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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - February 6, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times publish every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing 01 every description done on Short notice. Your payor solicited. The Quot times advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y or. One Inch. S 1 00�?T s 2 on $3 00 $ 5 00 three inches. 2 00 0 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 09 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 february 6, 1890. Number 6. Cleveland and Marietta rail Way. In effect Juke 16, 1889. Hew Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor going North. Stations. Going South. No. 4 no. 2 no. 1 no. 3. 1040am 2o0aji .i.vparks�?Tbg. 1100 100 114u 250 Marietta. 1000 1201 1212 052 Caywood. 931 014am 1218 058 Stanley. 925 038 1233 71 i Whipple. 910 i 023 1243 7z5 Warner. 900 013 1257 740 Elba. 840 559 104 747 Macks Burin. 839 552 111 754 Dexter City. 832 545 115 759 South Olive. 828 549 121 805 Dudley. 822 533 130 815 Aid Well. 815 526 140 825 Belle Valley. 802 510 149 834 Ava. 752 500 155 840 Glenwood. 74s 500 201 840 it pleasant. 740 454 213 80s Byersville. 720 441 232 918 Cambridge. 709 425 238 921 .oldham�?Ts.i. 059 415 245 931 Millers. 052 4 18 27 5 941 Kimbolton. 012 .�?Ti>8 300 910 Guernsey. 637 353 307 953 Post boy. 68< it 316 317 1003 Neom town. 020 337 327 1010 Woilus. 711 327 339 1923 Lii Lisburg. 090 315 3-44 102 Black land. 655 3u9 303 350 105 Turners. 1 559 4 a 1045 cat Al Dover. 519 253 422 11 it 7 a r Val june. 230 1055 pm 03 it i to Edo. 745 1>i 945 1-1 Canton. I 128 1015 1 110 Akron. I 1230 225 Cleveland. I la a Buffalo. 540 through Cut aches i trains nos. 2 and 3, be thursday feb Flaky a 1890. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,n0o Jos the new Philadelphia times will be pub sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in .00 if not paid within three mods 1.50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. Or address All matter intended for publication. To the times. An inti Stit i to of k citizens. Tween Marie to Canton. Akron Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with 1 w a 15 a c a a and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with 15 a 0, East and West at Newt Gtna i town with 1�?T. C a St l East and West at Dover with c l a w and c and 1, North and East at Valley Junction with v a l e and Valley it a. U k Richards Gene a pass a t a. T. Witkopf Gen manager. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. R. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect May 12, 18s9. Going East. The weeks doings. The times Only one Dollar a year. Monday was As warm As a May Day. Personal mention. Mrs. Ii. A. Aspens Cluied is seriously ill with influenza. I sta1 ions. 9 . Express local. Leave new Philadelphia 6 25 . 2 00 . 1 00 canal Dover. 0 45 a a 2 10 a a 139 a a Zoar. 7 15 a a 2 25 a a 2 00 a a Mineral Point. 7 30 2 31 a a 2 31 a a Magnolia. Son a a 2 40 a a 2 59 a a Waynesburg. 3 log a 2 51 a a 3 07 a a Malvern. 3 35 a a 3 01 a a 3 25 a a Oneida. 8 45 a a 3 00 a a 3 32 a Minerva. 9 00 a a 315 a a 3 45 a a arrive Bayard. 9 20 3 25 a a 3 55 a a Alliance. 10 05 a a 1 4 2 a a Cleveland. 112 50 . 6 35 a a Wellsville. 1215 a a 1 4 59 a a Bellaire. 4 59 a a 8 05 a a Pittsburgh. 2 25 a a 1 j 7 00 a a going West. Stations. Mail. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. 0 10 . 12 45 . Bellaire. 4 40 10 10 Wellsville. 8 1 2 40cleveland. 3 00 1 05 Alliance. 10 25 3 10 Bayard. 10 55 4 15 7 to Minerva. I 03 4 25 7 25 Oneida. 11 12 4 36 7 55 Malvern. 11 17 4 43 8 35 Waynesburg. 11 28 5 00 8 55 Magnolia. In 33 5 07 9 20 Mineral Point. 11 47 5 27 9 55 /.oar. 11 53 5 35 10 10 canal Dover. 12 10 p 111 6 00 10 40 arrive new Philadelphia 12 20 j 6 15 11 00 in the past month the new Philadel phia pipe works has been discharging employees who Are permanent citizens of our town without a moments warning and replacing them with foreign coloured labourers. Many of our citizens appeared in the morning As usual for duty and found their place filled with a foreigner Anil not the slightest explanation or reason Given. We do not know that the new labourers Are hired sit cheaper wages but if they Are our Home men should have the option of accepting the reduced wages. We have no fault to find with these men who come m seeking employment for they were sent for but we do claim our citizens should have the preference All things being equal. And Why first because we have men equally As Well skilled in Titis class of labor and plenty of them who have families to keep and want work. And secondly the town gave �10,000 and ten acres of land to tins Plant for the purpose of giving increased employment to our citizens and it is an insult to the citizens of the town to be thus treated. On last some of the men had their wages Cut Down for the time they were then drawing for without notice. It was a Back action Cut in wages which is unjust and unlawful. This company has a right to Cut wages if it sees fit after giving notice. Under this new regime although the works Are running full handed is but Little better to our citizens than if it was in the hands of some of its predecessors. About thirty foreign coloured labourers now displace probably As Many residents of our town. Considerable feeling now exists toward these coloured labourers but they were not to blame for they were sent for. It is the company that has ignored the new Philadelphia citizens. Rev. Cook offers a Good Milch cow for Sale. Mrs. alter of Iowa is visiting friends Here. They say a a a tis sad to feel a la Gripp a but we done to know. The Board of commissioners Are in monthly session this week. Sheriff e. I. Sawyer of Cleveland is to be the next Warden of the Ohio Penitentiary. Now is your time to buy baby cabs. Any Price you want. From $5 to �25. Ow�?