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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - July 3, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published Evert 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 times the a a times advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column., one column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1y w. 8 100 82 00 83 00 8 5 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 3 06 7 50 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. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday july 3, 1890. Number 27. O it it it a a a. Or Quot r a air i 6 Jock a a s. To in co a r t 6 std i Incio \ u �3 s s c 5 �5 i Icart a 1 it 5 7 t v s in. It Iron s 2 c 0 a co it j u Gilt x a t a a a a j. C1 1 a try co 1c c c �3 1 5 h get Cor s in 7�?o3 to Cir a i x x r. 0. -1 a it i to 0 ? a 1 j new pm Ladelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor 5 it it Fri g leg Pittsburg it. Wayne amp Chicago Railroad condensed time table in effect May 18 thursday july 3, 1890. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 tithe new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.81.00 if not paid within three mods 1.50 remittances should be sent by draft. letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Address All matter intended for publication. To the times. The weeks doings. Buggies carts and hardware store. Etc., at Taylor a Dev. T. Dewitt Talmage will lecture at Freeport Ohio August 21,1890. Jay Cooke whose failure caused the Start the panic 187g, is now quite wealthy again. Trains depart from Alliance As follows Neutral Lime Gong West no. 1. Fast line. 9. Chicago express. 11. Mail. 3. Mail express. Going East no. Fast line. 11. Aeon modal Ion. 4. Mail., 10. Fast express. 20. Day express. 0. Alliance accommodation. �?�1 2 30 10-20 t 9-20 4-50 i it m 3-45 t 6-30 3-10 p 111 t 9-10 tl<-30 p 11 2-45 j m the French and British authorities Are arranging for a new Cable Between Paris and London. The Hon. Thos. A. Palmer Michigan was elected president the worlds fair association at Chicago. The hot weather the past few Days has caused Many cases sunstroke throughout the country and quite a number deaths. Trains leave Alliance for Niles and Youngs town at 5 a a 12-45 a a and 2-30 . Arrive at Alliance from Niles and Youngstown at 9-59 a a 4-30 and 8-00 . . 3 has Pullman Palace sleeping cars through to Chicago. For time tables rates fare through tickets and baggage Cheeks and further information regarding the running trains apply to the ticket agent Alliance Ohio. A daily Tea ii except sunday. Daily except monday. K. A. Ford. General pass and ticket agent. Joseph Wood manager Pittsburgh a. The p. Amp St. Louis railway. Congress is still wrestling with the Rotten Federal election Bill. The republicans will probably rally enough their number to pass it. British capitalists have purchased americans ship building Yards which Are local d at Chester pa., and new York City. America will soon be a thing Lish you some Fields wheat has succumbed to the reaper already in this Vicinity. Mrs. Warren near Bakersville died the 23d instant aged 85 years. Lightning struck the House Peter Baumer tuesday evening tearing the Corner oif. Strawberries have had their season and now comes the Raspberry for a Short season. Preaching at the Baptist Church next Sabbath morning and evening. All cordially invited. Fou Fine nine room House very convenient to Public Square. 22w6 f. S. Romig Mclain Block. Come to new Philadelphia the fourth and see the Street cars make their Start and see the firemen a race. On july 4th, 1890, the new Philadelphia Posto Fieo will be open from 7 to s 30, a. M., and from 5 to 0 p. Tascott the murderer banker Snell Chicago was arrested by Pinkerton detectives at Paris Texas the 27th instant. He will get Justice at last. Fourtly july Celebration at programme. At 10 00 clock a. M., speeches by Hon. A. W. Patrick and Hon. Jas. A. Buchanan. At 11 00 clock a. M., grail Parade in firemen a and secret orders. Music by the new Philadelphia and Bolivar bands. Do not fail to go to canal Dover the evening the fourth and see the fun fireworks etc., that will be there that evening. Pan handle route. Schedule taking effect june 15, 1890. Going West. Trains depart from the p. U. A St. Louis depot Uhrichsville Junction As follows express. 11-05 accommodation. T 5-20 express. 12-Lo a in 3-53 going East. Express. 2-45 11-05 express. 2-40 8-l.> a everyday. Central timed t except sunday. Through coaches from Uhrichsville Junction to Pittsburg Columbus. Cincinnati Indianapolis and St. Louis Pullman Palace sleeping cars 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 Uhrichsville Junction Ohio. E a. Ford Gen. Pas. And ticket agent. Pittsburg a. Joseph Wood Gen. Manager Pittsburg a. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. R. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect May 18, 1890. Going East. Stations. I mail express local. A Kava new Philadelphia 6 25 . 2 00 . 1 00 . Canal Dover. 6 35 a a 210 a a 110 a a Zoar. 7 15 a 2 25 a a 2 00 a a Mineral Point. 7 30 a a 2 31 a a 215 a a Magnolia. 8 00 a a 2 46 a a 2 59 a a Waynesburg. 