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5 Dec 1889

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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - December 5, 1889, 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 every description done Short notice. Tour favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the Quot times advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. Lye a. One Inch. 1 06 $2 s3 00 $5 00 three inches. 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 00 7 80 12 50 22 50 half column. 5 00 12 80 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday december 5, 1889. Number 49. Business directory. Prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office n the Mclane Block new Philadelphia Ohio. Or m. Vail dentist. Centre Block new Philadelphia. Ohio Over citizens National Bank. Office 44yl John w. Nixon m. D., physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Tinker. 5jyl John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public. New Philadelphia Ohio. Aii professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47yl j. H. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Gamuel Moore new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday december 5, 1880. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 so tiie new Philadelphia times will be pub tinned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in if not paid within three mods 1.50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. �T�5�?oaddress All matter intended for publication. To the times. There Are 436 persons in Tuscarawas county receiving pensions. The weeks doings. 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 Hummel Block second floor. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises ores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by f. C Miller amp son. <5y2 n q wanted to canvass for the Sale Nursery Stock steady employment guaranteed. Salary and expenses paid to successful men. Apply at once stating age mention this paper. Chase if Roth Krs company Rochester new York. Til dec 1�?omit oct patents. In s. Amp a. P. Lacey procure patents in the u. S., Canada and Europe 20 years experience. Preliminary examinations As to patentability . Inventions free. No attorney fees in Advance for obtaining u. Patents. Full instructions in patents terms etc., sent free. Address 11. I a. P. Lacey Patent att is. Washington d. Feb. 2, �?T8syl Keal estate for Sale Exchange desirable farms in Tuscarawas county and other counties Ohio and in other states Small tracts land near new Philadelphia. A Florida Orange Grove a number desirable residences business properties stocks goods a. Money to loan first mortgage at Low rates. F. Romig att y at Law. Office in Mclean a Block new Philadelphia 0. March 14.188�?~j 12tf wanted. Oales mex to introduce and sell our line Stock in their own write for our special terms to salesmen during the present season. Exclusive territory granted. Salary and expenses paid to Good men. Address at once Selover it so Atwood nurserymen Geneva new York. Oct. 3, 5m children cry for Pitcher s Castoria. When a amp by 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. The brazilian government Lias issued a decree granting suffrage to All who can read and write. That qualification enforced in the United states would shut out a Large number voters both White and coloured. The United states government is the most Liberal As to the right franchise any the face the Globe. The Marine conference which has lately been in session at Washington has decided that All vessels must go at a moderate Speed in thick that is a very proper conclusion and will if followed save Many Many the casualties at sea Are traceable to this cause. It should be strictly held a felony when a collision occurs while at a High rate Speed in dark weather. _ it is estimated that about $800,000,000 was spent for lumber in this country last year. If the people had the portion that in their pockets that was paid As a Tariff unnecessarily it would do them some Good. The Tariff lumber is infamous and should be taken off. We sincerely Hope the next Congress will think the people they represent instead a few millionaires. Samuel Fagley Lockport has lately been awarded a pension. Physicians have declared that the Garter is injurious to the system and must go. The Ohio school examiners will hold their next annual meeting at Columbus december 26th. Send in your orders for Job work to the times office. We can do it quickly neatly and at season ble prices. For Gold spectacles go to h. E. Espenschied and Price his goods. Extra Tine lot them just arrived. 48-w4. The weeks doings. The times Only one Dollar a year. Fine Job printing done at the times office. On Call a the county commissioners met regular session monday morning. In California and mexican Tours via the Queen and amp Crescent route have been appreciated by hundreds who have been carried across the continent with Comfort to the Pacific coast to Balmy Mexico via Lookout Mountain new Orleans the sunny South without break detention escaping the rigorous Winters and the discomforts Snow blockades the More northerly routes. This line appreciating the generous patronage it has received has still further improved its train service and Are now running a through tourist sleeping car from Central Union depot Cincinnati to los Angelos and san Francisco without change. These tourist sleepers Are furnished with pillows comforts and every thing necessary to