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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - April 11, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Means posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia the a times Quot advertising rates. Spack. 1 3 mo.6 to. 1 y r. One Inch. S 1 00�?T s 2 00$ 3 s it 00 three inches. 2 00 i it 00 7 50 is 00 six inches. 3 i f>0i 12 50 22 50 half Cut ran. 5 001 12 50 i 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 22 501 40 00 75 notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday april 11, 1889. Number 16. Business directory. I new Philadelphia times. Prances Rumig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office n the Mclane Block. New Philadelphia Ohio. John w. Nix a m. D., physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the Biti Din Quot formerly occupied by . Tinker. 51yl f. T Eric Hoe re painting i i Pei iian in Wiiilie washing and Caleb Vii ing neatly done and work guaranteed. At reasonable prices. Leave orders at Walton a Ackey a shoe store new Philadelphia. Ohio. March. La m. Blind Samuel Moore editor and a Reprieto thursday april 11, 1ksp. The weeks doings. The a dry tickets carried at Mineral Point and prohibition will stand a solid footing. The week s doings. The week s doings. The president has issued a prod am a a a a a Tion setting apart tuesday april 30th, Hummel woe second floor East High St. As a Day prayer and thanksgiving in i Honor Washington a Centennial. J c. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 i a a j a a it a that lore a Bonnet a is now for line printing Call at this office. J come to the times office to get your i election tickets printed. Or. T. C. Arthur is spending a few Days with his son in Law L. Dodd. Pittsburgh c. W. Burry has gone to to buy goods for the new York Cash store. J c. Parks m. In physician and surd Eon. All Calls Day night empty answered. Office in the Patrick building South Broadway. Residence two doors South c a p depot 19 John s. Or aha d a \ \ Ait it Nncy at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia. Ohio. A professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47vl remittances should be gent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A amp a a address All matter intended for Public Catlon to the Tim us. B. Booth j. 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 c a Muel Moolla attorney at Law. New Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Larrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office ill Hummel Block second floor. Jose in a p. Mejri Jlyo livery amp feed stable . Ohio. First class rigs spy a purposes. Office and i. 8tame near Railroad depot. Oct. 2b. 44in6 Babcock Hurd. Amp co., wholesale grocers 106 amp 10s water St., Cleveland. P. H. Babcock ii. Hurd jr., Babcock h. A Bishop Hurd Vjio resale agents Lor the t Ilion Coffee co., limited new York for the Sale their celebrated Alaroma and Bun a brands roasted Coffee. 2lyl he g1lsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Al. T. A taxis proprietor. To. T a a. The House has been newly furnished Ihrman. Out. Pleasant rooms. Table first class. Price moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. 45yl steam engines boilers and machinery. Mali i2nfelnes and boilers for shop farm the Evi by size and Styli dug red and to suit 4. It every purpose. Saw Mills and Wood working and feed Mills shafting pulleys i Elting and Mill supplies. Also a Large lot Good second hand engines and other machinery very cheap. 11 Arm ids machine depot. 97 3t 99 first a ve., Pittsburgh a. 4syl Money to loan first mortgage farm Security at Low rates interest. Loans Only taken r three years More and for sums $1,000 and upwards. Privilege making partial payments Sion More Loans granted and Extension Lime Given when interest is kept tip promptly. And commission and no charges for recording for further particulars and information address we. Ii. R0.8s, gent agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. 42fht> october 11, 1sss. Co to Montana via the St. Paul Minneapolis and Manitoba Ray. A magnificent daily train service a the Montana express Quot will be inaugurated november 10, 1888. Elegant dining cars drawing room sleepers handsome Day coach lies and free colonist sleepers with Kitchen and lavatory. The Only line to the three great cities Montana Fiat a for maps and general information inquire your own ticket i. Whitney. Gent . And Tkv tags to. St. Paul Minnesota. 33 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 pills and More could hardly he 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 Mie country that a family never thinks being without them. Said an old gentleman in Eastern Maryland a Why in be raised my family Sellers spills 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 for a Star. 6m6 Tryc a by Xiv the democrats Tuscarawas county Are requested to meet at the usual places holding their primary elections in the respective townships and precincts Friday May 24th, 1s89, at Iron 4 clock to g clock p. Except in the precincts Goshen Mill and Dover township where the meetings will be held from 4 clock to 7 clock p. Of said Dayan organize said meetings respectively by selecting a chairman and Secretary who shall act As tellers and proceed