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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - January 10, 1889, 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 01 every description done Short notice. Your l Avor solicited. New Philadelphia times the a a times Quot advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y . One Inch. 11 00 i 2 00 $ 3 00 9 a 00 three inches. 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 half column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices. Ten cents per line. Volume in t new Philadelphia o., thursday january 10, 1889. Number 3. Business directory. John w. Nixon m. D., physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Tinker. 51yl t c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building South Broadway. Residence two doors South c a p depot. 49 prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office in the Mclane Block new Philadelphia Ohio. 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 House North Broadway. 47yl j h. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Samuel 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. J Oseph p. Murphy a livery amp feed stable Phiillips Burgin Ohio. First class rigs for All purposes. Office and stable near Railroad depot. Oct. 25. 44m6 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 Saf action Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller a son. 6y2 h. amp a. P. Lacey procure patents in the u. S., Canada and Europe 2� years experience. Preliminary examinations As to patentability inventions free. No attorney fees in to 1-Vanee for obtaining u. Patents. Full instructions in patents terms Etc., sent tree. Address k. A a. 1. Lacey Patent att is Washington d. C. Feb. 2, �?T85yl Babcock ii urd. Amp co., wholesale grocers 100 amp 103 water St., Cleveland. P. 11. Babcock ii. Hurd jr., Babcock 11. A. Bishop Mcclelland Hurd wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co., limited new York for the Sale their celebrated Alaroma and Bunola brands roasted Coffee. 24yl the g1lsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. T. Minnis proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms. Table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. 45yl t. W. Mcdermott d. V. S., honorary graduate the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats All diseases Domestic animals. Surgery a specially. Horse dentistry neatly done. Carious Teeth removed. It pays to keep a horses Teeth in Good condition. Spavins and ringtones Best treated by the actual cautery. Calls by Telegraph otherwise promptly an swered. As office Over Routzen Heiser a drug store new Philadelphia. Ohio 4yl steam engines boilers and machinery. Engines and boilers for Mill shop farm in every size and style desired and to suit every purpose. Saw Mills and Wood working machinery grist and feed Mills shafting pulleys belting and Mill supplies. Also a Large lot Good second hand engines and other machinery very cheap. Harmes machine depot. 97 a 99 first ave., Pittsburgh a. 48yl Money to loan first mortgage farm Security at Low rates interest. Loans Only taken r three years More and for sums 81.000 and upwards. Privilege making partial payments 8100 More Loans granted and Extension time Given when interest is kept up promptly. No commission and no charges for recording mortgages. For further particulars and information address we. 11. Ross Gene a agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. 42in6 october 11, 1888. Pensions 20yrs. Practice in pensions amp Soldier claims. Success no fees. Send for new Laws. C. M. Sites amp co., atty a Washington,. A the Montana express a will be inaugurated november 10, 1888. Elegant dining cars drawing room sleepers handsome Day coaches a and free colonist sleepers with Kitchen and lavatory. The Only line to the three great cities Montana great Falls Helena amp Butte for maps and general information inquire your own ticket age to f. I. Whitney Gene a . And Tkv tags to St. Paul Minnesota. Traveler a guide. Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling Railroad. In effect oct. 7, 1888. New Standard time. Trains going South. A com a com stations. No. 1. Modal a. Inoda a. No. 19 no. 3. No. 5. Cleveland. 6 45 a. M. 4 15p.m. 5 20 am Black River 7 00 a a 4 25 a a 6 30 a a Elyria. 7 20 a a 4 45 a a 7 20 a a Grafton. 7 40 a a 5 10 a a 8 05 a a Medina. 8 30 a a 6 00 a a 10 15 a a chips Walak 8 45 a 6 18 a a 10 40 a a Sterling. 9 0.5 a a 6 38 a a 12 05 pm Arwick. 9 31 a a 7 05 a a 1 05 a a Fulton. 9 40 a a 7 12 a a 1 30 a a Massillon. 10 02 a a 7 32 a a 6 00a.m. 2 45 a a Navarre. 10 10 a a 7 47 a a 6 15 a a 3 22 a a Beach City. 10 28 a a 8 02 a a 6 34 a a 4 05 a a Strasburg. 10 39 a a 8 13 a a 6 47 a a 4 40 a a Dover. 10 54 a a 8 1 a a 7 04 a a 5 50 a a new philae. 11 02 a a 8 35 a a 7 15 a a 0 20 a a Goshen. 11 19 a a 8 43 a a 7 22 a a Tuscarawas 11 10. A a 8 50 a a 7 49 a a 7 08 a a Uhrichsville. 11 25 a a 9 00 a a 7 25 a a 11 30 . 17 57 a a Newport. 11 38 a a 7 47 a a Stillwater. 11 49 a a 8 02 a a Tippecanoe 11 59 a a 8 25 a a Freeport. 12 14 . 8 33 a a Flushing. 12 47 a a 9 07 a a Bridgeport. 2 05 a a 10 25 a a arrive at Wheeling by Street car from Bridgeport depot. Trains going North. Stations. Accommodate a no. 2. No. 4. A com modal a. No. 6. No. 24 Bridgeport. 11 35 4 12 pm. Flushing. 12 55 a a 5 29 a a. Freeport. 1 24 6 01 a a. Tippecanoe 1 4o a a 6 18 a a Stillwater. 1 52 a a 6 30 a a Newport. Uhrichsville. 