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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - April 30, 1891, 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 every description done Short notice. Your favor s0lic1td. New Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. Spack. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. Lye a. One Inch. 81 00 $ 2 00 $3 00 $5 00 three inches. 200 5 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 half column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line volume Philadelphia o., thursday april 30, 1891. Number 18. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh div. Pennsylvania lines. Sched Ile passenger t Rains Central time northward. . Rochester a a East Liverpool. A a Wellsville j ave Wellsville shop. Yellow Creek a a i Hammondsville a a i Ron Summitville a East Rochester. A a Rayard. A a Llo me Worth a la Alliance. Almaville. 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Urfer North third Street Friday evening this week. Luncheon at 0. Ice Cream during the evening. All Are cordially invited. 1057 349 2 25 summitville�?o1112. F2 42 a s a s 1124 4 14 2 57 ? 5 a Iron Dull a a 1141 4 2913 15 ilammondsville44 ill 47 f3 22i yellow took. A a a 55 f3 34 Wellsville Hiiop. A a 1201 445 3 40 Wellsville i a 120f�?T 4 50 3 50 Quot u i la 1222 5 05 3 55 to Liverpool 1232 5 15 4 06 re incr a a 1 14 5 54 4 51 it Etc Iester a a 1 2 t 6 00 5 00 to it no it us har. 2 20 7 00 5 50 i pm i pm i am a 3 5. The weeks doings. A is Ftp nos. 39 and 3s connect at Wellsville for Steubenville and be 11 a ire not. 3h and -13 connect in Union station Pittsburgh for the East de tween Bayard and new Philadelphia. Read Down Rea l up. N 52 54 50 pm am am i m i i m til 5 1050 7 10 la. 9 203 253 55 4 25 10 53 7 25 a a. 9 00 3 15 3 40 4 11 7 55 a a. 8 45 3 95 3 20 443 u 13 8 i5 a a Malvern. A a 8 35 3 0 i 2 45 5 09 u 21 8 55, a a Waynesburg. A a 810 2 51 2 25 507 1130 9 20 a a Magnolia 8 00 2 4s 211 5 27 11 44 9 55 a a Mineral Point a a 7 30 2 31 1 50 5 35 11 50 10 10 a a Zoar. A a 7 15 2 25 1 40 g 03 12 03 10 40 a a canal dover44 6 45 210 1 25 6 15 12 15 1100 a. New 6 25 2u3 1 05 1m noon am am pm pm a a daily. Except sunday. Fla Stop. Meals. Dark farted Type denotes t to from 1.00 p. To 1.00 a. A Light faced from 1.00 a. To 1.00 p. Joseph Wood e. A. Ford general manager general passenger agent u-13-00. Pittsburgh Penn a for time cards rates fare t h rough tickets baggage checks and further information regarding the running trains apply to any agent the Pennsylvania lines. J. F. a a Pim it , Ohio. A democratic legislature has Given us the australian ballot system. There will be Booths prepared where the voter can enter and Mark his ballot in private. All the names Are printed 011 one ticket and the voter designates which one he desires to vote for by a Mark. This does away with a a Bull the Law works Well wherever tried. The salary Bill Lias passed both houses our legislature arid is now a Law. It takes Otto about $500 from some Ollices in Tuscarawas county but in counties like Harrison it adds More than $500 to each office. The fact is that in Small counties the salary is 1111 cd larger than the fee system. In summing up there is nothing saved to the state. Anyone who desires a lot convenient to the rolling Mill should Call s. Moore. Lots can be had at a Low figure m the Block West front Street adjoining . Ii dash. Terms�?$50 Down and $50 per \ ear until paid. Also some Nice lots reasonable terms sixth Street adjoining the Rev. Kingly property. Ai. O 011 Walnut Street. Easy payments and Iong time. Call at this office and we will show Vou the lots.5tf where did you get that picture Frame at Samuel Shambergerj a. Lotf. John Meyer killed a Copperhead Snake last West the John Read farm near town. The italian string band is once again among us. Sweet music is daily heard. The Tuscarawas county sunday school convention will meet in this City some time in june. Josh. Lensel Street commissioner is doing some Good work the principal streets our Beautiful Little City. Quot it Quot i As a prompt efficient and painless laxative cathartic to the bowels use . Gentsch a vegetable cathartic pills. Try them. 18w4 gents ii amp co., druggists. Rev. Kreush the presbyterian Church was duly installed tuesday evening As pastor that Church. He also had his rent paid by the congregation for one year. The fire department presented to Silas Compton their chief Engineer last wednesday night a handsome Gold watch Chain and Charm As a Token respect lie was succeeded by will. Bechold. The week doings. Billey Wegele Dover Lias charge Sam. Rufer s Blacksmith shop. A vast amount sickness is experienced throughout our Community. Lawrence Kelley was bitten by a dog one evening last week pretty severely. Frank. Patterson a skating rink was slightly moved by the storm one night week. The secret making delicious cake and pastry is in using Cleveland a baking powder. The music rendered for the cantata Ruth by Rev. J. B. Rust was highly appreciated by All. Points about people. George Scott Wellsville is in our town visiting. _ . Lonney Cambridge spent Sab a Bath in our City. Ernst Teichman Cleveland is visiting in our midst. J. N. Oler Uhrichsville was in our midst thursday. Charles Hunt Coshocton was in our City last week. John Judy Cleveland was in town a few Days last week. John Lewis Lorain was in town a few hours last thursday. Professional Street loafers Are covering the store boxes As readily As the old Cluck does her eggs. Mrs. Thomas Fribley was at Ehrichs a Ville last week visiting. W. R. Crater Newcomerstown was in town last thursday. Tommey Smith came very near get Ting the life knocked out him a few Days since by driving too fast when he suddenly came to a Stop by running against a tree. He was Uipi conscious for a while. Clev Ilia 7d a 7j> Marietta 1 in \ la 1. In effect inc. 14, 1 890. Going South. Stations. G tag n Orris. I no. 5. No. 3. No. 1 a 2 no. 4. 