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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - April 8, 1891, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published Byrt 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. Youb favor 80licitd. Volume i. New Philadelphia times the a times Quot advertising rates. 8pach. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column., one column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1yt. 1100 2 00 3 00 5 00 8 00 $200 5 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 $3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 40 00 $ 5 00 is 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per Philadelphia o., wednesday april 8, 1891. Number 15. Cleveland Pittsburgh e. R. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect nov. 23, 1s90. Going East. Stations. Mail express j local. I Kava new Philadelphia canal Leo a. Zoar. Mineral Point Joll a i. \rnv8 Avard. Alliance. A. A a a pc. Pit s Quot a do. H 25 . 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Population new Philadelphia 5,000 4tthe new Philadelphia times be Pubil sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in advances1.00 if not paid within three to s lr>0 us remittances should be sent by draft registered letter po3toftice order to the address the proprietor. I address All matter intended for publication to the times. The weeks doings. The times office is in Myers Block. F Yah want a plow ? John Myers la i you one at Bottom prices. Str j. A Are run Dally except sunday. A a a is f a the Vest cd Ioe it at Alliance the a great flt a it p. 31 Man sleep Ink cars and we n s to Chicago. A in Las. Rates fare Etc. Apply car sent new pm Lade Psia Hio. Odd e. A. Ford iral manager. Gen. L As. Age to Clev 1 a and Marietta Ivy a i a fact Drc. 11, 1390. Going set. In. Stations. G Cine n oath. No. 5. N0.3.j no. 1 2 1 no. J. 4 a i Quot a Volar. I. 235 by a pin. 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I. 1240 510 Sll Dudley. 7 4 11234 547 141 South Olive 3225 653 s23 Dexter City 821 12.0 090 v3d Macksburg 734 1213 60s 837 Elba. 726 1206 619 1 848 Warner. 715 11 5 629 858 Whipple. 705 1115 -41 1909 Stanley. 53 pay Wood. 648 Tll-8 705 i 932 Marietta. 630 1110 810 1 230pm inv Parks by 155 7 Loam the third party that is expecting to get any electoral votes from the South is doomed to disappointment. The old tub a Galena a has been pulled Oil the rocks Gay head in order to make work for the Republican strikers new Hampshire and Massa the alleged failing Oil in the percentage increase in the negro race in the South is very Eay to account for. The census enumerators in the South did t enumerate Ull the Nee Rocs. Governor h Ogg Texas Hasni to a w mrs. Elizabeth Clark Cleveland is visiting her daughter mrs. D. Wyss. April so far has been a bad month considerable Snow and very disagreeable weather. Miss Ola Clark Cleveland spent sunday in our City the guest her sister mrs. Daniel Wyss. Full and Complete fits in g. A. It. Suits can be had at the Boston clothing House. 12w4 married at the Sherman House april 2, 1891, by Rev. J. R. Keyes Elmer e. Bergar and miss Cora Varner both Tracy Ohio. Married by Rev. J. R. Keyes at the m. E. Parsonage March 31st, 189, e. 8. Leggett and miss Blanche i Libbs All Barnhill Ohio. If you want a Nice building lot in a desirable location done to fail to see the Oak Grove addition. Call George w. Bowers Samuel Moore. Lotf the week doings. Notice to assessors. From Dundee. Very pretty name but his. Head Isle a level All the same. Lie wants no Pat real ism in his not even when it is prose in in cents Lii i it Uii l All the qty itch two a a reduced by that state special to our Republic Bun Frier Ore you allow the democrats to sent your sore ii c ride who shall head their pres ticket next year and devote in to nursing the numerous ads your own daily. What Benefit would accrue to the rest the states by the admission Newfoundland to the Union As a state this question May May not be pertinent at this time but we would be. Pleased to have it intelligently answered. If tip stations. Through coaches trains no. 2 Ami 3, Between Marietta Canton Akron Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with c. W. Amp to t. A 0. Sex. By., z a A. And Ohio River packets at Cambridge with Amp 0. East and West at Newcomerstown with p,0. A St l. East and a St at canal Dover with c. L. A w. And c. Amp p. North and East at Valley Junction with w. A l. A and Valley i a. A. T. W10.oki�?T. Gen manager. W k Rich Altos Geum a pass age to w h k1 is it a it w a. Pc g s s c t a a Al -1 w if if 1 2 e i cd t a x a 2> co a a pc 5 a a oses so c31xxi stations. It i x a i �?3 p it so a i co j j it. A it p w Ltd it i to t�?nr5. O. G 5 c c = y. up Cal re to m i 4 a a it u i a i a a g i j 1 ii acco e v for v it i l4 a u Uncle Sam is quite Well to do in fact wealthy but it is not probable that he will again indulge in the extravagant luxury a billion Dolhar Congress for some years to come. 11 did not agree with his internal arrange ments. Lock Cut for the counterfeit two Dollar Silver certificates they carry the portrait the late Gen. Hancock their faces and Are printed upon paper so near like the genuine that Treasury experts have been deceived. The township race was not wholly lost to the i it democracy notwithstanding