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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - December 11, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published by by 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. Youe a Yob solicit d. New Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. Or Xci. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y . One Inch. 1 00 t 2 00 s3 00 t 5 00 inches. 200 5 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 half column. 5 00 12 50 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 11, 1890. Number 50. New Philadelphia times. The weeks doings. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect nov. 23, 1890. Going East. Stations. Ail express local. new Philadelphia 6 25 . 2 00 . 1 to . Canal Dover. 6 45 a a 210 a a i 2<> a a Zoar. 7 15 a a 2 25 a a. 45 Mineral Point. 7 30 a a 2 31 a a 1 55 a a Magnolia 8 00 a a 2 40 a a 217 a a Waynesburg. 8 10 a a 2 51 a a 2 25 a a Malvern. 8 s5 a a 3 01 a a j i 1 a Oneida. 8 45 a a 3 06 a a i 3 20 a a Minerva. 9 00 a a 315 a a 3 40 a a arrive Layard. 9 20 a a 3 25 a a 0,00 Alliance. 1015 a 4 30 a a Cleveland. 12 50 . 6 35 a a Wellsville. 12 5 a 4 51 a a Bellaire. 5 05 a a 8 25 a a Pittsburgh. 2 20 a a 7 00 a going we St. Stations. Mail. Express . Leave Pittsburgh. 6 10 . 12 45 . Bellaire. Wellsville. 4 40 to 10 8 15 2 40 Cleveland. 7 45 1 15 Alliance. 10 -.5 3 10 Bayard. 111 5u 4 15 7 la . Minerva. 10 8 4 25 7 25 Oneida. 111 4 36 7 5fl Malvern. 11 15 4 43 8 -5j w7ay Nesburg. 11 21 5 00 8 55 Magnolia. 11 3 5 07 9 20 Mineral Point. Zoar. 11 41 5 27 9 55 11 5 1 5 55 Elfi 10 canal Dover. Arrive 12 15 6 00 Flo 40 new Philadelphia 15 6 15 jul 00 All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for the West connect i Alliance with trains the a great fort Wayne route Quot running Pullman Palace sleeping cars Aud through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates fare Etc., apply to j. F. Milar. Agent new Philadelphia. Ohio. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday december 11, 1800. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 the new Philadelphia times will be pub sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in advancesi.00 if not paid within mods 1-50 4��?oremittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. D headdress All matter intended for publication to the times. Clever u i Elbow when Mckinley Bili you know him he Buyes his Cigar candies fruits nuts Etc., from Nickles the confectioner. 50w2 there Are now in the country 264 electric steam railways operating one third As Many Miles As the combined horse car lines the Union. Joseph woo general manager. Pittsburgh a. E. A. Ford. Gen. Pas. Age to Cleveland and Marietta Ray in effect sept. 28, 1890. Going South. Stations. Going North. No. 5. No.3. No. 1 i i no. No. 4 500p.v 1115 a 1 e Vela and. 230 pm t 2 230pm Akron. 114 258 128 pm. J Canton 1223 i 100 /45 .1 to Edo 620 730 230 Laval car 115oaj 530 pm 755 255 546. 1 an Al Dover 1128 706 -,05 305 550 Turners. 1117 465 810 311 5.55 blackball. 1111 1419 815 317 woo Philipsburg Wolf a. 1h 5 ->43 826 7330 611 i 50 430 837 3-10 620 coi Brtown 1043 420 847 ., 630 Post boy. 1 2 406 8 u 359 037 Guernsey. ?5 259 900 40.5 642 Kimbolton. 1019 353 910 415 651 Millers. Us 9 343 817 925 422 653 Oldham a. 1002 336 430 451 707 726 Cambridge. Byersville 955 9 >2 330 31.9 5 i5 739 it pleasant 918 256 511 1745 Glenwood. 912 4-259 517 1751 Ava. 905 243 527 5 >7 81,1 a Klo Belle Valley Caldwell. 858 845 2.33 223 545 Dudley. 83-5 214 552 is27 South Olive 827 2o7 558 1 882 16�?~xtcr City 821 202 006 i 849 Macksburg 813 154 514 i 847 Elba. 865 146 627 i l to Arner. 751 133 637 j 910 Whipple. 840 123 652 19.5 Stanley. 724 108 1 >57 i a 30 i Cay Wood. 718 1103 j 715 1 948 Marietta. 7oo 12-15 11030 a Parks by j Loo 1065pm advices from China received in san Francisco sept 17, state that 4,000,000 people have been rendered homeless in one province by the yellow River hoods. The total production wheat dour in Minneapolis during the year ending August 31, 1890, \va3 6,713,052 barrels an increase a million barrels Over the year preceding. For Holiday toys go to a the fair a no. 3, Haiti a Block South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 49w3 a Large assortment books now in Sale at special prices. Call Early acid get bargains. Wells drug store. 48w the famous Mcgibney family will appear at City Vilall canal Dover tuesday evening dec. 16. Cars will run until after entertainment. Many factories in Ohio operated by natural Gas Are being shut Down account failure m the Supply Gas. The booming Gas towns w ill become a Bubble yet. Kuhns the Fostoria murderer has at last been caught not however until lie mortally wounded one Olicer he himself receiving mortal wounds. Kuhns was an outlaw the worst kind. White Caps Are still at work in Harrison county Indiana. Thieves immoral and indolent persons Are stripped and severely flogged. It might be Well to have a like punishment administered to the new Philadelphia Chicken thieves. The weeks doings. The Kaldenbaugh Bank will be ready for a a Biz a in a few weeks. Next term Franklin College new Athens o., begins january 6th. Mrs. O. H. Hoover entertained a few her lady friends saturday evening. J the largest and finest assortment j candies in the City at Nickles confectionery. 