~2 a. Gintz amp co. Robert Smith the grocer of Uhrichsville is a wide awake businessman. See his and. Of the Quot Cyclone store in another column. A correspondence from upper Stone Creek is omitted because our compositors could not deck her it without too much time being spent. Secretary Tracy is yet alive and will doubtless survive. The wife and daughter lived but a few moments after the Rescue from the fire. There will be an auction Sale of Fine draft and Carriage horses at Goudy a livery barn tuesday february 11th, at 10 of clock a. M. Married at the residence of Adam g. Regula january 23, 1890, Francis s. Kohler and Mary e. Keffer. The a Squire tied the knot. The ladies of the lutheran Church Are making preparations to give their annual dinner and supper on Washington a birthday feb. 22nd. Court resumed its duties on monday with the jury also in attendance. Civil cases Are assigned until the 17th, after which the criminal cases will follow. Mastered. Barnhill is housed up with the Sherman Marks of Toledo spent sunday with or. Knisely. Or. J. A. Spence of Richmond ind., Sun Dayed with his folks Here. Or. And mrs. E. L. Arnold of Massillon Sun Dayed with father of Donnell. From port . From Rush. Miss Belle Croxton of canal Dover is visiting m new Philadelphia this week. Mrs. J. Ii. Dowling of Cleveland is Home on a visit to her parents in this City. _ George Taylor is Down from Cleveland visiting ins new Philadelphia friends. _ or. David Norman of Newcomerstown is in attendance at court As a jury Man. Miss Mildred Mccreary of Newcomerstown is visiting her sister miss Ella this week. Miss Mary Dover of Newcomerstown is the guest of or. And mrs. J. A. Richards. Or. We. Ward a Young attorney of Niles is visiting his brother James in this Cut to. _ misses Ila tie Iline and Cora Schweitzer returned from Cleveland saturday miss Crockson of Philadelphia pa., is visiting the family of judge Barnhill this week. _ or. Edward Rosemond and or. F. C. Miller Are on the sick list and confined to their rooms. All trains an run Aily except sunday. Passengers for the est connect at Alliance with trains on the a great fort Wayne route running Pullman Palace sleeping Lars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables Raes of fare etc., apply to j. F. , agent. New Philadelphia. Ohio. James met Rea e. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Fas. Age to Pittsburgh a. In Valley railway. Err it december 2, 188s. Going so a n. Tons. Going North. No. 3. No. 11 Loam 4 lip 1202pm1 5 12 30 i 5 37 1 28 6 23 2 15 7 25 i Lvii Vela id a Fen insula. i i n ton. Or in la a Jet la no. 4. No. 6. 9 21ain 2. I pm 9 05 1 42 8 55 1 15 7 55 112 15 7 05 ill 30 am business directory. Prances rom 10, attorney at Law and notary Public office n the me Lane Block new Philadelphia Ohio. D r. M. Vail dentist. New Philadelphia Ohio. Messes. George Spence Lewis just and Jos. Price of Pike run were in town on monday on business. Mrs. M. V. Ream returned Home saturday night after six weeks visit with her daughter in Pittsburg. Centre 151c Over citizens National Bank office 41yl John w. Nix in m. D., physician and surgeon. Office on pout i Broadway in the building formerly occupied by or. Tinker Tolyl j01in s. Graham and notary Public. New Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House on North Broadway. 47yl j ii. Booth attorney at Law. Notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl g Amu Al Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas. Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second floor. 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 guaranteed to give perfect sat Saf action or Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by f. C Miller amp son. 6y2 patents. H. 6. Amp a. Lacey procure patents in the u. S., Canada and Europe 20 years experience. Preliminary examinations As to patentability of inventions free. No attorney fees in Advance for obtaining u. Patents. Full instructions in patents terms etc., sent Felt a. Address it. 8 a a. Lacey Patent att is Washington d. C. Feb. 2, 8yl children cry for pitchers Castoria. When baby was sick we gave her Castoria. When she was a child she cried for Castoria when she became Bliss. She Clung to Castoria when she had children she gave them Castoria. Edward Mccoy aged 20, and Martin Kornburger. Aged 21, both residents of Dennison Ohio who were indicted for burglary and larceny at the present term of court were arraigned in common pleas court monday and plead guilty. They were represented by messes. 1 Richards and Mccullough As counsel who appeals d to the court for a mild sentence on account of their youth and it being their first offence. They were charged Vith breaking and entering a store m dem son and taking jewelry and clothing. They were Well appearing Young Fellows and evidently touched the sympathetic chord in the breast of the court As they received the very mild sentence of one year. Or. William i lines who was also represented by the above named counsel plead guilty to the charge of cutting and stabbing with inti it to wound. He is a Young Man of rather proposes Sig appearance aged 22 years. His crime grew out of a Drunken Row. He also received the extremely Short sentence of one year in the Penitentiary. Last week the newspaper packages for port Washington were All broken open by the mail sacks being East from the train at that Point while it was running at full Speed mutilating the mails badly. The postmaster says it is a common occurrence there and that it is the fault of the Railroad company. We take special pains in putting up that package by cording it on account of the mail train not stopping there. We can to help the condition of the postmaster at that place reported the Case to the postmaster general and we Hope he will Call the company Down to cent delivery of the mail. There Are also other Points where the same thing is done which certainly ought not to be. The republicans in Congress succeeded m getting a very plastic and unscrupulous speaker in tie person of Reed. Former rules of the House and the Constitution Are wholly ignored in that body by the present speaker. The unseating of Jackson Democrat from West Virginia without trial or investigation after even ruling out the depositions taken in support of his claim to the seat is one of the most High handed and rebellious acts since the Days of secession. He is a a Pontius pilates and unfit to represent a Republican government. While