the fact that about 150 majority is always against us. Lewis Myers was clotted Over his opponent Joseph Lytle i by 106 majority. Or. Myers is a worthy Young Man and will make a Good township treasurer. The Man who wishes to read prominent democrats out the party because their views do not in All things agree with his Isnit making As much fuss As he was a Short time ago. This is no time to talk about Reading men out the party it is Only by presenting a United front to tire enemy that we can elect the next president. If we Are to wait until the revenues the Post office department exceeds the expenditures before we can have one cent letter postage there is every likelihood a very Long wait As the postal subsidy Law the la get Congress will add very largely to the expenditures that department without adding much to its receipts for some time to come. Lete line farm in county is kept by John w Philadelphia. Lie has in that line. 11 v4 Samuel Shamberger has started a picture Frame factory East High St it next Dot to Adam shrivel millinery store and is making it Boom. Call and see him. Kef. Distilled from the richest malted Barley chases Barley malt whisky is full Nutriment mild and excellent and Absolu Ducly tire. A Bippus a son sole agent for new Philadelphia 15a 1 for Sale a Small Home ten acres log House Good cellar Good Spring and Spring House and Small Orchard. Price 8500. Terms�?8200 Down and remainder in payments. Apply at times office. 4tf the promptness and certainty its cures have made chamberlains cough remedy famous. It is intended especially for coughs colds croup and whooping cough and is the most effectual remedy known for these diseases. 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. Miller a son druggists. A few Choice residence lots adjoining corporation the East Side North Broadway for Sale not far from electric St. Light. Do not miss tic Opportunity. For Price terms Etc., which Are reasonable enquire s. Moore times office add re Ben. F. Sager pit coi Burg it. W Ayne amp Chicago Railroad inset time table in effect May 18 it tip Ai no. 1. 9. 11. Is depart from Fiance As follows Central time going a St i no. 11. 6. Express going line. A Noria Ticki Burton station Beauga co., 9tf anyone who desires a lot convenient to the rolling Mill should Call s. Moore. Lots can be had at a Low figure in the Block West front Street and to Inorg . Dubach. Terms�?$50 Down and $50 per year until paid. Also some Nice lots reasonable terms sixth Street adjoining the Rev. Icing Ely property. Also Walnut Street. Easy payments and Long time. Call at this office and we will show you the lots.5tf the City a v Al and went Republican by about 0 majority with one exception. W. Yvo Armstrong democratic candidate for City treasurer was elected by a handsome majority. Cincinnati w Iorito. To the i it mean by a Small a mayor v. As elected by the Campbell trouble had healed up. Columbus went miss Edith b., the handsome daughter . And mrs. James Hummel will be married april i-4th, to w. A. Vav Llmott Kent Or. Wilmott being a Catholic the marriage ceremony will be in accordance with the rules the Catholic Church and will take place at Kent. A reception will be Given them by . And mrs. J. Hummel at their r silence West St. Clair Street april 10th. Or. Wilmott is a Young Man excellent character and a telegraphed. They will reside at Kent Wall paper the largest Stock and the lowest prices in the county. We have from three to five times As much paper to pick from As any Ltd Tler in the county. Now for prices All our Brown Blank Grade paper is eight cents ail Jur White Blanks arc ten cents our Gilt and 20 cents and a e not pick out a few c 11fkjtern3 and put the Tariff As some but you get All the same Grade at the same Price. We Var carry samples fran House to the asse88ors-elect Are required to meet at the auditors office at 10 clock a. M., monday april 13,1891, to receive supplies and instructions. John w. Kinsey auditor. A Bunch keys at opera House soon. Where did you get that picture Frame at Samuel Shambergerj a. Lotf. Did you see the great bargains in picture frames at Samuel Shambergerj so a Devil a mine abounds in dramatic humorous and pathetic More it Meric an a St. Clair Elliott Columbus was called Home account the illness c f ins father. Picture frames made to order at the picture Frame factory Samuel Shamberger proprietor. Lotf. I will a to see the cheap carts Ami Roa wagons at Myers irn aliment stov4i<�orth i it Roadway. 14w4 married by the Rev. J. B. Rust in this City april 2, 1891, . W. H. Everhart and miss Lorena j uni is. Married april 5th, by the same Edward g. Snyder and lbs Lena m. Harding both new i Lff Ladelphia Ohio. Yon can find an elegant line children a suds from one Dollar an i upwards at the Boston clothing House. 4 married by Rev. J. In Crusch in new Philadelphia april -4th, Henry anti miss Annie Kain both Allegheny i a. Miss Clara Cresol and miss Laura Romig Uhrich Sivilio returned Home Friday after a pleasant visit with . And mrs. Roland Kurtz. Any person desiring their washing done by a Good competent woman w to understands it will Call at the property West fair Street. Bear in mind that the times office is in the Meyers Block near the Sherman House. We Are glad to meet our patrons whether business not. We wish you to Cali and see us in our new quarters. John l. Kennedy sold a lot g6 it. Front by 264 it. Deep off his Broadway property for $1500, to . Savage who will erect a line dwelling thereon this summer. Walter and . Harry Kurtz came Home from Leetonia saturday and will remain a few Days. Walter who has been taking medical treatment . Bertolett is improving in health. For Sale. A House and lot in the town Philipsburg. Iio Uso has five rooms in Good condition. All necessary out buildings and Well. A desirable residence. Price $-400. 