2 03 a a 2 12 a a 6 40 a a 6 50 a a. 5 00 . 2 12 a a 6 50 a a 4 30am Tuscarawas 5 08 a a 2 20 7 05 a a 4 40 a a Goshen. 5 15 a a 2 27 a a 7 13 a a 4 50 a a new philae. 5 33 a a 2 34 a a 7 21 a a 5 05 a a Dover. 5 32 a a 2 43 a a 7 46 a a 5 32 a a Strasburg. 5 46 a a 2 57 a a 7 46 a a 6 47 a a Beach City. 5 58 a a 3 08 a a 8 02 a a 7 03 a a Navarre. 6 15 a a 3 a it a 8 15 a a 7 40 a a Massillon. 6 30 a a 3 37 a a 8 30 a a 8 45 a a Fulton. 6 50 a a 3 57 a a 10 05 a a Warwick. 6 58 a a 4 05 a a 10 20 a a Sterling. 7 25 a a 4 30 a a 11 10 a a chips Walak 7 48 a a 4 53 12 01pm Medina. 7 59 a a 5 09 a a. Grafton. 8 35 a a 5 55 a a 100�?o Elyria. 9 07 a a 6 20 a a 4 15 a a Black River 9 25 a a 6 35 a a 5 00 a a Cleveland. 9 40 a a 6 45 a a 10 15 a a trains Stop signal for passengers. Tickets Sale at All stations and ticket offices. Oscar Townsend general manager. We. Ii. Grout Gene a freight and ticket agent Cleveland and Marietta railway. In effect december 2, 1888. Go North. La Parks by. Marietta. Caywood. Stanley. Whipple. Warner. Elba. Macksburg. Dexter City. South Olive. Dudley. Caldwell. Belle v Alley. Ava. Glenwood. It pleasant. Byersville. Cambridge. Oldham a. Millers. Kimbolton. Guernsey. Post boy. Neom town. Wolf a. Philipsburg. Blackband. Turners. Canal Dover. A Val june. Canton. Akron. Cleveland. Buffalo. Toledo. No. 2 no. 4. No. 8. No. 10 2uqam 855 am 645 1150 300pm 530am 703 1205 325 555 709 1204 335 605 725 1229 400 630 736 1239 415 655 750 1253 435 720 757 Luo 445 745 Soi 107 455 804 8o0 111440 812 816 117 510 832 8.25 125 526 900 835 135 540 925 814 144 555 940 850 150 605 950 856 156 615 1000 9<h 210 635 1025 927 228 7u0 1130 933 235 1142 940 212 1155 950 253 1210 955 257 1225 1002 304 1240 1013 315 120 1020 325 135 1033 336 200 1038 341 210 1044 347 220 1055 357 240 1117 417 440 121>pm 115 2.30815 620 i is a via w. A l. E. And l. A m. Notice Sale desperate claims. Tub Unolt signed will sell at pub lie Audi m. At 2 clock p. In. On saturday december 22d. L is. At the Postof fiet building in Ragersville. Ohio the desperate claims belonging to tic estate Jacob Krebs jr., deceased. Terms Cash. Abraham Youngen administrator Jacob Krebs . M. V. Ream attorney. »9>v4 go to Montana via these. Paul Minneapolis a an Manitoba Ray. A magnificent going South. No. 1-5. No. 3. No. 7 no. 9. La Toledo. Buffalo. 745 am 540 Cleveland. 1115 Akron. 1230 pm Wanton. 12s Valley Jun ctr a. 450 pm 230 Noo am canal Dover. 512 253 730 Turners. 555 303 750 Blackband. 600 3 9 800 Phillipsburg. 415 314 810 wolfs. 616 325 835 newcomers 625 335 940 Post boy. 425 243 1002 Guernsey. 642 352 1020 Kimbolton. 647 357 1040 Millers. 657 407 1055 Oldham a. 704 414 1110 Cambridge. 714 424 723a in 1130 Byersville. 733 440 1220 pm Point pleasant <4. 454 1245 Glenwood. 753 5001255 Ava. 800 506 105 Belle Valley. 810 516 835 135 Caldwell. 825 526 900 200 Dudley. S32 513 915 215 South Olive. .838 500 927 230 Dexter City. 842 .545 932 240 Macksburg. Elba. S49 5 2 942 300 856 559 952 31 Warner. 910 613 1015 3-10 Whipple. 920 623 1030 4 Al Stanley. 935 638 1055 423 Caywood. 941 703 1105 445 a Marietta. 1000 703 1130 500 Parkersburg. 155 pm 1145no. 5 and 6, daily. New Philadelphia times. Through coaches trains nos. 2 and 3. Between Marietta Canton Akron. Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with c w a b a c a n. And Ohio liver packets at Cambridge with b a East and West at Newcomerstown with p. C a St l East and West at Dover with claw and c and a North and East at Valley Junction with w a l e and Valley Ray. W k Richards gent pass age to a. T. Wikoff Gen manager. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. R. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect nov. 18, 1888. Going East. Stations. Mail express local. Leave new Philadelphia 6 2 . 2 10 . 1 20 . Canal Dover. 6 45 a a 2 20 a a 145 a Zoar. 7 15 a 2 35 a a 2 15 a ineral Point. 7 30 a a 2 41 a a 241 a a Magnolia. 8 00 a a 2.56 a a 3 l9 a a Waynesburg. 8 10 a a 3 01 a a 3 17 a a Malvern. 8 35 a a 3 11 a a 3 35 a a Oneida. 8 45 a a i 3 16 a a 3 42 a a Minerva. 9 00 a a 3 23 a a 3 55 a a arrive Bayard. 9 20 a a 3 35 a a 4 05 a a Alliance. 10 05 a a 4 35 a a Cleveland. 1250 . 6 55 a a Wellsville. 121.5 Quot 5 25 Bellaire. 5 log a s 00 a a Pittsburgh. 2 25 a a 745 a a going West. Stations. Mail. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. 6 to . 1250 . Bellaire. 4 40 10 to Wellsville. 8 1.5 2 50 Cleveland. 7 45 1 35 Alliance. 10 �?~25 3 45 Bayard. 10 55 4 15 7 30 . Minerva. 11 03 4 23 7 45 Oneida. 11 12 4 36 8 10 Malvern. 11 17 4 43 8 35 Waynesburg. 11 28 5 00 8 .5 5 Magnolia. 11 33 5 07 9 20 Mineral Point. 11 47 5 27 9 55 Zoar. 11 53 5 55 10 10 canal i Over. 12 10 6 00 10 40 arrive new Philadelphia 12 20 6 15 11 00 Valley railway. In effect december 2, 1888. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday january to 1880. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 3f�?othe new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance#1.00 if not paid within three mods 1.50 so remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. 