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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - April 18, 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 heals posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. Space. 1 mo.j3 to. 6mo. 1 yer. One Inch. Tiree inches. S 1 00 $ 2 00 2 09 5 . 3 00 7 50 12 501 1 22 50 40 001 6 5 00 15 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 half column. 5 00i 12 50, one column. 8 001 22 501 business notices ten cents per line. Volume i t new Philadelphia o., thursday april 18, 1889. Number it. Business directory. your local advertising in the times. Circulation 56 quires one half larger than any other democratic paper in the county. Prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office in the Mclane Block new Philadelphia. Ohio. Toxin w. Nix Quot a m. D., physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Tinker. Sly i f. T i Rich ouse painting paper hanging White washing and Ca Cimin ing neatly done and work guaranteed at reasonable prices. Leave orders at Walton a a store new Philadelphia Ohio. March 28. Shh. Limb t c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Office in tie Patrick building. South Broadway. Residence two doors South 0 a 1 depot. 49 John s. Graham attorney 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. 47yl j ii. 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 Gamuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second floor. Joseph Mcrphy�?T3livery amp feed stable Pinill Isburgh. Ohio. First class rigs for All purposes. Office and stable near Railroad depot. Act. 25. 44mb Babcock Hurd. Amp co., wholesale grocers 106 amp 10? water St., Cleveland. P. Ii. Babcock ii. Hurd jr., Charles Babcock. Ii. A. Bishop Mcclelland Hurd wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co., limited new York for the Sale their celebrated Alaroma and Bunola brands roasted Coffee. The Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. 77. T. Min Sis proprietor. Tiie House has been newly furnished through it. Pleasant rooms. Table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good very in connection with the House. 4>yl Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sotes ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat Saf action Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller so son. 6y2 Money to Loam a first mortgage farm Security. At Low rates interest. Loans Only taken r Tiree years More and for sums d upwards. Privilege making partial payments �100 More Loans granted and Extension be Given when interest is kept up promptly. A commission and no charges for recording a a gages. For further particulars and info Ilion address we. Ii. Ross Gene i agent new Philadelphia Ohio. 42ms Tober 11, 1888. Co to Montana via the St. Paul Minneapolis an Manitoba Ray. A magnificent it train see Quot the Montana express a will be inaugurated november 10, 1888. Elegant dining cars drawing room sleepers handsome Day coaches a and free colonist sleepers with Kitchen and lavatory. The Only line to the three great cities Montana treat Falls Luelena amp big Etc / for maps and general information in a quire your own ticket age to. Or f. I. Whitney. Gene i . And Tkv tags to St. Paul Minnesota. 33new Philadelphia times. The wind storm. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday april 18, 1889. Hummel Block second floor Eaxt High St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 Tfir the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.31.00 if not paid within Tiree to s democratic county convention. The democrats Tuscarawas county Are requested to meet at the usual places holding their primary elections in the respective townships and precincts Friday Vitay 24-th, 1889 at from 4 clock to 6 clock Except in the precincts Goshen Mill and Dover townships where the meetings will be held from 4 clock to 7 clock Of said Dayan organize said meetings respectively by selecting a chairman and Secretary who shall act As tellers and proceed to choose by ballot delegates to represent said townships anti election precincts in the democratic county convention to be held in new Philadelphia saturday May 25th, 1889, at 10 clock a. M., to nominate candidates for the following offices and in the following order two representatives. One treasurer. One sheriff. Be commissioner. One infirmary director. Also 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 to delegates in the county convention upon the following basis. One Delegate for every 25 votes and one for every fraction 13 votes cast for the democratic presidential electors in november 1388, which will give each township and precinct the number delegates Here stated Viz Auburn. 8 b ticks. 10 Clay. 6 Dover. .27 Fairfield. 5 Franklin. 6 Goshen precinct 16 a a 2 11. A a 3 .12 43 Jefferson. 9 Lawrence. 8 Mill Dennison.12 Uhrichsville precinct 15 Ltd h 24 a a a a 35 Oxford.10 Perry. 5 Rush. 4 Salem .11 Sandy. 9 s u g a r c r e e a. 11 Union. 1 Warren. 4 Warwick. 6 Washington. 5 Wayne. 