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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - January 9, 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 Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the a times space. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. $1 2 00 3 001 k 5 00 12 5c 8 001 22 50 v business notices ten cents per volume Philadelphia o., thursday january 9, 1890. Number 2. Cleveland and Marietta railway. In effect june 16, 1889. Go North. Caywood. Stanley. Elba. Macksburg. Dexter City. South Olive. Dudley. Caldwell. Belle Valley. Ava. Glenwood. It pleasant. Byersville. Cambridge. Oldham a. Millers. Ivi Bolton. Guernsey. Post boy. Neom town. Wolf a. Philipsburg. Blackband. Turners. Canal Dover. A Val june. Canton. Akron. Cleveland. Buffalo. Toledo. No. 2 i no. 8. No. 10 200 am 1040am 635 i 140 300pm 530am 652 1212 325 555 658 1218 335 605 714 1233 400 039 725 1243 415 653 740 1257 405 720 747 111 445 747 754 115 455 558 759 121 500 806 805 121 510 822 815 130 1 526 too 825 140 540 915 834 149 555 9.30 840 155 605 940 846 201 615 950 858 213 035 1013 918 232 700 1130 924 1 233 1142 931 1 245 1153 941 255 1210 946 300 1220 953 307 1233 003 317 125 1010 1 327 140 1 23 338 205 10251 344 215 1035 350 223 1045 1 40 400 1107 422 445 1213 pm 755 110 220 855 ,1015 740 815 030 940 new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor the weeks doings. Thursday january 9, 1800. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 via w. Amp l. And l. Amp m. Going South. No. 1-5 no. 3. No. 7 no. 9. La Toledo. .1 745 am Buffalo. 540 Cleveland. 1115 Akron. 1230 pm Canton. 128 Valley Jun ctr a. 230 i 600 am canal Dover. 549 pm 253 .1 730 Turners. 530 303 750 Blackband. 553 i 359 a 800 Phillipsburg. 600 315 .1 810 Wolf a. 611 i 327 832 newcomers 6233710t�?~3 Post boy. 630 1 3461018 Guernsey. 637 553 .11 30 Kimbolton. 642 i 3.581045 Millers. 652 1 4081100 Oldham a. Fc.39 4151113 Cambridge. 709 425 717a m 1130 Byersville. 720 4411220 pm Point pleasant 740 4541245 g leu Wood. 746 5001255 Ava. 752 5061 5 Belle Valley. 802 516 825 140 Caldwell. 615 526 850 i 200 Dudley. 822 583 905 215 South Olive. 828 540 917 2i0 Dexter City. 832 545 i 922 240 Macks my. I 839 1 532 932 300 Libia. 1 k46 539 942 31 Warner. 900 613 1005 340 Whipple. I 910 623 100 4jo Stanley. 1 923 638 104.3 425 Cay oort. 931 644 1155 4.5 a Marietta. 701 1120 500 Parkersburg. 110j 100 . 4sthk Nev Philadelphia times will be pub sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.s1.00 if not paid within three mods 1.50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Ai address All matter intended for publication to tint times. The times Only one Dollar a year. Feed cutters at Taylor a hardware store. 1 w4 the weeks doings. The Street railway. No. 5 and 6, daily. Through coaches trains nos. 2 and 3. Be tween Marie to. Canton Akron. Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with c w a 11 a c n. And Ohio River packets at Cambridge with 15 a East and West at newcomers Tori with 1. C a8t l East and West at Dover with c l a w and c and a North and East at Valley Junction with w a l e and Valley Ray. W k Richards Gene a pass age to a. T. Wikoff Gen manager. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh i. R. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect May 12, 18s9. Going East. Stations. .-.i. Express local. Klayr new Philadelphia 6 25 . 2 00 . 1 00 . Canal Dover. 6 45 a a 2 10 a a 1 30 a a Zoar. 7 15 a a 2 25 a a 2 h 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 a a 251 a a 3 07 a a Malvern. 8 35 a a 3 01 a a 3 23 a a Oneida. 8 43 a a 3 00 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 23 a a Cleveland. 12 50 . 6145 a a Wellsville. 12 15 a a 4 50 a a Bellaire. 4 50 a a 8 05 a a Pittsburgh. 2 23 a a 7 00 a the Council passed the ordinance saturday night granting a franchise to tiie Street car company to construct a Street railway through the incorporation new Philadelphia. There was some opposition from two members the Council the ground that the ordinance embraced More than the statute authorizes to any one company and further that a vote the people should be taken before the lighting clause could be included in the ordinance when a franchise for lighting had already been granted to another company. There is no doubt but that these gentlemen were conscientious in their opposition but at the same time wanted the railway. The Street car company gave us the ultimatum to include the lighting clause lose the railway. The town could not afford to lose the railway improvement the ground technicalities and urgently requested the Grant. The vote was taken and stood four for the ordinance with the lighting clause and two against it. We have no fault to find with those voting against it for we believe they acted in Good Faith. The town must get out the Ruto and move Onward and leave the a hair splitting for the two companies to engage in court if they feel aggrieved As it will Only effect their respective rights and not involve the town rights. It. Now remains for the company to accept the franchise with the conditions imposed which there is no doubt will be done. By july next the Road will be completed and you can ride the four Miles for the Small sum five who doubts that it will be a Benefit to Bot i towns some will grumble course and so they would if they were transplanted in heaven. If we Are not satisfied to Bear with sonic inconveniences for the Public Good then we Are not Good citizens. The commissioners granted the franchise Over the Public Highway Between new Philadelphia and canal Dover some Days ago and Dover passed their ordinance granting the franchise through the corporation monday night. Thus the company has a Complete franchise from the East line new Philadelphia to the outside limits Dover making about four Miles Road. Going West. Stations. Mall. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. 6 10 . 12 45 . Bellaire. 4 40 10 10 Wellsville. 8 15 2 40cleveland. 8 00 1 03 Alliance. 10 25 3 10 Bayard. 10 55 4 15 7 to Minerva. 11 03 4 25 7 23 Oneida. 11 12 4 30 7 55 Malvern. 11 17 4 43 8 35 Waynesburg. 11 28 5 i 8 55 Magnolia. 11 33 5 07 9 20 Mineral Point. .11 47 5 27 9 55 Zoar. 111 53 5 35 10 10 canal Dover. 12 to 6 10 40 arrive new Philadelphia 12 20 6 15 11 00 1 All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for the West connect Ai Alliance with trains the a great fort Wayne route a running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and Tii rough coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates fare Etc., apply to j. . Agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. James Mccrea e. A. Fold. General manager. Gen. Pas. Age to Pittsburgh in a. Valley railway. In effect december 2, 1888. Going South. Stations. Going North. No. 3. No. 7. No. 4. No. 6. 1115am 1202pm 12 30 1 28 2 15 4 15pm 5 08 5 37 6 34 7 25 la Cleveland a Peninsula. Akron. Canton. A Val a Jet la 9 24am 9 03 8 55 7 55 7 05 2 30pm 1 42 1 15 12 15 1130am business directory. In a i Loyrs. Practice in pensions a Mca Soldier claims. 9b b a a a u As Ai it it fees. Send for new Laws. C. M. Sites amp co., atty a Washington,. A Rancis Romig saturday last sheriff elect Goeler after his Bond was approved was sworn into office and sex sheriff Bowers delivered Over to him monday ail matters pertaining to the Sherif Falty. Or. Goeler will retain As his assistants during his first term court sex sheriff Bowers his son Oscar and j. I. Laugh Ead. With these experienced gentlemen . Goeler will soon he Able to take a hand after which we predict that his administration will move along nicely a credit to the county and to himself. The retiring sheriff needs no particular mention from us. He i9 Well known throughout the county and in administering the duties the Sherif Falty proved As was anticipated a Success. Or. Goeler has our Best wishes for his administration. Or. And mrs. We. Sutton gave a Tea party at their handsome residence East Avenue Timur Day evening last. Or. And mrs. Harvey Miller entertained a number their lady and gentlemen friends Friday evening last. A position that holds Good twelve months in a year is offered in the a had a headed $50�?$75 per month. Read and consider. J. Gepfert Strasberg will sell at auction Janura 11, at 12$ clock a Fine pair ponies Hay Corn household furniture Etc. Miss Ida Loutzenhiser gave a party in Honor her guests the misses Taylor Carrollton Friday evening last. An elegant feast was served. There Are seven newspaper men not typos confined in the Ohio Penitentiary. They Are probably retained there for the excellent influence they exert in the prison. Or. John Coventry was drawn As one the Petit jurors and . Levi Sargent As a grand juror for the february term the u. Court to be held in Cleveland If you want�?Tgood7.bargains, to the store Mathias amp Williams. They Are Selling off at Cost for Cash their entire Stock for Cash contemplating a change in their business. Call Early. Distilled from the richest malted Barley chases Barley malt whisky is full Nutriment mild and excellent and absolutely pure. A. Bippus amp son sole agents for new Philadelphia. 2w4 . George Biddlestone after a number years pain and misery died saturday evening last aged 78 years and was buried monday in new Philadelphia cemetery. 11 is Days were Long and weary and he gladly welcomed the messenger death. A kids a cold Day when we gel left a but we got badly left last thursday evening by attending a the cold Day show a and it Wasny to a cold evening either. Lopping off the a a Mcginty song a the balance the entertainment was rather a lamp exploded at the residence ii. V. Schweitzer monday evening last which had it not been for the presence mind his daughter might have terminated disastrously. She quickly threw a spread Over the flames smothering them. She was slightly burned. Damage trifling. Died Margaret wife Jacob Gep fert Strasburg aged 38 years last week lung trouble. Incr remains were Laid to rest saturday last. Mrs. G. Had been a sufferer for seven years. She leaves her husband with three children to mourn her i033. We learn that . Gepfert will break up housekeeping and his children will make their Home with his father. The hands the dial plate time now Point to 1890. The Public school resumed business monday morning. Postmaster general Wanamaker will accept our thanks for a copy his annual report december 1889 is said to have to can the warmest that has occurred within the past fifty years. Leave your orders at City drug store for copies Centennial letter copying books. 51vv3 do your local advertising in the times. Circulation 5g quires one half larger than any other democratic paper in the county. The a a stand up carpet Stretcher a is the most Complete Stretcher Ever offered to the Public. Sold by 52w6 P. Taylor amp co. Capt. Geo. W. Bowers will serve As an officer the staff Hon. Sawyer at the inauguration governor Campbell monday next at Columbus. The capt. Left tuesday for Columbus. I have the House and lot recently occupied by Jacob Bippus deceased for Sale and will receive bids until january 18th, 1890. Geo. W. Bippus. 1w3 a. For Sale trade�?160 acres Good land in Holt county Nebraska. Would Trade for property in near new Philadelphia. Title perfect. Call the editor the times. Of for building lots at West end fair Street new Philadelphia near new school House site very cheap Long time Small Cash payments. John a. Himes at. 42tf the banquet. Chases Barley malt whiskey is stimulating and nourishing to the consumptive tie old and the feeble. It is absolutely pure. Sold by w. Holland Uhrichsville. 