to choose by ballot Delegate to represent said townships and election precincts in the democratic county convention to be held in new Philadelphia saturday. May 2?, if tsp at 10 clock a. In., to nominate candidates for the following offices and in the following order t woke it Resen to Tives. Tine treasurer Tine sheriff. One commissioner. One infirmary director. A Iso to select delegates to the democratic senatorial convention for this District and to the democratic state convention and to transact such business As May properly come before the convention. Each township and election precinct will be entitled delegates in he county convention upon the following basis. On Delegate ,evefy.?5 votes Hud one for every fraction in votes Casl for the democratic presidential electors in november 1.888, which will give each township and precinct the number delegates Here stated Viz Auburn. 8 bucks.10 Clay 0 Dover. 27 Fairfield. O Franklin. 6 Goshen precinct 16 a person. Lawrence Mill Dennson t Fri Husville precinct 1 Oxford. Perry. Rush. Salem. Sandy. Sugarcreek. Union. Warren. Warwick. Washington. Wayne. York. .11 .1 2698o Ito. .1054 .119 .11 4 65 98 220 total. The chairman and secretaries the primary meetings will see that the name the delegates choose Are property certified to the convention. By order the democratic Central committee. T. J. Evans chairman. A Ream. Asset Sec . A Xoi Nick >1 kits. Please announce my name As a candidate for the office sheriff subject to the decision the democratic county convention. Cyrus Roth Clay twp. Please announce my name As a candidate for the office sheriff subject to the decision the democratic county convention. Joseph Morehead Mill twp. Please announce my name As a candidate for the office sheriff subject to the decision the democratic county convention. J. W. Hopkins Mill twp. Please announce my name As a candidate for the office sheriff subject to the decision the democratic county convention. S. I it. Ryan my Arron twp. I respectfully announce myself As a candidate for the office sheriff subject to the decision the democratic county convention which convenes saturday May 25. 1889. Sheldon Dick in . Oxford twp. Please announce that . Joseph ii. Ebright a wounded Soldier and worthy j Democrat Dover township will he a candidate for sheriff Tuscarawas county before the next democratic county convention and oblige Many democrats and comrades. Please announce my name As a candidate for the office county treasurer subject to the decision the democratic county convention. C. C. Forney Goshen twp. Please announce my name As a candidate for the office county treasurer subject to the decision the democratic county convention. Loris Zellner Goshen twp. Please announce my name As a candidate for the office county treasurer subject to the decision the democratic county convention. P. Mcgregor Warren twp. Please announce my name As a candidate for the office county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic county convention. Frederick Glaser Goshen twp. Please announce the name Adam Miller a Good staunch Democrat Oxford township As a candidate for county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic county convention. Of for d democracy. Of the household. The residence Leroy Mcgregor North Broadway caught fire from a defective flue thursday Forenoon burning a space in the roof a about four feet Square the lire was extinguished before he lire s it is bound to come this time and you May As Well get ready for it. Rev. Baxter London announces that the end All terrestrial things will occur the 5th March 1890. Now is the time to up your subscription if you wish to go Happy. We frequently hear the quotation a that a Public office is a Public Trust a but we surmise that that sentiment is being dreadfully prostituted in this county and that it is fast becoming a ring Trust. Would it not be honorable to assault at incl it Pilot Box the assailants that time honoured sentiment. Last week we spoke the new school Buyrd As being in opposition to the employment the if a a oo1 teacher in this place which to the outside world was supposed to be an Issue at the election. But in Justice to miss Lafferty append the following which explains itself to All concerned editor times pm Etc sir miss Lafferty our present High school teacher notified me As Secretary the Board directorate the beginning the school year that she would not be an applicant for the position hereafter and gave due notice so As to enable the Board to act accordingly. Very respectfully c. C. Wilty. We heard. A Hpe incident which occurred an est 1 Royit Street one Fay last week that is worthy mention. A Little Hoy seven eight years was passing along the Street barefooted and his every appearance indicative poverty when a gentleman a Christian a noticed him and he immediately took the boy in charge never asking Why wherefore and Clad hint in comfortable clothing. The boy not to be ungrateful tendered his services to his Benefactor who gave him some work to do paying him in Money for the same. Who knows but what this Little act kindness might bring that boy to the front some Day. A Vicc the democracy new York state Are in rather bad shape for a Victory in the future. At Cohoes in that state one faction is known As the Hill following and