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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - April 10, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Laos posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New a times. The a a times advertising rates. Spack. 1 to. 3 to. 16 to. 1 yer. One Inch. S 1 00 s 2 00 $ 3 00 amp 5 00 three inches. 2 00 5 00 7 5u 15 00 six inches. A 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 half column. 00 12 50 22 50 4c 00 one column. S 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday april 10, 1890. Number 15. Cleveland amp Pettib Ullh . Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect nov. 10, 1889. Going East. The weeks doings. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday april. To 1890. Hummel Block second floor fast High St. Stations. Ati. Express local. I leave new Philadelphia 6 2&Quot . 2 . 1 00 . Canal Dover. To it 45 2 0 a a 136 Zoar. 7 15 a a 2 2 00 a a Mineral Point. 7 a 2 31 a a 2 31 a a Magnolia. S 10 a a 2 14 a a 2 59 a a Waynesburg. 2 51 3 07 a a Malvern. 8 35 a a 3 >4 a a 3 25 a a Oneida. Minerva. V. 45 a a 3 06 a a 3 32 a a 9 co a a 3 15 a a 3 45 a a arrive Bayard. 9 20 a a .1 it 8 z. It 3.55 a a Alliance. I 05 a 4 25 a a Cleveland. 12 5o . 6 55 a a Wells i lie. 12 15 a a 4 59 a a Bell Aire. 4 5f a a s 15 a a Pittsburgh. 2 2> 7 00 a. <3< is no we St. Stations. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. 6 1 . 1.15 . Bellaire. 10 10 Wells Vilie. A 13 2 40 Cleveland. 8 i ii 1 05 Alliance. 10 25 3 10 Quot i Quot a Bayard. 10 55 4 15 7 id . Minerva. 11 u 4 25 7 25 Oneida. 11 12 4 36 i 7 55 Malvern. Ill 17 4 43 i 8 35 Wayne Burg. 111 28 5 00 1 8 55 Magnolia. 11 yet to 5 07 9 20 Mineral Point. Ill 47 1 5 27 9 55 a Ltd . 111 53 5 35 10 10 canal Dover. 112 1. P m 6 00 10 40 arrive new Philadelphia �12 a 01511 00 population new Philadelphia 5,000 new Philadelphia tires will be pub sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following Bates one year in if not paid wit three mgr a 150 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Postof Liee order to the address the proprietor. Address All matter intended for publication to the times. Election news. Lecture i april 10th. On wednesday evening a democratic misrule a and a a Acci Denoyo were not so obnoxious to the people after ally so say the people. We will probably have a mixture now. Allen Myers editor the Porcupine at Cincinnati assaulted representative Pennell Brown county at the Neil House last wednesday Over a charge made in the newspaper. Ali trains Are run dully kept sum. Pars nears for i a it St c Ninet a. Alliance with trains the a great 1 Ort Vayis e route running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For mine tables rates fare. Etc. Apply to j f . Agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. Joseph woo e. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Pas. Age to Pittsburgh a. The Little town Sugarcreek heretofore known As East Shanesville is to be incorporated. The r. R. Station has been changed in name to Sugarcreek. The Little Village is said to to prospering. Cleveland and m Arietta railway. In effect june 10, 1889. Going North. Stations. Going South. No. 1 y a i no. 1 no. ?. 1040am 260ambvp irks by. .1100 100 1119 250 Marl Etta. .4 a 1201 1212 652 Icay Wood. 931 1am 1213 658 Lai Ley. 925 633 1 it 714 Owhi ple. 1 610 623 1.43 765 1\\ Arier. 9.0 .13 1257 710 1elba 1 846 559 104 747 Imao Sturg. 9 552 111 751 it 332 545 1 5 759 sout i Olive. K2s 510 121j 822 533 130 815 Icard a cd. J 815 526 14 i .15 i a. V Alley. 802 516 149 �?�b34 Ava. I 152 00 155 to 1gh i Wood. I Jig 500 2 d 846 it v peasant. I 740 a a i >13 35 i 1by.-r Seville. 725 4 1 2 12 918 Cam Ridge. 709 �?�125 2.13 924 Ojill a is. A 659 415 2 5 931 1 Aii in is. I 652 4 8 255 941 itt Kim Mlou. �,42 358 �0 016 i ii Uscky. 1 �,>.>7 �?o53 3 >7 953 i Pilot St boy. 1 630 346 227 a it i j i j 0 1\y i a Irto Wii. 620711 a 3 1 30 1 29 Lilac 10 35 Tun 1 55 4 ii 1045 1 a i a a Dover. 5i9 253 4 22 1107 a Zany Al june. 230 1055 pm i>3 by to Elo. 745 pm 9 i 5 121 Quot Quot cant 128 1015 110 a k a it it a. 1230 22> 1 Ltd lev Eland. 1115 iu3 i buy 3lo 510 Thi ugh coaches it n trains a t i 3. Be to i Marie tac it titon Akron Cit Vel ii l and do. Culosi c sections made Al s re Etta v., til c w a 15 a a x. And Ohi it liver p a t a am bold 4 c with b amp a. St and West r Neva nud to with C a St l East and w ust to a r v Usu cd v a an 0 and N a Quot a cast a Alley pm Chiun with w a l i an d v Alley 1 y. Troube has Arisen Between the coloured miners and the Whites at the us i Perior mine at Mineral Point. Last week the trouble came near culminating in a fight. The differences were finally bridged Over for the present and the two Ling leaders the coloured faction were discharged. Henry Popp a labourer stabbed and killed Moritz Grether a Saloon keeper at Canton the 2nd inst. Grether ordered Popp out his Saloon when he entered and called for a drink. In the ecu file to put the Man out pop Drew his pocket knife and stabbed Grether in the neck severing the jugular vein. A. T. In let a a 1 the proposition to vote Bonds the town for general