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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 8, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published bv1by 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 solicited. New Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. 3 to. 6mo.l yer. S 1 00 2 00 3 00 5 00 8 00 s 2 0> 5 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 $ 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 40 00 s 5 00 15 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday August 8, 1889. Number 32. Traveler a guide. Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling Railroad. In effect june 2, 1889. New Standard time. Trains going South. Stations. Cleveland. Black River Elyria. Grafton. Medina. Chips Walak Sterling. Warwick. Fulton. Massillon. Navarre. Beach City. Strasburg. Dover. New Impila Goshen. Tusca raw Uhri Clivi Newport. Stillwater. Tippecanoe Freeport. Arrive at Wheeling 1 a com a com no. 1. Modal a. Inoda�?T11. No. 19 i no. 3. No. 5. 6 45a.m. 4 1�?~>p.m. 5 00 am 7 60 a a 4 25 a 6 30 a a 7 22 a a4 45 a a 7 22 u 7 53 a a 5 10 a a 8 00 a a 8 30 a a 6 00 a a 10 15 a a 8 47 a 6 18 a a 10 40 a a 9 05 a a 1 6 34 a a 12 05 pm 9 31 a a 7 05 a a 1 05 a a i 9 4 1 a a 7 12 a a 1 30 a a 10 00 a a 7 32 a a 6 06a.m. 2 15 a a .17 47 a a 6 21 a a 2 54 a a 10 26 a a 8 02 a a 6 i5 a a 3 40 a a .1 8 13 a a 6 44 a a 4 10 a a 10 45 a a 8 2s a a 6 56 a a 5 05 a ill 53 a a 8 35 a a 7 05 a a 5 30 a a 18 43 a a 7 11 a a 1. 8 50 a a 7 26 a a .>5 11 15 a a 9 00 a a. 6 47 a a 11 30 . 7 33 a a 11 46 a a. 7 46 a a 1 i. 7 56 a a. 12 10 . 8 10 a a .12 49 a a i. 1 8 40 a a. 2 0> Quot 1 1 9it a a business directory. Plancis Romig attorney at Lav and notary Public. Office in the Mclane Block new Philadelphia. Ohio. John w. Nix in m. D., physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Tinker. 51yl f. T1drick, House painting paper hanging White washing and Cali Man ing neatly done and work guaranteed at reasonable prices. Leave orders at Walton a Ackey a shoe store new Philadelphia. Ohio. March 23. 1389. I .m6 John s. Go Tapiam. Attorney at Law and notary Public. New Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and id Loining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47yl hew Philadelphia times. J ii. Booth attorney at Lav notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl a Moore by stroll car from Brid a i t depot. Trains going North. Ton com Ltd a no. 4. Zacconi moda�?Tn., no. 6. To. 2-i Bridgeport. Flushing1 freeport1.1 Tippecanoe. Stillwater i. Newport. Uliari Casvill. 1105 4 12 pm. 12 by a a 5 29 a a 12 53 6 04 a a 1 03 a a 6 is a a 1 13 a a 6 23 a a. 6 39 a a 1 36 a a 6 45 a a 4 45 . 1 46 �?o6 55 Quot 4 45am Tuscarawas 4 5 a a. 7 0$ a a 5 2�?o goshen4 59 a a 2 02 7 13�?o newly Hilad. 5 03 a a 2 09 a a 7 21 a a 5 40 a a Dover. 5 15 a a 2 18 a a 7 46 a a 6 00 a a Strasburg. 5 27 a a. 7 46 a a 6 44 a a Beach airy. 5 >7 a a 2 49 a a s 02 a a 7 15�?o navarre.5 52 a a. 8 15 a a 7 45 a a Massillon. 6 06 a a 3 03 a a 8 30 a a 8 45 a a fulton.1 6 26 a a 3 29 a a it. 1 05 a a Warwick. 6 33 a a 3 33 a a it. 10 20 a a Sterling. 7 00 a a 4 03 a a a. 11 10 a a chips Walak 7 23 a a 4 20 a a. 12 01 pm Medina 7 36 a a 449 a a. 1 00 a a Grafton. 8 12 a a 5 23 a a 1 3 00 a a Elyria. S 41 a a 5 45 a a. 4 45 a a Black liver 9 00 a a 6 05 a a. 5 15 a a Cleveland 9 20 a a 6 20 a a 1 7 15�?o trains Stop signal for passengers. Tickets Sale at All stations and ticket flees. Oscar Townsend general manager f. M. Townsend superintendent. Cleveland and Marietta railway. In effect june la 1889. Go North. No. 2 no. 4 no. No. 10 la Parks by. 200 am 1040am r Marietta. 635 1140 390pw 530am Caywood. 652 1212 325 555 Stanley. 658 1213 315 61 <5 a hippie. Tit 1283 4i0 630 Varner. 725 b43 415 655 Elba. 740 125/ 435 720 Macksburg. 747 111 445 747 Dexter City. 754 115 455 553 South Olive. 759 121 500 806 Dudley. 805 121 510 822 Caldwell. 815 130 526 850 Belle a Alley. 825 149 540 915 Ava. 834 149 555 930 Glen Wood. 840 155 605 940 it pleasant. 846 2-1 6l5 a 950 Byersville. 853 918 213 635 .1015 Cambridge. 232 700 1130 Oldham a. 924 23s 1142 Iii Era a. 931 245 1155 Kimbolton. 941 i 255 1210 Guernsey. 946 1 3 01221 Post boy. 953 1003 1 12<3 no motown. 317125 Adolf a a. 1010 1 327 11- Philipsburg. 1023 i i Quot Quot 205 Blackband. Turners. 1029 314 215 1035 350 225 Cau Aldover. 1045 1 4 0 404 a a Al june. 1107 1 422 445 Canton. 12131>m 755 i. Akron. 110 1 855cleveland. 220 11015buffalo. 315 740 1. Toledo. 630 940 i. I. To a. Amp l. E. And l. A it. Amp m. 3. Going South. No. 1-5. No. 3. No. 7 no 9. Toledo. Buffalo. Cleveland. Akron. Canton. Valley Tinct a a. Canal Dover. Turners. Blackband. Phillipsburg. Wolf a. Newcomers Post boy. Guernsey. Kimbolton Millers. Oldham a. Cambridge. Byersville. Point pleasant Glen Wood. Ava. Belle Valley. Caldwell. Dudley. South Olive. Dexter City. Macksburg. Elba. Warner. Whipple. Stanley. Caywood. A Marietta. Parkersburg. <40 in Mao i 553 to 611 i 620 6,80 687 612 659 too 710 746 752 i so2 815 822 828 832 839 h -6 9o0 910 925 931 948 1100 715 am i 540 11115 1230 pm 128 t 2.10 253 >o3 3 ,9 i 315 327 337 316 353 i 35 8 408 415 425 441 454 500 506 516 526 533 540 545 559 559 613 623 038 644 701 100 attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. Ail professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counts will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Lummel Block second floor. Let the inst. Viln a you men. Meat plan by can sell our Puihar Hooks 011 r savings 50 cents a week will in-1 Twenty times As Many sales As Cash s fail. Write immediately it it re a. Address lyceum publishing company. Cincinnati. 