the other the Cleveland. The election closed with a riot Between the two factions. The Hill faction sold the state to the republicans so As to make sure Hills election and now at the local election that act is hearing fruit an evil kind there is nothing More contemptible than the Selling out a Friend. The Midnight thief in the Penitentiary is a credit to the betrayer. If new York thinks it will make Hill the Standard bearer in 1s90 with the Hope Success she will be sadly disappointed. New York is the key to the situation and it will required Man with clean skirts to carry the state. Tis time to relegate that class politicians to the rear. We should commence at Home at the local elections and extend the Reform to the highest offices. Tuesday afternoon we paid the Little City Mineral la Point a Short visit. We found the town alive with business and since the building two Large new business blocks it makes the town appear like a Little City. We find in one these blocks . John Bierly who keeps one the cleanest and Best meat markets in the county where you can get Choice fresh meats also cured meats and Many things in the provision line lie deserves a live patronage. Next in this Block we called s. A Mccuen druggist who lately located in the town. He came from Independence Richland county last August and is a practical pharmacist and a very genteel fellow. He carries a splendid Stock fresh drugs medicines notions and school books which makes a Fine display in his new room. His prices Are Rock Bottom and the citizens Mineral and Vicinity should give him a Liberal patronage. Next door we were pleased to meet our old Friend John t. Rice. He is one tiie losers by the fire last summer and we Are glad to see him established in his new room with a new Stock dry goods groceries and . Rice enjoys a Liberal patronage by reason ins Clever ways and fair dealing and is justly entitled to it too. We crossed Over to t Fie new Block owned by John t. Rice. This is a handsome building and a credit to the town. Here . Rice carries a Large and Well selected Stock hardware stoves and tinware and agricultural implements where All the Farmers in the Vicinity ought to go to buy their goods As . Rice Sells As cheap As anywhere in larger towns cities. Square dealing is his motto. In the adjoining room in this Block is . James Meagher another the sufferers by the fin1. James is a Hustler and has put in a Nice new Stock dry x re. Pro. Of Cleveland visited her friends in new Phi adept Fra the last last week. Mrs. George Travis near Ragersville is lying seriously ill dropsy with no prospects recovery. Mrs it Freda cd Rispen after a delightful visit Fier borne re Akron returned to her school duties ast t a Turco a. Justice Gray the supreme court the u. S. Is to wed miss Mathews daughter Stanley Mathews. Justice Gray is go years old. Never Brood Over troubles that you have and be sure never to borrow any. Avoid fretting and As far As possible be trustful hopeful and cheerful. Maud s. The world renowned Trotter was 15 years old last thursday. She belongs to Robert Bonner new York and Cost him $40,090. Or. Schneider and family Kensington o., Are coming to live in new Philadelphia. Or. S. Will be in the july j. Burry amp son in the new York Cash store. It is thought electric lights 50,000,-000 Candle Power each four such structures As the Eiffel Tower which is to he 984 feet High would Light the whole City Pari. I is. Dole amp Mitchell dentists make a specially saving the natural Teeth and warrant everything they do to be first class. They administer Gas in extracting Teeth when called for. 14w4 remember the grand opening the n. Y Cash store saturday. Miss Minnie Dempster Uhrichsville spent sunday with Emma Burri. Don t fail to Sec . M ill liar Baugh in a waiting for the verdict a saturday april 13th. Miss Lizzie Torgler this place has gone to Zanesville to spend the summer with her sister in that City. Corns the t mks office for horse Hills. We have draft c is 6hcl roadsters firs class work guaranteed. The Western Union Telegraph office has been removed to the Exchange Block Over Urfer amp Kinsey store. Of fac bargains an dry goods at the new a Ork Cash a tire. A Pei Ira a saturday april 13th. Come Early. From canal Dover. Any per a Oil tir get a a first class typewriter should not fail to write to j. W. Rolli Stone Creek o., for catalogue and Sample writing the world to non Riter. T>rices$10 and $15. For Sale a Good second hand Phaeton lot it make practically As Good As new and Cost $150. Will sell lows want to buy a two seat Rig is the reason for a Ling. Inquire at the totes office. St if you Are going West Call write j. F. Milar ticket agent Penna. By. Co., for lowest rates. Train leaving new Philadelphia g 25a. M., makes close connection with fast train at Alliance and arrive at Chicago same evening. 