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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - February 11, 1891, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published Kyett thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicit d. New Philadelphia times the a times Quot advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 yer. $100 $2 00 $3 00 $5 00 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., wednesday february 11, 1891. Number 7. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect nov. 23, 1890. Going East. Stations. new Philadelphia canal Dover. Zoar. Mineral Point. Magnolia. Waynesburg. Malvern. Oneida. Minerva. Arrive Bayard. Alliance. Cleveland. Wellsville. Bellaire. Pittsburgh. I ail express fat 25 . 6 45 a a 715 m 7 30 a a 8 00 a a 8 10 a a 8 35 a a 8 45 a a 9 00 a a 9 �?~30 a a 1015 a a 1250 . 1205 a a 5 05 a a 2 20 a a 2 00 . 210 a a 2 25 a a 2 31 a a 2 46 a a 2 51 3 01 a a 3 min a 315 a a 3 25 a a 4 30 a a 6 35 a a 4 50 8 25 a a 7 00 a a local. 1 00 . 120 a a 45 a a 156 a a 2 17 a a 2 25 a a 3 01 a a 3 to a a 3 40 a a 3,55 a a going West. Stations. Leave Pittsburgh. Bellaire. Wellsville. Cleveland. Alliance. Bayard. Minerva. Oneida. Malvern. Waynesburg. Magnolia. Mineral Point. Zoar. Canal Dover. Arrive new Philadelphia mall. 610 . 4 40 8 15 7 45 10 25 to 50 10 58 11 08 11 13 11 24 11 30 11 44 11 50 12 05 12 15 express local. 12 45 . To <0 2 40 1 15 3 10 4 15 4 25 4 36 4 43 5 x 5 07 5 27 5 15 6 00 6 15 7 10 . 7 25 7 55 8 35j 8 55 9 20 9 55 10 10 10 40 11 00 All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for the West connect at Alliance with trains the a great fort Wayne route running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates fare Etc., apply to j. F. Milan. Agent new Philadelphia . Joseph Wood e. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Pas. A t Pittsburgh and Marietta Ray. In effect dec. 14, 1890. Going South. Sta no. 5. No. 3. No. 1 400pm 1115 am 523 1230pm6l3 127 pm. 100 t30 am. 730 230740 255 5�?T25am t750 306 535 4756 312 540 801 318 t545 814 330 556 824 340 605 t837 350 615 814 357 4623 846 403 62s s.55 413 4637 tool 420 4645 910 42s 650446 711500 725506 4731512 4737522 747532 4803 540 Tell. 547 431653 8236 h 83060s 837619 848 629 868>41 4909 646 4914 705 932 840 230pm Flag stations. Going Nokk. Cleveland. Akron. Cantou. Toledo. La Vajc a canal Dover Turners. Blackband Philipsburg Wolf a. No motown Post boy. Guernsey. Kimbolton. Millers. Oldham a. Cambridge Byersville. It pleasant Glenwood. Ava. Belle Valley Caldwell. Dudley. South Olive Dexter City Macksburg Elba. Warner. Whipple. Stanley. Caywood. Marietta. La Parks by no. 2 no. 4. 236 pm 640pm 117 512 1224 420 625 la cloak 340 1065 316 1042 306 1031 301 1030 4256 1015 t244 1007 237 964 4225 946 4218 939 212 928 202 922 4165 915 148 850 126 886 112 831 4106 825 4100 815 1250 803 1240 754 41234 747 1225 821 12l0 734 1213 726 1206 715 1155 705 1145 653 1133 >48 1128 630 1110 165 740am new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor a and proprietor the weeks doings. Wednesday february 11, 1801. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 4��?othk new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia at the following Kates one year in Advance#1.00 if not paid within three to s 1.50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. #9�?oaddress All matter intended for publication. To the times. Everybody will be pleased to learn that the business menus carnival is an assured Success and you cannot afford to miss seeing it. So . Harrison will veto the free coinage Bill will he Well he could do nothing that would he More beneficial to the democratic party. Victims the hard work and enormous responsibilities the Treasury port Folio Folger Manning Windlin All within eight years. In less than a year from the terrible Tracy tragedy Secretary Windom fell dead. Those who believe that such things always travel in three a Are asking who will be the next victim fifty women in a pottery at Findlay have gone out a strike because the employers will not treat with the men who have been a strike for some time and now the Mill shuts Down. The celebrated . Nicholls Canton who has effected wonderful cures chronic diseases has made arrangements to visit new Philadelphia saturday feb 21st, for one Day Only at the Sherman House and every 4th saturday there after. Consultation free. 2 through coaches tween Marietta trains no. 2 and 3, be Canton Akron Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with W. Amp b., t. Amp Sex. Ry., z. Amp R., and River packets at Cambridge with A East and West at Newcomerstown with . A St l. East and West at canal Dover with L. A. And A p. North and East at Valley Junction with w. A l. E. And Valley by. A. A Kokk. Gen manager. W k Richards Gene a pass age to Pittsburg it. Wayne amp Chicago Railroad condensed time table in effect May 18 trains depart from Alliance As follows Central time going West no. 1. Fast line4 2-30 9. Chicago express. 10-20 11. Mall. T 9-20 3. Mail express. 4-50 going East no. 8. Fast line 3-45 14. Accommodation4 6-30 4. Mail. 1 3-10 i fast express 9-10 i Day express. 410-30 6. Alliance accommodation 2-45 trains leave Alliance for Niles and Youngstown at 5 a a 12-45 a a and 2-30 . Arrive at Alliance from Niles and Youngstown at 9-50 a 4-30 and 8-00 . . 3 has Pullman Palace sleeping cars through to Chicago. For time tables rates fare through tickets and baggage checks and further information regarding the running trains apply to the ticket agent Alliance . Daily. Daily except sunday. Daily except monday. E a. Ford general pass and ticket agent. Joseph Wood manager Pittsburgh a. The p. Amp St. Louis railway. Jan handle route. Schedule taking effect june 15,1890. Going West. Trains depart from the p. U. A St. Louis de Uhrichsville Junction As follows express. 