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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 28, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published very 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 solicit d. New Philadelphia times volume v. The a a times advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y . 8 100 12 00 s3 00 i 5 00 200 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. Sirnew Philadelphia o., thursday August 28, 1890. Number 35. Ltd i a 2 s As i i 3 s a s a 1�?1 re Ocic 1 a = i is a a. A. 5� nor Holh p 1 can Ita 1 in <5 _5 a i i 1 j h a it h a = = c c a it oct it it a t x3 ? it x >5 l a i Quot a j k cd m pc to i x _ r y. Quot a n 5 5 s h cd x to a a Fri 00 a 1 a a ��2$ to a a i a 1 a �?��?o5 a a it new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday August 28, 1800. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 4the 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 m0�?T3 1-50 e a x it it �6 Pittsburg it. A a one amp civic ago Railroad condensed time table in effect May 18 trains depart from Ai Ivanee As follows Central Lime no. 1. 9. 11. 3. No. 8. 14. 4. 10. 20. 6. Going West fast 2-30 Chicago express. 10-20 mail. T 9-20 mail express. 4-50 going East fast line. 3-45 0-30 a in mail. 3-Jo fast express. 9-10 Day express. 110-30 Alliance accommodation 2-45 4��?oremittances should he sent by draft registered letter Posto Allce order to the address the proprietor. It for Jim address All matter intended for publication to the times. Democratic judicial convention. Trains leave Alliance for Niles Aud Youngstown at 5 . 12-45 a in and 2-30 . Arrive at Alliance from Niles and Youngstown at9-50 a a 4-30 and 8-00 . . 3 has Pullman Palace sleeping cars through to Chicago. For time tables rates fare through tickets and baggage checks and further information regarding the running trains apply to the ticket agent Alliance Ohio. A daily. Daily except sunday. Daily except monday. E a. Ford. General pass and ticket agent. Joseph Wood manager Pittsburgh a. The p. C. Amp St. Louis railway handle route schedule taking effect june 15, 1890. Going West. Trains depart from the p u. A Louis depot Uhrichsville Junction As follows express. Accommodation express. Express. Going East. Express. Express. Express. Accommodation 11-05 5-20 12-15 3-53 2-45 11-95 a 2-40 m 8-15 the committee the eighteenth and nineteenth districts met at Cambridge Ohio tuesday july 29tli, 1890 and decided to hold the next Democrat District convention at Newcomerstown Ohio thursday sept., 11th. 1890. At 1 clock . 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 kit voters and one Delegate for every fraction 50 More votes cast for James e Campbell As follows coshocton.31 Guernsey.24 Monroe .37 Tuscarawas.53 Noble part .11 w. Ii. Mccabe wire Hamilton Secretary. Chairman. Editorial notes. The weeks doings. The democratic ticket. For congressman fourteenth District James w. Owens Licking county. A every Day. Central Tine t except sunday. Through coaches from 1 Riehs Villa Junction to Pittsburg Columbus. Cincinnati Indianapolis and St. Louis Pullman Palace sleeping cars attached to through trains East and West. For time tables Rales 01 fare through tickets and further information regarding t he running trains apply to ticket agent Uhrichsville Junction Ohio. E. A Ford. Gen. Pas. And ticket agent. Pittsburg a. Joseph Wood Gen. Manager Pittsburg l a. Cleveland a Pittsburgh r. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect May 18, 1890. Going East stations. A ail express local. Leave new Philadelphia 0 25 . 2 00 . 1 00 . Canal Dover. 6 35 a a 210 a a 110 a a Zoar. 715 a a 2 25 a a 2 00 a a Mineral Point. 7 30 a a 2 31 a a 2 15 a a Magnolia. 8 00 Quot 2 46 a a 2 59 a a Waynesburg. 8 10 a a 2 51 a a 3 07 a a Malvern. 8 35 a a 3ol a a 3 25 a a Oneida. 8 45 a a 3 06 a a 3 32 a a Minerva. 9 00 a a 315 a a 3 45 a a arrive Bayard. 9 20 Quot 3 25 a a 3.5-5 a a Ai Ivanee. 10 in 435 a a Cleveland. 12 50 . 6 35 a a Wellsville. Bellaire. 1210 a a 4 50 a a i 4 50 h 05 a a Pittsburgh. 2 20 a a 7 00 a a for probate j Udo Jasper ii. Mitchell Dover. For clerk courts John c. Dona hey Perry. For recorder Hugh t. Minnus Goshen. For prosecuting attorney James g. Patrick Goshen. For county commissioner Adam Miller Oxford. For Surveyor Oliver h. Hoover Goshen. For infirmary director James m. Porter Mill. For Coroner Bazil d. Downey Goshen. Going West. Stations. Mail. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. 610 . 12 45 . Bellaire. 4 40 10 10 Wellsville. 8 15 2 40 Cleveland. 8 00 1 15 Alliance. 10 25 3 10 Bayard. 10 55 4 15 7 ill . Minerva. 11 03 4 25 7 25 Oneida. 11 i2 4 36 7 55 Malvern. 11 17 4 43 8 15 Waynesburg. 11 28 5 in 8 55 Magnolia. 11 33 5 07 9 20 Mineral Point. 11 47 5 27 9 55 10 10 Zoar. 11 53 5 35 canal Dover. 