15w4 Friday night last this Section country was treated to quite a Surprise from the visitation another blizzard. It was just one week from the other one and begun about the same time in the evening. There was As much Snow fell As any time during the Winter. Or. William Levengood Ragersville brought his clip Wool 1300 lbs. To Market tuesday. He is the largest Wool grower in Auburn John Burry a son were the purchasers. Thirty cents straight was the Price paid. That is the Best the Harrison administration can . Do your local advertising in the times. Circulation 56 quires one half larger than any other democratic paper in the mrs. Clarinda Marlatt died at her late residence in Blakes Mills Friday last. She was buried at Newcomerstown monday. Sylvenus Burton a former resident this place died at Akron sunday last. Lie was buried Here at new Philadelphia tuesday. A a 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. Wait for the opening a amp new York Cash store saturday this week in the room formerly occupied by Minnich amp Gooding Public Square. A Large and Well selected Stock dry goods notions Etc., direct from the East at Rock Bottom Price at the new York Cash store. Opening saturday this week. Having disposed my property and am going out business will sell my entire Stock buggies at Cost All my own make. Chas. Houpt new Philadelphia 9wl2 . Gotleib Ladrach Ragersville delivered $135 Worth calves at East Shanesville monday morning. That was quite a Little Herd for one Man in one year. For Sale 207 acre \ half mile West Aurora Centre two Good houses Burns granary living water Etc. Terms easy. C. W. Amp Mcc. Ii urd 102 amp 104 water St., Cleveland Gw3 by mistake last week we sent two packs to Tab office which run us Short the Bolivar list four five papers it being the last list out. We will try and not have it occur again. We Hope those who missed their papers will Pardon us this time. The sons veterans this City will hold their anniversary Sermon at the m. E. Church sunday morning april 14th, 1889. All members the Camp Are requested to it present. The g. A. Ii. Post is respectfully invited. Thos. Sweaty Captain. Ventilating sees. According to miss Eva m. A. Bewsher Mauritius it is a Well authenticated Joss went to Pittsburgh fact that each hive in tropical countries a t i goods and groceries and is ready to 1 he Many democratic friends John i h. A. To Andres Auburn township desire that i compete with the world prices. He is an honorable Man and Well Worth the esteem in which he is held by the citizens the town. In the second Story this Block . So tiers dispenses Justice As j. P. And practices Law. He is a careful counsel a and Safe to entrust with business. Candidate for county commissioner i Ca Vas j. Bid Well subject to the decision the coming whom we found fat and Hearty which county convention. He has always j is a Good recommendation for his holds name be announced As a candidate for county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic county convention to be held May 25th. Lie is an honest upright business Man and a Good Democrat. Many democrats. Please announce the name e. B. Wellhafer Rush township As a mrs. L. A. This week to attend the easter opening Spring millinery. Look out for a Fine display stylish hats and bonnets copied from Paris patterns a first class trimmer who Lias been secured for the season. Every Effort will he made to please her numerous customers As heretofore. Will return thursday. We stated in our paper last week that the stable . Alex. Latto near Uhrichsville had been destroyed by lightning and his valuable stallion we got the information from a citizen living across the River near Trenton and supposed it was Correct. Or. Latto informs us that it is not the Case and that he had no loss. 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. 4gtf. Mrs. Jacob Haney residing immediately below the c. L. Amp w. Depot in starting a fire sunday morning with kerosene was severely burned. The can exploded burning her hands and face and igniting her clothing her lower limbs were badly blistered before the fire could be extinguished. Or. Parks was called to attend the patient. Will people Ever learn that kerosene Oil is dangerous in pouring it a lire Clias. S. B. Ward a younger brother . Jas. Ward new Philadelphia died at tie Home his grandmother Ward m Niles o., Friday april 5th, after two weeks sickness typhoid fever in the 21st year his age. Deceased was a member the firm w. A. Ward a co., foundry men at new Castle pa., and was highly respected in social and business circles. He had visited new Philadelphia a couple occasions and made a number pleasant acquaintances who express deep sorrow has its a ventilating Bee a during the hot season. Two three these Are stationed at the Entrance the hive and Cool the Interior by incessant fanning with their wings. They Are relieved at intervals by others and while duty Are kept constantly at work by a sort patrol bees. Formation rain. In All cases rain is produced by the Cooling the air stated . H. F. Illan Ford in a recent lecture and in nearly All if not All this Cooling is produced by the expansion the air in ascending from lower to higher Levels in the atmosphere by what is termed dynamic Cooling. This last fact which is not emphasized As it should be in some popular text books was originally suggested he Espy some forty years ago but is Only now generally recognized. Lihr business booming. Probably no one tiling has caused such a general revival Trade at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store As their giving away to their customers so Many free trial bottles . Kings new discovery for consumption. Their Trade is simply enormous in this very valuable article from the fact that it always