9 York. 8 total.220 the chairman and secretaries the primary meetings will see that the names the delegates choose Are properly certified to the convention. By order the democratic Central committee. T. .1. Evans chairman. V. Ream. Asset Sec a. Announcements. 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 Moreheap 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. B. Ryan Warren 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. Sii Eldon Dickinson Oxford twp. Please announce that . Joseph ii. Ebright a wounded Soldier and worthy Democrat Dover township will be a candidate for sheriff Tuscarawas county before the next democratic county convention and oblige Many democrats and comrades. Please announce the name Peter Goeler Sugarcreek township As a candidate for sheriff subject to the decision the democratic county convention. Or. Goeler has always been a faithful Democrat and has stood by the ticket. Many democrats. 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. 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 be said any Medicine. The syrup should he kept in every family where there Are children and grown up people find it a most valuable Medicine for coughs cold liars Ness and Throat and lung diseases. The pills Are such a Standard remedy in some parts the country that a family never thinks being without them. Said an old gentleman in Eastern Maryland a Why i 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 the storm Friday last did greater destruction in Carroll and Harrison counties than in Tuscarawas. The fearful destruction began near Kilgore in Carroll county. The barns . Al Baugh . Groff and . Thompson were first that succumbed to the storm in the Vicinity Kilgore. They were completely destroyed. South Kilgore the Large barn John slates was levelled to the ground. He has been rather unfortunate As he had a barn burned from the same foundation in 1875, and Iii 1881 a storm destroyed one the same spot making three barns he has lost that spot. Fred. Slates in the same neighbourhood lost the top Story his House and his barn 10x70. Edward Burrier lost House barn and contents. Simon burners House was wrecked and mrs. Burrier blown out against the Fence but not seriously Hurt. This Burrier lost his barn and All his Timber. Over thai life Ift Harrison county the storm Cut its Way through Timber Orchards Etc. Destroying that Jerry Winings. Allison Miller lost his barn forty two head sheep and one stallion and his Brick hou�6 had one ? a j 1 end blown in. George Beckley had his House wrecked also All Small buildings and Orchard. All the buildings the farm w. Gault were blown Down one cow killed and one crippled. The latter three farms lie Between Jefferson and Salem the state Road. The House and barn a . Stoll suffered a similar Fate. The next Samuel dingers barn and the House and barn Alex. Shultz was levelled to the ground. The loss to Orchards fences Small buildings and Timber was immense. The injury to Stock and the people that were caught in the storms track was very Light considering the destructive Power the storm otherwise. This storm seemed to be the one started in the Vicinity new Philadelphia and caught in its track the Little town Beidler. In some places in Tuscarawas county Hail fell As Large As a Walnut. Anotle a fatal Ubol Oil a Cikut. In our Issue last week we reported the Accident which befell mrs. Jacob Haney who was burned severely by the use Coal Oil in kindling a fire and this week it is our unpleasant task to chronicle a similar though fatal event occurring in the same family. This time it was the oldest daughter . Haney about 17 18 years age who was the victim. Mrs. Haney being confined to bed from her recent experience in starting a fire with that dangerous fluid the daughter had assumed the household duties and getting up saturday morning she proceeded to kindle a fire in the Kitchen stove and wishing to hurry matters the morning being advanced As her father depended upon his daily physical labor for subsistence she too resorted to Coal Oil As an Aid with fatal effect. There were some hot coals in the stove from the preceding Day which presumably she did not notice and placing kindling top these commenced to pour Coal Oil Over it which almost immediately ignited exploding the can m her hand setting her clothing lire and completely enveloping her in flames ller father who was yet in bed quickly arose and grasping a Coverlet ran to her throwing the spread around her to smother the tire which partially succeeded. The suffering girls piercing cries were heard by the nearest neighbors who ran to the House and rendered All possible assistance. But the fiery Demon had done its deadly work. The poor girl was burned from head to feet in the most horrible manner the flesh becoming detached in different places her body making the sight a pitiable one to those who witnessed it and who were helpless to relieve the terrible suffering the victim. She lived until noon the same Day when death the Panacea for All ills which flesh is heir to relieved he from agony. Her funeral took place