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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - February 27, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill tacs posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the Quot times advertising rates. Space. 1 3 to. 6 to. 1 y . One Inch. $ 1 00 s 2 00 3 00 5 00 three inches. 2 001 5 00 7 50 15 09 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 27, 1890. Number 9. Cleveland and Marietta railway. In effect june 16, 1889. Going North. Stations. Going South. No. 4 no. 2 no. 1 no. 3. 1040am 200am la Parks by. 1100 100 1140 250 look 1201 1212 652 Caywood. 931 044 am 1218 658 Stanley. 925 038 1283 714 Whipple. 910 623 1243 725 Warner. 900 013 1257 740 Elba. 846 559 1 >4 747 Macksburg. 839 552 111 7.54 Dexter City. 832 545 115 759 South Olive. 828 540 121 805 Dudley. 822 �?�533 130 815 Caldwell. 815 520 140 825 belie Valley. 802 510 140 834 Ava. 752 506 155 .840 Glenwood. 746 �?�500 201 846 it pleasant. 740 4.4 213 858 Byersville. 720 411 232 918 Cambridge. 709 425 238 921 Oldham a. 659 415 24.5 931 Millers. 052 408 255 941 Kimbolton. 642 353 300 946 Guernsey. 037 253 .307 953 Post boy. 03i 317 1003 no motown. 020 337 327 1010 Wolf a. 711 327 339 1 23 Philipsburg. Goo 315 314 1029 Blackband. 555 309 3-50 10.3 Turners. 550 303 4 i 1045 canal Dover. 549 253 422 1107 a Val june. 1055 pm 63- pm Toledo. 74. 945 1219 Cantou. ,128 1015 110 Akron. I23i 225 Cleveland. 115 108 Buffalo. 540 through coaches trains nos. 2 and 3. He tween Marie to Canton Alyon Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Mari Etta with c w amp b a c in and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with b a 0, East and West at newcomer Stowe with p. C a St 1. East and West at Dover with claw and c and a North and East at Valley Junction with w a l e and Valley Ltd a. W k Richards. Gene i pass age to a. T. Wikoff Gen manager. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh k. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday february 27, 1890. Lummel Block second floor fast High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 Fly Tiu new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following Kates one year in if not paid within three mods 1.50 i the Street railway sure. A remit sauces should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A so a address All matter intended for publication to the times. John Jacob Astor the Many times a millionaire new York died suddenly heart disease the 22d inst. The Rich die As Well As the poor and they can to take their wealth along either hence they go out this world As poor As the poorest humanity. The Man who drove let a. Cronin to his death was arrested in St. Louis the 17th inst., by detective Thomas Chicago lie was positively identified and agreed to return with the officials without a requisition. This arrest will probably throw new Light the Cronin Case. The trial those who tampered with the jury in the Cronin Case is now in Progress. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect May 12, 1889. Going East. Stations. express local. Leave new Philadelphia 6 25 a. 2 . 1 00 . Canal Dover. 6 45 a a 2 10 a a 130 a a Zoar. 7 15 a a 2 25 a a 2 00 a a Mineral Point. 7 30 a a 2 31 a a 2 31 a a Magnolia. 8 00 a a 2 46 a a 2 59 a a Waynesburg. 8 10 Quot 2 51 a a 3 07 a a Malvern. 8 35 a a 3 Elk a 3 25 a a Oneida. G 45 a a 3 06 a a 3 32 a a Minerva. 9 00 a a 3 15 a a 3 45 a a arrive Bayard. 9 20 a a 3 25 a a 3.55 a a Alliance. 10 05 a a 4 25 a a Cleveland. 12 50 . 6 35 a a Wellsville. 1215 Quot 4 50 Quot Bellaire. 4 50 a a 8 5 Quot Pittsburgh. 7 t-0 a a going we St. Stations. Mail. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. 610 . 12 45 . Bellaire. 4 4ii 10 10 Wellsville. 8 15 2 40 Cleveland. 8 00 1 05 Alliance. 10 25 3 10 Bayard. 10 55 4 15 7 10 . Minerva. 11 03 4 25 7 25 Oneida. 11 12 4 36 7 55 Malvern. 11 17 4 43 8 35 Waynesburg. 11 28 5 00 8 55 Magnolia. 11 33 5 07 9 20 Mineral Point. 11 47 5 27 9 55 Zoar. 11 53 0 ,15 10 10 canal Dover. 12 10 p 1 1 0 00 10 40 arrive new Philadelphia 12 20 a 0 15 11 00 the a tinted slates go Vermont Sells to the lowest bidder the exclusive right to take fur seals from the islands St. Paul and St. George Alaska. Secretary Windem opened the bids monday last week. There were twelve bids. Some bids amount to upwards $800,-000 per annul. Who will now say Alaska is no value to the United states. Attorney general Miller has Given an opinion to the Secretary the Treasury that the territory known As no Many a land is included in the Eastern judicial District Texas and that criminal offences and violations internal Revenue Laws committed there Are cognizable in that District. The governments jurisdiction Over Titis territory has been a matter dispute for Many years. At an adjourned meeting the Council thursday night last the ordinance granting the franchise to the Tuscarawas Street railway company was passed by a vote four to two. Considerable delay was caused by the changes asked for in the ordinance As first passed. The Road is to be begun in Good Faith before april 1st, 1890, and the Road completed so far As to have the cars running Between the two towns and to our Public Square by september 1890. The ordinance provides also for the Propper ballasting the Road by that time within a reasonable time thereafter. The paving clause was stricken out As the statute would require the company to pave within the rails when the town paves. The ordinance is now As requested by the company and there is no reason Why the company should not accept it which it is required to do within 30 Days. If the Road is not built now it will be the fault the company. We have Confidence in these gentlemen and fully believe the project will be carried to completion. We sincerely Hope no citizen will throw any obstacle in the Way. We Hope the Street railway company the Telephone company and electric Light company will Endeavor to accommodate each other As much As possible if any inconveniences arise in the Way each other. We want All these improvements in the town and we. Feel that the corporation and people will try to do a Good part by All. These Public the weeks doings. The Banner House was sold at sheriff Sale monday to Joshua p. Grim for the sum $3,050. 