8tf Jesse d. Elliott Lias been very ill the past week la Grippe this wednesday morning he is a Little better but not out danger. We sincerely Hope he will recover. I Nele Jesse As we Call him has Many friends who regret his severe illness. There will be a Roll Call meeting held in the Baptist Church this City april 11, at 2 30 p. It is desired that All the members be present and All Are cordially invited. Or. G. E. Leonard will be present. Preaching in the evening also sunday morning and evening april 12. Mrs. John Road entertained a few he r Many lady and gentlemen friends tuesday evening last in Honor miss Sadie Mckenzie Brockville election Day. Candidates Are out. Someone will be left. Will we have a town Hall ? Farmers Alliance met last saturday. Now is the time to advocate Lime improvement. John Machan is shipping a car Load Stock to Day. Emil Van gunmen has erected a shoe slip main Street. To Are glad to say that our Stone Quarry is again in operation. April first brought about very Little change in our being this year. Scarce1. 7 any moving. Our base Ball team played a game with the Barros Mill boys last wednesday. Although our boys were Defeated they did themselves credit and Are not discouraged. That a right boys try them again. Prof. Signs was at the county seat last s i turd a engaged in examination duties. 1. S. Wetter left this morning for Wadsworth Ohio where he expects to attend school this summer. Mrs. Walk r King Avondale is visiting relatives and friends at this place. Or. And mrs. Lliam Smiley mourn the loss their ten months old child which was Laid to rest last the child had been very ii for some time until death relieved its sufferings. Funeral services wore conducted by 14 e v. $ e a r Bor u g h. Weddings will soon be common occurrences. Since our last letter the following persons have been joined by matrimonial Bonds Otto c. Sigri stand miss Zzie Hoelzer both m a Here Lenry me Sor and i s Minnie Schworm this place eve Hart Baltic and miss Lorena a linings Dundee marshal Fiek near Here and miss Hostetler Boylston Ohio. May Joy and Hap pm a Ever attend each and All is our Earnest wish. Junta. Fh03i Dici ii Ion. Tuscarawas. Or. Editor a thinking the Many readers the times would like to see some items from around Here we will Endeavor to give you a few pointers. Git Wood school closed last Friday. There were but three House holders present. We can to see Why they done to take More interest in school affairs. Jacob Adam and son Jacob were to the county Seaton business last monday. The Farmers have begun their Spring blowing. One Man has nine acres slowed for Corn already. Albert Adam finishes a seven months term school next saturday in the Kail District. Quite a number our Young folks attended the a a drunkard a dream a played at wolfs station saturday eve March 28. Quite a Snow Wasny to it april 1th? wild Rose. Roll Honor. The following pupils the Barnhill schools were neither absent nor tardy during the Winter term primary room a Otto Smith Eva swi Hart Laura Mathias and Edith Romig. Intermediate room a David Stevenson Nettie Romig John Strean Willie Mon icon and George Hirst. Grammar room a Mary Heel Howard Cook and Chas. Cook. High room Louisa Kline Nellie Swihart Ida Sweasy Chas. Strean w. W. Carroll and Bert Kline. There Are so few the list mainly because sickness. We Hope the parents wiil Sec to it that their children will be punctual in the future. G. W. Ii Elter supt. A inc Lye perfect companion. Canada. Drive win is Viu get to i i papers arc 10,115 up a Doug inv jul. I be l cars lid i to c a a a a it Rau s fare cd s nil Lurt Ier in run ii a trias v Lila in a Ohio. Exeen t sunday f Ilye e. A. Ford general pass and ticket a a it , Pittsburgh a the r. E. Amp St. Louis railway Quot an ii addle route. Will a and Lidd Ledy was enjoyed. Luncheon was a Lively time reported. Yai it nil Farmers. Dollars in Gold to any Farmer Evi Seiv a that any Mower has As Many Points famous Mccormick. Painless childbirth our new Book tells How any woman May become a Mother without suffering any pain whatever. Also How to treat and overcome morning sickness swelled limbs and other evils attending pregnancy. It is reliable and highly endorsed by physicians As the wife a True private companion. Send two cent stamp for descriptive circulars and confidential letter sent in sealed envelope. Addres Frank mrs. Tillie Romminger Hope Indiana daughter Benjamin Keller deceased who had been Here quite awhile a visit but had left thursday. Her sister Ida accompanied her. Neither the n had any idea that it was the last time they should see their father alive. On saturday he was still up and around trimming grapes and attending to h is usual work. He was always a stirring energetic Man and had worked hard in his time. He Teaves a w Ife and six children to mourn their loss. Quite