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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - January 1, 1891, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times pcbli8bsd Tibt thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicit d. New Philadelphia volume i. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect nov. 23, 1890. Going East. Hew Liila Dellila times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor new Philadelphia o., thursday january my a it. J thursday Vanuatu i 1891. The weeks doings. Mrs. Frederick Citler North St., died monday aged g2 years. 3d the weeks doings. Stations. Leave new Philadel canal Dover. Zoar. Mineral poem Magnolia. Waynesburg. Mallei Oneida. A. Arrive Bayard. Alliance. Cleveland. A Ells Volle. Bella re. Pittsburgh. Stations. Mail express 1 local. It a j 6 25 200 pm 1 00 p a 6 45 Quot 1 2 10 a a 1 2o a a 7 15 a a 1 2 25 a a a it a 7 30 a a �?o2 31 a a 1 55 a 6 00 a a 1 2 46 a a a 18 10 a a 2 51 a a 2 25 4u 8 35 a a 3 m a a 3=1 a a. 8 45 a a 13 06 a a 3 20 a a. 9 00 a a 315 a a 3 40 a a 9 20 a a 3 it a a 3 55 a a 1015 a a 4 30 a a 1250 c 35 a a 12 5 a a 4 5-i 5 05 a a 8 25 a a. 2 20 a a 7 00 a a 1 Wixo West. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 amp the new Philadelphia times will pub sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following Kates one year in advance91.00 if not paid wit Iii Tiree mods 1.50 a Reinit Annees should sent draft registered letter Postoff see order re the address the proprietor. �3�?oaddress All matter intended for publication. To the times. Over 4,000 people have left one county in Western Kansas because drought. Jay Dougherty solved the Welty Box Puzzle and captured for a prize a pair shoes. Mrs. Moses Wright near new Cumberland died saturday aged 73 years stomach trouble. Funeral last monday. Senator Stanford a Vineyard produced 1,750,000 the 15,000,000 Gallons i California during the mail i express local. Leave Pittsburgh. Bella re. Wells Vilie. Cleveland. Alliance. Bayard. Minerva. Oueida. Malvern. 1 610 . I 4 40 i 8 15 7 45 10 2510 50 19 58 .11 08 11 11 21 Magnolia ill 31 Mineral Point ill 44 zoar.i\50 canal Dover. Lev arrive net Philadelphia 12 15 p not 12 45 p. In 10 0 2 40 1 15 3 10 4 15 4 25 4 36 4 43 5 00 5 07 5 27 5 35. 6 00 10 . 25 6 15 7 55 i 3 35 i 8 55 9 20 9 65 110 10 110 40 111 00 All trains Are run Dally except sunday. Passengers for the West connect at Alliance with trains the a great fort w Ayne route running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coach Isis to Chicago. For time tables rates fare Etc., apply to j f. Molab agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. Joseph Wood. A. I okd. Pittsl us ral manager ugh la a. Gen. Pas. Age to Cleveland and m Ari ext a re y. In effect dec. 14, 1890. Going South. Stations going Norte. J in 1 <5 no. 3. No. 1 no. 2 no. 4. Hoopai 1115 am Cleveland. 235 pm it it i it pm 1230pmakron. 117 512 615 127 30 am Canton. Toledo. I.24 420 Quot Tib. 230 us Vajc a r 11j Al 30 it 740 235 525ain canal Dover it 55 316 750 306 535 Turners. Loc 8 6 t7>>6 3 2 540 Blackband. B 33 t3 1 t8 1 318 545 Philipsburg 1 39 253 tril 330 �?�556 Wolf a. 115 244 824 310 5 co motown l j07 237 337 350 �?��>1 Post boy. �?o5i 225 811 357 623 Guernsey. 946 1218 846 401 624 Kimbolton. 939 212 3.55 413 tv57 Millers. 928 202 901 42a 6,45 Oldham a. 922 155 910 428 it 5 i Cambridge. 915 148 446 711 Byersville 850 126500 725 it pleasant 886 112 503 731 Glen Ood. 631 116512 737 Ava. 825 1 0 522 717 Belle Valley 815 1250 532 s<3 Caldwell. 803 1240 540 s11 Dudley. 754 1234547 is a South Olive 747 1225 653 823 Dexter City 821 2-0 600 83 k Macksburg 734 121360 837 Elba. 726 12 �3 619 62 9 848 Warner. 715 i 155 858 Whipple. 7b5 1145641 909 Stanley. 053 113 6.46 911 Cay Wood. 648 1128 705 962 Marietta. 680 1110 840 230pm la Parks 155 i 741 am Flag stations. Through Coa Chefe trains no. 2 and 3, Between Marietta Canton Akron. Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with c. W. A b., t. Amp . Sex. Ry., z a R., and Ohio River Packe p at Cambridge with A 0. East and West with p. Ltd. A St l East and West at canal Dover with c. L. A w. And c. A p. North and East at Valley Junction with w. A l. E. And Valley i y. A. T. Widroff. Gen manager. To k Richards Gtna a pass age to free Silver coinage is the Bug a Bou the present administration. Or. Benjamin Harrison was greatly disappointed not to find the Force Bill in Iris stocking Christ a is mum no. Wine made past season. Europe is slowly catching to american ideas. Vienna has just extended its limits a la Chicago in order to take in ail populous Subu. Is and now she has a population 1.315,020. The Public it the country is overwhelmingly with the democratic senators in their efforts to defeat the Force Bill and will continue so no matter what tactics they May adopt to accomplish the desired end. R Tep the St. Louis Globe Democrat says a the Man who thinks the Republican party would he benefited the passage the Force Bill Hasni to sense enough to keep from grabbing a live electric wire with the if the Bill reducing the pension attorneys fee for obtaining an increase pension to �2, he Defeated in Congress the old Soldier will know How much honesty there is in the love for him expressed Republican stump speakers. Between the Gold men the Silver men and the Bond men the United states Senate chamber is almost As Lively a place As Kilkenny Ireland and the Republican leaders if that demoralized party can said to have