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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - February 14, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. J one Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bilu , posters and Job printing 01 every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1y r. One Inch. $ 1 00 $ 2 00 $3 00 $ 3 00 three inches. 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 half column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday february 14, 1889. Number 8. Business directory. John w. Nixon m. I physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Tinker. 51yi t Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building Softli Broadway. Residence two doors South 0 p depot. 49 prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office in the Mclane Block new Philadelphia Ohio. John s. Grai Iam attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Roadway. 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 Gamuel 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. Joseph p. Murphy slavery amp feed stable p1iillipsburgh. Ohio. First class rigs for All purposes. Office and stable near Railroad depot. Oct. 25. 44mr> 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 no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller amp son. 6y2 executors notice. The undersigned is the legally appointed and duly qualified executor the last will and testament Jacob Opp late Tuscarawas county deceased. All persons interested will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. A a John a Kennedy executor. January 17,1889. 5w3 Babcock Hurd amp co., wholesale grocers 300 amp 30s water St., Cleveland. P. Ii. Babcock 11. Hurd jr., chalks Babcock 11. A. Bishop Mcclelland Hurd wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co., limited new York for the Sale their celebrated Alaroma and Bunola brands roasted Coffee. 24yl the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. H. T. Minn is proprietor. The House Lias been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars Good livery in connection with the House. 4oyl t. W. Mcdermott d. V. S., honorary graduate the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats All diseases Domestic animals. Surgery a specially. Horse dentistry neatly done. Carious Teeth removed it pays to keep a horses Teeth in Good condition. Spavins and ringtones Best treated by the actual cautery. Calls by Telegraph otherwise promptly an swered. Office Over Routzen Heiser a drug store. New Philadelphia. Ohio 4yl steam engines boilers and machinery. Engines and boilers for Mill shop farm in every size and style desired and to suit every purpose. Saw Mills and Wood working machinery grist and feed Mills shafting pulleys belting and Mill supplies. Also a Large lot Good second hand engines and other machinery very cheap. Harmes machine depot. 97 amp 99 first ave., Pittsburgh a. 48yl Money to loan first farm Security at Low rates interest. Loans Only taken r three years More and for sums $1,000 and upwards. Privilege making partial payments $100 More Loans granted and Extension time Given when interest is kept up promptly. No commission and no charges for recording mortgages. For further particulars and information address we. 11. Ross Gene a agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. 42m6 october 11, 1888. Co to Montana via these. Paul Minneapolis an Manitoba Ray. A magnificent daily train service a the Montana express a will he inaugurated november 10, 1888. Elegant dining cars dra Wing r Tom sleepers handsome Day coaches a and free colonist sleepers with Kitchen and lavatory. The Only line to the three great cities Montana for maps and general information inquire your own ticket age to I. Whitney Gene a . And Tkv tags to St. Paul Minnesota. India rubber is being tried for paving streets in several German towns. The first pavement the kind was Laid by Lelerre Giusse Linde the Goethe Bridge in Hanover in 1887. The material is claimed to Combine the elasticity rubber with the resistance Stone and to be perfectly noiseless unaffected by heat cold and less Slippery than Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor Railroad matters. Canal Dover. Thursday february 14, Iski. Judge Owen the Only democratic member it the supreme Bench in Ohio retired from office the 8th instant. He is succeeded by Joseph 1. Bradbury Meigs county. Judge Owen was chief Justice for the last three Ami a half years and was very popular. He will remain in the City Columbus and will enter the practice Law. General Boulanger France has applied for a divorce and will probably marry the divorced wife Joseph i. Lucas St. Louis whom he met in new York at the reception Given French notables who came to this country to participate in the Celebration the Centennial the Battle Yorktown. Mrs. Lucas is now in Europe. She is said to be very handsome. The sister Guiteau the Assassin has written a novel entitled a Tim stalwarts who were to blame a it is a tale fifty years american history. She uses fictitious names but Many stalwarts the Republican party Are identified. The theory propounded with startling vividness is that the Stalwart element the Republican party fearing and believing that Garfield would not fall in with them for profit and self aggrandizement developed by them during Grants administration set in motion the machinery that encompassed his destruction. Or. Zimmerman a member the Ohio House representatives has introduced a Bill to disfranchised for live years any one who receives a bribe Reward