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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - December 4, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published Evert thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing of every description done on Short notice. Your favor solicit d. New Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. 8fac>. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches half column. One column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y it. % 1 00 92 00 9 3 00 15 00 200 5 00 7 50 15 00 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 60 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 8 00 22 50 40 00 76 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday december 4, 1890. Number 49. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect nov. 23, 1890. Going East. Stations. A ail. Express local. A Kay new Philadelphia 6 25 . 2 00 . 1 00 . Canal Dover. 6 45 a a 210 a a 120 a a Zoar. 7 15 a a 2 25 a a i 45 a a Mineral Point. 7 30 a a 2 31 a a 1 55 a a Magnolia. 8 00 a a 2 46 a a 2 17 a a Wayne Burg. 810 a a 2 51 a a 2 25 a a Malvern. 8 35 a a 3 01 a a 3 01 a a Oneida. 8 45 a a 3 06 a a 3 20 a a Minerva. 9 00 a a 315 a a 3 40 a a arrive Dayard. 9 20 a a 3 25 a a 3.55 a a Alliance. Cleveland. 10 15 a a 4 30 a a 12 50 . 6 35 a a Wellsville. 12 c5 a a 4 50 a a Bellaire. 5 05 a a 8 25 a a. Pittsburgh. 2 20 a a 7 00going West. Stations. Mall. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. 610 . 12 45 . Bellaire. 4 4o 10 to . 8 15 2 40 Cleveland. 7 45 1 15alliance. 10 25 3 10 Bayard. 10 50 4 15 710 . Minerva. Ions i 25 7 25 on Ida. 11 of 4 36 7 so Malvern. 11 13 4 43 8 35a Waynesburg. 11 21 5 00 8 55 Magnolia. 11 3 5 07 9 20 Mineral Point. 11 44 5 27 9 55 Zoar. 11 50 5 35 10 10 canal Dover. 12 05 p re 6 00 10 40 arrive 11 00 new Philadelphia 12 15 6 15 hew Philadelphia times Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday december 4, 1890. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 so a Oths new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in advance100 if not paid within three mods 1.50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post Filce order to the address of the proprietor. So a address All matter intended for publication. To the times. A trains Are run Dally except sunday. Passengers for the West connect at Alliance with trains on the a great fort Wayne route running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates of fare etc., apply to j. F. Milar. Agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. Joseph woo e. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Fas. Age to Pittsburgh a. Cleveland and Marietta Ray. In effect sept. 28, 1890. Going South. Stations. Going North. No. 5. No.3. No. 11 500pm 1115a� 012 60s i230p 128 pm. 100 745a m 730 2i0 755 255 "540. 305 305 t550 s10 311 555 815 317 600 i 826 330 611 837 310 620 847 350 630 854 359 t637 900 405 642 1 �T�910 415 1351 i 422 t65s 925 430 707 451 726 i505 739 511 t74"> 517 751 527 sul. 537 Trio 545 813 552 827 ,., 558 832606 849514 627 847 900 637 910 a 052 925 657 939715 948 11030 j no. A no. 4 Cleveland. 230 pm 114 1223 Canton. Toledo 620 Laval my arii55a> 530 pm ,ii28 506 Turners. 1117 ��?�155 Blackband. 1111 449 philipsburgh05 �?�443 Wolf a 1050 �430 income town iu43 420 Post boy. 1032 406 Guernsey. 1025 359 a Kimbolton. 1019 353 Miller is 1 8 9 343 Oldham a. 1002 356 . 955 350 Byersville j 932 31 it pleasant 918 256 Glenwood. 912 259 i Ava. 905 243 i Belle Valley 858 233 Caldwell. 845 223 Dudley. 833 214 South Olive 827 207 Dexter City 821 202 Macksburg 813 154 Elba. 805 146 Warner. 751 1 53 Whipple. 840 123 Stanley. 721 108 Caywood. 713 103 Marietta. 700 1245 cd Parks by 155 1055 pm something for nearly nothing. A farm and stuck paper almost free to every subscriber to the times. We Are pleased to announce that we have made arrangements with the publishers of the breeders guide and practical Farmer whereby we can give that excellent Stock farm and household journal almost free to every subscriber of the times upon the conditions named below. The offer is Only for a limited time and will be made by no other paper in the county to All who arrearage and one year in Advance we will give the times and a a breeders guide and practical Farmer a one year for the sunt of $1.25. To All new subscribers who will for the times one year in Advance we will give the times and a a breeders a guide and practical Farmer a one year for the sum of $1.25. What is the guide and Farmer the guide and Farmer is a 40-column Stock and farm paper issued twice each month and is Chuck full of practical valuable information for the Farmer and Stock Raiser. It is a fearless expo potent of the various Farmers organizations and should be in the household of every Reader of the times. Come in and subscribe now. Get your friends to come in with you and get the Best paper published in Tuscarawas county and an excellent farm paper with it for Only $1.25. Our clubbing offer. The weeks doings. The weeks doings. Band boys concert new years eve. A new Lodge was organized in this City last Friday night. Several divorce cases have been filed in common pleas court in the past few Days. The Cleveland Junior democratic club was organized Here last thursday evening. Revival services Are in Progress at the methodist episcopal Church. Services each evening at 7 of clock. The members of the u. B. Church held a Basket social in Eagle Hall saturday night. A grand time is reported. The Only Complete 5 and 10 cent store in new Philadelphia is at the fair kaiff�?T8 Block South Broadway. 49vv3 a Large assortment of books now on Sale at special prices. Call Early and get bargains. Wells drug store. 43w3 we Are pleased to learn that James t. Of Donnell is improving after a slight attack of Haemorrhage last thursday night. England was lately visited by a Snow storm that caused a great loss of life among sheep for want of food and shelter. The cheapest and nicest assortment of Holiday goods in new Phila. Are at the fair 13 South Broadway. Raiff Block. 