11-05 accommodation to 5-20 express.4 12-15 �-53 will the new Secretary the Treasury be a Gold hug will he he a free coinage Man if . Harrison decides the matter upon his own judgment he is certain to be the former hut if he takes the advice some the longest headed men in his party he will be the latter. But in either event Benjamin Harrison the candidate will lose votes in the next National convention his party and that a what a the matter with a a Benny a at this time. The times office is in Myers Block. Charley Crone was injured at the rolling Mill saturday. Common pleas court adjourned tuesday until next monday. Charley White received severe Ries at the rolling Mill saturday. Muju Points about people. Hugh Mitchell is at Home. Miss Lou Corl is spending a week in Cleveland. De. Schweitzer went to Cleveland hear Stanley. To mrs. Forest Williams stomach trouble. Is quite ill B. Harvey has his room bad cold. Been confined to Hon. James g. Elaine has taken the Advance step ahead his party under the disguise a a reciprocity a and has Given us a taste free Trade in Many articles with the United states Brazil. Or. Blaine is entitled to credit for business relations he has established with that great Republic. A a Bob a what is the difference Between reciprocity and Tariff Reform High Tariff caused the High Walls to be thrown up against us by the foreign countries. Sheriff Goeler and his Deputy Floyd Minnis Are Busy serving subpoenas. Remember the business menus carnival to he Given february 12 amp 13. Farm to rent.�?200 acres 3 Miles from new Philadelphia. Call Knisely. David Whitmer scrap Iron Shearer at the rolling Mill had both his thumbs Cut off Friday. A Beautiful Little girl baby came to live with . And mrs. Powell West Ray Street last thursday evening. Rev. J. A. Cook Steubenville visited our City last wednesday. While Here he sold his dwelling third St., to ii. Minnis for $2,300. If you want the masses to see your advertisement put it in the this brings you Many purchasers. It will be dollars in your pockets. Our paper Mill changed hands last week Baccarat Selling his interest to Alex. Heingartner a brother. The firm will hereafter be known As Heingartner Brothers. Charles nagely has bought the lot mrs. J. Smith adjoining that Geo. Taylor North Broadway and will erect a line dwelling House thereon this Spring. Remember the times office in Myers new Block near the Sherman House a is the place to get your Sale Bills and a free notice in the paper having Over 1,500 circulation. Burglars attempted to break into the grocery store mrs. Fred. Kinsey last thursday night. They succeeded in breaking a pane Glass out the door and was doubtless frightened away by some one. An Accident occurred the L. A w. Road near Strasburg last wednesday by one freight train running into the rear end another. W. Hainan fireman was killed and John Mcconnell severely injured. Sinclair Elliott Columbus is visiting his parents Here. We. Mclean and wife visited Clev Elanders Over sunday. Or. Johnson Massillon was in town Over Sabbath. John Kinsey has moved into Newman a House West Ray St. From Tuscarawas. Slanesville. Or. Sutton returned from a trip to Cleveland saturday evening. Mrs. W. Jackson is slowly recovering after a siege stomach trouble. Henry Bowers attorney goes to Springfield this week Legal business. Or. Morrow Canton City shaking hands with week. Was in our friends this James Spence and family Are moving into Rev. Domers House West Ray Street. _ the new House belonging to Albert Schott begins to have a very inviting appearance. Deputy sheriff e. P. Degreif was at Steubenville sunday last for a Little recreation and rest. Or. Finney Dennison was in town monday turning Over taxes collected by him in Dennison. Mrs. Criswell accompanied by her Little Nephew George Ellis went to Cleveland saturday. James Wilson was arrested and jailed thursday last for stealing forty dollars in a store at Dennison. Mrs. Everhard Mother mrs. Joseph Welty is lying very ill at the Home her daughter West Ray St. It seems a Little queer that those republicans who shout the loudest for a protective Tariff High enough to shut out All the world claiming that Ameri Ica can exist without any commercial dealings with the rest the world Are the very men who oppose an american system finance a the free and unlimited coinage Silver Basing their opposition upon the ground that Ameri Ica cannot have free coinage without consent the great commercial countries Europe. We merely give this As a specimen Republican consistency. Our readers can make their own comments. One would suppose from Reading the comments the Republican press upon the pleasant Exchange courtesies Between governor and senator elect Hill and sex president Cleveland at a recent dinner at new York that the republicans expected these two gentleman to meet a la Fitzsimmons and Dempsey. This is absurd. Cleveland and Hill Are Good friends and Are both Good democrats and we have no hesitation in making the prophecy that when the next National Campaign opens they will both he hard at work for the democratic nominee whether it be one them some other Democrat. Going East. Express express. Accommodation 2-45 11-05 a in 2-40 8-15 a everyday. Central time except sunday. Through coaches from Uhrichsville Junction to Pittsburg , Indianapolis and St. Louis Pullman Palace