4 l pm u1s \ m Cleveland. 235 pm 6 6 pm 5 3 128�?opm Akron.1 i 512 613 127pm can teu1 1224 420 1m 760 am to Edn 625 78 Loyal car ii Joan Quot 740 255 525 Jii it anal Dover it 55 .310 1700 3f-6 tr.35 Turner s. 1012 6 t no it 312 f540 Iii Euband. H j i 301 to ii 18 4545 to Hinias Corg 1 30 25 4 16 t 330 a w offs. U 15 4244 824 340 hid com Row n 1 07 237 1437 350 4613 Post boy. 951 4225 811 a 4023 a Lue Rusey. 940 4218 840 40? o2s Kimbolton. 989 212 fion 413 4037 Millers. 928 a tool 420 464-> Oldham a. 4155 910 423 6>50ani Bride. 915 14? 4 it 1 til ii Ersilie 50 120 590 1 725 5t pleasant 836 112 506 4731 Glenwood. 831 4106 512 a 4737 a v a. S25 tl"0 522 747 belie Valley <sl5 1250 532 4m 3 Caldwell. S03 �?�1210540 he Dudley. T�?T54 Quot Rutza 547 2? 1 South Olive 747 i 225653 1 �?T823 Dexter 4 Ity 821 12.0 i 690 830 Marksburg 731 1213 1 60s 837 Elba. 720 1208 1 019 848 a Varner. 715 1155 029 858 Whipple. 705 1145 j 041 4909 1 Stanley. 053 Al 133 640 >11 Wood. 6,48 41128 705 i 932 Marietta. 6.30 11101 840 2o0nni Parks by 155 74oan an injunction suit was brought against the City authorities to prevent the Sale the Bonds for the Nail Plant in saturday evening last which it aused quite a hurry among the citizens for a time. The suit was withdrawn Moud a a and the differences adjusted which was hailed with Joy by our we Hope that All feeling growing out the matter will be buried and All go to work for the Best interests the Community. A Flat station1?. Turku i celebes trains no. 2 and 3, Between Marietta Canton Akron. Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with c. A. A b., t. Amp Sex. 1y., k Hand Ohio River packets at Lamb Ridge with Amp East and West at Newcomerstown with . K he l. East and West at canal Dover with c. L. K w. And c. A p. North and East at Valley Junction with w. A e. And Valley by. A. T. Wikoff. Ben manager. W k Richards Gene a pass age to Pittsburg it. Wayne amp Chicago Railroad condensed time table in effect May 18 the Tuscarawas county medical society met in the court House 011 the 28th april 1891. There was a Good turnout the members the society and the Best feeling prevailed amongst its members and there was much medical Talent displayed at the meeting the society. It was supposed that the medical society was sleeping if it was it was going through a repair As was exhibited at the meeting. Or. Harvey the Exchange hotel prepared them a Good dinner where some Twenty partook and some the doctors wives were with them and were highly pleased with the grand dinner that was prepared for them. Or. Harvey sat Down and ate with the doctors so As to have it said that he had the pleasure once eating with a mass Talent. A Lounger. Wise Zeeb amp co., have 5,000 bushels Corn and Oats for Sale at wholesale retail. 8tf there Are 110 flies Dittmar a customers now As he has a Patent fan above their Heads while in the chair. The production the cantata Ruth at opera House Friday and saturday evenings was highly entertaining. Proceeds for the Benefit the y. A. Miss Ina Savage is seriously ill the grip and malarial fever. Miss Agnes Mcclellan Cleveland is visiting relatives in this City. Albert Knowles plead guilty before. Judge Pearce last wednesday for attempt to kill with a razor and consequently was taken to the a open a Friday by the sheriff to remain one year. Our neighbor . Mathias Schneider has purchased a half interest in the j. Custer amp songs Tore. Or. Schneider is an honest and upright Young Man very obliging and a person with whom the Public likes to Deal. He had formerly clerked for . Kaderly and . Burry. We wish the new firm Success. A son judge j. S. Pearce died at Colorado Springs last thursday consumption at the age thirty one years. Deceased leaves a wife and one child to mourn his departure. Lie was a Model Young Man and had lately been and Misti d to the bar. His remains were shipped to Cadiz and funeral held monday. Miss l Hie Hamilton was the recipient a very pleasant Surprise party last thursday consisting 12 Little girls Florence Snider Florence Collins Katie and Annie Zimmerman Sadie Bowers Gertie Dolan Agnes Wenger Annie and i Zzie Wilson Gertie Kugleman and Bulah deafen Baugher. The Little ones enjoyed themselves finely and All went Home Happy. Mrs. Rachel Riley Mcgonigal wife Jas. B. Mcgonigal died at the family residence near Oberlin Kansas thurs Quot a for the aged those suffering from weakness la Gripp us . Gentsch a beef Iron and wine tonic. It is pleasant an effective. X cent i amp co., druggists Southwest Cor. Public Square. 18w4 eleven couples from this City were entertained in elegant style by miss Lizzie Denhart Dover last wednesday evening at the Home her Uncle and aunt . And mrs. Christ. Deis. An elegant luncheon was served. Rev. J. R. Keyes has gone to Steubenville to a a train with some his old comrades and attend the g. A. R. Encampment which i cts there this week lie w ill Al visit Kent to see that the Corner Stone the new m. F. Church is properly Laid he being the former pastor at that place. A suits lot. Mrs. Adam Stilgenbaur near Baltic in Bucks township commit d suicide last tuesday evening. She 011 that evening prepared supper As usual and while the family was eating supper she left the House without the family knowing it. The members the family missed her and search was instituted at once and was continued Day and night until Friday morning. The Adiole neighbourhood including the citizens Baltic joining 111 the search. On Friday morning the lifeless body mrs. Stilgenbaur w As found by a boy in the Creek in a Meadow 011 the farm . Fetus a neighbor. On the Bank the Stream her apron and Muffler and a Butcher knife were found which led to the finding the body in the Creek partially covered by water. The