49vv3 the ladies of the lutheran Church will serve dinner and supper in basement of the Church on dec. 18. A fair will be held in connection. Dan. Mathias had hi3 right hand smashed in a cog wheel at Pike run a few Days ago. The thumb will have to be amputated. It is a bad hand. Holiday bargains in silverware jewelry and watches at h. jewelry store on West High Street. Call in and select Holiday goods. 49w3 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 on trains no. 2, 3, and 5 Between Marietta Canton Akron. Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with c-w.&b., t. A 0. 0. Sex. By., z amp 0. R., and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with b. Amp East and West at newcomers town with pc. Amp St l. East Aud West at canal Dover with c. L. A. And c. A p. North and East at Valley Junction with w. Amp l. A and Valley . A. T. Wikoff. Gen manager. W k Richards. Gene a pass age to Pittsburg it. Wayne amp Chicago Railroad condensed time table in effect May 18 a trains depart from Alliance a9 follows on Central Lime no. 1. 9. 11. 3. No. 8. 14. 4 10. 20. 6. Going West fast line. Chicago express. Mall. Mail express. Going Easl fast line. Accommodation. Mail. Fast express. I a express. Alliance accommodation. T 2-30 10-20 t 9-20 a in 4-50 3-45 t 6-30 3-10 t 9-10 f 10-30 2-45 trains leave Alliance for Niles and Youngstown at 5 a a 12-45 a a and 2-30 . Arrive at Alliance from Niles and Youngstown at9-o0 a a 4-30 and 8-00 pm. . 3 has Pullman Palace sleeping cars through to Chicago. For time tables rates of fare through tickets and baggage checks and further information regarding the running of trains apply to the ticket agent Alliance Ohio. A Dally. Daily except except monday. A a. Tord general pass and ticket agent. Joseph Wood manager Pittsburgh la a. The p. C. A St. Louis railway. An handle route. Schedule taking effect june 15, 1890. Going West. Trains depart from the i. O. A St. Louis de of Uhrichsville Junction As follows express. Tl-05 accommodation. F 5 20 express. Express. 12-15 t 3-53 going East. Express. Express. Express. Accommodation 2-45 t 11-0 5 2-40 t 8-15 it every Day. Central time to except sunday. Through coaches from l i Richville Junction 3 Pittsburg Columbus Cincinnati. Indianapolis and St. Louis Pullman Palace bleeping to cars attached to through trains East and West. For tin e tables rates of fare through tickets and further information regarding the running of trains apply to ticket agent Ehrichs Ville Junction Ohio. E a Ford Gen. Pas. And ticket agent Pittsburg a. Joseph Wood Gen. Manager Pittsburg la. The times having a circulation 1,512 already and anxious to surpass every and any paper in the county in circulation which we have already done except the reporter an Independent paper and Ever desirous to please our Large family of readers we have made arrangements whereby we can furnish them with an extra amount of Reading matter for the evenings which Are now lengthening. Agriculture and Stock raising under the present hard times will require More study of the methods of those who have made these pursuits successful. Knowing the readers of the times w Ould be pleased to receive at a very Low figure a first class farm and Stock paper we have made arrangements with the publishers of the breeders guide and practical Farmer of Huntington Indiana whereby we Are enabled to give to each of our subscribers one years subscription to that excellent farm and Stock paper for Twenty five cents that is to All those subscribers who All arrearage and one year in Advance for the times. We Are not Content with giving appreciative subscribers the Best local paper in Tuscarawas county but we want to give them for a Mere pittance the Best Semi monthly Stock and farm paper published in America. The guide and Fanner is a Semi monthly journal devoted to the interest of Farmers and Stock raisers and is Replete with practical information so highly appreciated by All our Farmer readers. It also has a department devoted to the various organizations of Farmers which Are creating so much interest at this time. This department contains about All the news regarding the Farmers movements and is fearless and outspoken upon the questions of vital importance to their welfare. This department alone is Worth the amount we ask for both papers. You will want More Reading matter this Winter than usual and you cannot get so much Reading matter for this Small amount of Money anywhere Tell your neighbors about it and ask them to. Come in with you and get two papers for nearly the Price of one. We will from time to time have Sam pie copies on hand that we would be pleased to have you examine. Com Mence now talk it up and assist us in putting these two excellent journal into the hands of every Man in Tuscarawas county. You May never again have such an Opportunity. Seize it now and get your next door neighbor to help you. The nicest line of solid Gold pens and holders solid Gold thimbles Diamond rings ear rings and Gold Bead chains in town at ii. E. Espenschied a. 49 w 3 Rev. B. M. Price of Dennison will preach in the presbyterian Church in this City Sabbath morning and evening next. All Are cordially invited to attend. Mrs. H. E. Espenschied entertained a number of her friends at Tea Friday evening last. Several of them were teachers who were attending the convention. Jim. Ecker of Dover was arrested and jailed last Friday for assault and Battery. He tried to Cave in Charley Carione a head with billiard balls. Cause a an old grudge. W a it a it h a �=4 m it 53 w <3 w Ehos cd of h a c to d s s e. _ a 0 to a a it i v. 0 �?�5 s e 6 i w re. Re of 3 of re 0 i Goilo North. Cleveland sex. D s amp c Ssu a x pc 0 of Ixon re stations. La Cleveland a 1.peninsula. Akron. Canton. A Val a Jet la so d c a i a c to 1� s re t c g As 5 �12 a 2?�coc1i-i j to i a amp 0 01 a i s Ocse 3. 