an addition was made to the membership a Sharon congregation Palm sunday and Maundy thursday eve by confirmation baptism admission and read Losion upwards Twenty having been received. Oar lutheran Brethren Are bring supplied for a Short time by Rev. Kuntner a student who will shortly return to his studies will graduate in june and possibly May return after that to take charge the work at this place. A great Many Are complaining la Grippe. It seems it comes in a Little different form from what it did a year ago but a3 yet no fatal cases Are re ported. Miss Emily Barr was married last thursday to a . Ginther we believe to is from Uhrich Sivilio Vicinity. Emily is a Nice Young lady and will make a Good wife. It Best wishes go with them. John 1. Boscher has been made Happy by Uncle Sam allowing him pension the amount we believe is $1 per month and some $400 Back pay. Some dozen More cars wheat were loaded at the station during the last two three weeks at $1 per by. Potatoes and Corn Are being shipped in and sold readily. Buried at Sharon Friday last mrs Catherine Shearer mud run Valley aged 01 years and some months. Mrs. Shearer has always been a very Active energetic lady and to her t efforts and Zeal can be credited a goodly portion this worlds goods. A very kind hearted benevolent person who will to very much missed especially by her family and friends. The funeral was largely attended. The funeral a. E. Roth was also very largely attended although the weather was very unfavourable but be was so Well known ail Over the county that a great Many came. We Are very sorry such a step As that was taken As we feel confident from what we hear that he would have come out his trouble in Good shape paying Dollar for Dollar and have a Nice sum left but he thought otherwise else he would not have committed so rash an act. Mrs. Charles Kratz is very Low and not expected to stand it Long. Gan Greene m her ankle we believe is the trouble. She has been suffering a Good while and if there is no Hope her recovery release would be a Blessing. Mother Vileter Lias also been quite sick but latest reports say she is better. Mrs. Drollinger is also sick but How seriously we can not say. La Grippe is her ailment which we have our Good share. John Warner who was running the Mill for . Beyer and lately helping in the Mill for the new owner . Eekman has quit and has not decided yet what he will do. The new House Norman Rollins is going right along and Wall soon be completed. Nothing slow about John Prysi the builder. Mrs. Catherine Van Lehn is also the sick list to what extent How bad we have not Learned. She is subject to asthma but have not heard if it is that not. Those desiring fire insurance can be accommodated by a. T. Myer who represents the Aetna Hartford Conn. Those wanting a Good thing in the farming implement line which share a great Deal hard labor and be a great Deal Benefit to the crops should not fail to examine and buy one the Breeds Universal weeders for Sale in the county by c. F. Of a. T. Myer we think one the Best labor saving implements the Farmer can have. Street grading will soon be the go. Or. John Shumaker received the contract. U. Know. Fh03i a Benison. Publishers Baltimore my. 45yl i Krs 5 Al Phi Uili Of out . O. I an Creston at ext tin com cd acl do id a Philadelphia <>., a Teeth with Stor is the p d will be he your bad Lente 1 a an a a get. T 1 8, it i 1. And 1c 1 to her. We.3 pcs Anzie in hiding n Are. I lil r the Date april 29th. 28th, and co., will be pril 29th, to it it pain sleep Iten Tec this pro be in person. Call Teeth removed. Real the Sherman religious discussion. To the editor the times the undersigned begs leave to announce to the citizens new Philadelphia and Vicinity that he has been challenged by prof. A. Allen Noe Columbus Ohio to debate with him in any City the United states the following Resolution a a resolved that the Bible King James version sustains modern spiritualism in in All its phases and i have accepted his Challenge and have named the City new Philadelphia Ohio As one the cities in which the discussion shall take place in Eagle Hail commencing sunday april 12th, 1891, at 2 clock p. M., Sharp unless otherwise arranged. All friends the Bible True religion and the doctrines the Trinity father son and holy ghost Are most earnestly invited to be present with their bibles paper and pencils in hand to receive such instruction As May be offered to them by the unmasking this satanic delusion. Your readers will take notice the undersigned denies the doctrine that the Bible sustains spiritualism also All friends and believers the doctrine that the w ords and thoughts the Bible Are the words and thoughts god May upon entering the Hall expect that i will give no Quarter whatever to this delusion but will always be courteous however scathing May be the arraignment. Pastors whose Church members have been lured by this deception from the performance their Church duties arid sunday school superintendents and teachers who have known their scholars to Al Mon the House god to enter the secret chamber to consult with those having a a familiar spirit a Are entreated to invite any and All such persons to h Ive a seat in the Hall during the discussion. Respectfully submitted Orlando c. Brown. 