sleeping cars attached to through trains East and West. For time tables ates fare through tickets and further information regarding the running trains apply to ticket agent Uhrichsville Junction . E. A. Ford Gen. Pas. And ticket agent. Pittsburg a. Joseph Wood Gen. Manager Pittsburg a. H a he Hir w a a a he <1 it w k h 00 w k e k w it b a s b h r p. 4 01 6 to co a a 7. A a i e e i to 30 a 1 a 23 c5 Ooi Echo a x a e a Tessa 4 c Vrh <4 g be Oil to a oat 525 the h it h 0q a it. A a sol 5s a a a a u a �<0 it it a a u t-3 a s h a a p3 c in Ca a x g a ��333 to too Oost 53 a p. Tooalo a a a is a 73 it a a 53 Tea a. a 53 w to it it w Sce to a a cd v a a a it i a a a u a Ogu a a yes Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises bores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and a skin eruptions and positively cures piles no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat faction Money refunded. Prole 25 cents per Box. For Sale by f. 0 Miller a son 6y2 it looks As though it would be left for the democratic House to find out which congressmen speculated in Silver while last years Silver Hill was pending. The committee the present House does no to seem inclined to try very hard in fact several its Republican members have practically admitted being sorry for having found out about senator Cameron a speculation and they never would have discovered that if senator Vest had not voluntarily testified to the facts. Did any the members this committee get a share the a a pork s. B. Flora has accepted a position As superintendent for nagely amp songs planing Mill. He will also take charge a Branch lumber Yard at Midvale. No better selection could have been made As he is thoroughly competent in All its branches. Slif Pandoah a. Our business mensa carnival was one the finest this City Ever had. The largest opera House was . D. B. Tiredly. At opera House february 12 and 13. Tickets will be for Sale at Halls monday feb. 9. Admission 35 and 25 cents. One morning last week As . Peters the Milkman was going to the country for his daily Supply milk while descending a Hill his horses foot caught in a rut and in trying to extricate it dislocated the lower joint so As to Render it entirely useless. Or. Peters has our sympathy As it is a heavy loss to to him. On Friday this week the times office will be moved into Myers new Block near the Sherman House. We have Large and commodious quarters there and will make considerable improvement in our outfit. We Hope All our patrons will Call us at our new location. On account considerable extra expense we especially would be pleased to meet our patrons who Are in arrears. Miss Herma Cumming Millersburg arrived in this City last week and be Gan the drilling the Young ladies for the business menus carnival to be Given thursday and Friday evenings this week. About sixty our loveliest Young ladies Are representing the different firms and we feel that Complete Success will Crown miss Cummings work As her pupils Are thoroughly enthused and anxious to do credit to their advertisers. Samuel Crossland is lying seriously ill dropsy and other troubles and will not Likely recover As he is quite old. Fletcher Douthitt left list monday for grand rapids Michigan to see his brother who is ill and not expected to recover. _ miss Kate Welty attended the double wedding the misses Mary and Minnie Taylor last week and is now visiting friends in Canton. Hon. John a. Buchanan spent saturday and sunday at Home. He left for Columbus monday to resume his senatorial duties. _ a. A. Huffman and wife Baltic and miss Etna Kuhn Massillon Are the guests . And mrs. Ii. E. Espen Schied West High Street. Married february 10, at the reformed parsonage by Rev. F. A. Fry . Antony Weidman and miss Frederica Haux. _ teachers examinations. From Dundee. The Board examiners Tuscarawas county will meet for the examination applicants for teachers certificates in new Philadelphia february 14th and 28th. Examinations will begin promptly at 8 clock a. M., and no one will be admitted to the class after 9 strangers must furnish testimonials Good moral character from responsible persons with whom the examiners Are Well acquainted. Before entering the class each applicant must furnish the clerk the Board a stamped envelope with his address. All work must be done with pen and Ink and the necessary paper will be furnished by the Board. Examiners Chas. Laucert p. Ii. Sorist a. Baker. Received too late for last there seems to be quite a Good Deal complaining about colds Etc. Some think something like Lagrippe is again visiting us. Our stores being now All entered the Square creates quite a Lively Competition in consequence which quite a reduction has been made goods which course the consumer does not object to. The . O. U. A. Of this place is in quite a flourishing condition having 53 54 members and prospects for More. Some talk organizing a drum corps to More emphatically demonstrate their patriotism As Well As to create More amusement for themselves. Quite a respectable Farmers Alliance has been organized at Ninevah having very nearly quite fifty members and prospects for More. We think it a very Nice thing As they can come together and discuss the different topics which come before the Farmers and working men and also give their experience in raising crops where they have failed and where they have been successful thereby enabling others to profit by their experience. Our saw Mill has been at a stand still owing to some defect in the first place several wheels and then again the saw which was replaced by a new one which seems