improvement carried almost unanimously. There were but to votes cast against the measure. This is sufficient guaranty the Good intentions our people to make the Bonds Good As Gold. Now let the Bonds he issued and the Money judiciously s out. Col. Sanford so old times and new a wednesday april 16th. Have you seen that Carload Fine Illinois horses that Are now Sale at Goudy a get your Job printing done at the times office. We give you the cheapest and Best work. The cheapest place in the county for Patent medicines is at Wells new drug store in Hummel Block. Call j. W. Stoody in die Judy Block and buy your groceries cheap for Cash. 14\v2 there will be preaching at the Baptist Church next lords Day morning and evening by the pastor. All Are Welcome. Or. John App near Mineral Point died the 28th Uit stomach trouble aged sixty years lie was a prominent citizen and Farmer. Remember our terms for the times Are 81 m Advance 81.50 for one year if it runs three months past due. Save i the half Dollar by renew ing time. Tickets and reserved seals for a old times and new Are now sule at Halls jewelry store. Go Early and get a Good seat. Married april 3d, 1890, by Rev. S. F. Ross at his residence West Ray St., this City Aaron 1l Beans and miss Caroline Murphy All this county. The Best place to get fruit ail ornamental Trees grape vines greenhouse plants etc., is at the Nursery Daniel wys3. Be w Philadelphia Ohio. 14vv3 the times has the largest circulation any paper in the town. Advertisers should remember that a paper is Worth for advertising purposes in proportion to its circulation. A a a i. Webster made a visit to it. Vernon last week and his return was accompanied by his Mother and sister whom we understand will make this City their future Home. The following is an abstract votes cast at the corporation election monday for mayor Leroy Mcgregor d587 Adam a Stermer personal mention. Will. Ward Niles is in our City. Chas. Mcllvain returned to Wooster College tuesday. From Dundee. The a Black Occam Mckinley Tariff Hill will get a Eye from the Eastern states the 1 cents per Pound Tariff raw hides. This the people All Over the country will have to pay in the Purchase their shoes. It does not matter with Mckinley who pays for the a whistle a if he can Only hang up the a scare Crown Protection. It will not Benefit the Farmer because it will not Raim the Price cattle and the lodes do not come off in the hands the Farmer but in the hands the Butcher. Mcgregors majority. For treasurer ii. V. Schweitzer Radam Zeeb Schweitzer a majority. For clerk i. A. Correll Rjohn Knisely Correllus majority. For marshal 0 7 Lem Hamilton do. G. Frew Hamiltons majority. Councilmen. D. Wyss Dcharles Zellner Djohn Myers Djohn Burry . Douthitt Rios. Junkins for cemetery director g. Ii. Peck Geo. W. Bowers decks majority. Bonds yes. Bonds no. 357 230 531 406 125 525 401 121 531 401 130 so 411 420 545 513 535 487 449 38 the Youg set gave a Nice Little dance thursday afternoon. Chas. Coventry spent the Spring vacation with his parents in this City. Miss Mamie Sargent Chicago is the guest her grandpa Levi Sargent. Miss Nettie Smith Uhrichsville visited her aunt mrs. J. Price last week. Street commissioner. Joshua Hensel a. John Messerly a. Ilens Cju a majority. 543 428 115 township ticket. Trustee George Welty a. B. 1. Downey a. Welty a a majority. Clerk Ii. Ray a. T. B. Raiff a. Rays majority. J justices. H. Read a. J. Ii. Booth a. Mrs. Amanda Truman Pike led monday consumption. Run leaves a husband and children. She was buried wednesday at Holmes Church. Rev neral services Ross conducted the la a cad a majority. M. Beatty i. S. Souers i. G74 i 127 gs6 520 160 605 465 140 642 511 131 miss Carrie Latimer gave a very delightful drive whist party Friday afternoon. Miss Mary Hickson Shanesville is the guest her sister mrs. Norman Pratt. Mrs. Foster Wilkins and her baby Maxie Are visiting friends in Newcom Eitown. Mrs. John a. Buchanan returned from her visit at the Capitol last monday evening. Mrs. Shaw and mrs. Mccleary Newcomerstown Are visiting and mrs. R. Mccleary this City. Miss Helen Smith Uhrichsville was the guest her Cousin miss Belle Knisely the past week. Or. Knisely has graduated from the Chicago medical College and is now at Home for a Short vacation. Miss Ross Scio who has been visiting her brother Rev. Ross in n. P., for the past three weeks returned Home tuesday. _ . U. C. Deford attorney car Roilton and member the Lorrn de Ford amp holders was in town tuesday Legal business. All i l at ii Ronan the i t Goin i South. No. 8. It no. 7. 1115a n 4 15 pm 12 02 pm 5 08 12 80 5 37 1 23 6 33 j 2 15 i 7 25 i a Tat ions. I.v1 invt and a peninsula.1 Akron. Cantons a Val a j it la going North. No. 4. No. 6. 9 2 Lam 2 a a pin 9 03 1 42 8 55 1 15 7 55 7 05 in 1 1130am lit 6 siness directory. Prances it0mig, attorney at Law Soi l notary Public. Office n the Melane Block. New Philadelphia Ohio. Iju m. A Vail dentist. Centre Block new Philadelphia Ohio Over citizens National Bank. John a. Nix it a. M. Do a physician and surgeon. Office Hyl office South formerly Broadway. In the build in qupied by . Tinker. 