dover visited their grandmother mrs. A. Vinton North Broadway last week. Or. Frank Domer has returned to his Home in Youngstown o., after a few weeks visit with his parents and Sisters in this cite. M iss Myrtle Smith and miss Grace Brooks Uhrichsville Are visiting it the residence j. C. Price East High Street. Miss Alice Schweitzer and Charlie Vansickie Coshocton county have been spending a few Days with miss May Schweitzer at her Home South new Philadelphia. Nut Etc. Dates their tango a Well made Case Yearance an elegantly bound Octavo volume contains the whole. Fro ii Stock Creek. Schools have nearly All closed in the township. The election went off quietly. The following were the Lucky ones Jefferson town hip trustee b. F. Spring treasurer Daniel wherly assessor Theobald Kutscher supervisor the town District John Gintz . A. J. Kummel canal Dover the world famed photographer has lately Popp d his camera at the Tunnel workmen and has produced some attractive pictures. Lie has also taken our school children in a group. He has found Sale for quite a number the pictures and has Good Prospect for More work in this Section. la a to is. The following list unclaimed utters remain in the new Philadelphia Postof lice april 1, u"9 a mrs. Mary sir tier j. F. Miller miss Aige Tucker Emma Kneel Teason Boggs win Broadhurst Marion Davis miss c. C. Cube miss Kate Martin t. Or. Stanley rank lock 17, was in town tuesday having some horse Bills printed. He is the owner one the Best All purpose horses in the county and breeders will do Well to Call him at lock 17. Roll Honor new Philadelphia Union school for term ending March 29, 1889. Pupils who have been neither tardy nor absent Eddie Hannan Carrie Joss Maggie Knodle Carrie Knodle Clara Dick Cora Ridgeway Dora Gintz Arthur Slagle Roy Sweaney Edith Mcdowell Gertrude Knisely Lottie Knodle Flora Braehler Dora ditto Marian Granbery Kittie Scott Jimmy Green Eddie nagely Johnie Pyle Eddie Venhauer Joeice Gintz Maggie Kinsey Etta Shoemaker Arthur Amman Frank Robb Billy Mathews Henry Glauser Willie Schwab Lula Bigler Emma Sehl Annie Green Laura Figert Laura Kesling Clara Kratz Roy Bowers John Young Johnny Griffiths Artie Ridgeway May Springer Hattie Scott Katie Zimmerman Emmet Campbell harks Carey Frank Schwab Sophie Gintz Sarah Smith Annie Howard Vav Ilse Zimmerman Tom Rankin Myrtle Robb Emma Leister Mamie Evans Maggie Eckert Mary Jones Nettie Meyer Emu a Stine Alma v ise Clara Gehrk a Charlie Thompson Walter we Mel Willie Helmon Irace Smith Annie met -.?, Henrietta Hunt Bertha Bippus Willie Rankin Henry Walton Eddie Stoody George Axx Willie Huber Willie Shoch Henry Sehl Eddie Sehl Victor Walter Wylie Domer a Erly ii. Moreland l. Patterson Zimmerman Jacob m. Naylor William , mrs. Maggie Miller Jesse laundress j. R. Ferrille Frank Harman mrs. Thos. Chambers. If not called for in fourteen Days Wii. Lie sent to the dead letter office. Please say a a k. P. Degreif p. M. Lucy Scott Ada Shrek Sadie Yeagley Ida waiter Cora Howard Mary Joss Bertha Schwab Isaac Cook Charles Dick Ralph i Hendershott Theodore Kad Ray Seth Powell Marian mall Vaine Della , Charley but overs i Van Barrack John Evans Fred Pratt j Willie Thornburg Bertha Kennedy i Maud Miller Minnie Mccullough car i Rie stiff a Nna Slu Maeker. A sensible Man would use Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs. It is curing More cases coughs colds asthma bronchitis croup and All Throat and lung troubles than any other Medicine. The proprietor has authorized any druggist to give you a Sample bottle free to convince you the Merit this great remedy. Large bottles 50c and �1. Every lady suffering from those distressing female complaints weakness Etc., so common to her sox should Send her address and receive full particulars a Xeric treatment for such troubles. Sent free. . If. Ii. Armstrong 3033cambridge St., phila., a. 51yl the times office is the place to get a first class Job printing done. Orders by mail promptly filled As cheap As though you were Here in person. Land appraisers next year a new apr audient the real Esau in Ohio will take place Anil for this purpose land appraisers will be elected at the regular Elk action next november it is the duty the county commissioners at their june a Sion to Divide the county into suitable districts and give notice by publishing the same m the papers m order that an appraiser May be elected in each District. Heretofore it has been the custom to denominate each township and District. The judges election Are required to keep a separate poll Book the same which shall be returned to the county auditor who with the clerk and probate judge will declare