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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 21, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday one Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing 01 every description done Short notice. Your favor solicit d. New Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. Lye a. 81 00 $ 2 00 83 00 8 5 00 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday August 21, 1890. Number 34. 5s it Ltd it w 30 a s-5 a a 6 Xhu Cic Tco d a i a a a Rac Etc a 1 g for r too -2 cd full inn j a z u c 2s cd a in i it1 a Al v a a it s a a r. A 1 n. C a a a i j 1 w it 2 z Volt a h Ofa it 1 a a a s it a x i a i ii a r. I i p w per Uco j a r 1 a z 1 a "z3 pm a c x ,5 i c4r-x-Rco i / it r. X he a x q to ?7 a i a 1-3ck51 1 a Quot sgt it 7t it e so x a g is go c p 3 new Philadelphia times. Samuele Oore editor and proprietor thu us a by August 21, 1890. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 editorial it a otes. Charley Pratt a murderer was taken from jail at Blair Nebraska by a and Hung. A a the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.$1.00 if not paid within three mods 1.50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. 43-address All matter intended for publication to Tiik times. A so 3-1 be Pittsburg it. Wayne amp Chicago Railroad condensed time table inflect May 18 4� trains depart from Alliance As follows Central Lime going West no. 1. Fast m 9. Chicago express. 10--6 a 151 11. 3. Mail express. �?o50 going Eab t no. 3. Fast line. 3-�j> a in 14. Accommodation. It a do a in 4. Mail. 5-10 10. Fast 9-10 20. Day express.110-30 p a 0. Alliance accommodation a kit trains leave Alliance for Niles and Youngstown at 5 a a 12-45 a a and 30 . Arrive at Alliance from Niles and Youngstown at 9-50 . 4-30 and 8-00 . Not go no. 3 has Pullman Palace sleeping cars through to Chicago. For time tables rates fare through tickets and baggage checks and further information regarding t he running t Rains apply to the ticket agent Alliance Ohio. A daily i daily except sunday daily except monday. E a. For general pass and ticket agent. Joseph Wood manager Pittsburgh a. Democratic judicial convention. The committee the eighteenth and nineteenth districts met at Cambridge Ohio tuesday july 29th, 1890 and decided to hold the next Democrat District convention at Newcomerstown Ohio thursday sept., 11th. 1890. At 1 clock a in for the purpose nominating one candidate for member state Board equalization and transact such other business As May come before the convention. The representation in said convention will be based the vote gov. James e Campbell for 1 89, and will entitle each county to one Delegate for every 100 voters and one Delegate for every fraction 50 More votes cast for James e Campbell As follows coshocton.34 Guernsey.24 Monroe .37 Tuscarawas.53 Noble part .11 w. Ii. Mccabe wire Hamilton Secretary. Chairman. The democratic ticket. For congressman fourteenth District James w. Owens Licking county. The p. Amp St. Louis railway. 1 an handle Toute. Schedule taking effect june 15,1890. Going West. Trains depart from the p. U. A St. Louis de pot l Uhrichsville Junction As follows expire Acom expire expire expire expire expire a con a every a through to pit sub is and 8 cars at Lac for til h ets and a Nung to Vilie j urn Gen. Joseph y. Dation 11-v 5-21. 12-p 11 p in it i from i . Pull to tables rates fur her i Formati m re ins apply to ticket Ohio. A tick tier i i e. A. Ford and ticket agent. Pittsburg a. Gen. Manager Pittsburg a. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect May 18, 1820. Going East. For probate judge Jasper ii. Mitchell Dover. For clerk courts John Donahey Perry. For recorder 1iugit t. Minn is Goshen. For prosecuting attorney James g. Patrick Goshen. For county commissioner a i am Miller Oxford. For Surveyor Oliver in. Hoover Goshen. For infirmary director James m. Porter Mill. For Coroner Ball d. Downey Goshen. England proposes to submit to arbitration the Seal fishery disputed in Behring sea. No doubt that the question will be settled amicably. The labor strike the new York Central Railroad has already Lead to bloodshed. Pinkerton detectives armed Are employed by the Road but they act like boys and have fired at people without cause. The Federal election Bill cannot pass this session and probably never will for it is worse than a Liberal minded republicans can stand and there seem to be several in the Senate. California is in Luck this year. That state has a Large fruit crop while the fruit crop is a failure nearly every where else and the demand for California fruit is so great that prices Are fabulous and will make fortunes for the californian. An English company has purchased 50,000 acres tin lands in California for $350,000. Yes and the Mckinley Bill puts a duty tin plate what for to Toster and build up this English company at the expense All the people the i United states both Rich and poor. The poor Man should take notice. Or. J. W. Hopkins postmaster at l Uhrichsville will turn Over the office to his successor . Finley Johnston saturday night this week. Or. Hopkins has been a first class postmaster kind and obliging even the republicans were sati it lied with his administration. Or. Hopkins retires a few months before his term expires. Yet to remained Over a year under the Republican administration. He Speaks in High terms Iii sure . We wish . Hopkins Success in whatever business undertaking ii May engage. The Pioneer Brens an influential paper published by a coloured Man in Martins Burg w. Ya., in the interest the coloured race takes a decided stand against the Lodge Bill. In the Issue August it says a you May pass All the Federal Lection Bill but Tivey will do us time for the Republican the weeks doings. The weeks doings. Laski d sue alter tue i to 1, us Sion can Iii �?