51yl Jou s. Graham. Efforts postmaster norms Ana ii. U. Rice the c. Amp p., t hey have secured an express mail Pouch tic c. L. ways and it now will give the people the following places mail from Here 24 hours earlier than heretofore which will be. Very convenient indeed to the times readers Beach City Wil Mosc Winesburg Trail Baltic Dundee Shanesville Barros Mills Farmerstown new Bedford rag cars Villa and Pearl. This arrangement took effect wednesday morning. Attorn. A at Law and notary Pul Philadelphia Ohio. All professional promptly attended to it in . Joining counties. Offie up s air court House North Broadway. I Ness i and site s7yl j. Ii. Booth attorney at t a n. To Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to Colic non executors. Administrators and guardian s a counts. Office up stairs opposite the com1 House North Broadway. 47y Gamuel Moore messes. W. C. Browne George Welty and Lewis Savidge have formed a Copartnership in the Buckeye planing Mills. They will open up for business april 15th. Or. Savidge will go to Michigan next week to Purchase a Large Stock lumber. These gentlemen Are All first class business men and will no doubt do a Large business. They say they will buy their lumber direct from the Mills in Michigan and pay Cash so As to give the people the Benefit the Middle men. We wish the new firm Success. The election in canal Dover was quite spirited and bitterly contested by bulb parties. Local Contention in the democratic party was the cause the trouble and resulted in electing Chris. Shee-1 in mayor Frank Wilbie and Edward k a is Council John Criswell 1ck attorney at Law new Phila Dor i Ohio. All professional business entrusted to ids care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second floor. Houses for Sale. A number desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Kirmire at times office. Administrators notice. Notice 13 hereby Kiven that the undersigned Lias been appointed and qualified As admin istra Toro the estate Michael 11 Annuel late Tuscarawas county Ohio deceased. All persons interested will please take notice and govern themselves accordingly. Lewd Frederick ulause8, a. April 9,1890. 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 amp a son. 6y2 children cry for pitchers Castoria. When baby was 3ick, 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. For Sale Trade to s1a t commissioner Philip Geib a marshal George Hopkins and Valentine school Board and Fertig As cemetery director. This give s the entire control to the Republican. The democrats heretofore have he he d mayor and Many times the marshal but the Council has generally in publican. M to the sentiment in favor a secret ballot is gaining favor in this count and will Dou less be adopted at the next convention. It will surely prove More satisfactory. It will prevent chairmen delegations casting the vote contrary to the expressed wishes the delegates. This nefarious business has been practice Many times and Localise in Many cases the delegates did not Light contend for their rights the error was not corrected. The secret ballot will give each one a Chance to vote his sentiments. Let us dispense with this old a a Bull dozing Way doing business and democrats will be More United and will then support the ticket. Done to Purchase a reaper Binder Hay Rake without first calling a. A. Latin at his livery barn in Uhrichsville agent for the a. Leb rated Walter a. Wood machines the Best in the Market. See his and. On 4th Page. 14wl2 if you have any real estate chattels to soil 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. For Suley in the town Phillipsburg a Good business House two Story Frame 22x32, with a two Story addition 8x20, m Good location in the town. The lot is Good. Good Point for hardware Tore other merchandise. Will sell for $700 Cash. For further particulars inquire s. Moore agent new Philadelphia Ohio. 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. Of prof. W. Ii. Ray has been appointed agent for Tuscarawas Harrison car roil and Jefferson counties by the a. Ii. Andrews a co. School furniture dealers Chicago. This company furnished a greater Patof the court House furniture. They have selected a Good Man for the place by appointing . Ray and we wish him Success. A Brak last cars at the rolling Mill lie fell Between the cars and was run Over almost Severn g his body in Twain. Ilis residence is Uhrichsville where his remains were sent for interment. Lie leaves a family to mourn Iris untimely departure. Or. S. I. Putt Phillipsburg gave the times Sanctum a Call Friday. He informed us that the German evangelical Church congregation Philips Borg organized april 1st. They raised 81,400 in two hours for the building a new Church. A Beautiful location will he selected and a $2,500 Church will i be erected thereon. They expect to Complete it by july 1st. Beatty a majority. Frank Williams was elected assessor in precinct 2 David Newton in precinct 3, and Henry Burton in precinct 1. The vote in favor seizing the township lot and building a new Hall is As follows township Hall yes. 929 township Hail no. 96 Sale lot yes. 907 Sale lot no. 104 an error in Ali Vatson Creek items april 