51 w4 i a signal mention. Miss Julia e. Berger Talmage o., visited her sister mrs. W. C. Sutton East Avenue. Or. John t. Cox travelling agent for the Mccormick machine co., Chicago 111., suddenly died at the residence his son in Law . T. C. Parks West High Street thursday evening he had contracted a violent cold a few Days prior to his death which settled his lungs producing acute pneumonia and although All possible medical Aid was rendered it proved futile and breathed his last in about three Days from the time he took his bed. A postmortem examination wus held but we learn that no positive decision was arrived at As to the primary cause his sudden death. The deceased was in the 44th year his age was a member the i. F., Newark Lie was buried in the new Philadelphia attorney at Law and notary Public. Office cemetery sunday afternoon the i. Of this City officiating. Truly a in the midst life we Are in . W. Jordan Wellsville o., was the guest his brother James Jordan this City last week. George Taylor left last tuesday evening in company with lat. Custer a visit to friends in Kansas City. Or. . Wagoner left for Canton last Friday where he intends embarking in the furniture business. Success de. Wednesday evening last week was the scene an enjoyable gathering at the Exchange hotel. The members the Tuscarawas county bar and the county officials had prepared a pleasant Surprise for the retiring sheriff Geo. W. Bowers to whom they wished to testify in a befitting manner their esteem and regard. He had received notice during the evening that his presence was necessary at the above hotel and when he arrived there escorted by the committee messes. Richards year Ley and Kinsey found the corridors fairly filled with invited guests. Supper was announced at 9 clock Sharp and a right Royal feast it was too too splendid not to allure fully sustaining . C. B. Harvey a Well known reputation As a first class Host. Jas. A. Richards officiated As chairman and after the feast called the House to order. Or. J. T. Of Donnell was introduced who arose and opened the Alabaster Box fragrant Eulogy Over the retiring sheriff As follows . Chairman and gentlemen i at your request perform a duty tonight the pleasure which alone renders it embarrassing. We Are Here for the purpose rendering Honor to whom Honor is due uttering the spontaneous feeling our hearts that while official corruption and incompetency Are Rife Over tiie land yet we have had the Fortune to know that some at least Are faithful Over the things entrusted to their care and possess the ability even under difficulties and complications to do their duty with that singleness purpose which knows neither care fear favor. This meeting is not so much a compliment to any one Man As it is the expression the people this Community their High appreciation Fidelity incorruptible honesty and dignified manhood in discharge duties reposed by the Suffrages citizens in those whom their ballots place in offices Trust and Power. Sheriff Bovers at the request those assembled at this banquet i have the pleasure presenting to you this elegant Cane. We give it not so much account its intrinsic value but As that which it shall be to you tiie Assurance that in our hearts you have found an abiding place which neither time nor Fate can make vacant. In selecting this gift we have chosen that which leaves you a free agent. If at any time you choose forgetfulness it is easy to Lay it away if at any time care sorrow make lonesome the chamber your soul it shall be a reminder that Oiler souls Are in sympathy with yours and feeling this we know that a a with the lost Star seven you can feel no sad take it. It is the free offering our hearts to one we have Learned to love and Honor. May the years be faraway when manhood a wasting vigor makes it useful in guiding your footsteps Down the Western slopes life. Sheriff Bowers in accepting the gift was overcome with emotions in fact was to full for utterance we mean too full that kind happiness which moves the heart when the lips speak not and the eyes speak louder than words but he managed to respond As follows official please give them both my Best wishes for Many Happy and prosperous years and keep a place for me among the donors the cold headed Cane for i want to be one them. But . Bowers was not the Only one to be made Happy the occasion. No sooner had he ceased speaking than . J. Ii. Mitchell canal Dover was introduced by the chairman who arose and in a neat and pertinent speech presented a Gold headed Cane to . We e. Lash retiring county commissioner behalf his Many friends. Or. Lash too was taken by Surprise and in a manner that betokened much feeling accepted the gift thanking the donors in Brief though Heartfelt language. The time to strike a Man for anything Good is to do it after he has enjoyed a Square meal with its concomitants and this fact was demonstrated when the Hon. A. W. Patrick was called who responded in one his wittiest veins flooding the Large dining Hall with peals laughter from his listeners. A vote thanks was then tendered with much volume to . C. B. Harvey for his Complete arrangements and the banquet was dissolved. Probate court. could not obtain the remarks messes. Mitchell and lash and therefore omitted them. From Dennison. Galen v. Smith son Arthur Smith Cleland enjoyed new years Day in this City the guest Harry Sutton. Mrs. Rev. Mack and two daughters Sperling. Kansas returned to their Home last tuesday after several weeks visit in this City. N the Mclane Block. New Philadelphia Ohio. Y r. M. Vail. Dentist. Centre Block new Philadelphia Ohio. Office Over citizens National Bank. 44yl % Ohn w. Nix5n, m. D., physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Tinker. 