01110, May 16, ing deliver it a tical wanted Babcock Hurd. Amp co., wholesale grocers 100 amp 10? water St., Cleveland. P. 11. Xvi iconic. Hurd jr., Barcock 11. A. Bishop Hurd Avaio resale agents for tiie Union Coffee co., limited new York for the Sale their celebrated Alaroma and Bunola brands roasted Coffee. 24yl s. Everharty a livery amp feed stable dundee.01110. The very Best horses carriages and Sample wagons can now be had promptly at the lowest rates. Office and stable near the r k. Depot. May 2, 13s9. I9yl the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. J. Mobray proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. 4. Al is. Of am. 780 750 800 810 832 110 3if 18 10391015 i1100 1113 717a 111 1130 11220 pm 124512851 5 to 200 215 289 240 300 .31. 340 400 425 415 500 i it 906 917 922 932 i 942 k 05 10.0 1045 1155 1120 h. S amp a. P. Lacey procure patents in the u. S., Canada and Europe 20 years experience. Preliminary examinations As to patentability inventions free. No attorney fees in Advance for obtaining u. Patents. Full instructions in patents terms Etc. Sent free. Address la. Amp a. P. Lacey Patent att is Washington d. C. Feb. 2, �?T8syl go to Montana via the St. Paul Minneapolis and Manitoba Ray. A magnificent Rny in no. 5 and 6, daily. Through coaches trains nos. 2 and 3. Be tween Marie to Canton. Akron. Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with c in amp b my amp a and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with b amp East and West at Newcomerstown with p. C a St l East and West at Dover with Csc w and c and a North Ami East at Valley Junction with w a l e and Valley r y. W k Richards Gene a pass age to a. T. Wikoff Gen manager. Quot the Montana express Quot 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 ado Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. 11. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect May 12, 1839. Going Bast. Stat ions. . Express local 33 100 ladies wanted Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday August 8, 1880. Hummel Bloch second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 a writhe new Philadelphia Timbs will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in advances1.00 if not paid within three mods 1-50 Kab Quot remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A address All matter intended for publication. To the times. The b Eck a doings. Last week we inadvertently omitted making mention the fact that . Fred. Groff received the endorsement for member Board Public works by the senatorial convention. Or. Groff is a first class Man and has had such experience As would Well qualify him for that office. The Tuscarawas delegation to the state convention w ill use All honorable Means to nominate . Groff. The now York Tribune affectionately says the american citizen african descent a with the organization a Watermelon Trust a Peanut Trust and a Sweet potato Trust the future looks dark for our coloured Brethren but so Long As there is 110 poultry Trust they need not utterly the office Trust has been against him both i i the Ohio and Harrison administrations right along. But he still has the blessed privilege voting the ticket his White political Bosses. They will never try to abridge that. The following figures from statistician Swarr Zleit a report covering our exports and imports for the eleven months ending May 31, will be interest to american Farmers. As showing How much their products went abroad and where they found their principal Market. The first column shows the amount exported to England and Ireland the second All other countries in the world cattle.$14,494,999 $125,002 Corn. 18,355,314 11,769,489 wheat. 20,610,373 2,490,102 flour. 23,010,903 17,950,093 cotton.143,545,256 89,202,640 totals $229,599,845 $ 121,544,586 England with All her faults is a pretty Good customer and buys More our farm produce than All the rest the world combined. The Only trouble is we do not sell enough our farm products abroad and do not Slop what we do sell in american Bottoms. Fine Job printing done a Camp meeting at Cadiz August 11th. It is claimed that the Cadiz Oil Wells produces Twenty five barrels per Day. Burke the alleged Cronin murderer has been brought from Winnipeg to Chicago. Two Good office rooms for rent in the Chapin Block Over Senhauser a store. Call at times office. 27tf Send 111 your orders for Job work to the times office. We can do it quickly neatly and at reasonable prices. Grandest excursion the season via the popular c. Amp m. To Chippewa Lake thursday aug. 15. Wait for it. Wait for the popular c. A m. Excursion to Chippewa Lake thursday aug. 15. Watch Small Bills for rates. Mrs. J. J. Holmes Somerdale died thursday August 1st, liver complaint and was buried Friday. A Tine Hoy arrived at the residence James Quot Ward thursday last. Father Elliott can now he called grandpa. The Little Twenty months old child John Whitney died monday last and was buried tuesday afternoon. Do your local advertising in the times. Circulation 56 quires one half larger than any other democratic paper in the con qty. A Jefferson county Man by the name John striker was sentenced to jail for six months and fined $100 for abusing his children. Wellsville fair association will hold their annual exhibit August 27-30�? four Days. We acknowledge receipt complimentary. Burglars entered the store t. Taylor Newtown last wednesday night and carried off $100 Worth goods. No clue to the thieves. Stark county has 205 saloons 105 that number being in Canton and 53 in Massillon. Wayne county has thirteen less