50w2 read the offer the times and the breeders guide in another column. Buy your Holiday its confectionery. A a sweets a at Nick-50 w 2 Fine Christmas Trees to be sold at new Philadelphia cemetery. See it. Kirby superintendent cemetery. What a Nice present a dining set would make purchased from a. Gintz pc co. 50 w 2 the weeks doings. The Irish squabble As to the leadership Between Parnell and Gladstone still continues. The Vantage ground already gained by the Irish people bids fair to be lost in the division the Home Rule crowd. A done to Stop. Flag stations. Trains no. 2 and no. 5 run daily and carry through Sleeper Between Cleveland Baltimore and Washington. Through coaches trains no.2, 3, a land 5 Between Marietta Canton Akron Cleveland and Toledo. 41 _ close connections made at Marietta with cd. Amp b f. Amp g. 0. Sex. Ky., z a R., and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with b. Amp 0. East and West at new Ltd a Myers town with pc. Amp it l. East and West at canal Dover with c. L. A. And c. A p. North and East at Valley Junction with w. A l. K. And Valley . A. Wikoff Gen manager. In k Richards Gene a pass age to Pittsburg it. Wayne amp Chicago Railroad condensed time table in effect May 18 republicans the u. S. Senate Are urging the passage the Force Bill. The democrats will throw every obstacle possible in the Way. The Bill takes from the people the right to say who is elected and places it entirely in the hands a partisan Board. You can not go behind the returning Board to investigate and see whether fraud has been practice not. The liberties the people Are clearly abridged by this measure. 4� trains depart from Alliance As follows Central time no. 1. 9. 11. 3. No. S. 14. 4. 10. 20. 6. Going West fast line. Chicago express. Mail. Mail express. Going East fast line. Accommodation. Mail. Fast express. Day express. Alliance accommodation. T 2-30 10-20 t 9-20 4-50 3-45 t 0-30 3-10 t 9-10 10-30 2-45 the National Democrat which was established in Washington one year ago by Edmund Hudson with the endorsement Many t lie great leaders the party has entered upon its second year with a circulation 40,000 copies each week. It is is perhaps the largest circulation Ever attained by a weekly newspaper during the first year its existence. The National Democrat occupies a Field its own undone that too Long remained unfilled. It gives a Complete record political information including the most important speeches that Are delivered by democratic leaders in Congress and the stump. It is rendering the party an important service and should be a Lead by ail who wish to keep fully informed in regard to Public affairs and who mean to defeat the wicked scheme the Republican leaders to secure permanent control the government in Spile the fact that they Are and must remain the minority party in this country. _ trains leave Alliance for Niles and Youngstown at 5 am 12-45 a a and 2-30 . Arrive at Alliance from Niles and Youngstown at9-5l a in 4-30 and 8-00 pm. Note no. 3 has Pullman Palace bleeping cars through to Chicago. For time tables rates fare through tickets and baggage checks and further information regarding the running trains apply to the ticket agent Alliance Ohio. A daily. Daily except sunday. Daily except monday. E a. Ford. General pass and ticket agent. Joseph Wood manager Pittsburgh a. The p. C. Amp St. Louis railway. An handle route. Schedule taking effect june 15, 1890. Going West. Trains depart from the p. C. Amp St. Louis de Uhrichsville Junction As follows sex Ess. 11-05 accommodation. T 5-20 express. Express. 1 12-15 3-53 going East. it express. Express. Accommodation. Or. Harter the Mansfield Ohio District and . Coombs the third Brooklyn District in new York Are former republicans. Or. Harter is an extensive manufacturer agricultural implements and machinery . Coombs is a shipper to South american and australasian markets american goods. Both Are Radical Tariff reformers. When . Larter seeks a foreign Market As he has a right to do and when lie takes the product american labor Only he comes into Competition with the foreign manufacturer and he asks As he has a right to ask that he shall not be handicapped by restrictions obstacles and burdens imposed by the Law his own country. He asks and lie has a right to ask that the Cost the goods he has to sell in Competition with others either at Home abroad shall not be increased by taxes not needed by his government and m Many cases not paid to the government hut to favourites the Tariff makers. Or. Coombs who puts foreign markets the products american workmen is in precisely the same situation meets the same facts even a broader Ecale makes the same demands. A National Democrat. A a 11-05 2-40 p in 8-15 u m a everyday. Central . sunday. Through coaches from Uhrichsville Junction to Pittsburg Columbus. Cincinnati Indianapolis and St. Louis Pullman Palace sleeping cars attached to through trains East and West for time tables rates fare through tickets and further information regarding the running trains apply to ticket agent Uhrichsville Junction Ohio. E. A. Ford Gen. Pas. And ticket agent. Pittsburg a. Joseph Wood Gen. Manager Pittsburg la a 2 i >�?4 a Ltd t-3 a i a it it 00 a 0 e six it p. _ a a w eco a z pc to y. D s 2 i a Quot it a 0 a it it air it m six x x cd 0 e s 0 St inh11nh r�?1 re i no. 4. 