0 a 0 >5 a 0 e p. Sass j Ocock. C a a is a a it a j Hgt a o to s 03 a a u 3 a g a to w it pm to our subscribers. To s8 to a 3 02 Send to f. P. Shumway jr., Boston mass., for a free Sample copy of the cottage Hearth a Beautiful illustrated Magazine and so realize what an extraordinary offer we Are making when we offer to Send both the cottage Hearth and this paper for a full year for Only $1.50, provided you one year in Advance or procure for the times one new subscriber when the Price of the cottage Hearth alone is $1.50 a year. The Boston transcript says of the cottage Hearth a setting aside its literary contents which Are of a High order of Merit the collection of receipts for the Kitchen and for the sick room its practical suggestions and advice for the raising and care of plants and Flowers its instruction for beautifying Homes by simple Means and other practical features make it invaluable to every saturday night at a meeting of the stockholders of our tile roofing co., the contract for the building of their engine House Wras let to Reese Eber Hardt he being the lowest bidder. We. Shanks aged 14, and Lorenzo Strimer aged 1 3, stole eleven pounds of butter from the Wagon of Francis troendly in rear of a Deilya a store Friday about noon and were arrested and jailed. The butter was recovered. For the pact few Days Henry Knisely walks around As Light As a Feather and is Gay As a Lark. Well we done to blame him its a Nice Pound girl and came to Henry a Home saturday morning just in time for breakfast. John Murphy of Pike run a thursday evening last assisted by an overdose of a a red Eye a beat his better half Over the head with a chair. Her screams Bro to the neighbors in who had him arrested and made to a heavy Fine. Married by Rev. J. Keyes nov. 30, at the Home of the Bride West High Street James a. Axx and miss Mary Osgood All of this City. Dec. 2, at the m. E. Parsonage John b. Hamilton and miss Mary m. Walcot All of Gnadenhutten a metting will be held in Dover at the Iron City House dec. 10, 1890, for the purpose of organizing a Farmers Institute. Officers will be elected and committee appointed to arrange a programme for the Institute which will be held in february. Farmers turn out and help make our Institute a Success. The state furnishes us two Good speakers who will occupy half of the time. Any one desiring further information can write me at Zoar. 49w2 a. C. Nixon. The town of Westchester was visited by fire on saturday night causing a heavy loss of property. The fire originated in the store of h. H. Ripley and was not Long in consuming the entire Stock of goods and building. The fire then swept the dwellings of a. A. Hill yer George Bear and mrs. Elizabeth Mears. The household goods were principally saved. The buildings an entire loss. The store building occupied by Ripley belonged to mrs. Fout of Newtown. We did not learn the amount of insurance. The teachers association has great reason to be congratulated because of the Success of the meeting held Here last week. Nearly 300 teachers Werdyn attendance Many of whom came from adjoining counties. The interest manifested at this meeting shows that the cause of education and the equipment of teachers in their profession is regarded As a very essential foundation for the betterment of society and the up building of our religious and civil institutions. The teacher in a certain sense occupies an exalted position in society. He is not Only an instructor of the intellect but also a moral instructor As Well by example As by Precept. The teachers were a Well appearing and an intelligent assemblage. The program was highly interesting All the Way through. The vocal and instrumental music was excellent. The address by Rev. W. L. Dixon at the m. E. Church was highly entertaining and appreciated by All present. The recitations and exercises at the opera House by prof. Cumnock was the richest part of the entire program. All Felt that it was a rare treat to hear the prof., who has but few equals. We Hope the teachers will find it to their interest to favor our City again soon with their presence on a like occasion. The obituary notice of the daily Democrat of this City we clip from saturdays Issue a a we do not deem it necessary to give As much explanation at the close As at the commencement of the life and labors of the daily Democrat. When born it was christened in the most precise and Plain language we could accommodate to the purpose. In our first Issue we made a full statement of our intentions and desires but they were taken As so much Idle talk. We know the spirit in we hich our Enterprise was received but wre set to work with a determination to convince the doubting to prove our word and display our ability. A a we went through one of the most bitterly contested local political campaigns without a single reference to either opposing candidate in order to show our disregard for the political future of men and parties we wrent to considerable expense and trouble to gather All the floating news and describe in detail All the important events that you might see what we could do in another direction we Laboured earnestly in behalf of a joint Board of Trade for canal Dover and new Philadelphia a scheme in which we yet take Especial Pride and credit having originated the idea and successfully organized the institution Only to have it killed by a few Semi politicians and so called business men of the county seat that you might be satisfied of our concern in your town and imbibe a Little bit of the enthusiasm we had for its welfare. We did All this and More but alas the blood of our people was Cool their ideas were their own and their motions slower than those of father time who caught up with us and bid us Tarry. A a to Cut a Short matter Shorter we have concluded to discontinue the publication of the daily Democrat. We have no apology to make. If we have lost it was your gain if you will lose it will be our gain. A Mere turning of tables. The daily has gone to join the Board of Trade. They will As each others partner Lead the German in the ghost dance to which All Are invited. No regrets will be received. With a slight change in the service we say a peace to the