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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 29, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books. Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday August 29, 1889. The a a times advertising rates. Stack. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. 1 m0.i3 to. 6 to. 1 y r. F 1 Al 2 00 3 00 5 00 8 00 a 2 0 5 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 s 3 00 a r 10 7 50, 15 00 12 50 j 22 50 22 50 4c 00 40 00 75 00 half column. One column. Bus Ness notices ten cents per Lime. Number 35. Traveler s guide. Ole v Eland to r a in amp wheel in g Railroad. In effect june 2, 1889. Veto Standard time. Trains going South. Stations. Cleveland Black River Elyria. Grafton. Medina. Chips Walak Sterling. Warwick. Fulton. Massillon. Navarre. Beach City. Strasburg Dover. New in Hilad Goshen. Tuscarawas Uhrichsville no. 1. A Oom modal a. No. 3. Acom Modun. No. 5. No. 19 6 45 . 4 15p.m. 5 00 an 7f-0 a a 4 25 a. 6 30 a 7 22 a a 4 45 a a. 7.9 it a a 7 53 a a 5 10 a a 8 00 a 8 30 a a 0 00 10 15 a a 3 47 a 6 13 a a 10 40 a a 9 05 a a 6 53 a a 12 05 pm 9 31 a a 7 05 a a 1 05 a a 9 40 a a 7 12 a a 1 30 a a i0 us a a 7 32 a a 6 06a.m. 2 15 a a 7 47 a a 0 21 a a 2 54 a a 10 2 8 0 -2 a a 6 35 3 40 a a 8 13 a a 6 44 a a 4 10 a a 1 Ovive Quot Quot 8 23 a a 6 56 a a 5 05 a a 10 53 a a 8 35 Quot 7 05 a a 5 30 a a 8 43 a a 7 11 a a a 8 50 a a 7 20 a a 5 55 a a 11 15 a a 9 00 a a. 6 45 a a 11 30 . A. 7 33 a a i. A i 40 7 40 a a i. 11 54 a a. 7 56 a a 12 10 . 8 10 a a 12 40 a a 8 40 a a 2 03 a a 9 55 a a Newport. Stillwater. Tippecanoe Freeport. Flushing. Bridgeport arrive at Wheeling by Street car from Bridge business directory met Philadelphia times. Editorial 5otes. Prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office in the Mclane Block new Philadelphia. Ohio. John w. Nixon D., physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Tinker. 51yl j3 f. Sidrack House painting paper hanging White washing and Ca Cimin ing neatly done and work guaranteed at reasonable prices. Leave orders at Walton amp Ackey a shoe store new Philadelphia Ohio. March 2s. 1889. 1 Imp John in s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public. New Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47yi j. If. Booth a a port depot Rains going North. A com a com stations. T a n no. 2. No. 4. Snoday a. N0. 6. No. 24 Bridgeport. 1 65 we 4 12pm. Flushing. 12 11 44 5 29 44 Freeport. 12 53 rat 6 01 44 Tippecanoe 1 3 44 6 18 44 Stillwater. 1 18 44 6 2 8 44 Newport. 6 39 44 Uhrichsville. Quot Ivi 44 6 45 44 Seville 4 45 . 1 46 44 6 5 5 44 4 45am Tuscarawas 4 5 Ltd a. 7 05 44 5 ,2 44 Goshen. A a 59 a a v2 02 7 13 44 new l Hilad. 5 0 5 a a 2 0. 7 21 a a 5 40 4 4 Dover. 5 15 a a 2 18 t id 44 6 00 44 Strasburg Jurii. 5 27 4 47 4 5 a a 6 44 ,4 Beach Unity. 5 37 44 "2 Quot i v 02 a a 7 15 44 Navarre. 5 52 44a 15 44 7 45 44 Massillon. 6 06 44 s 03 a a 8 30 44 s 45 44 Ful ton. 6 26 44 3 29 a a 10 05 44 Warwick. 6 36 44 3 33 a a. 10 20 44 Sterling. 7 00 44 4 05 a a 11 10 44 chips Walak 7 23 44 4 20 a a 1. 12 01 re Medina. 7 3 it 4 4 4 39 a a 1 00 Grafton. 8 12 44 5 25 44 to. 3 to 44 Elyria. Black River 8 41 44 5 45 a a 4 45 44 9 00 44 6 05 a a 5 15 44 Cleveland. 9 20 44 6 20 447 15 44 attorney at la a notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House Ortli Broadway. 47yl Camuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Lummel Block second floor. A off Tiff Fuci the instalment plan by cd a a k5whieh you can sell our popular books payments savings it it a cents a week will insure you Twenty times As Many sales As Cash deliveries without fail. Write immediately for particulars. Address Jaki m i by isling company. Cincinnati. Ohio May id my wanted trains Stop signal for passengers. Tickets Sale at All stations and ticket office s. 0 so we t0 w n s e and general manager. E. M. Townsend superintendent. Babcock Hurd. Amp co., wholesale grocers it it a 10? water St., Cleveland. P. H. Babcock 11. Kurd jr., Babcock in. A. Bishop Liao wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co. Limited new York for the Sale it it their celebrated Alaroma and ban la brands roasted co fee. 21yl Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday August 29, 1889. The weeks doings. Lummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 a pfc the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.81.00 if not paid within three m0�?Ts 1.00 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter order to the address the proprietor. I address All matter intended for publication to the times. A a the elixir the Republican party is brains a says the Akron Beacon. Since it is notorious that without the negro vote the party would instantly die the Beacon Means course that the negroes Are the brains the Republican party. P. Everharty ski 3x1311x57&Quot -�8r livery amp feed stable Dundee. Ohio. The very Best horses. Carriages and Sample wagons can now be had promptly at the lowest rates. Office and stable near the it a. Depot. May 2,188 j. 1 Al Cleveland and Marietta t mail Way. In eff not a i be 10, 1880. Go Noam. I i. O. 1 1 2 no. S no. No. 10 . A 20c. 1040am Marietta. 635 140 30 pm 530 a v Caywood. 1 652 1212 325 555 Stanley. 653 j i�?~218 i 335 05 Whipple. 714 1233 40 630 Warner. 1 ri5 643 415 655 Elba. 74 i 1257 1 435 720 Marks Burn. 747 111 44511 Dexter City. A 754 i i 5 455 >558 Smith Olive. 759 i 121 1 500 806 Dudley. .1 3 0 1 121 1 .510 yet Caldwell. Quot a i 815 130 526 .7 0 Belle Valley. 825 140 i 915 Ava. A 834149 1 r55 930 Glenwood. 1 849 i 155 i �,65 s 40 it pleasant. �?�&Quot.&Quot.1 843 2m 615 950 Byersville. Quot i 916 213 635 .015 Cambridge. I 232 1 710 1139 Oldham a. 92 1 233 1142 Millers. 