value either at the primary general elections and if found voting during the term disfranchisement he shall he imprisoned in the Penitentiary for a term from one to Throe years. This would go hard with some Tuscarawas county a politicians for like Sampson old they would be shorn their strength when there was no longer purchasable a a president Harrison is trying to make up a Cabinet the a Cut and try system. As soon As he gets a Cabinet set up some discordant element Breaks out and lie tears it All Down again and tries to fit in representatives other states. He does not display the courage and decision character that should belong to a president. Unless he changes tactics he will have such a a across firing in his party As will completely demoralize it. There Are too Many who want to be leaders in the Republican party. The result will be they will kill each other in a political Way. The a Bull dog Germany has taken a Pacific mood and has asked the United states and great Britain to renew the conference concerning native Independence the samoan islands and is willing to Grant Equality rights among the treaty Powers. The War the Island will be brought to a close and the United states recognized hereafter. The foreign policy has been firm and the dignity and Honor our government fully maintained very much to the Chagrin the snarling puppies who criticised the administration and accused it inaction and want a vigorous foreign policy. Now that general Mahone is a declared candidate for a Cabinet position his characteristic Pluck determination and self Confidence do not desert him. He is neither scared nor rattled by the efforts Mosby and other Southern republicans to drive him out the race. General Mahone is a co Lumbus dispatch Republican. They Are a Tine pair a a rebel colonel Mosby made an unenviable reputation As a murderer during the War and now one the other these rebels is to Grace the Harrison Cabinet. If Grover Cleveland had appointed Mosby to a Cabinet position what a howl there would have been Over the land. The cry would have been a the government is going into the hands the but then you know they Are republicans now. Sing a there is a Fountain filled with blood drawn from Emanuel a veins and sinners plunged beneath that flood lose All their guilty typical a Republican party the great a a 1 the jealous and demented youth the Ohio Democrat went to the trouble soliciting some one this week who is too cowardly to write Over his own signature to indict an article criticizing the editor the times for an item last week concerning the critical condition . Buchanan and what at that time seemed to be his inevitable Fate. The few lines were penned just before going to press based upon the opinion the faithful nurse and attending physicians. But we Are exceedingly glad to announce this thursday morning that . Buchanan bids fair to recover. The demented youth and his a a critics assume that the friends . Buchanan were a a shocked and their sympathies a grasped a &c., but if they had not been so ignorant they would have known that the friends believed the current reports that led us to put them in print. We know too Well the motive the article in the Democrat but we cannot condescend to enter into controversy with a demented youth upon a subject so delicate in its nature. With energetic work the z., n. Route May yet he secured. Amp Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 to the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following Kates one year in Advance.#1.00 if not paid within three mods 1.50 a a a a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post Folk a order to the address the proprietor. Of address All matter intended for publication to the times. The Cleveland news and Herald sat a urday last contains the following article concerning Railroad matters which greatly interest people new Philadelphia and various other localities throughout the county a this week an ordinance was introduced in the City Council authorizing the Valley railway to consolidate by lease otherwise with some Southern line provided it was not with a parallel competing line to the City Cleveland. President Wade the Valley was asked yesterday what the ordinance meant. A when the Valley Railroad was built a replied . Wade a the City empowered the company to use the old canal bed condition that the line be not extended consolidated with any other line. The object was to insure to Cleveland a new Coal Road entirely Independent the old lines. I heartily favored this condition and still favor the object which the condition was intended to secure a prevention consolidation with the Pennsylvania some other rival line. But we have found the condition a serious embarrassment to the Road. Several times we have had opportunities to consolidate with other lines but the City condition always arose As a Barrier. Once we were the Point signing articles consolidation with the Cleveland amp Marietta. At another time Steps were far advanced to make the Valley the Cleveland terminus the b. Amp System. But the plan failed and the b. It. Now uses Sandusky As its terminus. That route to the lakes is longer grades Are higher and the Harbor and terminal facilities poorer than the Valley hut the condition stood in the Way a lease. What we Wisla is to obtain Power to unite with some other line that will not destroy Competition and will Advance the interests Cleveland by giving it Access to the new Coal Fields which an Extension consolidation with a Southern line would afford. We do not wish the restrictions against consolidation