10 25am 9 28 8 55 8 05 7 20 a it s a 1 55 stations. A Cleveland a Peninsula. Akron. Canton. A Val a jct la a x a Caf it i a c Mon a 0 a �?1 a ceo a co 1 s. C so e a c5 a r c2 Ltd a s c g to a a a i re a k d co g 0��533 to Occaso 0 x. A c s. A 0 1 a a a Acci a a a it it a a at a a it s 2 pm m a "5 3 5?i 55 w it it mrs. Martha Dickson Ngy to 80, and Norman Calhoun aged 91 years Pennsboro w. Va., were married the 7th this month. The wedding was witnessed by a Large number people. This is surely commencing life anew. We have a special Supply Diamond breast pins ear rings Finger rings studs and watches at Rock Bottom prices for the Holiday Trade. Remember we guarantee our goods. Hulls jewelry store next door to e. Par melees shoe store. 49 w3 last Friday a merry crowd our Young people misses Hortio line Nellie Hoover Maine Criswell Gertie Spence Nano Boothe and messes Porter Crater sch Weitzer Black and Mack Amana spent the evening with miss Marne Fribley old town. What if the Tongue did break excursion rates for the holidays will he in effect at All ticket stations the Pennsylvania lines West Pittsburgh december 24th, 25th, and 31st, 1890, and january 1st 1891. The return limit has been extended two Days longer than last year Viz until january 5th, thereby affording an excellent Opportunity for spending Christmas and new year away from Home. 50w2 we Are glad to see the Enterprise . Benson grim in putting out for Public service a first class cab at a very Low Price Only 10 cents for a trip to any Point in the City. This is a great convenience especially for the ladies. Or. Grim is a reliable Man has a careful and courteous Driver and is justly entitled to a Liberal patronage. We wish him Success. Go to the lutheran Church for your supper thursday evening dec. Is. It will Cost you but 25 cents. Oysters and ice Cream extra. In connection with the supper the Young Peoples working society will have Sale a Large number fancy and useful articles Many which will be suitable for Christmas presents and can be bought at reasonable prices. They ask you to come and examine their Stock and encourage them with your patronage. 50w2 a murderous act. To is n 3 3 co amp is 3 a co a 3 h a a it. 73 qua a is Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises bores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns Aud All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no required. It is guar a Steed to give perfect satisfaction Money refunded. Price 25 cents pit pox. For Sale by v. C Miner k Bon. 6y2 Chauncey it. Depew has been talking Glt it me More about the next Congress. 11 e has High Hopes that the democrats will throw away All their advantage. He says a the democrats we whimsical election in which the Republican party was Defeated a misrepresentation the Mckinley Bill in one state bassist a in another morality in another and european religion in another. It met with a phenomenal defeat. The democratic party comes into Congress with the e largest majority the party has had since the foundation the government and with a majority 111 favor the Northern democrats never before had by that party. Its members have been elected issues As diverse As the poles and by Accident As extraordinary As these which have made the reputation Baron Munchausen. It will be a conglomeration free traders Revenue reformers High protectionists Farmers Alliance theorists and phenomenal Cranks. The Cranks will have tha Uncertain sort constituency behind them in each congressional District which will give them a larger representation in the councils the majority the next House than any body Active lunatics have Ever possessed in a deliberative Assembly. The results will be a series measures proposed and some passed resolutions proposed and Many adopted and speeches made which will lift the hair every sensible Democrat in the United states scare every investor out his wits and make the re publicans sing together with Joy. The analogies nature continue in politics and a tremendous overdose Taffy and Plum pudding is usually followed by draft c remedies repentance and cure. Democrat. Lillie Bordner a highly educated and respected Young lady daughter a Well to do Farmer living near the Village Sandville this county came to her death at the hands an abortionist Friday last. Or. David p. Maxwell Canton is charged with the crime and is under arrest. The evidence is Strong against him and he has partially admitted the crime. The facts As developed by the Coroner we append miss Bordner was a Bright Young lady aged 20 years and a favorite in society. Her virtue up to the time her being brought Home from Canton a Corpse had never been called in question. For the past two years she had been receiving the attentions Charles Schott Valley by. Agent and operator at Sandy Ville. He was her Only company and almost a constant companion and is supposed to have accomplished her ruin through Promise marriage. She left Home about two weeks ago ostensibly for a visit to her Uncle we. Bordner near Canton. Nothing More was heard her by her parents until she was brought Home a Corpse except a Telegram about 9 clock saturday night and which was unsigned saying that their daughter had been run Over and injured and would be brought Home that night. Many neighbors gathered in hearing the news. About clock in the morning a Carriage arrived bearing the dead body their Lovely daughter. Two strangers accompanied the remains who tried to disguise themselves and hurried . Bordner to remove the body. Their actions were suspicious and would give but Little information and left As quickly As they could. They were followed to Canton next morning and with the Aid the officers found that . Maxwell had hired the Carriage. The marshal arrested him charging him with the crime. He admitted having treated her at the request . Schott her Lover at the House . Culler. Schott has also been arrested. Culler is being looked for and will be arrested. Doctors Leininger and Goodrich Sandyville held a postmortem and said that the examination revealed a criminal operation and the Coroner charges . Maxwell with being the principal in the crime. It was a horrible piece butchery and doubtless will hold All the parties charged and give them a term in the pen. The act being committed in Stark county their trial will take place at Canton. Later . Maxwell and Chas. Schott have confessed the crime and claim it was done at the request the girl and her Mother. Done to forget that one those folding Beds at a. Gintz amp cons would make a Nice present. 