51yl join 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 House 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 at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second floor. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat safaction. Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by f. C Miller Sou. 6y2 a Telegram dated Washington City Jan. 6th, says an unknown Man who registered at the Tremont House As John Smith Washington pa., committed suicide in his room this the name Given is evidently fictitious and there is no clue to the Many a identity except his clothing which bears the name a John Hupfield new Philadelphia �?� we Are glad to state that it was not our John the merchant tailor whom we went immediately to see and interview after we read the item lie told us he Wasny to the Man. Patents. ii. Ltd a. P. Lacey procure patents in the u. S., Canada and Europe 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 k. B. A it a. A Lacey Patent att is. Washington d. C. Feb. 2, �?T88yl did you see that smile de. Kal Denbaugh a face when the ordinance passed granting the franchise to the Street railway company. Well de. Has worked hard for the Road for More than three months and is entitled to credit for his untiring efforts. His services Are highly appreciated by the people new Philadelphia and should be by the company. It is better to be a Public Benefactor and have the ill will a few than to be a nonentity. An Exchange prints the following suggestive Dun a delinquent subscribers Are hereby warned not to let their daughters Wear this paper for a Bustle As there is considerable due it and they might take the editor the Dennison Pisa graph flaunted the red Flag at editor Graham last week in Good shape. We May now look for a Lively newspaper Quot january 13, 1890, the Cleveland amp Marietta Ray will sell Low rate excursion tickets from All Coupon stations to Columbus Ohio account the inauguration governor elect Campbell. Tickets Good going All regular trains and returning until january 14. Further information and rates Given by any ticket agent the c. Amp m. Ray upon application. Died Emma Stucky wife Frederick Miller died in Allegheny pa., saturday . 21st, paralysis the heart resulting from an operation performed the Day previous to her death. Her remains were brought to her brother a residence in Pittsburgh and from there taken to Brookfield for burial tuesday . 24th. The deceased was 37 years age and leaves a husband and four children the youngest but 4 months old two Brothers and three Sisters to mourn her loss. She spent Many years her life in new Philadelphia and her friends will be pained to hear her death. Mrs. Miller was a sister mrs. Val. Doerschuk. The Rayner family reunion which took place at their residence North Walnut Street Christmas Day was a grand Success being attended by about Twenty their sons daughters husbands wives and grandchildren All whom passed a most enjoyable week visiting father and Mother Rayner and their son in Law . And mrs. John Bigler Ray Street alternately feasting upon fat turkeys oysters and other delicacies to the entire satisfaction All. Many Beautiful and valuable presents were Given and received by All and they with one Accord agree in saying it was the their lives and gave mrs. Bigler a vote thanks for the grand Oyster supper gotten up by her Christmas evening. The party returned to their respective Homes in Cleveland Lorain and other Points last Friday. We wish them Many More As Happy reunions As this one was. Lat. Custer left tuesday evening for Denver Colorado. His wife had been there for some time. He will probably remain several months. Or. B. C. Williams formerly this City now Bluffton Allen county. O., was registered at the Exchange tuesday. He looks Well and reports himself pleased with his new Home. For Sale. An old fashioned 8-Day clock�?90 yrs old a rare German relic. Call at 52\v3 h. Espenschied a. Unclaimed letters for the week ending Jan. 4, Dan e Wevrick Geo Widner 1889 Grant Andreas j Bumgardner Omer fire frock Geo Lewis Annie Marlow j a Tarbet Josephine Porter mrs Mollie Stull Daniel Korns p. M. James Boone Lewis e Barth Alvia Everhart Priscilla Metzger de Best Robt Robinson Lenry Richman cheap excursion to California in Pullman tourist sleeping cars for passengers holding second class tickets to Pacific coast Points which will be run through from Chicago via Omaha to san Francisco without change at any intermediate Point via the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul and Union a the grave gets tired yawning seemingly for certain wretched invalids who toddle feebly along though always looking As if they were going to die but omitting to do it. They dry up Wither dwindle away finally but in the meantime never having robust health know nothing physical enjoyment the zest that existence to which they cling with such remarkable they Are always to be found trying to mend by tinkering themselves with some trashy remedy tonic a a pick me up a to give a fillip to digestion a help the if such misguided folks would resort and adhere to Hostetter a stomach bitters it would be Well with them. This Superb inv Gorant supplies the stamina that the feeble require by permanently reinforcing digestion and assimilation. It overcomes nervousness insomnia malaria kidney complaints Billiou Ness constipation rheumatism and neuralgia. 