in Uhrichsville on saturday last we noticed that or. Jaicob Rummer the popular dry goods merchant had moved into his new rooms on water Street. Pure and Rich possessing All the nutritious properties of malt. Chases Barley malt whiskey is a perfect tonic for building up the system. A. Bippus a son sole agents for new Philadelphia. Gw4 for Sale or trade�?160 acres of Good land in Holt county Nebraska. Would Trade for property in or near new Philadelphia. Title perfect. Call on the editor of the times. Of or. Adalbert henders Liot was employed As teacher last week to fill the place made vacant by the resignation of miss Cora Ashbaugh. Or. Hender shot is a Brilliant Young Man and will no doubt prove a Good instructor. A series of meetings will be held in the presbyterian Church this week beginning wednesday evening and Eon tinting until Friday evening. The sacrament of the lords supper will be administered next Sabbath morning. New Cash store. Or. William Brandt and wife of Cleveland were the guests of Theodore Zellner and wife Over sunday. Or. And mr3. Andrew Patrick have returned from a visit of several weeks with their sons at Topeka Kansas. W. A. Mizer of Bakersville was in town a few Days last week. Or. F. G. Helms went to new Philadelphia to Day monday on business. County auditor Jno. W. Kinsey made a business trip to port last Friday. J s. Moore esq., editor and proprietor of the times registered at the Price House last Friday. Was Down on business. Frank Ludwig who has been working in the bakery with messes. Hinkle and Coley of new Philadelphia is at Home for a few Days with the grip. George Riley wife and child Are visiting with the family of her parents or. And mrs. Kutcher of near Wolf a station. Prof. J. Beck of the county seat formerly superintendent of our Union schools spent several Days of last week with friends in port Charles Riley night operator at pent Wyn is at Home for a few Days. Chas. Is complimented upon being Quot one of the sleekest on the Quot the Confederate spy will be produced in Union Vilall next saturday night for the Benefit of the Good templars Lodge and not for the i. F. Lodge As was stated in my correspondence last week. As this would make a difference with some people in regard to patronizing it 1 cheerfully make the correction. The error however was made on the part of the Type Seiter. Mrs. Catharine Sperling an aged lady living All alone fell to the floor in her room last saturday night while getting ready far bed. Having sprained her Back she was unable to get up and Lay there in her night clothes for an hour and one half when her daughter mrs. C. Wiand called to see her and found her in that condition. Mrs. Sperling should never be left alone As she is becoming too feeble to take care of herself this being the second time she ha3 been found in a helpless condition. A. H. Demuth met with a serious Accident last wednesday while helping to haul saw logs at Brownings Ford about five Miles in the country. He was standing on the Side of a Bank with a hand Pike to keep a log from rolling Down while the horse would draw it a knot in the log catching the bar threw or. Demuth Down under the log which by the time the horses were stopped had been drawn partially Over his body. Had the horses gone one step farther the log would have crushed his head killing him instantly. He is now in care of or. Helms and will soon be Able to be around again. A. Ril fool. Thomas i. Edwards sr., and Jacob w. Edwards were arrested and brought before t. B. Rankin j. Pm a Tor enticing minors to play cards for Money. They waived examination and were bound Over to the court of common pleas. The first named is the Leader of a gang of gamblers that has infested this neighbourhood for Twenty years but has thus far always wiggled out of the arms of the Law. An outraged Community Lias however called a sudden halt. The practice of inducing our youths to become gamblers and thus pave the Way for still greater crimes must be stopped and Well it ought. Our Friend Charles Drumm is at this writing very Low with a stroke of paralysis. Sickness to an unusual extent pervades in this locality whether it be the influenza or what i am unable to say. That old democratic War horse Stephen m. Johnson is just getting Over a very severe attack of the first named disease As is also Jonas Milliken. And it came to pass that St. John Rose out into the stable and to and behold he became angry and full of Wrath at one of his beloved sons and in his Wrath he picked up an instrument As is used to Curry horses and mules and cattle to smite him on the neck. But i say unto you the righteous will prevail and it Only reached the Knuckles and it reacted and the blood flew and so did St. John. Verily verily i say unto you he who makes Long prayers and loved not his son and his neighbor his religion is vain. Or. Samuel lines a Veteran of two wars is very Low with the prevailing disease. Revival meeting at Kennedy a Church commences next thursday february 5, Rev. Williams in charge. C. R. Inc. Real estate transfers. Compiled in the office of the recorder of deeds of interest to All. The harmless Alligator. Miscellaneous items. From dutch hollow. Or. Barclay attorney of Harrison county has located in . He has chosen a Good Point among pleasant or. George Griffith and wife returned Home from Niles tuesday where they have been visiting since the shut Down of the Mill. Or. Levi Crooks returned tuesday night from a ten Days visit with his daughter Emma at Dunkirk n. Y. Lie is on duty again in the express office. Or. W. C. Browne president of the City Bank has been seriously ill of the la Gripp but is some better now with prospects of final recovery. Kansas Farmers Alliance their platform opposes National Banks anti demands Oiler reforms. The undersigned has bought or. Stoody a store and intends to continue the grocery business in All its branches. He extends a cordial invitation to All to inspect his goods and hear being a stranger in town lie is obliged to sell for Cash orders or on Trade Only lie Hopes to please All customers by close attention to business and keeping first class goods Only. Harky Cramer. Modern mechanical