8 10 a a 2 51 a a 3 07 a a Malvern. 8 35 a a 3 01 a a 3 25 a a Oneida. 8 45 a a 3 06 a a 3 32 a a Minerva. 9u0 a a 315 a a 3 45 a a arrive Bayard. 9 20 a a 3 25 a a 3155 Quot 4 25 a a Cleveland. 12 50 . 6 35 a a. Wellsville. 1210 a a 4 50 a Bellaire. 4 50 a a 8 05 a a Pittsburgh. 2 20 a a 7 00going West. Stations. Mail. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. 610 . 12 45 . Bellaire. 4 40 10 10 Wellsville. 8 15 2 40cleveland. 8 00 1 15alliance. 10 25 3 10 Bayard. 10 55 4 15 7 10 . Minerva. I 03 4 25 7 25 Ida. 11 12 4 36 7 55 Malvern. 11 17 4 43 8 15 Waynesburg. 111 28 5 00 8 55 Magnolia. 111 33 5 07 9 20 Mineral Point. 111 17 5 27 9 55 Zoar. 11 53 5 35 10 10 canal Dover. 112 10 6 00 110 40 arrive new Philadelphia 12 20 1 6 15 111 00 a terrible Tornado Paes Dover the town Gallatin tenn., the 29th ult., destroying a Church. Ten persons were taken from among the debris two whom were crushed so badly they will die. The Effort to Rescue the thirty two entombed miners at Dunbar pa., has been abandoned. The mines Are All fire and All Chance to save them even if they were yet alive has been Cut off. The census enumerator Columbus makes the population that City 90,-000. The Board Trade claims at least 100,000, As they have 23,000 votes in the City. They ask that it be done Over again. A n electric tree Felling machine has been put to work in Spain. The cutting is not done by saw but by special drills which either bore rows holes close together operate by a sweeping Cut Back and Forth across the trunk. The Dow Law has been decided con 2d prize Stith tonal in the cases going up from Vanwert to the local option features. Minnesota hangs her murderers Between Midnight and Dawn. William Brooker Pine City that state took a swing into the darkness eternity from the darkness the 27th instant for the killing his wife and her Paramour. Governor Hill and staff new York and governor Campbell and staff Ohio attended the unveiling exercises at Indianapolis monday. It looks a Little As though they were trying to make a presidential tickets Hill and Campbell. Charles Foster has concluded to be a candidate for Congress in the eighth District. The District is from 1,000 to ,200 democratic under the present redistricting the state. As Foster is the representative the Standard Oil company that octopus is expected to to buy him through. 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 cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates fare etc., apply to j f. . Agent new Philadelphia Ohio. Jose i 11 Wood e. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Pas. Age to Pittsburgh a. Cleveland and in effect May Marietta 11, 1890. Re going South. St no. 5. No. 3. No. 1 500pm 1115am 612 1230pm 60s 12spm 100 745 am i 745 230 805 253 540 815 303 550 $555 �T�320 309 825 315 600 836 611 843 337 620 852 347 630 858 354 637 903 359 642 912 409 651 819 416 t65s 925 425 702 441 724 454 737 500 743506 749 516 759 526 809 533 815540 821 545 552 827 834 i 559 012 841 853622 9031 637 1918 643 924i 700 i 940 1043 stations going North. No. 2 no. 1 Cleveland. 230pm1akron.j 1 a. Canton i a a a Toledo i j la v Aej c a r1 j i45a s 700 pm juin Aldover 1122 ton Turners i it >25 Blackband. Jii Oti in go Philipsburg ipod Wolf a 1047 Fot 12 no motown ii 4o 555 Post Roy 1029 t545 Guernsey. 1022 t53s Kimbolton j1017 533 Miller s Loos 1523 Oldham s.1,1001 f516 Cambridge.1 955 510 Byersville a 952 453 it pleasant 919 440 Glenwood. 913 1433 Ava. �?~.07 427 Belle Valley 858 418 Caldwell 1 848 4 >8 Dudley j 838 358 South Olive 832 j 352 Dexter City 827 j 347 Macksburg i 520 340 Elba 813 i 332 Warner j 759 i 318 Whipple s49 1308 Stanley 7 i3 jf253 Cay Wood. 727 247 Marietta 1 710 i 230 lip amp re so by 225 110pm a done to Stop. Flag stations. Trains no. 2 and no. 5 run daily and carry through Sleeper Between Cleveland Baltimore and Washington. Through coaches trains no. 2, 3, and 5 be tween Marietta Canton Akron Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with cd. A b., t. A Sex. By., z. A It., and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with A East and West at Newcomerstown with . A St l. East and West at canal Dover with c. L a w. And c. Late p. North and East at Valley Junction with w. Amp l. E. And Valley by. W k Richards Gene a pass age to a. T. Wilkof Gen manager. 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 f. C Miller amp son. 6y2 the democracy the fifteenth District nominated . Harter Mansfield. This is one the Best nominations that has been nude in Ohio. Or. Harter is one the Ablest men in the state 011 the Tariff question and besides is one the largest manufacturers the state. He is therefore Well qualified to rebut the false claims the manufacturer. Let the Good work go . If the Money Power the United states is to control the Republican party then Mckinley Reed will be the next candidate the Republican ticket for president. But if the masses the party Are to control then the candidate will be Blaine some Western Man. Blaine says that Mckinley Reed and other followers Are wrecking the g. O. P., by urging the Mckinley infamous Bill. Let the fire rage within until the party is burned out. Miss Lulu Savidge entertained