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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - April 17, 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 Heads posters and Job printing of every description done on Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times volume Philadelphia o., thursday april 17, 1890. The Quot times advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three inches., six inches. Hal column., one column. 1 to 3 to. s to 1 y a. $100 $2 01 s3 00 s 5 of 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 a Ooi 7 50 12 50 22 50 oo1 12 50 22 50 40 00 a Ooi 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Number 16. Fri Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. Tuscarawas Branch schedule r. In effect nov. 10, 1889. Going East. Stations. Mail express local. Leave new Philadelphia 6 2-5 . 2 00 . 1 00 . Canal Dover. J 6 45 a a i 210 a a 130 a a Zoar. 7 15 a a i 2 25 2 00 a a Mineral Point. 7 30 a a 2 31 a a 2 31 a a Magnolia. 8 00 a a 2 40 a a 2 59 a a Waynesburg. 3 10 a a 2 51 a a 3 07 a a Malvern. 8 35 a a 3 01 a a 3 25 a a Oneida. 8 45 a a 3 06 a a 3 32 a a Minerva. 9 00 a a 315 a a 3 45 a a arrive Bayard. 9 20 a a 3 25 a a 3 55 a a Alliance. 10 05 a a 4 25 a a Cleveland. 12 5o . 6 35 a a. Wellsville. Bellaire. 1215 a a 4 50 a a 1 50 a a 8 05 a a Pittsburgh. 2 25 a a 7 00 a a going West. Stations. Mail. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. C10 . 12 45 . 1 Bellaire. 1 40 10 10 . Wellsville. 8 15 2 40 Cleveland. 8 00 1 05 Alliance. 10 25 3 10 Bayard. 10 55 4 15 7 i it Minerva. 11 03 11 12 4 25 7 25 Oneida. 4 36 i 7 55 Malvern. 11 17 4 43 i 8 35 Waynesburg. 11 28 5 00 1 8 55 Magnolia. 11 33 5 07 i 9 20 Mineral Point. 11 47 5 27 i 9 55 Zoar. 11 53 5 35 40 10 canal Dover. La 10 p not 6 00 to 40 arrive 1 111 00 new Philadelphia 12 20 6 16 hew Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday april to 1890. Hummel Bloch second floor East Tiah St. Population new Philadelphia 5,gc0 4��?othe i re a Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.�1.00 if not paid within three mods 1.50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. Tfir address All matter intended for publication to the times. All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for the West connect at Alliance wit ii trains on the a great fort Wayne route running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates of fare Etc. Apply to j. F. , agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. Joseph woo., e. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Pas. Age to Pittsburgh a. The democrats of Dennison elected their entire ticket excepting Street commissioner. W. H. Stout issued his first copy of the chronicle As proprietor last week. He has moved his family from Rich Wood and will now be a permanent citizen of Ehrichs Viii. The contest for councilmen at Mineral Point was quite spirited Between the Quot wet a and the Quot dry a the wet a gained a Little on the dry a but the latter still have a majority in the Council and local option will remain in Force. Cleveland and Marietta railway. In effect june 10, 1889. The twin City Independent says that or. Jacob Kominer of Ehrichs Viii will be a candidate for county Recor i Der at the next convention. We agree with the Independent As to his fitness. If nominated he will not be found wanting for friends. Going North. Stations. Going South. No. 4 no. 2 1 no. 1 a no. 3. 1040am 209am 1100 100 ii 250 Marietta. 1000 1201 1212 t 52 Cay Wood. A 31 644 am 1218 r>58 Stanley. 925 638 1233 711 Whipple. Sly 623 1243 735 Warner. 900 613 1257 710 Elba. 846 559 104 747 Macksburg. 839 552 111 764 Dexter City. 832 54.5 115 759 South Olive. 8�?~28 540 121 805 Dudley. 822 533 131 815 Caldwell. 815 526 140 1 825 Bee Valley. 802 010 119 834 Ava. 752 506 155 840 Glen Wood. 740 500 2 1 846 it pleasant. 740 454 213 j 858 Byersville. 726 441 212 1 918 Cambridge. 709 425 �?~238 1 924 Oldham a. 659 415 215 i 931 Millers. 652 408 255 i 941 Kimbolton. 642 358 to 0 946 Guernsey. 6.37 353 307 953 Post boy. 630 346 317 003 no motown. 620 337 327 l�il0 Wolf a. 711 327 339 1 21 Philipsburg. 600 315 3,. T 1029 Blackband. R 5.5 309 350 h035 Turners. 550 303 4 it it 1045 canal Dover. 519 253 422 111 7 Arva june. 230 10 55 pm a 30pm Toledo. 745 pm 945 11210 Canton. 128 101.5 i 110 Akron. 1230225 Cleveland. 1115 i 108 . 540 the Steamer Handy boy was carelessly managed running into the drawbridge at East Saginaw april 13th, knocking the top of the Steamer off and carrying Many of the Crew into the water. A number were drowned. The officers of the boat were arrested. Through coaches on trains nos. 2 and 3. Be tween Marie to Canton Akron Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Mari Etta with c w amp b a c a a and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with b pc 0, East and West at Newcomerstown with p. C amp St l cast and West at Dover with claw and c and 1\ North and East at Valley Junction with w a l e and Valier by a. W k Richards Gene a pass age to a. T. Wikoff Gen manager. Cadiz township Harrison co., voted on the Pike question last week. It carried by a Large majority. The roads of the entire township will be Cadiz has three Pike roads leading to other Points which prove very beneficial both to Farmers and business men. Quot Congress is to be asked to consider a Bill which designs to protect the forests of this country upon All Public reservations and especially upon those which he upon Mountain slopes and near water Sheds. The Bill provides for military supervision of the forests and for the appointment of a commission of three the duties of this commission being to Institute All measures possible for the Protection of the Timber. This movement has repeatedly been commended and urged As a necessity but like All other such propositions