to work satisfactorily. Charley Warner who has been helping in the saw Mill through some cause other lid two his fingers taken off the first at the first joint and the other Between the first and second joints. A. E. Roth has gone to Quincy ills., to Complete arrangements for a Hay press. He contemplates bailing Hay and shipping it to East Liberty pa., Stock Yards. I ulus Roth has taken the place gust. Regula As station agent heard gust was going to Cleveland. David Huber has been using a Crutch the past week account a Bruise his foot caused by jumping from a ladder to save himself from a fall he is improving. Charlie Schumak Erand wife Are Happy Over the arrival a Young daughter. Ii. Minnich lost a valuable horse last week. Trial before mayor Romig to Day some parties for killing diseased animals and Selling the meat. If guilty crack them through. Lewis Blickens Derfer and wife Omaha Are visiting . Russell and family. G. Galbraith is making preparations to build a House the lot he bought l. Flickinger. A. Demuth Columbus spent sunday with his brother in Law Martin Lehr this place. Or. Demuth formerly was employed in Cleveland but has moved to Columbus is an excellent artist and makes Good Money. Our schools Are in a prosperous condition under the management prof. Sharer. An election was held by the . O. U. A. M., some time ago All the officers were reelected with the exception c., to which office a. Myer was elected and conductor which John her Ning now fills. The trustees Are E. Cunning Jesse Laporte and Harvey Van Lehn. X. Fortunate people. A Safe investment. Well Well truly wonders will never cease. According to sex senator Warner Miller president the Nicaragua canal company the proposition to have the government guarantee the Bonds that corporation did not come from the company but from the Senate committee foreign affairs and was the result an investigation the Progress made by the company in building the canal. He hastens to add that the company had promptly accepted the provisions the Bill in View the Many advantages to be derived therefrom. Well we should think so. Is there any corporation in existence that would not promptly accept an offer the United states government to guar Antee the payment $200,000,000 its Bonds and especially a company that finds its Bonds a drug the Market even when offered at All sorts ruinous discounts As has been the Case with the Nicaragua company. If the company did not request this legislation some individual individuals very heavily interested therein must have exercised a powerful influence Over the Senate committee foreign affairs. Many years practice have Given A. Snow a co., solicitors patents at Washington d. C., unsurpassed Success in obtaining patents for All classes invention. They make a specially rejected cases and have secured allowance Many patents that had been previously rejected. Their advertisement in another column will be interest to inventors patentees manufacturers and All who have to do with patents. 2tf at High noon monday judge year Ley in a very appropriate Little speech Laid aside the judicial Robe and installed judge Mitchell in office. Quite a number friends both had gathered to witness the event. Judge Yeagley filled the office with credit and ability and now Steps Forth again into the Legal profession As an attorney. Judge Mitchell is a Young Man ability in every respect. He took hold the duties the office like unto one experience and everything will move off like clock work. He Lias chosen . J. E. Hurst Franklin township As his Deputy. He is a Young school teacher and a very pleasant gentleman and will doubtless fill his Post duty Well. Or. Harvey Barnhill who has been Deputy in the probate office for nine years was very efficient and accommodating. Howard Yeagley who has been copyist under his brother leaves behind a neat set records that speak Well for him. We wish the retiring Force Success in their future undertakings. Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results in Case failure a return Purchase Price. On this Safe plan you can buy from our advertised druggist a bottle . Kings new discovery for consumption. It is guaranteed to bring Relief in every Case when used for any affection Throat lungs Chest such As consumption inflammation lungs bronchitis asthma whooping cough croup Etc., Etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to taste perfectly Safe and can always be depended upon. Trial bottles free at f. Miller amp songs drug store. Marriage licenses granted. John Stabler and Mary Fahrney. John Howard and Cora Glass. J. Everett and Anna e. Kinsey. G. S. Halbritter and Louisa Kropp. Jesse Richardson and Elizabeth Rabe. Charles Stark and Josaphene Menne. Thomas f. Van Lehn and Sarah Swindeman. Samuel j. Smith and Louisa Messer. Do you Couglin done to delay. Take Kempis Balsam the Best cough cure. It will cure your coughs and colds. It will cure sore Throat a tickling in the Throat. It will cure pains in the Chest. It will cure influenza and bronchitis and All diseases pertaining to the lungs because it is a pure Balsam. Hold it to the Light and see How Clear and thick it is you will see the excellent effect after taking the first dose. Large bottles 50c and $1. Do not allow yourself to lose temper speak excitedly. Merit wins. Wheat is looking fairly Well. Many children our town Are reported sick with some form epidemic similar to a la mrs. Henry Shie South town is reported sick but improving slowly. On account bad weather the dance in Temple Hall saturday evening was almost a Complete fizzle. With the approach Spring