50w2 the Only Complete 5 and 10 cent store in new Philadelphia is at the fair raids Block South Broadway. 49w3 the cheapest and nicest assortment Holiday goods in new Phila. Are at the fair 13 South Broadway. Haiti Block. 49w3 there will be an extra Good attraction at the opera House next wednesday evening a comic opera and the company come highly recommended. Tickets now Sale at Halls. Of its lots fun to guess at the number pegs in Parr amp Kelly a show window and besides those shoes will look so Nice your feet if you get them. See their a a add fourth Page. Remember that at the furniture store a. Gumtz amp co., is the Only place in the City where you can Glt t a first class print etching steel engraving. Price from 10 cents to $25.00. 50 w 2 All school books at net wholesale prices. Dealers allowed the regular Trade discount. All books at retail with Holden a Patent cover. 48w4 Weils drug store new Philadelphia. Anyone purchasing goods to the amount $5.00 and upwards at h. E. Espenschied a Jewely store can have the Benefit 10 cutoff from our Cash prices until after the holidays. Remember Money saved is Money earned. 49 w3 . Stewart b. Shotwell one the old members the Cadiz Bir died last week at his residence lung trouble. Or. Shotwell amassed quite a Large Fortune being one the wealthiest men in Cadiz. Lie was 71 years age at time his death. His son Walter Shotwell is at present prosecuting attorney Harrison county. On december 24, 25 and 31, 1890, and Jan. 1, 1891, the c. Amp m. Ray will sell excursion tickets to All Points at one and one third fare for the round trip. Tickets Good returning up to and including january 5, 1891. Apply to any agent the c. Amp m. Ray for further information. 50w3 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. I to fail to examine his line toys Etc., before purchasing elsewhere. Near Post office new Philadelphia. 49w3 look Here we have just received a Nice Stock 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 next door to e. Parmelee a shoe store. 49w3 for rent a new House 9 rooms East St. Clair Street. Inquire s. J. Beck. 49 done to forget that at a. Gintz amp cons is the place to Purchase a first class parlor suit out own make. 50w2 All persons indebted to me will please Call and Settle before Jan. 1,1891. F. G. Helms m. D. Port Washington We the highest Market Price for hides and poultry All kinds. Donahey amp sons. East High St., new Philadelphia. 45w8 a Little child about ten months old James Ronny Barnhill died monday morning la Gripp and was buried tuesday at 1 p. Toodles Aud his pick ups about town. Holiday bargains in silverware jewelry and watches at h. jewelry store West High Street. Call in and select Holiday goods. 49w3 the nicest line 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 go to a. Gumtz amp cons before buying and examine the display sideboards folding Beds Hall Racks ladies and gents writing cases Etc. All Are excellent Christmas gifts. 50w2 school begun at Barnhill december 8th, in the new school building under supervision s. W. Leiter. By the Way . Heltor is one our Foremost teachers the county and the Barnhill people will get value received for his salary. You can find the nicest assortment and greatest variety goods in umbrellas Gold pins watches silverware All descriptions Gold and Silver thimbles clocks and in fact anything kept in our line at Halls jewelry store next door to e. Parmelee a shoe store. 49 w3 report says the wife Mike Foster left rather unceremoniously last wednesday night with her child and $100, which Mike was saving for his Mother. When last seen she was entering a car at Uhrichsville Junction with her Paramour and is thought to be in Mccin Cannati. Mike is All broke up. Considerable trouble is going Between the teacher and some the older scholars at Fribley a school House old town. Some the boys wont be taught nor allow the teacher to reprimand them. Some have left the school. Miss Fisher intends to do her duty and the directors will stand by her. A merry Christmas if you Are going to make a present first go and examine the Nice line solid Gold set rings and Gold band rings at ii. E. Espenschied a Jewely store. We will give you a special bargain for the holidays. We also ask your attention to our Fine line Silver Ware Gold watches and solid Gold spectacles. 49 w3 to Farmers All who Are interested in holding a Farmers Institute in the Western part Tuscarawas county Are hereby invited to meet at toe Woodruff hotel in Baltic monday dec. 22nd, at 1 clock Sharp to organize elect officers Aud arrange a program for the Farmers Institute to be held february 27th and 28th, 1891. For further particulars address Cyrus Mcqueen 50w2 Baltic Done to forget that at a. Gintz amp cons is the place to buy a present. Rockers All descriptions polished Oak antique 16th Century finish from the cheapest to the very Best made which never fails to Gladden the heart the recipient. 