1 have fifty organs and Twenty pianos which must be sold at once. Address j. I. Longhorn Newcomerstown,0.8w2 the contest for the worlds fair came up in the House Congress monday and Chicago won the eighth ballot. The business the electric Light company is increasing so rapidly that . Kurtz went to Cincinnati tuesday to procure an extra Dynamo. Have just received a communication from Dundee at the hour going to press which is too late for this will correspondents please write earlier in the week ? the dinner Given by the ladies Emanuel a lutheran Church the 22d, was a grand Success making in All $112. The ladies thank the Public kindly for their generous patronage. Make a move for a Normal school in new Philadelphia if you want to help Boom the town and Aff Ord a Golden Opportunity for your children to get a finished education at Home. Near Jackson Ohio while Saunders improvements have already proven a Buckl and his cough Letetia Buck stimulant in business and especially in the value real estate. Our town personal mention. Or. And mrs. Dahmer spent the 22nd in our City. Mrs. David Raiff and Little Frank Are visiting in Coshocton. Charlie Geckler is visiting his parents at Zoar station this week. Harry ditto and wife will be found at Home West Ray Street. Banker George Johnson Uhrichsville was in town monday. Miss Heyda Newton Canton is visiting her parents in this City. John Angel and wife Lorain o., Are visiting relatives in this place. Alex. Ilin Gartner and wife Are visiting Canton friends this week. From Pike run. From Zoar. Clarence Stockwell Cleveland is visiting his parents Here. Mrs. Kohr Dundee visited new Philadelphia friends monday. Or. Browning Cleveland is the guest . And mrs. Jackson. All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for the West connect at Alliance with trains the a great fort Wayne route a running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates Faro etc., apply to a a. F. Milk agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. James Mccrea e. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Pas. Age to Pittsburgh a. Valley railway. In effect december 2, 1888. Going South. Stations. Going North. No. 3. No. 7. No. 4. No. 0. 1115am 4 15pm a Cleveland a 9 24am 2 30pm 1202pm 5 68 Peninsula. 9 03 i 1 42 12 30 5 37 Akron. 8 55 1 15 1 28 0 33 Canton. 7 55 12 15 2 15 7 25 a Val a Jet la 7 05 11 30am business directory. Prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office n the Mclane Block new Philadelphia Ohio . Vail dentist. Centre Block new Philadelphia Ohio Over citizens National Bank. Office 44yl John w. Nix in m. Do a physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Tinker. 51yl it is a wonder the capitalists the Republican party do not ask for Quot Protection a against English capital. Their interest Market May be interfered with if English Money keeps pouring into the United states. The latest move is the $30,000,000 Purchase the Chicago Stock Yards. English Banks will be the next move when the breweries Iron and flouring Mills Are All gathered in. The recent cold weather if it had continued would have pinched the wheat considerably because the tenderness the Root caused by the previous warm growing weather. But the wheat is All right yet and the season is now past for danger from the Farmers will doubtless be rewarded with a Bountiful Harvest even if the Price is Low and scarcely remunerated for the labor growing the wheat. Must and will go if we pull together As citizens and encourage people and manufacturing interests to come in. We have the nicest town its size in the state with a population Over 5,000. In five years it will have 10,000. Now let us encourage a Normal school and some new manufacturing industries. The result the elections in Berlin Germany the 21st inst., was a great Surprise to the emperor and Prince Bis Mark because the great gain the social party. The socialist party increased 33000 in Berlin. There Are the following parties there German conservatives imperialists National liberals centrists German liberals socialists poles alsatian democrats Danes and Independent liberals. The government party fails now to have a majority. The mixed complexion the several parties which were combined to make majority renders the policy the government Uncertain the conservative element has had control heretofore. It is said Prince bismark will resign. This election is evidence the fact that despotic government is weakening in Europe. All countries Are approaching nearer a government the people for the people and by the people. Let Kings and princes beware the rights the people Are based upon the divine Law and must prevail in the end. Jesse d. Elliott has been seriously ill this week but is now recovering. The newspaper Man who will obtain advertising by a false claim circulation is guilty obtaining Money under false pretences and should be punished for it. Advertisers should demand an affidavit As to we k now newspapers claiming four five Hundred larger circulation than they actually have. Look Only to be tricked by a publisher that will do that. John s. Graham 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 Blouse. On North Broadway. 47yl j h. 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 Jit Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to Bis care in Tuscarawas. Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second floor. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat safaction. Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by f. C Miller son. 6y2 patents. Ii. Amp a. Lacey procure patents in tie u. S., Canada and Europe 20 years experience. Preliminary examinations As to patentability inventions free. No attorney fees in Advance for obtaining u. Patents. Full instructions in patents terms etc., sent free. Address r. S so a. Lacey Patent att is Washington d. C. Feb. 2, �?T88yl dissolution notice. Notice is hereby Given that the co partnership heretofore existing under the name Lieser a Gruber in the general mercantile business is this Day dissolved by Mutual consent. Or. Gruber will continue the business tie old firm assuming All responsibilities and to whom All indebtedness must be paid. Fred. Lies Ell Daniel Gruber. Philip Surg 0., feb. 6, do. Sw4 children cry for pitchers Castoria. When baby was sick we gave her Castoria. When she was a child she cried for Castoria when she became miss she Clung to Castoria when she had children she gave them Castoria. South Dakota seems to be in rather destitute circumstances. They have no seed wheat. The wheat sown in that country is Spring wheat and the season is near at hand when they will need it. The great majority the Farmers there Are unable to buy. Unless Aid is furnished the Farmers there in time to sow their crop they will be left in a very impoverished condition. An Effort is being made by both Public and private subscriptions to raise Money for that purpose. The coloured republicans North Carolina arc making it hot for Harrison a administration. The few White republicans have monopolized All the offices and arc not willing to Divide with their coloured Brethren. The coloured people make up nine tenths the Republican party and feel that they should be recognized in the Way appointments. They now threaten to Bolt the party and strike out for themselves. There is Only one Way left for the g p to maintain itself and that is by usurpation a departure in which they Are proving Apt scholars under Boss Reed. Sixteen woman crusaders the Village Spie Cardsville were arrested last week for demolishing a Low Saloon in that town. Great excitement prevails. Nearly All the leading citizens the town turn out with bands music and banners to accompany them to the town Trenton the place for preliminary hearing. The citizens Trenton meet them with a delegation 300 at the train and receive and entertain them during the trial. It will undoubtedly influence an acquittal. Ninety percent the people stand by the women. The movement was started by a widows son getting shot in the forbearance oftentimes ceases to be a virtue and summary punishment is thereby endorsed by the masses though technically in violation Law. The Young menus Christian association this place is deserving credit for the excellent course lectures it has Given the people the town by some the eminent lecturers our country. It has demonstrated the fact that our citizens Are appreciative something solid and instructive and will patronize a Good lecture. Having been so successful in the past there is no doubt but what we will be favored in the future with like opportunities. Crowded houses greeted the lecturer every occasion and All expressed satisfaction. The y. C. A. Is a creditable organization and is wielding a Good influence in our town. May the Good work go . Ley were Riding horseback a few Days ago lightning killed the Young Man and his horse. The Young lady was not seriously Hurt. Rev. J. Breitenbaugh Dover filled the lutheran pulpit last Sabbath. Subject for morning Quot Friendship a and in the evening Quot Washington and the Day we Ite is an eloquent speaker and held his audience spell bound. Tie Blue and the Gray will hold a reunion at Vicksburg Mississippi 25th to the 30th May 1890. All Union soldiers Are earnestly requested to attend. The invitation is Given through the press by request the Secretary Eugene a. Gulibert. The american association for the advancement science meets this year at Toronto from aug. 27 to sept. 3 the British association at Newcastle Tyne sept. 11-17 the French association at Paris aug. 8-15. Great meetings Are expected. An official report upon one the most disastrous boiler explosions record attributed the Accident to the ignition Coal that had collected in the flues. Recent observations show that explosive is sometimes developed in steam pipes. The next meeting the Tuscarawas county Pomona Grange will to held at Gnadenhutten in Neider hawsers shall the 8th March 1890. All fourth degree members Are earnestly requested to meet with us. Meeting to commence at 10 clock a. J. Wenger Sedy. Is the town Blakes Mills lock port to be taken into the corporation new Philadelphia ? we understand there was a movement to that effect some time ago. If this is to be done it should to consummated soon before the enumeration is taken. We May then be Able to have the free delivery mail system. Attend to this now. Our Friend de Dick met with a very painful Accident the other Day. Lie was doing his chores about the barn when unfortunately he ran against the prongs a Pitchfork which was lying the floor covered with Hay. One the prongs penetrated his foot near the instep making a very ugly and painful wound. He walks with a Limp now. Howard Smith Newcomerstown Sun Dayed with friends in this City. George Knisely and wife Canton spent sunday with relatives in this City. Or. William Wallace went to Youngstown last saturday a pleasure trip. Thomas Baird Oneida a. Y., Sun Dayed in this City with his Friend Janies Linn. Or. And mrs. Charlie Dick entertained their relatives this week with a Turkey feast. Elder j. A. Pounds Cantono preached at the disciples Church monday evening. Thomas Parker that sound to the Core Democrat Uhrichsville was in town monday. Mrs. John d. Cunning Trenton is visiting the family Henry Schweitzer this week. Dora Zellner Lias broke ground preparatory to building himself a residence West Ray Jennie and Julia Jones two Uhrichsville ladies were the guests Emma Burri Over sunday. Or. And mrs. George Welty spent a few Days in Uhrichsville the guests . And mrs. Will Smith. Rev. Simon and wife left Friday for Letonia to attend the funeral the Grandfather the former. Auditor Kinsey a dog was shot monday. He is probably with sex she rift Bowers dog Tommy now. At j. D. Longshore a music House Newcomerstown organs $35 to $125.00. Pianos. $190 to $400. 