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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - February 21, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times it Bush Kekry thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill a a is posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. Spack. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y r. One Inch. 1 1 00 $ 2 00 $ 3 00 $ 5 10 three inches. 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 00 7 .�?~>0 12 50 22 50 half column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. K 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 bus Ness notices. Ten cents per line volume Philadelphia o., thursday february 21, 1889. Number business directory. John w. Nixon m. A. Physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the Ltd lying formerly occupied by l r. Linker Tolyl Parks m. P., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building Bouth Broadway. Residence two doors Softli a p depot. 41 prances Romieu. Attorney at Law and notary Public. Office in the Mclane Block. New Philadelphia. Ohio. John s. Graham attorney at Lav and notary Public. New Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court Blouse. On North Broadway. 4-Yl j ii. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House. North Broadway. 4-Yl Camuel 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 Lummel Block second floor. Joseph p. Murphy slavery amp feed stable Pinill Isburgh. Ohio. First class rigs far All purposes. Office Aud stable near Railroad depot. Oct. 25. 44mt� Bucklen Warnaca Salvo. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores. Bettor chapped hands chilblains. Cores and All ska eruptions and positively cures piles no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller a son. 6y2hew Philadelphia times. Executors notice. The undersigned is the legally appointed and duly qualified executor Ltd the last will and testament j Acob Opp. Late Tuscarawas county deceased. All Persona interested will take notice and Govorun themselves accordingly. A a John l. Kennedy executor. January 17, Lusu. 6w3 Babcock Hurd amp ., wholesale grocers 106 108 water St., Cleveland. Ii. Babcock. Ii. Hurd jr., Babcock 11. A. Bishop Mcclelland Hurd wholesale agents for the Union Coffee ., limited new York for the Sale their celebrated Alaroma and bunt a brands roasted Coffee. 21yl the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. 77. T. Minx is proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms. Table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. 4->yl 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 horse s Teeth in Good condition. Spavins and ringtones Best treated by the actual Canter. 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 Stylo desired Aud to suit every purpose. Saw Mills and Wood working and feed Mills shafting. Pulleys belting and Mill supplies. Also a Large lot Good second hand engines and other machinery very cheap. Harms machine depot. V7 k 99 first ave., Pittsburgh. A. 48yl Money to loan first mortgage farm Security at Low rates interest. Loans Only taken r three years More Aud 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. Ii. Ross Gene a agent new Philadelphia Ohio. 42m6 october 11, Isis. Low tourist rates. For $17.ho a first class round trip ticket Good for do Days with Stop Over privileges can he obtained 1 from St. Paul to great Falls Montana the coming manufacturing Centre the Northwest a a stimuli a Only s5g.00 Saint Paul m a to Helena and similar reduction Sefa Hail a. Firn from posits East and South. Rates correspondingly As Low will be named to Points in Minnesota and Dakota upon puget hound and the Pacific coast. For further particulars address d. R. Mcginnis trav. Passenger agent Columbus Ohio H. Warken general passenger agent St. Paul. Minn. to Montana via these. Paul Minneapolis an Manitoba Ray. A magnificent daily train Venice Quot the Montana will be inaugurated november 10, 1888. Elegant dining cars drawing room sleepers handsome Day coaches a and free colonist sleepers with Kitchen and lavatory. The Only line to the three great cities Montana great Falls Helena amp Botte j for maps and general information in quire your own ticket f. I. Whitney Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday february 31, 1889. Hummel Bloch second floor fast High St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 Orthe new times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.81-00 if not paid w within three to s a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A a address All matter intended for publication to the times. Mrs. Cleveland gave her last saturday afternoon reception at the White House the 16th inst. It was a Brilliant affair. More than one thousand persons were said to be present. The new fourteen Story office build in Chicago which was nearing completion and owned by f. R. Owens collapsed sunday. Thero were but few workmen in the building and All got out Lizzie Rudy a sixteen year old school girl Navarre has been arrested the charge murdering her illegitimate child. The murder was committed by casting it into a cesspool. Frank masters a married Man who is charged with being the father the child has also been