50w2 Notick. Why the suspension the daily . John sing to make room for the news . Toodles. Of yes dear old Friend across the Way Toodles smiles occasionally but if you will Only observe it is always at this end the electric railway. Dover May be a suburb to new Phila Delphia and Lockport an adjunct but take notice the territory lying around Loose near about which a Beautiful City will grow in a few Short years. A Young lady in town says she a a does so love to hear the Early morning Birds whistle just before retiring in the Early Why not retire in the Early evening Young lady so you can be up in the Early morning to hear the Early whistle the Early Spring Birds ? Charley my boy what is the difference in the saving souls in this Little Church that larger Church just across the Way ? Why Fred this Little Church pays its minister $500 a year salary and the Large one across the Way pays its minister $1,500, so you see there is no difference Only in the Price. Jake Vot you Call dem Leetie sissies Der counter ? dose Are Weenie worst Vot makes dose Vinnie Vort so Leetie Jake ? Der stuffing ish Dot so ? i thought it Vas Der wrapper Booty Gootz have one me i done to care. Draw it in a quart measure Blease. Little year old Nannie was taken to Church sunday night by its Mother the first time for the child since Christmas eve and entering the Church Little Nannie looked about in astonishment with pleasure depicted upon its Little face when All at once she clasped tier Little hands and with childish glee she cried out at the top her voice a a mama Tith Ith the merry Christmas ainu to it a the congregation smiled and the minister continued in prayer. Douthitt strike you gentle pedestrian that Barnhill May yet be connected with us by electric railway ? Rick declares it is not in the Distant future. So dear Friend having your welfare at heart take my advice and secure an Olmstead along the line and when our new opera House is opened jump aboard and see the great Booth mrs. I. P. Bowers together with an excellent company Stock. Well Richards Uch Are the facts your jeers to the contrary notwithstanding and we will agree to Buck the Tiger a week with Mccullough Lealea but what we be successful even if the milk in the Cocoa nut tourers. True by occupation in a a Porter and Greene As you say but bold a regular Rob Roy the Mcgregor and not a Gra Ham by a Long shot but am country cured All Wool and a Yard wide. Hello Ream old fellow shake there a Neely Donnell Webster Lusk and the rest the old boys High up in the gallery thought Etc. Give them my kindest regards and let the merry Wilkin ring but done to neglect to remind them the philosophy Toodles a to have a coffin in the House is a Handy thing whether you want it for immediate use Moore anon. West Uhrichsville. The hiking third Street is almost finished. The Diamond fire Clay company is running steadily with abundance orders for the Winter. C. A. Carroll dry goods merchant is still at the old stand. Avery Rogers Shoemaker attends to repairing and building new work for our Village people. Or. Robinson superintendent the Uhrichsville fire Clay co., keeps his works booming. Or. Molesworth proprietor the Junction hotel caters to the wants the travelling Public and has no Superior in that line. Twelve thousand dollars has been raised to secure the c. L. Amp w. Shops Here. Or. Jacob Pearch is the popular lumber dealer our Village and Lias a Good Trade. A brakeman the Yard engine had two his fingers Cut off saturday night. Ira Page is now in a fair Way to recover. His Uhrichsville friends gave him a Surprise party at a. Newtons a few Days ago and a purse $100 was made up for him. Or. A. Newton keeps a lunch stand and refreshing drinks third Street near the Union depot. Occasional. What a a Faust is Anil is not. An Exchange speaking the Reeves English operatic burlesque company and their satire a Faust a gives the following Pithy explanation what a a Faust is and is not. A a it is not a variety burlesque show nor is it a burlesque in the Ordinary acceptance the term but it is an operatic performance universally popular with the ladies. It is a musical extravaganza funny without being adding to this the Syracuse tear id a amp is Reeves burlesque a Faust was received with High favor at the opera House last evening. The special features introduced were particularly pleasing. The audience despite the rain was one the largest the season. A a Faust will hold the boards through the the same company appears at the opera Ilous next wednesday december 17. Reserved seats at Halls jewelry store. Real estate transfers. Compiled in the office the recorder deeds Isaac Hill to Isaac f. Hill part lot 34, Goshen 150 Dunn amp Morgan to Mary j Harris lot 2, new Phila. 300 tho8. And Wesley Swank to Jos. And we Fox 5 acres Lawrence 732 Maurice Moody to b e Mccafferty lot 1, Dennison. 200 e d Miller to Robt Horrisberger 1 58-100 acres new Phila .150 Thos j Evans to John a Lineberger lot 3, it lot 4, Uhrichsville. 105 Jacob s Sterling to Louis Maurer lot is Dover. 250 same to Magdalena Maurer lot 19, Dover. 250 Fred Wentz to August Berndt lot 2, Dover. 200 Francis m. Wills to Isaac Newton lot 2, Dover. 200 Willis crites to Watson Bair 11 acres Goshen. 