a number her Young lady friends wednesday evening in Honor her Cousin miss Ingram. Prof. Ray has been elected superintendent the Carrollton schools and will soon move to that place. We Are sorry to lose . Ray As a citizen. David Mackaman Oldtown Valley has purchased the Michner Homestead West fair Street for �2,750. He will become a citizen our town. On Malden Island in the Pacific guano is conveyed to the coast Over a Tramway about live Miles Long which the loaded trucks Are driven by sail Power. The dwelling . Henry Leiser Bakersville burned Down the 21st instant. Loss about �400�?no insurance. Fire caught from the flue Cook stove. There will be the largest crowd in new Philadelphia the fourth july that has been witnessed for Many years. Come and enjoy yourselves that Day. The knights pythias conclave will be held at Milwaukee wis., july 8-12. Excursion tickets Good returning until july 15th will be sold via the Pennsylvania lines july 5th,0th and 7th. The great Western band new Philadelphia has been employed to accompany the fifth regiment to Milwaukee the Goth july to attend the biennial conclave uniform rank k. Of p. Bring along a Dollar the fourth july and subscribe for the new Phila Delphia times the Best newspaper in the county and if you Are a subscriber in arrears bring along enough to Square up so that we can enjoy the fourth too. Done to forget it ? a Boarder at the House George Schwinderman thoughtlessly Laid a lighted Cigar the bed in his room tuesday evening. The Cigar continued to Burn and ignited the bed destroying it and had nearly fired the building when discovered. The members the infant class the lutheran sunday school held a picnic in the Gooding Orchard West Ray Street last thursday. Forty eight Little ones sat Down for supper and the Day was pleasantly spent by All. Masters Raiff amp Gustaff have erected a building with their own hands North Walnut Street and Are occupying it for a confectionary store. The Enterprise and push manifested by these Little Fellows would do credit to some older ones. We wish them Prosperity. The republicans the eighteenth congressional District composed Harrison Guernsey Carroll Jefferson and Columbiana have nominated j. D. Taylor Cambridge for his fifth term. Taylor seems to have a tight grip the old District. The methods practice by Taylor Are probably too much for the purse the other Hon. D. A. Hollingsworth Cadiz has been a candidate several times but he is not corrupt enough for the a boys a and yet he is an Able the Man. The race for congressional nomination in the twelfth District Between Grosvenor Thompson and general Enochs ended in a dead lock and an adjournment to August 28th, at Galli Polis. Enochs was a Gallant Soldier and thought he ought to have the nomination. Even the ladies turned out for him. Enochs complains that All the Federal patronage was used a angst him and that an army postmasters and appointees the Federal government was there in Force in favor Grosvenor. That is the meanest political practice All political methods. It is like the methods that were practice in this congressional District a few years ago. Afternoon�?2 00. Firemen a tournament 1st prize Hook and ladder co.�25.00 1st prize Hose company. 2d prize a a a a. 15.00 25.00 15.00 drowned in Little Stillwater. Personal mention. From Hartwood. Todd Lunsford Chicago is in our City. _ Bob Mccleary spent sunday in Newcomerstown. Mrs. Fred. Reichenbach is visiting friends in this Vicinity. Loren Yog Nitz Newcomerstown spent Friday in our City. Misses Anna English and Ella Lali mar Are visiting in Oneida. Miss Kittie Hummel returned to Home in this City tuesday. Her miss Minnie Spence returned from her Scio visit last saturday. Tames English and wife Kansas City arrived Here last week. Miss Vina Smith returned to her Home in Uhrichsville tuesday. Miss Gertrude Mcclean entertained a the club a wednesday evening. Or. And mrs. Howard White Cleveland visited their parents Over Sabbath. Miss Sadie Stoody left for Wasington d. C., monday last for an extended visit. iss Helen Barnhill who has been teaching in Bethlehem is Home for vacation. Or. Crawford p. M., at Cadwallader made our Sanctum a Friendly Call wednesday. Miss Maria Winspear left yesterday to visit friends in Mansfield and Youngstown. A number our Young ladies held a a a Mother Hubbard a picnic tuesday at the City Park. Miss Edith Keyes left wednesday to spend the summer with her grandma at Browne a Island Virginia Edward Ehret aged 18 years raped Clara Duerr aged 13, near Zoar Friday last. He assaulted her twice. The first time she frightened him away by screaming and then he took a circuitous route around a piece Wood intercepted her before she got Home assaulted her the second time and succeeded in his purpose. He was arrested and lodged in jail. J. Haughton Uhrichsville was drowned sunday while out still War in a boat in company with three others. He was under the influence liquor and standing up when he fell backwards into the water and drowned. Whiskey and water does better mixed together than when taken separately in in such Large doses. The Little five year old son Lafa Yette Edie Tuscarawas fell through the upper floor the