Henry Caddes and son William Wolf o., were in town last Friday. Or. G. L. Kulz Coshocton spent wednesday and thursday in n. P. Mrs. William Wallace and mrs. Ambrose Bowers Are visiting friends in Cleveland this week. Mrs. S. B. Flora and mrs. John Dou Gle w Ere in Dover Friday calling 011 friends. Philip Lahm is dangerously ill at his brother a residence this City congestion the brain. Messes. De. Schmidt f. S. Albert John Schwab and John Reeser spent two Days in Canton last week. From Dundee. Charles nagely and Annie wadding Tou will he made Man and wife this thursday evening at the brides residence. Mrs. We. Waddington is at the bedside her daughter mrs. Clark let Sivile who is seriously ill pneumonia. Or. Shawver an aged and highly respected citizen living North Walnut Street is very ill la Gripp and info maties age. Little Hopes Are entertained his recovery. Oats sown. Town quiet. Potatoes planted. Everything growing. Everybody is hustling. Now is the seed time. What wiil the Harvest be Farmers Are unusually Busy now. House cleaning and Garden making. Some fears Are entertained that the late frosts have injured the fruit. Miss Gussie Springer is spending a few weeks visiting her Sisters at Bowerston. Miss Alta Stout returned Home from Ada last saturday evening. School Board met at this place last monday. Mrs. We. Burris and family expect to move to Canton in the near future. Examiners Sigrist and Baker reported at new7 Philadelphia last monday. John Machan is loading a car Load Stock to Day. Rev. Scarborough occupied the m. E. Pulpit sunday. Quite a number our Young folks took in the entertainment at Union Point saturday evening. Mrs. Kohr attended the funeral Rev. Dodd at new7 Philadelphia sunday. Emil von Gunter went to Canton last week with some notion locating there but has returned to Dundee and May be found at the old stand. Merchant Stout is cleaning up his store and is getting his Stock Spring goods. Our entertainment proved to be a social and financial Success. The evening was a most pleasant one and the House was crowded. The patriotic dramas entitled a a our country a and a from Sumpter to Appomattox a were presented in a manner that gave credit to All who were 011 the stage. The proceeds which amounted to about $25.00, wiil be used to enlarge the school Library. Or. Rentier an old and respected citizen this place died last saturday morning lie had suffered for several years from a cancer in the Mouth which caused his death. The funeral will take place to Morrow tuesday from the m. F. Church Rev. Noll rangers Vilic officiating. A number Young people this Vicinity will attend College this summer. Hugo Koschler and j. W. Burris have already gone the former to it. Vernon and the latter to Ada. Among those w to expect to go before Long Are j. F. Koehler a. F. Crises l. A. And Andrew Sigrist F. Wetter Budd Johnson Edith Steffe Maggie Kohr and Tillie Yanney. Success to All. Real estate transfers. Compiled in the office the recorder deeds ii. T. Mclnnis recorder. 100 50 100 84 800 1,687 1,015 150 800 75 Susan Ross to Philip Barth lots 13 and 14, port Washington $ j. Rutledge to j. Beaber lot 42, Midvale. Harvey Wurtsbaugh to Alice Shoemaker Oxford. Sheriff Goeler to j. S. Graham,81 acres and 44 rods Goshen. Isaa Swihart to David 100 acres Auburn. 8,000 d. D. Swihart to Isaac sw7ihart, 158 7-10 acres auburn11,066.40 Fred Biteler to we. Browne 1 41-100 acres Goshen. to Fred Espenscheld 33 acres Dover. Daniel Knisely to Sam. T. Fribley 7. Acres Goshen. O. H. Hoover to Phebe e. Gara Brandt 30-100 acres Goshen. Chas. E. Holden to Jacob Erfley 5 100 acres Mineral. O. Ii. Hoover to Lydia a. Gara Brandt 1-5 acre Goshen. Clara and Judson Morris to Agnes Thomas part lot 75, canal Dover. Healea amp Greene to j. W. Gow ins lot 24, Uhrichsville. Thos. N. Mills to Thos. Greer 1-9 acre. Philip Shafer to David Holmes lot 12, Dover. Catharine Sechrist to David be Christ 60 acres Fairfield. Laura and l. S. Sargent to Louisa Mitchell 13-100 acres Oxford. David Sechrist to Martin ii. Black 60 acres Fairfield. John Salmon to Melvina e. Sites 50-100 acres Pike run. Lewis Morris to Eli a. Norris 80 acres Rush. Caroline Coes to John g. Schupp 32 perches Salem. Abraham Weber to Elton a. Hoover 54 acres Franklin. John 11. Morriset in to John and Martha c. Hiller 80 acres Rush John ii. Morriset Al to Samuel g. It needy 80 acres Rush. April 27, 1891. J Usta. Day april 2d, is >1, in her 58th year. J news was spread and Many gathered to the scene. Upon examination it was j$3r trains depart from Alliance As follows Central rime going be. 1. 9. 11. 3. La tic. Civic ago sex pres mail. Mail express. A. No. 14. 4. Fast Lii a econ m ail. Fast express. Pay express going East Dat Ioa. T 2-3 a m 10-20 a m t 9 �?~i0 a m 4-50 p in 3-45 a 111 t 6 -30 a m a p m t 9-10 a in 10-30 p in 6. Alliance accommodation 2-45 p 111 trains leave Alliance for Niles and Younsrs-t..n at 6 a it 1z 5 a in and 2-30 p m. Arrive 1 Alliance from Niles and Youngstown at9-50 no 4-36 and 8-00 p m. No tvs no. 3 1ms Pullman Palace sleeping cars through to Chicago. For time tables rates fare through tickets and baggage checks and further information regarding tie running trains apply to the up Ket agent Alliance Ohio. Jaily. Baily except sunday Shaily except monday. A a. Ford general pass and ticket agent. Jos flu Wood manager Pittsburgh a. An extraordinary phase the Ohio pharmacy Law is shown in the Case our townsman . I. Gentsch. The doctor entered the profession pharmacy As far Back As 1872, and although a graduate the oldest College in the land and possessed a pharmacists certificate under the old Ohio Law and is a do a graduate in Medicine and thereby entitled to prescribe a l Man Ner poisonous medicines., yet by the requirements the state Board pharmacy was obliged to face the needless and expensive ordeal re Canu nation