the result. The auditor is required to furnish the appraisers with abstracts books instructions Etc., As soon As practicable after the first Day March 1890, when they shall enter upon the discharge their duties. The matter selecting these demands the consideration the Public and none but men sound judgment who understand the value real estate should be Sentinel. Having disposed my property and am going out business will sell my entire Stock buggies at Cost All my own make. Cimias. Gocpt new Philadelphia 9wl2 Rinc up their Good Money. Three men were arrested near Zanesville last sunday night the charge dealing in counterfeit Money. Evidence was not Strong enough to hold them and they were discharged. The arrest however revealed a curious Story. A Man named White told Charles and Harry Guy that he could work several Hundred dollars out a gang counterfeiters if they would pretend they desired to Purchase some Green goods. They consented. Saturday three men arrived and gave White �300 in Good new Bills to show the Guys As a Sample pretending they were counterfeit. White took the Good Money pocketed it and left the swindlers in the lurch. One the latter gave his name As Hill Uhrichsville another claimed to be a hotel keeper in Cambridge and the third a hotel keeper in Coshocton Standard. Lawyer and thief. Indianapolis March 29. Joseph r. Kealing a Wel known at Torney lives at Stratford two Miles East the City limits. Last night while walking homeward Street cars having stopped a highwayman compelled him to stand and deliver. �?o1 have but �3,�?� said . Kealing. A you look Well fed. Give me that. What a your business a a a lawyer a was the response a and we Are not doing Well now a continued . Kealing As lie made a tender the Money. A Well a said the highwayman a will Divide with you it would look too much like one thief robbing another if i took your pile a and Divide he did. The a Wichita Eagle is devoting a great Deal its valuable space just now to criticisms the administration. A Kansas and kansans Are being slighted by the president while Missouri Indiana and other states Are getting All the fat Wichita had a Man for every position in the gift the president from a place in the Cabinet Clear Down to the end tie list and her delegation strikers in Washington were so persistent in their demands that there was no alternative for president Harrison but to appoint a Wichita Man ignore Kansas for the time being. In one two instances Wichita had two men for the same place. Wichita is not Kansas and when her crowd bullies get Home the chances Are that Kansas will be properly recognized by the Kin Rehg Mercury. Jacob f. Baad administrator to Jacob l. Maurer lot 7, Bolivar �3,868.55. Rosabella Strickmaker to Edward Lute lot 7, Blakes Mills 500.00. Edward Stinebaugh to Edward Lute part lot 6, Blakes Mills 400.00. Charles Burris to John c. Fox part lot 66, Shanesville 125.00. Clement v. Mcclusky to James Reidy lot 18, Dennison 1000. Ellen l. I Tibbs to Levi j. Mathias 3 55-100 acres Warwick tp., 293.23. Robert k. Dixon to James f. Milar lot 374, new Philadelphia 3,600. Dora m. Dugan to John c. Fisher 150 acres Rush tp., 6,000. Charles c. Wolty t it Thos. P. O Connell part lot 289, new phila., 3,005. Thos. I. 11 up linger to Elizabeth scribble 5-100 acre new Philadelphia 70.00. T. K. Williams to Thos. Let. Keplinger 40-100 acre new Philadelphia 400.00. Daniel Rufenacht to John ii. Meese 50 acres Jefferson tp., 2,750. Henry Schug to John Ludwig lots 123 and 124, port Washington 200.00. George w. Huston to Loucy a. Mcdowell part lot 507, new phila., 312.00. John ii. Simons to George h. Mott 23-100 acre Goshen tp., 385.00. Samuel p. Davis to Nicholas Gilbert part lot 5, Bolivar 1.00.nehemiah Cox to we. Mccauley lot 116, Uhrichsville 1,440. George Welty it Al., to Charles Cline lot 3, Dover 1,200. Grand jury april term 1889. A Liberal offer. Adam Deible . Christian Ruof Lawrence. A a Frederick Haas Wayne. A a John w. Burris Wayne. A a John Meese Warwick. A a Cyrus Mizer Franklin. A a Peter Kreiger Salem. A a c. Ii. Shantz Perry. A a g. F. Sha Wacker Bucks. A a i. A. Heminger Fairfield. A a Neely Morris Washington. A a Alexander Fenton Trenton. A a la ton Simmerman Washington. A a William Crist Warren. A a s. W. Sherman Mill. A a Petit jury april term 1889. Twp. George Washington a inaugural Ion. Excursion tickets to Newyl Ork at very Low round trip rates will be sold from All principal stations the Pennsylvania lines West Pittsburgh for the Centennial Celebration the inauguration George Washington to be held april 29th and 30th, 18s9. This Celebration is in the hands Well known and enterprising