with any Cleveland line a have you any present plans consolidation a a nothing immediate but i have Little doubt if permission is granted that the Valley will reach the Ohio River within a a will it be via the Cleveland amp Marietta a a not necessarily. The Wheeling amp Lake Erie touches our terminus at Valley Junction and will soon reach Wheeling. There Are several other plans for Extension in Prospect any one which May from the tone the above article there is no question but that the people Cleveland have Long desired to assist in making the Valley Road the Cleveland terminus the b. Amp System via the proposed N. Amp Route through the extensive and almost inexhaustible Coal Fields Tuscarawas county now undeveloped for the want proper shipping facilities. The Wheeling amp Lake Erie touches the Valley Junction terminus and will soon extend to Wheeling thus opening up another Coal Field for Lake shipment leaving perhaps for unknown years to come the Rich Mineral Fields this portion the Tuscarawas Valley undeveloped. The incorporation the N. Amp Route which our people Are now familiar Are hard at work and have the Hearty co operation Cleveland capitalists and business men. Our people in new Philadelphia should not become indifferent about this Enterprise. The business interests the place Are so closely identified with the proposed new Road that its loss will be to a great extent almost suicidal. Renewed Energy should be infused into the movement and our business men give it such recognition As it justly deserves at their hands. It May prove oceans water their wheel. The Montana fever. The Montana fever has seized quite a number Tuscarawas county a leading citizens. On monday last . Jonas Bremer Philip Lamneck Warner n. Bremer and family and me. C. Bremer and family port Washington and Vicinity left for great Falls City Cascade county Montana territory. The latter two gentlemen and their families will remain and make great Falls their future Home. On the 15th March a company will leave for the same place under the management . W. Mercer. Among that number will be . Luther Stocker and family and . Albert m. Brough Salem township who go to remain. These parties Are All first class citizens and we Are sorry to lose them but what will be Tuscarawas county a loss will be Cascade county a gain. There Are quite a number others in Tuscarawas county who will go but we have not Learned their names. We Are informed that several parties from Bowerston will also go one whom is . Mccauley dry goods merchant who is packing his goods and will ship them to great Falls. We have had inquiries about rates from two different parties outside Tuscarawas county who Are going this Spring. The country around great Falls is very Fertile and a Good farming country As it can be Farmed without irrigation. It is near the great Silver and Gold Region Montana. Great Falls is situated the Missouri River at the Point known As the great Falls which affords the Linest water Power in the United states. The town is bound to become a great City account its vast natural advantages and the wealth that the mines will pour into the City. They have smelting works now at great Falls that will when completed Cost $2,000,000. The climate is not rigid at great Falls account the warm currants air from the Pacific coast known As the a a Chinook they sow wheat and Oats in february. It is a very healthy climate and is destined to fill up rapidly. Government land can be preempted homesteaded tree claimed in the Vicinity great Falls and Many Are the Farmers who Are availing themselves the Opportunity to get cheap Homes. The Iron City House in this place is doing a Rushing business since the closing the Central and King is correspondingly Happy. One our Saloon keepers factory Street was arrested and fined for keeping open after hours. It Only Cost $8.60 and caused lots fun. We saw Curtis Irwin the streets this tuesday morning. He has not been Here for some time has been driving Street car in Canton o., for some time past. Monday night the fire Bell was Bro to into use to Call the a a boys to duty. The House next to the american House occupied by a . Lentz As a boarding House caught fire Between the plastering and weather boarding probably from a defective flue. Fire put out before department got to work. Damage Small. For some time past complaint has been coming in from All sides that chickens and Turkey thieves have been making nocturnal raids coops and barns. Probably fifty people have suffered loss More less some lost All they had others a part a but in All cases the thieves proved themselves very a a quite a number people keep Fine grades poultry in Dover and in every instance the Best the flock were taken. It has also been remarked that a certain party has been Selling Yery cheap dress Mutton to the butchers and Lionel men. Saturday Cleveland dailies had an item news stating that two men giving their names As Janies Howard and John Brown had been arrested in Canton Early saturday morning with a double team and Spring Wagon loaded with chickens and turkeys stolen from Farmers Between Navarre and Canton. A Canton paper that happened to reach this place went More into particulars describing the team and men which tallied very Well with a team and two men missing from Dover since Friday night last. There were a number parties who lost chickens and turkeys that same night and one these parties concluded to visit Canton and investigate. Arriving there monday morning he found his Turkey it having one Wing and its Tail Cut off and a Small string tied around its leg. He