�0 a Ana dec else a. Usu a in cowhide has gone up m new Vox leather k. Northern potatoes Are Selling at Oklahoma at $1.50 per Bushel. Stations. I Vail express j local. Leave new 6 25 . 2 00 . 1 00 . Canal Dover.,. 3o 210 a a 110 a a Zoar. 7 15 a a 2 25 a a 2 00 a a Mineral Point. 7 to 2.11 a a 2 15 a a Magnolia. 8 00 a a 2 40 a a 2 r>9 Waynesburg. 8 1 1 a a 2 old a 3 0 Malvern. 8 35 a a 3 01 a a 3 25 Oneida. 8 45 a a 3 0o a a 3 Minerva. 9 00 a a 315 a a 3 45 a a arrive 3 25 a a 3.55 a a Bayard. 9 20 a a Alliance. 10 00 a a 4 2o a a Cleveland. 12 50 . 6 35 Well mile. 1210 a a 1 4 50 a a Bellaire. -1 50 a a 8 05 a a. Pittsburgh. 2 20 a a 7 00 a a 1. The territory Oklahoma has gone Republican by a Small majority. The legislature is very close. At Xenia the other Day while threshing a terrible crash was heard in the barn caused by dynamite. Loss $800 and two souls. Going West. Stations. Mail. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. 610 . 12 45 . Bellaire. 4 40 10 10 Wellsville. 8 15 2 40cleveland. 8� 00 1 15 Alliance. 10 25 3 10 Bayard. 10 55 4 13 7 to . Minerva. 11 03 4 25 7 25 Oneida. 11 12 4 36 7 55 Malvern. 11 17 4 43 8 15 Waynesburg. 11 28 5 00 8 55 Magnolia. 111 33 5 07 9 20 Mineral Point. 111 41 5 27 9 55 Zoar. 11 53 5 35 10 10 canal Dover. 12 10 6 00 to 40 arrive new Philadelphia l2 20 6 15 ill 00 All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers Tor the West connect at Alliance with trains the a great fort Wayne route a running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. Fixa me tables rates fare etc., apply to t f . Agent new Philadelphia. Ohio. Jose 11 i woo e. A. Ford a general manager. Uen. 1 As. A t Pittsburgh. A. You choose harm. The arty to have was immediately y we Are opposed cause it is an Dority and we Are Erci it u suffrage rights be am Riean citizens. When a Gin to save their v the. In children everything will come to them. 13 a great Many our citizens went to Zoar sunday sight seeing. Mrs. Gustaff Corner Ray and Walnut St a has started a boarding House. T. E. Raiff ha3 a Fine line tobacco and cigars in the old Post office room. The Light heeled dance in Eagle Hal last wednesday evening was Well attended. The Mendleson concert in the m. E. Church thursday night last was Well patronized. Al. Getz had an artery in left wrist severed by a piece Sheet Iron at the Mill thursday night. The urchins Eye to Day will be thus The Bummer a head to Morrow will feel thus . And mrs. Isaac i Hendershott entertained a number friends at their Home Friday evening. Send in your orders for Job work to the times office. We can do it quickly neatly and at Lea Honable prices the merry go a round is Here coining Money. Little boys Are not afraid to venture around a a Dummy horses. A new open Streamer Street car was placed the track last week and a great Many went openly to Dover. Jake Horn at canal Dover has the finest Cash Register in the state. Jake knows when he has something Good. The n. P. Gray a and Uhrichsville shamrocks played Ball saturday and the game stood 18 to 9, in favor our boys. _ sheriff goes r took Wesley Cordery convicted rape to the Ohio Penitentiary Friday last. He goes up for six years. Charley son Jake Horn at canal Dover is conceded to be one the finest Bakers in the county lie is hard to Excel. You can hear some the finest vocal and instrumental music at lutheran Church Friday night. Admission 10 and 15 cents. Gies the old German Corn doctor Youngstown Ohio is at the Sherman House. Camp meeting at new Cumberland Ohio beginning sunday August 24th, and ending August 31st, 1890. The National g. A. Wil be held in Boston August 12th to loth. Low rates via the Pennsylvania lines. 30w3 . Eckart who has been working in the Dennison Yards for a few Days had his foot crushed by the cars. Amputation was necessary. Do you want a bargain by purchasing a House and lot 33x204 within 10 Days you now have a Chance. Inquire at the times office. 32tf. To rent a 11 room House cellar Cistern City water grate fires and sprinkler for Street about october first. Inquire at clerks office. 33tf for cheap rates and Quick time going West Call address j. Milar agent Cleveland amp Pittsburgh Ray new new Philadelphia Ohio. 34tf Send to d. Foster for Premium list Uhrichsville and Dennison Liberal premiums Are offered and arrangements have been made for a great time. 33w3 the lutheran Sabbath school will hold a picnic at Zoar next thursday the 28th. The great Eastern military band will accompany the school. All Are invited. Personal mention. J. From Cadwallader. Hattie Getz is visiting Niles o.,friends. Or. Jacob Degrief this City is in Columbus. Minnie Fox Uhrichsville is visiting Daisy Dodd. Or. Hugh Patrick is visiting his parents and sister. Mrs. Boothe entertained a few friends thursday evening. Mrs. Arthur Smith Cleveland is visiting relatives in this City. Mrs. Or. Knisely and children spent a few Days in the past week. We. Kaserman Cleveland is visiting relatives Here and in canal Dover. James Grund now carries his