arrested. Rev. Keys the m. E. Congregation has been conducting a series meetings. I is efforts have been crowned with Success As quite a number were United with the Church. His Able and masterly sermons Are attracting much attention and a crowded House awaits 1 is efforts each evening. Rev. Keys is one among the Ablest the m. E. Conference. He was ably assisted by presiding elder Domer. A a list Ning to the mocking persons who had their ears to the a a phone in new Philadelphia monday afternoon heard some delightful singing by a couple gentlemen who were amusing themselves in the a a centrals at Dover. Memnon a theban statue which we Are told discoursed such eloquent music when touched by the beams the morning Sun is nowhere beside the modern the the week. The Cadiz people Are still prospecting for Gas and Oil. They completed a Well last week that is said to contain a Good Oil find but the members the company Are reticent and will not disclose its real capacity. Parties Are coming in from Pennsylvania and securing leases. They Are considerably excited and we Hope the Cadiz people have struck it Rich. Messes. J. Crandell Walter Cran Dell Fred. Wright and Frank Smead All Jackson Michigan Are now engaged in putting in the roller process machinery m the steam flouring Mill messes. Miller amp Billett. The Mill will have a capacity sixty barrels per Day. They will also retain the Buhr Mill so that Farmers can have their own wheat ground if they desire. A boy by the name Joe Chmeleck whose mind had become depraved by dime novel literature deliberately murdered the two daughters his half brother and their Mother at London Minnesota the night the 16th instant and then blew out his own brains. The deed was unprovoked and without any known cause other than a depraved mind. Such is the result novel Reading. The capital the Republic Costa Rica in Central America was totally destroyed by a series earthquakes commencing december 29th, and ending january 10th. The City contained a population 20,000. Two three Hundred lost their lives and a thousand More were injured. Other towns in the Valley suffered much. This was a Beautiful City which is now a mass ruins. The City a destruction is As Complete As that Pompeii. St. Paul Minnesota. Gen l . And Tkv tags to the L. Amp w. Railroad company is laying track and extending its Road up the River to Burlington the Point where the right Way the w. Amp l. E. Road ends. The two companies will build the link to East Liverpool. The East Liverpool crisis says the results this move Are quite numerous and As follows a the Wheeling amp Lake Erie will get to Bellaire. The c., l. Amp w. Gets a Toledo connection and puts the w. Amp l. E. In connection with the b. Amp o., and by a link to be built in the upper part Martins ferry both the c., l. Amp w. And w. Amp l. E. Will get to the Union Bridge and the projected Road from Bellaire to Liverpool is made an easy two Young men Brothers named Albert and George Avery sons a wealthy Farmer near Youngstown this state went to Wyoming territory in december last to learn to be cow boys and to buy a ranch. They were stopping with Daniel Stockwell another Ohio Man whose experience As a Stockman dates Back to last August. Stockwell and the two averys took advantage the Light Snow the 15th, to go Rabbit Hunting not knowing the effect that the sight a Man foot would have cattle. They noticed when near Independence Rock a noted land Mark a drove three four Hundred cattle running towards them with Heads and tails High in the air. Stockwell took the hint that the Herd was making for them gave the warning and started to run. Tiie Avery boys ran a Little Way and turned and fired at the Gattle and Stockwell ran to a place safety. The Avery boys were soon trampled to an unrecognizable mass. One the first lesson to be Learned As a cow boy is never to go foot in sight a Herd cattle that has been handled Only by men horseback. Go to Eagle Hall to Morrow night. Born to . And mrs. De. Ditto a baby girl. Scarlet fever has broken out at wings Burg Wayne county. Or. Daniel Wyss is confined to his bed this week with jaundice. Or. Chas. Houpt has sold his residence South fifth St., to . Philip Gintz. Alfred Bailey and family leave this week for their future Home at Lebanon Tennessee. The ladies the m. E. Church will hold an easter festival. A notice which will appear later. Or. Heffling Gilmore was in town tuesday. He informs us he is in the race for representative and will make the boys Hustle. Mrs. J. T. Of Donnell was called to the bed Side her sick Mother mrs. Kilgore who is visiting her daughter mrs. Armstrong in Indianapolis ind. There will be a citizens meeting in Eagle Hall Friday evening this week february 22d, to consider the question founding a Normal school Here. Prof. T. Palmer will speak. 