40 Jacob Haas to Philippina Bern hard lot 9, Dover. 300 we w Porter to Joseph c Cross 70 acres and 68perches, Uhrichsville. 4991 a b Johnson to a v i hiker 1-10 acres Uhrichsville. 665 George Moore to David Handly part lot 17, Uhrichsville. 350 John Booth to Cox Morris co., 1 acre Oxford. 50 Christian Ladrach a trustee to Fred a Torgler 254 54-100 acres Auburn. 891 Gottlieb Ladrach it Al. To John f. Ladrach 254 54-100 acres aub�?Trn.3496.67 Christian Ladrach a trustee to Gottlieb Ladrach 307 39-100 acres Auburn. 1658.84 same to Jacob Ladrach 190 acres Auburn. 689.18 John f Ladrach it. Al., to Jacob Ladrach 190 acres Auburn 2756.67 Frederick Torgler to John f Ladrach 254 54-100 acres and lots 9 and 10, Auburn. 891.05 John f Ladrach it. Al., to Gottlieb Ladrach 307 39-100 acres. Auburn. 6635.33 to Farmers. Something for nearly nothing. A farm and Stock paper almost free to every subscriber to the times. Beaverdam items. S. W. Rickets had an appraisement his property last week to see How he stands with the world. Rev. Waltz and his father 8. I. Waltz went Over to new Cumberland a few Days a it a to debate whiskey and were a a snowed they will not go Hack soon. Mary Miner will go to Scio soon to visit her brother. Harrison Gundy was Over Stone Creek saturday to fish rather cold was it not but perhaps he will catch Mem by and by. We. Sites will have his Sale the 16th inst. It is rumoured that there will be a wedding soon Lytle a run. We will propound some Bible questions soon through the times and we would like to have answers in the same Way. I. C. You. A scrap paper saves her life. To our subscribers. I it a Nice Olin a. 1 he Coal haulers association met at Eagle Vilall Friday evening november 28, 1889, and unanimously adopted the following prices for Coal screened Coal $2 per ton 2,000 lbs nut Coal $1.50 per ton 2,000 lbs mixed Coal $1.35 per ton 2,000 lbs Slack 75 cents per ton 2,000 lbs 50w2 j. L. Campbell press to. A lady a perfect companion. 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 As the wife a True private companion. Send two cent stamp for descriptive circulars and confidential letter sent in sealed envelope. Addres Frank Thomas amp co. Publishers Baltimore my. 45yl he yelled Kempis Balsam. Among the noted professional men this country who have achieved extraordinary Success Are drs. France and Ott Man principles the France medical Institute nos. 38 and 40 West Gay Street Columbus Ohio. This Large measure Success is the result a thorough and careful preparation for their calling Aud extensive Reading during a Long and unusually Large practice which has enabled them to gain High commendation even from their professional Brethren. In 1886 they established the France medical Institute for the treatment All forms chronic nervous nasal Throat and lung diseases. They associated with themselves a full corps eminent physicians and surgeons the most eminent qualifications and mature experience. These specialists employ Only such courses treatment As Are exactly adopted to each individual Case. They have restored hundreds people to perfect health that had been Given up As hopeless not Only by the Home physicians but also in Many instances by those considerably renowned As Ohio state journal. Drs. France amp Otteau formerly new York now the France medical and surgical Institute Columbus Ohio by request Many friends and patients have decided to visit new Philadelphia monday december 22. Consultation and examination free and strictly confidential in the private parlor the Sherman House from 8. A. To 6. P. M., one Day Only. I yell a a Kemp a Balsam the Best cough i always do when i hear a Man cough and i can to help it. It saved me and it will cure you. I was threatened with pneumonia last Winter and it broke it up. It helps the children out when their throats Are sore cures their cough and tastes so Good. The first dose helps you. So writes a. Arnold Engineer the West Shore Ray at Canajoharie n. Y. 43 we invite attention to . Nicholls advertisement in this paper. The following glittering notice we quote from the Canton repository when . Nicholis the Able English specialist announced his intention locating in Canton permanently his numerous patients were indeed pleased since they realize that a physician distinguished by so Many astonishing and one might say miraculous cures can effect a cure in their cases if a cure is a possibility. His wonderful Success in relieving the sick is most astonishing. And the fact that he never attempts to deceive a patient but always gives a Correct diagnosis a Case with chances for recovery if any has won for him the merited esteem All. Making a specially chronic diseases . Nicholis has been successful where other physicians have failed to even stay the Progress the disease. Desiring the Good his fellow beings above All things . Nicholis prefers to treat those who have failed to secure Relief elsewhere. From 9 a. To 9 p. He can be consulted free charge at his office at the Avenue hotel near the court House. The doctor is not a travelling physician but permanently located in Canton. Lie invites All who Are afflicted with Long standing disease to Call at his office and to consult him free charge. He takes no Case he cannot cure and frankly tells you so. Send to f. P. Shunway jr., Boston mass., for a free Sample copy 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 Lor Only $1.50, provided you one year in Advance procure for the times one new subscriber when the Price the cottage