it seems doubtful if Success could follow unless the government enact stringent forestry Laws and punishes those who violate As they do others who disregard Revenue or postal acts. There should he some restriction upon the practice of destroying forests but we believe that forestry will not score victories Over vandalism until it is shown that the government is in Earnest and determined to protect Timber land As is done in other dispatch. The Best Protection Congress can give the forests of the country Anel especially the West where the Timber is most needed for building and w Here the forests should not be disturbed on account of preserving the moisture and water for irrigation is to take the Tariff off of lumber and let the people have cheaper lumber. This will be the Best step toward presen ing the forests of the United states. Only a few years ago in this county the Brooks were flush with pure Clear water the year round and Beautiful Springs were common by the Wayside when Timber was plenty. Now the Brooks Are nearly dry in summer and Matiy of the Springs have dried up. All this caused by the Scarcity of Forest. The Western country will fare much worse from the loss of Timber. It is True stringent Laws should he passed to protect the government land and the Laws should be strictly enforced but give us free lumber and let the British possessions in the North share the spoliation to the Benefit of All the the people of the United states by Way of cheap lumber As Well As the necessary Protection of our forests which is necessary for moisture to preserve the Brooks Springs amp a. The weeks doings. The times Only one Dollar a year. The Quot Gilsey will be re sold april 19. The weeks doings. The Quot cops did a Good urday night. Business sat our corporation election is Over now and everyone should go to work for the general Good of the town. Politics should not interfere with business. Let the $40,000 be spent for some Good manufacturing Industry and the town will then move Forward with redoubled enery. A party from Solon Ohio has been to this City to buy the $40,000 we Hope no one will throw an obstacle in the Way and the Bonds will sell at a Good Premium. Every Good citizen should concur in making the Bonds first class and this is done by urging no objection to the issuing of them. It has stimulated business already. Valley railway. In effect december 2, 1888. Going South. Stations. Going North. No. 3. No. 7. No. 4. No. 6. 11 15am 4 15pm la Cleveland a 9 24am 2 30pm 1202pm 5 08 Peninsula. 9 03 1 42 12 30 5 37 Akron. 8 55 1 15 1 28 6 33 Canton. 7 55 12 15 2 15 7 25 1 a Val a Jet la 7 05 1130am business directory. Prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office n the Mclane Block new Philadelphia Ohio. P r. M s. Vail dentist. Centre Block new Philadelphia Ohio Over citizens National Bank. Office 44yl John w. Nixon. M. D., physician and surgeon. Office on South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by or. Tinker. 51yl John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public. New Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House on North Broadway. 47yl j h. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House. North Broadway. 47yl Tel Moore singularly enough senator Allison who offered in the United states Senate a Bill to defeat the Mills Bill pegging the custom duties Way up is now expected to introduce another Bill in the Senate to kill the Mckinley Bill letting the duties drop Low. Ids change of Fronton the Tariff is due to the fact that he has been before the legislature of his state for re election and has Learned a thing or two about the Strong feeling of Iowa Farmers on Tariff taxation. His return to the Senate was secured through pledges of Tariff Plain dealer. The country roads of Pennsylvania Are m such a deplorable plight that a newspaper has organized an expedition to explore them and report their condition. How this will mend the ways of the Keystone state does not yet appear but incidentally the Farmers Are to be interviewed after the manner of the pumping of Public men and some valuable information ought to be extracted from them. For instance it might be Learned Why so Many of the farms of that highly protected Commonwealth have been sold under the Hammer and How much it profits the Farmer to pay Tariff taxes on everything he consumes. A Plain dealer. We see by the Snohomish Eye of the state of Washington that a town has been Laid out on the lands of or. Frank Sparling son in Law of or. Isaac 11el-Mick, of this place. Our readers will remember the Romance of the courtship and marriage of miss Helmick and or. Sparling of a year ago which was published in the times. The Young lady met her espoused on the Pacific slope according to previous arrangements and were duly married. They set up housekeeping on their Ranche and have been engaged in the peaceful enjoyment of farm life Little dreaming that a portion of their farm was soon to become a town. About three months ago a or. Wait bought thirteen acres at $100 per acre Laid it out in lots and started a town called Wallace. They have a Post office hotel livery stable stores and Many dwellings in course of construction. The location is such As to warrant a Good town in a Short time. The following is the language of the Eye As to the Outlook Quot the fact that Wallace is a Days travel with teams from Snohomish and is the present terminus of the Wagon Road to the Silver Creek mines and on the proposed route of the great Northern Railroad taken in connection with the natural advantages already mentioned insures the building up of a thriving Young City at Wallace. . Wait is to be congratulated upon his Good Fortune in securing the Tow site As several attempts to Purchase it from the original owners of. Sparling had been previously made by parties