8w2 the congressional redistricting Bill for Ohio As agreed upon by the democratic caucus puts Tuscarawas Muski Ngum Coshocton and Licking together to be known As the fourteenth District. The Bill came up for its third Reading Friday and if it had not been for the tactics the democrats would have been Defeated because the absence so Many democrats acting upon committees at various Points the state. A motion to adjourn saved the Day for the democrats. The democrats should get together and pass that Bill As soon As possible. This Bill gives the republicans six members. Saturday the Beautiful american Flag was unfurled to the Breeze from the top the school building. The school children and teachers were prepared Lor the occasion and appropriate exercises were Given. It was Washington a Day and the g. A. Boys were in charge the ceremonies Flag presentation amp a. The marshal music stirred up the Loyal hearts a thousand school children and prepared them to enter into the Spir t the occasion. The a with the spectators composed quite a Little army who gathered to do Honor to Washington and their country. Married february 19, by j. H. Booth j. P., . William Davidson and miss Hannah Middleton All Dennison. Harry c. Wells formerly this City but now Newman ga., is Foreman a Large Collar factory in that City. We wish him Success. It. Received too late for our last Issue. J we have Bright prospects Good work Here once More. Both mines Are going to run steady and at their full capacity. We had quite a Surprise Here last saturday when the news reached our ears that . Ben round and miss Barbara Lepple had been to Wheeling and got married. They Are both Barnhill. There is to be a new store opened Here. They will sell cheap and for Cash Only. Or. E. Hibbs is very Low but we Hope he will soon recover. Miss Blanche Hibbs and miss Cora Beans were Down to Uhrichsville last week spending a few Days with friends. Quot How is Fertie and All girls a la Grippe has about lost its grip in this place. Or. Park Hill says he is getting a rest and has time to bake his own biscuits now. There is a certain crowd boys Here that go Over to Goshen once in a while to a dance but i suppose Charlie Beans will stay at Home since Katie left him so bad saturday night. Beware my boy for Lydia is sure to hear your Little tricks. To understand that b. F. Beans will be Home soon after his Long stay in the West. He and his wife will then Lake a trip to new York to Purchase a new Stock Spring millinery goods. Or. John Kline our energetic Barber is going to build a new shop. Or. Lewis Greenwalt has quit keeping a meat Market and is going to Start a new kind a store which he Calls a Quot butter and egg store. Or. George Beans has opened up a new meat Market under store Beans amp Shanks. We had another meeting the Citi Zens this place and they Are bound to have it incorporated so we might As Well submit. Harvey Mathias has come Back to the old place and is going to sell medicines. Daniel Mathias has reformed since he got so badly bruised in the fight the other Day. Good for you Dan. School will be out in three weeks for the Winter term. They have done Good work this Winter. U. Know. F received too late for publication last week. As our quiet Little Village and its surrounding Points is never represented in your columns we thought we would from Tuscarawas. Two funerals were held Here in the lutheran Church the past week namely miss Lizzie Schindler and old Mother born. The former was a visit to Rel write and let your readers know that natives in Indiana and while there had we Are still among the living. An attack la Grippe after which wet weather and Muddy roads Are pneumonia which terminated fatally. The order the Day. About ten twelve our labourers Are sawing lumber about three Miles Southwest town. Sam Rieker prepares the meals for this Jolly course Sam excels in the culinary Art at least he promptly Calls the men from their work every Day about 12 clock by blowing an old tin Horn which alarms the neighbourhood far and wide. Have a a Good time boys Wile you May. School is in full Progress under the supervision miss Zahner Shanes Ville and . Bir Neler this place. Saturday last Louis Zimmerman Levi Bir Neler and Jacob Sturm repaired to their Ball grounds to enjoy a game Ball. This looks exceedingly business like for the cashier Zoar to be Able to play Ball saturday which is usually the busiest Day the perhaps Louis thinks pleasure first work afterwards. Myron link has recovered from an attack Grippe. Jacob dishing is around he had a slight attack pneumonia. August Kuecherer is the sick list but have not been Able to learn what ails him. A Rumor has reached us that they had taken Obed i turf to the insane Asylum. We Hope he May recover his mental faculties soon. Mrs. Smith spent a Day with mrs. Link this week. Nick Folk will move his farm South Zoar station in the Success to you Nick in the farming business. George Lengerer sr., has a sore Hope he May recover the use it soon. Miss Sarah More hard has the Grippe. When the spirit seizes us we May write again until then Adieu. Anon. From dutch ii allow. Philip Gintz breeder thoroughbred Wyandot to chickens. Eggs for Sale at 50 cents per 13. Address Tuscarawas p. O., Tuscarawas county 6w8 wanted. Salesmen to introduce and sell our Fine Stock in their own write for our special terms to salesmen during the present season. Exclusive territory granted. Salary and expenses paid to Good men. Address at once Selover