sunday M., which was attended by a Large body sympathizing citizens. Quick time West. The weeks doing is. Mrs. James Watkins near this place died thursday morning last heart disease. Gov. Foraker has designated Friday april 26th, As Arbor Day. Everybody who can should observe the Day by planting Trees. Common pleas court is in session judge Pearce presiding. The grand jury was Impan eled and the docket assigned tuesday. The ladies the m. E. Church will hold an easter festival in the basement Ali is thursday evening. Supper from 6 to 10 clock. Thos. B. Raiff tobacco merchant bought two Hundred and fifty dozen eggs saturday last. Its a very cold Day when Tom gets left eggs. A Eoal mine in Illinois caved in As a freight train was passing Over it the 14th completely wrecking he train. The ground Sank 10 feet. The train men were More less Hurt but none killed. The train men jumped for their lives when they Felt the ground sinking and were terribly frightened. The weeks doings. Under the present schedule the Pennsylvania company a line passengers from new Philadelphia to Chicago can make Quick time and close connections. The train the Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad leaving new Philadelphia at 6 25 a. In., connects at affianced with the fast Western express which gives passengers a Day Light ride the entire length the p., f. W. Amp c. Ray and arrives at 9 30 In the magnificent Union passenger station canal St., Chicago through which connection is made with trains for St. Paul Minneapolis Council Bluffs Kansas City and All Points beyond. For full information regarding rates fare further particulars Caff upon address j. F. Milar agent a. Amp R. It., new Philadelphia. 16w3 assault upon a lady. Please announce my name As a candidate for the office county treasurer subject to the decision the democratic county convention. Loris Zell Uku Goshen twp. Please announce my name As a candidate for the office county treasurer subject to he decision the democratic county convention. P. Mgr look Warren twp. Please announce my name As a candidate for the office county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic county convention. Frederick Glauser Goshen twp. Please announce the name Adam Miller a Good staunch Democrat Oxford township As a candidate for county commissioner subject to tie decision the democratic county convention. Oxford democracy. The Many democratic friends John Andres Auburn township desire that his name he announced As a candidate for county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic county convention to he held May 25th. He is an honest upright business Man and a Good Democrat. Many democrats. Please announce the name e. B. Westhafer Rush township As a candidate for county commissioner subject to the decision the coming county convention. He has always been a staunch Democrat and we claim this end the county is entitled to the nomination. Many democrats Rush twp. A Young Man by the name David Linn residing in West Uhrichsville Edgefield got a spree saturday last and made an indecent attack upon a lady As she was passing the depot her Way to the store. The lady picked up a stick and struck him. He thereupon knocked her Down twice. This transpired in Fuff View several persons who ran to her Rescue while the brute ran off. The woman was considerably bruised and suffered considerably from nervous excitement. She is a woman Good character and the insult was wholly unwarranted. Linn was arrested and had a hearing before the mayor who bound him Over to common plea court. The grand jury is in session and the Young Ruffian will doubtless be indicted for assault with intent to rape. The use paper in the manufacture utensils and articles apparel is steadily becoming More general. The belief is expressed that the Day not far Distant when there will be no More dish washing after meals but the paper plates cups saucers Etc., will be cleared off and thrown away with the rest the debris the meal. This will he a Boom for the a a hired girl. Come to the times office for horse Bills. We have draft cuts and roadsters firs class work guaranteed. From canal Dover. Personal mention. The new Philadelphia dramatic club gave an entertainment at Uhrichsville tuesday night and from reliable information they were greeted by a Large audience and rendered their play in such a manner As to win the approbation their auditors. The citizens Uhrichsville and Dennison patronize histrionic companies largely and appreciate a Good thing when they hear it. Ii is Honor mayor Korns is now a full fledged postmaster having received his commission last week. E. P. grief the retiring M., will assist during the present month. Miss Annie Amos daughter mrs. We. Wadding ton this City and who has been clerk in the Post office at Leesville the past two years was tendered the position a assistant clerk which she accepted and reported for duty monday morning. With her experience miss Amos no doubt will make an efficient Aid. The new Philadelphia milling company under the firm name Billett amp Miller