4�address All matter intended for publication to the times. There Are three cases Small pox in Newport by. On the night Jan. 3rd, the Council Dennison re passed the local option ordinance by a unanimous vote. Dennison is dry once More in name Only. We learn that editor Scott the reporter has bought the Little paper known As the Bolivar nerds journal and will Issue it from the reporter office but retain its former name. An eight foot vein Coal has been found in drilling a Well near Centerville Dakota. This will be much value to the people that country who have been used to burning Hay for fuel. Gov. Hill new York has just appointed George b. Mcclellan son Little Mac an Aid Liis stall. This makes Young Mcclellan a colonel at a jump. He is one the Wall Street reporters for the new York Herald. The House is discussing the question 50 per cent reduction sugar As contained in the Senate Bill. Kansas interposes objections to so Strong a reduction the ground that it would kill their sorghum Industry. Ben Hopkins late assistant cashier the defunct Fidelity National Bank died at his Home in Cincinnati monday morning. He was pardoned by the president and had been Home but a few Days. He died dropsy. One these Days some pedestrian who has narrowly escaped being run Over by a reckless Driver at Street crossing will shoot the Driver and it will be a Surprise to note How leniently a jury his countrymen will Deal with the Chicago Tribune. Good news concerning the old Calico Railroad comes to us from Washington Guernsey co. It is reported that the subscription asked from the township has been raised and the people Are in great glee Over the Prospect a Road in the near press. The county commissioners were in session monday and tuesday. Or. Wesley Emerson was inducted into office and took hold his work in a business like Way. Or. Samuel Rufer was the retiring member the Board. Or. Emerson is a Good business Man and will fill the position with credit. The Board now stands messes. Benner lash and Emerson. Complaint comes to us again this week from Tuscarawas Post office that the times had not arrived monday. We do not know How to account for so Many mishaps neither do we know How to remedy them. We mail regularly except last week we were one Day late account publishing the annual exhibit but at that All papers ought to reach their destination saturday. Fifty armed and masked men entered the jail at Greely Colorado the night the 29th december overpowered the sheriff and took from the cell w. French a Rich cattle owner and hanged him to a Cotton Wood tree. French quarrelled with one his tenants by the name Harry Woodberry Over some hour and about ten Days ago entered his House anti shot him dead. Justice was melted out by the mob. Doings the week. Guernsey county is excited Over a new Railroad to run from lore City through Washington Winchester Antrim Londen Dery Freeport and terminate at Pittsburgh. An enthusiastic meeting was held saturday evening at Winchester. Col. Boone Zanesville is at the head the project. They expect to have cars running Between lore City and Freeport by this time next year. This proposed line railway is through a Fine country and we Hope to see it Index. All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for the West connect at Alliance with trains the a great fort Wayne route running Pullman Palace sleeping oars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates fare Etc., apply to r. K. Dixon agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. James Mccrea. E. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Pas. Age to. Pittsburgh a. Going South. Stations. Going North. No. 3. 11 15am no. 7. 4 1.5pm la Cleveland a no. 4. 9 24am no. 6. 2 i pm 1202pm 5 08 Peninsula. 9 03 1 42 12 30 5 37 Akron. 8 55 1 15 1 28 6 33 Canton. 7 55 12 15 2 15 7 25 a Val a Jet la 7 05 1130am the constitutional revision committee will recommend some important changes As to representation i n the 11 Otise and Senate Ohio. The present basis is one member the House to 31,000 inhabitants. The census will show a population in the state 4,000,000, and it will be necessary for a change basis. If the old basis is followed then there would be one member to every 40,000, which would Cut out the representation several counties. It is proposed to so Divide As to give each county a representative. A new baby at the methodist parsonage. We Are sorry to learn that . Chapin has been quite ill. C. P. Court begins the 15th, and will last several weeks. Conductor Pratt is resting from his labors for a few weeks. Little Clara Dick is perhaps the happiest child in town she started to school to Day. Miss Marne Domer entertained a few friends saturday evening. Or. And mrs. Of Donnell entertained All their relatives in new Philadelphia and Ufi Richville thursday evening. Miss Emma Quot Welty had quite a pleasant Little party at the family residence in Honor her guest miss Hearn Cadiz. Or. Scott editor the reporter has taken in a partner. Or Scott is to be editor still. No change except in ownership. Miss Harriet Korns sister mayor Korns died at the residence her Mother South Broadway wednesday morning cholera Moribus. She was aged fifty years and nine months. The funeral will take place Friday at 2 clock. An old gentleman by the name Robinson living at Newport the c. L. Amp w. Railroad was struck by the gravel train saturday last and killed. He attempted to Cross the track in front the train which was running at a High rate Speed. We learn from our Friend Andrew a. Huffman Baltic that . J. G. Luke druggist that place died thursday night last chronic Bowel trouble and was buried saturday. Or. Luke had suffered from White swelling which wrecked his Constitution very much. He lived a Bachelor. He has a sister and brother living. The Shanesville news says that boys and