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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - December 25, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Hlaus posters and Job printing of every description done on Short notice. Your favor solicit d. New Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 1 3 to. 6 to. Lye a 8 1 00 8 2 0e 3 00 5 00 2 Ltd 5 00 7 50 15 i 3 of 7 50 12 50 22 50 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 s no 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices. Ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday december 25, 1890. Number 52. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and prior into the weeks a loins. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. Tuscarawas Branch Sujie Pule in effect nov. 23, 1690 going ea8t. A tattoos. La Al new Philadelph i canal Dover. Zoar. Mineral Point. Magnolia. . Malvern. On eld. Minerva. Arrive Bayard. Alliance. Cleveland. Instill by. Beltaire. Pittsburgh. Alt express a local. 6 2f> i 2 00 p in 1 �0 . 5 45 a a 2 10 a a i 2 a a 7 15 a a 2 25 a a 15 a a 7 3 1 a a 2-u a a 1 >5 a a 8 0 5 a a 2 46 a a 2 1 a a 8 10 a a 2 51 a a i 2 25 a a 8 35 a a 3 01 a a j us a a 6 45 a a 3 06 a a 3 20 a a 0 00 a a 3 15 a a i .1 to a a o?0 a a 3 25 a a 3.55 a a 1 15 a a 4 0 a a. 12 50 6 35 Quot. 1215 a a 4 50 a a. 5 05 a a 8 25 a a. 2 20 a a j 7 00thursday december 35, 1890. Hummel Block Samond floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 the new Philadelphia times will he Pubil sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance#1.00 if not paid within three to 8 1-50 $�?okemiuanep3 should be sent by draft registered letter or Postoff Iee order to the address of the proprietor. #3 address ail matter intended for publication to the Tut test the weeks doings. Going West. Stations. Mall. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. 6 10 . I 12 45 . Bellaire. 4 40 10 Ells v tile. 4 15 2 40cleveland. 7 4-5 10 1 15 3 to Bayard. 10 .50 4 15 7 10 . Minerva. 10 18 4 25 7 25 on Witla. 11 08 4 36 7 55. 8 353 Malvern. 11 13 4 43 m Waynesburg. 11 24 5 00 8 55 Magnolia. 11 30 5 07 9 20 Mineral Point. 11 44 5 27 9 55 Zoar. 11 50 5 35 10 10 canal Dover. 12 05 6 00 10 40 arrive new Philadelphia 12 15 1 6 15 11 00 Pierre s. D., is Augar bet t factory. To have a $100,000 in Bolivar county miss., 41 Cut of the 44 offices arc held by negroes it would be in order now for Mckinley to explain the present financial depression. _ the death of sitting Bull has wrought the indians up to a terrible pitch. An enterprising merchant at Bismarck offered $1,000 for his hide. All trains Art run daily except sunday. Passengers for the West connect Ai ail Lance with trains on the a great fort Wayne route running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through co acc a to Chicago. For time tables rates of fare Etc., apply to to f. , agent Nev. Philadelphia Ohio. Joseph woo. E. A. Ford. General manager. Geu. Pcs. A t Pittsburgh. A. The wreck on the w. Amp l. E. Ray inst thursday will Cost the company not h is than $60,000. The trestle which broke Down had been condemned. Cleveland and Marietta Ray. In effect dec. 14, 1890. Going South. Stations. Going Norte. No. 5. No. 3. No. 1 l no. 2 no. 4. 11 Quot a 1 a 401 pm 1115am Cleveland. 640pm 523 z3"pm Akron. 11. 611 613 127 pm a anum. 1�?z4 420 30 m Toledo. 62 it 21n Laval a 1 j Ai 349 740 �?T255 525am Acaldo Vei �5 316 750 a -6 715 i Ane c a. Att 2 d 6 7-36 312 .40 Blackband. 1 36 13 1 8 1 318 to 45 l3o l56 i t 824 330 53 Wolf a. 1 15 1 44 30 6 5 no motown o07 237 437 250 615 Post boy. 954 225 811 357 �23 Guernsey. 946 216 846 40 5 h2s Kimbolton. 939 212 <55 413 t .37 a a Lillerd a. 928 14.2 001 420 245 Oldham a. 922 1.-.5 910 428 653 Cambridge. 915 14s 446 i 711 Byersville >�?�59 2n 50 1 725 it pleasant ,v,6 112 506 "51 it 4 a n Wood. 831 Ali 6512 1 737 Ava. 825 1 0 522 i 747 Belle Valley 815 1250 52.2 is 3 Aid Well. 805 1249 540 h1 Dudley. 754 l3 547 816 Mouth Olive 747 1.2a 653 82 i Lexter Ity 52l 12.06 10 i s3 Macks 0 org 734 1213 604 i 737 Elba. 726 1206 619 k48 Warner. 713 1155 619 i 858 w hippie. 7to 1145 �?�41 1909 Mauley. <�?�53 1133 i>46 1 it Aywood. 648 030 1 1128 705 9 >2 Marietta. I 1 1 l 810 3> a i Parks by i 15o i 74 am Al out two feet of Snow fell at Pittsburgh last wednesday. Much damage was done to property and he citric wires. Trains were blockaded for a time. Sharkey and Popp murderers in the P., were Hung on the 18th inst. Isaac Smith has been granted a Little longer lease of life for further investigation. Flag stations. Through coaches on trains no. 2 Ami 3, Between Marietta Canton Akron. Cleveland and Toledo. Close c nne Otsons made at Marietta with c. W. Amp b. 1. A o c. Sex. Ry., z a 0. R., and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with b. Amp 0. East Ami West at Newcomerstown with . A St. L. East and West at canal Dover with c. L. A w. And c. A p. North and East at Valley Junction with w. A l. A and Valley a. A. T. A a ii7. Gen manager. W k Richards. Gene a pass age to the wheat presents a Tine appearance so tar this Winter. Unless More severe weather than we have had sets in the crop for next season will undoubtedly be Good. Hon. John 1 m. Irby has been elected United states senator from South Carolina to succeed Gen. Wade Hampton. Or. Irby is an Alliance Man and was elected by an Alliance legislature. The business failure occurring throughout the country during the last week number 374, As compared with a total of 312 the previous week. For the correspond in it week of last year the figures were 500. Pittsburg it. Wayne amp Chicago Railroad condensed time table in effect May 18 3�?o trains depart from Alliance As follows on Central Lime no. 1. 