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. W. Amp Mcc. Hurd 102 amp 104 water St., Cleveland 6w3 score one for our former fellow townsman and brother Quill River Alex Butts. The current comment Kinsley ka., pays the following High compliment to Alex a your Kansas exchanges fail to score a credit Mark in our liars column this week but the deficiency is More than made Good by the a Kansas notes Man the Kansas City Star. In fact it is our private opinion that All the liars in Kansas Alexander Butts Missouri is the holy Moses Alex please explain and keep up the reputation your dear old Tuscarawas Home. On sunday last an unknown Man was instantly killed in the Dennison Yards. A Stock train had just pulled in and stopped one the Side tracks. The deceased and a Stockman was standing the caboose the Stock train. The switch had been inadvertently left open when the Yard engine starting for another part the Yard ran through the open switch the Side track plunging into the rear end Tho Stock train killing the unknown Man and injuring a Stockman. The deceased had his person a ticket for canal Dover and $11 in Money but no papers by which he could to identified. The following taken from a Southern paper is published for the Benefit business men who Are opinion that advertising done to a talk about the benefits advertising Down in Florida not Long ago a family lost a child which they supposed had strayed away from the House and got lost. After searching in vain for three Days the frantic parents placed an advertisement in the newspaper. Imagine the Surprise the parents upon going to the door the next morning to see a monster Alligator upon the door step where he had disgorged the child Alivo and then died himself. The a a add Cost them 25 cents and it gave them Hack their Darling child they sold the alligators hide for$5, and the parents Are showing the child in All the dime museums the country at $50 per week. Does advertising a birthday dinner. The ladies the lutheran congregation this City will give their usual Washington birthday dinner and supper in the basement the Church the 22d february. The following will be included in the Bill fair roast Turkey Chicken and beef Chicken pie Cranberry sauce corned beef boiled Ham baked Beans All vegetables the season All kinds pie and cake. Oysters and ice Cream will be served extra. The y. I. W. Of the congregation will have for Sale a number useful articles. Everybody is cordially invited to attend. The above notice was haded us for publication last week but from oversight was omitted which we very much regret a Normal school. The Pennsylvania company will commence Selling excursion tickets to Washington d. Cand return account in amp figuration a february 26. Or. James Crossan a Well known citizen Uhrichsville died thursday last heart disease after a Long illness. A a r a graph. Forty have joined the Domestic club Only requiring ten More to Complete it. Remember Only fifty can join. For further particulars Call address j. Joss 33 West High Street new Philadelphia Ohio. The following marriage License have been granted Jacob Blind to Elizabeth Frank Henry d. Davis to Stella a Clemen Josiah Weiner to Laura Stone. Any person in need a first class typewriter should not fail to write to j. W. Rolli Stone Creek o., for catalogue and Sample writing the world typewriter. Prices$10 and $15. Or. We. Lash Bolivar is engaged this week As auctioneer in Selling goods for e. Frilly amp ., this place. Or. Lash is a first class Public Salesman and is at present the Only licensed auctioneer in the county. The Orrville Crescent states that a minister Green township Wayne county last week visited three Brothers in the same Day. At the residence one a marriage occurred at another a death and the third brother was be fast with sickness. A norwegian Engineer locates leaks in a ship while in dry Dock by filling the vessel with smoke. The leaks Are soon shown by an escape Smo a the process usually requiring Only thirty forty minutes. Transparent paper for supporting the sensitive films used for photographic negatives Lias not been entirely satisfactory. For several years thin celluloid plates have been tried and . Carbutt states that during the past year these have been made a prefect lightweight substitute for plates Glass. Some the leading citizens our town Are agitating the question aiding the establishment a Normal school at this place. The Opportunity is now at hand. Prof. I. Palmer agrees that if a building is erected he will lease it for a term years and will then buy the building. He guarantees a successful school. This is what new Philadelphia needs a a Good Normal school College. It will Benefit the town in Many ways. It will cause Many families to move to town to educate their children. It will afford a Good Opportunity for the Young men and Young ladies the town to finish their education. The society it brings is first class. It will be the Means circulating considerable Money in the town that would not otherwise be spent Here. There Are several families in town who keep boarders that could be benefited by boarding the students. The financial citizens the town should take hold this matter and form a Stock company to erect a suitable building. A rental can be had that will a Good per cent the capital invested. There will be a meeting at Eagle Hall Friday evening this week for the purpose discussing the subject. The citizens Are invited to come. Samuel Rufer and William nagely have formed a partnership and opened up the Blacksmith shop at Rufers 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 news about town. It is the current report about town that Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs is making some