candidates for township honors Are leaping into the political Arena willing to offer themselves As sacrifices to satisfy the pressing demands their Many friends ?. The matter incorporation this Village received a very Black Eye at the hands the county commissioners last saturday. This is the second time within the last eight months that a measure to incorporate has been knocked out and now we suggest that the matter be dropped and that All parties concerned attempt to heal Over the Many wounds that have been made in this struggle. Our Holmes county friends Walnut Creek township just ended an extensive Hunt in which several thousand rats mice owls Hawks sparrows Etc were killed. It Cost the losing Side an immense Oyster supper. Valentine Day will soon be Here when cowardly people will have an Opportunity sending some outlandish and slanderous pictures to their enemies thinking within themselves that they have done a Noble and courageous act. D. S. Troyer left for Ada last thursday to Complete his course in pharmacy. B. Hartman is attending court this week As a struck juror. L. Zollars was also drawn but account business was permitted to return Home. David Bouchy has secured the appointment Post master at sugar Creek and will take charge in a few Days. It is rumoured that a prize fight Between Lee Price Dover and Tom Gray Barrs Mills As principals will take place in the near future. If such be True our citizens will undoubtedly interfere and not permit it to take place. Wonder How Many official Hopes went glimmering with the knocking out incorporation. Yours respectfully occasional. Port Washington. The London times says and All lawyers know it to be True that the More than half a billion dollars Uncle in 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 the same class in Germany and other european countries. We have gained a number 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 very reasonable terms. E. Ross european claims Agency 51w8 59 Pearl St., new York . The newly elected officers John Finch Lodge no. 387, i. O. G. T., Are As follows a chief Temple j. O. Narg vice Templar miss Minnie Stocker financial Secretary miss Eva Porter recording Secretary h. D. Nelson chaplain r. S. Winland marshal Carrie Stocker guard h. L. Anderson Sentinel Charles barrel. Mrs. William wheaten this place died at her Home last wednesday. Or. Robert Nelson and daughter Eva were m Newcomerstown last week. Or. Henry barrel Pittsburgh pa., is visiting with e. H. Barrel. Fred Retzler jr., who has been ill with typhoid fever is reported to be much better at present. Died a Walter Only son . And mrs. Charles Ley aged 1 year 5 months and 10 Days. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Weinland in the moravian Church in an impressive manner after which the Little body was consigned to the grave. A suffer Little children to come unto me and forbid them not for such is the kingdom George Riley is visiting relatives and friends in this Vicinity old Salt. Real estate transfers we desire to say to our citizens that for years we have been Selling . Kings new discovery for consumption . Kings new life pills Bucklen a Arnica Salve and electric bitters and have never handled remedies that sell As Well that have Given such Universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time and we stand ready to refund the Purchase Orice if satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won their great popularity purely their merits. F. Miller amp songs druggists. Beaverdam items. That Valentine Home improvement first. Farmers Alliance meets at this place next saturday. Wayne township teachers Reading Circle was in session last saturday. Let us urge the Side walk question. We need some new Side walks Why not attend to the matter at once come what do you say m iss Nora Robinett Beach City has been spending a few weeks at the residence her Grandfather . Geo. Crise near Here. Miss Robinett took an Active part in our singing school. Frank Adams who has been a the Road a for some time came Home saturday evening. Mrs. Reichenbach and Llda spent a Day in Canton last week. Miss Viola Sliffe Canton is visiting relatives and friends Here. Or. Kinsey port Washington was in town last week. He was looking after the interests the Central life insurance co., which he represents. Or. Raab Baltic has purchased a valuable horse w. S. Rice. Mrs. John Rice has been quite ill for some time. Mrs. Adam Lantzer is also the sick list. We noticed Dan Lillieh in town last week. We learn that lie is in the insurance business. Reichenbach amp Walter expect to handle a full line farming implements next summer. Our business men know How to Hustle. We notice . And mrs. Dan Sliffe in town today. Prof. Gibson again had a very bad evening for his concert but the exercises were highly enjoyed by those who attended. Brethren can to we keep up singing. We have a Good Start let the Good work go . Junta. Washington letter. Drs. France amp Ottmann a �?~47th visit. Re you a afflicted with any kind chronic disease. Afflicted Reader we offer you health. We can cure you if it is in the Range human possibility but remember chronic diseases Are progressive they thrive by neglect therefore do not procrastinate. The France medical institutes staff physicians have been investigating and treating All forms obscure delicate chronic disease for Many years. During this time they have developed a system treatment and discovered remedies with which they Are Able to cure even after other remedies have been used in vain obstinate lingering maladies both sexes. The first step toward a cure is a Correct diagnosis. Their methods Are based upon scientific principles and Are successful. Diagnosis is both a science and an Art. Call before the disease has worked irreparable injury. Consultation free at the France medical Institute nos. 38 and 40 West Gay Street Columbus . Ohio state journal. Compiled in the office the recorder deeds Leroy Stansburry to Joanna w. Ferris 8 49-100 acres Goshen. $ 750 Nancy a. Gordon to William a. Gordon 2 37-100 acres Sandy. 