93l i 1155 Kimbolton. 941 1 255 1219 Guernsey. A 946 380 12.0 Post boy. 953 i 3177 1263 no motown. Quot. 1093 i 317125 Wolf a. Liuio 327 j 140 la Philipsburg. "jp-2j 333 205 Blackband. 1029 i 344 215 Turners. "j1035 Joo i 225 canal Dover. .11045 40 4 3 a Vul june. Ll"7 1 422 445 Canton. .11213 pm 1 755 a Ron. A id 1 655 Cleveland. 223 .1015buffalo. A 815 740toledo. A j j 940 i. Via w. Amp l. 1and i. K Going South i no. 1-5 no. 3. 1 few i 0 i no 9. La Toledo. It 4o am Buffalo. 1 540 Cleveland. 1115 Akrom. 1 .39 pm. A Anton .1 128 Valley Juu ctr a. 220 060 am canal Dover. F i l pm 253 1 7.30 Turners. 550 r 303 1 750 Blackband. 553 3 9 800 Phi hapsburg. 000 315 810 Wolf a. 611 i j 832 newcomers it 1 v57 1003 Post boy. <>39 >4> 1018 Guernsey. 0-3 it. V it i 1039 Kimbolton. 642 358 1015 Millers. 652 408 1100 Oldham a. 659415 i 1113 Cambridge. 709 425 717 a 111 1130 Byersville. 726 441 1220 pm Point pleasant 749 454 1245 Glenwood. 746 j 50<l i 1255 Ava. 752. 506 1 5 Belle Valley. 802 51 5 i 825 149 Caldwell. 815 1 52.5 850 200 Dudley. 82254 4 j 905 215 South Olive. 828 549 917 230 Dexter City. 832 i >45 922 240 Macksburg. 1 839 5-52 932 300 Elba. I 816 559 942 i 2.1 Warner. 9 0 612 1005 1 340 Whipple. I 623 10.0 400 Stanley. 925 j 638 1045 125 Caywood. I 931 644 1155 1 425 a Marietta. 1 913701 1120 j 500 Parkersburg. T100 100 1. The Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. J. 21 ebb a 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 ii. A a. P. Lacey procure patents in the u. S., Canada and Europe to 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 r. A a. P. Lacey Patent att is Washington d. C. Feb. 2, �?T8 Al go to Montana the tyrant Ohio is seeking to be the tyrant the nation. The state election settles the question. Citizens Cincinnati Cleveland Columbus and Dayton what have you to say about this mutter you have no longer self government. Rwy Mil a pfc i gym v��4 w this week settles the Cross tiring newspapers in candidates. Next week you must take your dish a a Crown and go to work for the ticket. The financial interest every citizen is at stake and we can not Aivord to lose the Battle. For re the senator Mahone was nominated the office governor Virginia the Republican ticket. This is the suit the Compromise Between two factions in the Republican party. He was a rebel brigader but has been cleansed his sins in the eyes republicans by voting their ticket. The citizens Massillon Are entertaining a preposition from the Valley r. R. To extend a line from the main line the Road to Massillon. The citizens Are making a desperate attempt to raise funds for right Way. There will be a meeting the Hoard directors sept., 3rd, to pass upon the matter if this connection is made it will greatly increase the valleys Trade. Their aug. The republicans will hold county convention saturday 31. The aspirants Are already working up their respective interests thinking t sat if nominated there is a Chance for election. We can inform them now that it is time lost. The democrats Are going in for a blood this fall and will not scratch their ticket. Via the no. 5 and Ltd daily. Through a trains nos. 2 and .3, Between Marie to Canton. Akron Cleveland and Toledo. Cd so connections made at Marietta with c w a b E a a and Ohio River packets at Ltd abridge with b a 0, East and West at with 1. C a St l East and West at do1 get wire a. 5 a w and c and p. North and East at Val by Junction with w a Ujj e and \ it y icy. V k r Fitl Ards Gene a pass age to a. T. Wiki f. G a manager. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. K Tus Carawa in Eft in a Sci a .2, sing stations. Leave new philae pm canal Dover. Zoar. Mineral Point. Magnolia. Way Wesbur. Malvern. Oneida. Minerva. A drive Bayard. Alliance. Cleveland. Wei is i lie. Be la ire. Pittsburgh. Stations. Ii Dule 9. Ress j local St. Paul Minneapolis and Manitoba Ray. A magnificent his the Montana express a will be inaugurated november 10, 1888. Elegant dining cars drawing room sleepers handsome Day coaches a and free colonist sleepers with Kitchen and lavatory. The Only line to sheriff g. W. Bower lawyer V. Ream sex judge Alex. Brown and editor Sam. Moore left n. P. On monday for Dayton to take a hand As delegates m the Ohio democratic state convention which met tuesday. Let Harmony prevail As a Good ticket is certain to be nominated and then let us All move Forward in solid Colum for democratic Victory in november. The Denver Tress says this country should no longer be the dumping ground for the thugs and anarchists and disturbing elements the old world. Stringent Laws ought to be enacted to prevent the Landing immigrants who do not propose to become Law abiding american citizens. Discrimination should be made in favor Law and order in this country. This is a great land hut it is not great enough to endanger its institutions by admitting the worst element foreign countries to us privileges in order that they May decry its Laws and customs and labor with might and main to destroy a the Citadel Liberty and Law which has Cost so much to construct and is thrice dearer to every american citizen. The time has fully arrived to restrict indiscriminate immigration to America. On this subject a writer in the inter Ocean pertinently says a the american people Are coming to have a wholesome dread the a foreign landlord Ami the a English they see the inevitable tendency the control american acres and american industries by non resident owners. In this too has been shown an entire reversal our foreign policy. Fora Hundred years our legislation in the various states was framed almost entirely with a View to induce foreign immigration. One the first acts to be passed