the Comfort the traveler at a very Small Cost. The run is made through to the Pacific in five Days. These tourists sleepers leave the following dates at 8 p. A nov. 6 and 20 december 4 and 18 january 8 and 22 february 5 and 19 much 5 and 19 april 2 and 16 May 7 and 21. Two express trains leave daily via this line making close connections at Shrek port and new Orleans for Texas Mexico California and the far West. Ask your ticket for tickets via Queen and Crescent route. Geographically Correct county maps Kentucky Tennessee Alabama Mississippi and Louisiana mailed free to any address application to d. G. Edwards g. P. A t. A., Cincinnati 43tf postmaster general Wanamaker suggests the following to the Public a print your name and address the upper left hand Corner All matter you Send through the mails. This will insure immediate return if improperly addressed insufficiently paid and if not called for at its destination it can be forwarded without going to the dead letter this is a Good suggestion and printed envelopes Cost out a trifle More than Plain ones. It is the annual custom for the governor Ohio to Grant pardons to a few convicts thanksgiving Day and in accordance with this custom two men Billy Carroll and Antonio Bac Ciocon both sentenced for life for murder received executive clemency last thursday. Both pardons were recommended by the Board pardons. In speaking the event the Columbus dispatch says Quot one Man will re enter the world after a comparatively Short absence and will if so disposed take up his citizen Lite again with a thankful heart and Many regrets for the past. But the other has been a prisoner for nearly a Quarter a Century and during that time has Only breathed the air outside prison Walls for a few Days. And even then he was a prisoner being tried for another sin against Mankind. Think Twenty four years alternate solitary confinement and prison work. In that time the echoes a great civil War have nearly died away new generations have come and gone european wars have ensued and have been forgotten wonderful inventions have first astonished the world and then become a necessity seasons have passed with a never changing aspect the details cities Are different things a Quarter a Century ago have lost their identity even Mankind has changed. Out from his narrow world this Man will emerge and will be As a stranger to nearly All. He will recognize but few things every object familiar to men the world will he to him a curious revelation. In spite kind treatment at the hands men he will feel lonely. Like the fabled prisoner Chillon he will sometimes Long again for his the Tuscarawas electric company new Philadelphia a anal Dover and Cleveland was incorporated last week with a capital $100,000. Some new Lisbon Columbiana county girls were fired from Church for loud behaviour and their parents got mad about it and withdrew their membership. If you want a Fine present for the holidays go now to in e. Espenschied and see his new Stock silverware the finest selection in town. 48-w4 Young Man buy your Best girl a Nice Gold watch a Nice Garnet set for a Christmas present at if. E. Espenschied a jewelry store West Bligh St. 48-w4 this is the time year for accessions in the sunday schools. The Small boy knows that if he gets in three four sundays he will be in for the Christmas a. Bippus amp son Are sole agents in new Philadelphia for chases Barley malt whiskey. Rich and pure it is a Fine tonic for the weak and feeble. It strengthens the lungs. 46w3 a Large line Rochester hanging and stand lamps in the latest styles Rich Gold and oxidized Silver finish at less prices than Ever before offered for same Quality goods at Wells drug store new Philadelphia 47w3 Rev. Douglas t. Forest Cincinnati speaking thanksgiving Day truly remarks Quot a nation its Knees not thrust to prayer by calamity but its own volition returning to give glory to god for mercies had is a Sublime land appraisers Are required to give Bond in the sum $2,000, to be filed with the auditor. They will enter upon their duty appraising real estate in March and make return to the auditor not later than july 1st. The compensation is $2 per Day. A Watsontown pa., Man saw advertised Quot a sure cure for he forwarded the necessary Dollar and received by return mail written a postal card the words Quot done to the fellow is out a Dollar but the cure is a sure one if strictly adhered to. People who have any doubt the necessity for Good roads should have taken a Short drive in any direction the past week. Aii the roads leading to town were in an almost impassible condition and it is a disgrace to the Enterprise the county. A sumptuous dinner was served to the prisoners in the Ohio Penitentiary thanksgiving Day. The rules were suspended and the prisoners were allowed to Converse with each other which privilege it is said they enjoyed very much. Yesterday thanksgiving a Flag was raised Over the Public school building in Minerva. It was donated by the sons Carroll chronicle. Why done to new Philadelphia display the Star spangled Banner from the dome her school building if not who not police court items the Wane none any moment the past week. $1,500 to loan enquire f. To Mig Mcclean Block. 40tf Albert Mccoy and Martin Donner Ger Dennison were lodged in jail monday charged with burglary. Go to h. E. Espenschied the jeweler for a Fine album cheaper than any other store in town. 48-w4. Circuit court convened tuesday morning with judges Jenner Follett and Albaugh the Bench. The largest line children a toy books in the county just received at Wells drug store. 