3rd, 1890. School directors. J. Kaderly. J. Burry both tickets. John Evans. Allan Knisely. Alvin Vinton. Lui 168 Man by the name Shamel a 111 111 the c. L. Amp w., was killed Friday while engaged in shifting a Good 40 acre tract improved land in Norton county Kansas five Miles from Railroad. Also a 40 acre Timber claim 2� acres planted in Forest Trees. Will Trade for Small farm Stock town property. Call at the times office should we have an Early convention is a question now agitating the minds a great Many democrats. We Are heartily in favor a late convention one reason is that after Harvest it affords a better Opportunity for the Farmers to attend the convention. Their farm duties Are not so pressing at that j Ted in marriage last sunday at the season the year and it is the Opin residence the brides parents . Ion Many that it is better for the and mrs. John Hammond. The Cere candidates to make a Short and Lively irony was performed by Rev. Scar canvass after being nominated. The j Borough. Or. Bucko re is an Industry republicans As a Rule have their con Ous and intelligent Young Man and has postmaster Korns filed his petition this week charging the Ohio Democrat proprietors with having published libellous and slanderous matter against him concerning his official conduct As postmaster and claiming damages in the sum $10,000. Summons was served tuesday j. T. Irvine Zanesville. It is a very dangerous business to publish slanderous matter unless it can be proven True. Or. Korns is now giving him a Chance to show his hand. Or. Charles Bucko re and miss Pearl Lammond Blakes Mills were uni la is accuse nay a mayor Mcgregor the Man whom the advocate would have you believe was wholly incapable tilling the Olyce and whom he characterized As an accidental officer for the past year because his appointment completely knocked out . Stermer whom the advocate lauded so highly by a majority 236, and that too in a Republican town with about 100 majority. Now in have nothing to say against . Stermer for he is a Nice Young Man but when his party Organ assailed his opponent unjustly and through a purely partisan purpose that moment he dug . Stermer a political grave. We do not claim it a democratic Victory but a Victory m favor truth and Justice. The people could not endorse the course the advocate. The advocate Drew the fire the marshals too by unjustly attacking the course the Council and the Young Man . Frew whom the advocate would have you believe was tiie Best Man in town for the place was completely a knocked out by Lem. Hamilton the democratic candidate he Hamilton receiving a majority 130. Or. Frew is a Nice Young Man and we have nothing to say against him but the people in this Case also could not endorse the advocate. A e thank the advocate How. Ver for its services in the interest the democratic ticket. Now As to councilmen the Best men both sides were put to the front and no particular Effort was made either Side. The in publicans therefore elected messes. Douthitt Junkins and Burry by the usual party majority and the same clerk and treasurer. We Are much pleased however that these Are first class men and will no doubt be in favor the improvement the town. Messes. Mcgregor and Hamilton need no further in conium than the verdict the people which is Gratifying to us. Joshua Lensel was elected Street commissioner by 115 majority. He is a Republican and we firmly believe he will make a Good officer. Messes. Schweitzer and Correll were re elected by about then usual majorities for treasurer and clerk respectfully. Believing that the readers the times do not desire to be misinformed i Point to the Watson greek items april 3rd, where the following Gross misrepresentation is found a the entertainment Given by . Beltz Alliance o., at our school House the other night was a grand it reminds me one who gave his testimony in court. It seemed As if the can was Ali in i it Vor the plaintiff but when tin defendants Side was heard it presented an entirely different phase. Now i do not wish to be vindictive but in the name honesty Justice and respect for the friends this excellent paper 1 wish to make one correction tins false report. I was there at the time Beltz intended to give his entertainment and know the circumstances just Sis they were. Beltz began the entertainment at the appointed time but was interrupted by a Drunken mob who can a d such a disturbance that Beltz could not proceed with the entertainment. It the readers this paper imagine themselves attending an entertainment among a hostile tribe algonquins they May have a faint idea the unfavourable surroundings that evening. Like a Large concourse unappreciative barbarous Drunken demons they Carousel around until it was utterly impossible for Beltz any one else to hold an entertainment any kind. Not satisfied with these results they i yelled and discharged their fire arms their Way Home which was heard by the people for a half Misc around. Beltz is Well known All Over the country As a successful Man in All his elocution Ary entertainments. He has held entertainments in Many our Large april 1 was a bustling Day in cur Little Burg. All was stir and