by the legislature each the states the Union after the War Independence was one permitting non Allegianis to take and hold land. This reversal established English Law and policy was the most emphatic invitation that could possibly be Given to the world to come and share our resources without taking any responsibility for our methods. To Day the tendency is overwhelmingly in the other direction. Already m some states an alien can not take title to realty. In Illinois the Law provides that unless an owner who took lawfully under former statutes shall become a naturalized citizen within five years his estate shall escheat. The constitutionality the act May be doubtful hut it shows unmistakably the trend Public thought. We Are hardly More desirous foreign investors than foreign labourers. We do not care to advertise in our new worlds fair for foreign capitalistic control our industries and resources. On the contrary there is a fixed determination to americanize our the three great cities Montana. Is us for maps and general information in Auire your own ticket age to f. I. Whitney Gene i Pas. And Tkv tags to St. Paul Minnesota. 33 10<> ladies wanted the question to be settled at the polls in Ohio this fall is whether the citizens Are to be governed by a dictator j. B. Foraker by the people. Shall local self government be abolished will the people throw off the Yoke High Protection and unjust taxation the Burden is becoming very oppressive. Trusts and combinations capital Are swallowing up the fruits our labors. The question is with the people Are we really to strike for Freedom Are we willing to have our Fetters forged tighter. The completion the ten driven Wells land Between the rolling Mill and River Bank and near the pumping works the n. 1�?T. Water Supply co., is a matter satisfaction to our people As they Are thus assured an abundant Supply water equal to the Best that can be found anywhere in the strata underlying this Region. The Reservoir the Hill East town has we understand been thoroughly renovated and filled from the driven Wells with the a Bright and sparkling let us a i. 2 00 .l 1 00 . 2 10 2 23 2 01 2 40 3 01 0. 5 1 2 no 2 31 2 59 3 07 3 45 3 55 in 05 a a i2 50 . Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. Bellaire. Weils Tlle. Cleveland. Alliance. Bayard. Minerva. Oneida. Malvern. Waynesburg. Magnolia. Mineral Point. Zoar. Canal Dover. Arrive new Philadelph f10 . 4 40 0 15 7 4,3 1 to 55 11 i 4 .11 j 1. I 17 i 33 02 to 15 i 2 40 i 1 05 i 3 10 111 i i 13 5 00 00 777777�?� i 7 to . Us s 3s i 8 5o 9 20 i 9 55 10 10 lid 40 11 00 All trains Art. Run daily except sunday. Passengers Tor lir Vest a Muneef. At Alliance with trains the rent lots Ayne route running Pullman Palace beeping Lars and through coaches to Clit a to. For time Tablet to. F. Milk agent. James A t general m Mia Pittsburgh. A. Lire Etc., apply to new Phi vie phia Ohio. E. A. Ford r. Gen. Pas. Age to in v All Effe it i ail. Cumber 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 cheap. Farm 91 acres situated in Rush township within three Miles two railroads Good new House and other buildings Well improved. Also 50 acres Good Hill land situated within two Miles Uhrichsville. For further information Call w. H. Westhafer Tracy Tuscarawas co., 14tf for Sale. The management the Tuscarawas county fair to be held the grounds near Dover october 1st, 2d, 3d and Jib is Active m making preparations for the grand event. The season has so far been favourable for a magnificent display fruits vegetables grains Etc., while All that we want to be assured to make the fair what the most enthusiastic lovers such laudable undertakings desire is Good weather. We earnestly Appeal to a old probabilities the u. Signal service to Bend a gracious ear to our prayer for the same. Fine Job printing done a Wheeling has passed an ordinance against throwing banana peelings the Side walk. Miss Emma Robb was married to her brother in Laws brother . Ray Pana a few Days ago. About 300 excursion lists went from new Philadelphia to Chippewa Lake saturday. It was the annual picnic our rolling Mill people. Jacob Miller a half brother the late c. Aultman Canton died the 22nd, inst. He was superintendent and chief stockholder in the Aultman agricultural works. The non rusting property aluminium Bronze has led the austrian government to Experiment with it As a material for gun barrels. Or. Roland Kurtz says that Bray Moore threshed 1,000 bushels Oats and 1672 bushels wheat at his place in two Days and moved twice. That is Good work. Having a larger Stock italian bees than i wish to keep i will sell a portion them at fair prices. They Are in Lirett class condition. Call the editor the times. There have been More new houses built in new Philadelphia this season than in any one year for the past five years. This shows that our town is the move with a Bright Prospect for the future. The n. P. Town councilmen Are still wrestling with the electric Light question and we fear it will get them underneath unless they stiffen their spinal columns a Little. By All Means give us the electric Light. Billy Bowers Broad shouldered a a Bossy arrived last sunday morning in time to breakfast with the family and invited guests and upon taking a Survey his proportions they resolved to weigh him and he kicked the beam at twelve pounds without coat hat breeches boots. All right for you Bill a. Mother rom Beaverdam. Cadiz Harrison county folks persevered in to Weir efforts to find natural Gas and put Down their fourth Well before they were successful in then their Enterprise and Energy were rewarded. The Harrison natural Gas company was organized at Cadiz a few Days ago with a capital Stock 825,000. For the