barn where he was playing to the Ioor below his head striking a Brick cutting through the Side the head and ear to the brain. Or. Russel was called to dress the wound. The child May recover if fever does not set in but will lose the hearing in that ear. It was a narrow escape i from instant death. On tuesday afternoon last Alonzo c. Lynch a lad about 15 years age son . Michael Lynch Dennison was drowned in Little Stillwater Creek while in bathing. The Creek along the Bluff in the nothern suburbs town is a favorite resort for the boys and Young men during the summer months and Lon. As he was familiarly called had gone with several companions to that locality immediately after dinner for the purpose playing and bathing. The Creek was quite swollen and Muddy from recent Rains and at the Point where they were it was considerably beyond their depth. Lon., it is said could not swim and he doubtless got into a deep place from which he was unable to extricate himself and was consequently drowned. The boys who were with him say he jumped from a Skiff into the Creek and after coming to the surface once twice went under again and they saw him no More. His companions were too Small to Render him any assistance. They gave the alarm at once however and soon a Large Force searchers were dragging the Creek for the body. As the Stream was very Muddy and the current somewhat rapid it was three four hours before the body was found. It was recovered near the place where he went into the Creek. The occurrence was a sad blow to the family and friends the deceased for Lon. Was a Good boy Bright and intelligent and a favorite with All who knew him. The funeral took place thursday morning. The services were held in the Catholic Church and were attended by a Large number sympathising friends and Aquaino Wanees. Rev. Father compbell made an exceedingly touching and appropriate address in which he spoke the Many forms and unexpected times in which the great reaper death comes to the human family and that sometimes when we least expect him his foot fall is the nearest. He also warned the Young companions the dead boy about going into dangerous places which was Well timed advice. The interment was made in the Catholic paragraph. Or. W. L. Cummings near station 15, Harrison county while blowing a new piece ground last week met with a Lucky find. The plow unearthed a p in Silver containing 139 prices most them were quite ancient Coin showing that they had been buried for a Long time. There were five american dollars bearing Date 1799, about one Hundred mexican dollars several French five Frank pieces and Twenty four Spanish dollars. They had evidently been in a sack which had rotted away leaving the treasure enclosed in Mother Earth. It is supposed the Money was buried there years ago when the land was in Woods and for some reason the owner never recovered it a Dennison paragraph. William Cordery a Young Man who bored in the rolling Mill died thursday last lock jaw. He became overheated while at work which Bro to a fever. Lock jaw finally set in which was supposed to be caused by an injury he received about three years ago at the hands a fellow who struck him with a Stone the jaw injuring him badly. He was buried saturday. Or. Slade and daughter Annie port Washington were the guests . Smith and wife the past week. Mrs. Callie Rogers Newcomerstown was the guest mrs. Susan Fry her sister saturday and sunday last. Editor Mcllvain and wife Are attend no the editorial association in Boston this week which he is a member. J. T. Holmes who has been Reading Law with his Uncle in Columbus came Home last week to rusticated a couple months before entering College. The misses Flora Williams and Tda Slaughman who have been sojourning n Cleveland for some time past returned to their Home and friends in this City ast Friday. _ during the storm tuesday evening High Tang struck the barn Robert Dodd occupied by . Miller splintering it up considerably and killing the horse belonging to . Miller. The barn was not fired. Mrs. Fred Brugger this City came to America about three years ago and settled in new Philadelphia but has come to the conclusion that this country is not her Home and to Day returns to Bern Switzerland her native Home and her husband will soon follow. Forced to leave Home. Children a Day has been postponed until the afternoon july 6th. There will be an ice Cream festival at this place the evening the 5th. The Farmers Are very Busy at present As Hay wheat and Corn All demand attention. There seems to be considerable dissatisfaction at Albany concerning the site for their new school building. A a let us have John Tidrick died last sunday morning a week. Lie l a l been sick in the Winter but had partially recovered and was feeling As Well As usual until Friday morning previous to his death. He received a stroke paralysis and never rallied. He was about 74 years age. He was an industrious Farmer and respected citizen. Pope says a a an honest Man is the noblest work god a and this could Well be applied to . Tid Drick a a Uncle John a As he was familiarly called. He had been in this neighbourhood for Over thirty the Community has lost a worthy citizen the children