right in a Sling. He had acc Dently been a Carriage at Minerva and had Liis Collar Bone thrown from last thursday broken. To Aal War. To t Gisia Tion f race h t coerce it a a Young v. Berg to was taken to Plum last a it Oman by the name jail station who is insane the Columbus insane Asek by sheriff Goeler. There will be a y. A. Meeting in their rooms thursday evening at 8 clock for the purpose talking Over matters in relation to gymnasium and Reading rooms. Those interested in the y. A. Work Are cordially invited to attend. Or. And mrs. Niles assisted by mrs. Hardesty Columbus mrs. J. Read and others will give a concert at the lutheran Church Friday evening aug. 22d, in the interest the ladies Aid society. An excellent program will be carried out. Ail Are cordially solicited to attend. Admission�?10-15 cents. Miss Bell Knisely is visiting in Newcomerstown the guest miss Ella me Cleary. Mrs. John Schumacher Canton is visiting at the residence John Eckert this City. _ mrs. Callie Everett Smith Cleveland is visiting her Mother and sister in this place. _ mrs. Isaac ill Mick Corner West and front Street is very sick malaria trouble. Miss Ella Price returned Home last saturday after a stay seven weeks in Boston. _ mrs. Will. Smith and daughter Helen were guests mrs. George Welty one Day last Jno. I. Laughead is suffering severely from lung trouble which is telling him rapidly. Mrs. Jacob Dick who has been quite 111 the past week is we Are pleased to learn convalescing. Virgil Degraff Lima Ohio son Jacob Degrief arrived Home sunday sick malarial fever. Vil band posed tire rage six Leoil pieces treated our citizens with sovino excellent music sunday while route to Coney Island. Cleveland and Marietta Ray in effect May 11, 1890. Goilo South. Stations. Going North. No. 5. No. 3.1 no. 1 i i no. 2 i no. 4 500pu 612 1115 am . 230 pm i23i>p.\i Akron. 114 658 100 745 805 128 pm45 am 230 253 303 Quot Iii. Canton. Toledo. Lava tic a in anal Dover 1223 620 1145.0 1122 700 pm it to >8l>5 4550 1112 Hgt a in 820 309 555 Blackband. 1106 1620 825 315 fikh Philipsburg 1100 615 836 327 ton Wolf a. 1047 602 813 337 620 no motown 1040 555 852 317 630 Post boy. Li�29 545 858 9o3 354 637 Guernsey. 1022 538 359 642 Kimbolton. 1017 533 912 4i <9 651 Millers. Loos 523 819 416 6&Quot a Oldham a. 1001 516 92.3 425 702 Cambridge. 955 510 441 724 Byersville. 932 453 454 737 it pleasant 919 440 500 743 Glenwood. 913 433 506 749 759 Ava. 907 427 516 526 Belle Valley 858 418 809 Caldwell. 848 408 i 533 815 Dudley. 1 s3s 358 i 540 821 South Olive 832 352 545 827 Dexter city827 347 552 834 Macksburg 820 340 559 841 Elba. 813 i32 612 i 853 Warner. 759 318 622 903 j Whipple. 849 308 637 918 Stanley. 733 if 253 643 924 Haywood. In 247, 700 i. 940 Marietta. 710 230 1043 1 la Parks by 1 225 140 pm there arc 083 Coal mines in Ohio 20, 323 miners total capacity mines 20,438,211 tons. In seven counties mining is done by machinery which displaced 1,500 men. A simultaneously with the Senate a passage the steamship subsidy Bills came the Purchase by an English Syndi Cate the Roach ship Yards and the Wheeler ship Yards in Saginaw. While a Bill greatly increasing the duties and Cement is pending in Congress English syndicates buy up american works and Cement Mills. We arc not quite sure whether English capitalists bought american manufacturing plants and then subsidized the Mckinley Frye commutes whether the american owners subsidized the me Kinh v and Frye committees in order to extort higher prices from the English capitalists. Whichever Way it was the Tariff and subsidy legislation promises to Benefit Only a Small number International Democrat. Yes the Tariff Oil tin plate has induced English capitalists to buy up the tin mining territory largely. These English syndicates Are to be enriched by a tax tinware the Burden which Falls heavily the poor. Quito an interesting controversy being carried Oil through the reporter be Wei a John a. Hostetler and a party signing himself a a it seems to us though that . Hostetler in the last weeks reporter has fairly answered the fact that the town would have the fee simple title and Reeves Bros Only an equity redemption title which is in effect the same to the town As a mortgage the premises and which gives the town the same Powers restraint against interfering with the machinery that a mortgage would give is All the Protection necessary. A condition precedent before re conveyance can be made is to satisfy the corporation that All terms the contract liars been complied with binds the Reeves Bros. If Dover kicks we would suggest that our Council try to perfect a contract with Reeves Bros. Ini. Congleton now has his completely furnished the Only tiling lacking was a Bright eyed girl baby and that came there last Friday evening. We. Terris canal Dover had the misfortune to lose his left while coupling cars Pittsburgh fort Wayne and Chicago railway a few Days ago. The Sham Battle and reunion at Uhrichsville september 4th, the third Day the fair will be a big attraction As everybody is going for Miles around. The ladies old town m. E. Church will give a crazy Tea and ice Cream social at the Church saturday August 30th, 1890. Tea served at 5 p. The Public cordially invited. We Are sorry to learn that mrs. Mary Shetler Mother mrs. Bruj. Emerson has been ill for a few Days past with heart trouble. Hopes Are entertained for her Early recovery. House time. A late major Phi Lade i