is now ready for business. They have remodeler the entire Structure inside and can make As Good roller flour As you can buy anywhere in the state. They can Supply you with bran shorts middling anything in their line Short notice. Give them a Call. You will find them an honorable firm to Deal with. If you do not wish to go to the steam Miff opposite the c. So Depot ask your grocer for roller flour. Try it. Last sunday a gentleman from port Washington was in the chronicle office during the proprietors absence and left him a Silver Dollar. After he went out and before the proprietor came in some other person entered and captured the Dollar. If the thief knew How badly we feel about it he would certainly return the Money for it is Well known that country editors rarely have so much Money so Early in the in chronicle. Never mind Bro. Graham that fellow will become conscience stricken and return tiie Dollar with interest. It is next a the unpardonable sin to steal from a poor editor. It is bad enough for subscribers to dead beat you. An alarm fire was sounded monday Forenoon East High Street near the Square which soon filled that locality with people. The fire broke out the roof the building immediately opposite the times office occupied by Horace Hall jeweler. Before the fire gain de any headway a bucket line was hastily formed in the rear the building and the fire subdued before the arrival the fire laddies who promptly responded to the alarm. If a fire Ever gets a Chance in this business part our City it will be Apt to destroy a great portion the Block As most the buildings Are old wooden structures. A Young lady this City went to the c. L. So w. Depot to meet an expected Friend saturday evening. She is the possessor a valuable Gold watch and Chain which she lost that evening while in route to from the train. On arriving at Home she discovered her loss. Well the Reader can imagine How a woman would perform in a Case this kind. Fortunately Tom. Mccullough found the watch South Broadway and reporting his a a find in different places which soon reached the lady to whom me. Handed Over the watch. She now declares the loss to carelessness her part and a Bank so strongly Toms honesty in recovering her time piece. The new Philadelphia dramatic club under the management ii. Coulter Brinker rendered the Beautiful melodrama a a waiting for the verdict a saturday evening to a Large audience. The play was Well delivered As was evidenced by the frequent applause Given during its rendition. Where All done so Well it would be partial to mention any one the actors. The manager had the Happy faculty selecting the proper persons from the club to represent appropriately the cast characters so that everything moved along approvingly. The great Eastern orchestra made the evening still More enjoyable with excellent music. In Short the whole programme was a Success financially and otherwise. C. B. Harvey the Exchange was the possessor an Ante Bellum relic in the Way a ten Dollar note the state Bank Ohio and had it attached to the Glass the inside his Cigar Case deeming it worthless As far As its denomination was concerned. A guest noticing the Bill asked Harvey what he would take for it to which he replied a one the Transfer was immediately made when c. B. Wanted to know the gentlemen what he wanted it for a was a curiosity for a Cabinet collections a Sec. Of no the purchaser was no relic Hunter he merely wanted it so that when he got to Columbus he could get it cashed for its full face value. The Best people get caught some time but they know a Good Deal More afterwards. The Post office will be opened from 2 to 3 clock On sunday hereafter. The Gilsey House will change hands May 1st, . Minnis retiring and nff1. Geo. W. Stoutt near Strasburg taking charge. A Johnnie get your the ground hog War has commenced. Every township has �100 to be paid out for scalps at 10 cents each. Diseases the digestive blood urinary and cutaneous systems can be cured by . Nixon. Consultation free. Office South Broadway. 17w4 any parties in need help at House cleaning time can have first class labor at fair prices by addressing Box 399, new Philadelphia By a resident the town. Found near Roxford a purse containing a sum Money. The owner can have Gife same by identifying the property and paying for this notice. Call at the times office. The Board education the new Philadelphia schools met monday evening and reorganized by electing w. C. Browne president Harvey Barnhill Secretary f. Douthitt treasurer. Drs. Dole so 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 the misses Alta Goudy and Nellie Rinehart have opened a dress making establishment in the Hummel Block up stairs in the room Over Dodds store. We bespeak for them a Liberal patronage. The people Mineral Point Are Are making extensive preparations to celebrate Washington a Centennial inauguration april 30th. The citizens Mineral and Vicinity Are wide awake and always keep up with the times. The opening the Oklahoma country occurs at High noon next monday. It is said that the