the weeks doings. For sale�?10 acres of 1st and 2nd growth Timber. Inquire at this office. Strayed a White cow. Any one furnishing information concerning her will be rewarded by calling on the editor of times. For rent a new House 9 rooms on East St. Clair Street. Inquire of s. J. Beck. 49 for Holiday toys go to a a the fair a no. 3, Raiffe a Block South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 49w3 lost on Friday last a Black silk Sash Between front fair or 5th streets. Finder will please return same to the times office. All persons indebted to me will plea e Call and Settle before Jan. 1,1891. F. G. Helms m. D. Port Washington The Coshocton Standard hoists their Banner with Grover Cleveland a name for the next president of the United states. He is our Choice and Hope he May be nominated. We have a special Supply of Diamond Breust pins ear rings Finger rings studs and watches at Rock Bottom prices for the Holiday Trade. Remember we guarantee our goods. Halls jewelry store. 49w3 anyone purchasing goods to the amount of $5.00 and upwards at h. E. Espenschied a Jewely store can have the Benefit of 10 or cutoff from our Cash prices until after the holidays. Remember Money saved is Money earned. 49 w3 for Yule goods you can be pleased in anything you want and at prices that will Surprise you. Godfrey Schoche a Holiday goods far surpass any in Quality Quantity and prices. Don to fail to examine his line of toys etc., before purchasing elsewhere. Near Post office new Philadelphia. 49w3 Points about people. Benjamin Demuth of Canton is visiting in Frank Coventry of Cleveland was in town last Charley Mcllvain of Wooster was it town Over sunday. Emma Essig of Carrollton is the guest of Clara Custer. Lawyer Stockwell and family were at Cleveland last week. Mrs. Joseph Strickmaker is visiting in Carrollton at present. Frank Glover of Wooster ate thanksgiving Turkey in new Phila. J. A. Rhodes wife and family of Canton were in town thanksgiving. Bertie Schweitzer of Allegheny pa., is the guest of Ida Loutzenhiser. George Taylor of Cleveland was the guest of Cora Ashbaugh last thursday. Or. Frank Cody of Cleveland spen thanksgiving Day in new Philadelphia. Or. J Ohn Scott of Wayne Burgh came Down for the social Hope thanksgiving. Mrs. John Allen returned to her Home in Carrollton accompanied by mrs. J of. Strickmaker. John Caddes returned to his Home in Wolf after a few weeks visit with his sister mrs. William John. Fannie Campbell after a pleasant visit to her Uncle George Dearborn a returned to new York Friday. Messes. Glover Dent Thompson my clean and Mccoy of Coshocton were at the dance thursday evening. Fire broke out in the old furniture building near the c. A p. Depot at Mineral Point Friday evening last damaging the building considerably and consuming the greater part of the Stock of dry goods of a Polderman Zollinger amp co. Loss $2,200 insurance $1,500. W. L. Davis sustained a loss on furniture but the amount is not yet known. If you Are going to make a present first go and examine the Nice line of solid Gold set Rin a and Gold band rings at h. E. Espenschied a Jewely store. We will give you a special bargain for the holidays. We also ask your attention to our Fine line of Silver Ware Gold watches and solid Gold spectacles. 49 w3 or. Grant Mitchell of Canton son of or. Hugh k. Mitchell of this City will be married to Day to miss Lahm daughter of judge Lahm of Canton. Or. Mitchell is an exemplary Young Man and we Are informed the Young lady who is to become his wife is among the first circles of Canton and a very estimable Young lady. We wish them Well. The following periodicals will be found at . M. It a. Reading room Over Kaderly store Viz harpers weekly the Young menus Era the Independent the Chautauqua Detroit free press weekly the Cincinnati enquirer daily the Cleveland Leader daily the Philadelphia press weekly the n. Y. Weekly world the n. Y. Tribune the n. Y. Voice the youths companion the North american review the forum the scientific american the Atlanta Constitution the Century and the cosmopolitan. Also county papers. Reading room free and open from 9. A. M. To 12. M. And from 1. P. M. To 10. P. M. Mrs. Lowmiller returned to her Home in Jewett after a five weeks visit with her daughter mrs. P. Ii. Read. Messes. Charlie Hamilton Sherard and Oscar Hogue of Cambridge spent thanksgiving with friends in our City. Or. Howard White and family and Frank Coventry of Cleveland spent thanksgiving with or. And mrs. John Coventry. J. M. Amos of the Cambridge jeffersonian and his wife were in attendance at the team heir a meeting Friday and saturday last. Miss Vinnie Smith who has been visiting her Cousin miss Welty left for her Home monday miss Welty accompany aug her for a weeks visit. Shanesville. James g. Patrick and wife of new Philadelphia were the guests of mrs. J. M. Este Over Cadiz Sentinel. Or. Harry Crater of Dover and messes. Harrison Inskeep and Bailey of Mckeesport attended the dance in this City on thanksgiving evening. 3-cs o Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve la the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped bands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and Posl Tiv by cures piles or no required. It is Guam eed to give perfect Snodey refunded. Price 25 cents her bos or c Miller amp Sod. 62 the eyes of nearly All Europe and we May add America Are turned to Ward the social upheaval caused by the of Shea Parnell scrape. The great moral and virtuous dignity of the eng Lisle lord is much outraged at Parnell a conduct seemingly but it is for Power and Vantage ground Over the Irish people that he is so loud in his lamentations. Virtue is As much below among the English aristocrats As it was Ever prostituted by the harem practices of less Savoie cd nations. John Geib of Dover township was arraigned before Justice read last week for Hunting on the premises of another without permission and fined $10 and costs amounting in All to $15.00. Farmers Are determined to enforce the Law and boys who love to