bus Ini 83 v. J Ohnson i. Mui Takt cashier have Takt for the s. Kaldenbaugh it a the mrs. Daniel Donnell and her granddaughter miss Nano Botthe Are visit ing relatives in Massillon. Miss Nina marshal Chicago and miss Cummings Carrollton were guests miss Clara Custer. John Kibby and wife Tallapoosa a. Are visiting at the residence Wesley Welty and wife this City. Institute resolutions. I til i the the r. S Roc Christian Deis has been Down to Jeannette this week looking after the land investment our Dover syndicates. When Philip Deis steered them to that speculation he put thou ands dollars into their pockets. One party Bias sold enough to reimburse them entirely and still have three fourths their property. The Otic Syndicate sold seven lots for $10,00t they had paid $2,800. That kind profit Ood As a Gold pretty near Porter. They have been very valuable citizens to canal Dover too. They have had something to do with nearly every Enterprise in the place. A few such citizen Are Worth More to a town than a Hundred who arc Al Wajs a objecting and kicking lost the town tax them a cent for general improvement in the place. U. S. Senators Cowan Fowler and Sharon gov. Shannon Ohio Hon. John a. Bingham Joseph Ray author arithmetic were educated at Franklin College new Athens Ohio. One our Young married men with cry Kaldenbaugh new has associated himself a i Essres. A. 1>. And S. Dennison Deposit Bank position assistant m l. K a id e n Bau g i i at the hotel Bovey it. We Welcome them to the society our Little City and Hope they will be pleased with their . Or. H. H. Zortman Maysville o., Only brother mrs. G. W. Gouldy this City died last week Quick consumption. The doctor was a practitioner at one time in this county and was an Able Young Man and an excellent citizen. The funeral took place at Lebanon Ohio monday. Or. And mrs. George w. Goudy attended the funeral. Or. Zortman has Many friends in this county who regret his untimely departure. We Are pleased to make mention this week that next month will make 25 years since Adam Leiser started in the touring Mill business and acting As superintendent Lor a. Beyer. Or. Beyer is to 1 a congratulated securing the services so honorable an expert As . Leiser in the milling business. We extend to . Leiser our hand for Success and May he still continue to Prosper in the future As he has in the past. He has at present the Rev station being one tie Best Mill it is in the state. Success Adam. Or. And mrs. Goo. Welty new Philadelphia spent sunday last with l Uhrichsville . Mrs. Lola Brown new Philadelphia is spending a few weeks with her parents . And mrs. George m. Johnson this Village. An ice Cream festival was Given in Honor . H. Brill last saturday evening All seemed to enjoy themselves and the general expression All in attendance was that the affair was a very pleasant occasion. Westchester like most All other villages cannot persist in letting the course True love run smooth and verily be pugilistic Energy must unveil their combative Powers. So it was in a Case not Long happening and had it not been for the softening and wielding influence feminine Power it is difficult to determine what the result might have been. Miss Jennie Wallace has returned Home from her Northern trip accompanied by miss Jennie Stewart Uhrichsville Ohio. Or. Al. Dugan was the guest . Wallace saturday evening Ana sunday. The Timber that was felled the farm Adam Dunlap by the Cyclone is being manufactured into lumber by Lanning amp Quillin under the supervision ii. Ii. Ripley. Or. N. Crawford was the recipient a Beautiful bouquet probably the last the season the donor was mrs. Roby. A. Horn is having the old roof his dwelling replaced by an Iron one which adds much to the external appearance his residence. Quite an interesting game base Ball was played Here last saturday week. Between the Westchester nine and Gilmore and owing to foul weather the game was called at the 0th inning the score was 3 to 4, in favor Gilmore. Mrs. Emma Studges Carrolton is spending a few months with her Mother mrs. Elizabeth Mears. Or. Lamb is spending a few Days in the Village Ere his departure to Paoli where he has been employed by ii. Scott in the mercantile business. Or. George Wallace who has been rendered homeless by the departure his friends has been adopted by Jacob Olvins. The w Ood work the new school building in no. 5, has been awarded to John Tyler and the work erection will commence Ere Long. Bingham Tompson says he will Start West by the 1st september where he expects to make his future Home. As b. Bias made several trips Over the Western wilds undoubtedly he has sited upon some fabulous Elysium grandeur t. Sioen a summer House has been completely destroyed by recent wind and rain storms. X. Y. Z. Ff.03i Dundee. The following resolutions were unanimously adopted by the teachers Institute in session in this City last week we the teachers Tuscarawas county in annual Institute assembled express our appreciation the benefits derived from the various instructions and exercises these sessions in the following declarations and resolutions. 