49w3 an elegant Stock line albums in plus i and leather just opened at Wells drug store new Philadelphia. 49w3 an elegant assortment bibles both family and teachers at 49w3 Wells drug store. Ruling prices in this Market wheat 780 80c Corn 40e its 23 025c Clover seed $3 hogs $3.75 per cwt. On foot dressed $505.25. Rev. J. H. Dodd the disciples Churuti delivered an excellent address thanksgiving evening at the m. E. Church. Or. Charles Shontz Perry township took charge the county infirmary As superintendent monday vice e. Landes retiring. We Are sorry to learn that . Jerry Widener is lying very sick at the residence his son in Law . Meredith three Miles South East town. The weeks doings. Personal mention. Christmas three weeks from to Day wednesday. Subscribe for the times if you want a Good paper for $1. Take your dressed hogs and All kinds poultry to Mathias amp Williams and you will get the highest Market Price. East High St., new Phi la. 48-w3. There Are ten prisoners confined in the county jail six for burglary two Tor cutting with intent to kill and two serving minor sentences. Four them Are Mere boys in age but old in sin. We invite you to see our bags is in Gold set rings All descriptions at h. E. Espenschied a jewelry Stort West high8treet. 48 \v4. Or. Christian Roth an aged and highly respected citizen Warwick township died at his residence near Trenton tuesday last week aged 77 years. The finest assortment Holiday goods Ever uttered in new Philadelphia Are now exhibition at Wells drug store new Philadelphia. 49w3 mrs. De. Christy Wooster sister . Zachariah Green this City died at her Home in that place last week and her body was brought Here for interment. Funeral sunday afternoon. In postmaster general Wanamaker a report he predicts one cent postage and recommends free delivery for All places not less than $5,000 population with Revenue $7,000. If this obtains new Philadelphia will be counted in. Or. Clift Smith and miss Kittie banker daughter Rev. And mrs. N. B. Banker were married at the Home the brides parents thursday nov. 28. Mrs. Smith is an estimable Young lady and her Talent As an elocution St ranks High wherever she has appeared. The times extends congratulations. Newspapers in the Vicinity the Quot Hub the Wolverine state Are very jubilant Over the fact that they had Only about a foot Snow thanksgiving Day and one Man a very pious course a returned thanks to him from whom All blessings flow that they Only have about nine months Winter and Quot three months very late in the fall weather there in a year. There Are no flies michigander. Or. De. Arnold Massillon was our City sunday. In . Grill Uhleman Massillon took thanksgiving dinner in new Phila. Or. Clyde Holloway Canton was visiting friends in this place last week. Or. Jos. Loeb Uhrichsville registered at the Exchange hotel saturday. Or. Geo. Johnson banker Uhrichsville was a guest at the Exchange saturday. Will. Mathews son major c. In Mathews arrived Home from Colorado saturday last. Or. Fred. Dearborn Cleveland eat thanksgiving dinner with his parents this place. Or. Charlie maugham an returned to Zanesville monday where he is attending business College. Messes. Lorin and Clarence Yog Nitz Newcomerstown spent a couple Days Here last week. Or. And mrs. Daniel Getzman Carrollton Are visiting mrs. John Allen mrs. Getzman smother. From Dennison. The Centennial the founding the methodist publishing House new Ork will be observed in the m. E. Church next sunday at 10 30 a. Addresses will he delivered by the pastor and Rev. Or. Williams. Dungeon where All things were his buy now Silks velvets pushes dress goods Colori is and Black by the Yard. Ouis Aii Wool French Cashmere at cents a Yard Are unequalled value. L latest novelties in trimmings Gimps fringes Ali quite 50 a effects braids buttons dress by Ings and dress makers findings. Novelties in fur trimmings. Largest variety Best goods in hosiery and underwire for men woman and children. Largest Stock fall and Winter wraps j for ladies and children. Jackets and Long wraps in cloth Seal Plith jackets Coats and mantles guaranteed to Wear Well at lowest prices. Finest Alaska Seal skin Coats and Jack ets also shoulder capes Boas and muffs it in All the fashionable furs. Gay cents sent c. O. With privilege examination the Best kid gloves $1.00 a pair and upwards. Blankets Eider Down quilts table Lin ens towels lace curtains heavy curtails table covers and upholstering. A rite for samples and prices. Joseph Horn amp co., / 609 to 621 Penn Avenue Pittsburg a. Get 139. 43yl the new Ork Tribune has the following comparison under the title Quot Stanley s Triumph and England a shame a Quot Stanley a errand is done. The news for which Christendom has been listening so Long and so impatiently has come at last and it records the Complete Triumph this lion hearted Man. Aii that he has suffered and achieved the thrilling adventures with Savage nature and Savage Man the deeds done in Aid science and civilization May not be known for several weeks longer but this is known that lie was sent to fetch out Emin and Emin Safe and Well is with him almost in sight the the american explorer has earned All Praise and gratitude. The admirable Quality his performance is indeed heightened by the fact that it was done in promotion no scheme Conquest game but in poor and pitiful payment the debt that Europe owed to the Man whom she had involved in such fearful perils. Thanks to Stanley Emin is