9. 11. 3. No. 8. 14. 4. 10. 20. 6. Going West fast line. Chicago express. Mail. Mail express. Going East fast line. Accommodation. Mail. Fast express. Day i press. 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 trains leave Alliance for Niles and Youngstown at 5 a a 12-45 a re and 2-30 p in. Arr Ive at Alliance from Niles and Youngstown at9-5o a a 4-3o and �-o0 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 daily. To daily except sunday daily except monday. A a. Ford general pass and ticket agent. Joseph Wood manager Pittsburgh a. Four treacherous indians were Hung at Missouri Montana dec. 19th. They were found guilty of my Dering Whites a miners who were prospecting. Their names were Pierre Paul Lalla see 13 and Antler. It is claimed that eleven patients at John Hopkins Hospital Baltimore who have consumption Are improving under the treatment of or Koch. Injections of Lymph the newly discovered Solu Tion is the great remedy. Band concert next tuesday evening. Be sure and go. The canal Dover Foard of Trade is still alive and watching the interest of the town. King Christmas with his court will be at the lutheran Church on Christmas evening we notice that f. Irvine was Secretary of the Farfie Erst dist the. When did he turn Farmer ? three Fine Christmas Trees to be sold at new Philadelphia cemetery. See ii. Kirov super into Rydant Demehry. A grand Christmas entertainment will be Given at the lutheran Church thursday evening december eth. All Are invited. Admission 15 cents. Married at Baltic nov. 27, by Rev. Wilson Neislev or. Conrad Schaffer of Wilmot and miss Sophia c. Rigby of Coshocton county for Choice cigars and smokers articles Call on to it b. Kaif in court House basement lie Lias the finest line in the City at the invest prices married in the lutheran Church at Evans Creek dec. 14th,by Rev. Wilson Yeisley or Ira j8? miser and miss Ada e. Wise both of to Caracas Colin la. Married december 38th, a the it is i Dence of the Bride s parents on mul Berry Street by r v. F. A. Fry or. Frank m. Auman and miss Rachel m. Cook both of new Philadelphia. Or. Freshwater will preach in the methodist episcopal Church on Friday at 7 of clock and afterwards hold the quarterly conference. The sacrament will be administer after the 10 30 a. 8t Rinon sunday. Preaching also at 7 p. The great Eastern baud will give one of their pleasing entertainments tuesday evening dec. 30. New Philadel Delphia is proud of the great Eastern arid will give them a full House which they deserve. The proceeds we understand Are to to used for the Purchase of new uniforms. Encourage the but a is by your patronage. I have for Sale As agent a splendid Stock of general merchandise in a Good town with a Large and Well established Trade Stock not shelf worn but first class and w>11 invoice 8 or 9 thousand dollars that can be sold and take in part a Good piece of land in Tuse. Rawas Harris Good store Tock if desired. Good reasons for Selling. Address the editor of t tie time next term of Franklin College new Athens 0begins january 6th. For rent a new House 9 rooms on East St. Clair sire. Inquire of s. J. Beck. 49 my store room for rent on West High Street. Ii. Cramer. 50tf on Christmas Day the new Philadelphia Pofi Toffice will be open Only from 7 to 8 30 a. M., and from 1 to 5 p. No Othi r paper in Tuscarawas county gives two papers at As Low a Price As is named in our offer in another column. The Mineral Point people Promise to a renovate the hair of the Ohio demo Era editor if he of fakes any More bad Breaks in writing up Mineral Point news. So says the Pointer. Mrs. John Knisely while shopping saturday evening in one of the stores fab ted and falling Forward struck her face with such Force As to Knock out a tooth and fracture the jaw. A part of the resin Myers farm near s Iii Yville was offered for Sale at the court House on saturday by virtue of an order in partition but did not sell. It was not bid to two thirds of the appraisement. Points about people. Miss Jennie Drake was in the City saturday. _ miss Miller of Dover was the guest of mrs. Hoover monday. Hon. Ii. Ii. Porter of port Washington gave our Sanctum a Call tuesday. Or. Sylvanus Laupert is the guest of his brother prof. Haupert this City. Messes. Charles Lahmer and Isaac Wenger went to Cleveland monday. Or. Harry Kurtz of Leetonia came Home monday to eat Chri Mas Turkey. Fred. Leichman of Cleveland is the guest of his parents during the holidays. Or. A. G. Boone has returned Home Roffi Evansville ind., to spend the we. Dodd son of Rev. Dood came Home from Bethany College to 6pend the holidays. Mrs. Geo. A. Wells and children of Wheeling Are the guests of or. W. Wells and family. Washington letter. J. Taylor Holmes of Columbus Law school is spending his holidays with parents and friends Here. The p. A St. Louis railway �an-1iandle route. Schedule taking effect june 15, 1890. Going West. Trains depart from the p. U. Amp St. Louis de it Uhruch Syville Junction As follows express. A m accommodation to o-2u a in a express. T 3-53 express. Express. Express. Accommodation. Going