cures and never disappoints. Coughs colds asthma bronchitis croup and All Throat and lung diseases quickly cured. You can test it before buying by getting a trial bottle free Large size $1. Every bottle warranted. Unclaimed Lett Era. Been a staunch Democrat and we claim i t j this end the county is entitled to the nomination. Many democrats Rush twp. If you want a Good Square meal Call him. We will Call others soon. Timely death and sympathy for the bereaved relatives. The interment took place in the Allegheny pa., cemetery sunday last. A leaves have their time to fall. And Flowers to Wither at tie North winds breath but All thou Hast All seasons Lor thine own 0, death a the following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office april 8, 18s9 we. Jamison 2, John Monger c. F. Parts Al. Signor Lizzie Young Signor de Sheparo Sheparo Elmer Smith 2, Lega Harpes Maggie Mcintyre Abraham Long Miller amp Mcclellan Catharine Miller i. G. Johnson 3 postal Misso. Draa mrs. Mary Conwell John w. Meller Ida Mezker Ned Burke miss Olive m. Draa Jacob min Nis Timothy Hunter 2, Olive Draa a at their Young friends seemingly in per it Jennnie Pland Melinda Harper Frank w. Bond mrs. Etta Truman George Giggle Austin Renner Andrew Resher Ben Renolds w. C. Hamilton amp son Elizabeth Gebhart. If not called for in fourteen Days will be sent to the dead letter office please say a a e. P. Degreif p. The beaters Are turning out an immense lot Marble and Granite monuments for this season the year. The male portion the Beiter family Are All mechanics no mean order and those wishing work Down in their inc will do Well to give them a Call. The Central House Lias been re opened under the management a . Shaw from Newsom Efston. The House is Well located and with proper management will do some business. We wish the newcomer Success in his venture. Two arrests for drunkenness the streets sunday last. Parties were landed in the cooler both late arrivals a net working in the rolling Mill. Six Days in a weel 19 Fet drunk in should satisfy any reasonable Man a off marshal Geib coops them up sight sunday. Or. King the Iron City has sold his House and lot third Street to Joe Klar and has settled Down to business again in Good shape. The fact that his hotel Trade for Fri miscarried May be distasteful to . King Bill we believe it pleases Many his friends who depend upon him for accommodations. Some parties Over from county seat last week accompanied by a travelling Salesman got outside a Little too much a family one the parties was pulled in for fast driving fined and sent out town. Jos. Hoopengarner a former resident Tuscarawas county but lately Portage county died a few Days since. Parties from Dover and Vicinity attended the funeral. Or. Ii. Was a worthy member society and will be missed by a Large Circle friends and relatives they had a Little War Cloud out in District no. 10, Dover township at the exhibition held there the last Days school. Charges and counter charges were made several parties arrested and some bad blood stirred up. One party who is old enough to know better and who was the cause the difficulty paid some $15.00 Worth costs to say nothing about trimmings and now All is Serene. Bad place to carry neighbourhood quarrels. The result the election in Dover township and in the corporation Dover was rot such As Many could have wished but was no Surprise to those who watch the course events closely. The republicans elected their entire corporation ticket while the school Board ticket was Cut and slashed beyond recognition according to arrangements made Long prior to the election. It was practically a fusion without the merits a non partisan ticket and election. The democratic ticket was Horn and Bodey and the Republican ticket was Bodey and Giloffi while Schafer and Wentz who were originally tacked to the Tail ends the tickets the former to the Republican and the latter to the Democrat were slaughtered right and left without mercy and were atsed a cats paws to Rake out somebody Clef a chestnuts. We notice by last weeks Standard that a Little squib ours two week ago stirred up editor read. We wrote the matter referred to at the request others and could not vouch for the truth any part it. Or. Gould is the part that might have reasonably taken offence at the article a he is a much older Man than the write but Patrick Henry at his age and occupation should certainly not have called us such hard names. Nothing could have been farther from our thoughts and intentions than the idea stirring up strife Between read and Gould. As to what particular species the animal kingdom we most resemble we will not dispute about for a moment. A Man is known by his deeds and judging read by that Standard we Are not alone in the list in which he has placed us and we fear if there was much envy in our make up we would begrudge him the length his ears. One thing certain there is no Man Earth More competent to judge by actual experience what one those Long eared chaps with a Bible name can do with a Pencil when he lets himself Loose than p. Henry read the Standard. From Rush township. A Liberal offer. Ciloke Milkanin is. Or. Helling was at new Philadelphia a business trip Friday and saturday. Miss Jennie Berkshire returned saturday from a visit with Uhrichsville