confusion for it seemed that everybody was moving. Houses were abandoned and re occupied within a few hours time and in calling neighbors in the evening a person was very liable to be a april John Shirbach has sold his property to Jacob Boone and moved with his family to Ashtabula county. We. Adams. Sr., has purchased de. Jones property which will be occupied by his son Frank. De. Has moved to Trail. Charley Willour has moved into j. W. Stoutte a House near depot and Geo. Mauk occupies the Hott property. W. L. Rice has purchased a House Geo. Ferris and Jesse Cotton holds the fort in the a a Browne House. George Lantzer has taken Possession his property East main Street. Daniel Slife has sold his property to Joe Schwarm and expects to move North just where we have not Learned. Prof. de. Sigrist occupy rooms in s. Everharty a House. J. U. Walter moves the Home farm where he expects to till the soil this summer. Or. Shumakher has moved from the Crise farm to a place near Dover. We Trust this will suffice the moving business. The schools this township have All closed with the exception two rooms Here that Are making up lost time caused by measles. Literary closed at Union Point last thursday evening. The House was crowded and the exercises were interesting. The entertainment at Rocky Point was a decided Success. Prof. C. F. Koehler and family Wooster Are visiting at the residence . Stoutt and other relatives. We learn that he has accepted a College professorship at Berea Ohio. We wish him Success. The misses Hostetler Doylestown spent last week visiting their Uncle j. W. Rice this place. Or. Will Frederick who has been clerking in Reichenbach amp Walters store for Over a year is no longer in our midst but will be found in his fathers store in Winesburg. Will is a genial affable Young Man and won Many friends Here. U. B. Still. From Beaver Bam. Court common pleas. The Henderson school closed last tuesday with a pleasant time. We were present at the debate in the evening. After the debate was Over prof. Waltz read a letter that ought not to have been read. Such things Are a scandal to Christian communities. Reading the Bible would have been better employment than getting off senseless stories As jokes your friends. It was a shame. The sick folks the Valley Are getting better. Or. Stephens family have the Grippe. Miss Emily Fox is visiting at Scio Harrison co. Freeman Rainsberger has moved in with mrs. Lytle. Harry Giggle moved in . Stoneman a House and will farm for the doctor. Harry Gundy and j. H. Stephens arc going to Cleveland to work for . Logan. We know you. Proceedings. Knights pythias biennial conclave at Milwaukee wis., july 1890. For this great occasion excursion tickets will he 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 amp 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. Paper overcoats. Cities and villages. Ilis work is endorsed by the Cumberland md., times Canton o., Democrat. Justice demands that the reason for the a grand fizzle he clearly made known to the Public in defense a honorable and successful a Man As . Beltz. G. W. Helt ii. May hmm from Watson Cleek. From Des Moines Iowa. T will Endeavor to give you a few items for your valuable paper. Des Moines is quite an enterprising City fifty sixty thousand inhabitants. They seem to have a great Deal about them. They have very line electric Street car lines although they have a few horse car lines but they Are taking them out As fast As possible and putting in their place 1 lie electric car lines. It has proven to be a Success in this City. E. Ltd. The horse car lines Seldom have any passengers while the electric lines always have a goodly number. This City is also noted for its Beautiful buildings both Public and private. The Capitol located in the Eastern Pait the City is a very Fine building. It took seventeen years to erect it and Cost three million dollars. The legislature is in session at present but have set their Day adjournment for april 15th. This City is free from saloons which seems to be a Blessing although there Are plenty fighters against the present prohibition Rule. But so far As i have been Able to learn it Lias done a great Deal Good. The number convicts m the states prison Are decreasing. On next monday and tuesday april 7 and 8, there will be a grand Encampment the g. A. It. In this City. Vast preparations Are being made for the occasion and undoubtedly will prove a Success and for educational advantages they Are great. They have besides their Public schools three four very Good colleges. Will close for this and will Endeavor to give you a More thorough history affairs in the future. Respectfully from Rush. A if the cloth makers done to get that Man up in the Northwest who Lias invented paper clothing into a Trust next Winter hell make a big Fortune and millions overcoats will stay in the pawnshops where they Are now a said a Chicago Man the other Day to a Friend. A the Hasni to got the idea worked out yet As far As he will probably go but lie made enough vests and underclothes last Winter to create something a panic among the St. Paul clothiers where he made his first business Experiment a