12 10 p in 6 00 10 40 arrive new Philadelphia 12 20 6 15 11 00 any Good business Man can fill the office treasurer sheriff clerk recorder but to fill the office probate judge properly and fully As the Law intends the incumbent ought not Only to be a Clear headed Man Good judgment but he ought to be Well posted in Law. This is much More the Case now than Ever before for by a late enactment he sits As judge in Many the intricate and important cases that used to be tried in the common pleas court and next to the common pleas judge he is the highest judicial in the county. Iron Valley reporter aug. 21. Gay mister Monnot has been East to solicit funds for Warwick a congressional Campaign in the Mckinley District. If this is the mister Warwick who said a Large proportion the votes in his District could be purchased his action in soliciting funds is very suggestive-very.�?T1�?Tuscarawas chronicle. Yes brother this method was probably suggested by the Boss Quay a Dudley Wannamaker Boodle Campaign when Harrison reaped the Reward. This is the first time we Ever heard . Warwick credited with the above assertion. If we recollect right it was Monnot who made the assertion and no doubt that Mckinley could Tell some interesting facts about it. A a thursday we viewed a number business houses and were surprised to find such a Large amount printing that was executed by a a foreign a printers. Millersburg has two printing offices capable doing any the work we noticed. Some parties use a rubber stamp to Daub their paper and envelopes and others do printing with lamp Black and a paint Brush. The same parties yell for Home Trade however ask your patronage and if they should get into a Little trouble either at Home abroad would be the first to come to their Home papers for assistance and we have no doubt that we would do All in our news aporia Power to help them. We have done lots free advertising which has never been appreciated. It costs Money to run a newspaper the same As any other business. Do you catch a a Holmes county Farmer. A a just the same Here brother Farmer. To save a few cents to get a cheap present thrown in numbers our business men and business terms Send to Cleveland elsewhere for their printing. But when they want a donation a gratuitous mention made their business a complimentary Send off for their son who is going to work in some other town City if there is a wedding in the family and they want it written up in Good style to Send to friends a Hundred other Little matters that Are coming up All the year a round then they appreciate the Home paper and Are glad to got its services. There Isnit an editor in the land who Hasni to had fifty chances to get even with these people who Send away for their work when they ought to have had their Home Printer do it. And they have had chances too when it would have lost the firm five dollars a Hundred dollars if they had spoken Rig lit out against Valley reporter. All the above is True and Many other things May be said that Are True. We have frequently found that they will give orders to travelling men from cities five times As Large As they will give a Home office and when out All a sudden they will come in and order 250 500 note Heads Bill Heads envelopes and grumble about the Price because it was not in proportion to the City Price. They do not consider that it costs As much to set up a form for 250 letter Heads As it does for thousands. The times office will do Job work As cheap As the City prices if such orders Are Given As our merchants give the Cleveland paper company and j. Savage. We can name them Here in this town and it is the same everywhere. Some them have the Check to say Why done to you newspaper men Praise up the town and the business interests the town. We have spent time and much space in our paper advocating and pushing the interests our town and have even spent Money at it and yet these grumbles will not even spend a Dollar for the paper a year to find out that the newspapers Are the Only guides by which the Public find out that there Are any merchants in the town and that the town is continuously being boomed. Some our merchants grumble because the citizens go to the City to buy. Well the City merchants advertise their goods in our aunty papers and that accounts for it. We have known merchants to �3 per Quarter a a card one Inch to a stranger and he then would hire the newspaper Man to run it at his usual rate Andi make a handsome profit while the merchant could have had the same calf a for a year for the same Money if he had gone to the editor direct. Reform should commence at Home first. Running wild running wild at opera House Friday evening August 29tn. Helmsderfer Bros., have opened meat Market vice Isaac Gibbs. Belts from 8 cents to 25c. Each belts for 33 cents at the Bon ton. Silk we Are pleased to learn that recorder Neuman is Able to be up and about. Done to fail to see running wild. It is a musical comedy the highest order. A a Gib took a Mill show Day. Yip. Waltz from the rolling wanted to see Bun All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for the West connect at Alliance with trains 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 j. F. . Agent new Philadelphia Ohio. Joseph Wood e. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Pas. Age to Pittsburgh a. Cleveland and Marietta Ray in effect May 11, 1890. Going South. Is no. 5. No. 3. No. 500pm 1115 am 612 i230im658 128pm100 745am 745 230 805 253 540&Quot 815 303 t550 820 309 1555 825 315 t600 836 327 Hill 843 337 620 852 347 630 858 354 t637 903 359 642 912 409 651 819 416 658 925 425 702 441 724 454 737.500 506 743 749516 759 526 80. 533 815 540 821 545 t27 8341 559 841 612 j 853 i 622 1 903 637 1918 643 i924 i 700 i 94011043 stations. Going North. No. 2 no. 4 c Cleveland. 230 pm a a \ Akron. 114 Quot a a Quot t Canton. Toledo. 1223 620 to Laval pc a 1145a 700 pm f canal Dover 1122 635 Turners. 1112 625 t Blackband. Elf 6 620philipsburg Wolf a. L Loo 615 c 1047 f602 t 555 no motown 1040 Post boy. 1029 545 i Guernsey. 1022 538 it Kimbolton. 1017 533 Millers. Loos 523 Oldham a. 1001 516 Cambridge. 955 510 Byersville. 932 453 it pleasant 919 440 Glenwood. 913 433 Ava. 907 427 Belle Valley 858 418 Caldwell. 848 408 Dudley. 838 358 South Olive 832 352 Dexter City 827 347 Macksburg j 82 340 Elba. 1 813 332 Warner. 759 318 Whipple. 849 Stanley. 733 253 jt247 Cay Wood. 727 Marietta. 1 710 230 la Parks by 225 1 140pm 1 a done to Stop. Flag stations. Trains no. 2 and no. 5 run daily and carry through Sleeper Between Cleveland Baltimore and Washington. Through coaches trains no. 2. 3, and 5 Between Larietta Canton Akron Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with cd. Amp b., t. Amp C. Sex. By. Z. Amp R., and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with Amp East and West at Newcomerstown . Amp St l. East and West at canal Dover with c. L amp a. And c. Amp p. North and East at Valley Junction with w. A l. E. And Valley by. W k Richards Gene a pass age to a. T. Wikoff Gen manager. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat a amp fax Triton Money refunded. Price 25 cents Der Box. For Sale by f. C Miller amp Bon. 6y2 a a correspondent writing from Rio de Janeiro tells the american people that the brazilians Are sensible apparent overtures made by this country and that the great interests brazilian Trade Long monopolized by european monarchies Are ready to be poured into the american Lap if our business men will Only make a study brazilian wants and How to Supply them and if our government will take Down the dins bars that Side. In other is Brazil is ready for reciprocal e. But the party 111 Power will not loved by any such facts for it it the presidential Campaign 011 motto that the Home Market is Good ugh for americans. The adminis-011 cannot adopt a policy Reci Ity without confessing that its it Active a policy is a flaunting lie ill it dealer. One the most picturesque and remarkable bodies water in the world is Henry Lake in Idaho. It is situated the dome the continent in a depression in the Rocky mountains called Targee a pass. It has an area 40 Square Miles and All around it Rise Snow capped peaks some them being the highest the continents Back Bone. In the Lake is a floating Island about 300 feet in diameter. It has for its basis a mat roots so dense that it supports Large Trees and a heavy growth under Brush. These roots Are covered with several Teet Rich soil. The surface is solid enough to support the weight a horse anywhere and there Are places where a House could be built. The wind plows the Island about the Lake and it Seldom remains Twenty four hours in one place. Napkins for 50, 05, 75 cents and $1 per dozen and upwards at Greenfield amp Rauschs. Gents sateen neckties and silk tie rings in All shades for ten cents at the Bon ton East High Street. Geo. Wills is the Happy father a bouncing 10 Pound boy which came to his Home one Day last week. We. Son Abram Sharp is almost tickled too death. It is a girl and was born tuesday Forenoon. Shake will. De. Parrott shot and killed Bill Swasick at Perrysville Friday. The Parrott thought Bill Swa sick and did it in self defence. Hay plead guilty before u. S. Commissioner Smith at Cincinnati for passing counterfeit Money. The Price for Hay will be dear. Jimmie Smeltzer at Jamestown ills., shot and killed a Little Mann because Willie go any further his Hunting expedition. Sells Bros. Amp barrettes monster show left town with about $7,000 our Community a Boodle. It was a first class show though in every respect. Thieves broke into Geo. Taylor a Home thursday during his absence and stole a suit clothes. Placed ladder up and went into an upstairs window. Members Andrew Crawford Post no. 6, g. A. Are requested to be present at regular meeting next monday night. Important business hand. Charles a. Wilson and miss Lizzie Wier this City were married by a methodist minister monday night last week at Cambridge The Happy couple have the Best wishes the times for future Prosperity. We. Hirst and wife visited their relatives and friends at Cleveland Friday and saturday. Mrs. Hirst will remain there a few Days and then will visit Wellsville relatives. Or. Hirst came Home saturday evening. Henry Greenfeld the firm Greenfeld it Reich left this morning for Cleveland where he expects to Purchase a Fine line ladies gents and children a underwear will be Hack 011 about saturday. The Baptist