any leaders at this time Are in a state bordering distraction. In the meantime the country suffers for legislation to relieve the financial distress. A an old time watch night service will held in. The m. E. Church new years eve beginning at half past nine clock. All Are cordially invited. Bargains in dry goods carpets yarns flannels Etc., at a. Kaderly a store from now until March 1st. Reason foldout to give Possession then. Iw2 John Kaderly will make a Liberal discount most All goods from now to the time Transfer Stock to his successor. Just Call and see. Iw2 Marrit a at the Home the Bride the 25th december Rev. J. W. Dodd . Harvy Thompson and miss Retta Johnson Dundee Ohio. Married Rev. Ii. Schutt at his residence near Baltic o., december 25, . James a. Barr Barros Mills and missmary. Ragersville Tuscarawas co. Ohio. The Christmas concert in lutheran Church thursday night was a grand Success in every particular $32 being the amount taken in and will used toward paying for a pipe Organ. Pittsburg it. Wayne amp Chicago Railroad condensed time table in effect May 18 40 trains depart from Alliance As follows Central Imine no. 1. 9. 11. 3. No. 8. 14. 4. 10. 20. 6. Going West fast line. Chicago express. Mail. Mail express. Going East fast line. Accommodation. Mail. Fast express 9-Lo a Day fax press. 10-30 p t 2-30 10-20 t 9-20 4-50 p m 3-45 t 6-30 3-10 p m m m Alliance accommodation 2-45 p m trains leave Alliance for Niles and Youngstown at 5 a a 12-45 a a and 2-30 p m. Arrive at Alliance from Niles and Youngstown at 9-50 . 4-30 and 8-00 p m. . 3 has Pullman Palace sleeping cars through to Chicago. For time tables rates fare through tickets and baggage checks and further information regarding the running trains apply to the ticket 4gent, Alliance Ohio. Dily. Daily except sunday. Daily except Myndal. A a. Ford general pass and ticket agent. Joseph Wood manager Pittsburgh a. Republicans in Congress fear a d is Cussion the Tariff More than anything else that can brought up and for that reason . Mckinley has withdrawn his Resolution providing that the Tariff Law shall not abrogate the hawaiian treaty. Hawaii is like All the rest the world shut out and from present indications it will remain in that condition until the democrats get a Chance at National legislation. T have for Sale As agent a splendid Stock general merchandise in a Good town with a Large and Well established Trade Stock not shelf worn but first class and will invoice 8 9 thousand dollars that can sold and take in part a Good piece land in Tuscarawas Harrison Coshocton counties. Good store building can sold with Stock if desired. Good reasons for Selling. Address the editor the times. The p. C. Amp St. Louis railway. A a an handle route. Schedule taking effect june 15,1890. Going West. Trains depart from the p. C. Amp St. Louis de Uhrichsville Junction As follows express. 11-05 accommodation. T 5-20 express. 12-15 express. T 3-53 p m going East. Express 2-45 express. T 11-05 express. 2-40 p m accommodation 8-15 p m _ a a a a a everyday. Central except sunday. Through coaches from Uhrichsville Junction to 1 not Surg Columbus Cincinnati Indianapolis and St. Louif Pullman Palace sleeping Gars attached to through trains East and West. For time tables rates fare through tickets and further information regarding the running trains apply to ticket agent 1 Hrichus Ville Junction Ohio. E. A Ford Gen. Pas. And ticket agent. Pittsburg a. Job Kph Wood Gen. Manager Pittsburg a. W a it h a a i it p3 >8 Kyj -3 it it w c5 00 p5 w pm s a w a t k s y. O s s a a a p. A a Coro com a a --4 5 1 i a it it car in 4- r going North. Cleveland sex. <0 .8 8 a x Faff i a 7ih s a Onia scr a h stations. I 1 la Cleveland a. Peninsula. Akron. I a Val a Jet la a i s s w p i a 3 a i 2? co a in u % s co s a in a to 1 1 a it r-4 a to to a e4i-i--ei5 t oooo c. O in 1�?1 to a a y .o2�As Tais a 0 a 1 a c3 a a a a a a c3 it 2 a a a a it 9 a w it u a �?o9 the future the demo Craitic party never looked brighter than it did today and the rank and file the party look As they have a right to look to the leaders the party to exercise the greatest care to see that is step is rashly taken that will have a tendency to mar the brightness that future. If such care taken we have a reasonable right to expect not Only to control the House representatives the fifty third Congress and elect the next president but also to have a majority in the United states Senate softer March 4, 1893 senator Stewart is so far the Only Republican who has dared to stand up like a Man and Tell his colleagues that he would not Bull dozed into supporting the Force Bill which he believes can Only make trouble and very serious trouble if enacted into a Law. His speech which was mainly addressed to the republicans senators was a Strong arraignment the Bill from a Republican standpoint. There Are several other % re publican senators who think with . Stewart but it is not probable that any them will follow his Good example openly attacking the Bill although senator paddock is said to have told . Harrison that he intended to vote against the Bill. I. James Slykes Barnhill died saturday night inflammation the Wels aged 28 years. She leaves a husband and one child. Her remains were interred at Sherrodsville monday. _ save Money now buying goods John Kaderly. The store is soon to change hands and the immense Stock must reduced. No Humbug about p. A great reduction in prices will absolutely made. Iw2 a committee last Kansas leg iffa Ture