girls that town steal chewing gum Penny tablets Corn Salve Etc. We have heard liquor leading the youth our land to ruin and disgrace but this is the first Case record where chewing gum lured Young people to vice and shame. Let us have prohibition against the filthy stuff. Every lady suffering from those distressing female complaints weakness Etc., so common to her sex should Send her address and receive full particulars a Nev treatment for such troubles. Sent free. . If. Ii. Armstrong 3033 Cambridge St., pliila., a. 51yl a great Surprise is it wrong to print a sunday newspaper for Money then it is wrong to preach a sunday Sermon for Money. The clergymen Are excellent men but like other men they have stomachs. The stomach a Clergyman is about As inexorable As the stomach an editor and the regularity its demands adds to rather than detracts from the usefulness one the other. The Clergyman and the editor Are quite alike in another respect. They Are neither them particularly diffident about accepting the Market City journal. Our correspondents. From Stone Creek. Is in store for All who use Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs the great guaranteed remedy. Would you believe that it is sold its merits and that any druggist is authorized by the proprietor this wonderful remedy to give you a Sample bottle free it never fails to cure acute chronic coughs. All druggists sell Kempis Balsam. Large bottles 50 cents and $1. Excitement in Texas. Great excitement has been caused in the Vicinity Paris Texas by the remarkable recovery j. E. Corley who was so helpless lie could not turn in bed raise Bis head everybody said he was dying consumption. A trial bottle . Kings new discovery was sent him. Finding Relief he bought a Large bottle and a Box . Kings new life pills by the time he had taken two boxes pills and two bottles the discovery lie was Well and had gained in Llesh thirty six pounds. Trial bottles this great discovery for consumption free at Jiller amp songs. Large bottles $1. Editor times a i arrived in your City monday morning having spent the whole night upon trains coming from Cincinnati a Friend mine accompanying me. On arriving at the depot we concluded owing to the Muddy roads to walk to the Exchange hotel. We had hardly got to the top the Hill above the depot when we discovered that we were in utter darkness. We managed pretty Well until we started lip Broadway As it is called when we ran into a pile Stone and Iron upon the Side walk used As Steps to a two Story Brick House where we busted the left knee our pants and skinned our shins. After recovering from the wreck we started again upon our journey and had not gone very far when my Friend collided with a portico nearly knocking it Down almost cracking his cranium causing him to see stars and have the headache but after this and various accidents we arrived at the hotel some what wrecked a not As Beautiful As we were somewhat disfigured but still in the ring. We however concluded that the citizens and the officials the town did not care whether strangers were lighted through the streets not. Upon inquiry we ascertained that none the stockholders the Gas company were residents the town and do not even taxes upon their franchise but Are charging its citizens and the town a very exorbitant Price for a very inferior Quality Gas that the main object the Gas company is to sell the works to the town the Plant which is almost entirely worthless. A few years ago during a very cold spell in the Winter we observed that this company was burning Large piles Coal upon the streets in order to thaw out its Mains. Why done to your City adopt electric Light organize a company that will furnish Good Gas at a reasonable rate and live up to their contract with the town and keep the streets lighted at least during All dark hours the darkest being just before the Dawn and at the time the arrival the trains when strangers and persons coming in and unacquainted with the town should be lighted through its streets. From canal Dover. Edward Helmreich was Home from Kansas to attend the funeral his sister and left for the West the first Day the new year. The special Board examiners for the Dover Village school District held a special examination for the purpose selecting a teacher for the High school to fill vacancy caused by resignation . Burrel. We believe that there was but one applicant a miss a. M. Eaton from Erie pa., who will be our High school teacher. The band concert new years Day was a delightful affair and Many people were out to hear the boys play. The Only objection that could be made was that the air was a Little raw and cold for an out door concert. The band is improving rapidly. George Betscher and j. A. Lochstet Ler have had a saw Mill located their farm up the canal and will convert a lot logs into lumber. They have some very Fine Poplar Timber the lumber from which will be for Sale. John Strickmaker our genial artist Friend is now better prepared than Ever to do work in his line. Those wanting anything in the line photographs to. Should give him a Call and see his commodious rooms and facilities for doing Good work. Lucas Friend has purchased what is known As the Rhodes property front Street and intends erecting two houses thereon in the Spring. The entertainment Given by the a a Rhondda glee singers a at town Hall Jan. 5th,"1889, was Well attended by our Best people and was an enjoyable at air. In numbers and scope they