purpose utilizing the Gas product for fuel and Light for the town Cadiz. The Success at Cadiz rather in that Vicinity should stimulate people in other localities to further efforts for discovery notably the people Tuscarawas county. The last Well drilled near Here at old town Basin mans think would have proved a Success if it had been driven deeper. As it was the indications were Good for finding a paying Deposit Gas Oil both. In the midst these indications at 900 feet further work was abandoned for the want funds and new members to the Enterprise not coming to the front with funds the original company having already sunk about$2,000, abandoned the work. If we had natural Gas for new Philadelphia it would soon he a looming Little City. The Beautiful location Fertile country around the natural and advantages surrounding in the Rich deposits Coal Iron and fire Clay the Ocean Salt water that lies beneath us at a few Hundred feet give this locality extraordinary advantages Over other towns leaving Only the want Money Enterprise and push to make this an exceptional Center population business and wealth. Why not organize a new company for Gas exploration and continue the Good work below the 900 feet level reached at old town Basin no risk no Luck the a a Hole at old town Basin referred to keeps up a continual Ilow the finest Mineral water from a depth about 400 Teet since the Gas and Oil were shut off. This water has been tested by a chemist and found to contain important medical properties while As a a a beverage it is As palatable and refreshing As the purest Mountain so ring water. So we think that with the Oil and Gas a a show and the pure water that flows from the old town Basin Well that locality is Worth further prospecting and that a new company should be formed and the Money raised to do it. Arc the be no t and child Are doing Well. We acknowledge the receipt complimentary tickets to the Uhrichsville and Dennison fair to be held september 3, 4, 5 and 6, 1s89. This fair promises to be one the Best Ever held in the county. A Good list libera premiums Are offered and everybody requested to bring something for the exhibition. Done to forget the Date. New philadelphian Waken up and let us go with the founding a Normal school. It will not Only Benefit the town hut the entire Community. Because the Yote the Park was not what was expected and the Park a failure is no reason Why the town should not have a first class Normal school. Who will come Forward and he Leader in the movement to push it to Success ? . J. Ball Nephew . Vail this City has returned from fort Mcdowell Arizona where he had been serving in the regular army. Iii five year term enlistment having expired he is much pleased to return to civilization where he can enjoy the life and Freedom a citizen. Or. Ball was our correspondent for quite a while from fort Mcdowell. Lie will doubtless go to Chicago to live after visiting friends Here. Or. Daniel Minnich an aged and highly respected citizen new Philadelphia died last thursday and was bulled saturday. Or. Minnich had been in the dry goods business for Many years and was Well liked by his Many patrons. For the past year he Lias been in poor health and had retired from business. Lung disease was the immediate cause his death. He was a member the lutheran Church. He leaves a widow. Week before last some one under the Nom de plume a we know you worked his Fertile brain into a commotion warming up his spinal column oozed out at the Back his neck. Seeing it he mused what Means this uninspired thing a Little printers Ink ill Sling. So he Slung it at the methodists. United Brethren presbyterian lutheran. Baptists and German reformed All the Church members the Valley. As this is dog Days and Many curs go a muzzled so this one snarls out a a a few lines from this god forsaken cider drinking Church Community a might probably interest some your readers. So it did. Looking along the line our Valley from Roxford to new Philadelphia a distance about nine Miles we find but three farms bordering the Beaverdam Road have changed hands in the last Twenty years. Docs this show a Lack strength purpose Industry and Prosperity in this distance there Are four splendid schools and adjacent to the Road. Does this look As if the education our youth both moral and intellectual was neglected then there Are three churches. Does this look like a god forsaken Community ? not a drunkard not a dram Drinker the Valley Man boy. Does this look like a cider drinking Community. Now As to the a a Church members who got drunk in old Lens barn a what a flagrant lie As to the Hoys none them were Ever converted even in full connection with the Church. It was Only a thoughtless act their part and they never meant any harm. Every one knows it was Only a Little indiscretion a hand full wild Oats sown and it was better sown now than a Bushel in years to come. A a old Lens another drop hydrophobia from this canines Mouth. What a malicious and sneaking attempt at slander. Or. Is one our most respectable Christian citizens. He and his family Are above reproach and this barn was not the scene a a we know you so dramatic plot. What Sublime ignorance this barn and the Drunken Church members Only existed in his muddled brain. Next a a boys and girls remember the Sabbath Day to keep it pious whiner did you never break the Sabbath ? let him that is without sin cast the first Stone. A a Farmers Are cutting Oats making Hay and picking Black they Are better employed. Perhaps this Harp a thousand strings has been lying under the Black Berry Bush looking up at the Clouds and gathering inspiration from the Black ants and Bald headed hornets. Then the next Dew drop from the pen this professor rhetoric is a a we will bet our bet our dog was there Ever anything so aromatic so Beautiful so soul inspiring As this we presume his dog is his largest worldly Possession. For men when sure winning usually bet their most valuable effects. Then this dispenser Choice language pours out this sentence a the Corn no longer looks like hades is the hebrew hell. The Corn looks no longer like hell what a moralist what a gentleman literary Star behind the senseless Nom Deplumer we know sow your Slang with a pen for a tool that All the world May know you arc a re Union a fool. From Dundee. Our commonest Plant 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. 