appointed to revise the state Laws will make a report to the coming session embracing recommendations which if adopted will save the people Kansas 800,000 annually. Thomas Wilson a Workman in the Furnace at Dover met with a painful injury to his hand Christmas Day. The Bones the hand were crushed being caught Between the Frame the elevator and cart for hauling Coke. Miss Mila Fisher step daughter Rev. Baumgartner Winfield died last wednesday typhoid fever and was buried sunday at Dover. Miss Fisher was an estimable Young lady with hosts friends and will sadly missed. Rev. Dodd this City was chosen the new Athens College As one the judges to decide the literary contest Between the two societies the 23d ult. 51 r. Dudd says it was a ver enjoyable affair and showed Fine attainments in the societies. A special train will leave canal Dover january 8th, at 30 p. Standard time for the convenience parties attending the Jackson banquet and will also Stop at new Philadelphia. Parties desiring to attend will govern themselves accordingly. Mrs. E. Ogleby aged 75, died the 19th inst., in Dubuque Iowa paralysis. She was a full sister the late John b., and Thomas Buchanan read. Ilad been a resident that City fifty four years. She leaves a Large Fortune to her two daughters and one son. A Man giving his name As Joseph Lawson was arrested the 29th ult., the affidavit David m. Dickson Dennison charging him with burglar izing the store a. Anathan. He was taken before Squire Malone and after a hearing bound Over to court and in default Hail was lodged in jail. Tie reaper a death. Edward Reidenbaugh aged 17, died at Goshen tuesday morning Brights disease. He was a son we. F. Reidenbaugh Blakes Mills. Funeral today thursday. Chicken thieves Are getting in their contemptible work too frequently for safety to themselves. By and they will strike the wrong Many scoop and then there will a fuss. Last monday night they took some Fine ones from a for the West Ray Street. Betsy Kohr better known As a aunty a died at the residence her Nephew Peter Shriver monday morning at the i age 94 years and ten months. She j had been bed fast for five years due to falling in t sleep. She had been mar rie.1 twice. She was the old St i uly in Tuscarawas county. Funeral wednesday 10 a. M., from lutheran Church. Married Rev. J. It. Keyes Christmas Day at the residence . Pearson Corner sixth and St. Clair streets Joseph Dewitt and miss Annie m. Heathcoc k. Also the Sarae at the Home the Bride North this City Frank d. Stiff r and miss Nora Gooding All new Philadelphia. Also at the m. E. Parsonage Adam Schwab and Clara k. Leonhard both Stone Creek. Larry to Tyndall a conductor the ii Andle Ray was arrested and lodged in jail last week the charge bigamy filed his first wife. It appears that Randal was married to one Lillie f. Jones in the year isso. It is claimed that ins wife had applied for a divorce at Columbus where she resided and that Randall thought that she had already received the decree and consequently he courted and married one Laura a Standard Tuscarawas co. The former wife hearing the latter marriage and not having been divorced had him arrested. Or. Randall is in a tight place with a wife both sides him. The ministers the several churches new Philadelphia and canal Dover met at the lutheran parsonage the former place monday afternoon for the purpose organizing a ministerial association which is to known As a the ministerial association new Philadelphia and canal the members the association will come together every monday afternoon to discuss questions interest to the churches and the Community. The following officers were elected to serve six months president Rev. Keys. . Breitenbach. Secretary Rev. Dunbar. Executive committee a revs keys Kempfer and rust. This Happy season the year brought with it the sting sadness for departed friends to Many. Reverend Herbert Ryan Warren township aged Twenty eight years died the 26th Day december consumption. He had served in the ministry five years and was a Man beloved All Olio knew him. He was buried in the new cum Berland cemetery. A widow is left to represent a once Happy family. On the same Day mrs. Fanny a. Wright it. Tabor died inflame Tion the stomach aged 70 years. Mother Wright was a Good and kind lady and a devoted member the m. E. Church. She was a widow and loaves behind eight children to Battle with the world. She was buried tuesday. Thus Christmas brings its Joys and its sorrow Points about people. Chad. Mcllvain is Home from Wooster. _ a. T. Ready and wife Are in it. Vernon. Mrs. Domer Cleveland is in this City. _ Fred. Teichman is Home from Cleveland. Jno l. Kennedy is suffering with the Grippe. Chad. Coventry Cleveland is visiting Here. John Scott Waynesburg is visiting in this City. A. S. Knisely and d. B. Ludwick Are in Pittsburg. Miss pm Smith is the guest miss Gertrude Spence. Walter Stewart Canton is the guest de. Schweitzer. Taylor Holmes Columbus is visiting parents Here. John Judy wife Ami family f Cleve land Are in this City. Mrs. David Raiff and visiting in Coshocton. Little son Are Sherman Marks Toledo is visiting relatives in our City. Or. James Shafer this City visited Niles friends last week. John Smith and daughter Nettie were in this City monday. Is. Graham and wife spent Christmas in Neil Cumberland. Frank Flora Harrisburg pa., is the guest his parents. Deputy sheriff e. P. Degreif is suffering with a severe cold. Larry Stewart Canton is the guest de. A. Walter. De. Arnold and