at Columbus Ohio in order to Seil drugs in this state and to which requirement he recently submitted. Although the doctor has been successful and Lias received a certificate yet we think the proceeding an outrage and the Law should be repealed. She will be remembered by Many our citizens a3 an amiable wife and a tender Mother having resided in new Philadelphia o., for several years prior to the War. Or. Mag. And family have the sympathies the writer and Many friends in Iii bereavement. A a Rev. James h. Dodd after a Brief illness pneumonia departed this life thursday last. He was born in Pittsburgh pa., january 23, 1833, and at the time his demise was aged 58 years and three months. Deceased was raised a farm attended school during the Winter months and finally taught school. Lie entered Bethany West ya., College where he graduated with High honors As a disciple minister in the year 1868, april 7th, 1861, he took unto himself a wife in the person Catherine w. Gabriel which Union was blessed with five children two boys and three girls ail whom Are living. Lie had been a faithful servant the lord for the past seven years in our midst. The funeral was held Sabbath last at 2 p. M., and followed to his last resting place by a Large concourse bereaved friends and relatives. James a. Linn had charge the funeral. Thus ends the life a faithful Christian. Found that she had Slabbed herself five times m the breast and then Cut her Throat from ear to ear and then probably plunged into the Creek. She was a Large Fleshy woman aged about 45 years. No cause Lias been Given us for her rash act. The people sympathize with the relatives in their sad bereavement. Reason undoubtedly was dethroned in her Case. She was buried saturday. Democratic executive committee meeting the misses Carrie Niles and Daisy Dodd this City spent sunday last at the residence John a. Milar Southwest this City. The Young ladies report an exceedingly enjoyable time. They contemplate migrating thereto in then Star future and will remain several months. Miss Dot Milar returned saturday last from a pleasant visit with Reinat ves and friends in Canton. She was accompanied by her Little Niece miss Hazel Milar charming Little daughter E. Milar Canton who will visit a few Days with her grandparents . And mrs. John a. Milar Southwest this City. New firm. From Tuscarawas. 100 120 235 1,800 5.000 2.000 489 3,000 500 1,600 2,100 1,92 Detent is appetite indigestion Anc use . Gentsch a strengthen ing bitters. 18 a 4 Only 75 c gents ii int per bottle. Amp co., druggists. Common Pli-1 As court. I r Oce Edi n g s. Washington letter. The p. Amp St. Louis railway. An handle route. Schedule taking effect june 15,1890. Going West. Trains depart from the p. Amp St. Louis de Uhrichsville Junction As follows express. 11-05 a m accommodation. T 5-20 a m zip refs. 12-15 a m to press. T 3-53 p m going East. Express. 2 45 a m 11-05 a m express. 2-40 p m accommodation 8-15 p in a everyday. Central time except sunday. Through coaches from Uhrichsville Junction to Pittsburg Columbus Cincinnati Indianapolis and St. Louis Pullman Palace sleeping cars attached to through trails East and West. For time tables rates fare through tickets and further information regarding the running trains apply to ticket agent Uhrichsville Junction Ohio. E. A. Ford Gen. Pas. And ticket agent Pittsburg a. Joseph Wood Gen. Manager Pittsburg a. Many years practice have Given c. A. Snow amp co., solicitors patents at Washington i. C., unsurpassed Success in obtaining patents for All classes invention. They make a specially rejected cases and have secured Al Lowance Many patents that had been previously rejected. Their advertisement in another column will be interest to inventors patentees manufacturers and All who have to do with patents. 2tf seventeen persons narrowly escaped death saturday last the c. Amp p. Crossing near the childrens Home at canal Dover. Motor car no. 5, was coming from Dover with seventeen persons aboard As the c. Amp p. Train was backing into Dover from this place. It ran to the c. Amp p. Track with the front end the car As the passenger coach struck it completely wrecking the Street car and severely injuring several the passengers. It was a miraculous escape from death. If it had not been that the Street car was thrown from the c. Amp p. Track by reason striking near the end Many persons would have been crushed to death. One end the passenger coach was broken and one passenger . Daniel Leadrach Ragersville was Cut and bruised about the head and face and a severe Cut in one Side. On the Street car . Louis Lantz was injured most being badly bruised about the head and face but is expected to recover. Or. Alvin Vinton this place had his hand badly bruised and was Cut some with Glass. Albert Boyd this City was Cut considerably with Glass. Fred Zimmerman Ragersville was badly bruised and Cut. The daughter David Kortz Dover received severe injuries and quite a number others whose names we did not learn. The motor Man failed to bring his car to a Stop As he should have done especially when a train is due the c. Amp. P. Road before crossing Over As the crossing is in a Cut and the train cannot be seen until near the track. The c. Amp p. Should put in a turn table Here so As to run into Dover engine front. This is a dangerous Point and both companies should be careful at this crossing. Anna Elizabeth Strickmaker Nee Homerighause was born in Richstein Prussia Jan. 1st, 1810. She came to this country at the age eight years with her parents and lived with them at Little y Ork pa., until her marriage with John Strickmaker in 1830. Shortly after their marriage . And mrs. Strickmaker came to Tuscarawas county and having spent some months in canal Dover settled upon a farm n Stone Creek. Seven children six sons and one daughter were the fruit this Union. The