sport will have to look out. The Law for trespass is Plain. We give it below to remind them of the penalty. Sec. 696q of revised statues of Ohio reads As follows whoever without having received verbal or written permission from the owner his agents or a person in charge of any lands Waters water course Rivers Ponds Bays estuaries or lakes Hunts or shoot3 at kills or pursues with such intent or with intent of capturing alive on or Over such lands Waters watercourses Rivers Ponds Bays or estuaries any of the Birds mentioned in sections 6960, 09g1 and g9g3 or any other Birds game or animals or destroys or disturbs the eggs or nests of any water fowls or any a domesticated Birds whatever shall be fined not More than Twenty five nor less than five dollars or imprisoned not More than thirty nor less than five Days or both. About g weeks ago or. H. Robertson went to Mineral Point and rented an office in the Rice Block Over John t. Rice a hardware store. He was a Well appearing Man and possessed any amount of Cheek and was not Long in furnishing his office nicely on a stick a the Good people of Mineral wanting to favor him and help him along. He represented himself As a specialist in certain diseases of women. His failure j to his Bills lost him the Friendship of Many citizens. He also did so much a a blowing that it led the people to think he was not the Model Man they took him to be. He of course gathered some practice. Among his patrons was a lady the wife of a certain Engineer on the w. A l. E. Ry., who made frequent visits to the doctors office ostensibly for medical treatment. The Confidence of the citizens having been already shaken the visits of the woman aroused suspicion and especially did it arouse the suspicions of or. Rice that the doctor did not treat his patients according to the medical text books. So in the absence of the doctor or. Rice who has a storage room in the rear of the doctors office bored a Hole through the parti tuition opposite the Cott in the office then on last wednesday when the lady came or. Rice played the part of a detective at the Hole in the partition. He was soon convinced that the doctor was a specialist. This was too much for or. Rice he could not stand a burlesque on his hardware Trade and on thursday had the doctor arraigned before mayor Tracy. He plead guilty was fined $20 and costs and in default of payment was lodged in the lockup. About 12 of clock thursday night a party of men unknown of course took or. Doctor out led him Down the Railroad stripped him made him go through the gyrations of the a ghost dance with switches then applied a Good coat of tar put his clothes on him Over the tar and bade him skip which he was very willing to do. The lady to fix matters with her husband said she was mesmerized by the doctor and was thus taken advantage of. This of course caused a Broad smile among the knowing ones. Several merchants have some second hand goods for Sale. The citizens very much dislike the record their Little City is making of late you can find the nicest assortment and greatest variety of goods in umbrellas Gold pins watches silverware of All descriptions Gold and Silver thimbles clocks and in fact anything kept in our line at Halls jewelry store. 49 w3 judge j. W. Yeagly of new Philadelphia was in Dennison last tuesday afternoon and gave the paragraph a Friendly Call. The judge and his brother Jas. Yeagly. Of this place went to Jefferson county wednesday morning to visit their aged Mother.�?-Igragh. Epo Cli. The transition from Long lingering and painful sickness to robust health Marks an epoch in the life of the individual. Such a remarkable event is treasured in the memory and the Agency whereby the Good health has been attained is gratefully blessed. Hence it is that so much is heard in Praise of electric bitters. So Many feel they owe their restoration to health to the use of the great alterative and tonic. If you Are troubled with any disease of kidneys liver or stomach of Long or Short standing you will surely find Relief by use of electric bitters. Sold at 50ets and $1 per bottle. Having been Able to digest successfully the Many Good things accompanying thanksgiving we will proceed to note a few items. We Are reliably informed that parties from Wayne county will open another hardware store in this place in the near future. We Are inclined to think that this will not be a paying venture As we have an excellent hardware store which is fully Able to meet the demands of this Community. John Richardson has secured a position in the Chicago roiling Mills and left for that place last tuesday. Success to you John. Joseph putt of near Ragersville bought the Amos Hochstetler hardware building at East Shanesville. Have not Learned what he will do with it. Jolt Steitz has sold his Saloon property fixtures and Stock to Deifenbach a Altpeter of Baltic They took Possession last monday. Have not Learned what John will follow. A or. Stonebrook of Bakersville has purchased an interest in the Woolen Mills of this place. They Are not run Ning Jat present but will soon resume business with an increased capacity. The Mills of late years have been doing excellent work and we Are glad to note the Success of the proprietors. Levi Troyer and Benj. Lantz and their families started for Missouri on thanksgiving. De. Miller and wife moved to Cleveland a Short time since where he has secured a Good position at his Trade Shoemaker. Last thursday d. S. Troyer and wife were greeted by the arrival of twins a girl and a boy. The boy died but the girl is stil living and doing Well. Miss Idella Callihan of Canton visited friends Here last week. On her return she was accompanied by her sister Virgie who spent several Days there. Preparations arc being made to have quite interesting Christmas exercises in the churches of this place and the negligent sunday school scholar is now becoming very regular in attendance. Visions of Candy Santa clause ac., you know. A Squire to liars and wife Are visiting friends in Canton. Marsh Zollars of Canton was