719 Delaware ave. Columbus Washington letter. From Zoar. Rain has As usual ushered in april and ha-3 continued nearly All week. Grandma Rieker is the sick list and we Are unable to Tell what is ailing her. Charles link has recovered from an attack la Grippe. Charlie a a hard time it As it nearly always starts with him. Elmer and Vernon link Are also suffering from the same disease. Charles Kuemerle is now Able to work again. A few weeks ago he was struck by a horse and received painful if not serious injuries. The Zoar station school closed last wednesday april 1st. Debates dialogues and declarations were the program for the evening and All reported having a Good time. Gust Burger has returned from a visit to his native country Germany and if the rumours be True brought his sweetheart along with him. Of course we wish the Young folks unbounded Success As we heard later they were married at the residence mrs. Notts this place. We Are Only sorry we do know the Young lady a name but we congratulate her All the same. Incognito. April 4, 1891. Specimen cases. Will b Mal Dot Tine r the 30 our schools were closed last week for the annual Spring vacation. Prof. Conway wife and Birtle daughter spent the past week with Frie near Springfield. We Surgenor a Pioneer Dennison was buried lat to n s. Ii. Clifford new Cassel wis., was troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism his stomach was disordered his liver was affected to an alarming degree appetite fell away and he was terribly reduced in flesh and strength. Three bottles electric bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd Harrisburg ills., had a running sore his leg eight years standing. Used three bottles electric bitters and seven boxes buckling a Arnica Salve and his leg is sound and Well. John speaker Catawba Ohio had five Large fever sores his leg electors said he was incurable. One bottle electric bitters and one Box buckling a Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by f. Miller a son druggists. L u 3cara in i Minas Cert i Firch 14th. A March pril Uli. Yew com rss Kami nation the Board examiners schedule taking effect june 15,1890. Going West r no a a Art from the p. Amp St. Louis de l Hricik Sivile Junction As follows express. In fio accommodation to 5-20 express. A 12215 express. T 3-53 going East. Express. 2-i.&Quot express. T 11>5 a in express. 2-40 accommodation 8 15 every Day. Central time except sunday. Through coaches from Uhrichsville Junction to Pitts urn. Columbus. Cincinnati Indianapolis and Al. Louis Pullman Palace sleeping cars attached to through trains East and West. For time tables rats fare through tickets and further information regarding the running trains apply to ticket agent Ruri Clis Ville Junction Ohio. E. A. Ford Gen. Pas. It fed ticket agent Pittsburg a. Joseph Wood Gen. Manager Pittsburg a. Hon. E. G. Phelps sex Minster to Groat Britain doubts the Efficacy arbitration As a Means a tiling the Behring set dispute and thinks it will eventually be set lit d in one three ways War the Complete Back Dawn the United states the prolongation the discussion with great Britain until the seals arc All exterminated. It is said that Loti wants the United states to assume a protectorate Over that Island in return for a Coaling station at mole St. Nicholas. The United states averment has never gone into the protectorate business and woe be unto the administration that tries to inaugurate such policy. It smacks too much Royalty to be at Homo in an american atmosphere. Fine dress suits Worth $18.00, can be had at the Boston clothing House for Iff 2.50. 12w4 arise Zeeb amp co., have 5,000 bushels Corn and Oats for Sale at wholesale retail. 8tf the state that Isnit represented at the worlds fair 1 v a full and Complete products and resources exhibit . Its together with Well and careful prepared statements the advantages it has to offer capital As Well As labor will deliberately throw away a Chance to obtain advertising that could not fail if intelligently directed to add millions dollars to the value property in the state. It would simply be impossible to invest the Peoples Money in a better Way than in thus advertising their state. Time politically especially in corporation matters. The Republican candidates for councilmen went to work Early in the morning and stuck to it like beavers All Day. While the democratic candidates did nothing letting the matter go by default. To add further to the Republican majority democrats turned in and fought their own ticket one to gratify his personal feelings another because lie did not get his Way in opposition to the Street railway and quite a Large number opposed because they say the ticket was fixed up in private caucus. As to the latter notice was Given in the papers when and where the primary would be held. The editor the times did not ask to be put the ticket and did not work for it and did not know where nor when the ticket was made up nor who did it until after the election was Over. We were much surprised to learn that there was any feeling in the matter. But if we Ever expect to elect officers when there is a Republican majority 100 against us to Start with it must be done by unison in the party. We Are heartily pleased with the result so far As self is concerned. It is somewhat amusing though to note the effect that a silly lie will have some people. Messes. Grimes Brown