East. 2-45 of 11-05 2-40 p in 8-15 the new apportionment Bill that has just passed the House changes the electoral College from 444 to 356 members. Republicans claim to have gained 24 on the map of states based upon the past record at presidential elections this Falls election will make the record very unreliable for the future. If the democrats can carry Indiana and new York they Are All right yet. The failure of crops in Nebraska last year on account of dry weather is causing much suffering among the people in several counties. Stock is being sacrificed at nominal figures. Appeals Are constantly going out for help. Food clothing and Money Are wanted. Nebraska usually is Able to care for herself but this time she cries for Aid. Senator Frye of Maine said in his speech on the Force Bill that if he had the Power a the would put a Bayonet behind every the War cry with the Republican party evidently will be a fraud a let us Call Forth the bayonets. A usurping party crying for purity at the ballot Box is one of the wonders of the age. A acres of Good coal�?4 it. Rison or Coshocton counties. It a a i Access 2-1 to. Of Blacka 3 building can he sold with 20 acres. Fair , Quot everyday. Central timed except sunday. Through coaches from Uhrichsville Junction to Pittsburg . Indianapolis and 8t. La uis Pullman Palace bleeping cars attached to through trains East and West. For time tables rates of fare through tickets and further information regarding t he running of trains apply to ticket agent i Hrichus Ville Junction Ohio. E. A. H re Gen. 1 As. And ticket agent Pittsburg a. Joseph Wood Gen. Manager Pittsburg a. It p3 Al -3 it o to co a a to k x o p5 5 0 e Al a. A 0 �5 acc to c4 s e = be c4 o a to 4-4 Ems to a a 0 <1 re Ltd a i a a i it r�?o5 by a a 6 a i is r. 5 p 03 30 a. To 1 g a e-1 1 h it h i a Cleveland a Pekin suit. Akron. Canton a Val a Jet la i s a h no j v j 02 u o j i j 7. It 5 to Ca 1 co a. To a som o j k to 1 e p 1 Al e it a a a a s �?1 o i j 3 1 a a j tax 53 it s o o e. 3 co a to it a w it it cd a a meeting has been called for Jan. 3, 1893, at Iron City House canal Dover to organize a county Farmers Alliance. A Farmers Institute will be held in City Hall canal Dover wednesday and thursday february 11th and 12th, �?T91. Am interesting time is expected. The Farmers throughout the country Are rising up and asserting their rights and will soon be a Power in the land. Monopolists must soon take a Back seat. 9 m St o x i 3 a 2 o a 7j a-1 53 o Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no required. It is guar it teed to give perfect sat Ista Crlin or Money refunded. Price 25 cent9 per Box. For Sale by f. 0 Miller in son. 6?2 tint Jackson club will give their 3rd banquet in commemoration of the anniversary of the Battle of new Orleans in the City opera House Uhrichsville Jan. S. The supper will be served in the new Hall adjoining. The seating capacity will accommodate two Hundred couples. A swell time is anticipated by the jacksonian. A number of prominent speakers from a distance will be present and no pains will be spared to make this the Best banquet the club has Ever hell. The invitations will be out in a few Days. The commissioner of internal Revenue Madl a raid on unlicensed dealers in bogus bitter in this City last week and discovered and confiscated a Good we Are under obligations to or. Jas. Connor of Baltic for a Christmas present in the shape of a Beautiful pipe of his own make for which to h is our thanks. Or. Connor is a Genius of High order. We received a sgt several samples of Mineral paint which he has manufactured and on which he Lias applied for a Patent. There is no doubt but what it is a Success and will prove very valuable. Or. Connor expects to manufacture his paint for the Trade and we know of no better place for him to locate than new Philadelphia. A fearful Accident occurred on the w. Amp l. E. By. Near Bolivar this county on thursday last. The hindmost passenger r coach jumped the track just As the train approached a trestle 3-5 it. High and plunged Over alighting Bottom upward. Sixteen persons were in the coach All of whom were killed or injured but two. Six of the number Are dead and two or three others May not recover. The wrecked car took fire but was soon extinguished by a Brake Man who went Down with the car and escaped with slight ii jury putting Snow on the fire. The engine and smoking car were not derailed. Those who were killed outright or have died of their injuries Are or. And mrs. Whitman of Marrietta or. And mrs. Maurer of Shelby county Iii. Miss Ada Hall of Leesville and a lady unknown. A lot of Uhrichsville Capic lists including a party from Zane Shiue have organized a joint Stock company with $15,000 Cash capital to manufacture paving Brick and building blocks. They have bought 8 acres of land Coal and Clay privilege from Samuel Wilcoxen near the Uhrichsville fire Clay company a works and will commence building in january. Messes. Joseph Loeb and Samuel Wilcoxen were the prime movers in getting up the company among the stockholders Are j. Evans Geo. Beck e. J. Moore Foster bros., we. Holland John Ansel and a number of others. This shows the Enterprise of the Uhrichsville p of e. Their town will always grow while the citizens take h id and push. Why can not our people organize a Large Brick establishment and give our town a new impetus no doubt our town would Aid a Home company As Quick As a for sign one. Distilled from Ine richest Maud Barley chases malt we Day is frill of Nutriment Nield acid excellent and absolutely pure. /. Bippus amp son sole agent for new Philadelphia. 