wife spent Christmas with their parents in this City. Will. Estop Cadi is the guest his sister mrs. James Patrick. Scott Custer and wife Cincinnati Are the guests their parents Here. A a Ces 73 a 02 p. A a i l cd Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The .g Salve in Trie world for cuts bruises sorer ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter Cha Ped hn<i8, chilblains. Coras and a skin eur it a and Post to it cures pile no a rail a let it in 39 for teed to Mcivar it feet eat us 40 if.7 a 25 Civ user Coz Tor an in a a senator Gray Delaware has some sensible ideas about reciprocity and he has introduced a Resolution in the Senate authorizing the administration to open negotiations for the purpose framing reciprocity treaties Between the United states and Mexico and the United states and Canada. Notwithstanding the fact that reciprocity treaties with those two countries would More real Benefit to the people this country than All those proposed . Blaine with the South and Central american republics there Isnit the slightest probability that the Republican senators will support . Gray a Resolution. It Isnit real reciprocity that the republicans favor but Only an imitation that will serve for the time being to Blind the voters this coun try. Lie yelled Kempis Balsam. I 3tell, a a Kemp a Balsam the Best cough i always do when i hear a Man cough and i can to help it. It saved me and it will cure you. I was threatened with pneumonia last Winter and it broke it up. It helps the children out when their throats Are sore cures their cough and tastes so Good. The first dose helps you. So writes a. Arnold Engineer the West Shore Ray at Canajoharie i x. V 43 monday evening the Many friends mrs. Frank Black were shocked at the news her death which occurred about 7 clock in the evening. Mrs. Black has been in feeble health for several weeks typhoid pneumonia. She was expected to recover however until the heart became involved. Heart failure As it is called together with her pneumonia trouble soon carried her into eternity. Mrs. Black was born in Kent o., August 3, 1828. Her Maiden name was Sabin. She was married to . Frank Black August 18, 1850. Five children were born to them four whom Are living Eugene Black who is in Washington state Eva Black mrs. Souers and mrs. Albert Schott this City. The Mother the deceased aged eighty two years and a brother and sister live in Cleveland. The deceased was a Noble and kind hearted Mother and wife and a perfect lady in every respect. She reared her family in a manner to reflect credit her fair name and a Blessing to those with whom they Are associated United. The deceased was a member the disciple Church from childhood and a devoted Christian lady. The loss Falls heavily upon the husband who Lias already suffered the pangs business reverses and now to deprived his companion fills the cup sorrow to overflowing. The sympathy Many friends arc with the i created husband and children. The funeral will take place thursday afternoon. Jackson a Day will celebrated january 8th, at Uhrichsville the Jackson club. Reception at the City opera House at 8 clock p. Banquet 10 p. An excellent programme will carried out. Concert orchestra toasts will responded to As follows 1�?general Jackson As a citizen. Response Jasper Mitchell. 2�?the ambitious youth America. Response e. C. Lingen. 3�?the twin cities As a manufacturing Center. Response j. F. Greene. 4�?the press. Response w. Ii. Stout. 5�?the eminent lawyers and lawmakers the country. Response James g. Patrick. Go woman the partner our Joys and sorrows her name should Ever held sacred. Response a. C. Castle. 7�?the resources America the greatest in the world. Response w. A. Bovey. 8�?from Columbus to Kentucky and return in 1886. Response Hon. G. W. Crites. Mrs. Hickson Shanesville is the guest her daughter mrs. Pratt. Messes. Percy Brown and Montford Custer Are Home spending the holidays. The Post boy Mure for the second time in the Law Post boy has the stain Nimar been stamped that conic Funston the Only murderer Eili Tuscarawas county killed t Carrier near Post boy Many Lor ago. On Christmas morning Las every one should Joyful and the citizens that comm Fiji again aroused he the murder c Booth who boarded with his a the station known As Post boy Wehrli who Laboured in the and James Booth the Decea fast friends both a d Drin boarded at the same place. Gently quarrelled when drunk sober were the Best friends had Laid in a special Supply for the holidays and the a fore Christmas both were my the influence liquor. As usual they quarrelled and threatened each other. Booth locked himself in his room and Wehrli could not get at him. Next morning Booth arose first and went Down stairs and out into the Yard. Wehrli seeing him fired at him from his window but missed him. Booth went in to breakfast and while sitting at the table Wehrli came Down stairs with i loaded Shotgun went into tie Kitchen via Lerere Booth was eating took deliberate and fired blowing the top Booths head nearly off. He Sank to the floor and Lay in a Pool blood. A Hoy the name Gribble fifteen years old and who slept with Wehrli gave the alarm while the murderer should raid his gun and left. The Only information concerning him after leaving the House was that he took a Amp. Train East at some Point that Road. The presumption is that he would sail for the old country Schwit Orland. Many rumours Are afloat concerning the killing and it is difficult to get the facts