2, 188s. Going j going Nourn. No. 3. No. 7. To. 4. No. 6. 11 15am 4 loom la a Levei Cedar 9 24am 2 30pm 12 02pm 5 08 Perdu. Iiiu.1 m 0-3 1 42 12 30 5 37 a a a a. 5 1 15 1 2s 6 33 it inn a 7 .55 12 15 2 15 7 20 a Yuit a Jet la 7 05 1 1130am 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. Vor Sale Exchange a business room and Stock general merchandise in a Good business town 000 inhabitants in a Rich Community in Tuscarawas county. Stock will invoice �3,cc0. Information can be had at the times office. Of the 7., n. A. R. R. Co., the c. Amp And also the Valley company have All talked and figured building their line Road to new Philadelphia and have kept us the anxious seat so Long we arc almost out patience. Our town will Welcome any one these lines and will give them a Large business patronage. Why does not one these roads make a Start ? the latest proposition the c. Amp m., is to diverge from the old line their Road above Blick town and come around the Hill by a. Beyers Mill and Cross the River taking the line Mulberry Street to near the c. Amp p. And then to Dover crossing the River above the Dover Iron Mills and thence to Valley Junction. We understand that some the incorporator the Short line from Dover to the Junction have not wheeled into line yet. The increased traffic our Iron Mills will Aid the Road very much. Messes. Reeves Are hustlers and Good reliable business men and Are enlarging their works Here. They should have greater frailties for shipping and then this City would soon come to the front As an Iron manufacturing town. The citizens should give some encouragement to this Railroad movement that any Road that would Benefit the town. Grasses As . Ii. Trimer states the most universally diffused Over Globe All flowering plants there ing no District in which they do occur while in nearly All they Are a leading and dominant feature the Flora. Two other orders compositae and Legum Nosal contain a greater number species than the Aminee but none has so Many individual plants. The species grasses probably number about g000, and they form about one twentieth the flowering plants As a whole though in almost any Given locality this proposition is largely exceeded. The actual proportion species grasses to the whole Flower bearing Flora in different countries is found to vary from about one fourth in the Artie regions to about one Twenty fifth at the Cape Good Hope. It is about one twelfth in the British Isles and in the United states increasing to one eighth in the Southern part the latter. Friday was directors Day at the teachers Institute and there was a Good attendance if it did take3,000copies that Anonymous letter to inform them that they were requested to he present. Of course the -59.09 expense was for the invitation to the directors and not for the part scouring the editor. So the expense account rays. Of for some one to own that Anonymous letter. The naughty thing to go to the printing office by itself and get published. Or. Solomon Cogan we Iio resides the farm John Emerson two Miles South West new Philadelphia will have a Public Sale tuesday september 3rd, 1889. A mistake was made in the posters by the word thursday instead tuesday being Given As a Date. All parties wishing to attend will please take notice. Horses cows Young cattle hogs Hay Grain farming utensils and various other articles will be offered. A Grant rally. Their j justness Rooming probably no one thing has caused such a general revival Trade at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store As their giving away to their customers so Many free trial bottles . Kings new discovery for consumption. Their Trade i is simply enormous in this very valuable article from the fact that it always cures and never disappoints. Coughs colds asthma bronchitis croup and All Throat Anu lung diseases quickly cured. You can test it before buying by getting a trial bottle free Large size 51. Every bottle warranted. A reunion All the g. A. R. Posts Tuscarawas county will take place the county fair grounds old Camp Meigs thursday sept. 5th, 1889. A Basket picnic Good music and Good speakers will Heip to enliven the occasion. All the posts the county together and All other sex Soldi it is with their wives and families Are invited to thi3 reunion Tuscarawas county battalion. Come. The old soldiers can last but a few years at Best and it is a pleasure they should not neglect to meet old comrades and talk Over old associations. Everybody is invited. The programme the Day will be As follows Assembly at 9 a. M. Business meeting county battalion at 10 a. M. Formation county battalion and March at 11 to 11.30 a. M. Dinner at 32 noon. Meet at speakers stand at 1.30 p. M. Patriotic songs Good speaking and Camp stories. Come to the reunion. The management our Post office has recently been changed. Or. James w. Stout who has served the Public honestly and faithfully for nearly four years retires with the Good will All. Or. Beriah Jones the new appointee is an honest and upright Man and will give