also readily recognized the team and upon visiting the jail found that James Howard and John Brown were none other than our own James Fackler and John Leichtamer. Fackler has been running a livery barn a Small scale in this place for some time and was generally supposed to be making a Little Money. The Only description we know for Leichtamer outside a personal description would be to Call him a a a retired business they had nearly 100 i Dickens two turkeys and eight sheep pelts their Wagon when arrested and were trying to sell out. Some Farmer Between Canton and Navarre heard a Wagon rolling by and heard chickens quack about three clock saturday morning and upon visiting his Hen House found he had been robbed. He immediately went to his neighbor and found he had been robbed and the two hitched up and followed the parties into the City where they were found and arrested. A charge burglary and larceny was lodged against them and they were sent to Board with the sheriff. Leichtamer wilted and commenced to blubber and beg some Dover parties interceded and the charge burglary was dropped and the men plead guilty to the charge Petit larceny. Fackler left his team Wagon chickens sheep pelts and turkeys for Security for costs and Tine and both the boys came Home to raise the wind and return to redeem property. Still the world wags . Grafton. From Stone reek. Wise amp Zeeb have got a new delivery Wagon. The a a major a looks Fine in it. The strike lasted but one Day. The men All went to work monday morning. William Ell Wood last week received his certificate for pension. He receives $149.00 to december 4th, 1888, and from that Date $20.00 per month. Lucky Billy we congratulate you. This is not such a had administration after All. Reiter the Champion shot canal Dover has lately sent a Challenge to the Phillipsburg Slio Otist that he would match the Best Marksman in their gang. The boys answered that they would meet him at York Toton half Way and shoot with him. There has been nothing heard the Champion since except that he is boasting that he a backed the Phillipsburg boys the Hoys say they Are ready any Day . K. Desires to meet them half Woy. Now . Champion either come up shut up. Shully gave his annual birthday Ball last Friday night. There was a pretty fair turnout. The Salon lists grinned a Broad smile 1 last week but As they have not harvested any ice their faces Are As Long As Ever. J. W. Rolli has received a Sample the improved la it Uble Case world Type Ariter. Any person who has use for a machine this kind will do Well to correspond with him before purchasing As the machine is sold at a Low Price and is guaranteed to do work equally As Good if not better comparing it with the highest priced machines made. V. E. Bahmer Bakersville efficient postmaster was in the Burg saturday last. There is much meat in the first two resolutions passed by the Massachusetts woman suffrage association at its twentieth annual meeting this week resolved that those who obey the Laws should have a voice in making them and those who taxes should have a voice As to the amount the tax and the Way in which it should be spent. Therefore woman suffrage is right. And whereas women constitute More than two thirds our Church members and less than one fifth oar criminals therefore resolved that the majority women May be confidently expected to vote the Side peace morality and Good order. Therefore to Naan suffrage is expedient. From Newport. Editor times i noticed in the last Issue the Ohio Democrat a communication Over the signature a observer a purporting to be an attack upon the principal teacher in the Newport schools the township Board education and the Board local directors. A a observer a alleges a a that scholars Are coming from other districts taking up branches not taught in our school filling the rooms beyond their capacity causing our smaller scholars to be these charges if True would be a serious objection to the admission continuation those two Young men in our schools against whom a a observer has such a Strong antipathy As to prompt him to be wholly regardless truth. A a observer must have been so blinded with prejudice As not to be Able to distinguish Between truth and falsehood he must have been willing to sacrifice the truth in order to accomplish his own lower fiendish purpose. A a observer a not Only attempts to blast the Hopes and prospects our principal teacher in his profession who by his own Energy and Industry has made himself a reputation As teacher As far above the reach a a observer As the heavens Are above the Earth. I do not however attempt to defend our teacher As he is abundantly Able to defend himself. I do think that while our schools Are progressing Well and to the satisfaction everybody As to the advancement their pupils that a a observer should be held up to Public gaze when he attempt to excite Public broils tumults disturbance and strife in the Community in which he lives and especially in our schools to gratify a Low fiendish spirit revenge toward two worthy Young men who Are striving to prepare themselves for becoming useful members society. Flatter not yourself . Observer with the vain Hope that there is one solitary thrill Joy in the indulgence the sin slander. It is degrading to humanity and he who would hide in ambush and shoot his poisonous Arrow at an unsuspected moment does not deserve and is not worthy the name an american citizen. I have been creditably informed that a a observer a has spent tie entire Winter up to the present time in preparing two Short essays which have already appeared