leading to the terrible deed. James Booth was a son the late John Booth and was appointed As one the administrator his Estat a few Days ago. Later. Sheriff Goeler received a Telegram from Cambridge not fing him that Henry Wehrli the Booth murder had been arrested and will return d Here to Day. Obituary. Or. William Neff was visiting his parents in new l�?Thila., monday and tuesday last. Or. And mrs. Gary a. Spring Are visiting friends and relatives in Wheeling West bark Wallace and a Ife entertained their relatives Friday. A big dinner was miss Emma Foos Marion is visiting her cousins Emma and Florence Dorsey this City. Norwood Taylor Carrollton and Joseph Mcneely Hamilton Are the guests c. B. Larvey . Allen Knisely has permanently located in Uhrichsville for the practice Medicine and has moved his family there. Misses Marie and Minnie Taylor Carrollton and Emma Cummings Akron Are visiting miss Kate Welty West Ray mrs. Sarah Morrison York pa., and Kate Glein Mechanicsburg pa., were the guests a. Shriver and family last Phil. Sheridan and wife . Hannan and wife. Billy Evans we. Mccullough and wife Cambridge were in this City last week. Or. And mrs. John Dougal entertained in elite style a goodly number their friends Christmas Day. A Bountiful repast was served. John Lossick was born Iii West mor land county pa., june 16, 1815. Died at his Home in Bolivar o., december 23, 1890. Father Lessick was married to Catharine Romp in 1838, and moved to Bovar in 1839. To them were born eleven children seven daughters and four sons. The widow arid ten the children survive him. He joined the m. E. Church soon after his coming to Bolivar and maintained his Christian relationship and attachment to the Church until his death. Whereas god in his Wise Providence saw fit to Call from our midst our beloved brother John Lessick one in whom the Church found a True Loyal and faithful brother and the Sabbath school a regular and devoted Helper. Resolved that we As we feel our loss How submissively to the will him that doth All things Well knowing that our loss is his gain. Resolved that we extend our sympathies to the bereaved friends in Thi it the heaviest afflictions. Rev. Floyd Rev. D. Yant f. P. Tracy committee state agricultural rooms. Columbu4 Pec. 15. To breeders horses believing that the interests the Public and especially breeders and dealers in Iri Ifft de Stock would enhanced the Organiza Ori an Ohio horse breeders association the undersigned hereby invite All who Are interested in the improvement horses to meet at City Hall Columbus Ohio wednesday at 7 p. M., january 14,189j, to consider the advisability forming such an association associations As May agreed upon. This Date and place have been selected because during the week the state agricultural convention and Stock breeders annual meetings will held. Papers a a the relation the trotting horse to agriculture and business and a a the profitable horse for the Farmer and How to Breed him a will read and discussed. Special Railroad rates have been secured. Breeders Horn Ezare cordially invited. Committee. To our subscribers. Mrs. We. Hill died Friday last and was buried wednesday. She leaves a husband and nine children to mourn her departure. Gone Lottie summer Saml. Willie Mathews youngest son c. Ii. Mathews passed away saturday dec. 27th, at 7 30 p. Lie had been suffering for 10 years past the effects an injury received from a school mate throwing a missile which inf iced a severe Bruise his left leg. Lie had suffered More during the past year and it affected his whole nervous system and caused a general breaking Down. The immediate cause his death was congestion he brain lie suffered intense in his head for a few Day prior to his demise which he bore with a heroic fortitude till death came As a Happy release. Willie was a Bright boy an exceedingly Good boy and died As he lived and As he said in full Hope meeting his dear brother and sister in a a land that is fairer than he was a Good musician until his afflictions caused him to desist and was a general favorite with the band boys. He had Many friends and no enemies. He had the careful nursing a kind Mother and All that medical skill could do for him. While we All mourn his departure we Are assured that a a there is another and a better world a to which he has gone and where to Hope to meet him. He was 23 yrs. Old in May 1890. Funeral wednesday 2 p. A Flora who holds a lucrative position in a Large furniture manufactory at grand rapids Michigan is the guest his family Here. Al. Goeler and wife Canton de. Goeler Wapakoneta o., and Fred. Goeler Seville were the guests their parents sheriff Goeler and wife last week. W. Ii. Mcconnell Gnadenhutten was among our callers monday. He is one our hustling democrats who did Good work in the last Campaign. We Hope he will some Day rewarded with a Good office. To to re / the a times Quot advertising ramp Tes. Spac. One Knob. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1y . 