1. We rejoice in the unusually Large enrolment both teachers and visitors and the Large per cent regular attendance and recognize these features As Happy indications increasing interest in the cause education and a growing desire among teachers to prepare themselves for the great and precious duties and responsibilities our Noble profession. We rejoice in the prevailing tendency shown to adopt improved educational methods and develop broader culture deeper patriotism purer morals and higher motives in both teachers and pupils. We rejoice in tie increasing liberality the Public in providing commodious school buildings with conveniences for the preservation health and for Good physical development. And in All these rejoicings we Are encouraged in our Resolution to go Forward with firmer Trust in the fatherhood god and the brotherhood Man. 2. Our keen enjoyment most the amusing and entertaining treats an elocution Ary and musical character with which we have been so kindly favored is accompanied with the Hope that we May not be Content with Mere amusement but May be led to the development a Keener taste for the pure and Noble 111 poetry music and eloquence. 3. We recommend that All teachers subscribe for one More the educational periodicals giving such preference As May seem due to those our own state and Endeavor to increase the interest in them by occasionally contributing an article any interesting nov it rip not with Wiloh Thuja Mojo Mout 4. We revive repeat and emphasize Resolution in this Institute in its session 1888 As follows that we endorse and recommend a uniform course study in our country schools and that we urge the boards education to take such immediate Steps As will bring about this desired result. And we also reaffirm the second Resolution last years session in favor the compulsory education Law. 5. We express our sincere thanks to the officers and the various committees the Institute for their faithful and efficient s to ices to the instructors for their earn St labors in our behalf to the important mention. The new trans Continental route 1 a the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul Ray and the Northern Pacific r. Commencing sunday june 15, 1890, there will be established a through line Vestibule Pullman sleeping cars running daily Between Chicago Milwaukee St. Paul Halena Montana Spokane Falls Tacoma and Seattle Washington and Portland Oregon making the fastest time to and from All Points puget sound and the North Pacific coast and affording an excellent throw route for pase Enges destined to California Points. West bound trains will leave Union passenger station Corner Adams and canal streets Chicago daily at 5 30 pm., arriving St Paul 7 00am, Fargo 4 55 pm., Halena 1 15 , Spokane Falls 5 30 pm., Tacoma 10 50 .,Seattle 11.45a.m., Portland 0 30 pm. These trains will carry All classes passengers and will also provide the. Finest d ining Quot ear Spry a Between Chicago Ana the Pacific coast. Trains All lines front the East arrive in Chicago in ample time to make connection with the 5 30 . Train from Chicago. In addition to the foregoing special Pullman bleeping cars for famous Yvel lows tone Park will be attached to these trains thus affording during the summer months a direct through car Lino to the worlds wonderland and the Lake Park Region the Northwest. Time 48 hours to Mammoth hot Springs hotel. The advantage to be secured by purchasing through tickets via a route composed such favourably known and Well established lines As the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul and Northern Pacific railways must be apparent to All first class travellers. For sleeping car reservations through tickets time tables and further information apply at City office Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul Ray at no. 207 Clark St., Union passenger station Chicaro. Or address f. A Miller a at a p. A., c., m. Amp St. Ray Chicago 111. We. Kelley jr., trav. Pas. Agt., St. P. Ray room 25 Clinton Block 30 Columbus Ohio. Take Cave there is d insurer in allowing inactivity the kidneys to grow through neglect. The deadly Shoals Brights disease and diabetes will wreck the goodly bark health if Board education that rth it Tii de. Laugh cud is Home again. reports and the facial expression he must Lave had a Good time in the North. Miss kit Shull who has been visiting her father m Pueblo Colorado the past two months came Home thursday. Or. P. Glatfelter Bellaire Ohio has been visiting friends and relatives in this City for the past few weeks. Our it Kinc til 111 >1111 to i a Statuti n a has come at As Well As Farmer cd did rain miss Yin Smith Uhrichsville who has been visiting her Cousin miss Welty the past week has returned Home. John Sharp wife and family Lorain Are visiting their parents Here and will stay to see the elephant to Day. Mrs. Jos. Arney and daughter Maud returned Home tuesday evening after a delightful visit two weeks at Kent. A incl 3 wife and babies became inflated a saturday and one his companions barely saved him from being run Over by a L. A w. Ray train. Llyl knit it s Atli annual excursion to in outs West september Atli. 1390. A done to Stop. Flag stations. Trains no. 2 and no. O run daily and carry through Sleeper Between Cleveland Baltimore a through coaches trains no. 2.3, and 5 be tween Marietta Canton Akion Cleveland hic lose connections made at Marietta with 0-w. B., t. Amp Sex. By. Z a 0. In and Olio River packets at Cambridge with a amp A. T. Wikoff Gen manager. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises bores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Money ref imbed Price 25 cents Der Box. For Sale by f. C Miuor a son. 6y2 a a an interesting description a court scene in Perry county ky., was published last week. It was the first time that a court had been held in the county for two years owing to the lawlessness the people. The court was held in a tent because incendiaries had burned the court House Down. One the leading members the bar present had returned for the first time since he was shot in the leg through a window and warned to leave at once which warning he complied with. The town was garrisoned with militia. The roads were picketed. The court tent was full soldiers to protect the judge who declared that his life was in danger. The charge to the jury wounded the feelings several the spectators so much that they had to be disarmed. In the course his remarks to the grand jury the judge mentioned the fact that 500 murderers had been committed in the county. A a Perry county i3 Republican by a Good Deal More than a two thirds majority. Of these careless and Happy mountaineers who take life so easily 099 voted Lor . Harrison and Only 290 for . Cleveland. As far Back As 1ss0 the vote was divided in much the same ratio Between Garfield and Hancock and in the state election last year the Republican candidate for state treasurer got 510 and the democratic candidate Only 248.�?� one fare for the round trip. Palace Pullman and chair cars throw without change. Embrace the Golden opportunities take a trip in a Palace. Visit your friends see the country and be Happy. Write at once and secure your tickets so that accommodations can be reserved for you this excursion which will run the handsomest train that Ever left Ohio. S. Belknap excursion agent p. O. Box g74, new Philadelphia. 32w5 Pioneer meeting. Mars l Dan Sweaney received Ostal card from we. Starr Leetonia Ohio to keep a look out for a Brown Mare 3 years old that was stolen. Also to look after the thief. No clue so far. Michael Reed a puddle arrested and jailed charged with burglar izing Springer amp Gilgen a bottling works taking therefrom a pair boots and shoes belonging to Simon Gilgen. Arrested by marshal Sweaney. Remember the grand concert in lutheran Church Friday night. Admission 10 and 15 cents. For Benefit Church. Professor Niles and family assisted by a coterie musical artists will make up the program. Died at Fremont o., August 11th / s90, mrs. Fannie ii. Dickinson wife . L. A. Dickinson that City aged 29 years and 11 months. The death this lady was a great Surprise and the cause sincere sorrow to her numerous friends and acquaintances in new Philadelphia where she was born and reared. She was the second daughter the late a has. 11. Mitchener and was married to . Dickinson a member i a prominent Fremont family Jan. 25, 1880. Mrs. Died in child bed it being her third confinement and leaves Twu Little daughters tender years to mourn a mothers watchful care. Deceased was a member St. Pauls episcopal Church in Fremont where the remains were interred monday last week followed by attendant relatives and a Large concourse the citizens who testified their regard by a profusion Floral offerings. The writer knew mrs. Fannie Mitchener Dickinson from childhood and mingles his sincere sympathies with relatives and friends. A but though Earth a fairest blossoms die and All beneath the skies is vain there is a brighter world High beyond the reach care and mrs. Lucie Vancil and daughter from the West arrived in this City wednesday evening a visit with her parents and sister. Or. George Iler who is travelling with a Medicine company from Marion v Hio is visiting friends and relatives in this City. _ . J. T. Of Donnell has returned from Cleveland very much improved in health and is now Abie for business again. Of allege wit ii rela misses Carr Kohr attendee last week. The a a Leal last and the n remarks a a Sph last monday was miss Maggie Adams birthday. Her Many friends called in the evening and made it one Long to be remembered. Such Good music and singing it was no wonder the Young people lingered until late. The leading topic conversation is the Trail picnic next saturday in flecks Grove. The m. E. Sunday school proposes having a festival in the evening. Now is the time to visit your country relatives and Dine a a roasting ears and Elderberry pie. Or. Geo. Mckean is visiting his parents. Miss Jennie Lemon it. Union was the guest miss May Mckean last week. Prof. Yanney and wife it. Union visited his father . Jacob Yanney recently. Mis. We. Adams jr., was the guest miss Gussie Springer sunday. Or. Fred. Walter Barros Mills was in town saturday. Ask Frank Schwarm to direct you to w. Burris Coal Bank. More anon. City Chaiho to Liber who entertain in new pm iliac in us and it stay among in 010 ulu Dili them the newspapers this City 0l building to Long houses for a rates to All is Ted in the a Van during Tii ate to the peo for the interest re thus Makii _ pleasant and to All that advertised our Institute and noted its Progress and results. And we tender to . Trendy our special and sincere thanks for his kindness in unfolding to us the beauties the higher classes literature and science implanting within us a desire to Rise to a higher sphere culture and a better knowledge the science and Art True education. 