contrivances have obviated a time honoured custom that was dear to the hearts of the Young men and women of thirty years ago. The old fashioned raising was a time to which the people Young and old looked Forward with As pent up expectation As for a fourth of july Celebration. At 9 of clock in the morning men boys girls and women folks seemed to pop out of the Woods that surrounded the Clearing where the barn was to be raised. The greetings were warm and Hearty and the shy glances of the youngsters betokened that the timid element in the human make up was As great then As now. All hands to work the Leader Quot he to heed himself hoarse. The Frame was up by noon and after dinner the fun began. A ring was formed into which two of the Stalwart youths were pushed for a wrestle. The struggle for supreme by was fierce yet Friendly and the Victor was Given time to get his breath when another w As pushed in and another until the last Victor was declared after the wrestling came jumping both High and Long. Some of the old boys declare that a distance of is feet wi8 easily spanned by the Hardy youths of that Day. Thus Boomers Are ready to move into the new territory opened for settlers in South Dakota known As the Sioux reservation. The proclamation has not yet been Given by the government authorities. The Rush will be equal to the Oklahoma one. The Boomers Are camped outside the reservation and have even gone so far As to organize games sports feats of strength and Dar counties among themselves and elected my were indulged in led on by the mag their officers and for some counties two a tic influence of the eyes of the rustic sets of officers. A period of strife and j Maidens until darkness closed in on the Contention will follow. Revellers. After supper lamps and Lan i terns were Hung in the barn the coun Topeka ks., feb. 1. At a meeting of the executive committee of the Kansas Farmers Alliance and state Grange held for the purpose of founding a basis of Union for the two organizations a platform was adopted which says Quot we demand that no class of securities shall be substituted for government Bonds As a basis of Security for National Bank notes for the purpose of perpetuating the National Bank system that no More National Banks shall be chartered and no Char tors now in existence shall be renewed that Legal tender Treasury notes be issued by the government in lieu of National Bank notes when such National Bank notes shall be retired that the volume shall be increased sufficiently to meet the demands of the business interests of the country and that they be made a full Legal tender for All debts both Public and private we demand the free and unlimited comage of Silver or the Issue of Silver certify seats against the unlimited Deposit of Bullion which certificates shall be a Legal tender for All debts both Public and private we de Mand that Congress shall pass such Law As shall effectually prevent the dealing in futures in agricultural and median real productions we demand the Sage of Laws prohibiting alien owner ship of land and that Congress take Early Steps to devise some plan to obtain All lands now owned by aliens and foreign syndicates and that All lands now held by Railroad and other corporations in excess of such As Are actually used and needed by them be reclaimed by the government and held for actual from 15lack Rand. Along Stone Creek Valley like every where else there is plenty of mud and roads almost impassable so that people ii general cannot make the necessary rips to Mill and town conveniently. The Ore Hills in our neighbourhood Are in Lively operation and the Tram Road roves a great Blessing to Transfer Ore to the Dock while the mud is so deep while the Ore Hills without a Tram Road ire compelled to kill the poor horses in the mud with Small loads even Ora ban Lon the mines to future time. The Quot la gripped or influenza reigns supreme among old As Well As the Young folks and brings with it Nauy other consequent ills such As Catarrh and lung trouble. We Are sorry to say we have a Man living on this Creek who has lived for everal years in open violation of gods command Viz Quot remember the Sabbath Day to keep it holy and Quot shall do no labor a a. Last Sabbath he butchered two hogs for Market and on monday brought them to new Philadelphia to apply his customers. This work could have been done on saturday As Well but he thought it a sufficient excuse to desecrate that Day to satiate his avaricious Ness to the annoyance of his neighbors. He also has gathered apples on the Sabbath Day and in fact during the whole year he lives in open violation of gods command As Well As in violation of the statute. If there is not a Stop put to this work the matter will be brought before the grand jury. One Wiio knows. Rain and mud seems to be the ruling weather this Winter. There is a great Deal of sickness in our Community at present As the la Grippe has got in our midst greatly diminishing our school which is under the efficient management of Charles Gray from the Camp ground District beyond Gilmore. He is Young in experience but seems to be a quiet and energetic Young Man and we wish him a successful term of school. Or. Frederick Miller and son Peter Are Clearing a piece of ground on their new farm in the hollow this Winter. Or. John c. Wolf we understand has accepted a position in a store at Pittsburg a. Success to you John is the wish of your Many friends. Or. Abraham Cappel of near Gilmore Rode to port Washington to Church sunday january 26th. Lie was taken sick suddenly and was carried to George Ludwig a. He became unconscious in a Short time and died monday morning about 7 of clock and was taken by the undertaker to his Home a Corpse in loss than thirty six hours from the time he left Home As Well As usual. His remains were interred in the port Washington cemetery january 29th. A great Many friends and relatives mourn his loss As he was a Man Well respected by All who knew him. He leaves a wife Anil nine children. Or. Cappel was 64 years of age. Or. Jacob Miller is making preparation for the erection of a new stable on his part of his fathers land. Or. R. E. Palmer sent a Box of goods to his son