8100 8 2 00 83 00 85 00 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 3 00 7 5w 12 50 22 .50 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Lit. Dec. 30. Kinds report Hen an at arms from i rendered having pre a bloody Send to f. P. Shumway jr., Boston mass., for a free Sample copy the cottage Hearth a Beautiful illustrated Magazine and so realize what an extraordinary offer we Are making Wien wre offer to Send both the cottage Hearth and this paper for a full year for Only $1.50, provided you one year in Advance procure for the times one new subscriber when the Price the cottage Hearth alone is $1.50 a year. The Boston transcript says the cottage Hearth a setting aside its literary contents which Are a High order Merit the collection receipts for the Kitchen and for the sick room its practical suggestions and advice for the raising and care plants and Flowers its instruction for beautifying Homes simple Means and other practical features make it invaluable to every a Safe investment. Teen Republican Sei Viau 0 the absentees. The Republican Mountain after we elks painful labor has brought Forth a mouse in the shape a Rule to Cut off debate at the pleasure the majority which has been reported to the Senate Aldrich. But the democrats Are not at All alarmed the contrary they Are confident their ability to defeat this proposed revolutionary overturning the precedents a Century and in any event fully determined that it shall not done until every parliment tary expedient has been exhausted in the Effort to prevent it. Senator Vorhees made the speech the week against the Force Bill and his pictures messes Harrison Quay Dudley and Luston posing As the friends honest elections while the rank corruption the presidential election 1888 a with its a Block five fresh in the minds the american people was As vigorous a hit rhetoric As the a tall Sycamore lie Wabash Ever uttered. His denunciation the attempt to col Southern negroes in West Virginia and Indiana which was fortunately exposed before it Wras consummated was very bitter but not More so than it deserved. Senator Gray also did some vigorous talking in defense the people Delaware whom . Higgins the accidental Republican senator from that state had grossly slandered in an Effort to justify the passing the Force Bill. If . Harrison wished to select ? gentleman entirely without a National reputation to succeed the late Justice Miller the Bench the United states supreme court lie certainly Suc ceded when he nominated Henry Brown Michigan to the vacancy. Said a Republican senator it was amusing when the nomination we As announced to see prominent senators going from one to the other in order to find out who this . Trewn is. The Michigan senators Spek Well him but i doubt if there Are a half a dozen other senators who Ever heard him before. Representative Blanchard Louisiana has offered a Resolution in the House providing for a general Resolution in strutting the House committee banking and currency to report a Bill to increase the amount Money in circulation to $50 per capita. He sets Forth in a preamble the fact its being impossible in Many parts the South to get Advance even $10 a Bale Cotton owing to the Scarcity Money. The republicans the Senate Are getting their party into a Nice snarl the financial question. The recent Republican caucus approved a Bill in the Hope conciliating the free coinage Republican senators that provided for the issuing Treasury notes based purchases Silver Bullion to make up the deficiency whenever the amount National Bank circulation fell below $180,000,009, but the finance committee to which the Bill was referred when introduced has Cut out that Section the Bill entirely and put in place it one authorizing the Secretary the Treasury to Issue $200,000,000 2 per cent Bonds and the amended Bill has been reported Back to the Senate that Strong and vigilant foe Silver senator Sherman. The Silver men Are mad As hornets and senator Stewart has already offered a free coinage amendment to the Bill and overtures Are being made to democrats to support it. What the democrats will do depends largely upon what action the republicans who favor free coinage take upon the Force Bill. Senator Stewart will do All he can to oppose it. The House will pretend to doing business for the rest Christmas week but it had no quorum when it adjourned from tuesday until today and it is not probable that it will have again until the first the year. The Senate finding that it would impossible to get a quorum present Christmas Day adjourned from wednesday until saturday. Senator Aldrich has promised to give 21 hours notice before calling up the cloture Resolution and As there will a number Republican absentees during the rest this month it May not taken up before january. The seventh it ther Whites came very my Over 50 been wiped scattered in sing Hunte d he treachery to desire for order. Icy Are trem the Indian worse shape later. Wounded knee Creek dec. 30. When the troops had got big foot a gang surrounded col. Forsythe order All the indians to come Forward away from the tents. The order was then Given for 20 indians to go and get the a bold Bank robbery. Chicago dec. 29. A most daring Bank robbery occurred at South Chicago 12 Miles South this City at 1 clock monday afternoon. Three men drove up to the merchants Exchange Bank in an open buggy drawn a powerful and speedy White horse t. Wallace they entered and stepped to the Cash Iery a window where two the Rutins engaged the Bank official in conversation while the third went through an open door and laying violent hands the cashier beat him into insensibility. Then the robbers clean out the Bank leaving not a Coin a Bill. The next instant they were in the buggy under a cutting lash the horse sped away from the City. Almost immediately the to. Lice were notified the matter and half a dozen officers speedy horses and armed with rifles and revolvers were soon in hot Pursuit. After a Chase seven Miles the police captured