remarkable cures with people who arc troubled with coughs sore Throat asthma bronchitis and consumption. It is guaranteed to relieve and cure. The Large bottles 50 cents Anc $1. Miss Lutie Miller who started with a company in new Philadelphia a few weeks ago met with a serious Accident while playing at Bellaire Ohio february 9th. One the stage hands had carelessly thrown in the wings a pick used in the play and upon making her exit her foot came in Contact with the Blade the pick making a fearful wound in the ankle. With last sunday the Pennsylvania Railroad company began a new order things that will be watched with the deepest interest by the whole country. From that Date this company will haul sundays none but live Stock and perishable freight. On the Pennsylvania Central the time included in this order will be from 7 clock sunday morning until 7 clock monday morning and the handle from 7 clock saturday night until 7 clock sunday . Una limed letter. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office february 19, 1ss9 miss Precilla Metzgar Peter Xci nacre 3, . B. Frank Miller mrs. Margaret Robbins mrs. Ida Riggal . James s. Bowman a. Q. Beem miss Geniveva Brown . Thomas Davis miss Alice Collins . George w. Frey we. A. English mrs. Mary Vlaughn miss Ella Kline miss Louisa Hall mrs. Maggie Johnson . George t. Headrick . J. R. Jackson . Jas. A. Miller. If not called for in fourteen Days will be sent to the dead letter office. Please say a a e. Degreif p. Preparation for the inauguration. Any person who will look at a map the United states will perceive what an important part the Pennsylvania lines will play in swelling the attendance at general Harrison a inauguration. At Chicago St. Louis and Cincinnati their trains will be boarded by residents those cities and passengers from the West Southwest and Northwest. Tho number will be increased by those who come from the Interior cities and towns Ohio Indiana and Illinois. In order that proper care May be taken this Host pilgrims to the capital the Pennsylvania lines will place in service their entire equipment Ivsich is More extensive than that any railway system in the United states. Cheap excursion tickets will be sold from All stations and cars run through without change from All principal Points. The Yards and tracks the Pennsylvania Railroad at Washington will be kept Clear in order that trains May be moved Back and Forth without interference. For full information regarding rates and service apply to the nearest passenger ticket agent the Pennsylvania lines. Hook binding. Magazines music periodicals Law and medical books ruling and Blank books made to order at the lowest possible rates. Missing numbers supplied. J. J. Cioppino amp ., Cor. Seneca and Long St., Cleveland February 21. 3mc.from Rush township. Clark Kail a resident this Creek is giving magic lantern exhibitions in surrounding school houses. Isaac Louk residing near Stillwater has made an assignment for the Benefit his creditors. It appears that notwithstanding the promised millennium by our Republican Campaign orators in Case the poor american sheep would retain its protective Tariff coat our agricultural friends Are not As prosperous As they should be. Our Friend and neighbor Stephen Johnson one the most sturdy and uncompromising democrats a gentleman whose position democratic affairs is never in doubt is strongly urged for trustee this Spring. In this connection it is perhaps appropriate to say that he will make an intelligent member the Board. An extreme Republican partizan member the Board and one who never lets an Opportunity slip to remind his fellow citizens his Superior knowledge remarked last election Day he could not see Why a Law was not passed to hold the election for president in All the states the same Day a place in the school room would suit this wis acre better than a position As a Public officer. Some time ago a petition was circus curated for Tho establishment a new Post office this Creek it was to be known by the name Linard. Nothing has been heard the matter since. The scheme was engineered by our Brainy Squire so As to have a private office for himself near his Home. Me thinks the department must have been informed the True state affairs. A so Long i notice the following advertisement in the Putney it owl a a if you Are out Money i will help you to some at once. In one month your pockets will bulge out with Silver. Send 25c. For samples and terms that will induce you to engage at once. Direct Gnadenhutten Ohio is Given As the address the advertiser. To protect some Gullible persons i desire to say that the a a add is a fraud. The known assets samples the advertiser Are his daily earnings As a labourer. Spot him. One t. B. Rankin is circulating the report and attempting to create the impression that his influence reduced the Republican majority in this township from 4s to 19. The object in View is the creation a sentiment in his favor in his canvass for the legislature and his perfect control the party machinery. The fact the Case is that last Spring at the largest caucus Ever held Here he was completely set Down upon and his advice forever ignored what claim this renegade politician has upon the democratic party is beyond my comprehension. I do not