before the Public and will doubtless immortalize ids name. Judging the future by the past it will require a considerable time to prepare another communication for the press. It will perhaps appear about the first april it is absolutely necessary that the Public be apprised that fact in order that they May be prepared Lor the Shock. Some men however in this Community think that his time might be better occupied at least they think they would be financially better off if the proceeds his labor were properly applied. A a observer says a the local directors should exercise their they have no Power to act in the premises. The township Board by their action have tied their hands they Are helpless a and can do nothing. I have been informed the local Board Are perfectly willing for the township Board to enforce their order if they can but claim that they Are not the executive officers that Board. The teacher is not to blame he has no Power to dismiss pupils from the school. A observer a has spent a Long time to get into that predicament called in legislative bodies a a the dead lock a and i do not know How to get out it. A a observer a also says those two Young men already referred to Are being educated at a a our this i must confess aroused in my breast the affection sympathy to that extent that my conscience smote me i was troubled by Day and by night. I cried a a whither shall we go and what so amp i be done to protect a a observer in his rights then it flashed upon my mind As Quick As the lightnings from the heavens above that perhaps lie never paid a single Dollar for the support our schools my mind was then at rest and 1 could repose upon my Pillow without being any longer troubled by frightful dreams. X. Y. Received Ido late for last week. Evening the 3d a a a did the ground hog see his Shadow a is the All important question. A yes a says one a a the Sun shone out brightly at seven clock this a a no a says another a a the ground hog did not see ins. Hadow for that is not his hour Lor coming out to took for a so the question is settled we Are to have an Early Spring. Mrs. N. G. Hormell is very ill from stomach and heart trouble she has been in delicate health for some time. Mrs. Haines who Lias been sick for two weeks past is slowly recovering. Or. Newton Betz Unionport Jefferson county spent thursday and Friday this week with his Cousin mrs. G. In. Hammond. An Oyster social was Given by the Young folks this Vicinity thursday evening in Honor . Ritz. A pleasant time was reported. Mrs. Russell Stillwater Sun Dayed with her aunt mrs. Joshua Huston this place. C. A. Leech from the South visited parents in this Vicinity this week. Or. I. A. Haines Lias returned Home from Indiana where he has been since september. It is rumoured that he has purchased a farm in the Loosier state and intends to make that his future Home. G. F. Hammond is making preparations for erecting a new dwelling third Street. The contract for repairing the m. E. Church was let monday this week. J. T. Walton was the Luckey bidder. The building committee deserve Praise for the decision they made. Jess is a first class Mechanic and is always prompt in All his contracts and that is far better than Low figures. Some people always hold to the lowest figures which in the end mostly terminate in the highest figure As time is Cash when we take business into consideration. G. F. Hammond has sub contracted the Stone work for the Church. The old school building owned by Joe Capels has been converted into a store room and dwelling recently. Robert Capels is about to build a new dwelling in the suburbs our Village. H. E. Page has killed six dogs for dal. Wand this Winter it has taken him six nights to kill one not certain which is corrects but what is the difference so Long As Deputy sheriff Ham Mell does no to interfere ? a resident. Bad men in limbo. Thirteen desperate counterfeiters arrested. Pittsburgh pa., feb. 9. Detective Mcsweeney the it. Secret service and u. Deputy marshal Chambers this District to Day landed in this City a gang the most desperate and dangerous counterfeiters which has worked this country in years. There Are thirteen in the gang and they now occupy cells in the county jail. Their names Are Thomas Stoughton the Leader and the most dangerous Man now at Large James Johnston John Dawson Charles and John Woods Bob Montgomery Andy Maxber David Dunn Charles Fox Albert and Frank Crossman Warren Black and James Bryor. For several months Western Pennsylvania and parts new York Ohio and Tuest Virginia have been flooded with spurious five Dollar Gold Coin wonderful genuineness. During this time the officers have been diligently seeking to discover the identity the counterfeiters and their hiding place. The Story How the officers traced the men to their hiding place in the wilds Butler county Miles from any human habitation is thrilling. They drove eighty Miles to reach the place and captured two the men with All the paraphernalia Dies and several thousand dollars unfinished Coin. The other members the gang were taken singly and in pairs and held secretly until the entire gang was safely corralled. Half a million strangers. Between four and five Hundred thousand people Are expected in Washington for the inauguration ceremonies and the inaugural committee Public Comfort in View arrangements already made announces that it can accommodate them All. The Pennsylvania lines for this occasion will place in service their entire equipment running through cars from All principal Points and rules have been adopted that will ensure their prompt Safe