than jacksonian. Having a larger Stock italian bees than 1 wish to keep i will sell a portion them at fair prices. They Are in first class condition. Call the editor the times. Personal mention. Diss Lammel Massillon is the guest miss Bessie Hoover. Muj. C. Ii. Mathews is rust Cating and attending lectures at Chautauqua. Mrs. Geckler and babe Zoar spent wednesday with mrs. Charles Dick. Mrs. Dan. Getzman Carrolton is visiting her Mother mrs. John Allen. Mrs. Richard Ziells and children Wichita Kansas Are visiting friends Here. _ master Fritz de Mutli Cleveland is the guest grandpa and grandma Jameson. _ . And mrs. Rusk and . Rob. Magee left for their Home in Chicago last saturday. Mrs. Or. Curry and children Toledo Are spending a few weeks with relatives in Liis City. Miss Helen Smith returned to her Home last Friday accompanied by miss belie Knisely. Miss Maud boor Independence Kansas is the guest . And mrs. George Bari ick. Master Rafe Gribble is visiting judge Pearce Cadiz and will accompany him a trip to Cincinnati and St. Louis. Misses Cora Ashbaugh and Bessie Hoover returned wednesday evening from a very delightful visit with friends in Cleveland. Mrs. Larvey Miller entertained a few friends thursday in Honor mrs. G. Kleindel Wooster. From Shanesville. Mrs. Dou Liitt gave a very delightful Tea party to a Large number her lady friends last thursday. Taylor Holmes who has been Reading Law with colonel Holmes Columbus was visiting his folks in this City this week. Miss Nano Booth is the guest miss Blanche Smith in Uhrichsville. Yet the trunk and mis Sano will return perhaps this week. Editor times a enclosed you will find a few items from Shanesville. Noticing there was no correspondence from Here we thought they would be interest to your Many readers in Shanesville and Vicinity Farmers Are about through with their Harvest and feel jubilant with the Bountiful crop. Picnics Are the order the bars Mill will hold a Farmers picnic August 10th, which is expected to be a big affair. There will to a big picnic held at Shanesville the first saturday in september. A committee composed our first business men have been appointed and they have engaged the Hoopert Bros the famous acrobats contortionist and trapeze performers to give a line exhibition at that time and with the time we have to prepare in expect it to be a grand Success. It will be the picnic picnics. In fact we expect to take a the rag off the Beriah Johnson who bought property in Shanesville last fall is building a line barn and contemplates carrying a feed and Sale stable which will be quite a Benefit to the town and has been a Felt want As our Ornish about real estate transfers. Never forget compiled in the office the recorder deeds miss Nano Booth new Philadelphia came Down last tuesday evening to spend a week ten Days with Urich a i 11 e f r i in graph. For maps and general information inquire your own ticket f. I. Whitney. Gene a Pas. And Tkv tag to St. Paul Minnesota. 6 2a . 6 45 a a 7 15 Quot k new Philadelphia canal Dover. Zoar. Mineral Point 7 30 Magnolia,.j 8 02 waynesburg1 8 to Malvern. 8 85 Oneida 8 45 minerva.1 9 00 arrive Bayard. Alliance. 2 00 . 210 2 25 a a 2 31 a 2 46 a a 2 51 Quot 3 Quot 3 06 Quot 3 15 Quot. 9 20. 110 05 Cleveland. 12 50 . 6 35 Wellsville. 1215 1 4 50 belial re. 4 50 Pittsburgh. 1 00 . 130 Quot 2 0 a a 2 31 a a 2 59 a a 3 07 a a 3 27 a a 3 32 a a 3 45 a a 3 55 4 25 8 5 7 00 going West. Stations. Mail. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. 8 10 . 12 45 . . 4 10 10 10wellsville. 8 15 2 40 Cleveland. 7 45 1 05 Alliance. 10 25 3 10 Bayard. 10 55 4 15 7 10 . Minerva. Jul 03 4 25 7 25 Oneida. Ill 12 4 36 7 65 Malvern. 111 17 4 43 s 35 Waynesburg. Ill 23 5 00 8 55 Magnolia. 111 33 5 07 9 20 Mineral Point. 11 47 11 53 5 27 9 55 Zoar. 5 36 10 10 canal Dover. 12 la pm 6 00 10 40 arrive new Philadelphia. 12 20 6 15 11 00 and 100 men to Call any druggist for a free trial package lanes family Medicine the great Root and Herb remedy discovered by . Silas Lane while in the Rocky mountains. For disease the blood liver and kidneys it is a positive cure. For constipation and Clearing up the complexion it does wonders. Children like it. Everyone praises it. Large size package 50 cents at All druggists. Til nov. For Sale Cliea. 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 011 a. Ii. Yes thafor Tracy Tuscarawas co., 14tf for Sale. The Ohio Democrat says a the feeling toward having one and Only one democratic paper in this county is growing very which when interpreted Means that the Will be a the survival the will the times Man and Tun. Democrat Rise and explain a Tus Caracas Chron icle. Ila a 1 we have 110 doubt but that the editor the Ohio Democrat feels that there should be but one democratic paper in this county but that feeling is encircled by his own Vest and which lie mistakes for the feeling the party we have Over thirteen Hundred bonafide subscribers who say by their continued patronage that the times is the paper they want can the Ohio Democrat say As much we can furnish the statement the editor the Beo Zachter who was doing their press work for some time that forty three quires was the highest number the Democrat printed for exchanges and All. The times prints fifty six quires. If the Ohio Democrat wants to a a turn up its toes a we have 110 objection and it Lias our permission to do so. What a a rascals the Republican state officials Are since by their management the interest the state debt has been reduced from $515,000 a year to $83,700 a year. How different from the Headley administration that so kindly h it a legacy $700,000 floating debt with 110 reduction interest i the dear Good people to pay in taxes. Voter choose be Between them. Ray your Money and take your press. An editor who would write the above is either too ignorant too talk about else he is made out the same stuff that brass goods Are. To gov. Hoadly and a democratic legislature we arc Index cd for the 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 mud run Valley. Norman Rupert. All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for the West connect at Alliance with trains 011 the a great fort Wayne route a running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates fare Etc., apply to. F. , agent new Philadelphia. Ohio. James met Rea e. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Pas. Age to Pittsburgh a. Valley railway. In effect december 2, 1s88. Going South. Stations. I going Nouth. 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. No. 3. No. 7. 1115am 12 02pm 12 30 1 23 2 15 i i no. 4. No 6. 4 15pm, a 9 24am 23flpm in 5 Peninsula 9 0 1 42 5 37 Akron s 55 1 15 6 33 Canton. 7 55 7 25 a Val a Jet la 7 05 12 15 1130am Vor Sale Exchange a business room and Stock general merchandise in a Good business town 600 inhabitants a Rich Community in Tuscarawas county. Stock will invoice $3,000. Information can be had at the times office. Of annual saving nearly $100,000 interest 011 state Bonds. A democratic member from Franklin county introduced into a democratic legislature in 1885 the Bill that became a Law authorizing the sinking fund commissioners to refund $2,000,000 6 per cent canal Bonds at a lower rate interest. A bid 3.65 per cent interest was rejected by gov. Load in against the remonstrance and abase republicans and a bid 3 per cent was afterwards accepted from the same parties. For Alcer carried out the Good work inaugurated by governor Hoadly. Any Republican who h is the attributes a Man would not steal from the democrats the credit to which they Are entitled for making prompt refunding the state canal debt a possibility and a certainty. During Hoadly a term office there was paid $802,585.81 the reduced Hie debt the state thus reducing the state debt from $4,533,515 to $3,750,-229.19, besides providing for the canal debt As received above. See auditor states report 1s84, Page 11, and 1885. Page 9. When Hoadly went out office there was a balance in the state Treasury $254,083.76 this amount $9s,138.-17 was in the general Revenue. At the close three years Foraker ism there is Only $119,725.50 in the state Treasury and this too after $250,000 in certificates indebtedness had been issued and the state had defaulted $000,000 her debt due july 1, 1888, and there had been collected $5,000,000 Saloon tax. And to Day the Foraker administration Calls upon the county treasures All Over Ohio to kindly Advance a round million dollars to pay current state that is Foraker Fina Ciering a Carroll chronicle. A wreck occurred the Panhandle at Bowerston saturday night last. A gravel train backed into a freight demolishing seven cars merchandise. No one was Hurt loss considerable. Little ten year old Edward Purchase Clay Center while experimenting with a rope to Sec How it would feel to be swung up by the neck accidentally swung himself Over the a a dark White Caps bound and flogged a lawyer by the name off Middleton sex City solicitor urbane thursday night last for whipping and abusing his wife. He was whipped until he became unconscious. The barn Cyrus Roth near lock 17, burned last thursday night. Hay buggy and harness were consumed also. Loss about $300 fully insured in Ohio Farmers insurance company. Cause fire unknown. The band boys Pike run will hold a grand festival August 17th. Prizes for both ladies and gentlemen it is intended to make it the event the season. See posters printed at this office and done to fail to attend. I will sell at and below Cost for the next ten Days $3,000 Worth boots and shoes to save moving them again to my old stand. Look for the big sign a John Eckert boots and shoes. John Eckert. New Philadelphia aug. 3, �?T85. I have owned Ridpath a history the world since its publication in 1885, and can cheerfully say that it is All that its author claims for it. No other history can take its place i. T. Mccullou Uii. Or. Jas. F. Kaldenbaugh new Philadelphia has accepted a situation As Book keeper and assistant cashier in the Dennison Deposit . Hon. A. W. Patrick Lias returned from his Western visit with his Friend James Carlisle la Ruehlo Colorado. Miss Hattie Carlisle accompanied him Home for a visit. Or. David ii. Troendly one our candidates for representative gave the times office a Call saturday. Or. Troendly feels easy Over the coming race and will poll his full party vote. Shanesville raise and Breed the finest Stock in the state. 1 understand the lutheran Church building will be repaired. It will be quite an improvement As it stands the Public Square. Or. And mrs. Stinchcomb two pioneers Shanesville returned to their native town last week after an absence Twenty three years with the intention ending their Days among their old friends Shanesville. Or. Stinchcomb says Shanesville is Good enough for him. A brute not unknown threw stones at four ladies sitting 011 C. Law Baug ii a front Steps saturday evening. Had any the ladies been struck by the missiles if would have killed them instantly. It is a Weil known fact that this same Man beat his Mother in Law an elderly lady with a club and was arrested and fined for the same. Such a Man is a nuisance in the neighbourhood and a damage to the town. With such a Man at Large women arc not Safe and he ought to be sent to the state school