2,000 pm f Lorence Schweg Heimmer to a. Hursey 1 acre Oxford .114 John m. Rutledge to Walter pm Davis lots 06 and 53, Midvale. 115 John Hupfeld to Mary Kuenzli part lot 205, new Philadelphia. 1,440 Bertha Myers it Al to Christopher Helmrich 150 acres Sandy 15,000 John m. Rutledge to we. Weston lot 54, Midvale. 50 Maria e. Brewer it Al to Chas. G. Harger lots 7, 8, 2g and 27, Dover. 3,000 Samuel Mathias to a. J. Olidie 43 12-100 acres Warwick. 1,275 j. A. Hostetler to Harvey Harper lot 7, Dover. 240 drs. P Rance and it it Atman formerly new York now the France medical and surgical Institute Columbus by request Many friends and patients have decided to visit new Philadelphia monday february 10, consultation and examination free and strictly confidential in the private parlor the Sherman House from 9 a. To 0 p. One Day Only. For sait Trade. I have for Sale Trade several tracts Western land in Nebraska Kansas and Missouri will Trade for Stock any kind any Good Chattle property at a fair value for town property. Some these lands Are improved and some unimproved and some partially improved. Title Good and abstracts can be furnished. Call the editor times. Of for rent Sale . Crites letter. A Blacksmith and Wagon makers shop lot about one fourth an acre. Shop building Good main business Street in the town Philipsburg. This is an excellent Chance for business. For further information Call mrs. Caroline Porchr Philipsburg . Owl for Sale a 70 acre tract Good land five Miles from new Philadelphia 45 acres Good coal�?4 it. Vein easy Access 2� it. Of Blackband Ore under 20 acres. Pair buildings Good Orchard Good Spring near the House. Liberal Price and terms easy. A bargain in it. Call at the times office. A lady a perfect companion. Painless childbirth our new Book tells How any woman May become a Mother without suffering any pain whatever. Also How to treat and overcome morning sickness swelled limbs and other evils attending pregnancy. It is reliable and highly endorsed by physicians As the wife a True private companion. Send two cent stamp for descriptive circulars and confidential letter sent in sealed envelope. Addres Frank Thomas amp co. Publishers Baltimore my. 45yl David Brown and family and s. W. Ricketts Are still quite familiar with the v. Ricketts has returned from 8omerdale, and is shaking hands with friends this Valley. W. Whitehair is visiting friends in Bowerstown this week. J. S. Waltz intends purchasing a lot soon in Midvale where he can get Coal delivered for 75 cents. We. Bowers Cleveland was visiting friends the Valley the past week. There has been considerable excitement in this neighbourhood among the sheep chickens ducks and pigs and is not caused by dogs either. The animal causing All this was caught and is called a i. Mcgow. A business menus carnival will be Given at the opera House thursday and Friday evenings this week representing the business interests this City consisting grand March sixty four ladies fancy and military drills and music. The patronage the Public is respectfully solicited. Or. Nicholls the celebrated specialist Canton will be at the Sherman House saturday february 21st, and every 4th saturday for one year. Done to fail to see him if you Are suffering from any cause. Consultation free. 7w2 from our regular correspondent. Washington d. C., february 0,1891. Or. Harrison made a last desperate attempt through senator Hoar in behalf the Force Bill at a caucus Republican senators held last night. In order to give the senators who had voted against the old Bill an Opportunity returning to the ranks a new Bill was presented to the caucus Shorter and without some the objectionable features the Lodge Bill. Stories differ As to the conclusion arrived at. Some say that it was decided to pass the new Bill in a few Days and others that no definite conclusion was reached. One Republican senator who voted with the democrats to Lay aside the gag Rule Resolution is reported to have said that if it would be any satisfaction to the Radical members his party he would vote for the new Bill because he was satisfied that there was not enough time remaining to get it through the House. The republicans seem to be getting the worst the Silver Pool investigation in spite the evident intention the committee to find out As Little As possible. No democratic member either Branch Congress has been implicated while two prominent republicans senator Cameron and representative Taylor Illinois have admitted their guilt and another one representative Ketcham new York is expected to do likewise. The greatest farce the investigation was enacted this week when Owenbey the Man who claimed to have been a member a Silver Pool was brought from Chicago under arrest and put the stand. Almost before lie began his testimony the committee decided that la must not mention the names senators representatives that he had heard named by other people As speculating in Silver. That practically shut out All that portion his evidence that might have led to finding out something and it is believed that it was intended to have just that very effect. The free coinage Bill has