Hearth alone is $1.50 a year. The Boston transcript says the cottage Hearth a setting aside its literary contents which Are a High order Merit the collection receipts for the Kitchen and for the sick room its practical suggestions and advice for the raising and care plants and Flowers its instruction for beautifying Homes by simple Means and other practical features make it invaluable to every a new departure. The a a Bon ton Cal it line a ten cents it was just an Ordinary scrap wrapping paper but it saved her life. She was in the last stage consumption told by physicians that she was incurable and could live Only a Short time she weighed less than seventy pounds. On a piece wrapping paper she read . Kings new discovery and got a Sample bottle it helped her she bought a Large bottle it helped her More bought another and grew better fast continued its use and is now Strong healthy Rosy plump weighing 14u rounds. For Fuller particulars Send stamp to a. Ii. Cole druggist. Fort Smith. Trial bottles this wonderful discovery free at f. C. Miller amp son drug store. Yelling All Trio while. Oklahoma City i. T., dec. 6. A panic exists at Frisco a Small town 75 Miles from Here Over a prospective Indian uprising. Capt. Stiles who commands the military forces Here has been overwhelmed by applications from the settlers for Protection. Within a mile and a half the Village nearly 4,000 indians counting squaws and children Are encamped the Banks the South Canadian. Whoops and yells can be heard Day and night. Hohl it to the Light. The Man who tells you confidentially just what will cure your cold is prescribing Kempis Balsam this year. In tin preparation this remarkable Medicine for coughs and colds no expense is spared to Combine Only the Best and purest ingredients. Hold a bottle Kempis Balsam to the Light and look through it notice the Bright Clear look then compare with other Price 50c. And $1. Sample bottles free. Special notice. We Are pleased to announce that we have made arrangements with the publishers the breeder s guide and practical Farmer whereby we can give that excellent Stock farm and household journal almost free to every subscriber 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 Farmers one year for the sum $1.25. To All new subscribers who will for the times one year in Advance we will give tie times and a a breeders a guide and practical Farmer a one year for the sum $1.25. W1iat is the guide and Farmer the i guide and f Armer is a 40-column Stock and farm paper issued twice each month and is Chuck full practical valuable information for the Farmei and Stock Raiser. It is a fearless expo potent the various Farmers organizations and should be in the household every Reader the times. Conn 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 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 readers we have made arrangements whereby we can furnish them with an extra amount Reading matter for the evenings which Are now lengthening. Agriculture and Stock raising under the present hard times will require More study the methods those who have made these pursuits successful. Knowing tie readers the times would be pleased to receive at a very Low figure a first class farm and Stock paper we have made arrangements with the publishers the breeders guide and practical Farmer Huntington Indiana whereby we Are enabled to give to each 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 give my 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 Farmer is a Semi monthly journal devoted to the interest 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 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 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 Money anywhere. Tell your neighbors about it and ask them to Corne in with you and get two papers for nearly the Price one. We will from time to tune have Sample copies hand that we would be pleased to have you examine. Commence now talk it up Aud assist us in putting these two excellent journals into the hands 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. Something for the new year. A meeting will be held in Dover at the Iron City House dec. 16, 1890, for the purpose organizing a Farmers Institute. Officers will be elected and a 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 the time. Any one desiring further information can write me at Zoar. 49w2 a. C. Nixon. Eup Epsy. This is what you ought to have in fact you must have it to fully enjoy life. Thousands Are searching for it daily and mourning because they find it not. Thousands upon thousands dollars Are spent annually by our people in the Hope that they May attain this Boon. And yet it May be had by All. We guarantee that Quot Hectric bitters if used according to directions and the use persisted in will bring you Good digestion and oust the Demon dyspepsia and install instead Eup Epsy. We recommend electric bitters for dyspepsia and All diseases liver stomach and kidneys. Sold at 50c. And $1.00 per bottle by f. C. Miller amp son druggist. The world renowned Success Iio Stetters stomach bitters and their continued popularity for Over a third a Century As a Stomachin is scarcely More wonderful than the Welcome that greets the annual appearance ho9tetter�?Ts almanac. This valuable medical treatise is published by the Lostetter company Pittsburgh pa., under their own immediate supervision employing 60 hands in that department. They Are running about 11 months in the year this