spared the Fate Gordon but it is the lasting shame civilization that the one was left to perish and the other brought Back from the scene his glorious successes while All that they battled for so bravely and won so hardly is abandoned to the cruel Sway the Arab Slayer. This is a shameful ending to one the noblest enterprises that has been undertaken in this Century for the enlightenment the human race. To England and England alone is due the infinite discredit that attaches to it. The course she has chosen to pursue is without excuse. It is the course a nation which started to do something grand and Good which almost accomplished it and which then withdrew leaving the thousands whom she had drawn into danger to make the Best their Way out and the multiplied thousands whom she had undertaken to protect and improve at the mercy their foes. Frank Coventry j. E. Myers and Karl Miller Cleveland came Home for thanksgiving dinner. Or. E. J. Moore Uhrichsville brother the editor the times was in town monday business. Mrs. Augustus Mairs Cleveland o., is visiting with . And mrs. Henry v. Schweitzer West fair Street. Mrs. Lilia j. Small returned to Hamilton Butler county Friday last after a fortnights visit with her aunt mrs. A. Gribble. Rev. Or. Williams left tuesday morning for Mooreville Columbiana county this state to deliver his interesting lecture a a fat hog Market ran Down in Pittsburg last week to $3.75 03.85. There is no Prospect any better Market this week. This is certainly very discouraging to the shipper. The Home Market is really better than the Eastern Market. The cattle Market did not drag so heavily. The Best heavy cattle sold at from $3.75 to $4. Good Ohio feeders sold at $3 to $3.40. Common stockers $2.25 to $2.50. Good fat sheep that would weigh from eighty five to one Hundred and ten pounds brought $404.50. The sheep Market is brighter and the prospects Are that the present prices will be sustained. Or. Edward Stilgenbauer Uhrichsville brother . O. W. Stilgenbauer Baltic died at his late residence in Uhrichsville saturday morning last typhoid fever. The deceased was in the employ the Panhandle Railroad company and was an honest industrious and upright gentleman with Many friends who Are grieved at his departure. He had been ill but a few Days and was thought to be recovering when the disease took a sudden change for the worse taking him off before the arrival his brother from Baltic. He leaves a family. The funeral took place Sabbath last. One brother is yet in the employ the Panhandle company. Is consumption incurable. Read the following . H. Morris Newark ark., says Quot was Down with abscess lungs and friends and physicians pronounced me an incurable consumptive. Began taking . Kings new discovery for consumption am now my third bottle and Able to oversee the work my farm. It is the finest Medicine Ever Jesse Middlewart Decatur Ohio says Quot had it not been for . Kings new discovery for consumption i would have died lung troubles. Was Given up by doctors. Am now in Best try it. Sample bottles free at f. Miller amp songs drugstore a Beautiful assortment latest styles pocket books purses Bill books letter books Cigar cases and card cases just opened at Wells drug store new Philadelphia. 49w3 the next thing new Philadelphia will need will be an addition to the cemetery ground As the present space Ere Long will be insufficient to meet the wants our growing town. There Are Only about thirty half lots yet unsold. There is an amusing Story told a Delaware o., Man who received a Quot Shivaree a because he married within a month after his first wife a death. He told the Serc naders that he did no to think it showed Good taste to come banging around a Many a House so soon after a funeral. Dover was lighted up saturday evening with electric lights. They Are visible the East Side the town from this place. We Hope Bro. Scott the reporter will now let up and be satisfied and like a certain character in the play Quot our Railroad men a exclaim Quot Good Dan it is strange How the old shop worn superstitions the past cling to the human mind. A Man Down in Texas killed 12 men during the few years he was in Active business there and nothing prospered with him. A few Days ago however he killed another Man and when the Lynching party was stringing him up he gasped out Quot there i knew 13 was an unlucky number. I never had this happen times. Or. Daniel stiffer aged 65 rears died at his residence Beaverdam typhoid pneumonia Friday morning last leaving a wife and four children a two boys and two girls to mourn his loss. He was buried in the new Philadelphia cemetery sunday . Stiffler was a highly respected citizen the county having been born the farm which he died. The family have the sympathy the Community. Commander Hurst has issued a circular to the g. A. R. Posts throughout the state calling upon them to contribute a sum equal to three cents per member for Christmas presents for the children in the soldiers and sailors Phanso Home at Xenia. No doubt this Call will meet with a Hearty response by All the old boys the grand army and Many outsiders who read this notice would like to be accorded the privilege sharing with them the Little it takes from each Man to make these children Happy. Quot lamp chimneys a says one who is supposed to know Quot should never be washed in soapsuds Clear water. If a cloth wet with alcohol were used for this purpose what is much cheaper and always at hand kerosene Oil there would be a perceptible falling off in the manufacture