friends. Our school commences one week from to Day. J. Ii. Cochran will a Wield the a a Doc Johnson starts this noon to Freeport pa., where he has secured a Job painting in a Carriage factory. Our sunday school after passing Over a very successful Winter term commences the new Quarter with renewed life. G. W. Murphy is the efficient superintendent. West Union school has been reorganized. Brice Mcfadden is superintendent. Master Oral Korns is very Low with lung fever at this writing. An infant child e. S. And Allie Watson was buried in West Union cemetery last tuesday. Aunt Fannie Buffington Cambridge after an absence Over five years is visiting her Many friends in this place. Mrs. Hester fanning Seneca Kansas is visiting her Mother mrs. Joseph Dew who is very Low with paralysis at her daughter mrs. John Berkshire near West Union. John w. Hiller has rented property in Tippecanoe and will move his family there in the near future. The store j. L. Denning Paoli o., was entirely consumed by fire last monday night. Facts show fire to be incendiary origin. Insured for $1,-000, which will cover about one half the loss. Pickwick. Very lady the election passed off quietly the republicans taking All the tricks by an average majority about eight. At the democratic caucus the following Resolution bearing the Model Republican clerk and applicant for the Post office at Rush was introduced resolved that the democratic party Kush township reaffirms the principles the party As expressed by the resolutions the last county convention and denounce the course pursued by the township clerk f. E. Buroway As dishonest and unworthy a gentleman and demands his impeachment by the trustees and his removal As a township official. Vandalism seems to be getting rampant against a dwelling House Watson Creek belonging to . Mathew Mcmil Feri and which was to be occupied by John Ive Hrh was thrown from its foundation monday night. It is supposed the Job was engineered by a clique scoundrels that it is said he has been showing up to the Public and executed by paid hirelings. Testimony will be presented by a citizen to the a Rand jury who saw a number individuals going in a direction that night and another is ready to swear to the ownership an overshoes found the premises the following look out for some interesting developments. Geo. Dugan the old time passenger Engineer the Panhandle has sold his farm to editor John c. Fisher the Coshocton Democrat and will remove to that place next week. F. T. Robertson the Burnett detective Agency Charleston w. Va., is Perambo plating Over our Hills for the Good his health. It has been reported by some political tricksters and to injure . E. B. West Hafer in his canvass that he is responsible for my censure and remarks regarding one Rankin. To dispel All such rumours i wish to say that . Westha Fer never even intimated anything against said Coon but everything said is based upon affidavits by divers other persons whom he has wronged done dirty political we Ork. C. K. Itic. 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 Quot 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. 3 25 weekly. 3 45 1 90 90 00 00 85 90 25 90 80 25 25 25 90 4. 00 4 co Bazar. 00 i Young people. 00 new York ledge 00 a a weekly. 00 a a world. 00 puck. 1 00 Pittsburg Chron. Telegraph 4 00 police Gaz. Or sports a world 3 25 3 00 saturday night. 2 25 prices other papers application. We handle leading German papers. From Shanesville. Our Spring election passed off in a quiet Way resulting in the election Walt Koch trustee b. R. Hartman treasurer Thomas Richardson j. P. Allen Richardson Street commissioner. On tuesday april 2d, we were treated to an instalment strange keeping the peace by a Justice the peace who threatened to a put a nose several persons and finally wound up by receiving a sprained ankle in a tussle with the Constable. It is to be hoped such exhibitions May not occur soon again for such conduct savors too much Border Ruffia ism. Considerable moving this Spring in our town. J. A. Emhart the merchant tailor moved Mill Street still having Iii shop in the d. Bahler moved in House High Street opposite . Schwartz residence. O. C. Law Baugh purchased and will occupy the Charley Ley House Dover Street. Milt. Blickens Derfer moved to town in his property North Street. Some improvement going in our place some paint being used and our our town will soon present a much better appearance. There is a project foot Here to establish a select school and a better location cannot be found in the state. Our town lies High and dry Beautiful scenery pure air Good water and no select school nearer than Wooster it. Union and our citizens Are in Earnest in the matter. Kerch Bros took Possession the m. Shott Blacksmith and Wagon manufacturing establishment april 1st, and will conduct the business hereafter. Our schools after a vacation resumed monday with a very Small attendance in two upper rooms. Our Farmers Are All Busy and much Oats has been sown. Buzz Buzz. For Sale. An 81-acre tract splendid land�?20 acres level meadowland Rich live Sandy soil and the remainder smooth Rich Ridge land every foot tillable about 10 acres firs class Timber Ordinary dwelling Good barn two Orchards firs class fruit in All 40 acres Well watered with Springs Good soft water 3-4 mile from Railroad 1 12 mile from two stations the c. Amp m. Railroad 4 Miles to Liberty and 5 to Newcomerstown 1 1-2 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 Neil philada., Reason for Selling party wishes to go to new country. _ George Washington s inauguration. Excursion tickets to new York 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, 1889. This Celebration is in the hands Well known and enterprising citizens new York who Promise that it shall he 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. 