Church this City sends Rev. John Burke w. M. Hemmeger mrs. Jacob Wise miss Mamie Wise mrs. Cyrus alter mrs. G. W. Goudy and mrs. Or. Pyle As delegates to the Wooster Baptist association to be held aug. 20, 27 and 28th, in that City. The weeks doings. The weeks doings. Personal mention. Quite a number old soldiers the 42nd V. I. Of Medina Ohio their Way to the reunion at Caldwell stopped off to see our City tuesday. They were kindly greeted by the g. A. Boys Here. The party consisted Post Faucett and wife Geo. Hayden and wife Geo. Randall and wife Ezra Fritz Jonas Stiles Geo. Frazier Geo. Messmer and Sidney Alden a great crowd witnessed the performances Given by the Universal Pacific Medicine show Here monday and tuesday nights and All were highly pleased with the entertainment. The company has an excellent coterie artists and it Well pays you for an evening pleasure to attend. They will remain with us All week. Many a supposed Silver spoon is Only a a Pewter Tive a Silver. Ladies Black silk Hose from 50 to 75 cents per pair at the Bon ton. T. Raiff has a Fine line tobacco and cigars in the old Post office room. Thomas Humphrey an East Liverpool fool cooked and ate a rat. Rather tickets Sale at Halls jewelry store for a running prices�?25, 35 and 50 cents. Pretty girls and Good comedians with hilarity company. Do not fail to hear and see them. Through a Frog a Man by the name Jones at Columbus was killed by the cars Friday. Sharp Bros have recently made extensive improvements in their opera House. That a right boys. A Crabtree at Zanesville named Samuel suicide. First Crabtree Ever known to do such a thing. John Thomas a negro and Ella als Bach White married at this is rather a a Dusky Story. Andy Miller at Alliance last week tried to Hammer a Spike into his head for a heavenly purpose failed. Right Crisp and newsy is the times and Only $1.00 a year. Try it Friend and be convinced the fact. A woman at Hamilton wanted to Send her boy to Kansas by express. For an express purpose he did no to go. The Quantity paper that jewellers wrap around their goods strikes most people As a great waste tissue. August mess a Carpenter fell from 2d Story window in Cincinnati and was killed. Bad mess to find in August. The world fun and hilarity to opera House wednesday september 3d. Tickets at halls�?25, 35 and 50 cents. Charles Eberhart amp sons have built an even dozen houses this that is very Good work for one firm. S. M. Law threw up the sponge in the livery business and will Peg shoes at Wes. Welty a store. C. M. Is first class. Two a a Bucko negroes ransacked the cupboard a Man named Neiderhauser in this City in Broad Day Light and then skipped last thursday. Several the by Hoys at the rolling Mill got the g. B., show Day. Bad break for the boys sure. They had better have waited until evening. At Nelsonville the other Day while threshing a hornets nest was thrown upon the feed Board. The hornets did the threshing for a while then. George w. Bowers will command the Union forces in the Sham Battle at Uhrichsville thursday september 4th. Done to fail to go and Seo the sport. Married by Rev. J. Keyes at the m. E. Parsonage August 21, 1890, Isaac m. Harless Philadelphia roads and miss Jessie Patterson Uhrichsville. Our Hook and ladder boys received second prize consisting $125, at Tho Bellaire firemen so tournament last Friday. The boys can a skip the mayor Mcgregor is so Happy now that the offenders the Law will doubtless he dealt with gently. It is a Fine girl baby. He now has a boy and a girl. Married at Baltic August 24th, by Rev. Wilsonya Eisley . F. E. Syler Baltic and miss Clara e. Row Holmes county Or. And mrs. Charlie Dick will have another Little stocking for Santa clause to fill Christmas. The Bonnie boy arrived monday. The self advertising merry go a round is making the childrens parents it would be necessary for it to have a change in the program. 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. Mrs. J. Rheumatic. Loutzenhiser is ill Sam. Surgick Cleveland is visiting in Blakes Mills. Or. Kurtz this City has been quite ill dysentery. J. M. Smith m. D., visited Dove rites last thursday. Raster Fred. Smith visiting friends Here. Of Cleveland is Sam Minnich editor Beo Zachter is in Cleveland business. Geo. W. Bowers left Columbus business. Yesterday for Street commissioner Crisswell at canal Dover receives daily complimentary remarks for the manner in which he keeps the highways. Send to d. C. Foster for Premium list Uhrichsville and Dennison Liberal premiums Are offered and arrangements have been made for a great time. 33w3 mrs. Jacob Heinz Wells vice is visiting relatives Here. John Warner Blakes Mills i3 the sick list stomach trouble. Clara Custer and her gentleman Friend visited Dover Friday. From Turner. If you Wisi. To make a wedding present just Call at the store mrs. Jacob Miller and select a handsome Tea set that Beautiful chinaware which you can have at absolute Cost. Call and see. We still have hand a Large selection Fine China goods finely decorated Ware etc., that we Are now Selling at Cost and no Humbug about it. We wish to close out that Branch Trade. Call soon at mrs. Jacob Millers. We were astonished thursday last to see an Urchin about three Summers the Street with n six Inch lighted Stogie Cigar in his Mouth puffing away. I11 new York boys under 1g Are arrested for using tobacco in any form. Good act. At the Nursery Daniel Wyss new Philadelphia Ohio you can buy All kinds the Best varieties fruit Trees cheaper than anywhere else. Call and see for yourself. Evergreens Maple Trees and Strawberry plants a specially. August 7, 1890. 