scenes the Border that territory at this time almost rival anything Ever seen in California during the Gold craze. Or. Wesley Welty this City has taken unto himself a wife. Lie was married thursday morning last at Tallapoosa Georgia to miss Emma r. Keitt. They will reside in new Philadelphia. The times extends its Best wishes for their future happiness. If you want a suit pants made to order w. C. Sutton amp co. Is the place to go. Their Stock is the largest styles that last fits the Best and prices always the lowest. Caff and see them when in need anything in their line. I7w4 an Exchange records the fact that a Toledo Man bought a Shotgun 50 cents Worth Poison and half a Bushel Corn and spent three Days time trying to rid his place English sparrows. He succeeded in killing two and Twenty others came to take their places. Saturday afternoon was Day at the rolling Mills. Between four and five thousand dollars were paid out to the employees. Also Day at Pike run where a Large amount Money was distributed among the miners. The last dance the new Philadelphia base Ball nine will be Given at Eagle Hall saturday evening this week. Those who Are fond a stripping the Light fantastic toe a will take notice and give the boys a lift towards purchasing an outfit. Last saturday the train going West the Wheeling amp Lake Erie Road struck a team and Wagon driven by Martin Lenhart a Road crossing near Bolivar. Or. Lenhart who was a Well to do Farmer was instantly killed. The horses were not injured. George w. Infant son aged 11 months . And mrs. Frank Skelley the Sherman House died sunday night whooping cough. We tender our sympathy to the Young parents and to the grand parents and mrs. Wallick it who were strongly attached to the Little one. The musical entertainment Given by the Wooster glee club at opera House Friday evening last was a High order and delighted those who were present. The evening was very inclement which kept a great Many away. We Hope this club will visit our City again in the near future. We bespeak for them a Large audience weather permit Ting a carpets carpet carpets Charley Andreas is at Home from Springfield a visit to his parents. A Young child belonging to a family living m the rooms next to Dan Zimmerman Saloon fell into the privy vault thursday last. Dan upset the privy House and rescued the youngster All Safe and sound. The Wooster University glee club gave an entertainment at the town Hall one Day last week. The performance was very creditable and witnessed by a fair House. Lenry kerch from Canton ran Down monday to see his brother John who was Hurt in the Accident the other Day. Henry is in business in the Stark county Metropolis and reports everything in a booming condition. Sunday morning while the workmen at the Furnace were preparing to cast it was found necessary to Drill the plug out the opening from which the Iron escapes. Jack Goetsch was holding the Drill and one the other workmen was striking with a heavy Sledge Hammer which either missed the Mark slipped off the handle and Struch . Goetsch Alid Cheek Bone crushing it and throwing him against he Furnace stack. Or. Drake raised him up Quick a by and he was taken to his Home. Reported not dangerously Hurt. The j. P. B. Base Ball club had a dance at City Hall saturday evening last. Had a Fine time and made some Money which is to be used to buy uniforms for the boys. On tuesday last while working top a building the Wooster Road John kerch the firm kerch so Brucks tin and stove dealers this place had a fall which might have Cost him his life. He was attending to the Derrick which they use to hoist slate to the top buildings by horse Power and just As he was about to grasp a bundle slate that had been drawn up the attachments the Derrick gave Way and fell with the slate rope and tackle to the ground. Or. Kerch was holding to the Derrick lost his balance and fell striking his Back the pavement injuring his spine so As to totally disable him. Kind friends carried him to his Home where he is improving under the care the doctor and Good wife. Last thursday George Walter who carries the tin and stove business at the old hard Knappenberger stand burned his hands very seriously. He had turned the gasoline to show a lady customer How to operate a gasoline stove Sha wished to Purchase and failed to close the valve after he applied the match. The gasoline escaped in such quantities As to cause quite a Blaze and George becoming excited carried the burning stove out the building with the result above stated. Dover township to All appearances will have but one candidate for any office at this coming convention and that is Joseph h. Ebright for sheriff. Or. E. Is at present As he has been for three years More past master Mechanic at the rolling Mill and is in All respects a self made Man. Left an orphan at 8 years age and entered the army at 13. He was wounded in the service and suffered for five years after his return from the wound preventing him from doing More than earn enough food to eat and is now unable to do continued heavy labor