15w?4 crop report issued by the Date Board agriculture up to april. The state Board agriculture has issued the crop estimate which is compiled and arranged from the reports township correspondents up to april 1, 1889 wheat area 1888, 2,454,140 acres area compared with last year about 91 per cent. Estimated area for Harvest 1889, 2,259,806 acres condition Plant compared with full aver age 87 per cent. Snow Protection during Winter 2 weeks crop 1888 still in producers hands 17 per cent. Barley a acreage compared with last year 80 per cent. Condition compared with full average 88. Rye acreage compared with last year 84 per cent. Condition compared with full average 92. Corn a condition in crib compared with full average 90 per cent. Crop Cut up last fall for fodder 86 a husked during the Winter 10 damage to a husked during Winter 11. Fodder damaged during Winter 18 per cent. Fruit prospects compared with full average 83 per cent. Farm hands wages per month with Board $16 without Hoard $23 wages per Day without Board $1.10. The shortage in wheat area is found to have Arisen from the Low Price in wheat the abnormally wet october and the condition the heavy Corn crop which was blown Down so As to prevent seeding. This shortage has been seeded to oat which fact together with the condition the land favouring Early blowing will make the acreage Oats for 18s9 Large. The dry weather March has been general the state and Cut Down the wheat estimate and has been damaging to Clover and grass both old and new. Live Stock generally in excellent condition. For Sale. Suffering from those distressing female complaints weakness Etc., so common to her sex should Send her address and receive full particulars a Xeric treatment for such troubles. Sent free. . If. H. Armstrong 3033 Cambridge St., phila., a. 51yl a farm Twenty acres situated in Rush Tow ii ship eight acres cleared and remainder in Timber. Lays Well and is Good soil. It is known As the Rufus Walton tract. For further information inquire the owner epoch. The transition from Long lingering and painful Liekne to robust health Marks an epoch in the life the individual. Such a remarkable event is treasured in the memory and the Agency whereby the Good health has been attained is gratefully blessed. Hence it is that so much is heard in Praise electric bitters. So Many feel they owe their restoration to health to the use the great alterative and tonic. If you Are troubled with any disease kidneys liver stomach Long Short standing you will surely find Relief by use electric bitters. Sold at 50c and $1 per bottle. The handsomest lady in new Philadelphia remarked to a Friend the other Day that she knew Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs was a Superior remedy As it stopped her cough instantly when other remedies had no effect whatever. So to prove this and convince you its Merit any druggist will give you a Sample bottle free. Large size 50 cents and $1. The population new Philadelphia is about 4,500, and we would say at least one half Are troubled with some affection the Throat and lungs As those complaints Are according to statistics More numerous than others. We would advise All our readers not to neglect the Opportunity to Call their druggist and get a bottle Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs. Trial size free. Large bottles 50c and $1. Sold by All druggists. 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. 11. Westhafer Tracy Tuscarawas co., 14tf property Tor Sale. Two lots 204x66, with Good two Story Frame dwelling 10 rooms All necessary outbuildings Good Well and Cistern and a Good cellar under the House. All kinds fruit. Would sell As a whole Divide. On a Good Street in new Philadelphia. Terms very reasonable. Inquire at times office. 29tf Book a imling. Mud run Valley. Norman Rupert 10wl2 done to fail to attend the grand opening the Neil York Cash store East Side Public Square saturday. Magazines music periodicals Law and medical books ruling and Blank books made to order at the lowest pos sible rates. Missing numbers supplied. J. J. In Oppinger amp co., Cor. Seneca and Long St., Cleveland february 21. 