amp Atwood nurserymen Geneva new York. Oct. 3, 5m judge Hamilton one the judges the common pleas court Cleveland Lias just rendered a decision that is interest to druggists. Charles ii. Dustin a druggist had been summoned to appear and pay the Dow tax by the auditor upon the ground that he had sold liquor without a prescription and was therefore engaged in the traffic. The court held that where a Man goes into a store and secures a drink by saying that he wanted it for medical use where As in some cases a woman with a sick child had asked for liquor saying she must have it immediately and could not wait for a prescription that it could not be held to be a traffic in liquors and that the druggist was not liable in such cases. A country journalist utters this mild protest Quot a doctor will sit Down and write a prescription in five minutes paper and Ink one fourth a cent and patient pays $1, $2, 85, $10 As the Case May be. A lawyer writes ten twelve lines advice and gets from $10 to $20 dollars from his client. An editor writes a half column puff fora Man pay fifty cents to $1 for putting it in Type prints it seven dollars Worth paper sends it to several thousand people and then surprises tiie puffed Man if he makes any lion. A. T. Ready and Thos. Himes went to Columbus yesterday morning to have a Bill passed to enable our City to vote upon Bonds to the amount $30,000, for the purpose aiding manufacturing interests this Means that our town is bound to Progress. _ our democratic legislators should Hustle and not be caught napping again As they were last week the redistricting Bill. The times Only one Dollar a year. Lightning played havoc with the electric Light and electric Street railway wires the evening the 19th inst., at Akron in this state. At a single Flash every Moter the eight Miles railway was burned out stopping the cars and leaving everything in darkness. The Telephone Exchange had the wires burned out. The storm effected the wires Here to some extent. Mondays papers contained an account a murderous assault being made upon Duncan let. Harrison manager a theatrical company then playing an engagement in Chicago by three actors ii. Blinker who gave his name to the police As Coulter p. Cook and another who escaped. Harrison was severely Cut about the hands and arms and would have fared very badly had it not been for the interference the police. This Brinker is undoubtedly the ii. Coulter Brinker under whose a personal directions the new Philadelphia dramatic club presented in this City the drama a waiting for the verdict a a year so ago. With fond recollections the past Brinker now languishes repeating the words the above named drama. There was quite a Lively scene enacted sunday afternoon at the residence Billy Lyle coloured. Several the new coloured population who came Here to work at the pipe works secured boarding and lodging at . Lyle a. Everything moved along serenely until i a change was made in their diet from j three to two meals a Day when two the boarders Jerry and Clarence West 1 objected. They were told to go but this they refused to do until they got j their being refused this re j quest they proceeded to make Home rather Africa How by throwing fruit jars scalding water cooking utensils and breaking in doors. Mrs. Lyle was struck in the breast with a Stone Jar and was severely kicked. One the gentlemen Jeiry received his Quot things when the marshal gave him a pair a cuff so to Wear As far As the lockup. The other one is roaming yet but Sweeney and Hamilton Are after him and if they done to get him it is Only because he has gone West. Harmount sold his dwelling property West fair Street last monday to . Merchant for $7,000. Or. Merchant will make new Philadelphia his permanent Home. General Hurst Chillicothe o., department commander the g. A. R., was Here saturday and addressed the old soldiers and others at the g. A. Entertainment saturday evening. Later. The incorporation the Village Barnhill begins to assume a More definite shape the necessary Money for surveying and platting same being subscribed. Or. Hoover will be Here wednesday to make Survey and the same will be presented to the commissioners at their next regular session. The people Are in favor it. Of course there Are some kickers but some people would kick if they were being banged. The ones who kick the hardest Are the ones who complained the loudest in the past the lawlessness and disorder that run riot in this place. Some these stick in the mods May be likened to the dog in the Manger and seek to retard the wheels Progress because they cannot he big toads in the puddle upon the pretext that it will increase taxation. We arc informed that there is very Good Prospect a manufacturing establishment in the shape fire Clay Brick works starting in Barnhill. The site is a very desirable one the farm John Rutledge. Negotiations Are now pending for Purchase site by a company represented by a. J. Baggs. If site can be secured operations will be commenced at once. The works will be a Large one giving employment to two Hundred men. An Accident occurred Here saturday which it is hoped will prove a warning to the adventuresome lads who have been in the habit jumping and off the Flats when the shifter is taking out Coal. A boy by the name Beaty eleven twelve years age while engaged in this perilous pastime got his feet under the wheels in some manner and the result is that he will be handicapped in the Battle life by the loss a foot. A business change took place Here last week by which the general merchandise store formerly conducted by e. W. Mathias in k. Of p. Building has been transferred to Shanks Swihart amp co., with . Swihart Massillon in charge. Or. Hutton Sherrodsville is the guest . Parkhill at the Baclic Ldora to Hall this week. A Barnhill is to he a Money order and postal note office and postmaster Oliver wears a seven by nine smile in