discounted any similar performance Ever seen heard Here. On the evening the 8th january a Quartetti gypsies assisted by a . Thomas give a musical entertainment at the methodist Church. This concert whatever it May be called is to take the place the third lecture in the regular course Given Here this Winter. The tickets sold for the course Call for a from Sumpter to Appomattox a by Gen. W. Ii. Gibson and those who bought tickets had a right to expect to hear him instead the gypsies. A a Yankees Dan Zimmerman has add ded to his list curiosities a full grown live Deer. Will Kreiter won the animal at a shooting match up in the neighbourhood Ragersville Jan. 1st and Dan was bound to have it to take along to the Island in the Spring. Fred. Miller one the liveliest lads in town received a Fine silk umbrella for a Christmas gift from parties living in Cleveland. In the fullness his heart Fritz went Home and made his wife a present the one he had at Home saying one would be enough for him and he would keep the new one. A Day two afterwards lie received a letter from the City stating that the parties had sent mrs. Miller an umbrella As a gift and wished them All a a a merry now Fred says he has no a shame a and must borrow from his wife when it Rains. Something Over a year ago a Man by the name Epenschied from Down Stone Creek some place came to Dover and secured a License from the mayor at a fair figure and commenced to sell meat driving from House to House and it was not Long until the Price meat was Cut Down about two cents a Pound All along the line. Last Spring this Man Espenschied purchased what is known As the Harper farm West town and is now better prepared than Ever to furnish meat to the people this town. The butchers Are now clamouring for Protection. On monday evening at the Council meeting they were hand in Force with an attorney prepared to ask that License five dollars a Day be imposed . Espenschied which would amount to actual prohibition. The next thing would be a secret understanding among them then up goes the Price meat. We believe that such proceedings Are clearly unconstitutional and More than that we do not believe that the legislature contemplated any such outrage when it gave the councils villages Power to impose a License fee peelers. On account the absence the mayor no business was done. A special meeting will Likely be called when they will be hand again with their demands and it is to be hoped that the Council will remember that they Are not holding their positions Only for the Benefit four butchers in the town. Grafton. From Blakes Mills. John Narney has sold his neat Little property and will move with his family to Missouri. Or. Narney is an honest sober and industrious Man and the Village will lose one its Best citizens. We observe that notices Are posted for the receiving bids to carry our mail. Council met and transacted its usual monthly business. Miss Bessie Darst and her brother Jacob Are visiting friends in Cleveland. Edward fagely met with an Accident which will result in the loss an Eye. Postmaster Graff wears a smile. A tis Well. An increase paternal care another face seen in the family Circle and another Boarder that has come to stay. J. N. Cramer and de. Steinbaugh returned Froin Galien Michigan thursday. Or. Cramer is wonderfully taken up with the country expressing in eloquent manner its advantages and facilities and expresses the Hope to make it his Home at some future time. Or. Steinbaugh has negotiated for a farm and will move in the Spring. Rev. Scarborough is conducting a series meetings in the m. E. Church. That Broom still continues to fan the High state the atmosphere. Why this thu Ness and consequently this shyness 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. By Speaks make. On Christmas eve the children the German sunday school were treated with a Christmas tree As always was the Rule. With candies too their pockets filled made every one look Bright and very pretty speeches some them did make that very night. At Tunnel four there works a score men a removing ground. In present state excess weight above this Hole is found. Cut it Down till the Crown opening no. 4, no weight will Bear timbers there and danger be no More. On new years Day the people say our town was rather Dull save but a fight put some in fright a a Short one Down by Shull. A twas not Complete a text Bill and Pete. Bill slashed with balls and Cue while Peteya Shi 1 Ley near knocked him silly while to Ward his head it flew. A twas rather Tough and a twas enough to give each one a scratch. They re a bout one size but there a no prize connected with this match. At Bakersville against their will they shot not for the Deer. Their shooting matches need a Patch to Patch them up we fear. By owner bold the Deer was sold to Zimmerman Dover. Soon As the word the men had heard. The shooting match was Over. Some men Felt sad some were real mad a they could not fill the Bill a a Well never go near to shoot for Deer again at if Santa Claus would know the cause Why they hit this plan the Deer head track and bring it Back from the a a zoom a Yankee from sugar greek. The new year. L. Sommers has quit the Saloon business but keeps a first class restaurant. Or. Sommers contemplates building a hotel in the near future besides he will manage a Butcher shop which is needed very much Here Ilo Hstetler amp Troyer have now completed their Blacksmith shop and it will Only be a few More Days