two the robbers at Madison Park five Miles from this City and recovered All the Money. Several shots were exchanged Between the police and the fleeing robbers and one the latter was seriously wounded in the guns. These indians returned with but j thigh. The third robber is still at Large. Two gun. A detachment at once began to search the Village finding 38 guns As this task was completed the indians surrounded companies k and a began to move. All a sudden the indians threw their hands to the ground and began firing rapidly at the troops not 20 feet away. The troops were at a great disadvantage fearing shooting their own comrades. The Indian men women and children then ran to the South the Battery firing rapidly As they ran. Soon the mounted troops were after them shooting them every Side. The engagement lasted fully an hour and a half. To the South Many took Refuge in a Ravine from which it was difficult to dislodge them. It is estimated that the soldiers killed and wounded in number about 50. Just Row it is impossible to state the exact number dead indians. There Are Many More than 50, however killed outright. The soldiers Are shooting the indians Down where Ever found no Quarter being Given anyone. Captain Wallace k troops with cavalry was killed and lieutenant Garlington Artic Fame was shot through the at the Elbow. The troops Are still firing from the Camp and pursuing the enemy direction. To say that it was a most daring feat 139 indians attacking 500 cavalry expresses the situation faintly it could Only have Bren insanity which Protop. Ted such a deed. It is doubted that either a Buck a Squaw out All big foot a band will to left to Tell the tale this Days treachery. The members the seventh cavalry have once More shown themselves to heroes in deeds daring. Single handled con-11 its were seen All Over the Field. The death Captain Wallace caused much regret. The poor fellow met Iris death a blow the head from a War club. The police say the men Are the same who successfully robbed tie cashier a1 Lei tones packing House a few weeks ago and they have been closely watching them for several Days. The Niagara River canal. On january 1st, 1891, i will commence to reduce my Stock merchandise preparatory to Sale invoice March 1st. Stock merchandise at present is about $20,000 and must reduced to $10,000 in sixty Days. In order to accomplish this i will make prices accordingly. The Slaughter will begin As above Date All Wollen Blanket flannels yarns carpets shawls Etc. In fact the reduction will effect the entire Stock More less. This is no Sham bait which so very much is practice but a reality. If any one that reads this announcement has the least doubt its truthfulness please Call at my store and it will give us great pleasure to convince them. Respectfully lw2 j. Kaderly. The Niagara River canal is expected to Cost $3.500,0o0 and furnish 119,000 horse Power. With Coal at $4 $5 a ton the Cost one horse Power is placed at from 839 to $40 a year 10 tons Coal per year per horse Power. This canal if it gives the estimated horse Power will furnish a Power about equal to 1,200,000 tons a year. This will Cost taking the capitalized value 4per cent the investment $140,000 As the first outlay and at least As much More for maintenance and repairs the horsepower will therefore Boutas cheap As Coal at Twenty cents a ton and it appears capable almost indefinite expansion unless the Falls Are considered More value than horse Power. A new departure the a a Ron ton a cab unc a ten cent believing that our City Lias grown sufficiently to support a genteel conveyance for carrying passengers from one Point the City to another i have placed at tie command the Public a first class cab with an experienced City Driver. Fare one Way to any Point in the City to Blakes Mills ten cents. If out town fare proportioned according to distance. Look for cab Public Square Call Telephone no. 50. The cab will run All Day and until 10 clock at night and later when requested. We expect to make a specially taking ladies when Abtey want to go calling and to fill a Long Felt we ant with a Nice conveyance. 50w8 Benson l. Grim. Teach Kos examinations. John Casey formerly a new Philadelphia boy but now a resident Cambridge came Back Here to wish us a a a merry Christmas a and subscribe for the times. Johnnie reports Good times there and is banking Money every month. Forced to leave Home. Over 50 people were forced to leave their Homes yesterday to Call at their druggists for a free trial package lanes family Medicine. If your blood is bad your liver and kidneys out order if you Are constipated and have headache and an unsightly complexion done to Tail to Call any druggist to Day for i for e simple this grand remedy the Ladie Praise it. Every one likes it. Large size packages 50 cents. 16yl my i rent West High % i. Or me s. 501 something for the new year. The Board examiners Tuscarawas county will meet for the examination applicants for teachers certificates in new Philadelphia january 3, feb. 14, feb. 28. Examinations will begin promptly at 8 clock a. M., and no one will admitted to the class after 9 clock. Strangers must furnish testimonials Good moral character from responsible persons with whom the examiners Are Well acquainted. Before entering the class Cali applicant Mast furnish the clerk the Board a stamped envelope with his address. All work must done with pen and Ink and the Neches Ary paper will furnished the Board. Cimias. Jia Upert p. Ii. Sigrist a. C. Baker examiners. Hello hello hello Here i come All right. I have sold out to the boys and will give my entire time to painting wagons buggies and carriages and handling wagons buggies carriages and carts. Will do first class painting at a moderate rate. All work warranted. Hello hello hello. I have painted 85 jobs this season can paint 150 if they Are presented in proper time. Hello hello Hilo. All right. We will bring along our rigs As we know you do Good work and at a Low Price. Thanking All for their Liberal patronage in the past 30 years. 