a Loving father the wife an affectionate husband. He leaves a wife and five grown up child Ren who will greatly miss him. He had been a member the Baptist Church for a Long time and was a Christian in every respect. Death always an unwelcome visitor has again visited our Community and removed miss Della Huston daughter . And mrs. Alexander Huston. She died last tuesday morning the 24th ult. She was taken sick about the first february and never regained her usual health. Her Case puzzled the attending physician As it has been generally conceded that they did not know what was the matter with her. They All pronounced it a strange Case but that is All the Public know about she was a Little past 16 years age. Her parents Are almost heart broken As she was the Only child unmarried. Her remains were interred in the West Union cemetery the 25th. Funeral services conducted by Rev. Shuman Gilmore. The parents should read and meditate the Beautiful words Cowper a a judge not the lord by feeble 9ense, but Trust slim for his Grace behind a frowning Providence lie hides a smiling x. 7. From Dundee. From port Washington. The Kuenzli Brothers butchers a purchased a Fine lot cattle last week John Gerber near Ragersville. John is one our Best stockmen and has a Fine lot cattle yet hand. He says he is glad that a Good Market is being built up in new Philadelphia for beef cattle. Mary wife Abraham Lemasters aged 83 years died wednesday afternoon last at three clock p. M., at the residence her daughter mrs. Julius Truax the in fir Naties old age. She was the Mother ten children six whom survive her. Marriage licenses granted. 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 fail to Call any druggist to Day for a free Sample this grand remedy. The ladies Praise it. Everyone likes it. Large size packages 50 cents. 1 by 1 half fare excursion the Cleveland amp Marietta railway. On july 3d and 4th, the c. Amp m. Ray will sell excursion tickets to and from All stations at half fare for the round trip Good returning until july 5th. Half fare tickets sold for children. Grand Celebration and Parade at Marietta reunion and Celebration i. O. O. F. At Ragersville and other attractions the Road july 4th. Everybody come to new Philadelphia and canal Dover the fourth and take a ride the electric Street railway and see the tournament ride to Rock View Island the pleasure Steamer see the fire works at night at canal Dover and have a grand time. For Good building lots Well located in the City Wichita is. Would Trade for town property in new Philadelphia canal Dover for land in Tuscarawas county. A bargain for any one wanting to go West. For particulars inquire Samuel Moore agent. Of Franklin College through its officials have conferred the degree . Upon Rev. J. A. Cook formerly this City but now Steubenville and the Wooster University conferred the same degree upon Rev. Heindel formerly lutheran minister this City. A. G. Nelson was at lock 17, last thursday business. George Fidler made a business trip to the a Hub a last Friday. Miss Ida Kline has been the sick list for the past week. Mrs. Leonard Carr and daughter returned to their Home in Columbus 011 saturday last. Miss Marne Reed Uhrichsville visited friends in a port a last week. The Many friends r. Anderson Are pleased to learn that he is rapidly improving. At a recent meeting the Board education . N. Sperling was hired for the grammar school. As yet no other teachers have been hired. Several our Junior order boys visited Oxford Council at Newcomerstown last thursday night. A delegation the Good temples will attend the District Lodge held at Uhrichsville this week. Our band is preparing to go with the Odd Fellows excursion to Chippewa Lake july 19. Miss Flora Kilgore who has been teaching in an Art school at Cleveland is at Home with her parents for the summer. The port Washington base Aall club played a a Brownings nine a at Gnaden Hutten last saturday afternoon resulting in 18 to 28, in favor the Gnaden Hutten boys. We still believe our boys can beat them and Are glad to hear that they will try it again soon their own grounds. The Rev. W. Ii. Oerter preached his Farewell Sermon in the moravian Church last sunday evening to a Large and attentive audience. He with his family left last monday for their new charge at Bethlehem a. Ilis Congre Gre gation wishes him unprecedented Success in his new Field labor and will always Welcome him Back among them Here. Rev. Robert Weinland will take the charge Here commencing next Sabbath. W. E. Thinks. School closed at Trail last Friday. The Good people that District worked up a Complete Surprise for the school. About 11 clock without a moments warning they came in upon them from every direction. The teacher Frank Wetter and his pupils were ordered to Fly to the Woods and the intruders ? took Possession the school House. Peace however was soon declared and when the school returned to their room they found a glorious dinner awaiting them. Not Only was the dinner enjoyed by the school but also by Many Farmers who gathered in from neighbouring Corn and Hay Fields. After dinner recitations songs and a few speeches were listened to. Among other aged visitors was