and Sale lamp chimneys. It is really surprising How Seldom chimneys will break and what a Fine polish will be Given them by cleaning them in kerosene messes. I. B. Ludwick and w. 8. Knisely new Philadelphia were in town yesterday upon a purely social Independent 29th. A a Dink a Smith a Young coloured Man single residing at Uhrichsville and employed at the pipe works in new Philadelphia boarded the local freight the c. L. Amp w. Ray last saturday evening for his Home in when the train reached Goshen Smith in some manner fell in front the cars cutting off a leg and Arm. He was brought to his Home in Uhrichsville but died yesterday from his injuries. A sad Accident occurred in the Railroad Yards Here sunday afternoon about 3 30 clock. Jessie Burton a 17 year old boy son George Burton was standing the tracks at the shops crossing and did not see the approach an engine its Way to the Roundhouse and was struck by the engine the wheels running diagonally across his body cutting off his left Arm and leg and the right foot. He was taken to the office . Mccurdy and the doctor assisted by . Coldren amputated the mangled limbs. He Only survived the operation about two hours. Emison for some time past has been aft cited with burglars. On saturday evening last Wallace a store was burglarized and goods valued at one Hundred dollars was taken. An attempt was also made to Force an Entrance to Lingane a drug store by cutting the Sash. The Railroad company has suffered a great Deal from these Gentry breaking into cars. Sunday marshal Walker arrested Albert Mccoy and Martin Dornberger and recovered All the goods taken from Wallace a store. Mccoy had no employment his father boarding him. Dornberger is a tailor employed by a. Mccurdy until within the past couple weeks. It is Safe to assume that they will perform service for the state for a time at least to the Relief the Community. Cyrus. Miscellaneous items. The credit system. Ruins Cliff dwellings. Remains a prehistoric race found in Colorado cannons. Or. Chas. L. Mcllvain and Friend m. L. Glover Wooster University spent thanksgiving with the former a parents . And mrs. J. L. Mcllvain. Or. De. King spent sunday with his family Here in route to Pittsburgh to report to his firm from whence he will return Home to spend the Winter months. Messes. Carr. Goff Lawrence Ong Foster and Russell Cleveland o., and t. Humphreys Akron attorneys Are attending circuit court in this place. Mrs. Solomon Arnold and mrs. Martha Fackler Allen county o., and . And mrs. Geo. Spence Pike run Are visiting mrs. Simon Fackler West High Street. Or. And mrs. Howard White and the misses Nellie Lizzie and mazy White Cleveland visited . And mrs. Jno. Coventry mrs. parents thanksgiving Day. _ messes. Walter Taylor and Ernst Ames Cambridge and messes. Clency and Lorin Vogenitz newcomers town took in the dance at this place thanksgiving evening. Hartford cd nov. 27. Frederick h. Chapin and Charles ii. Howard this City have recently returned from Southern Colorado. In mangoes Cannon and its tributary Gorges they explored extensive ruins Cliff dwellings very recently discovered and Many them their own among them was one Palace fortress under an overhanging Cliff and above a Steep incline almost this Palace is 425 feet Long and the ground floor 124 rooms Are traceable. It is 80 feet High and would hold Over 1,000 people. The Structure is not stucco but Mason work with mortar. No Metal was found about the buildings. There is no evidence whatsoever people having lived there when they left though the explorers estimate that the ruins Are 600 years old they brought Home Many photographs. The first person to discover any these ruins in that locality was Richard Weth Erill a ranch Man Mancos who came upon them last december. Responsibilities Bank managers to the Public at Large there Are times when it is Well for the managers banking institutions to realize their responsibilities toward the Public As Well As to their stockholders. It is particularly so when a general scrutiny credits is going and when i wide spread feeling uneasiness prevails. The Banks have it in their Power to Force a general liquidation Apon the Community at any time when t May seem Good to them to do so but in so doing they would themselves be the first to suffer for their Only Hope profit lies in the retention customers who Are doing a profitable business and therefore Able to for the use Money. The vast development Commerce in the latter years this Nei Itury has been largely due to an intelligent use the credit system. If 3very transaction was compelled to be an actual Transfer Cash from hand to hand the condition the civilized portion the world would be pitiful in the extreme. Aii the Fine tools which Commerce now uses would be reduced to worthless heaps junk and the inhabitants the Large cities would be compelled to Rush to the country for food each family becoming a self supporting atom in the mass humanity. Money is merely a method for facilitating exchanges Between men and communities and it must be employed according to certain Well known rules it ceases to have any value. The Mere Possession wealth without knowing How to use it renders any one an absurd figure and a Bank which has a million Gold dollars in its vaults without the managers to direct its scattering abroad in the shape Loans might just As Well have its Safe full pebbles. Loan the Bank must and loan to the uttermost the duty the directors consists simply in passing the merits individual credits. A Borrower who is