until you can hear the Bellows Roar and see the flaming forge. They Are energetic Young men and deserve the patronage the Community the White Cap craze has struck some silly Crank who thought it would be fun to Issue a White Cap order a Law abiding citizen this place and raise a sensation. These foolish parties engaged in such silly work had better quit As they Are known and Are in danger being Black capped. W. G. Ilo Hstetler principal the Sugarcreek school had a few Days vacation which he spent with friends at Justus and Canton Or. Ilo Hstetler is a successful teacher this being his third year As teacher at this place. Levi Mcclay who has been clerking in n. C. Beachy a dry goods store for nearly three years spent a few Days in Canton last week reports having a pleasant time. Lewis Sliffe Lias sold out and will leave the latter part March for Bryan Williams county where he has bought a farm. We Are sorry to see him leave As he was a useful Man in our society being the organizer Leader and instructor our Cornet band and teacher our singing school and also an Active member our literary society. Our literary society is moving along finely with w. G. Ilo Hstetler As president and Mary a. Miller As Secretary. At our last meeting the White Cap question was very ably discussed by n. C. Beachy 1. Troyer u. G. Ilo Hstetler and e. Neff. The object the society is purely educational and has proven very successful thus far. We. Ilo Hstetler and j. M. Hochstetler deserve to be praised for the interest they have manifested in our society. They Are always ready to extend a helping hand to anything that tends to be beneficial to a Community. They Are always Welcome. Since the Railroad has been changed from a narrow to a Standard gauge business has steadily increased the Road is being rapidly pushed through to Zanesville and after May 1st it is expected that there will be through trains from Cleveland to Zanesville The name our station known As Slanesville will receive some other name. The prospects for our town the coining year Are very flattering the business interests carried Here the past year were very Active. The building several new manufacturing establishments Are looked for at an Early Date. We Are very much in need at least a dozen houses As there Are Many who would locate Here if they could be housed As All the houses Here Are taken up. Here would be a splendid Chance for some Man to make some Money by putting up a dozen More houses suitable for families to live in. Sugarcreek is a Young town yet but full life and is bound to Prosper As the indications for its future Prosperity Are very flattering. The Little child Addison Angel Liv ing the Dover Road died tuesday evening and will be buried to Day. It is time to renew you subscription. Written for the times. The Church Bells rang at Midnight Long did the whistles blow under the Mellow Gas Light people walked to and fro. The sparkling lamps heaven shone dimly overhead a Silver Cord was riven. The Gray old year was dead a n Anthem from the choir a Rose sweetly the air from Louis zealous fire who watched with songs and prayer. They Sang the year departed a solemn sad Adieu and grandly As they parted a greeting for the new. And now the Bells rang faster louder the engine Horn proclaimed a mid shouts and laughter a a another year is born a another year came Forward to join the March time to make the mighty record eighteen eighty nine. Another year toiling Earnest worldly strife struggle and Turmo Iling among the cares life. Another year Progress in Enterprise and wealth another year anguish failure crime and death How Many will grow stronger How Many wealth will gain How Many lives grow longer to reach renown and Fame ? How Many daily winning the prize that time bestows who saw the years beginning will never see it close. How Many resolutions will men habit make ? fair honest firm conclusions vows they will never break. Before the year is ended nine out every ten thou aided and befriended will be a slave again. But some will climb the ladder and gain the highest round while others striving harder remain upon the ground. Be not discouraged brother press and never fear thou Fortune crowns another Shell smile you next year. There a Honor without measure there a wealth enough for each there is a goal pleasure which everyone can reach to those who do their duty with Charity in View the world is full Beauty the year is always new. W. Dutch hollow. John Miller and Jacob Blind have quit working the gravel train the p. C. Is St. Louis r. R. Or Evans Palmer was visiting natives and friends in Harrison county last week. Or. Peter helter wife and mrs. Schrimer visited relatives and friends in Henry county during the holidays. The Young folks had a Candy party at mrs. Med ill bears new years evening. All report a Good time. Did you see the eclipse new years evening there will be one the Moon the 16th inst. Our school is doing Well under the efficient management will Gold port Washington. He seems to be the right Man in the right place. Or. Robert Bicker new Comers town and miss Mary helter this place were married . 