been the cause some very Plain talk this week and unless All signs fail it is going to bring a big Row in the House. Senator Cockerell said that the opposition to the Bill which has suddenly sprung into life in various sections but principally in the East was inspired by telegrams from the Capitol and representative Bland charged representative Walker who is a Massachusetts banker with trying to smother the Bill in committee by granting endless hearings to All who asked for them. The vote the committee shows that the Bill will get no favor there and All that the free coinage men can now do is to await a favourable Opportunity to bring it directly before the House. Congress has granted . Harrisons request and passed a Bill extending the time during which an assistant May act As the head any executive department the government from ten to thirty Days and now that gentleman is up to his ears in the recommendations various would be Secretary a the Treasury. All the big republicans from Gen. Alger and Chauncy Depew Down to a me to Platt who is himself a candidate Are hitting in and out Washington like restless ghosts. It is stated by republicans that . Harrison has promised not to give the place to a Silver Man. Hell have a hard time to fill the shoes the late Secretary Windom several those who might do so satisfactory to the country would under no circumstances connect themselves with the present unpopular administration. Senator Turpie in accordance with the Resolution recently adopted by the Indiana legislature has offered a joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution the United states for the election senators by a direct vote the people. It looks now As if the fifty first Congress would come to an end before the committee which has been for these Many months making an alleged investigation the pension flick and commissioner , makes its report. It is thought that the report is held Back to keep Raum in his place As Long As possible As he is almost certain to be removed when the report goes to . Harrison. The National legislative Council which was provided for at the late Ocala convention the National Farmers Alliance is now holding its first session Here. It is composed the presidents the state organizations and the National president. Its principal duties Are to prepare the Bills that the Alliance will ask the next Congress to pass. There is a Rumor that the Council has already decided upon a material modification the sub Treasury scheme. Speaker Reeds action in having refused to give the House committee foreign affairs a Day for the consideration measures favourably reported from that committee makes it practically impossible for us to make a single step towards the reciprocity now extended by the Canadian government. Well there is one Consolation Reed will be a deposed Czar in a very Short time. The following letter by sex senator g. W. Crites in response to a Toast at the last Jackson banquet at Uhrichsville was received too late to be read and it was placed in our hands where it has remained Ever since. Inasmuch As the subject has been made a matter comment in the newspapers lately we publish the letter by consent . Crites red. For Sale. Mileage tickets the Pennsylvania lines. A cottage House one and one half Story six rooms and Hall water and Gas in the House Good stable. Desirable for dwelling business location situated South Broadway near Public Square new Philadelphia. Reasonable terms will be Given purchaser. Enquire address mrs. Elizabeth Criswell new Philadelphia 2wl4 a Farmers Institute to be held under the auspices the state Board agriculture in accordance with the Law passed april 20th, 1980, will be held at Baltic Friday and saturday february 27 and 28, 1891. Full program will appear next week. On and after january 20th, individual and non transferable one thousand mile tickets Good Over All division the Pennsylvania system West Pittsburgh will be sold at a rate two cents per mile $20,00 each by line agents at principal Points. All forms mileage tickets heretofore issued for the Pennsylvania lines still unused and unexpired As to time limit will be honoured and after above Date All roads operated by either the Pennsylvania company the Pittsburgh Cincinnati Chicago amp St. Louis railway company and Only one thousand mile tickets will be thereafter sold. E. A. Ford Gene a passenger agent. It is a fact that Daniel Wyss nurseryman new Philadelphia o., Sells the Best varieties fruit Trees ornamental Trees plants Etc., cheaper than any one else. Save Money and buy him. 5wl0 pure and Rich possessing All the nutritious properties malt. Chases Barley malt whiskey is a perfect tonic for building up the system. A. Bippus amp son sole agent for new Philadelphia. 4 for Sale a Small Home ten acres log House Good cellar Good Spring and Spring House and Small Orchard. Price $500. Terms�?$200 Down and remainder in payments. Apply at times office. 4tf a real Hal sum is Kempis Waisam. The dictionary says a a Balsam is a thick pure aromatic substance flowing from Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lung3 is the Only cough Medicine that is a real Balsam. Many thin watery cough remedies that Are called Balsam but such Are not. Look through a bottle Kempis Balsam and notice what a pure thick preparation it is. If you cough use Kempis Balsam. At All druggists. Large bottles 50c and a. For Sale. Wanted to rent House 6 7 rooms for Small family within 30 Days. Inquire at this office. 4tf do not appear to notice inaccuracies speech in others. For Sale a a Side bar buggy cheap inquire at this office. 