in Snohomish and we congratulate miss ill Mick on her successful venture. She is a worthy Young lady and we wish them All the promised Prosperity of the new country. The poles for Street railway will soon All be in position. The trades carnival will be held at City opera House Ehrichs Viii april 18th and 19th. Rev. W. Sprinkle will preach in the u. B. Church Friday night april 18th. All Are invited. The cheapest place in the county for Patent medicines is at Wells new drug store in Hummel Block. J. H. Dodd will preach at the disciple Church next sunday. A cordial invitation is extended to All to attend. One of the most pleasant events of the season was the Quot team Given by mrs. George Lahmer last saturday evening. The y. M. C. A. Anniversary address was not delivered last sunday As anticipated but will surely be next sunday. If you want close prices on Wall paper for the next two weeks Call and see the Mammoth Stock and Low prices at Wells drug store. Wanted some one to rent my weaving shop. Plenty of work in promised. Call soon. Mary Ellis West front Street. 16w2 William Eberhart is lying very near deaths door of consumption. He is expected to die at any time. Will has Many friends who will be sorry to lose him. The whist club no. 1, was entertained last Friday evening by miss Kate Patrick. An enjoyable time was had. This is the last meeting of this club for this season. For Sale or trade�?160 acres of Good land in Holt county Nebraska. Would Trade for property in or near new Philadelphia. Title perfect. Call on the editor of the times. the Marion Ohio presbytery has declared in favor of revision of the confession of Faith. Preaching at the Baptist Church next Sabbath morning and evening by the pastor. All Are cordially invited. Isaac n. Keepers of Scio son of w. N. Keepers of Ehrichs Viii died last week of la Grippe and pneumonia. Court convened on tuesday with judge Pearce on the Bench. There Are 227 civil cases for the Legal Miu. The Best place to get fruit and ornamental Trees grape vines greenhouse plants Etc., is at the Nursery of Daniel Wyss. New Philadelphia Ohio. 14w3 a Philip Gintz breeder of thoroughbred Wyandotte chickens. Eggs for Sale at 50 cents per 13. Address Tuscarawas p. O., Tuscarawas county 6w8 Dennison people Are shipping ice from grand rapids Michigan. It is an ill wind that blows nobody Good. Michigan is the Winner this time in having the cold Staple ice. Personal mention. From Newcomerstown. Benj. Schweitzer was Home sunday. Mrs. Casper Singhaus is very ill with la Grippe. F. E. Brown of Canton was in town Over sunday. Harry Cruse of Canton is visiting his friends in this cite. F. W. Randal of Iti Richville was in town tuesday on business. Charlie nagely made a business trip to Cleveland last monday. James f. Kaldenbaugh went to Salt Lake City Utah last week. . Rinaldo Sellers of Alliance was in town tuesday on business. De. Browne went to Cleveland Day on business for City Bank. Mon Earnest Teichman of Cleveland is visiting his parents and friends Here. . Vic. Donahey who was confined to the House with measles for several Days is about again. Attorney at Law new Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second floor. J. A. Buchanan. P. 0. Webster. Attorneys at Law new Philadelphia Quot Ohio. Special attention Given to convey nein the settlement of estates. Foiw in n Block on pubic Square. And office in Chapin Loyl administrators notice. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned has inn la appointed and qualified As admin istra Toro the estate of Michael Hammel late of Tuscarawas county Ohio deceased. All persons interested will please take notice and govern themselves Accord ugly Low. Frederick Glauser a. April 9,1890. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises Jores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat Saf action or Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by f. C Miller son. 6y2 children cry for pitchers Castoria. When baby was flick we gave her Castoria. When she was a child she cried for Castoria when she became mias she Clung to Castoria when she had children she gave them Castoria. For Sale or Trade. The National Democrat says Quot Evi Dence accumulates every Day that the Republican Tariff Bill is the Best democratic vote maker that the country has seen in a Quarter of a Century. The protests from new England grow More vociferous and dire from Day to Day and Massachusetts will go democratic next autumn if the Hijii Tari Fites do not soon take the Back track. No one is More badly scared than Henry Cabot Lodge the member from the Lynn District where the shoe interest has its Headquarters. It ought to be easy for the democrats to elect his successor in View of the proposed Tariff on As to whether any Tariff Bill at All will pass no one can form a very certain opinion. But if the republicans do not pass some Bill they May As Well Quot shut up _ the action of the Cleveland presbytery in voting for a revision of the presbyterian confession of Faith suggests inquiry As to the action of other presbyteries and the probability of the movement for revision being successful. There Are 211 presbyteries in the presbyterian Church including those in the Mission Field abroad. All the Presby i teries Are entitled to vote on the question and a vote of two thirds of the whole is required to make revision constitutional. Any presbytery can decline to vote and in such cases their neglect to act counts against revision the same As if they had voted negatively. Two of the missionary presbyteries that of Urania Turkey and that of Zacatecas Mexico Are reported As declining to vote and Albany which wants an entirely new Creed wishes not to be counted on either Side. Excluding those three and including Cleveland the number of presbyteries that have voted for or against is 