consequence thereof. Stroller. Horace Hall is at St. Blairsville this week attending the trial the Man that stole a watch from him last summer he having been indicted for a similar offence at that place. Miss Madelon Lehman gave a Large party at her Home West fair Street tuesday evening last in Honor miss Lola Cook who left thursday for her future Home in Steubenville. Willie eldest son Peter Glazer while playing a game at school with a Large wooden Knob a few Days ago was badly Hurt by some one striking the Knob with sufficient Force to hit the boy in the forehead badly cutting we understand this is the third time this boy has been Hurt playing that game. Protracted meeting is in Progress at Hartwood under the management . Shuman several the Young folks our Community arc much delighted As they will have some place to go now. Or. Charles Stocker who has been working in the shops at Dennison since Corn husking and had started out the Road As brakeman got Hurt recently by being bumped from his car but is now Able for duty again. John Westphal is riving clipboards for win. Hill below port Washington. Andrew Wolf near Gnadenhutten started for Iowa wednesday feb. 19th, intending to locate where his cousins Mary John and Fred. Miller a Andy has the Best wishes Many friends. Miss Mary Westphal is working for Robert Hill port Washington. There is plenty mumps in our Community and we hear some the Young people arc lamenting More because they cannot go to meeting than they Are about the mumps. The Palmer family three in number have All been sick mrs. Palmer with lung fever and . Palmer and Evans with the Grippe. Evans is Able to be about to attend to the feeding the Miller boys done their feeding for a few Days. Or. And mrs. Palmer Are mending slowly. Mrs. Hamilton Parrish who died last week was interred in the River ii ill cemetery last saturday. Miss Della Huston is seriously ill. The Light from the Well at Gilmore can be seen from Here. They have been having plenty there Tor some time but it would not Burn being known As Quot Chin .�?� Fritz. W. Can talk. From reaver dam. W. Holland is sole agent in Ulrichs Vilie for cases Barley malt Rich and pure it is a Fine tonic for the weak and feeble. It strengthens the lungs. 9w4 if you want any information about Western tourist tickets tickets to any Point West South write c. Belknap excursion and ticket agent p. Box 674, new Philadelphia Ohio. 9tf miss Hester Kuhn from Salem Ohio was the guest . And mrs. Alexander this City and also attended a very pleasant party at mrs. Routzen heifers last thursday evening returning to her Home Friday morning. Drunkenness Liq cur h to it 11. Or. A. Lightel is very sick at present a his recovery is doubtful. We Hope for the Best. Quot aunty Smith is suffering with the Grippe. Mrs. Harvey Smith has also been very sick with stomach trouble. For several weeks mrs. Jas. Scott has been at the bedside her Mother mrs l. Smith who is now convalescing lung fever. Mrs. Arthur Latimer new cum Berland visited her two daughters m iss Mary and mrs. David Gilmore a few Days last week. Miss Ollie Tilberg has left our Valley for a while. She is staying with George Kreigl a family near new cum Berland. Messes. Frank Huston and Alber Hutchison visited friends at Mineral Point last week. A very interesting literary is being held at the Beaverdam school House every wednesday evening. By the Way miss Libby Mckee is one the most successful lady educators the county. Mother Arnold who is stopping with her son Kirkwood also mrs. Kirkwood Arnold have been the sick list nearly All Winter. Is Sibley. Her age was about 22 years. The latter has been ailing for some time and it was not expected that she could re recover As her age was against her. We did not learn her age. G. Galbraith has moved his family into the lutheran parsonage and will still hold Forth in the store room As p. M., merchant and j. P., where he can be found ready to satisfy your wants in any the above named vocations. Some time ago Gotlieb Zeigel sold his property Cherry Street to Edward Hirning. week he bought the property f. D. Kinsey and will get Possession the first april. We understand that f. 1. Kinsey intends moving to port Washington where he will he better located to prosecute his business namely life insurance. He is a Good citizen and has a Nice family and we Are sorry to have him go. E. A. Myer moves into the property he bought r. Galbraith tomorrow where lie can be found ready to wait his customers whom he will try to please and All May be assured Good honest work As Well As the latest styles. Or. Wynette a House is up and under roof. It will soon be ready for the plasterers and finishing touches and then for business. We understand . Andrew Ilir Ning intends moving in the House where Gotlieb Zeigel now resides having leased his Coal mine to c. Minnich and no doubt moves Here to give his children a better Chance for schooling As they have quite a Good ways to come now. There have been some Steps taken towards repairs at the Sharon Church such As slate roof outside painting and possibly other repairs which Are much needed and will make a great improvement besides preserving the property. Ii. C. Minnich is making a new opening for his Coal mine As the old one dipped so that they were unable to get the water away. By making a new opening they expect no further trouble in the Way water and the Cost will not be As great As to ditch and then not be sure further trouble. Or. We. Lehr is building a new barn the property bought e. A. Myer and intends carrying the livery business and will also keep hotel. After he once gets started he will be glad to Supply the needs those who desire anything in his line and no doubt will treat All with Courtesy and respect. He should be patronized. C. J. Nungesser has been having quite a time with the opening his new Coal mine tie Benedict Moery land by the striking a lot