conducting an honorable and profitable business is not merely entitled to credit he must be encouraged in its legitimate use if the Community would Prosper he must learn to extend it in every direction that is open to its Providence journal. Five ways to cure a cold. Or. Walker Rinehart Wheeling w. Va., spent thanksgiving Day with . And mrs. Jos. Mcelroy. Or. R. Is a Nephew mrs. Mcelroy and is a Fine looking Young Man. Mary had a Little Lamb its fleece was White As Snow it strayed away one summer Day where lambs should never go. Then Mary sat her Down and tears streamed from her eyes she never found the Lamb because she did not advertise. And Mary had a brother John who kept a Village store he sat Down and smoked his pipe and watched the open door. And As the people passed along and did net Stop to buy John still sat Down and smoked his pipe and blinked his sleepy Eye. And so the sheriff closed him out but still he lingered near and Mary came to drop with him a sympathetic tear. A How is it sic Ter can you Tell Why and other merchants Here sell All their goods and thrive from year to year a remembering now her own bad Luck the Little maid replies a these other Fellows get there John because they . We received a lengthy communication this we Eek from Newport in which the writer severely criticises and con dems the author a squib which appeared in the times correspondence last week in regard to the condition the school building at that place. In the first place after the correspondence had been put in Type and the proof Given us to read we cancelled that part in reference to the school building and it was overlooked in making up the forms and was put in the paper. We do not allow matter to go in our paper that we ill foment dissection in any neighbourhood and we feel sorry that the item appeared. To even up matters we will briefly quote the reply a Alpha a in which he says that Quot proctors Quot sacrificed truth to accomplish a purpose that the building was thoroughly examined and reported Safe and this gentlemen is a matter veracity Between yourselves and not a subject for newspaper controversy. In the meantime we Hope you will continue to Send us the new from your locality. Our citizens were greatly shocked sunday last to learn that mrs. Rachel Mcfarland died suddenly that morning at her residence South Broad she was the daughter judge Patrick sr., deceased and leaves a son and daughter James this place and mrs. Annie Nichols Chicago two Brothers Andrew and a. W. Patrick and two Sisters mrs. Judge Moffit this place and mrs. Jos. Medill Chicago to mourn her loss. The deceased was an estimable lady in every sense the word esteemed by All who knew her. The funeral will take place from her residence at 2 p. M., to Day thurs Day. The girl who w works a god bless her she is Brave and Active and she is not ashamed to earn her own living nor ashamed to be caught at her daily task. She smiles at you from behind counter and desk. There is a memory her sown into each silent gown. It is an Honor to know the girl to be worthy her regard. Her hands May be stained by dish washing sweeping factory grease printers Ink but it is an honest hand and a helping one. It stars misfortunes from Homes it is one shield that protects Many a forlorn Little family from the almshouse and the Asylum. Sex. Messes. G. E. Coleman Chas. Butler and j. Wade the misses Emma l. Essig Mary Taylor Sade Mclaughlin Lyde Ralston and Lyde Patterson All Carrollton registered at the Exchange hotel saturday noon in route Home from Cambridge o., where they were attending an educational Institute. We Learned from one the gentleman that new Philadelphia was chosen for the next meeting the Institute. 1. Bathe the feet in hot water and drink a pint lemonade. Then sponge with Salt water and remain in a warm room. 2. Bathe the face in very hot water every five minutes for an hour. 3. Snuff up the nostrils hot Salt water every five minutes for an hour. 4. Inhale Amonia menthol. 5. Take four hours Active exercise in the open air. The medical news which recommends the above says that summer colds Are the worst All colds oftentimes As it is difficult then to protect ones self properly. A ten Grain dose quinine will usually break up a cold in the beginning. Anything that will set the blood actively in circulation will do it whether it be drugs the use a Buksaw. If any the above remedies fail we would recommend that you take the times Only one Dollar a year and much pleasanter than any the above remedies and it will not make you Quot red. Speaking pictures. Is from Beaver da3i. News scarce. Roads Muddy everybody knows. Win. Stephens foundry runs full time. Farm for Sale enquire j. Lahm land agent. The upper mine i9 now in the hands we. Howard Moses Jonathan and Weaver Smith. E. Waltz says lie would like to get about two Hundred second hand Post holes 2i feet Long. Go to j. W. Ferris for ligament pills and cough syrup no bitters. J. I. Henderson Hunting shoots 12 times kills two rabbits and sends for More ammunition. Or. E. Lightle is at present the sick list. The picture gallery the future Likely to be an apparatus for exhibiting a succession instantaneous photo graphs As a moving picture the person represented this apparatus being so geared with the phonograph that As the latter gives the individuals speech the former will reproduce his gestures and facial expression. By such Means an absent actor for example might be brought before an audience when present he might witness the reproduction his own acting. This