40yl�?52w4 Eup Epsy. This is what you ought to have in fact you must have it to fully enjoy life. Thousands Are searching for it daily and mourning because they find it not. Thousands upon thousands dollars Are spent annually by our peo civic Shore line Only the following pie in the Hope that they May attain dates for leaving Chicago Viz january 16 and 30, february 13 and 27, March 13 and 27, april 10 and 24, May 8 and 22. The sleeping car fare from Chicago to san Francisco is but $4.00 per berth and the accommodations Are excellent. For further particulars apply to the nearest Coupon ticket agent address a. V. H. Carpenter Gene a pass. Agent Milwaukee Wie. 52tf this Boon. And yet it May he had by All. We guarantee that electric bitters if used according to directions and the use persisted in wifi bring you Good digestion and oust the Demon dyspepsia and install instead Eup Epsy. We recommend electric bitters for dyspepsia and All diseases liver stomach and kidneys. Sold at 50c. And $1.00 per bottle by f. C. Miller amp son druggist. Or. Chairman attorneys county and other friends it is a very difficult task indeed for me to respond Ori an occasion like this especially so when taken by Surprise As i have been. I had no intimation whatever this Honor about to be conferred upon me until a few minutes before entering the hotel. It is an Honor i feel deeply proud and no Man in the United states can More fully appreciate an Honor this kind than your Humble servant. A number Little incidents in my life dating Back to the Days the War i frequently recall with pleasure and happiness but this Honor conferred to night i consider the Chiefest them All and if god almighty spares my life for Many years to come i can Only recall this night with pleasure happiness and gratitude. In retiring from the duties the Ottice sheriff i have no regrets for in Many instances they Are hard and the responsibilities Are great but in retiring from the position 1 do regret the Severance my connection rather association with the court and attorneys the bar for in my four years As sheriff Tuscarawas county i have Learned to respect and esteem Yea More an attachment better interpreted love them. And i regret to separate my association with my brother county officials for our social and business relations have been the most pleasant. I accept this Beautiful and costly Cane in the same spirit that it has been tendered and thank you from my heart assuring you that the hand that will Wear it will never tarnish its Luster nor will the wearer Ever bring discredit up it nor upon the donors Ever keeping in mind the old motto a although i Wear a ragged coat ill Wear it like a Man a so shall this be exemplified in my wearing this Cane. I thank you and May god bless you All. In reference to the above the following letter was received by . Jno. Laughead Secretary the occasion from Hon. Judge j. Pearce dated Cadiz o., . 30th, 1889 my dear sir and esteemed Friend i have the Honor As Well As pleasure to acknowledge the receipt from you by last evenings mail a card invitation to a banquet to be Given next Quot wednesday evening at the Exchange hotel in your City in Honor Geo. W. Bowers retiring sheriff your county and also your accompanying note advising me that . Bowers is to be presented that occasion with a Gold headed Cane and that i am expected to make the presentation speech. How i would like to he present that occasion and even to make the expected speech caning the retiring sheriff As he richly deserves to be caned for the manner in which he has so boldly and notoriously conducted the affairs his office from the beginning it until the present acting at All times As one unsuspected any intentional wrong and with a Savity truly refreshing and even pleasing to All with whom he had official relations but i cannot be present at the banquet for 1 am under a Promise Long standing to spend that evening with my wife in our Home and i must perform it though 1 am Frank to admit that i am sorely tempted to go to your Rich feast in Honor your retiring sheriff capt. Bowers and i Hope you will do me the favor to Tell him that i said so and also the reason for my non attendance. Also please inform him that it is the deliberate judgment the court having jurisdiction to pronounce it that he be caned in accordance with the determination his Peers and that it he Well and thoroughly done not Only for his own Good and that he May know what he people his county think his conduct but As a warning to his successors what they May expect if guilty like official conduct. But i have said enough to you in relation to my dear Friend sheriff Bowers and the banquet in his Honor Wien i add this one More thought and that is that your county nor any other county m the state Ever had a better sheriff and i fancy that i can hear his Good big hearted wife say with you All with emphasis in response to Titis sentiment a a that a so George but at least half the credit for it belongs to me a and i guess that she is right about it. La Grippe has gripped about 30 per cent our population. Ii. H. Mercer has resigned the position Yard master at Dennison and is succeeded by Joseph Campbell for Many years a conductor the Road. The boys All regret to see . Mercer leave still it is Consolation to the boys to have such a tip top fellow As Joe for their chief. Or. Mercer goes the Road As passenger brakeman preparatory to taking a position As passenger conductor. Mat Cahaney the popular c. L. Amp w. Ey., Engineer returned last saturday from a pleasant Little vacation spent with his old associate Richard Carroll Cincinnati now general manager the Cincinnati Southern by. Mat and Dick used to eat Opp Osum and Tan Skunk hides together in the Early Days the Iron Mountain railway. Hon. Eli Benfer called some his constituents Here and at Uhrichsville while his Way to Columbus. It