he is a Democrat from away Back and is at present a member the Village Council and chairman the Dover to. Democratic club. We bespeak for him a Hearty support and if nominated and elected will make a Good officer. Grafton. From Hagers Lille the undersigned will offer carpets for the next ten Days at greatly reduced prices. Make your selection Early As the Choice patterns Are going rapidly. In connection with this we Caff attention to our curtain department. Lace curtains for 49 cents and upwards Chenille curtains for Arches at ?6 and upwards per pair. All Chenille stand covers for $1. Scrims Pongee draperies China Silks curtain Madras for Sash curtains Etc., at very Low prices. Urfer so Kinsey new Philadelphia The entries in the Tuscarawas Valley trotting horse breeders association closes May 1st. The stake consists a one year old race a two year old race a three year old race. The Toomey guarantee stake for two and three year old sired by . Talmage a 2 4o race a 2 35 combination Pace and Trot and a free for All stallion race. There will also be a free for All running race half mile heats three in five. We think it goes without saying that these stakes will receive the full support they so justly Merit. Entry Blanks Are now ready and will be sent application to Joseph s. Karns Secretary canal Dover Ohio. N. C. Holloway Canton was in town monday mrs. Jos. Mcelroy is visiting her son de. And family in Fremont Court common pleas. C. T. Carnahan Dennison was in a own monday and tuesday. Misses Lyda stiffer and Nena Lytle visited friends in Dover Sabbath. L. Glover Coshocton was the guest e. T. Kennedy last week. Sherman Marks Toledo o., is visiting his Mother mrs. O. Knisely North Broadway. _ mrs. E. H. Burrell port Washington spent the latter part last week at the residence Lewis Jones. Messes. Frank Snyder and Frank Patterson visited friends in newcomers town sunday and monday. Jay t. Sheets new Brighton pa., spent a few Days last week visiting friends in our City. Or. R. W. Beatty the East end Pittsburgh a is visiting his Friend m. V Ream this City mrs. Henry and mrs. . Kalden Baugh started tuesday to visit their sister mrs. Forbes in Texas. Mrs. Samuel Moore and Little daughter Eva Are visiting relatives in Tippecanoe and Deersville in Harrison co. Spring is Here. Farmers Busy. Pleasant weather this. We shall give you the news oftener hereafter. Samuel Walker Cleveland spent Sabbath Here with his Mother. Miss Sarah Luke and sister in Law Farmerstown Sun Dayed Here. A. A. Garver is attending school at Ada Success be with you Friend a. We Are extremely sorry to chronicle the de Atli mrs. George w. Travis which occurred the 8th inst., aged 69 years 4 months and 22 Days. Mrs. T. Had been affected with kidney Trou Hie for some time which finally resulted in her demise. She was born the 16th Day september 1319 baptized in infancy by Rev. Abraham Snyder connected herself with the lutheran Church at the age about 18 years and lived a consistent and exemplary member said Church during her lifetime. Her merits cannot be overstated and demerits she had done. The deceased was married the 8th april 1841, j Beck performing the she leaves one son three daughters ant Twenty grandchildren to mourn her loss. Four grandchildren preceded her to the spirit land. Those left can indulge in the comforting and consoling Hope that she now shines Only the brighter for her Long suffering and that she now participates in the Joys and mingles in the melodies heaven. The remains were interred in the cemetery at this place thursday last. The funeral services were conducted by revs. Sisley and Noll. Asleep in Jesus For me May such a Blissful refuse be securely shall my ashes lie. And wait the summons from High. P. I. O. Neer. Or. John Miller Holgate o., is visiting his brother . Jacob Miller and shaking hands with his Many acquaintances in this locality. Jay Dougherty from away a out West a is visiting his parents . And mrs. G. W. Dougherty. Jay is looking Well and reports himself in. Good shape. Joe Karns Dover gave the times office a pleasant Call saturday. Joe is a Lover Good horses and devotes a Good portion his time in that direction. _ the sheep barn the farm . Kurtz North town was destroyed by fire Friday night last. No loss other than the building. Supposed to be set fire from the carelessness tramps who probably were bivouac ing there for the night. Mrs. J. P. Grim started for her new Home near Lyons Kansas wednesday. Her son Frank preceded her a few weeks ago. J. P. Will follow As soon As his unsettled business will permit. We Hope those a gentle Kansas zephyrs which hang cattle fences make kites out Trees a Riel navigation free and snatches people Bald headed will not deter j. P. From making a Success his new venture. We notice that our Street commissioner Philip Getzman is fitting up our streets in Good shape for the summer Campaign and his clerk is going around handing printed invitations to qualified voters especially the Young voters to appear a Given Date with a a Good a and sufficient take kindly to it