husband and one son preceded mrs. Strickmaker into the other world. Since the death her husband she continued to reside Stone Creek with the exception the last two years her life which were spent in new Philadelphia at the Home her son Philip. She was baptized in infancy and in Early youth was admitted into Fuh communion with the German reformed Church by the rite confirmation. From the time her removal to Sivine Creek to the Day her death she belonged to the reformed Church located there and at her request was buried in its peaceful Church Yard. She died april 22, 1891, at the age .81 years 3 months and 21 Days and leaves one brother one sister six children Twenty four grandchildren and seventeen great grandchildren to mourn her departure. She was a Good kind neighbor an exemplary industrious woman and a thoughtful affectionate Mother. Thus has passed away another Pioneer Tuscarawas county. These sturdy Hardy self denying people Are rapidly leaving us to give place to later generations who now dwell in and make use the land their Brave fathers possessed in the midst Forest wilds before the Dawn a higher civilization. J. B. Rust the democratic executive committee met pursuant to a Call the chairman to arrange time and place for holding the next democratic county convention. Members present George Evans Jas. I Sprucebank David Murray Chris. Gerber g. It. Bowers d. O. Webster and Samuel Moore. On motion Samuel Moore the place for holding the convention was fixed at new Philadelphia. On motion George w. Bowers the time for said convention was fixed for june 13. On motion d. O. Webster As to form j tickets and manner balloting the following was adopted moved that this committee adopt a secret ballot to be used at the county convention that the tickets have All the names the candidates for the different offices upon the same ballot to be voted for at the same time that the Delegate shall designate by a Cross opposite the name the candidate his preference for each office to be filled All tickets to he furnished by the executive committee and j not to be distributed by them until the time Lor balloting and nomination to be made and manner depositing the ballots to be made in compliance with the arrangements made by committee rules and order business. On motion g. W. Bowers a committee two was appointed to procure Hall music programmes and tickets the chairman appointed messes. Gerber and Moore As such committee. On motion g. W. Bowers it is ordered that All primaries for the election delegates to the county convention be held at the usual places for holding elections in each township voting precinct excepting the precincts Mill township Friday june 12, Between the hours 2 and 8 clock p. M., and the precincts Mill township thursday june 11, 1891, Between the hours 4 and 8 clock p. On motion the Secretary was instructed to have All the democratic papers in the county publish time place and notices the convention and that the basis representation be fixed at one Delegate for every Twenty five votes cast for Secretary state at the last annual election for state officers and one Delegate for every fraction thirteen votes Over so cast. On motion committee adjourned to meet the Call the chairman. Sami la Moore d. O. Webster Secretary. Asset Secretary. George Evans chairman i hereby take the pleasure to inform my patrons and friends As Well As the Public in general that i have bought a half interest in the Custer Bros store East High Street new Philadelphia Ohio and cordially invite my former patrons friends and the Public generally to come and see me in my new place business. Thanking you All for past favors and kindly soliciting a share your future Trade i am yours very truly Matin is sex ii Ell. Marriage licenses granted. George Martin and Flora f. Norris. Ira Waite and Alice f. King. P. Baker and Catharine e. Schweitzer. Christ. Kitcher and Anna Kager. Us am carpet duster. Ingrain carpet Brussels carpet moquet carpet. Washing carpet done j drop postal card in office to 16a3 John Sharp i . We. Wegele canal Dover will after april 22d have charge the Samuel Rufer Blacksmith shop and being an old hand at the business will be prepared to do All work in that line to the general satisfaction All ins customers. Give him a Call. For Exchange a splendid Home made Phaeton nearly new. Will Exchange for a Young Mare horse from 3 to c yrs. Old must be a Good stylish animal. Will take difference As the Case May require. Irr quire at the times office. Attention Farmers. Denali has once More visited our Community this time in the family . E. G. Mcmurray and taken Mother Mcmurray very suddenly. Sire had not been feeling Well for several weeks but there were no fears entertained until a few Days before her death. Or. Russell stopped when she wished him to give her something which would relieve her a Little and he did and when he again stopped they All thought she was much better As she had been sitting up while they were fixing up her room a Little when her daughter Lucy was helping her to her room she simply Laid Over m her arms and passed away very quietly and gently. Thus has passed from our midst a Mother who has done much for the cause education having been employed at different periods during the last forty years As teacher in Tuscarawas at Ninevah Goshen Lenns Valley mud run and possibly other places. She was always deeply interested in the Sabbath school work until a year two ago when she became too feeble to undertake any the kind any More ller age was about 80 years. Three sons and one daughter Are left to mourn her los3. Well done Good and faithful servant enter into the Joy thy lord. We. Woods were again sorely afflicted by the loss their oldest son Eddie almost 6 years old who was taken from them very suddenly by diphtheria which makes three children they have lost in the past few years. We