29. Or. Lewis Huston and a miss Tidrick near Newtown were married last thursday. The boys gave them an old fashioned serenade Friday evening. Attending school at j. C. Wolf is port Washington. Jake. From Hartwood. Our City a visitor. Protracted meeting begins at this place next sunday. Quite an interesting debate was held at this place last saturday evening a week. The literary is a Success As far As crowds and interest is concerned. Our school boys and the school boys Albany met near the Hartwood school House and engaged in an interesting game Hall new years Day. The score stood 19 to 13 in favor Hartwood. Or. Clem Fivecoat intends to move to Harrison county next Spring. Well miss Clem. Success to you and family. Or. Henry Decker and sons have captured four foxes this Winter. C. H. Hunt shot one about a week since. Fox Hunting is the order the Day. Cure nasal Catarrh and heart trouble. Having heard the remarkable Benefit miss Carrie Peiter derived from . Salmi a treatment i thought i would give him a trial me and i have reason to lie thankful and bless the doctor for the Benefit derived from his treatment. For 10 months previous to the time i began treatment i Hadnot been Able Todo any work at All walk 100 Yards without being out breath. My heart beat furiously my appetite had failed me and i had greatly lost in flesh then the Catarrh in my head troubled me a great Deal. In fact All Energy was gone. After 3 months treatment i am a new Man again can do As much w Ork in a Day As any Man can jump race without difficulty and have regained my old weight. I am a cured Man and owe my thanks to . Moritz Salm the Germania infirmary Columbus Respectfully h. W. Chaney. Guernsey 3w4 a sensible Man miss la Wells is visiting Wheeling and Wellsville. Miss Fox Uhrichsville is the guest miss Daisy Dodd. Miss Clark Wellsville is the guest miss Ida Lotze Heizer. Or. Allen Knisely and family Are visiting relatives in Uhrichsville. Miss Murphy Philipsburg is the guest her sister mrs. John Dick. Mrs. Or. Of Donnell entertained at Tea a number friends saturday evening. Miss Grace Marsh who has been in Cleveland for some time has returned Home. Rev. Simon and wife who have been visiting friends in Salem returned Home saturday. Or. Frank Snyder new Philadelphia was in this City visiting friends last . Miss Maggie Dixon new Philadelphia is spending the holidays with miss Lillie . Or. Charles f. Welty has returned from his Holiday visiting with his parents and Sisters in Madison. Mrs. Will Walton and daughters Carrie and Marne Uhrichsville Are at grandma and grandpa Judy a. Mrs. W. H. Huff and miss Sadie Hogue Alleghany pa., Are the guests their sister mrs. I. F. Tidrick West front Street this week. Messes John Cartright c. Petterson and Mcgrary after a very pleasant visit with friends in new Philadelphia returned to East Liverpool saturday. Messes. Coventry and simmers had a lot sheep killed by dogs Friday night last and Many wounded. The loss to the flock will doubtless foot up about $150. They got the Boodle. A worthy attorney return u Atli #180,4100. Cleveland o., Jan. 1. The attorney for the Bondsmen sex City treasurer Axworthy who went to London to secure #160,000 which Axworthy had deposited in Bank there returned to this City to Day with the Money. Axworthy is believed to be his Way across the Ocean to Canada where he will await further developments by the state Ohio in his Case. The verdict unanimous. W b suit druggist Bippus ind., testifies a a i can recommend electric bitters As the very Best remedy. Every bottle sold has Given Relief in every Case. One Man took six bottles and svs cured rheumatism ten years Abraham Hare druggist Bellville Ohio affirms a the Best Selling Medicine i have Ever handled in 20 years experience is electric thousands others have added their testimony so that the verdict is unanimous that electric bitters do cure All diseases the liver kidneys blood. Only a half Dollar a bottle at Jiller is songs drug store. Re i ural it Legure lung trouble and Catarrh. I have suffered with lung trouble and Catarrh in the head Lor nearly two years have tried Ever so Many remedies and several doctors and until i consulted . Moritz Salm the Germania infirmary Columbus did not find any Relief. Before i had tried his treatment one month i began to improve. 1 had a hacking cough pain in my lungs appetite almost gone also this miserable Felling in my head and so Many other things i suffered from that i wont mention them. Suffice it to say i am now Stout and Hearty can eat All the time and feel once More thoroughly Happy and full life like a Young girl Twenty ought to fell and All after Only six months treatment. 1 know Osiier cases . Salm has cured and heartily recommend him to the Public needing his attention. Respectfully Carrie Peiter. 3w4 Guernsey it it. For spot Cash no books charged Market reports. Corrected by John Kederly prod Nee healer january 10, flour Patent bbl. Ooola a a Best family bbl. A a Amber sack. A a a a new proc. Wheat Bushel. Corny new Bushel. Oats new Bushel. Rye Bushel. Butter Pound. Egos dozen. Buckwheat flour Pound. Hams Pound. Shoulders Pound. Sides Pound. Lard Pound. Tallow Pound. Beef Pound. Salt Goshen barrel. White Lime barrel. Akron cements barrel. Calcined plaster barrel. Land plaster ton. A a a a a barrel. Potatoes Bushel new. Dried peaches impound. Dried apples a Pound. Rags Pound. Onions Bushel. Hay it ton new. Timothy seed Bushel. Wool. Fertilizers ton. Clover seed Bushel. Chickens a Pound. Ducks a Pound. Turkeys a Pound. Geese apiece. 1889. $ 6 00 1 50 $ 5 20 1 40 1 50 1 00 40 30 55 20 16 05 12 09 09 09 05 07@15 1 15 1 00 1 35 2 25 9 00 1 50 30 03 01 50 15 00 1 75 33 35 00 4 50 04 @05 06 07 40@50 our Chicago and Denver express. Commencing sunday october 28th, the Only exclusive through Pullman car line from Chicago to Denver via Council Bluffs and Omaha will be established Over the Chicago Milwaukee St. Paul and Union Pacific railways the following time schedule leave Chicago daily10 40 in. M. Arrive Council Bluffs. 