and satisfactory movement. The Side tracks and Yards at Washington will be kept Clear m order that trains May be run in and out schedule time. For full information regarding the cheap excursion rates and Otner matters apply to the nearest passenger ticket agent the Pennsylvania lines. Personal m ent i . V. J. Keel Bolivar visited will Kennedy last week. C. Johnson and wife Dennison. A is undated in this City. Jesse Cook Scio is visiting his son Rev. J. A. Cook this City. Mrs. Abseil Uhrichsville is visiting mrs. A. W. Patrick. Frank Nelson and wife Massillon Are visiting friends in this City. Mrs. J. N. Strickmaker spent the first the week with canal Dover friends. Rev. Chas. Mcnulty returned Home saturday from a trip to Texas and new Mexico. Samuel Ridgway returned Home saturday last fron an extended visit to Indiana. _ _ Geo. Joss Indianapolis was the guest John Joss and family the past week. Frank Brown Uhrichsville was visiting the family Lewis Jones saturday last. Mrs. Or. Stevenson Leesville visited her Sisters mrs. Ii. C. And e. A. Kaldenbaugh and mrs. Or. T. 11. Smith the past week. Jacob Wallick this place and miss Catharine Hoffman Baltic were married by a. T. Minnis at the residence ii. E. Espenschied South Broadway thursday evening last. Messes. Newton and Albert Phelps Nebraska Clinton Phelps Kansas and g. W. Phelps Ravenna Ohio Are visiting their Sisters mrs. W. W. Richardson and mrs. Lewis City. Charley Engel has a Beautiful chinese water Lilly now in full Bloom at his restaurant Broadway. It was presented to him by a son the a a flowery kingdom a who has a laundry his premises. Or. John Akin an aged Farmer and highly respected citizen near Sandy Ville died monday night the infirm aties old age. He had reached the Ripe age 84 years and was the oldest citizen a Sandy township. The immigrant. Written for the times. Glide Good vessel swiftly for freedoms land we look and Long we will no longer be oppressed for Liberty is in the West. Toward the Western Gates make haste Bear us across this Stormy waste Speed and take us safely Over we re weary watching for the Shore. Europe thy grandeur and thy Pride have vanished now beneath the tide we have no fault with thee to find thy countrymen were True and kind. With Only Liberty in View we left the old world for the new to Day should no misfortune come Well reach the port to which we roam. The decks resound the Crew is out a who land ahead a the sailors shout behold toward the Western skies above the Waves we see arise a and to every Freeman dear a and which nations All Revere whose excellence cannot he told where homeless strangers find a fold. Through lashing foam we press our Way we soon will reach the tranquil Bay where calmly Blessing surf and land Bartholdi a goddess lifts her hand. With blazing Torch to nightly throw her beacons the wave below lighting the Highway to the sea guarding the threshold the free. Of Worth and might the East May boast her wealth May gleam from coast to coast but brighter is the Gold that shines in californians glittering mines. Brighter the Joy that crowns us now than Ever sat Royal brow let monarchs reign beyond the sea Here freemen Only Rule the free. Farewell old Ocean wild and grand our roaming feet have touched the strand at last we stand upon the Shore beyond the tumult and the Roar. Above us wave the stripes and stars hereafter Ever to be ours. Henceforward will our watchword be a Columbia and Liberty a in dreams no doubt again Well stand upon the soil dear father land in dreams ascend the mountains wild where we have rambled since a child but save in thought we nevermore will seek again the tyrants Shore since skies so pure and lands so Fine matchless America Are thine. W. Probate court. Merit wilis. We desire to say to our citizens that for years we have been Selling j r. 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 Price if satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won their great popularity purely their merits. F. C. Miller amp songs druggists i As agent for Rosanna and Gottleib Gasser will sell at Public auction the premises r. And g. Gasser in the town Phillipsburg in Jefferson township Tuscarawas county Ohio sat urday the 2d Day March 1889, at 1 clock p. M., a dwelling House and lot with All necessary out buildings. Terms one half Down As follows $25 Day Sale and the remainder the first half april first when deed is made and one fourth in one year from that Date and the remainder in two years secured by mortgage with interest at 6 per cent. 7w2 Jacob Schaffer. For land situated m Goshen township Tus. Co., Ohio. Large Frame House Good stable and outbuilding Orchard apples pears peaches Etc. This property is within a Quarter a mile the go Hep Coal j works. These works Are owned and operated by one the Best companies in Ohio. Property Well situated for a boarding House. Twenty thousand Bank pos scan be made from the Preni ses and which find ready Sale. Apply at the times office to Henry Burton the premises. Get. 4. 41m0 unclaimed let Cir a. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Postoff Iee february 11, 1889 mrs. Etta Truman Emma Schweitzer . George myer Jos. E. Bowers . Tom. W. Jones . Thomas Jones . Fred Wangner P. Caudwell . T. C. Baughman. If not called for in fourteen Days will be sent to the dead letter office. E. P. Degreif p. The population the Domestic club numbers thirty one members and has delivered its first machine to B. Read under item 11, rules governing the club. Remember no addition can be made after the club is full. For further particulars Call address C. Joss 83 West High Street. The Youthful Prodigy the Ohio Democrat Speaks a a heathenism ignorance a a display which we refer to that Sheet december 31st where the youth says the germans Are a a Kraut now that was quite a compliment to the germans. Another display a a heathenism ignorance occurred two three weeks ago in the use the word a a Tail in publishing a Story about a lady and gentleman. The demented youth should go hence. Wednesday evening at 6 clock . Al. Reiser and miss Alice Fahrner were United in marriage at the residence the brides parents. A Large number guests were present and the affair was a Happy and Brilliant one. Or. Reiser is an estimable Young Man while the fair Bride is one new Philadelphia a Model Young ladies. We congratulate Al in securing so valuable a prize and wish for the Happy couple a Long and prosperous voyage Over the matrimonial sea. New Philadelphia is about 4,500, mid we would say at least one half Are Tori wed with some affection the Tho fit and lungs As those complaints Are., according to statistics More numerous than others. We would advise All our readers not to neglect the Opportunity to Earl their druggist and get a bottle Kempis Balsam for the Throat and in jugs. Trial size free. Large bottles 50c and $1. Sold by All druggists. A Samuel Rufer and William nagely have formed a partnership and opened up the Blacksmith shop at rulers old stand his lot where he resides. They Are prepared to do general Blacksmith ing horse shoeing and All kinds steel work All which they guarantee first class. They respectfully solicit a share the Public patronage. 6tf the alarm fire was Given Sabbath afternoon and it was soon Learned that the cause the alarm was in the roof judge Naneete House. A defective flue fired the roof but a few buckets water extinguished it. The firemen were hand in due time but there was nothing for them to do. There will be quarterly meeting at the u. B. Church saturday and sunday. Rev. C. N. Aveen Akron Ohio will officiate. Notice is hereby Given that the follow ing accounts and vouchers executors administrators guardians trustees and assignees have been filed in the office the j Edge the probate court Tuscarawas county Ohio and will be for hearing saturday febuary 16th 1889, and continue from Day to Day until All Are disposed final account and vouchers Samuel Brown guardian Charles Brown. Final account and vouchers Michael Denzer administrator the estate Christian Denzer deceased. First account and vouchers Henry Porter guardian Amanda Narg Ney. Final account and vouchers Solomon p. Miller administrator the estate Andrew Shrock deceased. Second account and vouchers Henry ii. Porter administrator the estate Caroline Miskimins deceased. Sixth account and vouchers Charles p. Minnich one the executors the will John Minnich deceased. Final account and vouchers Christian Deis administrator the estate Rosanna Ile bold deceased. First account and vouchers Frederick Glauser executor the will Christina Wenger deceased. Third account and vouchers Henry l. Custer guardian Cora May and Jesse Winspear. Final account and vouchers Hannah m. Shearer guardian Oren p. Shearer. Fourth account and vouchers John Linard executor the will David w. Kennedy deceased. Second account and vouchers Gearge w. Forney executor the will Jacob Reed deceased. First account and vouchers Philip Shafer executor the will Egidius Hein Ley deceased. First account and vouchers Franz Baker guardian Emma Baker. Third account and vouchers Samuel Rufer guardian Sarah j., Florence a. And Flora a. Welch. Fourth account and vouchers Joseph Hoopen Gruer executor the will Francis putt deceased. Fourth account and vouchers John Machan and Robert Machan executors the will Samuel Machan deceased. Final account and vouchers Thomas n. Mills administrator Anna Calli Han deceased. Final account and vouchers David Ervin guardian Robert g. Truman. First account and vouchers Jasper if Mitchell Assignee Ananias Harper. Second account and vouchers Henry l. Custer administrator de Bonis non with the will annexed the estate William Welch deceased. Second account and vouchers Jasper Mitchell administrator the estate Lydia a. Burchfield deceased. Eighth account and vouchers Nicholas Frank guardian Anastasia Hoover an insane person. Final account and vouchers Philip a. Garver administrator the estate Henry Fansler deceased. Second account and vouchers Moses Yoder administrator the estate Jacob Miller deceased. Third account and vouchers Henrietta Zimmerman trustee the heirs Mary Waddington deceased under the will Henry Zimmerman deceased. Final account and vouchers Samuel Moore administrator the estate Henry Taylor deceased. Third account and vouchers Jacob Voelm guardian Charles l. Yoelin. Final account and vouchers Samuel Schneiter guardian Flora Abbuhl. Final account and vouchers Jacob Voelm guardian Mary k. And John Voelm. Second account and vouchers John a. Hostetler Assignee Jacob muck y i first account and vouchers John a. Burris administrator the estate Richard neighbor deceased. Second account and vouchers William r. Romig and George w. Tape executors the will Henry Romig deceased. Final account and vouchers Susan Heck administer matrix the estate John m. Heck deceased. First account and vouchers John w. Goudy guardian Laura a., John a. And Catharine s. Varner. Sixth account and vouchers Matthias Delong executor the will j Eske 1 it Elong deceased. First account and vouchers Belinda Coffey executrix the will William Coffey deceased. Fifth account and vouchers Moses 1. Hochstetler administrator the estate Isaac