father Burrell who was a Pupil the first school Wayne township sixty nine years ago and the Only one living in the township at present. Many sympathetic tears were shed by both teacher and pupils when the hour separation arrived. May Trail have Many More such occasions. Prof. J. A. Mcdowell Millersburg was in town business one Day last week. D. K. Reese Trussville Alabama is spending a few Days with his family near Here. Jacob Yanney is repairing his House. Charles Burrell was prostrated by heat while working in a Field one Day last week but is about again. Some our Young folks attended the festival at Barros Mills last saturday evening. Prof. F. Koehler and family formerly Wooster Are spending a few weeks with relatives Here. Or. K. Has been teaching in the University Wooster for five years and lately graduated there and now goes to fill a position at Berea H. Sigrist and Frank Wetter leave to Day to attend the Ohio teachers association which meets at Lakeside. From there they expect to go to Ada to attend school the remainder their vacation. Will. Frederick was in Canton saturday. Lorena Jennings and Kate Kanagy who have been sojourning in canal Dover for some time Are Home to stay. Farmers Are very Busy making Hay and cultivating Corn. Wheat is also about ready to Cut and we think Many will spend the glorious fourth in the Harvest Field this year. U. B. Still. Beautiful lots for Sale. Alley 12 feet wide. Real estate transfers. Ray Street. The above lots which have no buildings upon them Are for Sale. They Are very desirable lots near the school building North Side Ray Street. For prices and terms Call at the stove and tin store 26 w 3 l. Be link it amp sons. Infernal ingenuity. Compiled in the office the recorder deeds 850 600 350 150 200 12< 4-50 430 200 Eliza Benson to e r Van Ostran it Al lot 139, Uhrichsville a 480 Thomas Healea to e r Van Ostran lots 12 and 13, Dennison. 2,800 sheriff Goeler to Magdalena Ilan Pankrat lot 2, Philipsburg .575 Valentine Halm to j t sch nearer lots 2 and 3, Lowville. Charles e Holden to l a Redman acre Sandy. Alfred Davis to George Smith lot 103, Mineral City. Thos Walker to Cora 1 lines lots 2 and 3, Dennison. Jos Schupbach to Gottlieb Kilchenmann 10 acres Jefferson 2,400 George Mizer . To George Mizar jr., 60 acres Bucks. Clarissa Rose to John Price lots 9, 10, 11 and 12, port Washington. J m Creager to t b Hammond lot 2, Newport. We Clark and Alice 51 Clark to Martha Spence lot 11, new Philadelphia. A c Tufford to James and Sarah c Huff 8 acres Oxford. Chas Lang to Adam c Stocker lot 13, 14 and 15, port Washington a c Miller to Lamanda Hochstetler 45 acres Sugarcreek. Kate Hiester it Al to Caroline Cronebach 45 45-100 acres Salem. C e Brothers to we Lonsberry lot 65, Mineral City. Henry h Miller to Noah Mutchl Knaus part lots 68 and 69, Shanesville. Franklin Fisher to j l and j f Fisher part lot 27, Sugarcreek. J c and a b Johnson to l r Laughlin lot 17, Dennison. E e Travia to r j Peter lot 155, Dover. Christ Stuller to Jacob Torgler and Daniel Miller lot 32, Philipsburg. B f Bomgardner Cal to b f Cotter lot 2, Mechanicsburg. Magdalena Ilan Bakrat to Frank e Meese lot 2, Philipsburg. Thos Crawford to Shanon Mccoy 1 3-5 acres Newcomerstown. Adam Stocker to David Abbielee sr., lots 41, 42, 43 and 44, port Washington. Wesley w Eckfeld it Al to John Lawver it 9, Dennison. Simon Stroub to Wesley m Tracy part lot 29, Mineral City. John kerch to Jane Reeves strip land Dover. How it would work. 2,47 a 920 100 4,000 1,200 1,500 1,600 200 5-50 625 150 106 200 460 800 is it incest from 1jkayek i Axi. D. Latham left our Valley for better pasture and credit. J. W. Ferris is building air castles. John Arnold is Tii rough sawing the Valley. Emory Carnahan is hauling lumber to Barnhill for . Arnold. Us Farmers Are we orking Corn and devising some plan to get fifty cents a Pound for our Wool. E. Waltz is setting posts for we. Oliver at Pike run. Mrs. Anna Krieg is visiting at Scio. Mrs. Harvey Smith is very sick. We Hope she May recover. George Lytle is the sick list. Mother Lemasters died tuesday june 24th, aged 83 years. Or. James Lynn was the undertaker in charge. Henry Gundy intends building a barn this summer. Philip Giggle has moved the farm which he purchased . Stoneman. U. K. Alex. Finleyson and Kate Robertson. James m. Ramsey and cosette Krantz. The National educational association meeting will be held at St. Paul beginning july 8th. A number persons Are going from this locality via the Pennsylvania lines owing to the Low rates mention which is made elsewhere in this paper. 25w3 done to Purchase a reaper Binder Hay Rake without first calling w. A. Latto at his livery barn in Uhrichsville agent for the celebrated Walter a. Wood machines the Best in the Market. See his and. On 4th Page. 14wl2 buggies carts and etc., at Taylor a hardware store. Could scarcely devise More excruciating tortures than those which you see the evidences in the face a rheumatic neuralgia sufferer. The agonies Are the consequence not checking a rheumatic neuralgia attack at the outset. Hostetter a stomach bitters has been found by skillful medical practitioners to possess not Only remedial but defensive Efficacy where those diseases exists a tendency to them is exhibited. Surely this puissant Jet Safe botanic Medicine bearing too such High specific Sanction is better than the poisons often employed but most unsafe not Only in continuance but in isolated doses. The blood is Dep rated thoroughly from the rheumatic virus and the nerves slightly i purged upon saved from ultimate and dire Ful throes by this benign saving Medicine which likewise exhibits marked Efficacy for malaria kidney complaints dyspepsia constipation and liver complaint. 