big scale. The paper is prepared so that it is soft As cloth and the cold can not penetrate it. My father is engaged in an open air occupation and likes to Experiment so he got one these vests and wore it with no overcoat All last Winter with great Comfort. Next Winter he says he intends to come out the streets in a full suit sex. Waked up effectually. Miscellaneous items. The sixtieth wedding anniversary Alex. Parker and wife was celebrated at their Home monday last week about sixty friends and relatives being present. An enjoyable time was had and the dinner was not tiie least the enjoyments. By received some valuable presents. Or. Parker is about 85 years age his wife some two years younger. He is one the old pioneers this country lie came Here about sixty five years ago from coot will county Cave Ireland. Ilis wife was Horn and raised near Tippecanoe Harrison county They have raised a family eleven children seven whom Are still living. There Are Nineteen Twenty grand children and five six great grand children. L. C. Hiller lost a valuable cow by foundering. Or. Stansberry Lias moved the old Ripley farm now owned by J. Rankin. Or. Stansberry is a Wagon maker by Trade. James Hiller is convalescing. I. C. U. Eli. A lethargic dormant condition the liver is hardly to be overcome with drastic cathartic and nauseous cd Nola rogues. A gentler pleasanter and far More effective Means exists arousing the Organ when somnolent. This is Hostetler a stomach bitters vouched for by tiie medical fraternity tested by the Public for Many j cars. 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 organisms in cheese. From port Washington. Robert Dodd and his five and ten store Are very costly located across the Street in the rooms formerly occupied by . Wells and the doctor is correspondingly Happy in Dodds former quarters. No better lecture has been offered this season than col. Sanford so old times and travel anecdote w it and humor. Opera House wednesday april Lgth. Atlantic Anchor and Fahn stash Lead and pure linseed Oil and Valentines varnishes Are kept in Stock at Wells drug store new Philadelphia Ohio. Or. R. N. Hill leaves today monday and Charley Lang thursday for Lexington ky., where they will take a thorough system Book keeping and general business course. Or. Chas. Riley is Home fur a few Days. Our sick Are All getting better except Lillis Carr who is gradually getting we orse. She suffers very much from her cough. We Are informed that Robert Nelson is going into the Sparrow business. A a. Ollil fool is gone so we will sign d. W. Mcginty. For Sale a 70 acre tract Good land five Miles from new Philadelphia 45 j the election fur township officers i Over and no one killed. The Principa fight was made assessor and the democratic nominee has a got there As regards the election t. B. Rankin Lor Justice the peace by a a i Jority 15, 1 wish to say that the same was generally predicted. His friends the republicans the party to which he in reality belongs rallied to his support in troops. Lie was slashed and Cut right and left by the members the party to which lie claims to belong and which he has so frequently betrayed and were the vote monday any indication his standing in the democratic party the figures would show quite a diff Erent footing. It is an unfortunate result for men probity and principle and More so for the democratic party this township who made an honest Effort to rid itself a machine politician who has dragged the party to a level that is dangerous to approach without danger being dashed to pieces against the rocks and cliff3 selfishness conceit and arrogance so characteristic the Justice elect. The whole Republican ticket was elected by an average majority 23, the exception being Joe a. Kennedy for assessor one the most popular Young democrats the township who was elected by a majority 8. There was a very Light vote polled but we May have occasion to refer again to the vote after having time to Analyse the same. C. R. Itic. No fewer than Nineteen species microbes in one kind cheese and that in a fresh state have been found by prof. Adametz the school cheese manufacture at Kornthal in Switzerland. Every gramme the cheese contained from 90,000 to 140,000 bacteria which increased to More than 800,000 in 70 Days. In a soft cheese 34 Days old the number was calculated to be 1,200,000 to the gramme and2,000,0oo in a specimen 45 Days old. This was in the Interior while the rim there were from 3,000,000 to 5,000,000 for every gramme. It was proven that the arrest these organisms prevents the Matur Hig the cheese. Electric hitters. Beware contractors who advise you this remedy is becoming so Well known and so popular As to need no special mention. All who have used electric bitters sing the same song Praise. A purer Medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do All that is claimed. Electric bitters will cure All diseases the liver and kidneys will remove pimples boils Salt Rheum and other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive malaria from the system and prevent As Well As cure All malarial fevers. For cure headache consumption and indigestion try electric bitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed Money refunded. Price 50 cents and $1 per bottle at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. To whom ii May concern. Final decrees. Samuel Slade v James Weatherbee. Elizabeth Strubel v Margaret r Miller appraisement confirmed. Hellen m Smith v Marcus m link. Application m e Church confirmed. Dollie merchant v Henry merchant. Joseph Clark v Lillie May Clark. Mary Wheeler v we Wheeler. James b Haines amp sons v Stephen Craig. Nicholas Schwab v Fred Dubach. We a Shipton v Nellie m France. Annie a Lovell v Jos it Falwell. Mary Wilson v Henry Gardner. F Douthitt a v John b read. Annie m Skeels v Cassius m Skeels. Elizabeth Strubee v Margaret r Miller. Kate m Dick v John Dick. John f Benfer v Nancy Ellen Wallies James w cad Des v Mary e cad Des. F 11 Goff trustee v David Barnheiser. John s Graham v Isaac ii Kurtz. Edward Dodson v Eliza j sesson. Rudolph Buehler v Geo j Johnson. Mary e Crabtree v same a c Crabtree. Peter Baker v incorporated Village Mineral Point. Mary e Beck v Aaron Patterson. Cases settled. Mary c r Collins v Ann Wise. Henry j Kuhn y Nicholas Schwab. Ann d Pfeffer v Martha Ganzman. Receiver Corn City ins co v Joseph m Stout. Uriah t Cross v Samuel Slade. Mary Jane simmers v David simmers Robert g Galbraith v Jos l Morris. Dismissed. Frank Kernler v Isaiah Crist. Jeremiah West vol West. J b read v Charles Baumer. Ella Smith v we b Smith. M d Woodford v we Willigman. Same v we conies. Alexander Byers v Ruth i Willard. George speck v Mary speck. Herman Carnahan v pipe works. Jennie Bailey v Rezen m Myers. John Myers treas v James m Smith. John w Kimmell v e h Mcgrew. Cases continued. Edwad j Maloy v Village Dennison. We Krupps v same. A Bradley less co v Jacob Heck. F a Porter v Augustus Wilhelmi. Levi e Travis v David g Bruner. Plaintiff to plead. James Mairs v John b Dawson. Anna d Pfeffer v Martha m Ganzman. Mary Wilson v Henry Gardner. D c i notch v Oliver Knisely. Mary c Bontrager v John Bontrager. Luclla s Cunningham v sul Mercer. John Booth v Blackband Iron co. Alfred Bailey v Phoenix ins co. Virginia Bailey v Queen City ins co. Charles Hess v Nicholas Miller. Frank p Black v Ann e Miler. Valentine Doerschuck v Christ Gerber. J a Thompson v j 11 Harding. John Newport v Oliver Rosenberry. Edward Eggan v we Queen. J r Vance v Jessie Birney. Jeremiah Weaver v Geo d Brainard. O c Lawbaugh v Cleveland amp Canton Railroad. Defendant to plead. Nicholas Schwab v Henry j Kuhn. J a Thompson v Robert l Morris. Nicholas Schwab v Henry Kuhn. Mary m Nelsch v Frederick Weber. John Doershuk v Peter Goeler. G w Hilton v Philip Rousch. Maggie j Swihart v John 1 Otis. G w Lilton v Eliza Ludt. Mary Johnson v Joseph Morehead. David Kline v e w Uhrich. M l Kennedy v s g Kennedy. Reymer Brothers v g c Hoover. Smith amp Curtis v same. We Loutzenhiser v Chas Hummel. Benah Wilkins v John b Dawson. Albert Weiss v Geo Belcher. Anna Albert v Oliver p Albert. Judgments. J c Altman amp co v Alex Bartholomew. Ohio comp Cynthia m Huston v Jacob Huston. J l Kennedy a v c e Holden. John a Himes v e w Mathias. Thomas Moore v Geo e Campbell. Elma f Cunningham v g w Bowers. The John Church co v j d Long Hore. _ Pool humanity. Whereas certain irresponsible parties Are circulating the report that j. If. A Itchell connived at a general defeat the democratic ticket at the late corporation election in Dover we. The undersigned Defeated candidates said ticket hereby deny said report. We consider Jar. A Itchell too Good a Democrat Tor that kind work. In our opinion the wholesale trading by which some us were Defeated was done by a party whose Little game did not work As he intended who got just what he deserved and is therefore doing All the howl a himself. Jos. Ii. Hostetler i huge Kraus Charlesj aurer John a. Goodman John Horn Defeated candidate. ? Dover democratic ticket. Is incurable. Read the following . C. Ii. Morris Newark ark., a ivs a was Down with abscess lungs and friends and physicians pronounce me an incurable consumptive. Began taking . King s new discovery for consumption am now my third bottle and Able to oversee the work my farm. It is the finest Medicine Ever Jesse Middlewart Decatur Ohio says a a had it not been for . Kings new discovery for consumption i would have died lung troubles. Was Given up by doctors. Am now in Best try it. Sample bottles free at f. C. Miller amp songs drugstore. A Milo trip by elevator. Some one has suggested that instead imitating the idea building a Tower higher than any other for the worlds fair 1892, the original idea he adopted excavating a deeper Hole in the Earth than has yet been made. The Small Village Schladerbach n Germany now claims the deepest Hole yet bored measuring about 5725 fett in i in six years at a this is merely a Ever it furnishes the extent the a pit for Pas depth some depth and Complete Cost $52,500. A Small bore Hole to Little indication undertaking open ii Senger elevators to a 6000 feet As proposed. Ask y stir Fri i your distressing con we know it because within the past few be Many coughs and Cole nity. Its remarkable entirely by its Genu some Frieml who has thinks Kempis Medicine so pure m Large bottles 5oc and gifts. Sample bottle f pleasant events Are and the marriage la Mattie Swihart i exception to the n the lutheran Chiu Sre Nony. May the prosperous one is the about it. I pm be a Balsam 3 b is cured so in this comm to has been won a Merit. Ask jul it what he . There is no a so effective. 