52w4 some naughty poet said to have said a a Little drops of water Little grains of Sand make the Gro res business the finest in the land a we wish All our patrons a merry Christmas and we also wish that Many More of them had remembered us on subscription so that we could our obligations and thereby enjoy a merry Christmas Tuo. You still have a Chance to give us a Happy new year and on a b paying for your paper. On december 24, 2-5 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 a turning up to and including january 5, 1891. Apply to any agent of the a. Amp m. Ray for further information. 50 w 3 for ale a 70 acre tract of Good land five Milts from new Philadelphia 45 acres of Good coal�?4 it. Vein East y of and Ore under Good Orchard Good Spring near the House. Liberal Price and terms easy. A bargain in it. Cap at the times office. Excursion rates for the holidays will be in effect at All ticket stations of the Pennsylvania lines West of Pittsburgh on december 2ttb, 25th, and 31st, of 1890, and january m 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 mrs. Bordner Mother of the late Lillie Bordner denies having any knowledge of the condition of her daughter or of her intentions when she left Home ostensibly for a i it to her Uncle. Or. Maxwet 11 and Charlie Schott Are out on bail. Many people sympathize with or. Schott and believe he was willing to cover the shame of the girl by marriage. The Mother of the girl denies that there was anything said about marriage. It is a sad affair All around. Marriage licenses granted. Or. And mrs. Looper and family of Waynesburg will take their Christmas dinner with her son or. Bato Shell in this City. _ or. A. Beers of Newcomerstown visited the Hub monday on business. He had suffering severely from a Felon on his linger. John Schild of Canton who holds a lucrative position in the Dueber watch work is spending his holidays Here with parents and Many friends. Or. Allen Knisely and family moved to Uhrichsville monday. The or. A been very successful in his practice and has gained quite a reputation As a specialist. Or and m is. John b. Read and baby Buchanan spent a few Days last week visiting mrs. Res aunt mro. Price in Leesville. John says is More plentiful near Home. Miscellaneous items. Mrs. Anna j. Clark of Dyersville Harrison county was the guest of the times family this week. She also attended the wedding of her son or. 0. 8. Clark of Leesville and miss Annie Amos of this City to Day wednesday. Sample item from the newspaper Fifer years ii. e. Of Clement Stewart and Anna Campbell. Ii. B. Hostetler and Clara a. Mar Burger. E. E. Hines and Ida May Patterson. S. I. Gardner and May a. Wilson. F. J. Shurtz and Mary Patterson. U. G. Strong and Mary Learman. Ii. Smith and Elizabeth Rezler. V x Vilello hello i hello Here i come All right. I have sold out to the boys and will give my entire time to painting wagons buggies and carriages and handling wagons buggies carriages and carts. Will do first class painting at a moderate rate. All work warranted. Hello hello hello. I have painted 85 jobs this season can paint 150 if they Are presented in proper t me. Hello hello Viilo. All right. We will bring along our rigs As we know you do Good we k and at a Low Price. Thanking All for their Liberal patronage in the past 30 years. 52tf w. Ilem meger. Considerable anxiety prevails Over the non arrival of the steamship electric impulse a which left Liverpool for this port 47 hours ago. She is now 19 minutes overdue. Her owners say however she is a slow boat and it May be possible that she was detained at Cable station no. 10, in mid Ocean where the african mails Are transferred from the boats in route to Greenland. She was Hist reported from Ocean station no. 6. Her electric motors of which she has 90, Are of 10,000 horse Power each and Are of old pattern. This boat As slow As she is is a wonder compared with the slow Craft that ploughed the Ocean 0 years ago when steam was the motive Power. The Only part electricity played on ships in those Days was to Light them and the lamps gave a very feeble Light As compared with the present electric age. Trying to Embarrass the Alliance suits were filed by leading citizens of Franklin county Kansas last week against certain school boards tor allowing the Farmers Alliance the use of school houses charging that anarchy and socialism Are taught Bei ind tin closed doors. The parties interested in these suits Are leading republicans who thereby Hope to break up the Alliance. Attorney general Kellogg hold that an Alliance meeting though secret May properly be called a business meeting and if the school boards Grant the use of school houses there is no Law to prevent it. As a majority of the members of the school boards in Kan Sas Are Alliance men the school houses will continue to be used As meeting places. The Grange has had the use of school houses in Kansas for years and the Alliance will be granted the same privilege. X Cal Letl Home at 75 years of age. Teachers sex a mix at ions. An interesting social event will take place , wednesday at the residence of mrs. We. Waddington Thi City. Or. S. Clark of Leesville claims for his Bride