9m3 miscellaneous. Law administration. Ill houses for Sale a number desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Enquire at times office. A glimpse at some the Peculiar Sti Tutins colonial life. The sentiment against lawyers was at this time nearly As Strong in Virginia As in new England although in the former it had sprung More from experience than from doctrine. Episcopacy unlike independency was not hostile in spirit to the Legal profession. But Virginia it would seem was a prey to a band unscrupulous broken Down attorneys from England and the extent the affliction appears from the legislation their account. In 1643 an attempt was made to regulate the practice Law by a system fees licenses and oaths but without Avail and two years later it was enacted that a mercenary attorneys be wholly expelled from such a in new England the expedient was adopted allowing a magistrate some one from among the people to assist parties m pleading causes. This plan however was soon found unsatisfactory and a second attempt was made to regulate rather than exclude the practice la but before without Avail. In 1658 All persons attorneys others who should assist in pleading causes for a compensation were made liable to a Fine five thousand pounds tobacco. Fortunately these worthless adventurers confined their attention to Virginia. The Middle colonies at this time were not subjected to such visitation in an account Pennsylvania and West new Jersey by Gabriel Thomas published in 1698, and dedicated to a Friend William Penn a is the following naive observation a lawyers and physicians i shall say nothing because this country is very peaceable and healthy Long May it so continue and never have occasion for the Tongue the one nor the pen the other both equally destructive to menus estates and against the attorneys the lawgiver apparently deemed some special precaution necessary for the fundamental constitutions East new Jersey provided that All parties might plead their causes either in person by friends no compensation being allowed. With this practical exclusion from the colonies men educated and devoted to the Law there was course much crudeness in the Early judicial systems. From Devotion to particular religious theories from the tendency in new communities toward centralized government the colonists disregarded an important English precedent the separation the judiciary from the executive and the legislature. The highest court was identical in Massachusetts with the legislature and in the other colonies generally with the executive. Tho very men that sat the Bench sat also in Tho executive Council and in the legislature. As a result the distinctions Between Law morality and religion were constantly overlooked. Not merely Many a relations to his Fellows but even his relations to his god were placed within the province the legislature and the courts. To take a striking example blasphemy and idolatry were capital crimes at the same time in Massachusetts and in Maryland. In Virginia one neglecting the daily service the established Church might find himself sentenced to Tho galleys for six months. If he did not attend the sunday service he might need to prepare for the next world. The men who presided Over these Early tribunals were As much a product the times As were the Laws they applied the Justice they dispensed. Legal training was indeed a rare Quality. But usually they were a table and judicious persons a according to the requirement the Virginia statute. They came chiefly from the ruling class the Independent oligarchy in new England the Gentry planter class in the South. Their deficiencies and eccentricities were overlooked by the people. The judgments John Winthrop the Puritan governor Massachusetts and Thomas Olive the Quaker governor West Jersey were equally acceptable though delivered in the one Case from the platform the Boston meeting Honse and in the other from a the stumps in his it was reason and common sense not Legal precedents that the judges consulted considering each Case As novel occurrence. When these simple expedients did not suffice in cases doubt other perplexity application was made at least in new England to the Gaylord Cook in Atlantic. An electric join Catcher. Automatic weighing and Power testing machines and dispensers chocolate cakes vials perfumery and other wares have become a familiar sight in Many lands during the past few years. A new development the idea has been introduced by a French society and Lias already found favor in the waiting rooms gardens and theatres Paris. It is called the a electric magic lantern a and serves something the purpose an illustrated daily paper. It is in the form a highly ornamental Box pillar seven feet tall bearing a conspicuous invitation to a give to a centimes and the person accepting the invitation looks through a five Inch Lens in the front the apparatus drops his Coin in the Slot and sees pass upward a series seven drawings illustrative current events each picture pausing for a few seconds to give time for a Good View it. A Swan electric lamp the pictures and the entire mechanism is operated by electricity. The drawings Are changed daily the list representations being neatly placarded the outside. Barn water. A soap a says . W. Mattie Williams a always contains More less water in some cases far More than is desirable so much As to become an adulterants. A few years ago two men brought to my door some Salvage soap at 2d. Per Pound said to come from a wrecked ship. I handled it and told the gentlemen that 2d. Per Pound was a High Price for water. A neighbor bought a few bars and stored them in a dry place. A few weeks after the bars had shrunk to Mere ropes about one eighth their original bulk. Such shrinkage measured by loss weight affords a simple measure such adulteration. $10,000 Worth new goods at the n. A f aah incr saturday

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