Hochstetler deceased. Final account and vouchers l. A. Cornet Assignee John a. Roenbaugh. Filial account and vouchers Philip a. Garner and r. Kapuzky executors the will John Fulk deceased. First account and vouchers Albert Blickens Derfer guardian William ii. Bigler. Final account and vouchers Oliver Hoover executor the will la Vina Ordrey deceased. Final account and vouchers John Milone administrator the estate William Thompson deceased. Ninth account and vouchers Gordon Gilmore guardian Mary Ann Gilmore. First account and vouchers Reichenbach jr., guardian Frank Curtis and Celia Baker. First account and vouchers Alvin e. Leggett guardian Philip Kaderly. First account and vouchers Samuel w. Walter executor the will a Samuel House deceased. Final account and vouchers b. F. A Shutt executor the will Daniel Shutt deceased. First account and vouchers George Mccartney guardian Frank and Lilly b. True. Final account und vouchers Joseph t. Mccullough Assignee George w. Rice. Second account and vouchers Nathaniel Russell executor the will Hugh Russell deceased. First account and vouchers Daniel Wyss guardian William f., Mary c., Charles h., Flora s. And Christian e. Hanenkrat. Final account and vouchers Elias r. Benfer and w. H. He linger administrator the estate Mary Zeigler deceased. Third account and vouchers David Limbaugh guardian George Lim Baugh. A second account and vouchers Louis Klein administrator with the will annexed the estate Samuel Wenger deceased. Sixth account and vouchers H. Hoover and Charles hummed executors the will Frederick Humme deceased. Third account and vouchers Frank Wible guardian Emma Maria just and Eda Paulina just. Second account and vouchers John Smith jr., guardian Ella Bukey. Final account and vouchers Eli e. Travis administrator the estate Elizabeth Travis deceased. Supplemental final account and vouchers Isaac couts executor the will James Mecue deceased. Final account and vouchers Christian Fisher executor the will Jacob Deitz deceased. Final account and vouchers Jacob Hambach executor the will wend Elin Hambach deceased. Final account and vouchers James Johnson administrator the estate Mary Mackey deceased. Final account and vouchers Nathan m. Mccrary guardian Alice m. Franc. Final account and vouchers Samuel Brown guardian Charles . J. W. Yeagley probate j Udger a january 22, 1889. 5\v4 Sav Al the value a l Ai in. Sellers cough syrup has attained a reputation almost equal to Sellers pills and More Eon id hardly in s a id any Medicine. The syrup should in kept in every family where there Are children and grown up people find it a most valuable Medicine for coughs cold hours less and Throat and lung diseases. The pills Are such a Standard remedy in some parts the country that a family never thinks being without them. Said an old gentleman in Eastern Maryland a Why in be raised my family Sellers spills and i consider them almost essential to a family As bread. In the last thirty years Tony have saved me enough in doctors Bills to for a Cunt Ionedi Star. 6m6 i will offer at Public Laic thursday the 28th Day february 1889, in the town Baltic Tuscarawas county Ohio the following real estate one two Story Frame dwelling House five rooms cellar stable and necessary out buildings and full lot Mill Street. Also one Frame store building with counters and shelving two Story with four rooms above for dwelling. Building four years old. Store room 20x30, 12 feet High Glass front double doors. Full lot except 22x46 feet out Southeast Corner. It is the Best business location in town and a very desirable property. Sale to commence at 1 clock p. In. Terms made known Day Sale 7w3 ii. E. eight. Rang let it True. 1 have been under . Sulm s treatment for deafness the past two months. I was very hard hearing and for tha time i have been under treatment i have improved to a remarkable degree so much so that i can hear almost As Well As Ever and am still improving. I cannot recommend the doctor too highly. Mary Wilmoth 74 years old. Kenton Ohio dec. 24, 188h. Iw4 the handsomest lady in new Philadelphia remarked to a Friend the other Day that sin knew Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs was a Superior remedy As it stopped her cough instantly when other remedies had no effect whatever. So to prove this and convince you its Merit any druggist will give you a Sample bottle free. Large size 50 events and $1. Farmers Jefferson township will please take notice that we will run our chopping Mill every tuesday each week. Your patronage is solicited. Yours respectfully 5w3 Brown a Skoula. Houses for Sale a number desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Enquire at times office. For Sale Exchange a business room and Stock general merchandise in a Good business town 600 inhabitants in a Rich Community in Tuscarawas county. Stock will invoice $3,000. Information can be had at the times office. Of for Sale 207 acres half mile West Aurora Centre two Good houses barns granary living water Etc. Terms easy. C. W. Amp Mcc. Hurd 102 amp 104 water St., Cleveland 6w3 any person in need a first class typewriter should not fail to write to W. Kolli Stone Creek o., for catalogue and Sample writing the world typewriter. Prices$i0 and $15. A Fossil Tortoise found in the City Perpignan in the pyrenees is four feet Long and thirteen feet in circumference and is the largest specimen in existence. A what is Talent to Day a says Grant Allen a a would have been Genius yesterday what is Genius to Day will be but Talent As men reckon to Morrow

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