72. these 25 voted against revision and 47 for it. As the Case now stands seventy five presbyter is have been accounted for leaving 136 to he heard from. the number heard from not quite two thirds Are in favor of revision. If the same proportion is maintained in the a Young boy in this town by the name of Schoenbrun has not been to school since easter. Truant officer Schott investigated and found the Little fellow sick from too much easter. He ate 24 hard boiled eggs that Day. . John Myers will commence the construction of his new Block on Broadway soon. He will occupy one room for the Sale of agricultural implements and the other will be for rent for merchandise purposes. The upper rooms will be for offices amp a. The m. E. Church at East Liverpool was struck by lightning last week and seriously damaged. The Tower was knocked to pieces. The lightning struck the Large Flag staff in the Tower and drove it through to the ground in the basement. The damage is estimated at $1,000. We Are sorry to chronicle the death of or. William simmers of Canton who died saturday evening last of typhoid fever. He was the eldest son of or. Isaac simmers and had Many friends in this City who will be grieved to learn of his sudden demise. His remains were Laid to rest in the Beautiful Sharon cemetery tuesday. The family have the sympathy of the entire Community. All lovers of the Beautiful could not help admiring the bed of hyacinths and tulips in w. C. Browne a Flower Garden last sunday. They were All in full Bloom and too pretty to pull but some Rascal who had no respect for himself nor for the pleasures of others was mean enough to destroy the entire bed sometime during sunday night. A few Days in the county Bastile would no doubt do him a Little Good or a coat of tar would be very becoming. The trustees of the township consummated the Sale and Trade of tiie township lot with or. Schoch this week. The trustees retain 64 feet of the Roar of the lot and get 64 feet of the rear end of the Schoch lot fronting towards the court House and or. Schoch gets the front of the township lot and pays $2,000 Cash to Boot. The trustees will erect a township building this summer on the new location. . Schoch will put up a temporary building on the old township lot until he is Able to build a Fine Block covering the whole Corner. Frank Knisely has broken ground in his Beautiful lot on North Broadway preparatory to the erection of a new House thereon. We understand Frank is soon to join the matrimonial Circle. News has been received at san Francisco by steamship Mariposa from Australia of the wreck of the Steamer Quetta off thu Dah Island april 1st. One Hundred and thirteen lives lost. The mud has been so deep and Tough on some of the streets of Ehrichs Viii this week that when the wagons stuck fast they had to pull them out with Block and tackle. This is a paragraph. For Good building lots Well located in the City of Wichita is. Would Trade for town property in new Philadelphia or canal Dover or for land in Tuscarawas county. A bargain for any one wanting to go West. For particulars inquire of Samuel Moore agent. col. Stanton commander of the recent exploring expedition in the grand Canon of the Colorado River has made Public some interesting precious Mineral discoveries which his party made in the far famed Canon. . Stanton has a Fine selection of specimens consisting of All the Well known precious metals As Well As Coal Marble Etc. The plans of Kramer a Zoll of Findlay Ohio were selected by the school Board for the two new school buildings a one of six rooms to be erected at the Western end of the town the other a four room building for the Eastern end of the town. Estimated Cost of the two buildings $17,500. Contracts for building have not been let yet. The Board will proceed to advertise for bids at once. They will be very handsome buildings and a credit to the town. The East Liverpool Gazette of the nth inst., contained the following Quot Morley Williams assistant City Engineer. Was very seriously burned this morning at 4 of clock by the explosion of natural Gas. Lie was examining a manhole in the sewer at the Corner of Walnut and Forest streets which was filled with Gas and was ignited from his lantern. He was terribly burned about the head and the Young Man referred to is a son of Rev. John Williams of this City and at the present time is getting along very nicely. The latter j Art of last week we received a correspondence from Beaver dam and of course too late for publication. We would have put it in this week but for the fact another kind Friend had a similar correspondence in ahead last week. We also received a very Well written obituary notice on the death of or Lytle but we had already published a notice of the death furnished us by some one and therefore believe our readers will not want the second one. We Hope correspondents will be on time with these matters. In this Case the writer was sick which caused the delay. Mrs. John c. Donahey is spending a few week visiting friends in Westchester her former Home. Ida and Harry Wenting of Massillon Are visiting the family of William Bowers this week. John m. Ready Quot stopped Over night with his parents last wednesday. He was on his Way South. Miss Clara Custer of new Philadelphia visited friends in this City on City Independent. Miss Lizzie Torgler this City left last monday for Zanesville to spend the summer months with her sister. Miss Nora Dodd returned Home last week after a pleasant stay of three months in Philadelphia a. Mrs. Fred Horning and mrs. Ralph Horning on the Avenue gave a very delightful Tea party last Friday evening. Miss Maine Sargent daughter of John Sargent of Chicago is visiting at the residence of mrs. Catharine Sargent on North Broadway. J. A. Richards Esq. new Philadelphia stopped off Between trains