boys its pretty Dougli but the a Freedom the ballot must be a band gypsies passed through town monday going East and pitched their tents near Uhrichsville. They were not permitted to Camp at the City Park at this place As was their wont the authorities deeming that in their nomadic life a distance would lend enchantment a Etc. However As an indicator Good weather their coming out their holes beats the ground hog theory. Every lady a Liberal offer. Last Friday a wind storm High velocity passed South this place merely brushing us As it went by and striking the Village Beidler three Miles Southeast Here completely demolishing the dwellings William Lewis and James Jones and wrecking four others. A Young daughter . Lewis was caught in the falling timbers and when released it was found that both her legs were broken and otherwise badly Hurt. Two others whose names we did not learn were severely injured. Our exchanges report considerable damage along the line the storm but no casualties except at Nelsonville where the lightning struck a tree under which a boy was playing killing him instantly. Suffering from those distressing female complaints weakness Etc., so common to her sex should Send her address and receive Fuff particulars a new treatment for such troubles. Sent free. . W. If. Armstrong 3033 Cambridge St., phila., a. 51yl if you Are going West Caff write j. F. Milar ticket agent Penna. By. Co., for lowest rates. Train leaving new Philadelphia o., 6 25 a. M., makes close connection with fast train at Alliance and arrive at Chicago 9 30 same evening. 15w4 for Sale Exchange a business room and Stock general merchandise in a Good business town 600 inhabitants in a Rich Community in Tuscarawas count a. Stock will invoice �3,000. Information can be had at the times office. Of for Sale Arm 207 acres half mile West Aurora Centre two Good houses barns granary living water Etc. Terras easy. C. W. So Mcc. Hurd 102 amp 104 water St., Cleveland 6w3 any person in need a first class typewriter should not fail to write to j. W. Rolli Stone Creek for catalogue and Sample writing the world typewriter. The City Barnesville is in great excitement Over their Gas find. They have a Well that is sufficient to Light the whole town for fuel. It was struck at depth 1600 feet. Visiting is permitted at the county infirmary tuesdays and thursdays Only. All other Days it is positively prohibited. Elijah Landes 17w2 superintendent. 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 w. C. Sutton so Have just received a Fuff line French flannel shirts in All the latest shades and styles. Prices varying from 50 cents to �3.50 a piece. 17w4 proceedings. Plaintiff to plead. Pm Ward ii. Mcgrew is j. Bailey. J. C. Rousch is h. E. Sinnock. Charles Moore is C. Amp St. L. Railway co. The merchants National Bank is n. Montag. Robert Render is m. Skeels. John b. Harding is w. H. Harding. Continued former recognizance. Ohio is George Sanders same same Ghio is Amzi Mcnamee. Cases settled. Philip Shutz Ash. H. Woodard. Cyrus Hummell is David Lenhart. Susan Brainard is Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling railway co. Defendant to plead. Magdalena Anderegg is d. F. Anti Gregg. Edward h Mcgrew is j. Bailey. City Bank new Philadelphia is Joshua a Hensel. John t. Rice is we. A. Gordon. John Booth is Black band Iron co. Philip Smitley is Jacob Smitley. Sarah j. Smitley is Jacob Smitley. Simon j. Beck is William e. Beck. G. Vav. Hilton is Eliza Luth. Catharine Forsythe is Ben. Forsythe s. L. Douglass is Sarah e Douglass. John b. Mathias is John s. Graham. Confirmations. Same a w. Mercer is g. W. Miskimen. Elizabeth Whitmire is v. G. Whitmire. In the matter postmortem examinations. H. J. Kuhn is Christian Schmidt. F. H. Groff trustee is i. Barnhisel. Ann Albert is Elizabeth Albert. Jane Fuller is we Fuller. John f. Ladrach is John Blouse. Ola Flad is George Flad. Jennie Glass is John g Fleck. Magdalena Deich is Chas. P. Deich. Lucinda Maughiman is Isaac Maugh in an. W. Edie is Lillie Demuth. John s. Graham is Eli e. Travis. G. T. Fleming is c. B. Fultz. Trial to court. Lambert Fribley is Ohio Farmers insurance co. Anna Pfeffer is Martha Ganzman. Andrew Zukley is Peter Lantz. L. B. Glass is j. L. Glass. The Board infirmary directors is i. Brown guardian. Nannie Mcmillen is Anna Graham. James Taylor is John Lickey. John f. Walter is we. L. Davis. J. L. Kennedy is c. E. Holden. R. R. Gartrell is John Meyers. Henry l. Render is Mineral Village. Jennie Bailey is r. Myers. Sharp so sons is new Philadelphia pipe works. In the matter allowance to Bailiff. Plaintiff to plead. Ann Wilson is James Burgess. Michael Geyer is c l is w by. Thomas Taylor is we Dinning. Coffins e Miller is Louis l Travis. Chas Moore is p c so St l by co. G w Hilton is p Bosche. Defendants to plead. Terrell Church amp co is j Degreif. Nancy Wallace is Joseph Wallace. James Aiken is Richard Anderson. Jacob ii Reed is Jacob Kinsey. R w deems is William simmers. David Strawn is Jacob Strawn. John Myers is Janie m Smith. Same is Harriet Baker. G Holmes is Broek