in town thanksgiving shaking hands with his old friends. He is now in the employ of the Canton Bridge co. Albert Doerschuk left monday a week ago for Kansas City to take his old position which he was obliged to give up ast summer on account of ill health. Andy Strauss and Christ Graff have opened a Saloon at Walnut Creek Holmes co. Hopkins of Massillon and Edwards of Coshocton have opened a music store on Mill St., opposite the p. O. \ Young daughter was added to the family Circle of 11. A. Richardson last monday. Hixson and Burrell sold their livery to Jonas Beachy and Abe Mast last week. Hope they will make a Success of their new venture. We Are informed that nothing definite has been heard from Fred Sliffe who left Home a couple of weeks ago rather mysteriously. He left a wife and three Small children Here who if reports be True know nothing of his whereabouts or the cause of his queer actions. Miss Mary Scheu who has been sick with typhoid fever at Canton the past two months was brought Home last week. She is still very weak but is slowly recovering. Walter Bros have sold their Butcher shop to a or. Shrader and have bought another in canal Dover. I. S. Troyer was called Home last thursday from Ada on account of the arrival of those twins. Our democratic friends of Holmes county Are still rejoicing Over the re from Ragersville. Zoar Woolen Mills. A Canton and Akron Syndicate has purchased the Hardesty 80-acre tract of land lying near town on the Street car line and will Lay it out in town lots. Or. Hardesty paid $12,000 for the 80 acres four or five years ago and sold it to this land company for $42,000, Clear ing$30,000�?a very handsome sum. This looks like a connecting link Between the two towns. Who will now say the Street car line has done the town no Good ? about the time the Council was granting the franchise some set up a howl and persecuted the Council for granting it. Two or three of our subscribers stopped their paper because we worked for the Road. The world moves notwithstanding the disgruntled beings that oppose improvement. Look Here we have just received a Nice Stock of mexican Onyx Bronze and Iron clocks for the Holiday Trade. Prices very reasonable. Call and see goods before buying elsewhere and hear our prices. Remember the place Halls jewelry store. 4pw3 among the Many restaurants in Dennison there is not one More attractive and inviting to the hungry than that kept by or. Mont Delong on 4th Street in the room formerly occupied by Shields jewelry store. A Fine display of confectionery fruits etc., greets your Eye upon entering the room. The tables Are spread with clean Linen and an elegant meal will be prepared at any time by the Good looking wife of or. Delong. Mont is a Clever cheerful fellow who makes you feel at Home while taking a meal at his table. He is a Republican butsubmit8 gracefully when his party is Defeated and like a True philosopher makes the Best of everything a3 it comes along we expect to give him a years punishment with the times and Hope he May have Many patrons who will go there to eat and read the news. May you live Long and i Prosper is oar wish. Suit of the election. Occasional something for the new year. Having refitted our Mills for manufacturing Woolen goods such As yarns flannels Cassimeris sat nets and special line for Farmers and mechanics Wear we respectfully invite the attention of the Public to the same. All our goods Are manufactured from pure Ohio Wool and Are therefore free from shoddy and Cotton. We constantly have on hand a Large assortment of yarn flannels Cassimes etc., which we will Exchange for Wool or sell for Cash at reasonable prices. 47w4 the Zoar society. From Indiana. Special notice. The world renowned Success of Iio Stetters stomach bitters and their continued popularity for Over a third of a Century As a Stomachin is scarcely More wonderful than the Welcome that greets the annual appearance of Hostetter a almanac. This valuable medical treatise is published by the Hostetter company Pittsburgh pa., under their own immediate supervision employing go hands in that department. They Are running about 11 months in the year on this work and the issues of same for 1891 will be More than ten millions printed in the English German French Welsh norwegian swedish Holland Bohemian and Spanish languages. Refer to a copy of it for valuable and interesting Reading and numerous testimonials As to the Efficacy of Hostetter a stomach bitters amusements varied information astronomical calculations and chronological items ac., which can be depended on for correctness. The almanac for 1891 can be obtained free of Costa from druggists and general country dealers in All parts of the country. The Harvest is past and the summer is ended the garnered Grain is carefully stored away the tenderer herbs Well cured Dangle from rack and bin the Fleecy troop securely corralled rest within the wattled fold and Man browsing by the crackling Hearth in listless reverie is musing now on things that Are and now on things to be. Impartial Providence has showered plenty a round his head. The seasons Blest visitant in their annual round have not unmindful of his need spread a lavish Board of rare and Choice variety. A hand omnipotent has led him on from straight to straight preserved his image in this waste of being and secured him what he is. For these gracious bounties percolating from above the grateful heart pours Forth its gratitude to him who is worthy to receive Honor Praise and thanksgiving. And especially on this Day of executive appointment Many of our Rural Folk wended their Way to Church wherein assembled to raise a common voice of song and prayer to god on High for his boundless mercies to the children of Man. Others less devout trod on their old familiar Way were doubtless thus disposed by that vain Caprice of pampered self Luck Chance Fate or Fortune. A fit a menace of the universe is thankless Man especially while occupied with huge deformities to disguise the truth that glimmers in the dawning Day and murmurs