satisfaction. About a year ago the Good people Dundee came to the common conclusion that the Sale intoxicating liquor was a great curse to our formerly quiet Village acting upon this general opinion the people Rose and said by an almost unanimous vote a the Saloon must go a and it went. The consequences have been very favourable and the record our town is now purer and better. St in we have a few exceptional cases in the persons several disc Eui table citizens who in spite All prohibition manage to keep a full Supply the deadly Stull constantly nand. Last saturday evening while under the influence said stuff one them gruffly mus Ltd two Small innocent gird. We would Good Nat redly warn said party to better his deportment he May possibly have the Opportunity seeing his name in print. Rev. J. 11. Dodd the , conducted a series very interesting meetings saturday evening and sunday. Rev. Dodd is an Able speaker and his discourses Are highly appreciated by All. We arc pleased to announce that miss Ella Itskin who Lias been the sick lit for some time is again Able to be about. Miss Ella is one our Best Young ladies and a Grace to society. Geo. E. Mckean is spending vacation with parents and Many friends at this place. George is always Welcome in our midst. Or. And mrs. Elmer Baker Are mourning the departure their Only child aged two months who died last thursday. The remains the Little one were Laid to rest saturday Rev. Smith Wilmot officiating. Yes we Are going to have a Union Sabbath school picnic saturday August 31. If time and Effort will secure it it will be the picnic picnics and a All picnics the Best. We have a magnificent Grove have engaged the Best speakers and course several the noted bands this part the country. Everybody cordially invited to attend. Gather up your friends fill your Bas the veterans and their friends the 35th, Ohio yols., was held As previously announced at Coshocton Ohio aug. 22 and 23, 1889. At the business meeting the regiment the report the treasurer showed there was a balance hand 5700. All the officers were re elected to serve until the next re Union and comrades Nicholas and King Coshocton har Gerof canal Dover Correll new Philadelphia and Welsh Uhrichsville were appointed a committee to select the time and place for the next re Union. The committee organized by electing Comrade i larger chairman and i a. Correll Secretary and defered selecting the time and place for the next re Union until some future meeting. The first Days proceedings consisted a business meeting ending with a general hand shaking and a greeting old comrades concluding with a dress Parade in the evening and a campfire at night. The second Day commenced with the regiments taking their positions the court House Steps for their picture by a local artist e. P. Mathews this City and another dress Parade participated in by members the regiment Only in the same order As in the Days 1861-5, after which a procession was formed marching to the county fair grounds proceeded by the Coshocton hand and the local g. A. It. Post. After dinner at the fair grounds an address Welcome was delivered by the mayor the City Hon. Geo. A. Hay followed by an Eulogy the life and character Hon. Stanley Matthews first colonel the 51 is and late Justice the supreme court the United states ending with an address Soldier life by the Rev. Johnt. Wilson. Want time and space Render it impossible to give even a synopsis the several addresses suffice it to say that they were one and All highly entertaining and instructive. The members the regiment then adopted a series resolutions thanking the committee entertainment and the citizens Coshocton for the admirable and bounteous manner they provided for our Comfort and that old Coshocton will have an abiding place in the heart every survivor the regiment so Long As life lasts also thanking col. Nicholas for his elegant Eulogy the life the late col. Stanley Matthews. Personal notes and otherwise. The Junior drum corps this place was an Especial feature the re Union and one which reminded the boys by gone Days. As a matter necessity some chronic Grumbler must find fault consequently one member the regiment from hire who got left was boiling Over with rage upon his arrival at Coshocton to find that the brass band was not to receive him that a grand banquet had not been spread for his special Benefit and that quarters had not been secured for him at the Park hotel. The boys unanimously except one halted individual voted the re Union a Success and Coshocton the Best place to hold it. Too much credit cannot be Given to the committee entertainment comrades Hay King Bucklew and for the splendid manner in which they performed their duties. Comrade Croxton wants to be careful who he tells that a starter and catchers Story to he told at the campfire. The boys Learned a new piece new music at Coshocton the first line which is a twas a Bright summer one Hundred and forty five survivors the regiment registered their names. Of course the re Union would have not been a Success without an address from your a Uncle Ned a who explained nil about the War and his service in the 80 and 51 Ohio to the satisfaction the boys at least. A Comrade. Personal mention. Miss Vina Smith is the guest miss Gertrude Spence. Miss Hortie Iline this City is visiting relatives in Cleveland. Or. Will Smith Uhrichsville Sun Dayed in new Philadelphia. Miss Everett Gnadenhutten the guest miss Bessie Hoover. Was messes. John Arnold and Charles i Loup have returned from their Western trip. A . W. Taylor and sister Cambridge Are visiting friends in new Philadelphia. Miss Francis Mclean will entertain a Large number her friends thursday evening. Misses Emma Brooks and Hattie