at Columbus for discipline. Shanesville is brightening up and will soon be one the most prosperous As Well As prettiest Little villages in t he county. An immense amount improvement Lias been going the last few years. Every one who has the interest the town at heart has been painting rebuilding improving their lawns. Even our editor the Shanesville news has painted his shutters red that have been hanging unpainted for these two years. Professor Miller Richardson has opened his second term Normal school and has a Large attendance. Miss Catharine Haskins has returned from Union College and Speaks very highly it. Miss Kittie is one our prettiest and brightest Young ladies and the most successful teacher in our Public school. Fulloni nk4v Comek town h. O. Tucker to g. W. Vestal lot 26, Uhrichsville $650. C. H. Filing Luff to Magdalena Aye i Nau 1-5 acre Dover $350. Jacob b. Milligan to e. R. Rank 107$ acres Clay and Warwick $2,000. E. C. Grewell to Clarence Hogue 50 acres Washington $2,000. W. H. Westhafer to J. Mahaffey 4 acres Rush $130. Elizabeth Bierly to c. E. Saltier 95, Mineral City $1,000. C. E. Sattler to Louisa Sattler lot 95, Mineral City $l,0o0. G. J. Markley to Louisa Sattler 50 acres Sandy $100. Alfred Davis to Lydia a. Roudenbush 1-6 acre Mineral City $150. John Sattler to g. J. Markley Sandy $2,100. Geo. W. Flick Inginger to w. M. Tracy part lot 5, Mineral City $500. W. H. Steward it Al to Carrie Mcfarland lot 5, Mineral City $975. G. W. Woodborne to t. I. Healea part lot s7, Uhrichsville $1,050. Sheriff Bowers to Fahrney amp Geiser lot 223, Uhrichsville $1,850. Sheriff Bowers to p. Ii. Meyers it Aso 10-100 acres Franklin $2,310. M. Johnson to g. Baker 2 acres Rush $120. Maurice Moody to Sarah e. Jones lot 4, Dennison $200. Lueretia Gardner to the Goshen Coal company 3-100 acres Goshen $25. Mary Ilisson to Larvey Bietler acre new Philadelphia $600. J. C. Farber to John Zimmer lot 101, Mineral City $700. A. Ley it Al to a. A. Huston 31 7-10 acres Salem $1,000. R. Y. Patterson to Ben. Robinson is acres Oxford $562.50. Edmund Weber to Magdalena Weber lot 2, Dover $900. John Weber it Al to John Stadler 3 acres Dover $10. F11031 Pike Hun. Gust. Williams every body knows him for about three years a worthy employee this office but now with a. N. Kellogg 3 co. Of Cleveland is Here 011 a visit to his parents relatives and Many Fri ills in this City and especially his a a Best after an absence about a year he returns in a Good state preservation to remain about a week. Fri it wins. We desire to say to citizens that for years we have been Selling . Kings new discovery for consumption . Kings now life pills Bucklen a Arnica Salve and electric bitters and have never handled remedies that sell As Well that have Given such Universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time and we stand ready to refund the Purchase Price if satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won their great popularity purely 011 their merits. F. C. Miller amp songs druggists. Henry Coleman sentenced to two years in the Ohio Penitentiary As a United states prisoner from Texas failed to do his allotted work in the Bolt shop from physical weakness was punished in the ducking tub. Lie never rallied l rom the effects the punishment and died last Friday. Mrs. Beiter an aged widow lady canal Dover and Mother Joseph Beiter died saturday last from the injuries received in being thrown from a buggy about a month ago. The horse drawing the buggy ran away causing the Accident. She was taken to Lodi this state for interment tuesday. Sheriff Childs passed through Dennison last Friday with John l. Sullivan whom he held As a prisoner his Way to Mississippi. Governor Hill turned him Over to the Mississippi authorities lie was arrested in new York but Kil rain has not yet been arrested. Southern governor have Pluck and Are Hunting Down the prize fighters and their backers. George Watters a Young Man was killed by a wreck train below Edgefield Junction last wednesday. There is a double track for some distance there and the train had just gone Down that track and not expecting it to return was walking along unaware his danger doubtless feeling Safe because he was that track and consequently took no notice an approaching train. A double track misleads Many and Many deaths Are caused thereby. Halt Flatt Iii Pivot excursions. Will leave Chicago and Milwaukee via the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul railway for Points in Northern Iowa Minnesota South and North Dakota Montana Colorado Kansas and Nebraska August 6 and 20, september 10 and 24, and october 8, 1889. Tickets Good for return passage within 30 Days from Date Sale. For further information circulars showing rates fare maps Etc., address a. V. Ii. Carpenter general passenger agent Milwaukee wis. 32w4 forced to leave Home. Over go people were forced to leave their Homes yesterday to Call for a free trial package lanes family Medicine. If your blood is bad your liver and kidneys out order if you Are constipated and have headache and an unsightly complexion done to fail to Call 011 any druggist to Day for a free Sample tins grand remedy. The ladies Praise it. Everyone likes it. Large size packages 50 cents. Til nov. Houses for Sale. A number desirable residences m new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to soon. Enquire at times office. Last thursday morning de. Loleit attempted to shoot Jacob Hess a Man Over seventy years old. Floe Ftp a wife got a divorce from him last Winter and he has been going from bad to worse Ever since being under the influence liquor All tie time and late has