William who is in Kansas this week. You can readily guess Why it was sent. Will has concluded that it is better for a Man not to be alone. Fritz w. Can talk. Philip Lanning to j ii Lanning 28 acres Perry $3,000. Fred Biteler to d a Boyd lot 10, n. $290. C e Mitchner to f w and Minnie f Custer part of lot 294, $1,500. John Voelm to s f Snyder 2j acres Sandy township $3,600. Melissa Wurtsbaugh to John t Duff 40 acres Oxford $4,500. Elizabeth Haas to Nicoli Peterman part of lot 11, Strasburg $375. Geo Betscher to s ii Lle wig lots 24 and 25, Dover $400. Fred Wentz to b w Hamer lot 5,Dover, $250 Susan m Helwig to g w Schilling lots 24 and 25, Dover $400. Nicoli Weins to we ii Weins lot 358, Dover $1,500. J s Mccurdy to c v Mcclusky lot 15, Dennison $462.50. Ii g Riker to John Stevenson 4 8-100 acres Goshen $688. Catharine i Iowa to Caroline Geckler 2 acres Goshen $850. John Deis to Benedict Bieri 15s 2-100 acres Sugarcreek $1,000. We Sharp it Al to Peter Eichel part of 202, n. P., $750. Fred Graff to Caroline Howe 2 acres Goshen $750. Alfred Davis to Kate s Sawyer lot 154, Mineral City $1,300. Leonard Vincent to w c Hatch lot 4, Dennison $1,000. Eckfeld amp Johnson to Henry Hoover lot 17, Dennison $500. Maurice Moody to c v Mccluskey lot 21, Dennison si75. Robert h Mccreary to Margaret Shoemaker part of lots 37 and 39, Newcomerstown $550. W w Porter to s l Morris lots 28 and 29, Uhrichsville $165. Levi Albaugh to s l Morris lots 5 and 36, Uhrichsville $120. S l Morris to Amanda m Todd part of lot 30, Uhrichsville $300. S l Morris to Amanda m Todd lot 39, Uhrichsville $650. A the leading ladies Homo an that attends strictly to his business of eating and drinking. This animal is a saurian and flourishes in the water near a Range Groves. It is considerably larger in length than it is the other Way and travels on land and in the water by Means of four Short logs conveniently placed on the under part of its body. It is All Tail from its rear legs rearward and All Mouth from its fore legs Forward the rest of the animal simply serves to hold its head and Tail together. The head and Tail of the Alligator Are the Best parts of him to lot alone. Its head is constructed with a View to barely cover the Largo Mouth that goes with it and is considerably distorted when the Mouth is open. The alligators month is harmless when it is open it is when it shuts that Tho danger occurs and safety lies in being somewhere Olse when that happens. The Tail of Tho beast is capable of a horizontal agitation Only and it is highly dangerous to be within i it Roach when it is agitated. Aside from its usefulness As Check on the increase of the coloured population in the South the Alligator is useful in furnishing leather for Alligator shoes and travelling bags and sport for Northern tourists though the tourist does not always have All Tho sport Tho Alligator has his inning once in a while and when it does Thero is a trunk id a pair of boots sent North without a tourist. The Alligator is a quiet orderly an Imal that tends strictly to its business of eating and sleeping it would be a Good substitute for a pug dog As a ladies boudoir . R. Collins in Texas sittings. Modern languages. Fearful mine Gas. From Gilmore. Remarkable Rescue. Wanted. Secretary Tracy a wife and daughter try fiddler tuned up his violin the salesmen to introduce and sell our Fine Stock in their own write for our special terms to salesmen during the present season. Exclusive territory granted. Salary and expenses paid to Good men. Address at once Selover amp Atwood nurserymen Geneva new York. Oct. 3, 5m were burned to death on monday morning at Washington. The Secretary was youths got partners the music struck up and the fun began. Story boots and probate court. Not us is hereby Given that Cyrus hum Tell late guardian of Blanche Plum Neil has filed in t lie office of the judge of the probate court within and for the county of Tuscarawas and state of Ohio an amended final account with vouchers of guardianship for settlement and that the same will be for hearing on saturday february t a 139. J. W. Yeagley probate judge. Jan. 16th, 1390. 3w4. Badly burned. The building caught fire awkward shoes beat imperfect time to in the lower Story and when discovered an imperfect tune while the Uncertain All Means of escape except through the j Glare of the lanterns disclosed in the windows of the second Story were Cut background Broad rimmed hats huge off. Secretary Tracy May recover. Smiles trimmed with Large wads of old the servant girl was also burned to Vrginia. 1 hat was a scene that is death. The dwelling was a very Fine 1 gone forever. It faded before the Light one and Cost 880,009. Of civilization like darkness before the Sun yet in the lives of the boys and girls of thirty years ago it played a prominent part and Only lives As a thing of fond remembrance. Soon the hearts that beat at the old fashioned will cease to beat the once powerful now tottering frames will be Laid beneath the Sod and the Joy of Days gone by will be forgotten forever. Sex. Mrs. Michael curtain Plainfield 111., makes the statement that she caught cold which settled on her lungs she was treated for a month by her family physician but grew worse. Lie told her she was a hopeless victim of consumption raid that no Medicine could cure her. Her druggist suggested or. Kings new discovery for consumption she bought a bottle and to her Delight found herself Benefit Ted from first dose. She continued its use and after taking ten bottles found herself sound and Well now does her own housework and is As Well As she Ever was. Free trial bottles of this great discovery at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store Large bottles 50 cents and $1.00. Having seen no items from this place for some time in your paper i will again attempt to write a few and Hope you will find room for them in your valuable paper. The people in this neighbourhood Are nearly All recovering from the lag ppe though some arc yet very stupid. The schools of this Community Are All progressing very rapidly. The Central High school has about Twenty five students. They Are making grand Progress. This correspondent furnishes an