at this place monday. He was going to Cleveland on Pointer. We Are glad to see that Frank Stow is about again after a very severe attack of the measles. During his illness his place at the court House was very ably filled by Harry Winch. Charlie Teichman who has been out to Seattle wash., for some time past has returned to Cleveland. We learn that while out there he made several profitable real estate speculations. W. Ii. Nusdorfer and wife Nee Cora Kaderly of Cleveland have taken up their abode in canal Dover for the future. . Nusdorfer has accepted a position As travelling Salesman for Deis amp Fertig grocers. Prof. Ray of new Philadelphia was in Dennison last tuesday on business. . Ray is a genial and worthy gentleman and has Many friends in Dennison and Ehrichs Viii who Are always glad to see . A Good 40 acre tract of improved land in Norton county Kansas five Miles from Railroad. Also a 10 acre Timber claim 2� acres planted in Forest Trees. Will Trade for Small farm or Stock or town property. Call at the times office. The Pittsburg Post says Quot the admission of six new states the Gazette figures will add 25 electoral votes to the present number All Republican and a will make a Republican president in 1892 pretty hardly. The electoral vote will Only be increased by 19, making it 420 instead of 401. A majority of the electors will then be 211 instead of 201, but in 1884 Grover Cleveland had 219 electoral votes and if he should carry the same states in 1892 As he did in 1884, he will be elected. Should he be a candidate then judging from the present political Outlook he will do much better. It will be More difficult for the republicans to buy the election in 1892, As they did in 188 j and 1888. The Gazette in announcing the democratic wave of tuesday in the Western local elections says a great falling off in Republican votes and consequent democratic this truthfully and logically states the Drift. Lumping the new states As against us democratic prospects Are brighter now than when Cleveland was elected in 1884.�?� Defeated but it is noticeable that the More recent returns received have been heavily in favor of revision and the friends of the new departure Are therefore greatly dealer. The sad intelligence was received Here last saturday of the death of or. Richard Janes of consumption at Savan remaining votes the movement will be Butah a. . Janes had been an inva representative Samuel j. Randall is sinking rapidly and will nevermore Lead his party in the Pilalis of Congress. Death is expected at any moment. . Randall is a Brilliant Man but Clung to the Protection idea to the last efforts on his part in the House. Later. Samuel j. Randall died at his family residence in Washington sunday morning last. His disease was that of Haemorrhage of the bowels in the first place which brought on other complications. Lid for several years and during that time had travelled Over the entire Union in quest of health. We learn that he was on his Way Home but had Only gotten As far As Savannah when he was overtaken by that grim monster death. . And mrs. C. C. Forney started saturday evening for Savannah and will bring his remains Home for burial. The Many friends of the family sympathize with them in their bereavement. Monday evening the foundry of Geo. W. Hopkins amp co., of canal Dover caught fire and burned to the ground. This building is situated near the c. Amp m. Depot and was occupied As a foundry and for manufacturing Hay Forks and other haying tools. There we Ere several thousand dollars Worth of patterns tools manufactured goods and material consumed in the flames. The j fire company had an Accident with their Hose it bursting near the nozzle when the water was turned on which prevented the use of the engine for ten or fifteen minutes and the building being Frame was almost consumed before water was turned on. We understand there was some insurance but the loss is heavy in addition to the amount that will be paid in insurance. Nature in convulsion John w. Burry came Down from Cleveland last week for a Short visit and also to witness the starting of the new rolling Mill at Cambridge. His son Perry who has been visiting for several weeks accompanied Home. _ drunkenness liquor habit. Here him editor times we have Learned that a report is being circulated Over the county that or. Samuel Douglass of our town made an open fight against or. W. R. Crater for mayor at the recent election. As or. Douglass is a candidate for county recorder at the coming county convention we feel it a duty to Brand the report As a malicious falsehood. . Douglass has always been an Earnest untiring worker for the whole democratic ticket and has never asked his township or corporation for any office and now that lie is before tic people of the county asking for a nomination which he so justly deserves we can but conclude that the report emanated from a Republican or mugwump for the purpose of doing or. Douglass ail injury. As this is Only written to place or. Douglass in the proper Light before your readers by one who knows his democracy and of his services rendered to the party we will not use More of your space at this time but will say that if or. Douglass should be our candidate for recorder the democracy will not regret their Choice. Yours in haste Democrat. Once More we will Endeavor to give you the news from Here. The election passed off very quiet Here. The democrats in the township elected trustee and assessor the republicans elected clerk and Justice of the peace. In the corporation the democrats elected All the ticket except one councilman. We noticed the smiling countenance of the sheriff in town one Day last week. The candidates for the different county offices will soon begin to fix their fences. We have two for recorder in our township and i think that Oxford is