1 All drug Ahvay in order . Grant Hirst to last sunday was Nile. Rev. Sim i he performed their dilate life be a w the times. E. I Irso nage in M. T. Scar-40, Philip a married at the m. Blakes Mills by the it Borough March 27th, a Thias and Martha Metzger. On april 3rd, 1890, Godfrey Haney and Catharine l. Metzger. If you want any in Fot mat Ion about Estern tourist ticket tickets to any mint West South write c. S. Belknap mrs Ion and ticket agent Box 674, new Philadelphia Ohio. 9tf the times has the largest circulation any paper published in the town my contains All the news. Take it and keep posted in tiie progressive movements the town. For Sale trade�?1 go acres Good land in Holt county Nebraska. Would Trade for property in near new Philadelphia. Title perfect. Call the editor the times. Of for Sale several c Ives. They Are Strong condition. I have no them in swarming he times office. Monies italian and m i time to i . The family Rev. Michael Williams deceased wish to express through the column the times their Heartfelt thanks to their friends for their Many kindnesses and attention bestowed upon them during his illness. Rev. Edward Williams. Normal school. The common lot is one sorrow say at least the pessimists they who look at the worst Side. Certainly what would otherwise be a Bright 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 , 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 hosted Era a stomach bitters is that it conquers entirely us Persen activeness 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 Billious Dess and kidney troubles.40-6w4 Philip Gintz breeder de Wyandot chickens at 50 cents per 13. Add re if theft Fust O., Tuscarawas county g. St class look Call at Orough for Sale Ira was gw8 Pru Kenneh a liquor habit. Teachers and others wishing to take mentions late and have by refitted by it. We believe it is for the Best interests the party to hold the convention about the first september. Our columns Are open for a discussion the question. Won As his prize in the matrimonial lottery an accomplished and estimable Young lady who will be a Joy and Comfort to him during All their wedded life. The writer and Many friends wish them happiness and Prosperity. Married by Ii. J. A. Mon a acres Good coal�?4 it. Vein easy Day March 7tli, 1890, William Phil i Access 2� it. Of Blackband Ore under lips and miss Alice r. Adamson loth 20 acres. Fair buildings Good Orchard this City. I Good Spring near the House. Liberal a i Price and terms easy. A bargain in it. The a a Gilsey will be re-3old, april 19. I Cali at the times office. Not to have plans and specifications a thorough and profitable review in the made for your House. You will always j common higher branches will be insecure a better Job work from regu t formed All particulars relative to the Lar plans and thus save much More than j Spring and fall terms a your school a the Cost same and have More artistic j by addressing John Kuhn Beauty and better proportions for the 13w3 new Philadelphia Same Money. You can have such work a a a done by calling s. Lappin no. I East Avenue new Philadelphia Fust Caracas county Ohio. 12w4 j a full line window shades at Wells drug store. Chases Barley malt Winisky being i Rich and nutritious builds up the system being free from ail impurities it has a pleasant stimulative effect j a. Bippus son sole agents for new 1 Philadelphia. 15w4 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 und full particulars. And care. S in Confidence Golden specific co., 185 race Street Cincinnati 40yl . Meurer the Lyons ophthalmic clinic condemns artificial eyes celluloid which soon undergo chemical change and cause scriou3 irritation. If you want close prices Wall paper for the next two weeks Call and see the Mammoth Stock and Low prices at Wells drug store. Or. John Hirst an aged gentleman living West Ray Street died monday old age. He wiil he buried to Day thursday at 2 clock. The work constructing the Street railway has already begun. The poles Are being placed in position. Send in your orders for Job work to the times office. We can do it quickly neatly and 8t least table prices. Mrs. H. Read is visiting Scio Jewett and Steubenville friends this week. The commissioners were in session this week. Too ladies wanted. The lecture goers from the country and surrounding towns can not afford to miss col. Sanford a lecture. Admission 25 and 35 cents. And 100 men to Call any druggist for a free package lanes family Medicine the great Root and Herb remedy discovered by . Silas Lane while in the Rocky mountains. For diseases the blood liver and kidneys it is a positive cure. For constipation and Clearing up the complexion it does wonders. It is the Best Spring Medicine known. Large size package 5u cents. At ail druggists

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