Bence Dover Are the guest miss Caroline Dick. Or. And mrs. Bodey and daughters Carrie and Annie Dover run in to new Philadelphia monday. Old town Reader please notice miss Nano Bootie and grandma Donnell spent saturday in Uhrichsville. Or. Will Ward Niles o., is visiting at the residence his brother James North Broadway. Misses Jane and Edna Mcdermott Loroy after a weeks visit with friends in new Philadelphia left Friday for to Weir Home. Or. Henry Dahmer and wife Pic Nice at Lake Chippewa thursday last and report it to them the happiest Day the season. Miss Elia Wilson and miss Blanche Smith who have been visiting miss Nano Booth Lett Friday for their respective Homes in Dennison and Uhrichsville. Wilbert and Walter Kurtz left Friday for a weeks visit with their Cousin at Jeannett penn., and with their brother Harry and Uncle . Ber Tolette at Leetonia Ohio. Or. James Ward sr., Pittsburg was in n. P. Saturday sunday amp monday visiting his son Jas. Ward jr., and especially paying his respects to his Little grand son c. B. Ward. Captain Daniel Korns postmaster new Philadelphia and one the leading republicans and citizens Tuscarawas county was in the City Cleveland Leader. 1 us. 21. Halstead a heal Issue. Mrs. Allen Smith Nee miss Jessie Donnell and Little son Donald Topeka kans., Are visiting relations and friends in our City a stopping with j. H. Booth and family West Ray Street. A meeting the army the Cumberland at Chattanooga. Car last u11051 sugar Cheek. Weather very Fine and pleasant. B. Hostetler shipped several loads Stock from this place monday. N. O. Denehy having finished the plow business for this season is now aiding the Farmers in putting out their wheat in the Way Selling Grain drills. The Wall Amos Hostetler a new 1 building to be t Tion t lie carpenters and bricklayers will soon begin their work. The building will lie 40 x 50 feet and probably three stories this will make quite an improvement to our town. The teachers from this place arc All Home from attending the teachers Institute and they report having a very profitable and interesting time. Peter Coder the candidate for sheriff spent a few hours in our Village today. Or cooler is one those Friendly and genial gentlemen that will win respect and he esteemed by All Tho a with whom he comes in Contact. Mrs. Goeler is a woman that is not to be excelled in keeping a tidy and tasteful House. When . And mrs. Goeler once have charge the Tus. Co., jail then the right family will surely be in the right place. Relato Defebo. For meeting the army the Cumberland at Chattanooga september 18th anti 19th, rate one fare for round trip,$9.75, will be made from Cincinnati. Tickets sold sept. 12th, and 16th, Good for return to oct. 10th, via the Queen and Crescent route. This is one the grandest Scenic lines the continent passing As it does through the Beautiful Blue grass Region Kentucky crossing the famous High Bridge which spans he Kentucky River at an Elevation 285 feet above the Channel passing through the pretty towns Lexington Delaware Nicholasville and the fruit counties Lincoln and Pulaski. In the mountains at Point Burnside where the line crossed the Cumberland River the scene is one picturesque grandeur beyond description. This is the Only direct line running entire trains through without charge. Three express trains daily leave Central Union depot Cincinnati. _ half rate Harvest excursions. Will leave Chicago and Milwaukee via the Chicago Milwaukee 1st. 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. Y. 11. Carpenter general passenger agent Milwaukee wis. 32w 1 forced to leave Home the offensive and defensive Alliance j. B. Foraker and Murat Halstead for the purpose re electing Foraker governor As a stepping Stone to the Republican nomination for president in 1892, and electing Halstead u. Senator next Winter is creating disharmony in various parts the state but nowhere else Are the Republican legislative candidates so precariously placed by the Foraker Halstead Deal As in Mahoning county. There senator John held a warm place m the hearts the people regardless party. Even during the bitter Campaign 1ss1 the democratic journal Mahoning while blistering Blaine All occasions had naught but courteous mention the vice presidential candidate. There to Day lives one the truest and most Loyal friends John a. Logan Ever possessed the Blunt Bluff fearless and emphatic Cha Ticey a. Andrews. The tie Between Chauncey and John a., senior dead is Only strengthened As John a. Junior is now the son in Law and one the business partners the All pervading Andrews interest in the Mahoning Valley. When Halstead was nominated t a Harrison Cha Tuccy a. Andrews the Ohio several million Aire and his Bright aggressive Indian blood tinged son in Law took the Warpath to prevent his confirmation by the Senate. To them and their influences it is due that . Halstead a stay in Germany was limited to a few weeks at his own expense instead being prolonged several years at government expense. And now that . Foraker the Public stagi1, the occasion being advertised by associated press and published in extensor in Ohio papers proclaims for Halstead and Halstead a a vindication by his election As a member that body which rejected him vicious malignant abuse John a. Logan being one salient reason for such rejection the Andrews Logan forces Mahoning Are hand to see that no Man not pledged to openly oppose and vote first last and All the time against Murat Halstead for u. Senator shall be elected to the legislature from Mahoning county. Should candidates Lem. C. Oil and John r. Davis so pledge themselves they will have the local Bosses Asa Jones Lou King Bob Mccurdy and their faction Down them. If