entitled to something by this time but we Are democrats and willing for the majority to Rule. I think or. Editor that we should not hold our conventions so Early for it makes a Long Campaign. I would suggest that it be held about the 1st of september. I also think that the secret ballot would be a Good improvement it will give the delegates a fair show. Miss Maud Mulvane a teacher in the port Washington schools spent sunday in town with her parents. Miss Emma Keist entertained a number of her Young friends saturday evening. Messes. Crawford and Davis two boys about ten years of age jumped a freight train and went to Dennison saturday and their lathers went after them. I guess the boys will not try it any More. Our for end mayor Crater has had his photograph taken. For further particulars see Plain dealer of last Friday. The weather is very Fine now and the Farmers Are Busy. I. A. W. Steal estate transfers. Compiled in the office of the recorder of deeds the state of Trade. From Watson Creek. In All the world there is but one cure or. Haines Golden Speed Jim. It can be Given in a cup of Tea of Coffee without the knowledge of the person taking it effecting a speedy and permanent cure whether the patient is a moderate Drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of drunkards have been cured who have taken the Golden specific in their Coffee without their knowledge and to Day believe they quit drinking of their own free will. No harmful effects results from its administration. Cures guaranteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Address in Confidence Golden specific co., 185 race Street Cincinnati 40yl our Sabbath school was organized last Sabbath with officers As follows or. Stansbury superintendent. T. B. Rankin assistant. Maggie Linard Secretary. Addie Barnes assistant. J. Hines treasurer. I. L. Lines librarian. There will be an entertainment once a month. All Are invited. Morgan Ripley and John Shaw Are ahead in the log business having about fifteen Hundred in one Yard and Are not through bawling yet. . Fowler says he will make them Hustle when he gets to sawing. . And mrs. G. W. Crim have been attending court at Cadiz. George Freeland has moved on his farm. We add one More to the sick list mrs. Ilioram Linard. We noticed an article in last weeks times from g. W. Llester refuting our statement in the items of april 3d. We do not wish to argue but he has done our Community a Gross injustice in his statement. I. C. It. From port Washington. The crop report places the Prospect for wheat at 81 per cent. This is far below what was expected. The frosts of last month did great damage and unless the Spring is very favourable the wheat crop will not come up to 81 per cent. The report had quite an upward tendency on the wheat Market. Chicago quotations on saturday showed an Advance of three to four cents. Corn strengthened a Little on account of the upward tendency of wheat. From a letter received by a Friend in this City from or. Overton l. Dodd of Pueblo col., we Are led to infer that Pueblo is not the most desirable place in the world to live in and that our Young Friend is not very favourably impressed with it. The population is composed of people of All nations whom he pleases to Call the Quot off scouring of the according to his statement Rowdy ism and Quot thugs run riot it being unsafe for a person to venture out at night alone for fear of being knocked Down the first step. Is terrific. Volcanic eruptions cyclones earthquakes Are awfully and tremendously picturesque but scarcely desirable to emulate in action and effect by the administration of remedies which produce convulsion and agony in the abnormal portion of the human Frame. Such is the effect of the old fashioned violent purgative happily falling More into disuse and of which Hostetter a stomach bitters is the wholesome pleasant and far More effective succed Ane us. They weakened the intestines the ritters invigorates them. They left the bowels inactive because incapacitated by ensuing feebleness. The bitters in the contrary and because it enables not forces them to act a vast by some foot pad which he says of j and fortunate difference perpetuates perhaps you Are run Down can to eat can to think can to do anything to your satisfaction and you wonder what ails you. You should heed the warning you Are taking the first step into nervous prostration. You need a nerve tonic and in electric bitters you will find the exact remedy for restoring your nervous system to its Normal healthy condition. Surprising results follow the use of this great nerve tonic and alterative. Your appetite returns Good digestion is restored and the liver and kidneys resume healthy action. Try a bottle. Price 50c., at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. Miss Susie Oaklief of Dennison spent last Sabbath with her parents in this place. Mrs. Israel Reed and daughter of Ehrichs Viii have been spending a few Days visiting old friends and relatives about town. Phil. Oaklief was in Newcomerstown on a business trip last week. . Obeal Bias been sick a part of the past Winter was in town saturday. Miss Minnie Lang leaves for Cincinnati the latter part of the week where she will visit relatives. The twentieth wedding anniversary of John Kinsey and wife was celebrated at their Home on wednesday evening of last week a great Many friends being present. . Marshal of St. Louis while on a business trip to Pittsburgh stopped to see his Many friends in this place. . Geo. Oaklief of Liberty n. Y., is Home on a visit. W. M Ginty. George g Meese to Catharine e Duncan h acre Goshen $100. H d Trover to j t of Donnell 1 acre Goshen $450. J t Odonneil to Dorathy Bunch 1 acre $600. Henry Wiand to b w Henderson out lot 29, Gnadenhutten $450. J ii Clark to t a Latto part of lot 128, Ehrichs Viii $500. Geo Grace