become a perfect Sot. Or. Hess is the father in Law Hoeft. It is supposed that he intended to shoot mrs. Loeft but seeing her father thought he would shoot him he fired two shots one going through his hand and then hit him several times Over the head with a revolver. He was arrested and taken before mayor Crater who placed his Bond at two thousand dollars which he failed to give and was taken to jail 011 saturday. Joseph current living two Miles South Here died very suddenly last Friday morning and was buried saturday he leaves a wife and four children to mourn his loss. Mrs. Nettie Gardner and children returned saturday from a weeks visit with friends in Columbus. J. Ii. Mitchel esq., from canal Dover was in town Friday 011 Legal business. There was a festival at Kings school House saturday night and they had some fighting for desert several were knocked Down and one Young Man by the name Stewart was Cut with a knife three four times. There was a neat trick played one our coloured Barbers some time ago. It seems that Robert Davis a Man that cannot buy whiskey himself has been dealing some time with the Barber but it did not leak out until lately. He has been getting groceries and letting the Barber have them at about half Price. A few Days ago Davis wanted something to drink and the Barber wanted some sugar. Davis goes to r. L. Shoemakers for his sugar. Shoemaker having an idea what he was going to do with it instead giving him sugar tied up the same number pounds Salt. Davis not knowing the difference took the Salt and gave it to the Barber who in return gave him a pint alcohol. After he found out it was Salt he was a mad Darky. Davis father had him arrested and taken before the mayor who fined him ten dollars and Cost making it very costly sugar besides he is Lible to be arrested by some u. Marshal for Selling liquor without a License. O. I. A. W. Editor times a our town is booming. Our mines have been running full time. Men almost All nationalities Are Here and still coming. Aah a now have a population one thousand. Or. Kent one the proprietors and managers Brock ii ill mine has painted his part the town a a red a but we done to think it is because Harrison was elected. We have three stores Here where we can get our daily supplies. Three saloons where you can get All kinds refreshments from cold water Down to old Bourbon. Two restaurants with milk shake attachments. If you have any aches pains just Call at a. Oliver a Medicine and variety store where you can get from a Havanna Down to a Box pills. Or. Westerhold our physician has taken rooms in a. B. Beans Block and responds to every Call pay no pay just the kind a doctor we need. Yes we have a brass band three months old which keeps our Valley alive. They will hold a festival August 17th. All Are invited come and have a Good time. Julius. That the enemy Man is Man. That the fairest Flowers fade the soonest. That knowledge leaves no room for chances. That a Sealskin Jacque does not always keep the heart Warin. That when men Are lonely they stoop to any companionship. That the darkest Cloud often contains the most fruitful showers. That an open enemy is to be respected. And a secret one to be suspected. That the pure worship a pure heart is an inspiration and a song. That there May be loyalty without love but never love without loyalty. That a Golden key will often find the Way to unlock Many a secret drawer. That death is a sleepless messenger and life a Wakeful handmaid creation. That the finest feeling velvety paws the Kitten often cover the sharpest claws. That it is often More difficult to obliterate traces spilled Ink than drops spilled blood. That a doing As Well As you know How is All right if you always know How to do Well. That those who Are honest and Earnest in their honesty have 110 need to proclaim the fact. That it May be Well to test the condition the cats claws before stroking its fur the wrong Chicago mail. Inc solutions . At a meeting the committee the Royal Arcanum tie following resolutions were unanimously adopted 011 the death brother Richard Zielley who was for Many years an honoured member our order whereas Aye learn with deep feelings regret the death our late fellow member brother Richard Zielley whose life As a former citizen our Community and member our order was such As to command the highest degree respect from All who new him peso red that we extend to the widow children and relatives the deceased our Heartfelt sympathy in this the hour their sore bereavement in the loss husband father and Friend. Resolved that these expressions sorrow and sympathy be spread 011 the records our order and that a copy be Given to the family the deceased and the same Given the press for publication. Ii. A. A. Avalon e. A. Deardorff c. C. A Katy. Committee. The Bible antidote for full a festivals ail other questionable methods procuring Church funds. By Rev. Ii. A it Dowling. From 11 lavish dam. Editor times a a few lines from this Iod forsaken cider drink ing Church Community will probably interest some the readers especially the Church members who got drunk in old Lens barn. Boys and girls a remember the Sabbath Day and keep it Farmers Are cutting outs making Hay and picking blackberries. Aye will bet our dog that e. M. A Altz will get his work in going to town. We wonder if he was among the cider drinkers in the barn. The Corn has straightened up since the storm referred to last week and 110 longer a a looks like no More until the cider is gone. Ave know you. The verdict him Imam a ii suit druggist Bippus ind., testifies a a i can recommend electric bitters As the very Best remedy. Every