5tf we painted the town red with the business mensa carnival.�?/. Hamil Tont Vineland n. J. The Best eighty acres Hill land in Salem township situated one mile West port Washington. Nearly 3-foot vein Good Coal eighteen acres Timber and a Good Young Orchard with plenty water the farm. Price $3,000. If not sold within the next 00 day8, it will be rented. For further in formation Call Emmett m. Stocker port Washington . 6w4 canal Dover. Ohio january 0th, 1891. Tues. I. Moore president Jackson club Uhrichsville your very kind invitation to attend the annual Jackson banquet the 8th january and to respond to the Toast a a from Columbus to Kentucky and return in 1880,�?� has been received. Am sorry to say that my engagements Are such that will prevent my attendance and the few thoughts i could give to the subject i am compelled to write and Send by letter. I am sure i should be pleased to have the Opportunity to talk to you about the exciting times we had in the Senate in 1880. Since the a one Many Power speaker heed in Congress has made the nation applaud when the Democrat left the a a House to break a quorum so the action the democrats in tie Senate in breaking a quorum i i opposition to the tyranny a King bobs Kennedy is the better understood an t appreciated. And the greatest infraction the lawful rules procedure that Ever committed by a Czar Reed a Nev r equalled the unseating four men Bers the body with less than a quorum present As was enacted by a a King Robert the As the political situation now stamp for the nation so it then stood in . As the republicans now have the president the Cabinet the supreme Courand the other Branch the Law Mai ing Power so then the republicans had the governor the state Atli cers the supreme court and the lower Branch the Law making Power a l constituted to give Force and effect to sustain any and All illegal proceed Ings that might be enacted contrary to Law. The Point difference Between Ali a opposing forces was that the republicans wanted to unseat the four demo crat c senators by one vote ousting All four by a single Resolution while the democrats claimed the right to a separate vote each As each was elected by different majorities ranging from less than one Hundred to several hundreds and that it was in no Wise conclusive that even if one senator was not entitled to his scat that another Walt not so entitled. At any rate such a thing As unseating four members Congress any other Law making body by a single Resolution was an unheard proceeding. But in this High handed outrage a a King bobs was determined and All he asked was As speaker Reed now asks in Congress that the democrats remain in their seats and enable him to count a quorum this the democrats strove to prevent and deserted the Senate in a body and the republicans proceeded to unseat four democrats and to seat four republicans with less than a quorum present a proceeding so illegal and so revolutionary that it is difficult at this Day to find any one daring enough to support such a step and one which even speaker Reed to 8 not attempted so far As to the manner proceeding in breaking the quorum by the democratic senators there was no Plait action each was left to follow his own inclinations. 1 Well remember being in Columbus a greater portion the Day which the quorum was broken attending to some affairs relating to my business at Home in which i was then engaged while the newsboys were crying the news the streets and after leaving Columbus 1 came direct Home where in a few Days i was apprised by a Telegram that the majority the senators had determined a pleasure trip to Lookout Mountain Tene Esseo and inviting me to participate which 1 did but before leaving the work unseating the democrats had been consummated. I Pon our return we stopped at Lexington to attend the Spring races to which we were invited and shown every Courtesy by the officials and citizens that truly hospitable Community. Again at Covington where we stopped a few Days we were Given a Royal reception and entertained by All in the most approved manner. And now . President that Sall there was in the going away but i set by the a a Toast a that we returned when we left Foraker was the governor .o, and one the leading spirits in the proceedings. We returned to see him ignore piously Defeated in 1889 metaphorically and politically speaking our return was by the Way Massachusetts Connecticut new Hampshire Rhode Island Pennsylvania Michigan Illinois Wisconsin Nebraska Iowa and Kansas. While a a King bobs will begin the 4th March to Brush the dust and cobwebs from his Law office during his enforced retirement from Active politics which makes a Republican House representatives Twenty majority give Way to a democratic majority one Hundred and fifty. We ought to say in passing that while this fight was conducted through one whole session the legislature and everything done each Side to gain the Victory there was always the Best feeling Between the opposing forces. Some the Best friends i Ever had outside politics were in the Republican ranks in that contest and were i to Day to meet even the Arch enemy the opposition a a King Bob a himself we would take each other by the hand As readily As though such a thing As the breaking a quorum had never been heard . Respectfully Geo. W. Crites. Work done Call at times office. Notice to the Public. All persons Are hereby notified not to accept any notes obligations purporting to be signed by me without first seeing me to ascertain the genuineness the same. 5w4 Adam Glaszer

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