to o w English 193 acres Union $6,000. a English to we Hamilton 104 acres Union $3,000. It Johnson to Nancy Johnson 82 acts Oxford $1,000. G f Schauwecker to j c Grilc lots 5,8, 59 and go Lowville $3,000. Mary a Hays to m Steinfeld part of lot 102, Ehrichs Viii $630. W m Sweaney to w m Tracy 123 acres Sandy 8,500. The Brock Hill Coal co to g ii Beans lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9. Brock Hill $100. Nathan Meeks to j m Hammell lot 88, Newcomerstown $800. Eliza j Sisson to b f unsold lot 28, Bolivar $400. F d Kinsey to g f Veigel \ acre and lot 16, Warwick $1,150. Geo Shipton sex. To Ervin and Lettie m Shamel s4a acres Mill $3,467. M Krop to Franz Beutner lot 2, Dover $675. Maggie v Henderson it Al to Chas e Mitchner 152 acres Goshen $7,142.90. R r Mcconaghey to Chas e Mitchner acres Goshen $1,428. J f Leggett to Geo Grace 6u acres Union $2,000. We l Lewis to Mary m Nelsch lot 60, Bolivar $550. Alice m and we Clark to c r Crawford lot 10, new Philadelphia $175. John Shipbaugh to Mary Boone lot 23, Dundee $325. S c Auld to Alex Davidson lot 3, Ehrichs Viii $500. Peter Helmrich to Samuel Stetler it. Lot 330, Dover $2,950. J m Gartrell to r ii Wainwright it Al 80 acres Union $4,000. Alfred Davis to Mary e Lautenschlager lot 133, Mineral Point $126. Adolph Lemly to John Lederach lot 9, Ragersville $515. We Rearick to Frances m Rearick it Al lot 35, Strasburg $415. E p Lenhart to Mary Sellers \ acre new Philadelphia $1,600. W ii Yant it Al to Chas e Mitchner 152 acres Goshen $1,428. Phebe and James w Bash to Peter Saam lot 6, Strassburg $500. Elias Gatchell to Fillmore Crabtree it Al 14 acres Mill $800. Daniel w Huffman to Alvin Waltz 143 81-100 acres Warren $9,360. Henry Greb to George g Rapp 1-10th interest in planning Mill Dover $3,000. R f Nichols to James Mcfarlane \ of lot 8, new Philadelphia $1,850. Sheriff Goudy to Michael Kropp lot 22, Dover $740. John n Lemasters to Luke Quinn 50 acres Union $2,500. James Mcfarlane it Al to Charles e Mitchner \ lot 157, new Phil $3,800. Sheriff Goeler to w c Browne lots 353, 354, 355 and 356, new Philadelphia $4,930. Mary Breitenstein to Elizabeth Ress 1 acre Dover $725. Philip Mohr to Mary c Helman part of lot 200, Dover $950. M c Mccullough to Buckley e Dilley 23-100 acres Dover $400. We Lenhart to Peter Eichel lot 364, new Philadelphia $2,100. Fred Torgler to Godfreid Kitchen Mann 1 acre Jefferson $1,600. Geo Fisher to Louis spie3 it Al 104 acres York $4,200. Fred Wenz to Philip f duper i of 167 acres Dover $8,000. Jacob w Stoody to Fred Dubach it lot 33, new Philadelphia $850. We c Case to Alex Shultz 9 81-100 acres Oxford $600. G e Campbell to j h Dodd 2 acres Goshen $550. Peter Eichel to Samuel Schlup part lots 201 and 202, new philadel., $5,000 Philip Heid to we Fritz 8-100 acres $40. J i Burger to n j Troyer lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8, Lowville $200. Geo Beck to Clyde s White part lot 257, Ehrichs Viii $1,200. Jerry Rusk to a b Johnson lot Quot Ehrichs Viii $150. Samuel Fertig to John Glauser and John Kempf lots 18 and 19, new Philadelphia $1,000. The Zoar society to Philip Frey lot 12, Valley City $540. B b Hostetler to n b Hostetler 21 63-100 acres sugar Creek $1,290. But Are read Visi Neav York april 14. Special telegrams to Bradstreet s show that owing to More prevalent Spring weather and improvement in the condition of country roads there has been a noticeable gain in the demand from Interior merchants. This influence has been the More conspicuous at Boston Chicago Memphis St. Paul Omaha Kansas City St. Louis new Orleans and to some extent at Pittsburgh. Fears of further damage from overflows along the Mississippi Are subsiding. Mercantile collect a on generally Are unsatisfactory though signs of improvement Are noted. Cattle Are firm at Omaha Dull at Kansas City where hogs lower. Raw sugar is up 1 32c, and fined is about steady. Coffee has Vance slightly on a reduced total ble Supply. Hog products Are fairly Active with fractional advances but butter and eggs have declined sharply. Earnings of 129 Railroad companies for March aggregate $31,004,479, a gain Over March last year of 8.7 per cent. This is smaller than any monthly increase since last summer. Reduced Overland Cotton movement and floods at the South have reduced earnings of roads in the Mississippi Valley. The heavy movement of crops West and Northwest does not quite offset the effect of rate cutting in that Section. Earnings of 127 companies for the first Quarter of the year aggregate $90,359,-890, a gain Over last year of 10.8 per cent. Exports of wheat and flour As wheat last week have equated 2,083,719 bushels against 1,226,073 bushels in the like week of 1889, and 1,521,896 bushels week before last. The total shipped july 1, 1889, to Date is 83,299,394 bushels against 70,266,193 bushels in a like share of 1888-89. California exports continue Small but last week 90,000 bushels were cleared from san Francisco for Rio Janerio a new demand on Pacific coast supplies. Wheat has shown marked firmness on unfavourable weather conditions and reports of falling off in condition of the Winter sown crop and prices have advanced 3@3�c. Indian Corn wit ii decreased Interior movement is 01c. Higher and Oats sympathized to the extent of per Bushel. Available shocks of wheat East of the Rocky mountains show an average rate of decrease during March but stocks afloat for Europe increased about 5,090,000 bushels during that month thus Leav european afloat and United states stocks april 1, Only 5,000,000 bushels smaller than on March i whereas the it crease had averaged 10,000,000 monthly during the first two months of the year. An unusual amount of negotiation was in Progress during the last week in reference to Iron and steel products for immediate As Well As Remote deliveries but this has not yet