combi iia Tori phonograph and photograph is a suggestion lately made to the French Academy by m. G. Gueroult but experiments with a similar arrangement were made about a year and a half ago by m. A. Bre sept Brussels. An ingenious device. How the dials Tower clocks Are made visible at night. in Havre France has constructed a very ingenious device in order to make the figures Tower clock dials appear White upon a dark ground As Well by Day As by night. The dial is made Plain transparent Glass and the figures Are painted it with White paint. The hands Are made White China Glass. Behind the dial is a Black background. From the Street lie dial seems to be Black and the figures and hands Are White As milk. At night the Light is thrown upon the dial by Strong reflectors from the Bottom the clock room so that the rays Are thrown through the Glass dial toward the sky. No direct rays can reach the eyes spectators below. The Semi transparent figures and hands receive and Divide the rays Light in such a Way that the figures As Well As the hands show themselves to observers below in a Clear Light upon a dark ground. At the horological school in Gla Shutte Germany a similar construction May be seen in the House clock at the school jewellers a weekly. Beal estate transfers. Complied in the office the recorder deeds Susan simmers to John t. Simmers it. Of lots 8 and 9, Gnadenhutten $200. Sarah Dunning it Al to t. J. Evans 1-20 acre Uhrichsville $200. Alvin Vinton to John Schoch lot 4, new Philadelphia $350. Alvin Vinton it Al to Chas. Schoch lot 6, new Philadelphia $35c. R. G. Patterson to l. Davis \ acre Oxford $150. Win. Mcclean it Al to Oliver j. Do Muth 18 acres Dover $1,454.20. Samuel Schlup to Louisa Rees lots 3 and 14, new Philadelphia $205. Philip artinal to m. A. Page 1-5 acre Goshen $500. John Kilgore to Sarah Smith 8 acres Clay $400. In in Arnold to John s. Graham 2 96-100 acres half lot 220, Goshen $2,000. Enoch g. Wolf to Philopena Haas lots 59 and 60, Wolf a station $150. Same to same lot 6221 a same $175. We. Boreland to Richard James 5-100 acres Goshen $0.25. Hiram Williams to Hiram p. Williams 40-100 acres Fairfield $100. Henry c. Vinton to Alvin Vinton 1 3, 5 and 8, new Philadelphia $425. We. Wheeler to Elizabeth Boyer it. Lot 286, Uhrichsville $400. James e. Graham to Kate m. Graham part lot 79, Uhrichsville $1,500. James e. Graham to Flora a. Graham lots 159 and 160, Uhrichsville $3,-000. Margaret schools to Valentine Wenz 11 acres Dover $2,200. Win. Lahmi a adm a to Val. Wenz to acres Dover $400. A the is none to Good a separate accommodations for White and Blacks. Columbia s. C., nov. 27. The governor South Carolina in his annual message to the legislature to Day recommends separate accommodations railroads for Whites and Blacks the amendment the civil rights Law passed by the republicans in 1876, and the collection and preservation by the state All Confederate flags. He also proposes a manner refunding $6,000,000 the state debt. And the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul railway has no equal. Regulas travellers will have no other and account its superiority it has been chosen by the government to carry the fast mail to the Northwest. Its vesti ruled trains Between Chicago St. Paul and Minneapolis Are the finest in the land steam heated and lighted by electricity. Connects at St. Paul with All lines running to Montana Idaho Washington Oregon and Northwest British territory. The line from Chicago to Council Bluffs and Omaha is the shortest Between these Points the equipment is unsurpassed Pullman sleeping cars to Council Blu is and reclining chair cars the latest improved pattern Are run free for individuals parties holding second class tickets thus having expense and securing Comfort. Connects at Council Bluffs with Union Pacific railway for Points in Nebraska Colorado Wyoming Utah Idaho Oregon Nevada Aud California. Aii ticket agents sell tickets via this popular route and you will make no mistake by asking for your tickets by the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul railway. For further information and a new map the United states Send to Geo. In Leafford first assistant general passenger and ticket agent Milwaukee to we. Kelly travelling passenger agent 25 Clinton Block Columbus Ohio., a corsican doctor m. De Susine has made a sulphuric Ether engine 20 horse Power which is expected to realize a saving sixty five per cent in fuel. Scientific men in Paris who have witnessed its working Are said to have reserved their opinion As to its merits until further tests have been made. Having erected in front our flouring Mill a new and first class set Scales we respectfully invite the Public to share their patronage with us. The location is Handy and we can always be found at the Mill. 36tf Billett amp Miller. For Sale Only three More Host desirable lots North Broadway and four North third Street in Vinton a building lots in new Philadelphia easy terms. In c. Amp Alvin Vinton props. John a. Himes agent. 