is our opinion that if he done to get there Eli a it will be a cold Day. The invitation to the Jackson banquet Are out and Are very handsome affair. R. Gardner has sold out his store Togo. J. Lanly. Or. Lanly has sold his store to messes. Ritter and Parr. These arc All Young business men and we would be pleased to see them Prosper. T. J. Evans e. C. Lingan and Joe Morehead were at Columbus a couple Days last week. There is some talk Dennison having the largest tile works in the country in the near future. Cyrus. From sugar Creek. A. Ilo Hstetler has added to the list enterprises at this place a Large hardware store his Stock is Complete and he is having a Nice Trade. Emanuel Miller has opened a Saddle and harness shop in this place. Or. Miller is a first class harness maker and deserves the patronage our people. B. Ilo Hstetler has purchased the Ware House from d. A. Yoder this place. Or. Ilo Hstetler is hound to the highest Market Price for All kinds Grain and seeds he is a no 1 business Man and will car Hinly have his share Trade. The following persons held Lucky numbers in the distribution prizes at Beachy amp troyes store new years Day Sam Helmuth 645, Cabinet Organ Charles Johns 502, Over coat John Muman 350, bed blankets u. G. Hoch Stetler 174, pair Fine shoes Valentine Yoder 592, dress pattern while 419 which draws the set dishes and 437 the clock is not claimed yet but the Lucky holders Are expected to present their numbers daily. Levi Somers has removed from our town to Walnut Creek Ohio where he is engaged in the grocery business. Paragraph. A scrap paper saves her Lifcia. It was just an Ordinary scrap wrapping paper but it saved her life. She was in the last stage consumption told by physicians that she was incurable and could live Only a Short time she weighed less than seventy pounds. On a piece wrapping paper she read . Kings new discovery and got a Sample bottle it helped her she bought a Large bottle it helped her More bought another and grew better fast continued its use and is now Strong healthy Rosy plump weighing 140 pounds. For Fuller particulars Send stamp to w. H. Cole druggist fort Smith. Trial bottles this wonderful discovery free at f. C. Miller amp son drug store. A salary with expenses paid will come Handy to anyone who is now out employment especially where no previous experience is required to get the position. If you want a position see advertisement our fourth Page headed a a a Chance to make iw4 Canton prisoner kicked because he was not furnished with revised version the Bible and objected to associating with the rest the prisoners. The hour for opening the new Philadelphia Post office sunday has been changed from 2 to 3 p. M to 9 to 10 a. M. For and Small tracts Dover Road. Cheap lots easy terms. Dwellings farms Etc. Romig. Office in Mcclane Block. 46tf houses for Sale a number desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Enquire at times Ottice. Road carts at Taylor a Complete hardware store. Iw4 guns at Taylor a hardware store. Notice is hereby Given that the following accounts and vouchers executors administrators guardians trustees and assignees have been tiled in the office the judge the probate court Tuscarawas county o., and will be for hearing saturday feb. 1st, 1890, and continue from Day to Day until All Are disposed final account and vouchers John Linard executor the will David w. Kennedy deceased. Final account and vouchers John c. Dessecker executor the will John m. Dessecker deceased. First account and vouchers Fanny s. Vinton Joseph Alvin Vinton administrators the estate Alvin Vinton sr., deceased final account and vouchers Henry Leister executor the will John Leister deceased. Final account and vouchers Mary e. Burchfield administer matrix the estate Charles w. Burchfield a. Final account and vouchers John w. Fackler administrator the estate Charles Buss deceased. Final account and vouchers Peter Gross administrator the estate Sophia Hare deceased. Final account and voucher John w. Gardner guardian Eliza e. Reddick formerly Eliza e. Gardner. First account and vouchers Samuel Fankhauser guardian William ii., Mary a., Samuel. Lenora e. And Emily c. Fankhauser. First account and vouchers Adam Kramer guardian Cecilia Ginther. First account and vouchers Susan Crow administrator the estate Caldwell Crow a. Final account and vouchers Jacob n. Mast guardian James a. Barr. Final account and vouchers Robert l. Morris administrator with the will annexed tiie estate Phoebe a. Fawcett a. First account and vouchers John Andreas guardian Louisa Elizabeth and Minnie Wenger. Final account and vouchers Samuel Vogel trustee the estate Mary e. Blatter under the will Elizabeth Vogel a. Fourth account and vouchers William Mizer guardian Joseph Vanostran. Final account and vouchers Christian Winkler guardian Edward putt. First account and vouchers Robert Carruthers executor the will Israel Berkshire a. Final account and vouchers David Strawn executor the will James e. I. Strawn a. Final account and vouchers William n. Sweaney Assignee Joseph Snell Baker. First account and vouchers Solomon Mercer Assignee the estate Luella s. Cunningham. Final account and vouchers Christian Roth guardian Albert Roth. Third account and vouchers Henry w. Kerch guardian Lewis I. Kerch. First account and vouchers Lena Balder administer matrix the estate Frederick Bahler a. Second account and vouchers John Hagloch guardian Henry Stah Lecker an insane person. Final account and vouchers Hiram Angel administrator the estate Peter Porcher a. First account and vouchers John g. Neumann Assignee the estate Philip Heid. First account and vouchers Gottlieb Spahr guardian Robert e. Sphar. Final account and vouchers William Lab