citizens new y Ork who Promise that it shall be a most picturesque and magnificent carnival. For Complete information regarding rates fare and train accommodations for individuals organized bodies apply to the nearest passenger ticket agent the Pennsylvania lines. Low 4 Progi tin statistics m. Faye show that since 1877 the metric system has been adopted completely by 53,000,000 people has become optional with 19.000,000, and a 4 been a United in the custom House Peter Thompson Mill. Ii. Ii. Worley Washington. John Sattler jr., Sandy. William Miller Washington. William Elvin Mill. W. O. Page Mill. John a. Wardell Goshen. A. T. Herrick Mill. Emanuel Amiek Dover. Ambrose Richardson Sugarcreek. John Streb Lawrence. L w. Walker Warren. C. E. Walton Warwick. J. M. Knisely it Goshen. A. M. Hutson Rush. Reason Sparks Warren. C. C. Dickinson Oxford. . M. Kase Nan Goshen. C. F. Sylvan Lawrence. C. C. Forney Goshen. A woman a discovery. A another wonderful discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this county. Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for seven years she withstood its severest tests but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent. For three months site coughed incessantly and could not sleep. She bought us a bottle . Kings new discovery for consumption and was so much relieved taking first dose that she slept All night and with one bottle has been miraculously cured. Her name is mrs. Luther thus write w. Hamrick in co., Shelby n. a free trial bottle at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. Sea temperatures. In a recent paper before the London society Telegraph engineers . V. Lant Carpenter mentioned that the temperature the Mediterranean was found to be 51 f. At a dept ii 2000 fathoms while in the Atlantic at no great distance 36 was met with at the same depth. Oiler instances Thermal differences Between partially landlocked seas and the Ocean were gown Niong them the red sea in which the minimum temperature is 71. In the snip sea the lowest temperature was found to be 50�.5 at 2550 fathoms while the temperature was 32 to 33� at the nne depth in the Indian Ocean. An ingenious and useful called a paper rack has inn a to n 00,000 g 127,0 to s viol me i Usi Soi g0 a non a total system Day the 9 More a fore than in 18 794,000,000. V is to lilt an no pc Recei Wau is Finis the re m n actual it among 100,000,000 people not unt the. To Ifird am >,000 against 162,000,000 in u and Luiu la and by Ami peril it lib scores it Best Gem 311, look Bimini. Magazines music periodicals Law and medical books Rilling and Blank books made to order at the lowest possible . Missing numbers supplied. J. J. Hoppinger so co., Cor. Seneca and Long St Cleveland february 21, 9m3 item by we. S. I1 handsomely i 1, with Nickic to rented. It will is Magazine j newspapers. The j ire newspaper and Magazine Holder a Ever invented. It takes but Little room j it is ornamental to any room. No need i having papers magazines it e., thrown about promo piously. Keep i them in order. One Thi get handsome and useful Racks sent to any address for Only 50 cts. Send postal note. Agents wanted. Address the new Novelty co., Wauseon Ohio. A great Surprise for Sale 207 acres half mile West Aurora Centre two Good houses barns granary living water Etc. Terms easy. C. W. Amp Mcc. Hurd 102 amp 104 water St., Cleveland 6w3 for Sale a Good second hand Phaeton Houpt make practically As Good As new and Cost �150. Will sell Low want to buy a two seat Rig is the reason for Selling. Inquire at the times office. 3t houses for Sale. Is in store for ail who use Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lung the great guaranteed remedy. Would you believe that it is sold its merits and that any druggist is authorized by the proprietor this wonderful remedy to give you a Sample bottle free it never fails to cure acute chronic coughs. All druggists sell Kempis Balsam. Large bottles 50 cents and $1. Any person sending us one new subscriber to the new Philadelphia times for one year can have either the following periodicals for one year at the reduced Price in the right hand column. If you wish one the papers named below at these Low figures Send the amount together with �1.00 for the times. The subscribers for the times must be new ones and not transferred from one member a family to another. Address All orders to newspaper subscription Agency Stone Creek Ohio. Left hand column is publishers Price �1 50 american agriculturist $1 20 1 00 Cleveland Plain dealer. 1 00 a a Leader. 3 00 a a press daily. 1 15 Cincinnati enquirer. 1 00 a a times. 1 00 a a come a Gazette. 