3m s _ 0 Quot Pennsylvania company will sell Harvest excursion tickets to Points West one fare for the round trip september 9th and 23rd, and october 14th. For full particulars Call address j. F. Milar agent a. Co., new Philadelphia Ohio. 35tf a sunday school reunion will be held at lager Seville saturday september 0, 1s90, under the supervision g. S. S. And the band. German and English speaking excellent music both vocal and instrumental. All Are cordially invited. For Sale a 70 acre tract Good land five Miles from new Philadelphia 45 acres Good coal�?1 it. Vein easy Access it. Of Blackband Ore under 20 acres. Fair buildings Good Orchard Good Spring near the House. Liberal Price and terms easy. A bargain in it. Call at the times office. Closing out at Cost. Mrs. Buchanan and daughter Ella Are visiting friends in Cambridge. Mrs. John Tipton returned to her Home in Indianapolis Friday. Chas. Dick is learning How to handle the razor at j. C. Dittmar a. Minnie Huscroft is visiting at the residence j. Loutzenhiser. Atli. Smith wife and family Cleveland were in town a few Days last week. Yal. Schaffer Columbus has been employed by j. C. Dittmar. A is. Mccleary Newcomerstown is the guest her son r. Ii. A Mccleary. J. Ii. Luther a coffin drummer Cleveland was in town last thursday. Mrs. Roland Kurtz is spending a few Days with her Mother in Uhrichsville. Nina Lytle Edith Dearborn and Emma Welty visited Dover people Friday. Received too late for last week since no one has yet taken the trouble to record the a a happenings a our modest Little place we concluded to venture Forth from the Parent nest and try our wings thought in your atmosphere the times even at the risk falling into your waste Basket from which the legends old say there is no possible escape except by fire. A Nice commodious school building is being erected in District no. 8 by messes. Rufer and Maurer. It has often struck us rather forcibly Why do not county boards education erect More artistic school buildings they All look so Plain and built after the same Model Why not put into practice a the truth the Beautiful and the Good a by building substantially artistically and placing a Good teacher in the inside. The latter we feel assured will be the Case the coming Winter in the person . Chas. Limbach. Or. Michael Stephen and family Cleveland Are visiting at the residence his father in Law . Adam May. Rev. F. Kalbfleisch returned to his congregation last week after an absence almost three weeks but not alone he had gotten tired marriage As a theory and so grasped the reality. On the evening his return he was welcomed by about fifty his parishioners at the Home . Daniel Kuhn. It was a very pleasurable evening music and cake in abundance. Or. Jacob Bohler Franklin wis., is visiting his class mate Rev. F. Kalb Freisch and acceptably filled the pulpit German Reform Church during the latter a absence. He leaves this week for Wisconsin where he expects further to pursue his studies and graduate next year. Or. De Intermill wife and two children crooked run spent sunday in our midst also . And mrs. Wenger the same place. Clover blossoms. Important mention. Take care there is danger from Dennison. Prof. Jean Moos was at Dover Friday. He May change his residence yet. Misses Emma and Pollie Lair Cleveland Are guest a iss Emma Snyder. A iss Della Snyder returned from her visit with Cleveland friends saturday. Mamie Criswell has returned from a pleasant visit to Shreve o., friends last week. Henry Bowers and family Are spending a few Days with friends in the country. A iss Gertrude a iss Yin Smith week. Spence is the guest Uhrichsville this it is amusing to see the Effort made t Republican papers especially in Tuscarawas county to arouse a Discon it among tax papers account High salaries in office As though the democrats Tuscarawas county by other fixed the salaries. The fees f county officers Are fixed by statute and the legislative Power the great state Ohio has been in the hands republicans three fourths the time since the organization the state. Then Why has not retrenchment and Reform taken place to relieve the taxpayers if there has been a Burden ? the amount salary depends the amount business the county has to perform in its several offices. Let the Farmers complain the legislators the state if they want Relief and not complain the officers. Well yes in the same line argument one editor we might say it would be better for the state Ohio if the Republican majority was Cut Down and have the parties More nearly equal. Democrats