obituary of or. Abraham Capple. Having previously received an account of or. Cappels sudden death which will be found in the items from dutch hollow we Are obliged to omit it resolutions of respect. A brakeman by the name of Whiting was killed at Newcomerstown tuesday last while erupting cars. The cars were loaded with steel rails Whie projected Over the end of the cars far enough to catch his head when the cars bumped together. His head was crushed and he died in a few minutes. At a regular communication of port Washington Lodge no. 202, f. Amp a. -m., held in their Hall at port Washington Ohio Jan. 31, 5&Quot-90, the following resolutions of respect were adopted resolved whereas As it hath pleased the grand master of the universe to remove from our midst our esteemed brother l. A. Cornet therefore it is resolved that by his death the fraternity hath lost a devoted member and the Community one of its most respected citizens. Resolved hat a copy of the above be sent the family of the deceased and published in the new Philadelphia times. F. G. Helms j. L. 8iia\r, l. J. Decker. Houses for suit. Lion. E. R. Benfer has introduced in the House a very worthy Bill to prevent deception in Dairy products. It should have the Hearty support of every member. We give below a full copy of the Bill Xiv Bill to prevent deception in the Sale of Dairy products and to preserve the Public health. Section 1. Be it enacted by the general Assembly of the state of Ohio that 110 person by himself or his agent or his servant shall Render or manufacture for Sale out of any animal or vegetable oils not produced from unadulterated milk or Cream from the same any article in imitation or semblance of natural butter or cheese produced from pure unadulterated milk or Cream from the same nor compound with or add to milk Cream or butter any acids or other deleterious substance or animal fats or animal or vegetable oils not produced from milk or Cream so As to produce article or substance or any human food in imitation or semblance of natural butter or cheese nor shall sell keep for Sale or offer for Sale any article substance or compound made manufactured or produced in violation of the provisions of this Section whether such article substance or compound shall be made or produced in this state or elsewhere. Section 2. For the purpose of this act the terms Quot natural butter and cheese a Quot natural butter or cheese from pure unadulterated milk or Cream from the same butter and cheese made from unadulterated milk or Cream butter or cheese the product of of the Dairy a and butter and cheese shall be understood to mean the products usually known by the terms butter and cheese and which Are manufactured exclusively from milk or Cream or both with Salt and rennet. It is further provided that nothing in this act shall be construed to prohibit the manufacture or Sale of Ole Margarine in a separate and distinct form and in such manner As will advise the Onsum of its real character. Section 3. Whoever violates the provisions of this act shall be guilty of a Misdemeanour and be punished by a Fine of not less than one Hundred dollars nor More than five Hundred dollars or not less than six months or More than one years imprisonment for the surely no other recommendation than the following list of contributors is necessary to convince our readers that in Home papers the housekeeper published Semi monthly at mine Apolis Minnesota is by All Odds the Best Quot notes on housekeeping a for the no vember number is made up of sketches by mrs. President Harrison mrs. Sex governor Martin mrs. Senator Ingalls mrs. Senator Morgan, Bate mrs. John Sherman mrs. J. Richardson and mrs. Snider. Quot our current comment a devoted to the scientific social news and artistic topics of the Day is filled with matter unsurpassed by Century Scribner a or harpers Emily Huntington Miller expresses in an Able article her views on woman wage workers. Canadian readers will be particularly interested in judge Mahoneyq a notes on annexation professor Bradley on compulsory education says Quot efforts should he made by teachers the Public press and All friends of intelligence and Good citizenship to retain pupils in school until they can be really educated and that a Law to enforce attendance should be passed without a not less interesting article is a a Field for Rich women a by Frances a. Shaw. The writer in speaking of tiie Many charitable institutions founded and carried on by mrs. Quincy a. Shaw of Boston uses this Beautiful sentiment if All endowed with wealth used the gifts of Fortune As wisely As she the problems now agitating society and threatening to undermine our social system would he easily solved the great Gulf Between the Rieli and poor would be narrower and in place of the present Ranfors and jealousies a feeling of Mutual respect and Good will would the publishers inform us that a Large Supply of similar matter has been arranged for and that the housekeeper will be better than Ever before. The december loth number will be one Quarter larger. If you Are not a subscriber Send ten cents to the publishers and mention our paper and receive the housekeeper for 3 months 6 numbers As a trial regular Price $1.00 per year. Wollke Sharile pa., feb. 1. A fall of Rock took place in the Nottingham Shaft of the Lehigh amp Wilkes Barre Coal company in no. 5 plane this morning which drove the accumulated ga3 into the gangways where ten men had been at work with naked lamps and an explosion soon followed. All the men were More or less seriously burned on the face hands and body. Peter Heim was Cut upon the head and his hands and face were badly burned. John Crossin with his mule was buried beneath the falling Rock. His body has not yet been recovered. William Roberts a Driver boy is also Misiag. John e. Humphreys a Miner died while being removed from the mine. His body was burned to a Crisp. Joseph Dunson tire Boss was burned about the face and hands his injuries Are said to be fatal. Joseph Jones was fatally burned. John p. Thomas was burned on the face and hands. David Fox is seriously burned and his recovery is doubtful. Thomas Lake was slightly Cut on the head. Poor