0. As teachers who have experienced the pleasure and Benefit to be derived from a regular professional course stud we will strive to Advance the cause the T. C., faithfully pursue the subjects assigned us by the Board control and thus enable oui selves to More thoroughly prepare our pupils for the purposes human life. E. Keller e. L. Mcmurray e. Blair i. Ii. Officer Flora Schmitz. Allowed to Drift rudderless up it the bladder too if inactive a Cious medication does not direct the Helm toward the porn will he whelmed by the Quie disease. In selecting a diuretic Choice fall upon Hostetter a bitters which stimulates to organs without irritating and them two effects to be App from the in medicated stimuli sorted to. These have a Sci j mrs. Thornburg and Sonny after a two weeks visit tics in new Philadelphia left i riday fur their Home. The secret Beauty mrs. Home at the Eye uni graph. S. Harmount the children a near canal Dover was a guest hotel Bovey a few hours last a Day her Way the ninth annual meeting the Tuscarawas county Pioneer association will be held at Uhrichsville o., Friday the 22d Day August 1890, at 10 clock a. M., continuing through the Day. You will not be disappointed in the entertainment that will be Given you for we expect to have addresses from Many and some in particular that Wil be very interesting. Come you that Are old and you that Are Young bring your wives and your daughters bring your baskets Well filled and be prepared to have a regular social Pic Nic and an old time gathering where we can review Over the past and Lay plans for the future that will make these annual gatherings a Well Spring pleasure and More interesting As the years Roll by. Or. W. My Caulley press to. U. Dead off Sec a. The 126th regiment V. I., which runes at Bolivar thursday 2sth inst., cordially invites Andrew Crawford Post g. A. R., this City to be present and participate in their reunion. A Good time is anticipated. A sunday school reunion will be held at Ragersville saturday september a 1890, under the supervision g. S. S. And the band. German and English speaking excellent music both vocal and instrumental. All Are cordially invited. We the u. S. Medicine show monday night at canal Dover and we dare say it is equal to any fifty cent show that travels. They have an 80-ft, round top Canvas and receive Large crowds nightly to witness their performances. In All it is a Fine specially troupe and furthermore All gentlemen. Resolutions respect. The following resolutions were adopted by new Philadelphia Lodge no. 107 i. O. O. F., aug. 19th, 1890. Resolved that by the death our brother Philip Getzman for Many years an Earnest member our order our Lodge has lo3t one its Best members his family a devoted husband and father and the Community a Good citizen. Resolved that we extend our heart Felt sympathies to the bereaved family ant. Mourn with them the loss we All have suffered by his death. Resolved that these resolutions be published in the papers our town and spread upon the minutes our Lodge and a copy thereof be sent to the bereaved family our departed brother. Jas. A. D. Richards John Joss r. J. W. Dodd. Committee. Gust. Williams after a visit in this Ity a couple weeks with parents and Many friends returned to his Cleveland Home to Day accompanied by his brother George. Messes. N. Taylor Jay Taylor bar Inger Westfall Feidler and Ealey the Atter a student Amherst Colleg and miss Cummings Carrolton spent a couple Days in this City. W. Breed Cutter w. S. Moke clerk for Marks Bros., in dry goods store and a. J. Miller jeweler Massillon wheeled their Way to canal Dover sunday and took the cars Back As the roads were too Salty after the rain. They Are All Nice gentlemen to be with and we Hope they May soon return Here and canal Dover at an Early Date. Prof. Ray wife and family moved their household furniture to Carrollton to make that their future Home. Prof. Ray has accepted a position As superintendent in the Public schools at that place and we regret very much to lose them from our midst but wish them abundance Success in their new Field labor. Is health. Those who desire to be Beautiful should do All they can to restore their health if they have lost it. The work which one May do tiie rest he must take his Baths his diet his exercise Are matters for individual consideration but they must be carefully thought and never neglected. There j arc times when one can guess without looking in the , that the eyes Are Dull and the skin is mottled. This is a Case for specific treatment. If you apply to the France medical Institute 38 and 40 West Gay Street Columbus Ohio to one the physicians who makes regular visits to your town your Case will be carefully and thoroughly examined by the medical staff who Are All specialists and have been chosen for their skill and experience. Their Opin Ion will be furnished you free whether you take treatment not. They do not consider that their responsibility ends when they have taken your Case and furnished treatment but hold themselves at All times ready and willing to Aid and direct you by their advice. All forms chronic nervous and private disease will be successfully treated the most scientific principles. Consultation free and strictly . The special committee appointed to it draft resolutions relative to the death Rev. Zahner made the following report which was also unanimously adopted resolved that in the death Rev. J g. Zahner d. I society has lost a member devoted to All her Best inter ests the Church a devoted and conscientious worker and the cause education in Tuscarawas county Anc Ohio a very dear Friend. Resolved that our sense loss which we have sustained becomes More in tense As we a collect upon his forty year in them rid Judi speedily safty Sand let your stomach in renal exciting emended largely id ency to cart pre judicially. The bitters Kinvig irate the kidneys and bladder in common with the nerves and digestive organs and so afford lasting Aid. It also affords dual assistance in prevent no and curing intermittent and remit tent fever. Bilious Ness constipation and rheumatism it also subjugated. 