administrator de Bonis non with the will annexed the estate Augustus lab a. Final account and vouchers Henry Baab administrator with the will annexed the estate Frederick Baab a. Final account and vouchers Philip Mccue administrator the estate Sarah Mccue a. Final account and vouchers John s. Graham executor the will Sarah j. Kurtz a. Second account and vouchers Eli Van Lehn administrator the estate John Knaus a and final account and vouchers Daniel m. Kinsey a late administrator the estate John Knaus Das rendered by Eli Van Lehn surviving administrator. Final account and vouchers Francis m. Galbraith guardian Andrew j. Mccue. Final account and voucher John Kempf administrator the estate Caroline Kempf a. Second account and vouchers Isabel Jones guardian Amo Jessie Jones. Final account and vouchers Jacob Robart guardian Jacob f. Hirt first account and vouchers Catharine Grossarth executrix the will Philip p. Grossarth a. First account and vouchers John Anderegg guardian Sophia e. Blaser. First account and vouchers Valentine Wenz guardian William w. Sharp. Final account and vouchers j. Frank Greene Assignee John Niederhauser. First account and vouchers Eliza j Sisson and John ii. Tomer executors the will John c. Sisson a. Final account and vouchers John b. Read guardian Andrew j. Read final account and vouchers Minerva l. Link executrix the will Peter s. Link a. Second account and vouchers Belinda Coffey executrix the will William Coffey a. First account and vouchers Silas w Lappin one the executors the will israels. Lappin a. Final account and vouchers Ursula m. Hill guardian Edward e. And Lilly u. Hill. Final account and vouchers Samuel w. Walter executor the will Samuel House a. Final account and vouchers Anna c. Flickenger formerly Anna c. Campbell now deceased late administer matrix the estate Austin r. Campbell deceased As rendered by Thomas ii. Wilson administrator the estate Anna c. Flickenger a. First account and vouchers John ii. Bell guardian Thomas n. And Anderson Mcadoo. Final account and vouchers Alonza Johnson administrator the estate Nelson Johnson a. Final account and vouchers Gottlieb Spahr guardian Norman p. Sphar. J. W. Yeagley probate judge. Jan a. 7th, 1890. Necrology. January. 3. Etta Billett. 10. Harry g. Angel. 11. Harriett Korns. 12. Harriett Vav. Dorset. 13. Matr Krata Mauer. 13. Francis Foster Warren Tenn 16. John Pease Chapin. 20. James Uptegraph. 28. John r. Arn. 30. Anthony Sluthour Indian Apolis ind. 10. February. 2. Mary aun Steese Denver 3iiscellaneous items. Alligator and Man. Col 3. Joshua Gooding. 12. W. Amp m. Custer. 22. David Wallding Knisely Newcomerstown 24. Leroy White Pike run 5. March. 3. Sun Moser. 3. James Lintern Pike run 5. We. W. Simmers Lockport 13. Napoleon j. Williams co. A., 51st V. V. I. 12. We. Fennell Stone Creek 21. Annie c. Emerson Hummell a Valley 22. Adam Mathias Oldtown 28. Annie e. Barnhill. 28. Charley Jones Pike run 9. April. 2. Mary Schwab. 3. Robert Parks. 9. Robert Reed Caddes. 9. Sylvenus w. Burton co. D., 161st v. V. I., Akron 14. Mary Watkins Plains 16. Emma Haney. 16 George William Seliy. 21. Leonard Mullett. 26. Harry g. Kennedy. 9. May. 1. Susan Young. 3. Frederick Weber. 18. Child Frederick Kesley. 24. John Burri. 24. An Mary Haskins Uhrichsville 5. June. 1. Blanche t. Hummell. 9. Andrew Harman. 10. Geo. W. Gardner Beidler 18. Mark c. Shaw Pike run 21. Asher Mosher. 5. July. 3. Jas. Stevenson Pike run 12. Catherine Gintz. 13. Child Edward goodright. 14. Mary Degreif. 14. Sarah Bowers Knisely. 18. Patric k Day Ley Stone Creek 18. Patrick Duffey Stone Creek 23. Hash l. Lute Lockport 23. Herbert Weiley. 24. George Arnold 10. August. 7. Thede Whitney. 7. Child we. Martin. 17. John English. 18. Elizabeth Schlagle Lockport 20. Shelden Crowley. 23. Daniel Munich. 10. Ada Elizabeth Harris. 11. Child we. Ditto. 8. September. 2. William b. Brown. 2. Frank p. Brown. 2. Peter Niff Egger. L5. Sarah Lewis. 15. Joseph Clinton Mcbride. 23. Scott Shanks. 6. October. 5. Harry Skinner. 6. Martin Alexander. 11. Marinda Smith. 12. Arthur James Mcbride. 24. James w Scott Pike 36. Catharine Auman. 28. Mrs. Jas. Kelly Lockport 29. Edwin p. Schmulbach Pike run. 8. November. I. Frederick Kinsey. 4. Bertha May Grinnel Pike run 10. James a. Thompson. 10. Godfrey w. Gribble. 14. John Allen. 14. John ready Cleveland 15. Child w. C. Carson. 17. George Jacob Bippus co. E., 126th V. V. I. 24. Joseph ditto. Co. A., 51st V. V. I 13. Margaret Thomas. 17. We. Frederick Meyer. 19. Hatty Bechold. 25. Ida e. Schlafly Goshen. 10 total number deaths during the year 96. R. Kirby supt. Of cemetery. 24. We. Osgood. 26. Child Fred Studer. I december. 1. Daniel Stifler 1. Mary a. Christy Wooster j 2. Child we. Correll. 5. Rachel Mcfarland. 11. Reginald v. Holmes Pike run 12. Child David Powell. How a huge saurian disabled and secured its human prey. An exciting Story an alligators Vio tory Over its human prey is gleaned from a Sierra Leone the White Many a grave a a one my men a says . Lethbridge Banbury a brushed round from the Back the Island and cried out a Massa no a dug out upset and de Man calling for a i followed the men round the Island apprehending nothing and expecting to see the occupants the Canoe wading ashore again inside it. The Man was standing in about four feet water and mud with paddle in hand pushing and striking at the water while the Canoe floated slowly Down with the tide. The boy still screaming swam rapidly toward the far Shore. A a a but Why let the Canoe Drift away upside Down when he can so easily regain it a i said speaking More to myself than the men. Yet As i spoke Thero was a commotion in the water and the Man a powerful fellow began hitting out with All his might at a huge dripping