52tf w. He Nieger. Merit Winn. We desire to say to our citizens that for years we have been Selling . Kings new discovery for consumption . Kings new life pills Bucklen a Arnica Salve and electric bitters and have never handled remedies that sell As Well that have Given such Universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time and we stand ready to refund the Purchase Price if satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won their great popularity purely their merits. F. C. Miller amp songs i farm for Sale fortunate people. Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results in Case failure a return Purchase Price. On this Safe plan you can buy from our advertised druggist a bottle . Kings new discovery for consumption. It is guaranteed to bring Relief in every Case when used for any affection Throat lungs Chest such As consumption inflammation lungs bronchitis asthma whooping cough croup Etc., Etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to taste perfectly Safe and can always depended upon. Trial bottles free at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. For and Small tracts Dover Road. Cheap lots easy terms. Dwellings farms Etc. F. S. Romig. Office in Mcclane Block. 46tf the world renowned Success Iio Stetters stomach bitters and their continued popularity for Over a third a Century As a Stomachin is scarcely More wonderful than the Welcome that greets the annual appearance Hostetter a almanac. This valuable medical treatise is published the Hostetter company Pittsburgh pa., under their own immediate supervision employing 60 hands in that department. They Are running about 11 months in the year this work and the issues same for 1891 will More than ten millions printed in the English German French Welsh norwegian swedish Holland Bohemian and Spanish languages. Refer to a copy it for valuable and interesting Reading concerning health and numerous testimonials As to the Efficacy hostetter8 stomach bitters amusements varied information astronomical calculations and chronological items &c., which can depended for correctness. The almanac for 1891 can obtained free costs from druggists and general country dealers in All parts the country. The London times says and All lawyers know it tube True that the More than half a billion dollars Anclaim do fortunes in England Ireland Scotland and Wales belong to people in America whose forefathers emigrated from the old country. There Are also arge fortunes the same class m Germany and other european countries. We have gained a number such claims and have several in hands now which we expect to gain. If your ancestors came from across the sea write us All you know 4about it and enclose 25 cents for a reply. We charge nothing for investigating and if a Good claim we will attend to it very reasonable terms. E. Boss european claims Agency 1 is 59 Pearl St., new York . Every Farmer should read a Stock and farm journal. Read our offer. Monroe Smithyman has been grantee a pension $24 per month. A lady a perfect companion. I i number 1. I i have the Selling an 80 acre farm situated near Dundee Tuscarawas co., Ohio. It is known As a part the Ger Mann farm and is located about 1� Miles from Post office Railroad station and wheat Market. Fair buildings and plenty water. Cleared land and Good Timber in suitable farm Best adapted to grazing. Price such As will make the f. Reichenba ii jr., iw6 Dundee Ohio. Painless childbirth our new Book tells How any woman May become a Mother without suffering any pain whatever. Also How to treat and overcome morning sickness swelled Hrohs and other evils attending pregnancy. It is reliable and highly endorsed physicians As the wife a True private companion. Send two cent stamp for descriptive circulars and confidential letter sent in sealed envelope. Add res Frank Thomas amp co. Publishers Baltimore my. 45yl too ladies wanted. And 100 men to Call any druggist for a free trial package lanes Fame notice. I have been commissioned the president the Ohio Farmers Alliance to organize alliances in Tuscarawas co. Banners wanting me to organize their alliances can direct their Eom Munica Medicine the great Root and Herb tons to Zoar o., and they will receive remedy discovered . Silas Lane prompt attention. A. C. Nixon. While in the Rocky mountains. For diseases the blood liver and kidneys it is a positive cure. For constipation and Clearing up the complexion it does wonders. It is the Best Spring Medicine known. Large size package. 50 cents. At All druggists. Loyl distilled from the richest malted Barley chases malt whisky is full Nutriment mild and excellent and absolutely pure. A. Bippus amp son sole agent for new pm Adelphia. 52w4 no other paper in Tuscarawas county gives two papers at As Low a Price is is named in our offer in another column. For rent a r. East St. Clair Ato Beck. It use 9 rooms quire s. J. 49

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