believe lie Ever voted a straight ticket in his life. Not openly but in a cowardly sneaking manner he has attempted the Decat such democrats As Janies Patrick jr., j. G. Patrick judge year Ley commissioner lash h. Ii. Porter and others. His position the question personal Liberty and my German fellow citizens will admit this not to be the least important Oneis Well known. We will admit he is not a prohibitionist no he is in favor License and he wants the License put at $10,000 each. This much for his liberality. Nobody but a Knave after such a record can have the impudence to ask favors the democratic party in the line legislative honors. A Man generally first will ask Hie own friends for favors. Why does not t. B. Follow this Precept i Havo no doubt his Republican Brethren will Grant his ambition with the desired nomination. A Democrat he never was and therefore should not look for help in that direction. It is an undisputed fact that the democrats in this township were never better organized than last fall. No thanks to Judas Iscariot however. They were under the leadership that old timer e. B. Westhafer Newport assisted by m. L. Kennedy Charles helter t. Mcadoo and James Milli Ken. The former visited most the democrats and All doubtful voters personally and i have known him to be Riding Day after Day rallying the democratic forces. It is largely almost solely due to his energetic management that we made such a Good showing. Rankin had nothing to do with the canvass whatever he was sulking in his Hole. Men like pm b. Westhafer the party will never ignore they would be a credit to any position in life and their fealty and allegiance to the principles the democracy would entitle them to recognition everywhere. Down with mugwumps and renegades who want to use the party a influence for personal pecuniary advancement is the sentiment. R. Itic. A new Connecticut Blue canal Rover. Connecticut is still the land a Blue Laws a if one May judge by a Bill introduced this week by . Hall Stratford in the Connecticut Senate. The Bill provides that a whenever a married woman shall neglect her household duties and the care her husband and children and shall employ her time and service in earning Money for her own use the husband May give notice to her employer and subsequently her earnings shall become his property and he shall have a right action to recover it. This act shall refer Only to marriages made since april 20, 1887.�?� in old times when a woman was charged with being a Witch Sho was thrown into the water. If she sunk she was innocent. If she was drowned in proving her innocence that was part Tho trial and could not be helped. If Sho floated that proved her a Witch and Ehe was put to death at once. It will to something the same Way with Connecticut wives if senator Halls Bill finds favor. If the woman works for her husband and family she is entitled to no Money because All the labor she performs in her husbands House belongs to her husband and if she earns Money out the House the husband is now to have that also according to senator Halls Bill. Now to make matters More nearly equal some senator should introduce a Bill that when a husband neglects his family and earns Money which he keeps to himself his wife shall be entitled to collect so much the husbands earnings As will enable her to support her family. Lucy Stone. Rolling Mill Here has closed Down for repairs. Hope will be in full operation again soon and be enabled to make a Long and steady run to the Mutual Benefit All parties. Eugene Smith and miss Emma dear Dorff Dover were married tuesday evening last week and intend to go to House keeping in . Calendine a House second Street. The Groom is one our most sensible and energetic Young men and the Bride a Good sensible Young lady. Success be with them. An association known As the Peoples total abstinence society has been formed in this place. The movement originated with the rolling Mill workmen and cannot help but be Benefit to those who live up to the intentions the society. A room in the Rick sucker Block Lias been rented and fitted up where All parties Are Welcome. A Reading Rolt m will be started in connection with other Means amusement and instruction. We wish the boys god Speed. Our ice men Are in very Good shape now and the prospects Are that there will be plenty ice for All purposes next summer. The ice harvested is fair thickness and Good Quality. A number parties broke through while at work and while there were no fatal accidents several parties were badly frightened besides getting thoroughly soaked. Henry Miller son p. Ii. Miller p. Of this place paid his folks a visit this Winter after an absence ten eleven years. Several Days since he was married to a miss locker Massillon and thursday last started toward Idaho which will be their future Home. Mrs. Louis Barndt wife Louis Barndt this place died Friday last week and was buried sunday last. Deceased had been sick for some time with consumption from which she died. A sister hers died Only a few weeks since from the same cause and the report is that . Shalliol formerly Dover and a brother the deceased is affected with the same trouble. Invitations Are out for a select dance at Excelsior rink evening feb. 22d. Those attending will have