bottle sold has Given n Lief in every Case. One Man took six bottles and was cured rheumatism ten years Abraham Hare druggist Bellville it Hio affirms a the Best Selling Medicine i have Ever handled in 20 years experience is electric thousands others have added their testimony so that the verdict is unanimous that electric bitters do cure All diseases the liver kidneys blood. Only half Dollar a bottle at f c Jiller a songs drug a woman a discovery. A regular land office business. Over 19,000,000 acres land were sold in the last fiscal year under the operation the Homestead and Timber culture Law. More than 154,000,000 acres have been settled in the last eighty years representing a larger area than the states Indiana Illinois Ohio and Michigan. The greatest changes have been made in the Northwestern group states and territories comprising Dakota Nebraska Minnesota avy Oming and Montana where nearly c0,-Ooujooo acres have been settled in the last few years. In the South Western group comprising Kansas Colorado Missouri and new Mexico nearly 30,000,-000 acres have been occupied. On the Pacific coast 19,000,000 acres More have been settled and 13,000,000 acres must be added for the Southern states both sides the Mississippi. Along tie Pacific roads is,000,000 acres have been opened since the last he is monthly. An ii us it Ort no decision. Sandusky july 29. An important decision was rendered in the common pleas court today in the cause the treasurer this county against the estate the late mrs. Mary Barneys to recover $4,700 Back taxes under the Law authorizing the county commissioners to employ an inquisitor to ferret out omissions from the tax duplicate for live years and empowering the auditor to place the omitted property 011 the duplicate and add a penalty Lor refusing to pay. The court held that the Law is unconstitutional. Similar cases have been tried in Cuya hoga Hamilton and other counties and in each Case the Law has been sustained. The plaintiff will take the Case to the circuit court which convenes Here in november. Prov. 3 6. A Honor the lord with thy substance and with the first fruits All thine increase so shall thy barn be filled with every evil must be prevented counteracted. It is not my present purpose to cry Down fairs and festivals but to substitute something far better in their Stead. Gods methods Are never questionable therefore let us inquire him concerning these things. There Are two sides to every question so with this one. These sides Are the human and the divine. There Are two voices against this evil a the voice god and the pious and devoted Christian. God will not do for Man what Man can do for the Church and its support is wholly in Many a hand. It is within the Power and Domain the Christian professors to bring to naught every method to secure Church moneys that is not in Harmony with gods methods and plans. God in his a Ord gives but one method by which his House and service Are to he supported and that method is the tithing system. Achy should one give one tenth his income to the Church and benevolent purposes the first and most important in a son is it is gods unrevealed Law and second because it pays. It pays in temporal As Well As spiritual Prosperity. God never requires anything unreasonable. Gods a Ord and its requirements make 110 provision for the impoverishment its adherents. The Bible settles beyond the probability a doubt How much we should give. Some christians will say we cannot afford it. I frankly say you cannot afford to give at least one tenth. I mean in actual Money offerings. It settles a questions a question duty. I affirm that 90 per cent will secure More for us under gods plan than 100 per cent by our own selfish plans and thereby withhold trom god what justly belongs to him. A a the Earth is the lords and the fullness thereof the world and they that dwell Etli god is the land owner this great estate not Only the land but the cattle 011 a thousand Hills. He says to us As tenants give me one part and you take nine. If a landlord should make such an offer As that lie would have a Hundred applicants in the next Twenty four hours. But because god Lias permitted us to keep our own accounts we think it not wrong to gather All and keep All. A a a ill a Man Rob god ? yet be have robbed me. But be say wherein have we robbed thee ? in tithe3 and but you say that was the jews. No my Friend it is us As Well As they. Are you guilty not guilty ? a May Are cursed with a curse for be have robbed me even this whole now to the antidote a a bring be All the tithes into the storehouse and prove me i Challenge you to find me a Man that keeps this Law who is not prospered to it my orally. Did you Ever hear know one but what has temporal and spiritual Prosperity ? thousands Farmers and business men have tried it and proven god thereby. If this one Law god were observed All our Church treasuries would be full and there would be no Appeal to fair and festival. The Bible from lid to lid Tea cities this doctrine. Abraham paid tithes so did Jacob and All the patriarchs. A the tithe is the lord s. Even Heathen nations paid tithes. The arabians plus Iii ians britons Kora grecian and Carthage in ans All these made those tithes their offerings to their gods. They were guided by an 1 clipped Light but Lod never comic timed this one act neither did Jesus for he said to the la it irises who boasted How carefully they titled everything a a these ought be to have the same reasons Are Given for tithing that Are Given for the Observance the Sabbath. God says keep one Day in seven for rest because we need it and it has often been demons rated that Man and beast As Well As machinery will accomplish More 111 six Days than in seven so he gives us the Rule for giving a we need Avedo ask god to explain How vegetation grows and How the Flowers Are painted so i think we should not ask him Why we should give the tenth. If we work ii 3iarriasre licenses granted. Milton Berkshire and Flora Newman. Edward Adolf and Sadie Fetters. Philip Frey and Minnie a Hitman. A sure investment. For Sale a Good second hand Phaeton i Loup make practically As Good As new and Cost $150. A ill sell Low want to buy a two seat Rig is the reason for a Selling. Inquire at the times office. 