1 50 Chicago Ledger lit. 1 00 Detroit free press. 1 00 Dairy world. 3 00 fireside companion. 50 farm journal. 3 00 Golden Days. 1 10 household Brattle Borough 4 00 harpers Magazine. 4 00 a a weekly. 4 00 a a Bazar. 2 00 a a Young people 1 3 00 new York ledge. 2 3 00 a a weekly. 2 1 00 a a world. 5 00 puck. 4 1 00 Pittsburg Chron. Telegraph. 4 00 police Gaz. Or sports a world 3 3 00 saturday night. 2 prices other papers application. We handle leading German papers. Yoder for governor. 1 90 90 00 00 85 90 25 90 so 2 25 25 2 25 90 3 25 3 45 3 45 70 50 50 90 00 85 25 Millersburg March 23. The Holmes co. Farmer the democratic Organ this Backbone county democracy in a Long editorial hoists the name Hon. S. S. Yoder congressman from the Lima District As a candidate for governor at the coming dispatch to enquirer. Hon. S. S. Yoder was we believe a Tuscarawas county boy is Well and favourably known Here and we 4heartily endorse the movement the Farmer. Or. Yoder is an Able Man and has represented his District in Congress with credit. He is such a Democrat As will unite the entire democratic forces the state and if made the Standard bearer will win a Victory for us this year. Let old Tuscarawas rally around her Noble son. The verdict unanimous. W b suit druggist Bippus ind., testifies a a i can recommend electric bitters As the very bust remedy. Every bottle sold has Given Relief in every Case. One Man took six bottles and was cured rheumatism ten years Abraham Hare druggist Bellville Ohio affirms a the Best Selling Medicine i have Ever handled in 20 years experience is electric thousands others have added their testimony so that the verdict is unanimous that electric bitters do cure All diseases the liver kidneys blood. Only half Dollar a bottle at f c a i her amp songs drug store. For Sale. An 81-acre tract splendid land�?20 acres level Meadow land Rich live Sandy soil and the remainder smooth Rich Ridge land every foot tillable about 10 acre. Firs class Timber Ordinary dwelling Good barn two Orchards firs class fruit in All 40 acres Well watered with Springs goo 1 soft water 3 mile from Railroad 1 1 2 mile from two stations the c. M. Railroad 1 Miles to Liberty and 5 t it Newcomerstown 1 1 mile to Post office and stores about 30 acres Good Coal with Bank opened. Terms easy and the Best bargain Ever offered. Title perfect. Call write to the times office new philada., Reason for Selling party wishes to go to new coun try for Sale.�?20 acres land situated in Goshen township Tus. Co., Ohio. Large Frame House Good stable and outbuilding Orchard apples pears Pearlus Eie. This property is within a Quarter a mile the Goshen Coal works. These works arc owned and operated by one the Best companies in Ohio. Property Well situated for a i aiding House. Twenty thousand Batik pos scan be made from the proms and which find ready Sale. Apply at the times office to Henry Burton the premises. Oct. 4. 4im0 a a Rojt try for Sale. Two lots 264x66, with Good two Story a me dwelling 10 rooms All Neces by outbuildings Good Well and Cis a in and a Good cellar under the House. 1 kind fruit. Would sell As Ole Divide. On a Good Street in w Philadelphia. Terms very reason a. Inquire at times office. 29t i in Sale. A farm Twenty acres situated in Ash township eight acres cleared and madder in Timber. Lays Well and i is known As the kudu for further information Good soil. It Walton tract Inq Urc the owner mud run Valley Norman Rupert 10wl2 a number desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from �500 to �8000. Enquire at times office. For Sale cheap. Farm 91 acres situated in Rush township within three Miles two railroads Good new House and other buildings Well improved. Also 50 acres Good Hill land situated within two Miles Uhrichsville. For further information Call w. Ii. Westhafer Tracy Tuscarawas co., I4tf for Sale will Trade for a Small piece land property in new Philadelphia a hotel stand in the town Philipsburg this county. The lot is Large and has Good buildings it also Hall rink the same lot. A Good bar and Pool room in connection with the hotel. Good stable. For information Call at the times office. 46tf. Fob Sale a will Trade for Good town property a 40 acre tract Good Nill land 304acres it Good Timber 10 acres cleared no buildings. 44 foot vein Coal under the whole tract situated about 3 Miles North Trenton Tuscarawas county. For further information Call at the times office. Any person in need a first class typewriter should not fail to write to j. W. Kolli Stone Creek for catalogue and Sample writing the world Tanaw Rizir. X>rices�10 and �15

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