the accomplished daughter of mrs. Waddington miss Annie Amos. The wedding takes place at High noon in the presence of relatives and a few invited guests. The ceremony making them Twain will be performed by Rev. J. Krew Seh Deal of 4uff. About $10,000 Worth of this City. An elegant dinner will of Ole Margarine which was without be served after which or. And mrs. Stamps and was prepared to be sold As Clark will leave for their future Home butter was taken from two wholesale in Leesville. The Bride is one of new houses and transferred to the government the driers being prosecuted Oleo has been freely sold in this City recently As butter greatly to the injury of the genuine Procki ctr retailing around 2-5@ 35c. Retailed suspected of dealing in Oleo without Cense Are under surveillance and oth a arrest Are looked the Juci Thonol Smakman and Farmer Pittsburgh. \ Philadelphia a Best girls and possessed of a Sweet temperament that will Ever prove a Blessing to the new Home. Or. Clark is a Young physician of Good attainments and Well established in his profession at Leesville In addition to that ii is a moral and upright Young Man. Our Best wishes attend them and May happiness and Prosperity Crown their efforts in life. Mrs. Susanna officer one of the old citizens of new Philadelphia and relict of David officer died on the 17th inst. Of heart disease. Mrs. Officers Maiden name was caseber and was born near new Philadelphia in the year 1815. She was the daughter of Jacob caseber and granddaughter of or. Knisely the founder i f our Beautiful City. Her husband David officer was killed by a Drunken Ruffian by the name of David Mains 44 years ago while trying to preserve order at a Temperance meeting in the town of Shanesville. Mrs. Officer with her children then moved to this City and resided Here until her death. She joined the m. E. Church at the age of 15, and had been a consistent and upright Christian lady to the time of her departure. She lived with her daughter mrs. Lucy Joss for Many years prior to her death. Mrs. Officer Ivas a quiet yet pleasant lady with hosts of friends who mourn their loss. Three children or. J. A. Officer p. C officer and mrs. Lucy Joss survive her. She was interred beside her Mother in the new Philadelphia a. Meter on Friday last. A Christian Moth a Lias gone on before to await to com Ngoi her surviving u an Grieve to part again. The Board of examiners of Tuscarawas county will meet for the examination of applicants for teachers certificates in new Philadelphia january 3, feb. 14, feb. 28. Examinations will begin promptly at 8 of clock a. M., and no one will be admitted to the class after 9 of clock. Strangers must furnish testimonials of Good moral character from responsible persons with whom the examiners Are Well acquainted. Before entering the class each applicant Mast furnish the clerk of the Board a stamped envelope with his address. All work must be done with pen and Ink and the Neches Ary paper will be furnished by the Board. Cimias. Haupert p. Ii. Sigrist a. Baker examiners. From our regular correspondent. Washington d. C., december 19, 1890. Senator paddock who like some of the other Republican senators from the Northwest has a mind of his own As to How he shall vote and who values the interests of his constituents above caucus decrees gave or. Harrison a bad turn when that gentleman attempted to Bull it be the Doughty nebraskan into voting for the Force Bill by telling him plainly that he was very decidedly opposed to the measure and would certainly vote against it. Or. Harrison then made an ineffectual Effort to get or. Paddock to Promise that he would absent himself when the vote was taken. As a last resort to get the Republican senators into line or. Harrison is said to have stated to several of them that he would consider the defeat of the Force Bill an intimation that they did not wish him to be a candidate for a re nomination in �?T92. That is a very dangerous argument for or. Harrison to use and it will probably result in making More votes against the Bill than in its favor for it is doubtful whether there is a half a dozen Republican senators who arc sincerely in favor of giving or. Harrison another nomination. A Republican caucus has voted to change the rules of the Senate in order to push the Force Bill through. The programme is to debate the rest of this wet a then to take up the new Silver Bill approved by the same caucus and pass it in its present condition if the wicked democrats do not succeed in substituting free coinage therefor afterwards the change of rules is to be adopted if enough republicans can be persuaded to vote for it. The Rumor is again current Here and generally believed to be True that or. In Fririson has fully made up his mind that Cornu Oldner Raum Jis a heavier Load than he cares too amp try. Lie will Aik for Raume a resignation it is said As soon As the House committee which is pretending to investigate the pension office makes its report which will probably not be until after the holidays. The House expects to vote on the substitute for the Senate subsidy shipping Bills tomorrow. This substitute is a sort of a combination of the subsidy and Bounty features of the other Tuo Bills which has been concocted by the republicans of the House committee on merchant Marine in order to compel certain republicans who favored subsidizing steamship Piney. But opposed