6 50 arrive Omaha. 7 05 a a leave Omaha. 8 00 arrive Denver 2d i tiny 5 25 a a this train makes direct connection with All trains from the East arriving in Chicago at night. Sleeping car fare #6.00. Excursion tickets to All Colorado Points now Sale. 45wl0 Chicago Milwaukee a is. Paul railway. Steam heated trains to St. Paul and Minneapolis. Vestibule trains to St Paul and Minneapolis. Finest dining cars in the world. Through sleeping cars to Denver. The route to the a Golden Gate excursion tickets to Colorado. Excursion tickets to California. Everything first class. First class people patronize first class lines. Ticket agents everywhere sell tickets Over t lie cd lie ago Milwaukee amp St Paul railway. 2\v3 i., Veling effect Frost. A Low ledge in Western Norway Marks the spot Widich an extensive Promontory stood until 1717. During a thaw in that year the crevices in the Rock were filled with water which was quickly Frozen by a sudden change to cold. The result was the rending the Rock and its projection with its cultivated Fields and farmstead from a height 1500 feet into the neighbouring fjord. The fall raised a great wave which not Only destroyed All the fishing boats within two and a half Miles but swept away a Church fifty feet above the water a mile away from the Promontory. For Sale.�?20 acres land situated in Goshen township Tus. Co., Ohio. Large Frame House Good stable and outbuilding Orchard apples pears peaches Etc. This property is within a Quarter a mile the Goshen Coal works. These works Are owned and operated by one the let est companies in Ohio. Property Well situated for a boarding House. Twenty thousand Bank pos scan be made from the Prem ses and which find ready Sale. Apply at the times office to Henry Burton the premises. Oct. 4. 41m6 property for Sale. Would use Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs. It is curing More cases coughs colds asthma bronchitis croup and All Throat and lung troubles than any other Medicine. The proprietor has authorized any druggist to give you a Sample bottle free to convince you the Merit this great remedy. Large bottles 50c and $1. By order the publishers i will close out at private Sale till january 26th, at Cost a Large line let books in setts including knights history eng., 8 volts #4.00 Coopers leather stocking tales 5 volts. 2.50 am. Biographical Library 7 volts 2.85 Washington Irving a works 9 volts 4.25 Goldsmiths history the Earth 4 volts. 2.25 Tusk in a works 12 volts. 6.50 Library modern novels 10 volts 3.50 Thackery a works 10 volts. 5.00 j. Fennimore Coopers works 16 volts. 8.00 Carlyle s works 11 volts. 6.75 Goethe a works 5 volts. 3.75 Rollins ancient history 4 volts 2.25 Macauley a history England 5 volts. 1.25 our boys Library 7 vols. 2.25 Gibbons roman Empire 4 volts 2.25 Guizot to a history France 8 volts 4.25 also a Choice lot poems Fine illustrated books copyrighted works also 500 Franklin edition Choice selected books. No books Laid away. Spot Cash. No books charged. All books unsold will be returned to publisher april 26th. In addition to the above i will offer at same time and for my own account a few Plush toilet cases and other Plush goods and picture frames at Cost. A few Fine family bibles reduced from $5 to $3.75. A Large lot albums at a big reduction. All spot Cash no goods Laid away. M. E. Wells Wells drug store new Philadelphia 3w2 two lots 64x66, with Good two Story Frame dwelling 10 rooms All necessary outbuildings Good Well and Cistern and a Good cellar under the House. All kinds fruit. Would sell As a whole Divide. On a Good Street in new Philadelphia. Terms very reasonable. Inquire at times office. 29tf for Sale a will Trade for Good town property a 40 acre tract Good Hill land 30 acres it Good Timber 10 acres cleared no buildings. 4a foot vein it it Coal under the whole tract situated about 3 Miles North Trenton Tuscarawas to unto. For further information rail at the times office. For Sale.�? West Ray St., a Large two Story Frame building 12 Good sized rooms front and Back stairway Gas in every room piped for water Nice cellar la Beautiful Yard and Shade tree Good barn Etc. Terms easy. For further particulars enquire j. Ii. Booth. _ 51 for Sale cheap a double two Story Frame dwelling nearly new lot 66x264 feet Good cisterns cellar and outbuildings situated West front Street. Eracli end will rent from $8 to $10 per month. Good investment. Must sell to go West. A bargain in it. Jail at the times office for information. Of if any our readers desire steady paying work we advise them to write j. E. Whitney nurseryman Rochester new York for terms to agents As he furnishes Fine outfits free. His Stock is w arranged and prices reasonable. Experience is not needed. 46wl2 for Sale Exchange a business room and Stock general merchandise in a Good business town 600 inhabitants in a Rich Community in Tuscarawas county. Stock will invoice $3,000. Information can be had at the times office. Of new Cash store. You will do Well to Call and see j. W. Stoody a new Stock groceries and provisions in his new store West High Street opposite m. E. Church. 50-4w eight building lots 33x132, West end for Sale cheap. John a. Himes. 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