Forth in the throbbing of the inner world. But though the Happy recipients of Ilis boundless Grace god gives to each his Burden and his Cross to Bear that lie May not exult in vain but that his glorying be of Good Range and True. Sorrow and Joy go hand in hand. From one altar Rise both incense and sacrifice. The mind now overflowing with exuberance is bowed in Humble supplication. And fierce tempests toss the soul that Crew Lille Rode upon the tide of Calm. Nor was this Day ordained to pass without its bitter cup a cup of Wormwood dark with death whereof who drank might profit for it was steeped in blood that flowed still Quick from the maternal altar. The reaper came that Day and garnered in his sheaf As fair a soul As Ever ripened in a stay so Brief. Yes mature it was to be transplanted in celestial soil nor linger longer on this dreary dreary Shore. On tuesday evening nov. 25th, Edith Clarinda wife of f. Vav. Andreas Aud daughter of Thomas Price after a Brief but devoted life of years 2 months and 10 Days delivered to death his spoils and returned to her heavenly father. Her death was tranquil while with clasped hands she breathed a prayer for her children. The grim destroyer touched her gently my her spirit vanished like a Mist at eve into the realms of upper Light surely if there is rejoicing among the Angels at a prodigals return then heavens choirs rang As that Mother freely shed her vital wave to win a soul to Earth. Too truly is realized in our Day the import of that ancient dream the Shadow of a Cross and on it a woman a a Large concourse of friends and relatives accompanied her remains to their last resting place and As with bleeding hearts they took their ast View of her mortal self each dropped gratuitous a tear. Rev. Dunbar of Dover and Rev. Noll of Ragersville addressed the assembled multitude in both languages and by their Earnest appeals Enkin led in every breast a flame of sympathy that grew till even stolid indifference was swathed in tears. Her husband with whom she lived in rarest Union scarce five years is left sundered from his better self to drag Liis lacerated being through a length of dreary years. Three tender babes with the youngest of which came the Brand that seared her life mourn a mothers tender care and solicitude. Her life was Brief As it was Beautiful a Quick the transport from Lullaby to Dirge a but not in vain. In Early youth the spirit dropped a Ray into her soul that nurtured there and caught her up into the realms of Bliss where she shall Shine As the brightness of the firmament and stars forever and Ever. Thou Hast soared to realms of Joy and left us Here but not alone for thy Sweet influence pure As the living Waters that Spring from the Invulnerable Rock Ever ebbs along that ethereal tie which with secret sympathy thou didst link into our hearts and in thy flight Hast borne into the skies. Sweetly she sleeps in the Valley. Above her head the Lily Stoops to Kis the morning Dew. With the daisies at her feet the Blithe some zephyrs play while the winds As they modestly sweep by whisper a sister thou Art sweetly resting on the Lovely Savior a breast. Peace a Beautiful peace a l. A. Pense Roso. South Bend nov. 25. At present we Are having remarkably Nice weather. Have been having this kind of weather More or less Quot All the fall which has Given the Farmers ample time to get their fall work done. We had quite a fall of Snow a few weeks ago which stayed with us nearly a week. It was a splendid tracking Snow and the boys made Good use of it. I am teaching five Miles South of the enterprising City of South Bend. Our school opened the last week in August. We missed one week of school for our county fair which virtually opened our schools the first week in at the end of four months our schools close for a vacation of two weeks during which time our county Institute convenes. My school Enrols fifty five this is too Large a number for one teacher to do Justice to. But no doubt under our system of gradation we can do As much Justice to a Large number As the teachers of Ohio can do to a much smaller number without a system of gradation. I have All the grades in my school which number from one up to eight. I have ten pupils studying the higher branches of the common schools which Are the same As those of the common schools of Ohio. These pupils compose the eighth Grade. They will graduate this coming Spring As it is their year for graduation. I Hope that Ohio will work up a better system for her county schools. It must be conceded that Indiana is far in Advance of Ohio with her county schools. We have township teachers institutes which meet every month the attendance of which teachers Are paid the same As for a Days teaching. For non attending the teacher is fined for the same amount. We have very interesting times As Well As beneficial at these meetings which go far in the Way of instructing and cultivating the minds of the teachers. One years work is Laid out by our state superintendent of Public instruction. In connection with this work we have our Reading Circle. In the six years that i have taught in the state our Reading Circle work has been psychology general history literature different educational works geology and botany. Not to be the least egotistical i would say that the teachers of Indiana take far More interest in their Reading Circle work than those of Ohio. Why not because they Are More ambitious and energetic but because they Are far better organized a a in Union there is when i think of the Ohio teachers i think of them individually no Union. When i think of the Indiana teachers i think of them As a combined one of organization of Unity. Before the country schools of Ohio Are Able to do the Best work possible there must be county and township supervision. In conclusion will say to the teachers of Ohio that if they As teachers who to do the Best work and Advance the cause of education they must Combine unite and organize. Respectfully f. Z. Miller. Broke into prison and cracked tie pen. I tertiary Safe. Wheeling