sympathize very much with them but that does not return the dear one remove the heart ache caused by the bereavement. Such a Balm must be obtained from higher than mortal Powers. A great Deal the la Grippe is still around. A. T. Myer is not Able to be out yet with a severe attack it. Election at Sharon yesterday for elder to till the place . Keller resulted in the election Martin Lehn. Yesterday a week ago Rev. Wein land port filled the pulpit at Sharon morning and evening. Our minister Rev. Greider having exchanged pulpits with him. Rev. W. Is a Christian Endeavor society Man and stirred our folks up that subject. A society has been organized and meets every sunday evening at 6 45. Mrs. Catherine Van Lehn has been having quite a siege illness but is getting better and we Hope she will soon enjoy renewed health. I. Know. Hoist Washington. Dismissed. Wesley West v Robert Peters. Trial to court. J. B. Mathias v j. S. Graham. Plaintiff to plea. Augustus buyer v Adam Sturmer. In Junco i n. Norman Stow v Village new Philadelphia. Defendant to plead. Ohio relation Samuel j. Weaver v Eban Van Kirk. Emma Kughler v William Frew. Zeb. P. Sparks v we. Sparks. Ben. Walwick v Chas. G. 1 larger. Divorce. Catherine Shamel v h w. Shame. D. S. Thomas v Margaret Thomas. Confirmation api and Sale ordered. Emma Griffin v Robert Machey. Motion overruled. Jedediah Cole v j. T. Of Donnel. Jury trial. D. Gentsch v Oliver Knisely for defendant. Allen Moon amp co. V John w. Judy for defendant. Criminal. Ohio v Albert Knowles assault with intent to kill one year in Penitentiary. Ohio v Elmer Smith burglary and larceny eight years in Penitentiary. For All pains internal external As a Safe and reliable remedy used a. Gentsch a Anodyne linemen and pain killer. 50 cents per bottle. 18wl gents ii amp co., druggists. A lady a perfect companion. Painless childbirth our new Book tells How any woman May become a Mother without suffering any pain whatever. Also How to treat and overcome morning sickness swelled limbs and other evils attending pregnancy. It is reliable and highly endorsed by physicians As the wife a True private companion. Send two cent stamp for descriptive circulars and confidential letter sent in sealed envelope. Addres Frank Thomas amp co. Publishers Baltimore my. 45yl from our regular correspondent. Washington d. C., april 24, 1891. The news the snubbing Given . Harrison by the National Republican league convention at Cincinnati caused no Surprise Here where every one who is at All posted political matters knows the contempt Felt for the present occupant the White House by the leaders the Republican party chief whom is . Blaine who is now7 believed to have intentionally deceived . Harrison when he promised him that he would not oppose his nomination. It is now conceded that Blaine May have dictate the Republican nomination next year and if he allows . Harrison to be nominated it will be simply because he will have become convinced the impossibility electing a Republican. A gentleman who is a warm personal Friend . Harrison tells me that he is not the dupe . Blaine to the extent imagined by that gentleman and his friends and that if after a careful observation the political Field he does not think he can be re elected he will refuse to allow his name to go before the next Republican convention. That May be . Harrison a intention but it would be impossible for a Man with his overwhelming egotism to believe that he could possibly be Defeated. So that it May he put Down As certain that he will gladly take the nomination if Blaine will let him have it. That a where the uncertainty comes in. Will Blaine let him Piave it the effect the legislation the billion Dollar Congress is beginning to be Felt at the Treasury department and already Secretary Foster has began to scheme As to How he can get the $30,-000,000 that must be paid the last july for pensions. He Lias decided to utilize the $18,000,000 in Silver half dollars now in the Treasury by depositing them in the National Banks thus making them available for the govern mentus current expenses. Another item aside from the con Gressional appropriations becoming payable after july 1, that is taxing . Forc term a ingenuity to provide for is tin $50,000,000 4.1 per cent Ponds that will mature in september. Although it has for some weeks been Given out that All these Bonds would be taken up at before maturity. 1 have it Good authority that it is the present in Union . Foster to allow those i the hands the National Banks to a it main outstanding at a reduced rate interest if the Banks will consent to it. Whether he can legally do this without the passage a special funding act Congress is a debatable question. Nobody has Ever had much Confidence in the honesty Secretary Tracy a alleged Reform in the employment the foremen and the master mechanics the Navy Yards the country and now that it has been Endor Seil by senator Chandler there Isnit an atom conf \ Dence left in it. If Jerry Simpson Isnit careful somebody wiil charge him with being in the the Washington agent lobby lie made a speech Here this week in favor the governments paying tin Union soldiers their heirs the differ once Between the value the greenbacks paid them during the War and Gold lie says it will Only take $3,000,-000 to do it. Only it has leaked out through the state department that the administration is extremely anxious to dispense with the services Fred Douglass minister to Hayti because the mess he has made the negotiations for a Coaling station the Island the United states. It fears however to dismiss him now lest it May effect the negro votes in next years convention. The remnants the sixth Massachusetts regiment which Lieut. Gov. Jones new York was commander when it was attacked by the mob in the streets Baltimore in april 1861, visited Washington this week and was royally