they attempt dodging the question by saying half Toad May not be the caucus nominee that they will not vote at All messes. Andrews Logan and their powerful following will oppose them As they would Halstead in person for the natural and pertinent reply to such weak subterfuge is a if he is not before the caucus and joint session you lose nothing by pledging yourself to vote against him if he does appear As a such is the legislative situation in Mahoning at this time. Halstead is the Issue. Messes. Davis and Ohl must declare to Weir intention to vote against him even if he should be the caucus nominee As he certainly will he if Foraker and his party legislature is elected lose the Andrews Logan influence. And if they do announce their intention to vote against Halstead whether not he be the Choice the party caucus then Asa Jones and the other anti Andrews faction will deliberately and with avowed purpose Slaughter them. In any Case the Youthful Lemuel c. And portly John r. Will be forced to pledge themselves for against Halstead before the election. C. H. And John a., jr., Are not the kind Birds to let a caught with non committal chaff nor do they propose after co passing Halstead a defeat in the u. 8. Senate to exalt him to the much greater Honor than even Harrison though to pay for his services with by permitting him to occupy a seat in the Senate chamber once honoured by the Soldier statesman John a. Logan we shall watch with some interest to see which Horn the dilemma the Republican legislative candidates Mahoning will the South West Over co people were forced to leave i their Homes yesterday to Call for a free j trial package lanes family medi Cine. If your blood is bad your liver i and kidneys out order if you Are j constipated and have headache and an j unsightly complexion done to fail to Call any druggist to Day for a fro Sample tins grand remedy. The ladies Praise it. Everyone likes it. Large size packages 50 cents. Til nov. Sets come and spend a Day pleasure and recreation among the picturesque rocks and other Beautiful scenery in the Vicinity Dundee. More anon. U. B. Still. We were obliged to omit a portion the above communication for want room red. Chases Farley malt whisky is free from ail Trace Verdigris other impurity. Being Rich and nutritious it builds up the feeble and consumptive. Bold by a. Bippus a Bon new Philadelphia. 35w4 lost stolen. From Stone Creek. The dedication the k. Of. P Hall at this place Friday last was a grand affair. The Shanesville and Foehl Vilie bands furnished the music for the occasion and j. A. Richards the oration. A supper consisting oysters ice Cream cakes pies and other delicacies was served in the evening after which a grand Ball where the attendants amused themselves until 3 i clock in the morning. The Fitzpatrick family merry j makers with their Anions Swiss Bell from my pocket last saturday a Large pocket Book containing $3 in Money a number certificates Deposit a. Bates Bank new Philadelphia two promissory notes and other papers. The Public Are cautioned against purchasing any the papers. George re if. August 10, 18s9. 33w3 Ohio state fair. The electric blowpipe1. The Ordinary methods electric welding by passing tic current through the Points to be fused together Are not convenient for All purposes and prof. Samuel Sheldon Harvard University suggests what he believes would be better for Many cases. The pole a powerful Magnet strongly attracts a it Pel the electric arc which May by this Means he driven out sideways into a Point very similar to the Point Flaune projected from an Ordinary blowpipe. At the end this pipe the heat is intent being sufficient to melt Large Copper wire instantly and to fuse any the metals. It would serve admirably fur welding and a slight alteration would lit any arc lamp to perform the double function lighting and Weld Ltd a a sugar in Europe. Excursion via Pennsylvania links. Excursion tickets will he sold via the Pennsylvania lines to Columbus from _. September 2d to 6th, at rate $2,9o cts ringing gave first class entertainments ,. To ,.from 1. Inch Seville Junction Good re in Central Hall wednesday and Friday evenings last week. We Hope they May visit our town again. The picnic which was to be held Here by the English sunday school the turning until september 7th. Of trains see Hills. For time the first beat sugar factory was established in lower Silesia near the close last Century but was unsuccessful. What was called the True method extracting beet sugar was laboriously developed about the beginning this Century but such improvements have since been made that forty per cent less beet is now required to produce a Given Quantity sugar than in 1836. Germany the Chi Ltd producer now has 401 factories 300,000 acres under beet cultivation and turns out about a million ton beet Stigar yearly. France and Austria Hungary produce about half a million tons each Russia and Poland about 350,090 tons and Belgium 90,000 tons. Marriage licenses granted. Ulysses s. Reeves to Nellie , Charles g. Fischer to Maggie Walker John e. Sudduth to Laura a Varner. A i in a War r a. A a houses for Sale. Place. 11th, proxies not to take Yeisley has withdrawn the Ora account several dances having advertised for the evening that Rev. R been Day. For Bale a Good second hand Phaeton i Loup make practically As Good As new and Cost $150. Will sell Low want to buy a two seat Rig is the reason for Selling. Inquire at the times office. 3t a number desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Enquire at times office. Two Good office rooms for rent in the Chapin Block Over san Hauser a store. Call at times office. 27tf

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