work and the issues 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 it for valuable and interesting Reading concerning health and numerous testimonials As to the Efficacy i Lostetter a stomach bitters amusements varied information astronomical calculations and chronological items &c., which can be depended for correctness. The almanac for 1891 can be obtained free costs from druggists and general country dealers in All parts the country. Believing that our City has grown suf to support a genteel conveyance for carrying passengers from one Point the City to another i have placed at the command the Public a first class cab with an experienced City Driver. Fare one Way to any Point in the City to Blakes Mills ten cents. If out town fare proportioned according to distance. Look for cab Public Square Call Telephone no. 50. The cab will run All Day and until 10 clock at night and later when requested. We expect to make a specially taking ladies when they want to go calling and to fill a Long Felt want with a Nice conveyance. 50w8 Benson l. Grim. On january 1st the encyclopedia Brittania will be advanced to $2.00 per volume in half Russia binding. From now until that time you can get the 1st volume at 60 cents and the balance the set at $1.50 per volume and take one 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 for Sale Trade from port Washington. P. Oaklief our former Boot and shoe Man has opened a Saloon St. Clairs Ville Street. Preparations Are being made to have quite interesting Christmas exercises in the churches this place and the negligent sunday school scholar is now becoming regular in attendance. H. Stofer our Street commissioner has thus far been very successful in getting nearly All the men in town to put in their time the streets. Jacob Kline is dangerously ill with malarial fever. Old Salt. I have for Sale Trade several tracts Western land in Nebraska Kansas and Missouri will Trade for Stock any kind any Good Chattle property at a fair value for town property. Some these lands Are improved and some unimproved and some partially improved. Title Good and abstracts can be furnished. Call the editor times. Of marriage licences granted. Samuel e. Jones and emm Shemeger. Fat Ank a. Murphy and Irene Laporte. John b. Hamilton and Mary m. Wol cot. Edward e. Alton and Dorothy Smith. Frank Peoples and Nancy Booth. E. A third party movement is foot. The Farmers and knights labor Are uniting and forming a National Union party. A Call has been issued for a National conference to be held during the month january 1891, and Cincinnati As the place. The following is their proposed platform a this platform demands the abolition National Banks and the substitution Legal tender Treasury notes in lieu National Bank notes in sufficient volume to carry the business the country a Cash system that Congress prevent by Law the Deang in a a futures All agricultural Ami mechanical productions free and unlimited coinage Silver the prohibition alien ownership land and the adoption. Of Quot some just plan by which the government May acquire ownership in such lands and also in. Lands held by Railroad companies in excess the actual needs that taxation both state and National shall not be used to build up one interest class at the expense another that All revenues National state and county shall be limited to the actual necessary expenditures the government economically and honestly administered that Congress issues sufficient fractional paper currency to facilitate Exchange through the United states mails Aud that the Means communication and transportation shall be controlled by the United states great Clearing but Sale. Ask your friends about it. No other paper in Tuscarawas county gives two papers at As Low a Price As is named in our offer in another column. Your distressing cough can be cured. We know it because Kempis Balsam within the past few years has cured so Many coughs and colds in this Community. Its remarkable Sale has been won entirely by its genuine Merit. Ask some Friend who has used it what he thinks Kempis Balsam. There is no Medicine so pure none so effective. Large bottles 5oc and 1 All druggists. Sample bottle free. 15yl owing to the change our business which will take place the 31st Day december 1890, and wishing to reduce our Stock merchandise we invite the Public to come and see the great reduction prices which we offer in All goods pertaining to our business. Urfer a Kinsey. 47w5 those candies nuts Etc., during the holidays will do Well by going to Godfrey Schoche a confectionery establishment near court House. A rare bargain awaits your going and an immense line goods to select from. 49w3 Holiday exc undo via the Pennsylvania lines. Excursion tickets will be sold at reduced rates at All ticket stations the Pennsylvania lines West Pittsburgh december 24th, 25th and 31st, 1890, and january 1st, 1891. Tickets will be . J. Roland Kurtz and wife new Philadelphia spent thanksgiving with her Mother mrs. Thos h. Mozena in . Mrs. Julia Harmony and Little son the children a Home at canal Dover called a number Dennison and Uhrichsville friends last saturday after . Good returning until january elusive. 5th, in-50w2 miss Kate Welty visit monday. Returned from her miss Luper Waynesburg was the guest mrs. Norman Pratt the past j week. Or. H. Mccleary spent Sabbath in Newcomerstown miss Irene Watt left for her Home in 1 Richmond ind., wednesday noon

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