humanity. The common lot is one of sorrow say a at least the pessimists they who look at the worst Side. Certainly what would otherwise be a Bright existence is often shadowed by some ailment that overhangs it like a pail obscuring perpetually the radiance that else would Light the path. Such an ailment and a very common one is nervousness or in other words weakness of the nervous system a condition Only Irre Mediach where inefficient or improper Means Are taken to relieve it. The concurrent experience of nervous people who Havi persistently used Hosteder a stomach bitters is that it conquers entirely us per sensitiveness of the nerves As Well As diseases so called which Are invited and sustained by their chronic weakness. As the nerves gain stamina from the great tonic the trouble disappears. Use the hitters for malaria rheumatism Billiou Ness and kidney troubles. I06w l i Unken ifs in liquor habit. They Are now taught scientifically As parts of scholarship. Effie real change that has come about in the Point of View from which Tho place of Tho modern languages in education is regarded was Well stated by or. Lowell when he said that the modern languages used to be thought a unworthy to be taught at All except a3 a social accomplishment or As a commercial subsidy a whereas they Are now taught thoroughly and scientifically As parts of scholarship to id the existence of the modern language association composed of teachers of them helps to show the new basis upon which the teaching of them has been put. We Are All pretty Well agreed that our respected grandfathers if they were col Lego bred attached too much importance to Tho traditional a a humanities and too Little to any thing outside of them. The restriction was even More marked in this country than in any other because a the Duea Tion of a gentleman was less regarded nobody in this country at least in the Northern states being educated with an exclusive View to follow that Pursuit though Tho education of a gentleman in England for no arly two centuries meant mainly Tho ability to read latin i new England a Collego education that would lit a Man for Tho ministry and this involved Tho Power of re a Ling the script Trees in Tho original tongues and the Standard commentaries upon them which were for Tho most part in latin. At pres ent a knowledge of German would s Ein to to important for a minister unless Hobo Content to take his biblical criticism at second hand from Robertson Smith but its importance has scarcely been recognized by the theological seminaries and even less by the colleges. The English University training has Boon said by a Man who Lias undergone it to fit the receiver of it very Well for the Trade of gentleman and for no other. If Tho sneer Means merely that Liberal education is not Industrial there is not much Point in it. A Man who has been educated to appreciate a the Best that has been thought in the world is much More worthy and capable human being on that account whether the appreciation is directly helpful to him or not in Tho work of getting his living. Perhaps Matthew Arnold a phrase which to have just quoted is As Good a summary definition of culture As could be made. A Century ago it would have been taken to mean that a Man must know greek and latin. Even a generation ago it meant this much More than it moans this now. Lord Bacon s saying of his own essays that a the latin volume of them being in Tho Universal language May last As Long As books last a shows a View of literature that lasted almost to our own time ludicrous As it is when applied to a work that now nearly three centuries Lator is known to All scholars As one of Tho monuments of English prose while Tho version of it in a the Universal language is known Only to a few Antiquaries. This View is now pretty thoroughly exploded. Lord Macaulay a saying that English literature was of far More value in every w a than All Tho literature of Antiquity May to an exaggeration while lord Sherbrooke a ins Stanco upon Tho advantage of being Able a bully a French writer in his own language was greater than that of being Able to read the Iliad and the aeneid in Tho original is obviously perverse. Nevertheless Between two men one of whom was familiar with the literature of France and Germany and the other of Greece and Rome in addition to that of his own language there would not now he much question that the former was the better educated Man nor can there be any real doubt that the literature of Europe since the revival of learning is of More educational value than All that was extant at that epoch. The teacher of Ruo Dorn languages is now Ablo to assert himself As i scholar and not As something like a Lancing re Aster engaged in inculcating x a social accomplishment a or a a commercial it is recognized that his employment has to do with scholarship and that he is As Respecta to it be a figure in the world of letters As if he professed . Y. Times. The weaker vessel. Cliea excursion to California in Pullman tourist sleeping Gars for passengers holding second class tickets to Pacific coast Points which will be run through from Chicago via Omaha j to san Francisco without change at any intermediate Point via the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul and Union Pacific Shore line Only on the following dates for leaving Chicago Viz january 16 and 30, february 13 and 27, March 13 and 27, april 10 and 24, May 8 and 22. The sleeping car fare from Chicago to san Francisco is but $4.00 per berth and the accommodations Are excellent. For further particulars apply to the nearest Coupon ticket agent or address a. V. Ii. Carpenter Gene a pass. Agent Milwaukee wis. 52tf in All the 11 Odd there is but one cure i r. 11 nines Golden specific. It can be Given in a cup of Tea m Coffee without the knowledge of the person taking it effecting a speedy and permanent cure whether the patients a moderate Drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of drunkards have been cured who have taken the Golden specific in their Coffee without their knowledge and to Day believe they quit drinking of their own free will. No harmful effects results from its administration. Cures guaranteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Address in Confidence Golden specific co., 185 race Street Cincinnati 40yi Cincinnati comes to the front again with the most shocking and disgusting crime of the age and which Alom Cincinnati seems capable of doing. At a crematory where those who believe in that Mode of disposing of their dead take their dead friends to he reduced to ashes the superintend pendent in collusion with outside friends take coffins instead of burning them with the body and run an establishment at Low prices to unscrupulous dealers in other towns thus endangering the lives of people by the spread of disease. The whole plan has been unearthed and the coffin that contained or. Schmuck when turned Over to the crematory was found in a coffin shop in Indiana. Of Cincinnati where will your crimes end. L or sol it or Trade. Happy Hoosier. Marriage licenses granted. De. C. Smith and Emma r. Ripley. Henry Justin and Sarah Arnold. Albert Graef and Mary i. Lieser. Just received thirty new baby cabs. Now is your time to buy cheap. 6w2 a. Gintz amp co. A number of desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Enquire at times office. There is no Verdigris or other impurity in chases Barley Mali whisky. It is Rich and nutritious and the Best of whiskies for family and medical purposes. Sold by w. Holland Uhrichs-1 Ville. 5w4 we. Timmons postmaster of Ida Vilie Indiana writes Quot electric bitters has done More Tor me than ail other medicines combined for that bad feeling arising from kidney and liver John Leslie Farmer and Stockman of same place says Quot find electric bitters to be the Best kidney and liver Medicine made me feel like a new j. W. Gardner hardware merchant same town says electric bitters is just the thing Tor a Man who is All run Down and done to care whether a Good dwelling and store room combined and a Stock of general merchandise that would invoice at about �1,000, situated at a Good Point in a Small Village on the c. Amp p. Railroad. Would Trade for dwelling property in new Philadelphia or canal Dover. Reason for Selling the owner wants to educate his children. The stand has a Good Trade. Call on s. Moore agent times office. _ the a a stand up carpet Stretcher a is the most Complete Stretcher Ever offered to the Public. Sold by 52w6 Taylor amp co. Notice. He lives or Dies he found new strength first offence and by imprisonment for j Good appetite and Felt just like he had a new lease on life. Only 50 cents a one year for each subsequent offence. Section 4. This act shall take effect from and alter the first Day of april 1890. For building lots at West end of fair Street new Philadelphia near new school House site very cheap Long time Small Cash payments. John a. Himes at. 42tf bottle at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. For Sale. 30 acres first class Plain and River Bottom land with fair buildings near new Philadelphia and several Small tracts adjoining City. F. Romio 4-w4. Mclean Block. All persons indebted to the late firm of j. Burry amp son will please Call for settlement. 50t� j. Burry amp sox. Philip Gintz breeder of thoroughbred Wyandotte chickens. Eggs for Sale at 50 cents per 13. Address Tuscarawas p. O., Tuscarawas county Own a few canal cd Mark by one of the gentle sex. Man has been likened to Tho sturdy Dak woman to the frail clinging Ivy but however True this comparison May of it is generally conceded that woman is the a weaker the strength ind heroism of Man have been Tho theme of the poet and the historian of ill Ages. Woman from the earliest does has been noted for her tenderhearted weakness and her general Lack of bravery which is conspicuously apparent at the sight of a mouse. Many a prerogative is to Rule and All his sons Ollow in his footsteps woman s to to ruled and her daughters follow meekly after. When the country a Honor is in peril it is the duty of the sturdy Oak to sustain the dignity of the nation and the frail Ivy must wind its tendrils All Tho closer around the sacred altar of Home. When misfortunes with its deadly ago comes and hews at the sturdy Oak Tho fall is certain and the crash with its reverberating echoes is heard throughout the land. The paper announces that or. Jones or or. Smith in order to relieve himself of financial embarrassment purchased a revolver and put a Little Bullet right through his Little brain. Henceforth mrs. Jones or mrs. Smith As the Case be instead of grasping a revolver ignoble grasps Tho scrubbing Brush or the Wash Board and supports the Little children who have so suddenly become fatherless. Of course no credit is due Tho woman for this she simply does it because her mind is so narrow and her strength of character so weak she set of nothing else to do. Were she Only Brave and heroic she might have followed the example of her Diego lord and left their orphans to the charities of the cold world. But alas women will never to heroic. It is a woman a privilege to to patient under All circumstances. 1 done to say that she is but shot ought to be because that her business. The ought to to Able to Rock the Cradle at All hours of the Day and night but As that is Mere foot work the hands meanwhile should be employed in making and mending clothes for the family. While engaged in this pastime the mind of course will be free to plan How to feed a bakery a dozen of hungry Mouths. Still in spite of rocking the Cradle splitting the kindling Wood and a Hundred and one other duties beneath the notice of the Genus Homo the world u coming More and More to appreciate Tho Worth of woman. Why out in a Kansas City there is a woman holding Tho mayors office. In Chicago a woman superintend the Street cleaning and in new Hampshire there is a woman president of a Street railway company. It is really impossible to Tell just what Tho world is coining to. By the time we girls arrive at years of discretion they May want 11s to hold High offices of Trust and emolument. Wont the weaker vessel have a Jolly time in the Good Days coming a Fannie b. Leggett in Troy n. A times. Road carts at Taylor a Complete hardware store. The ground hog failed to show up

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