the Bounty Bill to vote for both. The re that it is certain to pass. An attempt will he made by democratic members to attach Arl amendment providing for free ships to the bid and it May succeed As a number of republicans Are belie Ved to be willing to support it. Representative Pierce of Tennessee a member of the Farmers Alliance has introduced in the House a Resolution instructing the committee on ways and mean8 to report the sub Treasury Bill not later than monday january and fixing fhe following monday for its consideration. Representative Mills has introduced a n solution providing for a recess from dec. 22, to january 5 and it has been referred to the committee on ways and Means. It is not believed that the republicans will agree to such a lengthy recess in fact a senatorial caucus said there would be none. Representative Wilson of Washington who took Partin one of the notorious slugging matches on the floor of the House at the last session came very near to having another one with representative Milliken of Maine whom he accused of having turned Down his Bill for a Public building at Spokane Falls. Milliken called him a liar and Wilson started for him in regular pugilistic attitude when a Friend grabbed him and or. Milliken made a Hasty exit from the speakers lobby where they had met. There May be More of it As Wilison is known among his friends As a fighter. While the apportionment Bill which passed this week was under discussion in the House the democrats paid their respects to Secretary Noble superintendent Porter and the faulty census upon which the Bill is based. If the census was a Correct one which it was not the the Bill would be As fair As could be expected. A joint congressional committee will undertake next week to make some of the gentlemen concerned Tell some thing about the buying of american industries by foreign syndicates. If they do Tell what they know it would be interesting. Or. Wanamaker has Sucre did in getting the House committee on Post offices to report a Resolution to the House setting aside january it i for the consideration of the postal Telegraph Bill. He done to seem to be worrying any to get a one cent letter postage Bill through. The National citizens Alliance which is intended to be a twin brother to the Farmers Alliance is to have head quarters and a newspaper in this City. A Hunters Romance. How Abraham Eltherington won and lost an Indian ii ride. For Many years the Home of Abraham Witherington was in a Small House a Short distance East of the enclosure and he cultivated a few adjoining acres this with Hunting and fishing occupied his time it is said that when about Twenty eight years of age to became deeply attached to an Indian Maiden a member of a tribe then quite numerous in the Eastern part of the state. Lie was a great Favorito with most of the tribe particularly with this girl s father and brother. Abraham had hunted much with the indians and was looked on with As much favor As any of the tribe by All with the exception of one a Young Indian who had made advances to the Maiden. Being of a sullen morose and treacherous disposition he was regarded kindly but by few and was a bitter enemy of Abraham not Only Ona Counton the favor shown him by the girl but because Abraham bad been the More successful Hunter and at one of the trials of skill in the use of the Rifle had shown himself the better Marksman. On the evening of this Day Abraham and the girl were standing near a Large tree in conversation when the report of a gun disturbed the quiet of the evening and the Ball struck the tree near which they stood. Although nothing certain was known about to the shot was thought to have been fired by this Indian. The Hunter and the girl married shortly after this and went to his Home a few Miles Distant where to cultivated a Small farm. Six months after the marriage Witherington left Home Early in Tho morning in Pursuit of game leaving his Young wife in health and happiness and returned in the evening to find her a Corpse a great wound on the head told the fearful tale. Friends found to e husband almost a maniac but after the simple funeral rites an unnatural calmness came Over the Man. Although he was kind and affable to All there seemed in him a fixed purpose that did not sire. The Indian suitor was suspected of Tho crime but he had disappeared and was not seen again but Rumor said that a Bullet from Tho Hunter s Rifle found rent him to answer for his evil Cost and Stream. State agricultural rooms. Columbus dec. 15. To breeders of horses a believing that the interests of the Public and especially of breeders and dealers in improved Stock would be enhanced by the organization of an Ohio Icso breeders association the undersigned hereby invite All who Are interested in the improvement of horses to meet at City Hall Columbus Ohio wednesday at 7 p. M., january 14, 1>91, to consider the advisability of forming such an association or associations As May i e agreed upon. This Date and place have been selected because during the week the state agricultural convention and Stock Brt eders annual meetings will be held. Paper on a a the relation of the trotting horse to agriculture and business and a a the profitable horse for the Farmer and How to Breed him a will be Road and discussed. Special Railroad Raffs have been secured. Breeders of horses Are cordially invited. Committee. Real estate