and Connell the Council elect Are enterprising Young men and will no doubt give satisfaction. Lit a and Bruce Milar t to get Little sons 1 it. E. An o., were Down last their sprang vacation at their grand Arents . And mrs. John a. Milar Southwest this City. They returned Home last accompanied by their aunt Dot Milar who will visit relatives i i h a 4tn it Throat and Medicine the thin watery called Balsa somatic Kemp lungs is t is a Ria cough r but sue Balsam for the the y cough 1 Balsam. Many Rii indies that Are h arc not. Look death was cause Thos. Rock very Low with to a shooting All Quot a Rit live a Quot j that might i univ John Greer and culty about a that Quinn had a i by pne another in same it rav Uze urn it was oud Tion a Cates in Strasburg sex one to will meet for the in Libants for teach sew from our regular correspondent. Washington d. C., april 3, 1891. That was no a a april fool a sensation which struck this town this week when Baron fava the italian minister who seems to have studied the great american game draw poker to some purpose during his ten years residence in Washington walked into . Blaines private office and made the Bluff his life by presenting a letter from the italian government recalling him As envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to the United states by win emphasizing its dissatisfaction at the failure this government to make reparation for the recent Lynching italians at new Orleans but a real genuine All Wool and a Yard wide warranted-r. to shrink while being cabled around the world sensation. It has shaken the administration from Stem to Stern and from a a baby Mckee to a a Jim Blaine and will probably cause a slump in the Price Macaroni in the new Orleans Market. I am afraid that some one will accuse me levity in writing thus but i can no More take this absurd italian Blunder seriously than i can the announced retirement John Sherman from politics. If this act the italian government be seriously taken and followed to its logical conclusion it can mean but one things War. Had the same thing been done by that government at the court any first class europen Power it would undoubtedly Ere this have resulted in a declaration War. But in this Case there v. ,11 be no War. We can to frighten Italy because we Haven to the ships and Italy can to frighten us because although she has the ships she Hasni to the Money. What will we do to resent this insult nothing. Our minister to Italy will remain at his Post unless the a a mafia a which King Humbert evidently fears More than the citizens new Orleans did shall compel the government Italy to Send him his passports in which Case he will return Home and Italy will not be represented at the worlds fair. An official statement the affair has been made Public which makes it Plain that the administration is in no Way responsible for the slap in the face it Lias received from tiie nation Organ Grinders and bogus counts and which takes As dignified a stand As d possible considering that the absence a Navy powerful enough to Cope with that Italy stands in the Way our trying to assume too aggressive an attitude. The following remarks made by representative Mccreary Kentucky who was chairman the House committee foreign affairs in the fiftieth Congress and who will probably occupy the same position in the fifty second represents tic general sentiment in regard to the occurrence the italian government has acted hastily and without the dignity which ought and usually does Mark diplomatic negotiations. In the first instance Italy had a grievance believed she had in the killing three her subjects in a riot. The United states promptly responded to her demands by instituting an inquiry into the matter in perfect Good Faith. While this investigation is being made before tiie United states has had time to take any action further than to Institute the in Quiriy the italian government suddenly recalls her minister and Breaks off diplomatic relations with the United states. This turns the tables. The United states is now the party having a grievance. The popular song a a they re after me is particular applicable to the Man who disburses $135,000,000 a year in the payment pensions. The a they a in the present Case Are several Hundred department clerks who have invested something like $30,000 in a suburban real estate schema which commissioner Raum was at the heal that is apparently As great a fraud As was the refrigerator company so cleverly unearthed by representative Cooper last year. This a a Snider Enterprise and commissioner Raume a connection there with a been brought to . Harrison a attention and once More there is Rumor that k urns resignation will be asked for. Sex Secretary Whitney and sex private its rotary Dan lament were Welcome h a it l St a Quinn Mon gig cd a revolver and Fin d at Quinn Ball entering his Side causing a a a h wound u it and friends m that City this week. A a a devils mine was presented at the National theatre with scenery and appointments that were unusually effective. It is a faithful picture life in the the scene is Laid in a Montana mining Camp and the plot tells the Story an old Miner who having a struck it Rich a is an object envy and intrigue in the Camp and the endeavours two scheming villains to get Possession a devils mine form the main body the