Tuscarawas county know where the responsibility belongs. The Uhrichsville and Dennison fair promises to be l Etter this season than Ever before. Special pains have been taken by the managers to secure More than Ordinary attractions. Remember the Date is september 2, 3, 4 and 5. W3 . John Brown this City will offer at Public Sale 011 the 29th August 1890, a ten acre tract land lying adjoining the town Westchester. Good Orchard and Good Spring and 110 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 the concert Given by professor and mrs. Niles assisted by mrs. Hardesty and family Columbus and some our Best Home Talent was a decided Success and afforded an evening pleasant enjoyment to All who attended it. It is to be hoped they will frequently favor the Public with their delightful musicals. Scalded to death. Miss Nellie Rinehart left tuesday for Pittsburgh pa., to be absent a month two. A Ducky a Getz a a togged up last Friday night about 12 clock and did no to go to Phillipsburg. The election Bill goes Over until next term. Republican conscience has not become seared sufficiently yet. They think they a a will get there Eli by next term. Cincinnati had three murders and two murderous assaults All in four hours sunday night. That is making a record quite fast and an unenviable one too. English capitalists Are negotiating for 12,000 acres Coal lands in Jackson county Ohio. It is said to be the Best Coal land in the state and lies around the town Jackson. There was a heavy Frost in Putnam county sunday night last killing leaves Corn and potatoes. Governor Campbell will be at Uhrichsville fair thursday september 4th. A very sad Accident occurred at the residence . Charles Hemmeger monday evening last. Little Gracie daughter . And mrs. Charles Hemmeger aged about 3 years and g months came running into the House with a show Bill and asked her Mamma who had poured some boiling water into a tub sitting the floor for the purpose washing something to read the paper. Mrs. Hemmeger took the paper and read it. And just As she was stooping to pick up the tub Little Gracie stepped backwards against the tub throwing her backwards into the boiling water. The Mother jerked her out almost instantly and loosed and removed the clothing but the deadly work was done. The skin and flesh Hung in strips from the greater portion the body and arms. The Little dear was cared for in every possible Way and lingered until about half past one clock tuesday morning when the spirit took its flight. She was very patient and answered All questions until the last. Little Grace was a very Bright and intelligent child and her sudden departure is a heavy and sad stroke to the parents who have the sympathy All in their sad affliction. The remains were interred at canal Dover wednesday. John Sharp and Sherman Scott put up bulletin boards around Dover last Friday. Great Scott they Are Sharp enc ugly to know the wants theatregoers. The ladies Oldtown m. E. Church will give a crazy Tea and ice Cream social at the Church 011 saturday August 30th, 1890. Tea served at 5 p. M. The Public cordially invited. The gentlemen composing the committee to locate the epileptic Asylum Are getting a great amount free advertising. If they would All Start in business in Gallipolis they probably would have an extensive patronage. James Mcbride a huckster team got a scared a tuesday afternoon and tried to Knock an electric pole Down East High Street but failing to do that they demolished the Wagon and split the difference each horse taking up a different Alley with a piece the Wagon. Nobody Hurt. We Are under Many obligations this week to . We. Sharp for a nicely dressed 3 Pound cat fish which was caught tuesday morning last. Will is the Boss Fisherman the county and it is hard for him to take up the out line mornings without carrying from ten to seventy five pounds Nice fish Home. Many thanks will. Merit wins. We Are determined to close out our immense Stock Tine chinaware at actual Cost for the purpose dropping that Branch Trade. Now is your Chance for a bargain. Call soon and select what you want. Mrs. Jacob Miller. Why the retail Price for China Ware when you can decorate your table with Fine China goods at wholesale Price. This we can assure you for we Are closing out the immense China shop the late Jacob Jiller. We have Many Hundred dollars Worth left yet and will continue to sell at Cost until All that class goods Are sold. A is. Jacob Jiller. Robert Johnson swore out a warrant sunday for the arrest Geo. And we. Brown and we. Burkle three inebriated toughs canal Dover. Saturday night they wanted to run the Street car themselves and in so doing put out the lights broke trolley wire abused the ladies when some were compelled to get off and walk to canal Dover and also assaulted Tom Casey the conductor. Marshal Dan Sweaney brought them to Limerick monday morning and mayor Mcgregor lined them to the tune $8.60 each. Thi3 fracas happened West fair Street about 9 15 p. M. On monday evening the Levi Knisely family consisting six girls were invited to give a musical