42tf fast trains to the Pacific coast. Electric hitters. Drunkenness liquor habit. Or. In All the world there is but one cure Haines Golden specific. It can be Given in a cup Tea Coffee without the knowledge the person taking it effecting a speedy and permanent cure whether the patient is a moderate Drinker an alcoholic wreck. Thousands drunkards have been cured who have taken the Golden specific in their Coffee without their knowledge and to Day believe they quit drinking their own free will. No harmful effects results from its administration. Cures guaranteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Address in Confidence Golden specific co., 185 race Street Cincinnati 40yl this remedy is becoming so Well known and so popular As to need no special mention. Aii who have used electric bitters sing the same song Praise. A purer Medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do All that is claimed. Electric bitters will cure All diseases the liver and kidneys will remove pimples boils Salt Rheum and other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive malaria from the system and prevent As Well As cure All malarial fevers. For cure headache consumption and indigestion try electric bitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed Money refunded. Price 50 cents and $1 per Ottle at f. Miller amp songs drugstore. Passengers for san Francisco los Angeles Portland Oregon and intermediate point9 can now leave Chicago at 11.10 p. Daily the fast Overland train the Chicago Milwaukee amp St Paul Chicago Council Bluffs and Omaha Short line and Union Pacific railways and arrive at san Francisco in 82 hours at. Portland Oregon in 79j hours which is the quickest time made across the continent. For through tickets sleeping car reservations and further information apply to the nearest Coupon ticket agent address a. V. In Carpenter general passenger agent Milwaukee wis., we Kelly jr., trav. Pass. Agent 25 Clinton Block Columbus o., 49w2 Choice land for Hale. A part the Well known Rezin my ers farm at Sandyville station. For terms and particulars enquire m. E Smith 212 West Tuscarawas Street can ton Ohio. 40v8 a valuable medical treatise. The edition for 1889 the Sterling medical annual known As Hostetter a almanac is now ready and May be obtained free Cost druggists and general country dealers in All parts the United states Mexico and indeed in every civilized portion the Western hemisphere. This almanac has been issued regularly at the commencement every year for Over one fourth a Century. It combines with the soundest practical advice for the preservation and restoration health a Large amount interesting and amusing Light Reading and the Calendar astronomical calculations chronological items &c., Are prepared with great care and will be found entirely accurate. The Issue Hostetter a almanac for 1889 will probably be the largest edition a medical work Ever published in any country. The proprietors messes. Hos Tetter amp co., Pittsburgh pa., receipt a two cent stamp will Forward a copy by mail to any person who cannot procure one in his neighbourhood. 40y 1�?48w4 parlor electricity. New about town. We have Given w. Holland the Agency in Uhrichsville for our Barley malt whiskey. Distilled from malted Barley it is Rich and nutritious and free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. Ii. Chase amp co., distillers Louisville by. 48w4 it is the current report about town that Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs is making some remarkable cures with people who Are troubled with coughs sore Throat asthma bronchitis and consumption. Any druggist will give you a trial bottle free Cost. It is guaranteed to relieve and cure. The Large bottles Ore 50c and $1. Do your local advertising in the times. Circulation 56 quires one half larger than any other democratic paper in the county. Olzewski the russian physicist has succeeded in liquefying sufficient Ozone to determine the boiling Point which 8 159�. The liquid Ozone is dark Blue in color and is nearly opaque in a layer a tenth an Inch thick. Marriage License granted. Austin e. Stull and Alice m. Shear. R. Brunner and Elizabeth Schwindt. O. Welty and Marietta Hardesty. Clift. Smith and Kittie e. Banker. We. F. Shilling and Clara b. Moore. House for Hale. A number desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Enquire at times office. A very simple apparatus for obtaining an electric spark is made by a German physicist. Round the Centre a common lamp Chimney is pasted a strip tin foil and another strip is pasted from one end the Chimney to within a Quarter an Inch this ring. Then a piece silk is wrapped around a Brush and the Interior the Chimney is rubbed briskly. In the dark a Bright electric spark May be seen to pass from one piece tin foil to the other each time the Brush is withdrawn from the Chimney. Many other experiments can be tried with this apparatus. Interested people. Advertising a Patent Medicine in the Peculiar Way in which the proprietor Kempis Balsam for coughs and colds does is indeed wonderful. He authorizes All druggists to give those who Call for it a Sample bottle free that they May try it before purchasing. The Large bottles Are 50c and $1. We certainly would advise a trial. It May save you from consumption. Book by the thousand. Tune up your banjos guitars and violins with a splendid set strings from in e. Espenschied a jewelry store West High St., new Phila., 48-w4. Just received a Fine lot Gold pens and stocks and Gold and Silver thimbles also a Nice lot opera glasses at h. E. Espenschied West High St. 48-w4. The choicest selections from the Franklin Caxton and Arlington editions making the largest selection authors and largest line books in the county also a full line gift books in Fine bindings. Wells drug store new Philadelphia. 47w3 for building lots at West end fair Street new Philadelphia near new school House site very cheap Long time Small Cash payments. John a. Himes at

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