body now slowly raising itself a few paces before him. A by heavens an Alligator a i cried As the monster stood High out the water the ugly head craned Forward and the two front legs battling with the doomed negro. A my gun and shot bag Quick a and suiting the action to the word i Tore round to the Rock where 1 had left them and returned panting with the exertion and earnestly hoping that i might be in time. A yes there they were still about eighty Yards off the Man fighting for dear life hitting out hard and Strong at the massive saurian but a few feet from him. The blows fell harmlessly upon the thick head and body the brute while the Man endeavoured to Hack further away. A there was not a foot Between them now and it was impossible to fire As with anxious heart i dropped one knee and tried in vain to take a Truo sight. It was impossible to do so As the Man s body was constantly covering that the Alligator in their struggle so i fired in the vain Hope frightening Tho beast away. A but my shots were unheeded for they were soon absolutely entangled in an unequal wrestling match As with a Quick movement Tho hug i Alligator threw itself upon the wretched Man. A the boat a i said but my men Shook their Heads. She was lying useless an oozy bed mud and no amount pulling would move her into deep water within at least an hour. So i continued firing and then rushed desperately into Tho water with an idea wading toward the Man. But it was useless. Ere 1 had proceeded ten Yards Tho mud and slush were up to my Middle and i could barely move my feet so 1 returned to the Shore. It was too late to do any thing for slowly but surely the Alligator was gaining ground its neck and body were craning Over the Many a shoulder while to tried to dig it off with his useless weapon. A there was a momentary struggle a sort spreading wriggle As though Tho Alligator was putting still More weight into its Bodjo a faint cry a splash and Tho water throw around a few circular rings As they Sank beneath its surface. In vain i watched the water with faint Hope seeing the Man Rise once More to renew Tho unequal contest. Not a sign vestige again appeared and below the dark surface the silent Stream the brute Lay sprawling above its unhappy victim until he was since Adam died. The number people who have lived since the be ginning time. Did you Ever make a calculation the number people that have inhabited this Globe since the beginning time no doubt you will say that such calculations involve a loss time and Are after All Barren results hut As to Are engaged in giving curious readings and Odd calculations let us take a few minutes time and approximate with a certain degree accuracy at least the number souls that have Boon ushered into and out this sinful world since the time when it was not Good for Adam to be Alono. At the present time it is believed that there Are 1,400,000,000 human beings out Globe but let us suppose there has been but an average 900,000,000 living at one time since the creation. To give room for any possible doubt As to the average length life we will put it Down at 50 years. It May Hare been longer than that during Bible times it has been much Shorter however since. With the average length life reckoned As above we have had two generations 900,000,000 Reeoh every Century for the past 0,000 years. Taking this for granted we have had about 63,627,-843,237,076,206 inhabitants this Globe since the beginning time. Admitting that there is a great Deal guess work about this calculation and that it has been hastily and perhaps inaccurately done it will be perceived nevertheless that our Earth is a vast cemetery. On each Rood it 1,283 human beings have found a burial place. A Rood being scarcely sufficient for ten Graves each grave must contain the remains 129 persons. The whole surface the Globe if All Peoples Bury within the Earth As we do has been dug Over 120 times in order to got room for burial . Louis Republic. Man in composed air. The following is from Justus Liebig the greatest chemist Tho nineteenth Century a science has demonstrated that Man Tho being which performs the greatest wonders is formed condensed air solidified and liquefied gasses that he lives condensed As Well As a condensed air and by Means the same agent moves Tho heaviest weights with Tho velocity Tho wind. But Tho strangest part the matter is that thousands these tabernacles formed condensed air Are going to legs destroying other forms condensed air which they May need for food clothing account their Power destroying each other in pitched Battles by Means the same materials which they Are composed. Chemistry supplies Tho clearest proof that so far As concerns this Tho ultimate and most minute composition and Structure which is beyond the reach our senses Man is to All appearances identical with the even with the animals lowest in the scale wedding maid in demand. There is a demand just now for wedding maids at the very select intelligence offices. A maid who can Mako herself a necessity can command her own Price. She shops looks after the Linen and bedding which she Marks ties in sets and packs away in sachets Lavender Sweet Clover goes Over the brides Dimity shortens skirts tightens bands and yokes touches up bodices and puts corsets into a flutter ribbons. She gets samples lace trimmings and stuffs sows the buttons new gloves stretches them with an Ivory and Breaks in slippers and shoes w without soiling them. She trims handkerchiefs and frills All sort3 things from a tray cloth to a Pillow Sham. She gets the effect hats lxounet3 and wraps and hints at the changes that would make the w eager just a Little i . Y. Evening world

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