transfers. Compiled in the office of the recorder of deeds 400 475 3,400 250 3,060 175 390 6,100 975 we. Wallace to Robert g. Galbraith lot 29, new Philadelphia $1,200 l. S. Winch to John Anderegg it Al 2 acres Clay. We. F. Clark to a. T. Herrick lot 9, Uhrichsville. Catharine Schupp to Charles and Caroline Ley lot 70, port Washington. Christ. Rinderknecht to Valentine Wenz 30 acres Dover. Patrick Gilbow to we. Daugherty lot 8, Valley City. Christ. Roth a Assignee to John a. Wenger 31j acres Franklin. Fuck amp Dupper to the Wenz Wagner co., part of lot 30, Dover. Joseph Loeb to George m. And Albert n. Gilmore lot 357, Uhrichsville. Enck it amp Dupper tothe Wenz Wagner co., 92j acres Dover. Christ. Herzig to Ferd. Strahm 3 acres Dover. Enck amp Dupper to the Crown fire Clay co., 17 87-100 acres Dover 2,680 j. B. Baringer to e. K. Davidson lot 2, Newcomerstown. 140 e. K. Davidson to Thos. Laug head lot 2, Newcomerstown 125 Ferd. Strahm to Samuel Rufener lot 409, Dover. E. J. Furney to a. George 109 acres Rush. J. S. Yoder to b. J. Yoder 78 92 100 Seres Sugarcreek. I it. W. Jenkins to Anna Jenkins lot 12.18a of 13, Mooreville. Sheriff Bowers to Eli Vanlehn it Al 79 acres Goshen. Eli Vanlehn it Al to Chas. Hummel 18 18-100 acres Goshen. John Booth to David Harrison 2 acres Oxford. Sofie Glen to Isabella Rinehart lot 1, Philipsburg. The trustees of Goshen township to Godfrey Schoeph lot 198, new Philadelphia. W. Jenkins it Al to Ann Jenkins lots 12, 18 and part of 13, Morville. Alex. Griffith to Isabella Rinehart. Lot 1, Philipsburg. J. S. Sterling to Catharine Ross lot 12, Dover. 275 sheriff Goeler to win. Limbach 30 acres Jefferson. 400 675 3,160 7,375 1.00 5,705 1,300 50 400 5,000 1.00 400 ask your friends about it. Your distressing cough can be cured. We know it because Kempis Balsam within tiie 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 of Kempis Balsam. There is no Medicine so pure none so effective. Large bottles 5oc and $1 of All drug Gist. Sample bottle free. 15yl a la perfect companion. Painless Chi birth 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 circular and confidential letter sent in sealed envelope. Addres Frank Thomas amp co. Publishers Baltimore my. 4oyl to Farmers. Something for nearly nothing. A farm and Stock paper almost free to every subscriber to the times. He yelled Kempis Balsam. Grand jury january term 1891. Name township Nelson Sproull. Mill John w. Mohn. A a j. B. Blim. A a a. J. Wilkins. Oxford j. E. Murray. Dover e i Ward rank. Clay Amos Everhart. Salem Geo. Hephinger. Goshen David speaker. Sandy Philip h. Lind. Dover Andrew a. Schurtz. Oxford Frank Hart line. Franklin John Dawson. Mill r. A. Herron. A a r. L. Morris. Clay Petit jurors. Benjamin Fisher. .y01 k a. T. Raiff. Goshen Luther Murphy. Jefferson bark Wallace. Goshen John Adams. Mill George Welch. C Robert Wallace. I i Philip Gintz or. Goshen David Newton. 4 i Jacob Dietrich. Clay Benj. Mizer. Bucks John w. Lemasters. Union Peter Uebel. Dover Philip Baker. 4 4 Philip Lamneck. Salem Samuel c. Titus. Perry Philip Reifensnyder. Dover David j. Thompson. Mill h. J. Miller. Oxford Daniel Diefenbacher. Dover we Are pleased to announce that we have made arrangements with the publishers of the breeder s 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 sum of $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 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 tie 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 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 Pur uits successful. Knowing the readers of the times would be pleased to receive of 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 t 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 i Imes. We Are not Content with give my appreciative subscribers the Best tical paper in Tuscarawas county but we want to give them for a Mere pit Tance the Best Semi monthly Stock and farm paper published m America. The guide and Farmer is a Semi monthly journal devoted to Trie 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 ire 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 Sample copies on hand that we would be of fasted to have you examine. Commence now talk it up and assist us in putting these two excellent journals into the hands of every Man in Tuscarawas county. You May never again hav such an Opportunity. Seize it now and get your next door neighbor to help you. Fortunate people. Hold it to the Light. I yell a a Kemp a Balsam the Best cough i always do when i hear a mat cough and i can to help it. It saved a 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 on the West Shore Ray at Canajoharie n. Y. 43 Carbon Oil. The very Best water White Gil Quality guaranteed can be bought from my Oil wagons or at my Oil depot rear of the Exchange hotel new Philadelphia Ohio for nine cents per gallon. James m. Hummel agent for s. O. Co. The Man who tells you confidentially just what will cure your cold is prescribing Kempis Balsam this year. In tin preparation of this remarkable medi Cine for coughs and colds no expense i spared to Combine Only the Best and purest ingredients. Hold a bottle of Kempis Balsam to the Light and look through it notice the Bright Clear look then compare with other 50c. And $1. Sample bottles fret Pittsburg Market. Something fort lie new year. A new discovery you have heard your friend3 and neighbors talking about it. You