entertained. They left for Home this morning. The Senate finance committee hat designated a sub committee to investigate the working the Mckinley to Riff Law under the Resolution adopted by the Senate at the last session. Senators Allison Aldrich Hitchcock Carlisle and Harris. The sub committee begin us work next week and it is already apparent that an attempt is to by made to make Republican Campa in Thunder but the two wide awake Carlisle and Harris will see that their end is held up. Worry in business. If a productive distrust and results in failure. Few people have any real Conception what % drawback worry is to the accomplishment any great end. We have seen men Brilliant parts Complete wrecks simply because the worry that they have had has literally knocked the Bottom out them. Peace mind with an activity the same which is almost Universal to those possessing1 any Genius whatever is a Large e Mari Butita towards Success in this life. Worry dolls the apprehension Clouds the imagination and takes the keen Edge off thought. But the contrary peace mind increases the activity the brain and allows its development to go unimpeded it is practically impossible to secure Success in every Day life if the full scope All the talents is in any Way obstructed. In the daily fight which is going for supremacy in the business world the same Clear sighted Genius that is so essential to Success upon the Battle Field must be present in full Force. It would let a just As reasonable to expect that a general who was worried by outside matters could As successfully direct the movements a great army As if he was unencumbered by a single thought excepting the one great work in which he was engaged. Worry produces distrust and distrust produces Disori Guni nation which must ultimately end in failure. If our deductions Are Correct and so far As we Are concerned we have no doubt them having seen them proved time and time again in everyday life we would ask How essential it is that business men should steer Clear anything and everything that would in any Way create develop worry. A Clear vision with the wits properly brightened is absolutely necessary to Success in business. There should be every Effort made by those engaged in it to make the surroundings and conditions As convivial and harmonious As is possible. A disturbed mind must always be regarded As an enemy to Success therefore everything that would in any Way shape form be conducive to its development should be guarded against in the strongest possible manner. In a crisis there is nothing so valuable As a peaceful mind a Clear head and we might almost say a Good digestion. Possibly some our readers May think that we Are overstepping the Bounds propriety in attaching any importance to the digestive organs but we Art sure if they look the matter squarely in the. Face they will find that without Good digestion All other talents which Are necessary in times this kind will be in some Way Dull and to some extent to crippled. Pope s Ideal was a sound mind in a sound body but we think it might be reversed and put More plainly that the essential the sound mind is a sound body for without Good digestion it is practically impossible to have both. Bad digestion impairs health and limits the physical and mental action to a certain extent that in Many cast s it has proved seriously fatal. Take care the digestion then. In considering this question worry As detrimental to the accomplishment great operations it brings to mind the fact that Many the most successful men have been capable the greatest endurance and while they May have been worried at times about the matters in hand they have not been troubled with outside issues that have in any shape form distracted their Genius from the work in hand. To those men engaged in any complications business that required All their resources will Power and thought we would Suyu one word and that is never under any circumstances engage in undertakings that will tend to create a worry that May distract you but the contrary so guide your actions and life As to create a peacefulness mind and a clearness thought. Energetic action Correct judgment and Strong individual Reliance will undoubtedly grocer. Flt for All blood liver and kidney disorders loss appetite rheumatism amp a. Use . Gentsch a syrup Sarsaparilla compound. 18w4 gents ii amp co., druggists. Husband Ami wife Twenty dollars in Gold to any Farmer who can furnish evidence that any Binder Mower has As Many Points excellence As the famous Mccormick. Sold by John Myers North court House new Philadelphia Lotf a great bargain one the finest dwelling properties in new Philadelphia in the most popular part the City. Cost to build $9,000. Can be sold at a great bargain if sold Between now and May 1st. Cali and see us at the times office. Distilled from the richest malted Barley chases Barley malt whisky is full Nutriment mild and excellent and absolutely pure. A Bippus a son sole agent for new Phyfa Dellra 15w4 a for cuts bruises sores and ulcers tall kinds use . Gentsch a dial sonic ointment. Only 25 cents per Box. K18w4 gents ii amp Cep druggists. Work done Call at times office v. S. G. Clemens Dennison was in a a port last week business. Harry Sperling was at Home a few Days last week. Born to Frank and Minnie Demuth a daughter the 22d inst. Mrs. Mary Riley Lafayette is visiting friends and relatives in this place. George rile 7 was Home tuesday a Short i sit. Frank Moore who has been teaching in the Gilill District closed his school last Friday. Lie will attend College this summer. Mrs. Sperling has fully recovered from a siege the grip. The port Washington Union schools gave a first class entertainment to a Large audience Friday night. Frank Stofer was Home Over sunday. Mrs. Frank Stocker is reported very ill at present. A Little Cbill John Stonebrook died