49-31 w4 does a circus take All the Money away consecrated work in this county for master his Twenty two years faithful and unselfish service As county examiner and his entire life usefulness in which he sought to glorify god and to elevate Mankind. Resolved that we As teachers Tuscarawas county treasure in our hearts the memory his kind and sacrificing services to us and that we Revere his exemplary life his Industry his humility his kind disposition his Devotion to duty his absolute integrity and his charitable Christian spirit. Or. France Otteau . John Brown this City will offer at Public Sale the 29th August 1890, a ten acre tract land lying adjoining the town Westchester. Good Orchard and Good Spring and no building. It is a valuable tract land. Any one in the Vicinity needing such a tract would do Well to attend the Sale the premises. 34w2 formerly Newyl Ork now the France medical and surgical Institute Columbus Ohio by request Many friends and patients have decided to visit new Philadelphia wednesday August 27tli. Consultation and examination free and strictly confidential in the private parlor the Sherman House from 9 a. To g p. One Day Only. Excursion to the Southwest. Of reduced rates to St. Joseph mo., via the Pennsylvania lines. For the National Encampment sons veterans at St. Joseph mo., August 26 30, round trip tickets will be sold at reduced rates via the Pennsylvania lines August 24tli, 25th and 26th,Good returning until september 1st. As a Knock Down argument against the above we give some figures showing the expenses Sells Brothers and barrettes United shows. Expense hotels Bill boards living newspaper advertising licenses etc., per Day average $2,000 Railroad transportation $900 daily salaries to performers $1,000 per Day salaries to workingmen $950 per Lay Cost pictorial printing $750 per Lay incidental expenses $500 per Day making a grand total Over $6,000 that is paid out daily before the owners can see a cent profit for their investment. Is there a mercantile manufacturing mining business in the country that stirs up and circulates among the people As big a sum Money that does not clean up Moro for its owners than a circus new Philadelphia Ohio thursday August 21sl_ a a inv discovery. You have heard your friends and neighbors talking about it. You May yourself be one the Many who know from personal experience just How Good a thing it is. If you have Ever tried it you Are one its staunch friends because the wonderful thing about it is that when once Given a trial . Kings discovery Ever after holds a place in the House. If you have never used it and should be afflicted with a cough cold any Throat lung die t trouble secure a bottle at once and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time r Money refunded. Trial bottles free at f. Miller amp songs drug store. Drunkenness liquor Labit. In All the world there is but one cure . Haines Golden specific. It can be Given in a cup Tea Coffee without the knew ledge the person taking it effecting a speedy and permanent cure we lither the patient is moderate Drinker an alcoholic wreck. Thousands drunkards have been cured who have taken the Golden specific in their Coffee without their knowledge and to Day believe they quit drinking their own free will. No harmful effects results from its administration. Cures guaranteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Address in Confidence Golden specific co., 185 race Street Cincinnati 40yl for Sale. The Large Island lying Between the two dams the Tuscarawas River one the finest locations for a summer resort in the county. It also comprises the Best fishing Waters in the state. Will be offered reasonable terms. Inquire l. Edie Tuscarawas Ohio s. Moore editor times. 27tf to Toledo. Excursions via the Pennsylvania lines August 19th and 20th. For the knights Templer conclave at Toledo excursion tickets will be sold August 19th and 20th at one fair for the round trip from stations the Pennsylvania lines in Ohio. Tickets will be Good returning August 23d, inclusive. 32w2 Ank your Friend about it. The largest line Patent medicines in the county at the lowest prices. Prescriptions filled at the lowest prices. It done to make any difference whose Blank a prescription is written bring it to us and we will fill it. Wells drug store new Philadelphia Ohio. 32w3 your distressing cough can be cured. We know it because Kempis Balsam within the past few years has cured so Many coughs and colds in this Conneu i t Sale a it 0 acre tract Good land nity. Its remarkable Sale has been won live Miles from new Philadelphia 45 entirely by its genuine Merit. Ask i acres Good coal�?4 it. Vein easy some Friend who has used it what he Access 2j it. Of Blackband Ore under thinks Kempis Balsam. There is no 20 acres. Fair buildings Good Orchard Medicine so pure none so effective Good Spring near the House. Liberal Large bottles 5oc and $1 All drug Price and terms easy. A bargain in it gifts. Sample bottle free. 16yl i Call at the times office

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