play. There Are Many pretty and interesting scenes in the play among them a Cataract real water gushing Over the rocks. The second act serves to introduce a concert scene in a homely Western hotel and the Ted Lari the id us named Tore March no Philadel Point april at ions will a i. In., and no i the cd a s at rust furry ii in character f ii whom tin d. Be it h a Pul least n the Board a >1 de to War n to 1 it is a 1 s expect by not c i it m i n to in c y a dus hat . Cabinet it much i i Ull Jeen u a t As the 1 prison a care to an impartial editorial review the France medical and surgical Institute Columbus A circe without charge and v without prejudice in reviewing an establishment such As this its importance As regards the establishment itself comes secondary to the interests its patrons and it is the interests the latter which hold the place pre Eminence in this journal. As we make no charge and receive no pay from the institution but rely upon those who patronize it for our regular and assured income we do not take into consideration what those who conduct such in stations desire should be said but from the stand Point the Patron who desires a Clear definite and truthful exposition we make such asking no pay from the establishment and Only the Confidence those who read our report upon the same. Hence the report herewith following being unbiased and unpaid free prejudice and made solely and alone for the Public a Protection May be implicitly relied upon throughout. The correspondent in reviewing the Franco medical and surgical Institute at Columbus Ohio has been neither led into exalting that institution from interested motives nor the other hand in under rating it from the motives self interest which inspire irresponsible unreliable and disreputable papers which single out Success and ability from envy which causes the Little to Ever despise those greater than themselves. With the usual spread Eagle and fulsome Eulogius paid write ups this paper has no sympathy nor has it More for these pest Ferous insects which would sting that upon which they cannot feed. Or. W. A. France is a Power in the profession to which he belongs and no Man in the country Lias done More to bring Medicine and surgery to that state perfection which entitles them to be known As exact sciences. He has practice for years achieving a wonderful reputation in his cures Long standing chronic diseases and now seeks to occupy a larger Field and b Merit an increased number by widely advertising. Against such humanitarian intention ethics and the dry rot Tho medical profession May beat its head in vain. Or. France is an intelligent skilled scientist and an Honor to the profession. He is Well posted and keeps in touch with the latest and Best discoveries in medical science a deep and a profound thinker. Against such a Man and his wonderful skill paid critics May write and those a a cribbed cab ined and confined by Moss covered ethics May rage but they imagine vain things if they for one moment believe they can prevail against the honorable record and Long list cures effected by . France and his corps trained assistants. Or France in addition to his own recognized ability has brought to his Aid tiie trained and intelligent services competent assistants and in All matters pertaining to the Institute rare executive ability and business acumen go hand in hand with thoroughness and Wise discretion. No institution Ever investigated offers such a desirable combination advantages As does Tho France medical and surgical Institute. The remedy known As Olive Blossom compounded under the personal supervision . France and embodying in its ingredients and wonderful Power the Long experience and great judgment tiffs master mind presents to suffering women the Panacea which has Long been sought and makes Good a consummation most devoutly wished for by those whose sympathies Are wit i a Long suffering sex. Olive Blossom is unequivocally the greatest discovery this nineteenth Century Era rare develop ment and is Par excellence the woman a Friend and suffering humanity a rarest Boon. The editorial department this paper has never before been used to endorse proprietary medicines but this remedy we gladly recommend As in doing so we realize that we Are benefiting every Reader. This remedy is the Best in the world for the purpose for which it is designed and is Worth its weight in Gold for it is infallible where All others fail it has never been known to fail in time need. We endorse no other medical institution in Columbus save the France medical Institute. It was incorporated in 1886, with a capital $30o,000. No other similar establishment in the country can begin to com in re h it m and Van nit pc a Itati Ely Endor com me i a Reserve so it int. To a a 0/t to u i Ter to rom no Sale i Siblo k am is a e entering the to for Iii a i a Rcd envelop work mud b it let r through a Bottie Kempis Balsam and notice what a pure thick preparation it is. If you cough use Kempis Balsam. At All druggists. Large bottles 50c and $1. For years the editor the Burlington Topmost has been subject to cramp Colic fits indigestion which prostrated him for several hours and invited him for business for two three Days. For the past year lie has been using chamberlains Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy whenever occasion required and it has invariably Given him prompt Relief. 