a pleasant time As every facility and convenience that goes to make up an enjoyable time will be furnished by the enterprising managers. The entertainment at town Hall by the Dover dramatic club under the management the hand boy evenings feb. 15 and 16, w As liberally patronized by our people. Women is. Women was fairly Well rendered All the characters doing Well and a few them excellent. All in All the entertainments we Ere very enjoyable and judging by the appearance were thoroughly appreciated by the audience. Taking everything into consideration saturday evenings eff Ort was the Best performance we have seen in the Vilall for Many a Day. A movement is foot to build a new school House in what is known As the Oak Grove. A committee was sent to Toledo and we believe another is to be sent in an opposite direction to investigate and examine buildings systems ventilation Etc. An election will be held some time Liis month when the question bonding the school District for the sum $35,000, for the purpose building a school House will be submitted to the voters the District. If no children under the proper school age Are now in the schools More room is undoubtedly needed and if the work is undertaken it should be done right and with reference to future growth. What is to be looked to is that the work is honestly and conscientiously done and for that purpose look to the Spring election members the school Board. Grafton. Inauguration announce31 mention. Excursion arrangement via the Pennsylvania line. Excursion tickets to Washington d. C., for the inauguration will be sold from All ticket stations the Pennsylvania lines february 26th to March 3d, and they will be Good for return passage by trains leaving Washington not later than March 8th. The round trip fare from new Philadelphia will he $11.00. Special trains will be run to Washington to accommodate the tide inauguration travel and special coaches and Pullman cars will be attached to regular trains. For Complete information apply to the nearest passenger ticket agent the Pennsyl Van Maxines. 9w2 a woman a discovery. A. Bates is visiting friends at Philadelphia. Mrs. Oliver spent a few Days in Canton last week. Glad to see our Friend Wilbur Miler with us again. Will Ulman Massillon spent the Sabbath in this City. De. Arnold and wife Massillon Sun Dayed in this City. Miss la Savidge visited miss Emma Deis a few Days last week. Mrs. Geo. Austin Mckeesport pa., is visiting friends in this City. Miss Emma Snyder visited miss Lena Bissmann Dover Friday. Miss Helen e. Barnhill is visiting the family . Russell at Trenton Horace Baily Wayne Burgh visited his brother Edward the past week. Miss Cornelia Lytle who has been very ill with diphtheria is convalescing. On saturday last . John Schrader and wife lost their Only child who has been ill for the past month. She was a Bright Little girl and reached the age about ten months. She will be interred in our cemetery tuesday this week. Rest in peace. The Saloon folks have got their ice houses filled at last. They got a Quality ice averaging six inches in thickness. Having disposed my property and am going out business will sell my entire Stock buggies at Cost All my own make. Chas. Houpt new Philadelphia Mrs. J. X. Strickmaker gave a very pleasant Tea party saturday evening last. _ . And mrs. H. B. Hay leave this week for their future Home in Coshocton _ miss Carrie Mcllvain has accepted a position in the Harrison National Bank Cadiz. _ . John Strickmaker and wife canal Dover Sun Dayed with friends in this City. _ F. Carnaham Dennison spent Friday and saturday with friends in our City. Miss Ida Brown Uhrichsville was the guest miss Marne Criswell the first the w Eek. Miss Lou Wilson spent the Sabbath with her parents Rev. John Wilson and wife Canton Welty and wife spent the Sabbath with the family Hon. Ross j. Alexander at Bridgeport. Or. Joseph n. Strickmaker photographer has gone to the Western part the state for a weeks visit. Miss Carrie Houpt left wednesday for a few Days visit with miss Beck Morehead Uhrichsville. Or. Grant Mitchell Canton spent the Sabbath with his parents h. K. Mitchell and wife North Broadway. Mrs. Andrew Patrick and mrs. Mary Judy left for Washington d. C., wednesday morning for a few weeks visit. Misses Marne Criswe Ell and Gertrude Spence entertained the euchre club to the Home the latter Friday evening last. Miss Minnie Powell n. P., left londay morning for a visit two three months with relatives at lock port will ., Illinois. Married. On sunday february 10th, 1889, at Tho residence Justice Adam g. Regula . Henry Rausch and miss Margeret s. Art. The Squire tied the knot. Or. R. Will take his Bride to Dakota where they will spend their future Days. Died a another wonderful discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this county. Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for seven years she withstood its severest tests but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent. For three months she coughed incessantly and could not sleep. She bought us a bottle . Kings new discovery for consumption and was so much relieved taking first dose that she slept All night and with one bottle has been miraculously cured. Her name is mrs. Luther thus write w. Hamrick amp ., Shelby n. �?get a free trial bottle at f. Miller a songs drug store. From Stone Creek. Death has again visited Newport o., and made Desola another household by robbing it one its most Essen Ial members mrs. Ruth Hornell the wife n. G. Hormell. She was born in Guernsey county Ohio in 1834, and died at her Home in this place feb. 9, 1889, aged 54 years and 11 months. She United with the m. E. Church at Smyr Nia at the age 12 years and remained a faithful member until 1864. She then came with her husband to new port where both United by letter with the m. E. Church. Here she continued a consistent Christian until death. She leaves a husband two daughters and five 6ons, besides Many other relatives to mourn her death. As a neighbor she was respected and highly esteemed Ancl with her kind and sympathetic nature won Many friends. As a companion she was a Loving Hel meet and a True devoted Mother. She had been afflicted with stomach and heart trouble for several years previous to her death which deprived her Many pleasures which she otherwise could have enjoyed Anc the one most precious to her that at tending the Means Grace regularly none knew their duty As a Christian better than she did and it can be said her that she was a Humble Follower Christ. None her children can Ever say a a i never heard Mother the contrary they May join in that Beautiful song a a i had a praying Mother she led me to the shrine a Etc. Her funeral services were held at the m. E. Church at 3 clock p. Discourse delivered by Rev. Williams pastor in charge. Text was from ii. Cor. A 1-4. Her remains were taken to the Newport cemetery for burial. Safe at last Dearest Mother thou Hast left thy Home below and have gone to find another free from sickness pain and woe. Though we loved thee thou Hast left us Mother All thy troubles past for the god that hath bereft us called the Home Safe at last. And although our hearts Are sad Mother All our cares Christ Well cast. Father children Sisters Brothers All May meet thee Safe at . To the members the a Domestic club and to any person who May intend to join the same and to the Public generally i have a few words to say last week i got hold a circular in which i saw that some person persons with the name John Joss at the head and Tail end the circular As manager scheming to club together 50 persons who Are in need a sewing machine and proposing to sell to each member a Domestic machine for fifty dollars. He further tries to make the people believe that they cannot buy the Domestic machine for that Price in any other Way except alone through this club system. Whoever can believe such a statement can go to this club and make use this Golden Opportunity As they Call it in their circular. If you come to me any other Good agent in the county you can buy All the Domestic machines you want from $33 to $35, any other first class machine at same Price such As is generally used from no. 2 to no 5 and second class machines for less with $5.00 additional for weekly monthly payments and machine delivered first payment. I can do better yet by giving you a better machine than the Domestic at same Price namely the new Home and household. I also sell the new improved High Arm a Elias Howe just As Good As the Domestic which Cost five years ago $1.50 More than the Domestic at wholesale prices. This machine i can sell you from $28 to $31 in Cash and $33 to $36 weekly and monthly payments. This is the ruling Price that single machines have been sold for for the last few years. According to the above statement each individual can save the weekly monthly plan from $10 to $12, and the Cash plan from $15 to $17, the club 50 machines weekly monthly plan from $500 to $600, and the Cash plan $750 to $850 the Domestic any other first class machine. On the improved Howe each person can save $16 to $19 weekly monthly plan and can save $19 to $22 the Cash plan. The club 50 machines the weekly monthly plan can save $700 to $800, Aud for Cash $950 to $1,100. This is Worth looking after. Now the members the above club any person intending to become a member thereof can see at a glance that it is not necessary to be clubbed together by a manager to get a sewing machine and from $10 to $22 More one machine and from $500 to $1,100 More 50 machines than the Ordinary prices and have nothing to show for it except to be involved in a a drawing a and everybody knows what that is for what they Call a $150 music Box which i claim is practically no value to any member should he he Lucky enough to draw it. When More than one machine is bought at a time from me i can give an extra per cent off the above prices according to the number. For further particulars and information Call at my office and sales room no. 58 South Broadway and consult a Man who has been dealing in sewing machines for 21 years and i will guarantee that you will leave my room entirely cured from club fever. H. Eckert. Public Sale. I will offer at Public Sale 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. Terms made known Day Sale. 7w3 ii. E. Espenschied. Three farms in Montgomery county kansas�?400 acres in ally will Trade for a Good Stock merchandise Price $6,000. Address lock Box 88 4, Independence . 