w. A. Nov. 30. Newso Fonhof the Bolde to burglaries on record comes to night from Mounds Ville twelve Miles East of this City and the seat of West Virginia state Penitentiary. It is no less a Case than that of thieves entering the prison and cracking the Safe in one of the shops saturday night. They scaled the massive Stone Wall which surrounds the prison at a Point near the North East Tower let Hemsel selves Down in the enclosure unseen by the armed guard who paced the top of the Wall entered the Broom department blew open the Safe secured a sum of Money just How much is not known and made their escape. The robbery was not noticed until this morning Wien the tracks from the shop to the Wall and the implements used in scaling the enclosure bore evidence of How it had been accomplished. The robbery was evidently perpetrated by sex convicts who were familiar with the Interior arrangement of the Penitentiary. The prison authorities Are chagrined Over the occurrence and Are the Butts of numerous jokes on account of it. The pulpit Anil the stage. On january 1st the encyclopedia Brittania will be advanced to $2.00per volume in half Russia binding. From now until that time you can get the 1st volume at go cents and the balance of the set at $1.50 per volume and take one or two volumes a month until completed. We can also furnish any one with the full set at once. This refers to the genuine reprint. The Galatine edition can be bought at any Price. 48w4 Wells drug store Loo ladies wanted. A and 100 men to Call on any druggist fora free anal package of lanes family Medicine the great Root and Herb remedy discovered by or. Silas Lane while in the Rocky mountains. For diseases of the blood liver and kidneys it is a positive cure. For Constina Tion and Clearing up the complexion it does wonders. It is the Best Spring Medicine known. Large size package 50 cents. At All druggists. 15yl for Sale. The noted thorough bred Percheron stallion description and Pedigree a a Frederick is a Beautiful Iron Gray six years old and weighs about 1900 lbs. He is of Tine appearance heavy Bone and Good action for a heavy draft horse. He was foaled april 20,1884, and imported in 1887, by Geo. Vandevender of Lexington Illinois. He is recorded in the Percheron Studbook of America under no. 7310. Also two half blood Norman mares both of which Are in foal by the above named horse. Also one heavy draft horse 15 years old and one thorough bred shorthorn Bull 2-years old. Inquire of e. J. Moore or a. P. Latto executors of the estate of Alexander Latto deceased. 46w3 great Clearing out Sale. To speak of the dead who have left us and gone to the better word is a sad and melancholy task and yet at time3 seems necessary. It is with this feeling that we make the following statements respecting the death of the wife of Frederick myer daughter of Joseph and Mary Kinsey. She was born on Fry a Valley. The disease that terminated her earthly existence was lingering and painful. Everything that medical skill and kind attention could do for her recovery was done but she breathed her last Sabbath morning november 30th. She leaves a husband and eight children to mourn the loss of a faithful wife and a fond Mother. Her age was 47 years. The funeral Sermon was preached by Bishop Van Vleck a a life is but a Winters Day a journey to the Rev. F. M. Shrout pastor United Brethren Church Blue Mound Kansas a ays a a i feel it my duty to Tell what wonders or. Kings new discovery has done for me. My lungs were badly diseased and my parishioners thought i could live Only a few weeks. I took five bottles of or. Kings new discovery and am sound and Well gaining 2g pounds in Arthur love manager loves funny folks combination writes a a after a thorough trial and convincing evidence 1 am confident i r. Kings new discovery for consumption beats Mem All and cures when everything else fails. The greatest kindness i can do my Many thousand friends is to urge them to try it. Free trial bottles at f. C. Miller a songs drug store. Forced to leave Home. Those contemplating purchasing toys candies nuts etc., during the holidays will do Well by Goin to Godfrey Schochat establishment near court House. A rare bargain awaits your going Aud an immense line of goods to select from. 49w3 j owing to the change of our business which will take Piave on the 31st Day of december i890, and wishing to reduce our Stock of merchandise we invite the Public to come and see the great reduction of prices which we offer in All goods pertaining to our business. Bufer a Kinsey. 47w5t Over 50 people were forced to leave their Homes yesterday to Call at their druggists for a free trial package of lanes family Medicine. If your blood is bad your liver and kidneys out of order if you Are constipated and have headache and an unsightly complexion done to fail to Call on any druggist to Day for a free Sample of this grand remedy. The ladies Praise it. Every one likes it. Large size packages 50 cents. 16yl a lady a perfect cd amp Avion. Painless childbirth our new Book tells How any woman May become a Mother without suffering any pain whatever. Also How to treat and overcome morning sickness swelled limbs and other evils attending pregnancy. It is reliable and highly endorsed by physicians a the wife a True private companion. Send two cent stamp for descriptive circulars and confidential letter sent in sealed envelope. Addrea Frank Thomas a co. Publishers Baltimore my. 45yl for weak lungs and feebleness chases Barley malt whisky is an excellent tonic. It is absolutely pure full of Nutriment and builds up the system. A. Bippus son sole agent for new Philadelphia. 48w4 having purchased the meat Market of John g. Walker on East High Street we intend to offer to the Public the very Best of fresh and cured meats chickens turkeys etc., at the lowest current prices. We respectfully invite a share of Public patronage. Yours respectfully 5w8 Donahey a sons. Every Farmer should read a Stock and farm journal. Read our offer

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