last week Black dip Thena. Old Salt. Picture frames made to order at the picture Frame factory Samuel Sham Berger proprietor. Lotf. Have Mere than once been saved by the timely use Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs after All other remedies have been tried in vain. The Balsam stops decay the lungs and cures influenza and acute and a ironic coughs. There is no other Medicine in the world that acts so promptly certainly none that does its work so thoroughly As Kempis Balsam. All druggists sell it. Large bottles50c and $1. A Little i 7�?T1 a it experience in a Lighthouse . And mrs. Loren Trescott Are keepers the v Iov. Lighthouse at hand Beach Miebi. And Are blessed with a daughter four years old. Last april she was take Down with measles followed with a i dreadful cough and turning into a Levi r. Doctors at Home and at Detroit treat so her but in vain so grew worse rapidly until she was a Mere a handful then she tried . Kings new discovery an after the use t to and a half bottles was completely c ured. They say . Kings new disc ovary is Worth its weight in Gold yet you May get a trial bottle free at f. Miller a songs drugstore. Those Achi a Teeth. A few7 Choice residence lots adjoining corporation the East Side North Broadway for Sale not far from electric St. Light. Do not miss the Opportunity. For Price terms etc., which Are reasonable enquire 8. Moore times office address Ben. F. Sager Burton station Beauga co., 9tf mrs. Thomas Nelson formerly Wood Michigan last thursday. Her remains were buried at the latter place saturday. Or. O. L. Kean Preston o., will be at new Philadelphia it it May 20th, to extract Teeth without pain sleep. The doctor is the More this process and will be Here in person. Call and have your bad Teeth removed. Remember the Date at the Sherman House,april29th. Will beat i Hrichus vile the 28th, and canal Dover the 30th. Pennsylvania lines. Cashmere dresses. Styles and materials for Young girls costumes. Pretty Spring dresses for girls eight to twelve years old Are being made in a shirt suits a with a sleeveless jacket and skirt Cashmere and a shirt Waist Wash silk. An excellent Model is Stem Gray Green Cashmere and Green and White striped silk. The silk shirt is gathered a ruling string at the Waist the edges below slipped under the skirt. At its top a shallow pointed Yoke is stitched smoothly the stripes meeting inv a in the Back the front Points ending in a line from the top the shoulder seams leaving All the fullness Between gathered just below the neck. The full silk sleeves the Only sleeves the frock have deep straight cuffs. The. Turned Over Collar is edged with a plaited ruffle the silk and two such ruffles extend Down the front. The Cashmere skirt is two and a half three straight breadth widely hemmed and gathered to a Belt which is covered with Black moire ribbon two inches wide with hanging ends at tin Back. This completes the dress for the Lious and for warm weather but for the Street is added a sleeveless jacket Green Cashmere the fronts falling open from the Throat to several inches below the Waist the Corners Square and the Back fitted by Side forms and slashed in four squares. Very narrow Black passement Erie is set All its edges Small Side pockets and also around the armholes. Gray Ecru and old Rose Cashmere and Navy Blue Serges will be made in this Way with shirt waists tie new Wash Silks Conn in Darker grounds than those last year narrowly striped with harpers Bazar. Entertaining guests an Art. Big dinner parties ill assorted guests Are failures from a conversationalist Point View. A fireside a table round if possible Ami say four half a dozen guests Are sufficient. More will break up into separate knots and fewer mean a Tete a Tete. �?o1 Hud a say. Thoreau a at Walden three chairs in my House a one for Solitude two for Friendship three for 1 he he Mit Thoreau in his hut at Walden was Wiser than the Man who looks for society in a crush. An unhappy husband living in Portland place whose wife inflicted huge parties upon him was standing in a very forlorn condition leaning against the Chimney piece. A gentleman came up to him and said a sir As neither us is acquainted with any the people Here i think we had Best go social crowds must not expect the great men among them to talk Well. She must have been a most unreasonable person who was disappointed with Napoleon because when a lot ladies were presented to him he Only remarked to each them How hot it news. Excursion tickets to Steubenville a Cleveland and sister to Edward Kal j count the g. A. K. State encamp j and Kles and one Quarter Henbaugh this City Diu a at Iron ment will be sold via the Pennsylvania i the Bottom. Across the boy lines april 27th and 2sth, $1,55 for the round trip from new Phi Melphia. Tickets will be Good returning until May 1st. _ 17 w2 the state Encampment a. A. R. I l be held at Steubenville april 28th-30tli. Reduced rates via. The Pennsylvania lines. 17 w2 Bear in mind that the times office is in the Meyers Block near the Sherman House. We Are glad to meet our patrons whether business not. We plans for to gunship building Are be a a wish you to Call and see us in our new ing made quarters. A Dainy apron. One Yard dotted Swiss the dots two inches apart and the size a Daisy Center. Turn in a one Inch hem to up d hem at Bottom and left hand Sid it work raises in yellow and Brown with silk each the dots. Then till in that Corner until you have four rows counting from the Point. It is a Good plan to work the Brown centers first and to avoid the Long yellow stitches the wrong Side by taking a Short stitch at 9he Edge the Daisy. Cut a Circle the size a Daisy and pin the wrong Side Dot and you can t go astray. One Yard yellow Satin ribbon run through the hem and a Rosette i narrow moot i first

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