entertainment at the children a Home. They were assisted by several other Young ladies and gentlemen with songs and recitations and music piano violin and Auto phone. The superintendent his Good lady and especially a a the poor Little waifs a were very much pleased. The music singing and recitations were exceedingly Good and reflect much credit the Young Artistes. The children gave a vote thanks for the entertain ment and Hope to have it repeated in the future. A a Praise him with the cymbals and dances. A miss Sadie Barr Cleveland is visiting at Home . And mrs. Chas. Eber Hart this City. Kirkwood Flora was detained from his business duties last week for a few Days with Hay fever. We Are sorry to learn that Yirgil Degrief is quite ill at the Home his father in this City. Mayor Thomas Brien has resigned his office to accept a position As joint car inspector for the Amp And Pittsburgh and Western railway at Pittsburgh. Barkley esq., has been appointed by Council to fill the vacancy. The Center Street improvement is progressing rapidly. Dennison will soon have the Novelty having the Only paved Street in the county and it will be a Dandy. We Hope the dear Good county commissioners will give us a Nice Bridge and Complete our happiness and add to our Prosperity. We will then be ready for an electric railway. A Uhrichsville Young Man by the named Phil. Brakebill met with a sad Accident in Pittsburgh last thursday he was employed As brakeman 011 the ii Andle and fell under the cars and had both feet cutoff. He is still living but there is Little Hope his recovery. W e saw a Blue Point the Survey the c. Amp p. Extension it looks pretty the paper. If this Extension is built which there is now Little doubt tin amount business done Over it will uprise your people. All West bound freight from Cleveland will pass Over this Branch. Ross Dunbar a handle Yard Foreman deserted his wife and children last week also leaving a Large number creditors to mourn his departure. Prof. Fuson superintendent our schools is sick with malarial fever. Or. C. E. Keepers has gone to Pittsburgh to accept a position As assistant chief clerk to the master Mechanic Pittsburgh and Western railway. Every one regrets the loss . And mrs. Keepers to our Community and wish for their Prosperity in their new Home. Xxx. In allowing inactivity the kidneys to grow through neglect. The deadly Shoals Brights disease and diabetes will wreck the goodly bark health if allowed to Drift rudderless upon them. The bladder too if inactive and judicious medication does not speedily direct the Helm toward the port safty will be whelmed by the Quicksand disease. In selecting a diuretic let your Choice fall upon Hostetler a stomach bitters which stimulates the renal organs without irritating and exciting them two effects to be apprehended from the unmediated stimuli largely resorted to. These have a tendency to react pre judicially. The bitters invigorate the kidneys and bladder in com. Mon with the nerves and digestive organs and so afford lasting Aid. It also affords dual assistance in preventing and curing intermittent and remit tent fever. Bilious Ness constipation and rheumatism it also subjugated. 40-31w4 Belknap a 5tit annual excursion to Points West september 9th. 1890. 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. C. S. Belknap excursion agent p. O. Box 674, new Philadelphia. 32w5 excursion to Detroit Michigan. On september 2d, 1s90, the Cleveland amp Marietta Ray will run one their popular excursions to Detroit and return via Cleveland and boat. Tickets Good for six hours in Cleveland going and two Days in Detroit returning. Here is a Chance to attend the Detroit exposition which will be in its glory at that time. Rate from canal Dover Only $3.50. For particulars Sec Small 33w3 forced to leave Home. Over 50 people were forced to leave their Homes yesterday to Call at their druggists 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 any druggist to Day Lor a free Sample this grand remedy. The ladies Praise it. Every one likes it. Large size packages 50 cents. Gyl excursions to tic Southwest. Reduced rates to St. Joseph mo., via the Pennsylvania lines. For the National Encampment sons veterans at St. Joseph mo., August 26-Jo, round trip tickets will be sold at reduced rates via the Pennsylvania lines August 24th, 25th and 26th,Good returning until september 1st. 