3t the c. Amp m. Ray co. Will run a grand excursion to Chippewa Lake a famous summer resort 011 the g l. Amp a. Re a a 011 thursday August 15th, at very Low round trip rates. See Small Bills. Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results in Case failure a return Purchase Price. On this Safe plan you can buy from our advertised druggist a bottle . King s new discovery for consumption. It is guaranteed to bring Relief in every Case when used for any affection Throat lungs Chest such As consumption inflammation lungs bronchitis asthma whooping cough croup Etc., Etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to taste perfectly Safe and can a ways be depended upon. Trial bottles free at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. A another wonderful discovery Lias been made and that tool Gay a lady in this county. Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for seven years she withstood its severest tests but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent. For three months she coughed incessantly and could not sleep. She bought us a bottle . Kings new discovery for consumption and was so much relieved 011 taking first dose that she slept All night and with one bottle has been miraculously cured. Her name is mrs. Luther thus write w. C. Hamrick amp co., Shelby n. a free trial bottle at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. Jackson miss., july 24. Superintendent Tyler the Queen a Crescent route at new Orleans was arrested to Day 011 governor Lowry a requisition for assisting and abetting in the recent prize fight. Or. Tyler telegraphed to governor Lowry this afternoon for permission the officers to bring him Here via Meridian Over the Queen a Crescent Road but the governor refused the request and telegraphed the agent the state to obey orders and bring him directly Here via the most direct line which is the Illinois Central. The governor says he has no favors to Render no promises to make and no apologies to offer. A Gootel Chance for Sale a splendid Stock merchandise located 111 a town about 1200 inhabitants with Good Railroad facilities. Stock is practically new and will invoice $4,500. The party has a splendid Trade. Ill health the reason for Selling. This is decidedly a Good Chance for any one to engage in the mercantile business. Terms part Cash and part time secured 110 Trade. For information address the times office. 27tf three Good improved farms in Rice county Kansas 160 acres each to Exchange for Good property in Tuscarawas county. This land compares favourably with Tuscarawas Valley lands. Also an 80 acre tract Well improved land two mile from a Good town and Railroad. A Good neighbourhood one fourth a mile to Church and school. All the above farms arc Well located and can be exchanged fair terms. Address the times office new Philadelphia Ohio. 27 Chaser so Barley malt whisky is stimulating and nourishing to the consumptive the old and feeble. It is absolutely pure. Sold by a. Bippus amp son new Philadelphia. _ 31w4 any person in need a first class typewriter should not fail to write to. W. Rolli Stone greek o., for catalogue and Sample writing the world typewriter. 365 Days in the year and give the mind Nind soul none the machinery the body mind and soul will be its own loser so if to do not give As god a directed we shall be the loser thereby for a a whatsoever a Man Soweto that shall he tithing is a syf4�?op and a strictly business system too. It is right in the line Faith and duty. A it is More blessed to give than to this system is the Only satisfactory Way for conscience is not always a True moral guide especially when it como3 to giving. Men always have conscience in receiving hut not in giving. It seems to me that the blessings coming from this system Are almost wholly temporal. It is then not so much a moral question As a question political Economy. A ill it pay ? surely it will for god declares. A Honor the lord with thy substance so shall thy barns be filled with a the Liberal soul shall be made fat and he that water eth shall be watered also a give and it shall be Given unto you Good measure pressed Down shaken together and running a a and i will rebuke the devourer for your Sakes and he shall not destroy the fruit your ground neither shall the Vine cast her fruit before the time in the Field Saith the lord this same Rule giving is the Rule both new and old testament. The Church fathers such As Origen Jerome Augustine Hriso Stem and others give evidence its practice in their time. Four million Lay men have been interrogated As to its merits and All have declared in its favor. The testimony All is it pays. As you Are better off in your temporal affairs for keeping the Sabbath so you will be in keeping this Law for it is gods Law. Gods Laws Are equitable and right. God keeps his the average income every Man woman and child in the United states is fifty live cent per Day which would be continued fourth Page

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