17tf i As agent for Rosanna and Gottleib Gasser will sell at Public auction the premises r. And g. Gasser in the town Philipsburg in Jefferson town ship Tuscarawas county Ohio saturday the 2d Day March 1-889, 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 inter est at 6 per cent. 7w2 Jacob Schaffer. For Sale.�?20 acres land situated in Goshen township Tus. ., Ohio Large Frame House Good stable and out building Orchard apples pears peaches Etc. This property is within a Quarter a mile the Goshen Coa 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 Prem ses and which find ready Sale. Apply at the times office to Henry Burton the premises. Oct. 4. 41m6 presented with a Bible. Indianapolis feb. 9. This afternoon the family Bible which has been purchased by subscriptions from Tippecanoe veterans was presented to general Harrison. It contains a Large number signatures per haps the most interesting being that James Hubbard 104 years age who served in the War 1812 As a scout under general Harrison. The Bible is i very handsome Book. Of interested people. Advertising a Patent Medicine in the Peculiar Way in which the proprietor Kempis Balsam for coughs and colds does it is indeed wonderful. He authorizes All druggists to give those who Call for it a Sample bottle free that they May try it before purchasing. The Large bottles Are 50 cents and a. We certainly would advise a trial. It May save you from consumption. Peach Trees bloomed in Maryland but have been killed by old tramp. Written for the times. We heard a rap one evening outside the Kitchen door the maid with some one speaking we heard but nothing More. The Maiden now grew bolder our orders to obey a a the supper sir is Over a we heard her loudly say. Then came the heavy foot fall slow retreating feet As groping a round the sidewall he sought the Frozen Street. When through the chamber window we saw him Limp away we Felt a Pang sorrow for to his hair was Gray his face was Pale and pallid when passing by the Light a flood burst our eyelid which hid him from our sight. We to Tho Kitchen hastened our orders to recall when strangers ask for rations maid feed them one and All a a a done to think it too much labor to feed the hungry poor if Only bread and butter give that if nothing dear Reader feed the hungry who Bear the human stamp who come and ask you humbly although a ragged tramp. Some Day he May return it when you have lost your store and needing food and raiment. Stand begging at his door. He May return your kindness though least expected now in hour deepest anguish May Bathe your famished brow. May be your Only witness securing your estate your title and inheritance beyond the Golden Gate. W. A if. If at night i go out in darkness ill roam if i go far away ill have far to go Home. If the Road i will take i must stumble it through if i go through the Field i get wet with the Dew. If i meet a mad Bull twill endanger my life if i stay in the House i will never get a wife. If i should get a wife will she prove to me True if marriages a failure what then will i do if i have a Good judgment it never shall be. If i choose to stay single the better for me. real estate transfers. Compiled in the Offlee the recorder deeds Alfred Bailey to we. Hill part lot 507, new Philadelphia $1,050. Sheriff Bowers to Daniel Ilo Hstetler. 115j acres Auburn $2,600. Ii. Slingluff to Philip Meyers lot 3, Dover $300. G. H. Beans to Melissa Beans 45-100 acres Goshen $400. James Cady to we. 11. Cady part lots 452 and 453, Uhrichsville $800. Of Donnell to Melissa Beans 76-100 acres Goshen $1,226. A. In Johnson to Susan r. Mccurdy lot 22, Dennison $2,800. A. Scheu to Zac. T. Hammond log. 280, Dover $3,400. J. G. Rattler to we. L. And Allen b. Kline 5 83-100 acres Salem township $650. John Figert to John w. Kinsey 141, acres Goshen township $10,500. David w. Knight to Isabella a. De Moth lot 28, Gnadenhutten $825. A. J. Simpkins to j. V. Mccutc lot 25 Gnadenhutten $450. Christian Stocker to Peter Goettge 56 acres Salem $2,300. John w. Oliver to Rachel a. Rippeth lot 12, Union township $80. William ii. Ii. Stephen to Emily Fox and Mary e. Waltz 20 acres Goshen $900. Maurice Moody to John Rothe strip land Dennison $75. Adam Deibel to Peter Deibel 1c acres Auburn township $3,200. William ii. Ii. Stephens to Sara Stoneman 20 1-10 acres Goshen $1,00. Isaac Gibbs to Ici Nanuel Gibbs exp to160 acres Dover $2,100. Sarah Stoneman to we. H. . Ens 1 acre Goshen $660. Henry Causer to Richard Funk lot i East Shanesville $250. Peter Meyers to John f. Hartline 4 acres and 5 feet Franklin $,500. A. Vinton it Al to g. W. Stoutt 51. Acres Franklin $3,000. Chicago Milwaukee Siht. Paul Ray. Steam heated and electric Lighte. Vestibule trains to St. Paul Ana Minneapolis. Finest dining cars in the world. Through sleeping cars to Denver. The route the first a Golden excursion tickets to Colorado excursion tickets to California. Everything first class. First class people patronize first class lines. Ticket agents everywhere sell tickets Over the Chicago Milwaukee a St. Paul railway. 7w3 Houshm for Sale. A number desirable residences in. New Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Enquire at times ice a for Choice and fresh groceries go to g. A. Senhauser West High Street

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