Hill Coal co c c Keesy is Everett so Thompson. Ruth d Willard is new Philadelphia pipe works. Cases dismissed. Rosa Engler is John j Kigler. E c Lingen is inc Village Dennison. Magdalena Andregg is d f Andregg. Judgments. John Figert is ii b. William e Case is we Shaw. Nancy Wallace is Joseph Wallace. Ola Flad is George Flad. Ohio complaint Elizabeth i Enzer is j w p Isher. Mathias amp Mcfarlane is a Mathias. Same same ii l minor is e e Craig. Chris Deis is s r Thompson. Same is we Dever. A Teiver Corn City is Stoutt a Vinton. J b Mathias is Dan Mathias. Cases continued. Anno Stutz is w w Wallick. City Bank is j f Hensel. Al segment pleading. Susan j Dawson is Woodside Peyton is co. C n fir m a tio n s. Jas Kallenbaugh is e Mitchell. Order. John Sattler jr., is b j Johnson. Mary Beck and Harriet grim is a Patterson. A scrap paper saves her life. It was just an Ordinary scrap wrapping paper but it saved her life. She was in the last stage consumption told by physicians that she was incurable and could live Only a Short time she weighed less than seventy pounds. On a piece wrapping paper she read . Kings new discovery and got a Sample bottle it helped her she bought a Large bottle it helped her More bought another and grew better fast continued its use and is now Strong healthy Rosy plump weighing 140 pounds. For Fuller particulars Send stamp to w. Ii. Cole druggist fort Smith. Trial bottles this wonderful discovery p ree at pm c. Miller so son drug store. Maria Larj c licenses granted. 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 Ghio. Left hand column is publishers Price �1 50 american agriculturist.$1 20 1 00 Cleveland Plain dealer .90 1 00 a a Leader. 90 3 00 a a press daily. 2 00 1 15 Cincinnati enquirer. 1 00 1 00 a a times. 85 1 00 a a come a Gazette 90 1 50 Chicago Ledger lit. 1 25 1 00 Detroit free press. 90 1 00 Dairy world. 80 3 00 fireside companion. 2 25 50 farm journal. 25 3 00 Golden Days. 2 25 1 10 household Brattle Borough. 90 4 00 harpers Magazine. 3 25 4 00 a a weekly. 3 45 4 00 a a Bazar. 3 45 2 00 a a Young people 1 70 3 00 new York ledge. 2 50 3 00 a a weekly. 2 50 1 00 a a world. 90 5 00 puck. 4 00 1 00 Pittsburg Chron. Telegraph. 85 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. For Sale. An 81-acre tract splendid land�?20 acres level Meadow land Rich live Sandy soil and the remainder smooth Rich Ridge land every foot tillable about 10 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 1-2 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 new philada., Reason for Selling party wishes to go to new country. Mme George Washington s inauguration. A 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 be a most picturesque and magnificent carnival. For Complete information regarding rates fare and train accommodations for individuals organized bodies apply to the nearest passenger ticket agent the Pennsylvania lines. 15w4 into rented people. Advertising a Patent Medicine in the Peculiar Way in which the proprietor Kempis Balsam for coughs and colds does it is indeed wonderful. He authorizes All druggists to give those who Caff for it a Sample bottle free that they May try it before purchasing. The Large bottles Are 50 cents and a. We certainly would advise a trial. It May save you from consumption. News about town. It is the current report about town that Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs is making some remarkable cures with people who Are troubled with coughs sore Throat asthma bronchitis and consumption. It is guaranteed to relieve and cure. The Large bottles 50 cents and $1. 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. H. Westhafer Tracy Tuscarawas co., 14tf property for Sale. Two lots 264x66, 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 the following permits to marry were issued the past week Nicholas Weiss and Senora Bowers. Stephen a. I it. Cramblett and Mahala Dorsey. Elmer a. George and Annie Clantz. F. W. Burkel and Elizabeth Stucky. Christian Stouffer and Mary Anna Wenger. . P. Uhrich and May f. Randall. Richard Plunkett and Caroline Blun Ket. Come to the times office to get your election tickets printed. For Sal. A farm Twenty acres situated in Rush township 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 Norman Rupert mud run Valley. 10wl2 for Sale will Trade for a Small piece land property in new Philadelphia a hotel stand in the town in Philipsburg this county. The lot is Large and has Good buildings it also Hall rink the same lot. A Good bar and Pool room m connection with the hotel. Good stable. For information Call at the times office. 46tf. Hook binding. Magazines music periodicals Law and medical books ruling and Blank books made to order at the lowest possible rates. Missing numbers supplied. J. J. Hoppinger is co., Cor. Seneca and Long St Cleveland february 21. 9m3 houses for Salt. A number desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from �-500 to �8000. Enquire at times office. For Tine printing Call at this office

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