Quick Sand but we believe he has got through but it Cost a Good Deal Money As Well As work. U. X. Lore. Thirty million Dollar Deal Between English Syndicate and Chicago capitalists. Trying to soothe the kickers. From Hagersville. Washington feb. 19. The exposure the political insurrection among North Carolina negroes Lias aroused the dormant energies the White republicans this stale and they Are flocking to this City to pacify the coloured politicians North Carolina who Are holding indignation meetings in All the hotel lobbies at All hours the Day. Several North Carolina nominations have been Hung up in con sequence and the appointees came to Washington in hot haste to Day and hustled around among the coloured men endeavouring to pacify the kickers. State senator Williamson who has been in the North Carolina Senate for twelve years is one the most indignant the delegation. Quot the White republicans a said lie this evening Quot Are becom ing alarmed at our demonstration anti Well they May. We Are made tools by those White politicians at election time and then dropped and we have about concluded to quit. Personally i think the sentiment among republicans is to let Harrison kill himself politically and every move he makes in our country is in that direction. I am fighting for principle. Or. Cleveland offered me the Mission to Liberia but i declined it because 1 am a Republican. Now we Are in i want my race the scandal is assuming such serious proportions that it is Likely that the Star kickers will be silenced by Good positions. _ banners in the Ohio legislature. We understand that thirty five Farmers belonging to the legislature Ohio have formed an organization whose object is to further the interests legislation intended to Benefit there Are Points both in favor and against such a movement. Thirty five men acting with a Mutual understanding can certainly do More than they can do As individuals. In their organized capacity they hold a kind balance Power which is liable to prevent obnoxious legislation and they Chicago Fehr arg 22. A morning paper says Quot the Union Stock Yards Chicago the largest in the world will doubtless soon be sold to an English Syndicate. The Price this enormous Plant with its acres land Miles live Stock pens and various sources Revenue is $30,000,000, and a number Rich englishmen Are ready to Exchange that sum Money fora controlling interest in it. Quot last saturday Walter Potter the Boston firm Potter Lovelle amp co., sailed from new York the Steamer Etruria bound for Europe and carrying the authority the Stock Yards company to close the Sale. It is understood the negotiations have passed beyond the stage discussion for reliable information warrants the statement that a contract for the Transfer has been signed. The terms the contract Are As follows Quot first a Cash payment $ 15,000,000. Quot second Bonds in the new company for $10,000,000. A third the Issue preferred Stock to the present stockholders in the sum $5,000,000. Quot to those who know . Potter the fact his engagement 111 the negotiations for the Transfer is in itself a sufficient guarantee that the Sale will be Nade. He is known to the capitalists my financiers new York Boston and Chicago As the most successful Man n America in the management those Large transactions. His reputation is As great in flu rope As in the United states and perhaps the English capitalists and investors have More Complete and perfect Confidence in him than in any american engaged m the negotiation Large transfers involving enormous sums Money. A . Potter perfected a the arrangements which gave to the far cells and other Chicago men the contract for the Texas state Capitol for $5,000,000. Lie placed in Europe the Bonds the electric welding company to tiie extent 3,000,000, and during the last year has successfully completed negotiations aggregating in the sum total their value Over $60,000,000. Quot it is Likely the Sale the stuck Yards will be completed before the first april and the Transfer formally made. In a institution so Large and conducted by a system which has been the result thirty years experience the change in ownership will hardly cause any Radical changes in management. Quot the terms tiie Sale really mean that the English company pays in Cash $15,000,000, half the Purchase Price f he Bonds for $10,000,000 will be first class negotiable securities. The Bonds will certainly command a Premium and like the Issue Stock for $5,000,-000, will hardly be permitted to go beyond their first owners the present stockholders. The consideration $5,-000,000 in Stock gives the present company a one sixth interest in the new one while the Bonds $10,000,000 gives them the option being the sole Columbus dispatch. Poor humanity. The common lot is one sorrow say a at least tie pessimists they who look at the worst Side. Certainly what would otherwise be a Bright existence is often shadowed by some ailment that overhangs it like a pail obscuring perpetually the radiance that else would Light the path. Such an ailment and a very common one is nervousness in other words weakness the nervous system a condition Only irremediable where inefficient improper Means Are taken to relieve it. The concurrent experience nervous people who have persistently used Hostetler a stomach bitters is that it conquers entirely us per sensitiveness the nerves As Well As diseases so called which Are invited and sustained by their chronic weakness. As the nerves gain stamina from the great tonic the trouble disappears. Use the bitters for malaria rheumatism Billiou Ness and kidney troubles.40-6w4 married by Telephone. Electric bitters. To this remedy is becoming so Well in All the orld there is but one cure . J. Hama Golden a it 50 let pull As to need no it can be Given in a cup Tea special mention. All who have used Coffee without the knowledge the j electric bitters sing the same song person