25 and 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. Miller amp son druggists. To m err Ster d to but no Ture. Greer was Ai under Bond for his Jayor Milone. J. L. Mason stenographer Mechanic Arp Lias been tra vice president Mccrea a office at Pittsburgh. Or. Mas a is a thorough g a Tieman and Well qualified for his new position. We predict and Hope for him a Bright future. Ii Richmond has sold his hotel the Richmond House to Lon Roney the firm Roney a Carr. Or. Roney is known by the sobriquet ,�?� which in his Case is not a Misnomer. A pril 6, 1891. X. X. X. For Sale Trade i and ill b to l Urnis p. 1l a. Neco by the Ted trip Jouamai. Oth Thi to make s. France and new York now c to Tsiun f the for draw in in ical and surgical it statute ital. \ 3iio, by r a Iest Many for d a f evening patients h Ive decide a a 1 pm a Adel Hiohio Mon i to visit Day an us Talon and exam i nation ended Tii g to make strictly conf Lentia Lor the Sherman j Louse Fri j the during. They to 0 . One Day omy. Port was ii into d it in m. It get Elk. I be been 1 annually lasted i ral first this to you cough done to delay. Take Kempis Balsam the beet cough cure. It will cure your coughs and colds. It will cure sore Throat a tickling in the Throat. It will cure pain3 in the Chest. It will cure influenza and bronchitis and All specialities furnish a decidedly interest j diseases pertaining to the lungs because aug feature that caught the House.�? i Ladelphia times april 2ft, 1890. At opera House Friday eve april 10. Tickets now Sale at Halis. Prices 25, 35 and 50. It is a pure Balsam. Hold it to the Light and see How Clear and thick it is. You will see the excellent effect after taking the first dose. Large bottles 50c. And $1. A Beautiful six year old Norman stallion sired by Lermond dam by Southern eclipse. Weight avg out l,5o0 ibs. Reason for Selling want to buy a work team. Call Charles ii. Mazer Bakersville Ohio. 13w4 Marri Aire licenses granted. I a a number Sci subject to violent attacks toy rheumatism which Gen about two months. Of the month l to attacked in the knee and suffered severely for Days when i procured a bottle chamberlains pain Balm and it relieved me almost instantly. 1 therefore most cheerfully re commend it to those who Are similarly afflicted . D. Whitley Martin de n. C., feb. 1888. Or. Whitley is a very prominent Man in this place and his disease was very widely known As he suffered such severe pain. W. Houston a co., merchants Martindale n. 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. Miller amp son druggists. Lion n to Bri when c the ire a p a before the i f j from Hak Wooi. Grasp kept Lenry Brown and Jennie Wagner. S. Young and Pauline go Nebert. We. Matchett and Jeunie Roberton. For lowest prices finest fitting and latest style clothing Call at the Boston clothing House. 12w4 Many years practice have Given c. A. Snow amp co., solicitors patents at Washington d. A unsurpassed Success in obtaining patents for All classes invention. They make a specially rejected cases and have secured allowance Many patents that had been previously rejected. Their advertisement in another column will be interest to inventors patentees manufacturers and All who have to do with patents. 2tf our sunday school was organized the 2 a the. Floyd Murphy was elected superintendent g orge Berkshire assistant and Frankie Murphy Secretary. Jacob Reitz j. L. Taylor and j. A. Murphy prominent Farmers this township were at Dover att ending the meeting the Farmers Alliance. F. Moore closed his school at Glasgow Salem , the 21st u to. J. I. Hunt the 25th j. J. Murphy the same Day Iff m. Blair and l. D. Carruthers severed their connections with their respective schools the 2gth l. E. Delong retired from his present work the 27th, and l. A. Carruthers had a Fine Day Lor a picnic the 28th. Most the country schools Are closed. J. F. Cappel will close thurs Day this week. F. Moore will teach a Spring term at Glasgow l. A. Carruthers will teach at Hills District no. 1, Salem township. A. Y. Z. If you want to buy Wall paper and save Money Call upon write Jacob Sehl and he will furnish you a Nice line samples to select from. 13tf y our citizens arc still in tiie la Grippe and physicians Are Busy looking alter patient. A number Are in a critical condition. Charles Riley is the sick list and Harvey Eckfield has taken charge the night Telegraph office at this place. Miss Millie vote Dennison is spending a few Days in this place. Mrs. A. Ii. Demuth is reported to 1 e very ill at present grip. John Eise and family will move to Millersburg wednesday. Old Salt. Now try Thi. It will Cost you nothing and will surely do you Good if you have a cough cold any trouble with Throat Chest lungs. Or. Kings few discovery for consumption coughs and colds is guaranteed to give Relief Money will be paid Back. Sufferers from la g Rippo found it just the thing and under its use had a speedy and perfect recovery. Try a Sample bottle at our expense and learn for yourself just How Good a thing it is. Trial bottles free at f. Miller amp songs drug store. Large size 50c. And $1-00. Wall paper and Borders window shades and fixtures paints and oils at very lowest prices to close out at Lotf Zentsch amp dug gifts

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