arrested the downward tendency in prices. Actual transactions have been of limited proportions. The total weekly output of pig Iron during March has been reduced about 4,000 or 5,000 tons. This is taken As an encouraging element in the situation. Eastern dry goods commission men report a slightly better re order demand from Western jobbers. There is a considerable distribution of Spring dress goods Ali rough Price concessions. Prices in the regular Way Are firm except As to bleached Cotton which favors buyers and print cloths Ere l-16 pc. Higher. Woolen goods Are Dull and further restriction of menus Wear production is discussed. Raw Wool is generally Dull and unchanged except at Boston where there is an improved demand from manufacturers. Raw Cotton is 1-Loc. Higher. Business failures reported to Bradstreet s numbered 157 in the United states last week against 152 week before last and 186 the same week last year. Canada had 38 last week against 25 week before last. The total number of failures in the United states since january 1 is 3,665 against 3,873 in 1889. A new discovery. You have heard your friends and neighbors talking about it. You May yourself be one of the Many who know from personal experience just How Good a thing it is. If you have Ever tried it you Are one of its staunch friends because the wonderful thing about it is that when once Given a trial or. Kings discovery Ever after holds a place in the House. If you have never used it and should be afflicted with a cough cold or any Throat lung or Chest trouble secure a bottle at once and give it fair trial. It is guaranteed every time it a Money refunded. Trial bottles free t f. C. Miller a songs drug store. Knig lits of pythias biennial conclave at Milwaukee wis., july 1 six. Hold it to the Light. The Man who tells you confidentially just what will cure your cold is prescribing Kempis Balsam this year. In the preparation of this remarkable Medicine for coughs and colds no expense is spared to Combine Only the Best and purest ingredients. Hold a bottle of Kempis Balsam to the Light and look through it notice the Bright Clear look then compare with other Price 50c. And 81. Sample bottles free. Curs every night. He Speaks very High. A of the gentlemen for whom he is i working and of their store but does no to i like that part of the West. Better come j Home Overton. Their activity and regularity. The liver i is beneficially stimulated As the kidneys also Are by this Medicine which easily conquers also malaria nervousness and rheumatism. 40-16w4 marriage licenses granted. For this great occasion excursion tickets will be sold from All principal Points in the United states and Canada to Milwaukee and return via the Chica go Milwaukee and St. Paul railway at half rates. As its name indicates the Chicago Milwaukee a St. Paul railway is the direct route to Milwaukee and As the Camp ground for the uniformed knights to which Point cars and trains will be run through without Transfer is located directly on this line it will be seen that the Chicago Milwaukee a 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. Bass. Agent Milwaukee wis. National educational association. The National educational association and Council of education have decided to hold their next annual convention at St. Paul minn., Jubah to 11th, 1890. The committee on transportation for the state of Ohio has selected the great Chicago Milwaukee a St. Baul railway As the Quot official line from Chicago to St. Paul and return. Halt rates will be made to All teachers and their friends. For All full and detailed information communicate with supt. C. C. Davidson state manager Alliance Ohio. Ilw6 for Sale or Trade. C. Ii. Rodney and Jessie May Stewart. David w. Lochner and Martha Paul. Godfrey Schneiter and Emma Frey. We. Phillips and Alice r. Adamson. Send in your orders for Job work to the times office. We can do it quickly neatly and at reasonable prices. A Good dwelling and store room combined and a Stock of general merchandise that would invoice at about $1,000 situated at a Good Point in a Small Vil Lage on the c. Amp p. Railroad. Would Trade Lor dwelling property in new Philadelphia or canal Dover. Reason for Selling the owner wants to educate his children. The stand Lias a Good Trade. Call on s. Moore agent times office. For thoroughbred Jersey Heifer calf. Inquire at Blakes Mill Blakes Mills Ohio. In ii he of walnuts Worth a a now and s i 0, 100 forty it it ars for now. Ten thousand dollars can be found forty years hence in the Bushel of walnuts planted to Day by the posterity of the Man who plants them. This is not in Idle statement As experiments in Nebraska show. Agents Are now buying up every Walnut trunk to be found in the country and Many of them go to Europe. The Man who holds West in land for Advance or indeed any land cannot do better than to take the Spade go out and Bury a lot of walnuts. Borreil to leave Home. Over 50 people were forced to leave their Homes yesterday to Call at their druggists for a free trial package of lanes family Medicine. If your blood is bad your liver and kidneys out of order if you Are constipated and have headache and an unsightly complexion done to fail to Call on any druggist to Day for a free Sample of this grand remedy. The ladies Praise it. Everyone likes it. Large size packages 50 cents. La Al beware of contractors who advise you not to have plans and specifications made for your House. You will always secure a better Job of work from regular plans and thus save much More than the Cost of same and have More artistic Beauty and better proportions for the same Money. You can have such work done by calling on s. Lappin no. 4, East Avenue new Philadelphia Tuscarawas county Ohio. 12w4 a full line of window shades at Wells drug store

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