40--27 w 4 Columbus Ohio june 26. The supreme court has granted a motion for leave to file a petition in error in the circuit court Lawrence county in the Case Alfred Chinn against the state Ohio. Chinn was a witness for his brother in Law in a divorce Case in which the latter was plaintiff. He testified at the trial that he had been criminally intimate with his brother in Laws wife and the judge before whom the Case was heard immediately ordered Chinnis arrest the charge incest. There was nothing left for the Man but to plead guilty since a denial the charge would make him liable to prosecution for perjury. At the criminal trial the defense made the Point that the degree relationship did not make the crime incest hut the jury found him guilty and he was sentenced to one year in the Penitentiary. Judgement was suspended to allow an Appeal to the supreme court. Frightened to death. Erie pa., june 25. Little Reed Terry a pretty son j. J. Terry living near Edinboro met with a sad death. During the night the House cat entered the family bed room carrying a live Rabbit in its Mouth. The cat sprang upon the bed where the child Lay and the Rabbit uttered a piteous cry. The fright threw the Hoy into a paroxysm from which he never recovered and he died in a few hours. Too ladies wanted and 100 men to Call any druggist fora free to Al package lanes family Medicine the great Root and Herl remedy discovered by . Silas Lane 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. J5y 1 excursions to tic Northwest. Drunkenness liquor habit. Or. In All the world there is but one cure Haines Golden specific. It can be Given in a cup Tea 01 Coffee without the knowledge the person taking it effecting a speedy and permanent cure whether the patient is a moderate Drinker an alcoholic wreck. Thousands drunkards have been cured who have taken the Golden specific in their Coffee without their knowledge and to Day believe they quit drinking their own free will. No harmful effects results from its administration. Cures guaranteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Address in Confidence Golden specific co., 185 race Street Cincinnati 40yl is consumption incurable. Read the following . Ii. Morris Newark ark., says a was Down with abscess lungs and friends and physicians pronounced me an incurable consumptive. Began taking . Kings new discovery for consumption am now my third bottle and Able to oversee the work my farm. It is the finest Medicine Ever Jesse Middlewart Decatur Ohio says a a had it not been for . Kings new discovery for consumption i would have died lung troubles. Was Given up by doctors. Am now in Best try it. Sample bottles free at f. Miller k songs drugstore. For Sale. A refrigerator in first class condition Good size. Will be sold cheap. Of information Call at the times office. For Sale. The Large Island lying Between the two dams the Tuscarawas River one the finest locations for a summer re sort in the county. It also comprises the Best fishing Waters in the shite. Will be offered reasonable terms. Inquire l. Edie Tuscarawas Ohio s. Moore editor times. 27tf 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 gov. Campbell tie proposed Federal election Law. Columbus june 29. Gov. Campbell returned from the East today and when asked about the political situation replied a i was 011 the floor the House representatives when the debate begun 011 . Lodges so called Federal election Bill. It is really As May be easily imagined and As Well known by every person in both parties who examined it a Bill to take from the people especially in the South the right to elect their representatives in Congress and turn the election Over to the judges clerks and marshals the United states court who Are appointed by a Republican president to the end that these people May have Complete control All elections at which members Congress Are to be voted for. It seems to me that the people this country particularly in the North ought to express themselves in the most empathic manner upon the attempt to utterly destroy local self government in the South and ultimately in the whole country. So fas As a party Issue is concerned we As democrats Welcome the Opportunity to go before the country upon this question and if it is not enacted and the Issue made then the next House will have not less than 190 democratic majority. Bear in mind the judges the Federal courts Are not elected by the people nor responsible to the people and thus the very first move is to take away the control the elections from the people. It is notorious that the officials the United states courts in some the Southern states where 110 decent White Man