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 a valuable girl she became a Good compositor this Vassar Maiden Spry commanded highest wages for she never could make i umbrella umbrellas mrs. A. A. Kail and daughter Bernice Uhrichsville were guests mrs. S. Flora thursday last. Came to Brief. We desire to say to our citizens that Fox years we have been Selling . Kings new discovery for consumption . Kings new 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 a won their great popularity purely their merits. F. C. Miller amp songs druggists. It. Wayne ind., aug. 23. A. Holmes Post office and Mai route inspector has just located Lyman e. Needham in the it. Wayne ind. Jail where he is held for a hotel robbery committed sometime ago. Holmes has been the Hunt for Needham for the past six months and has followed the fellow All Over Ohio Indiana Anc Michigan where he has been passing himself off at Small pos offices As in Spector. His plan was to look Over the books at the office and make them show up a shortage from 58 to $15, and in most cases the Green postmaster would him the amount the shortage to have the books balanced. Lie will be taken to Cincinnat a United states warrant to answer several Columbus dispatch. From fort Washington. Mrs. S. Moore and miss Annie Amos returned from Lakeside saturday ast after a three weeks visit. M. C. Gies the German chiropodist handled a razor for j. C. Dittmar saturday and sunday last. Jim. Fischal ton socialist Minerva came Down last thursday to see Julius Dittmar and the elephant. Geo. Bryan at canal Dover has accepted a position As clerk in Greenber Ger amp better a clothing store. Ii. L. Sperling Dennison was at Home a few Days last week. Quite a number a a port a folks heard Talmage at Freeport last thursday. Rev. S. Weinland m. W. Nargney and . And mrs. F. Kinsey attended the Mission festival held at Fry a Valley moravian Church last sunday. By Means a Trade e. S. Fidler has gained Possession a a sir Walter Scott a an English coach and draft stallion. Mrs. Lavina Carr died last wednesday evening and was buried the following Friday. Funeral services were conducted in the moravian Church by the Rev. S. Weinland. W. Mcginty. Should you be in need a Good umbrella go to the Bon ton. They have them from 75 cent to $4.50. Mrs. Milton Baker Tippecanoe called at our Sanctum monday and subscribed for the times. Mrs. Baker lived in the family . Rolland Kurtz Many years and is a very Fine lady. The times will carry her Tho news from her Many acquaintances. Minnie Collier new Mexico who has been visiting Annie Mcelroy in this City for several Days past was accompanied by Annie to Cadiz where they will visit their Many friends. Mrs. I. Of Donnell and grand daughter Nano Boothe returned from their .1/assillon visit wednesday eve. Mrs. Ida read and children near Trenton were guests mrs. Benj. Emerson a few Days last week. liquor Alt. Or. Rudy Gilgen flew too High his bicycle and now has gotten himself a Dandy safety near to the Earth. Messes. Toomey Kreiter Strickmaker and Deiss with their wives were guests Jos. Strickmaker and wife. Wesley Wolf and wife returned last week from a few Days visit to their daughter Annie Demuth at Canton. In All the world there is but one cure Haines Golden specific. It can be Given in a cup Tea Coffee without the knowledge the person taking it effecting a speedy and permanent cure whether the patient is a 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 mrs. Daniel Minnich left tuesday to visit her sister a is. J. W. Lower at Hicksville Defiance county. Ohio. Mrs. M. Will also visit throughout the West during the Winter. Or. Hugh a Itchel travelling agent for a Large furniture establishment Chicago is Home for a Little rest. He brought the ague with him for company. _ mrs. W. A. Hardesty and her two children after a pleasant visit with her parents . And mrs. Thomas Moore left monday for her Home in Columbus. Silas Lappin wife and family near new Cumberland were guest9 Abram Sharp and wife last thursday. 100 la it Lieh wanted. Wilton Byron Biown is the happiest Man Earth its a boy and a girl that made their first appearance Terra Finna last wednesday night. All Well. Or. L. Troyer Shanesville called to see us monday. He has been in Missouri for some time looking after his farm. Mrs. J. Read and baby boy accompanied by her Mother mrs. S. Flora visited their Many friends at Minerl Point monday. Mrs. We. Dever Newcomerstown in company with a is. J. L. Taylor and son Berwyn Ohio visited friends in this City last week. Robert Spach and will Rausch have started a Barber shop at they will a a bobs around and do a a Frau Schings business. Success boys. 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 diseases the blood liver and kidneys it is a positive cure. For constipation and Clearing up the complexion it doe4 wonders. It is the Best Spring Medicine known. Large size package. 50 cents. At All druggists. Loyl marriage licenses granted. Miss Powell who has been clerking for Fred. Lehman is dangerously ill with typhoid fever. Or. E. C. Lewis canal Dover is the attending physician. Houses Tor Sale. A number desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Knoire at times office. J. A. Mcmillan and Emma e. Dies. J. Mca Bulia and Mitilda Rockwood. Ilioram Weidman and Mary Grove. I. M. Hurles Sand Jessie Patterson. C. A. Kemple and Caroline Maurer. Ulysses Brick and Ola it i. Carling. C. C. Kiser and Alice l. Simmers. C. L. Gamley and . Reidenbaugh. Chases Barley malt whiskey is Stifil plating and nourishing to the old and feeble it is absolutely pure. Sold by a. Bippus amp son new Philadelphia 32 w 4 apprentice girls to learn the millinery Trade. Mrs. L. M. Drake canal Dover Ohio. 35w2

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