May yourself be one of the Many who know from personal experience just How Good a thing it is. If you have Ever tried it you Are one of its staunch friends because tie wonderful thing about it is 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 i Lostetter a a almanac. This valuable medical treatise is published by the Hostetter of Pany Pittsburgh pa., under their own immediate supervision employing 60 hands in that department. They Are running about 11 months in the year on this work and the issues of same for j 1891 will be More than ten millions j printed m the English German French j Welsh norwegian swedish Holland Bohemian and Spanish languages. Refer to a copy of it for valuable and interesting Reading concerning health and numerous testimonials As to the 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 45w8 Donasky amp sons. Certain parties in our town and Vicinity keep ferrets for Hunting rabbits which is contrary to Law. I hereby notify them and All others that they Are forbidden to Hunt any game on my premises without my consent either with ferret gun or dog. I will enforce the Law. Peter Eckert. 51 w2 Holiday excursions via the Pennsylvania lines. That when once Given a trial or. Kings discovery Ever after holds a place Inefficacy of Hostetter a stomach bitters the House. If you have never used it j amusements varied information As and should be afflicted with a cough a excursion tickets will be sold at reduced rates at All ticket stations of the Pennsylvania lines West of Pittsburgh on december 24th, 25th and 31st, 1890, and january 1st, 1891. Tickets will be Good returning until january 5th. Cattle Choice ?4 60 to 4.75. Other grades $2.60 to 3.50. Hogs heavy $8.60 to 3.70. Light $3.40 to 3.50. Sheep Choice $5.10 to 5.35. Other grades $2.00 to 4.50. Closing tone of the Market last week fair on cattle Dull on hogs Strong on sheep. The Supply of cattle was not overdone but of hogs the Market a glutted and consequently Dull. Sheep Market shows some signs of improve ment. The London time says and All lawyers know it to be True that the More than half a billion dollars of unc de fortunes in England Ireland Scotland and Wales belong to people in America whose forefathers emigrated from the old country. There Are also Large fortunes of the same class m Germany and other european countries. We have gained a number of such claims and have several in hands now which we expect to gain. If your ancestors came from across the sea write us All you know about it and enclose 25 cents for a reply. We charge nothing for investigating and if you have a Good claim we will attend to it on very reasonable terms. E. Ross european claims Agency 51 w8 59 Pearl St., new York . Holiday Bazaar. A new departure. The a Bon ton a cab line a ten cents. Cold or any Throat lung or Chest trouble secure a bottle at once and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time or Money ref tided. Trial bottles free at f. Miller amp songs drug store. Trono Mical calculations and chronology ical items &c., which can be depended on for correctness. The almanac for 1891 can be obtained free of costs from druggists and general country dealers in All parts of the country. For and Small tracts on Dover Road. Cheap lots on easy terms. Dwellings farms Etc. F. S. Romig. Office in Mccrane Block. 46tf believing that our City has grown sufficiently to support a genteel conveyance for carrying passengers from on Point of the City to another i have placed at the command of the Public a first class cab with an experienced City j Driver. Fare one Way to any Point in the City or to Blakes Mills ten cents i if out of town fare proportioned a j cording to distance. Look for cat. J on Public Square or Call Telephone no. 50. The cab will run All Day and in j til 10 of clock at night and later when requested. We expect to make a spec Salty of taking ladies when they want to go calling and to fill a Long Felt want with a Nice conveyance. 50w8 Benson l. . F. Millar amp son should be visited before the holidays by All persons wishing to make a present of anything handsome and useful. We invite attention to our handsome pictorial parallel bibles with or without clasp ladies writing desks booklets for artists studies juvenile books miscellaneous books family edition of poets Tine perfumes dissected maps for children pocket books elegant stationery for ladies and gents Fine Linen writing paper in Tablet form Beautiful albums Etc., we have a special line displayed for the Holiday Trade at very reasonable prices. Done to forget to Call and see our goods. F. 0. Miller amp son Corner Public Square. 51 w2 the fir to step. We the highest Market Price for hides and poultry of All pm is. Onaney amp sox. East High St., new pm. A u Lna. 40w8 perhaps you Are run Down can to eat can to think can to do anything to your satisfaction and you wonder what ails you. You should heed the warning you Are taking the first step into nervous prostration. You need a nerve tonic and in electric bitters you will find the exact remedy for restoring your nervous system to its Normal healthy condition. Surprising results follow the use of this great nerve tonic and alterative. Your appetite returns Good digestion is restored and the liver and kidneys resume healthy action. Try a bottle. Price 50c., at f. Mil Ler amp songs drug store

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