can be a Republican have been the most corrupt and Lawless character. The clerk the House reprise natives at Washington is required to place upon the Roll the name that person who is certified to have been elected a member Congress by this clerk the United states court. The state and local officials May certify that some one else has been elected and their certificate is not Worth the paper it is written upon because under this High handed and desperate measure the clerk the United states court has alone the arbitrary Power to certify to the election members Congress. If a citizen has been disfranchised by Federal officers robbed his certificate election the Lodge Bill cunningly provides that the jury to try the Case shall be selected by the clerk the court the very Man who has been empowered to make the return and would naturally select a jury from among his friends. This startling provision Marks indelibly the real purpose the Bill which Island can be none other than to select Republican representatives in Congress from the democratic District the South and perpetuate by disfranchisement and by violating every principle Home Rule the Power the Republican party in the lower House Congress. The Bill further provides that the United states marshals shall be provided with As Many deputies As they think proper to preserve order at the polls. In other words they propose that the United states marshals at the expense the people May hire All the corrupt and purchasable voters a precinct a a Deputy marshals. A a i say unhesitatingly that an attempt to control the election congressmen in the North by a Force Deputy marshals armed with Bull dog revolvers and composed the scum and outpourings hello such As were employed in Cincinnati in the election 1884 a would result in bloodshed at almost every polling place. It is an attempt to Mexic Anize this country and i take this Opportunity As a citizen the country to serve notice upon the Republican majority in Congress which seems to be crazy drunk with temporary Power that the people will never submit to a Plain dealer. A woman bides straddle. Ali new style horsewoman introduce i in Benson Street Boston. Reduced rates via the Pennsylvania lines to St. Paul minn., for the National educational association meeting. Tickets at one fare for round trip will be Send july 1st to 7th, Good returning until july 15th inclusive by special arrangement in St. Paul return limit can be extended to september 30th. 25 w 3 reduced Bates to Cleveland via the Pennsylvania lines. For National reunion benevolent protective order elks at Cleveland excursion tickets will he sold via the Pennsylvania lines july 6th and 7th, at one fare for the round trip Good returning until july 10th, inclusive. For Sale. A thorough bred Short Horn Hull four years old perfectly gentle and weighs about 1,600 pounds. Will take $55. For information apply at times office. Of houses Tor Sale. A rather pretty woman mounted a powerful Bay horse created a sensation in the Back Bay District this morning As she Rode along Beacon Street. It was not her faultless equipment Well fitting habit that Drew the attention the puritanical Beacon Street residents. She Rode astride clothes pin fashion just like a Man. A foot in each Stirrup and an air Complete Independence and perfect Comfort distinguished her. Her seat was Good and she managed the big Bay with the skill an accomplished horsewoman. Under crust philistines who witnessed the ride saw that the lady appeared to far better advantage than those her Sisters who precariously cling to the Saddle and assume a pleasure that they do not feel. It is the first time the Millers Tylef horsewoman ship has been in Boston and it naturally created not a Little Philadelphia press. E. Selover amp co., the nurserymen Geneva n. Y., request our assistance in securing for them one More first class men to take an Agency in this adjoining counties for the Sale their Nursery Stock. This firm guarantees All Stock and pays salaries ranging from �30 to $100 per month and expend is to successful workers. Any our readers not engaged for the season whose time is not wholly employed will do Well to grasp the Opportunity Here offered and write the above firm at once for full particulars. A Good Chance for All. 27w8 death from the firecracker a number desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Knoire at times office. If you think taking a trip West this season done to fail to write for one our excursion circulars. S. Belknap excursion a it. New Philadelphia. O. Box 674. Buggies carts and etc., at Taylor a hardware store. Youngstown o., june 25. While playing with matches and firecrackers monday afternoon a 3-year-old son William Tidd had his clothing ignited. When discovered his clothing was in flames and his body burned from head to foot. The injuries were fatal excursion to Milwaukee. Reduced rates via the Pennsylvania lines july 5th, Goth and 7th, excursion tickets for the knights pythias conclave at Milwaukee will be sold via the Pennsylvania lines july 5th, Goth and 7th at greatly reduced rates. Tickets Good returning until j uly 18th, inclusive

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