taking it effecting a speedy and Praise. A purer Medicine dues not sex permanent cure whether the patient is is arid it is guaranteed to do All that is a moderate Drinker an alcoholic claimed. Electric bitters will cure All wreck. Thousands drunkards have j diseases the liver and kidneys will been cured who have taken the Golden remove pimples boils Salt Rheum and specific in their Coffee without their1 .1 knowledge and to Day believe they Good weather this. To Are still slightly acquainted with . Grippe. Or. De Eckert and wife spent Sabbath with his wife a folks a . D. Forney near the county town. Messes. E. Al and a. A. Garver who Are two Salem townships honorable corps teachers spent Sabbath at Home. J. A. Lang our popular Tanner spent a few Days at new Bedford last week business. We notice by posters that . D. Shoe Man is going to have auction saturday evening March 1st. The dance at Schou Hall last saturday night was Well attended. I for. I needs Candy Man and i Are in a position where it skilfully led lady Friend miss Phoebe Sheu canal Dover Sun Dayed Here. Also . D. Zimmerman and wife and if. Ii. Sheu spent the Day Here with relatives. Mrs. Simon Llis Riek and mrs. F. F. Eckert Are quite ill at present. May their recovery be speedy. Or. Peter Goudy Lias gone West again for a car Load horses. Miss Dollie link is visiting her sister at Canton. Mrs. L. Wright is i it iting her sons at Orrville and Columbus. Our literary society is progressing nicely. Everybody is cordially invited j Pend wholly the Way in which it is managed and that its management will require the exorcise excellent la Porte ind., feb. 20. Minnie Worley aged 22, Telephone Exchange operator at South Bend and f rank Middleton age d 25, in a like position at Michigan City became acquainted Over the wires during their night watches. Finally Middleton proposed in fun that they get married by Telephone and Minme consented. A Michigan City Justice was called in and performed a Legal ceremony but without the necessary License. This occurred last week and passed off As a joke. Now eminent Legal counsel pronounce the marriage Legal and binding and say Justice Dibble is liable to imprisonment for performing the ceremony without the necessary License. The Groom will go to South Bend to see his Bride and divorce proceedings will probably be instituted unless they agree to live together. _ they can make some demands which could not otherwise be presented with the same degree Confidence. On the other hand this new movement m a place where Farmers Are in tiie nature the Case considerably in the minority May invoke other industries to similarly Combine and May create hostility in quarters where it would not otherwise be met with. Looking at it from All sides it seems to us that the usefulness the combination will de the lottery Bill. To attend and take part in the exercises j death has again taken from us one i our choicest citizens . John Mumaw. I he died the 17th, and was interred in our cemetery the 19th. Revs j Schott and Loomis delivered the last sad rites. Or. Had a severe attack j the la Grippe and exposed himself j too soon thereby taking a relapse which he was fifty two s11 Sci a i death an act Tureh i to quit drinking their own free will. No harmful effects results from its administration. Cures guaranteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Address in Confidence Golden specific co., 185 race Street Cincinnati 40yl other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive malaria from the system and prevent As Well As cure All malarial fevers. For cure headache consumption and indigestion try electric bitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed Money refunded. Price 50 cents and $1 per bottle at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. Loss. The the sym a . Elm Igan Lifavi. .a1.ii i / a a weeks Ltd i l i thy Oler an been a with no be member the Man who was Well a whim. He leaves Dren to mourn his family surely have entire Community. And wife Mich id ing the past few parents. We unt it return Home this a Ait t Spondin returned to Barr Der Sta week miss Mary Hostel a few weeks at hone Mills sunday. The great attraction for Thi it week is a show at town Hail tuesday evening. I. Neer. Washington feb. 20. I senator Sawyer introduced a Bill to Day to Amend certain sections the revised statutes relating to lotteries. It i provides that no letter circular concerning the advertisement lotteries so called gift enterprises for the distribution Money by Chance and intended to deceive the Public shall be sent through the mails. Any person found guilty using the mails for this purpose shall be fined not less than $100 nor More than $500. The postmaster general May also upon finding any person engaged in this business instruct the postmaster at the towns to which registered letters Are sent in answer to such advertisement to return them to the persons who mailed them with the word Quot fraudulent stamped the outside. A Good permanent position with a Barley malt whiskey is a perfect tonic Chance advancement is offered by for building up the system. A. Bippus Selover a Atwood nurserymen be amp son sole agents for new Philadel j it a x. Write them Lor terms. Tea. 6w4 i Why out employment ? it is one a the leading nurseries the country. For building lots j 8w2. _ judgement. We have no particulars As 1 to the political complexion the body and presume that it has none. Hoping that it May result in decided Good we i will watch the Experiment with great and Farmer. I trip i ire and Rich possessing All jus properties malt. The no c bases i at West end f air Street new Philadelphia near new school House site very cheap Long time Small Cash payments. John a. Himes at. 42tf Send in your orders for Job work to the times office. We can do it quickly neatly and a 4 reasonable prices

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