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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - July 17, 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 solicit d. New Philadelphia times volume v. The a times Quot advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column., one column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1y r. 8 1 00 52 00 $3 00 8 5 00 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 new Philadelphia o., thursday july it 1890. Business notices ten cents per line. Number 29. H e s r?55 a a it Rosc c4 a s i in x i co co _ i pm k x 02 a 11 i 55 a a a no Hurt ii 1 55 pc c it a 7 Quot Olivis la Cleveland a Peninsula. Akron. Canton. A a Jet la 1 x i i 5 re x a a a r. -1 x i cd 55 a a t-4 3$ to x a e e e a c Cis 35 1? a i �1 re �1 it a is a a it new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday july 17, 1800. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 �3�?othk new Philadelphia times will be pub sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance#1 if not paid wit Iii three mods 130 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Tai address All matter intended for publication to the times. O co 1c m a co Pittsburg it. Wayne amp Chicago Railroad condensed time table in effect May 18 trains depart from Alliance As follows Central Lime 10-20 t 9-20 4-50 going West no. 1. Fast linet>30 9. Chicago express. 11. Mail. 3. Mall express. Going East no. ?. Fast line 3-45 14. Accommodation 0-30 4. Mail. 3-10 10. Fast expire soft 9-10 20. Day express. 10-30 6. Alliance accommodation 2-45 the democratic ticket. For congressman fourteenth District James w. Owens Licking county. Trains leave Alliance for Niles an Youngs town at 5 a a 12-45 a a and 2-30 . Arrive at Alliance from Niles and Youngstown at9-5<j 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 checks and further information regarding the running trains apply to the ticket agent Alliance Ohio. A daily. Daily except sunday. Daily except monday. A a. Ford general pass and ticket agent. Joseph Wood manager Pittsburgh a. The p. C. So St. Louis railway. Pan handle route. Schedule taking effect june 15, 1s90. Going West. Trains depart from the p. C. Amp St. Louis depot Uhrichsville Junction As follows express. Accommodation. Express. Express. 11-05 5-20 a 12-15 f 3-53 going East. Express. Express. Express. Accommodation. 2-45 11-05 2-40 8 -1 a every Day. Central tin except sunday. Through coaches from i Fri Cliville Junction to Pittsburg , Indianapolis and St. Louis Pullman Palace sleeping cars attached to through trains cast and West. For time tables rates fare through tickets and further information regarding the running trains apply to ticket agent us Iraclis Ville Junction Ohio. E. A. Ford Gen. Pas. And ticket agent. Pittsburg a. Joseiph Wood Gen. Manager Pittsburg la a. Cleveland a Pittsburgh k. K. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect May 18, 1890. Going East. Stations. A ail. Express local. Leave new Philadelphia 6 25 . 2 00 . 1 00 . Canal Dover. 6 35 a a 2 log a 1 10 a a Zoar. 7 15 m 2 25 a a 2oo a a Mineral Point. 7 30 a a 2 31 a a 215 a a Magnolia. 8 00 a a 2 40 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 00 Quot 3 32 a a Minerva. 9 00 a a 315 a a 3 45 a a arrive Bayard. 9 20 a a 3 25 a a 3.55 a a Alliance. 10 00 a a 4 25 a a Cleveland. 12 50 . 6 35 a a Wellsville. 1210 a a 4 59 a a Bellaire. 4 50 a a 8 05 a a Pittsburgh. 2 20 a a 7 a going West. Stations. Mail. A express local. Leave Pittsburgh. 6 10 . 12 45 . Bellaire. 4 40 10 10 Wellsville. 8 15 2 40 Cleveland. 8 00 1 15alliance. 10 25 3 10 Bayard. 10 55 4 15 7 10 . Minerva. 11 03 4 25 7 23 Oneida. 11 12 4 36 7 55 Malvern. 11 17 4 43 8 15 Waynesburg. 11 23 5 00 8 55 Magnolia. 11 33 5 07 a Mineral Point. 11 47 5 27 9 5o Zoar. 11 53 5 35 10 10 canal Dover. 12 10 6 00 10 40 arrive 6 15 11 00 new Philadelphia 12 20 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. Joseph Wood e. A. Ford. General manager. Pittsburgh a. Cleveland and Marietta in effect May 11, 1s90. In y going South. St no. 5. No. 3. No. 1 500pm 1115am 012 1230pm t>58 123 pm 100 7 45 745 230 805. 253 540 315 i 303 550 �.>20 309 555 823 315 t000 336 327 j 611 843 337 �T�320 852 j 347 630 338 854 6.37 903 359 .12 912 409 �?�351 319 416. I 558 925 425 7. 2 441 724 454 i 31 500 1743 506 i749 516 750 i 526 >00 533 <15 1 540 .321 545 1 s-7 552 i 854559 841612 853 622 1 903 637 1913643 1024700 a 94011043 stations. Going North. For probate judge Jasper h. Mitchell Dover. For clerk courts John c. Dona hey Perry. For recorder Hugh t. Minn is Goshen. For prosecuting attorney James g. Patrick Goshen. For count commissioner Adam Miller Oxford. For Surveyor Oliver 11. Hoover Goshen. For infirmary director James m. Porter Mill. For Coroner Bazil d. Downey Goshen. Republican convention. Our visit to Baltic. John Beall an aged and respected citizen Cadiz died the 9th inst. Lie was father in Law editor Mcfadden the Steubenville Gazette and editor ii earn the Cadiz Republican. Gene Al John c. Fremont died at the Home his adopted daughter mrs. H. Porter in new York City the 13th inst., inflammation the bowels. He was 7 7 years age and was the first Republican candidate for pres inc it. A Cyclone passed Over the group Little lakes that Are so much frequented in the summer time by boating and camping parties about three four Miles out St. Paul the evening the 13th, killing and drowning in All about fifty persons. Many them were it Uton the lakes in boats when the storm overtook them and were consequently sent to the Bottom by the overturning the boats. Others were killed land by the wrecking buildings _ no. 2 no. 1 Cleveland. 230 Phi Akron. 114 Canton. 1223 Toledo. 620 Laval car 11 15 Ai 7 h pm canal Dover 1122 635 Turners. 1112 625 Blackband. 1106 620 Philipsburg Wolf a. 1100 615 1047 i 2 no motown 1040 555 Post boy. 1029 545 Guernsey. 1022 538 Kimbolton. 1017 533 Millers. Lukks 523 Oldham a. 1001 516 Cambridge. 955 510 Byersville 932 453 it pleasant 919 440 Glenwood. 913 433 Ava. �?�ki7 427 Belle Valley 853 413 Caldwell. 843 4 18 Dudley. 838 53 South Olive 832 352 Dexter City 827 347 Macksburg 82 l 340 Elba. 813 1 332 Warner. 759 313 Whipple. 849 s 31 8 Stanley. 7 13 253 Cay Wood. 727 1247 Marietta. 710 i 230 la Parks by 225 110 pm it was apparent to the minds All present at the Republican convention in this City last saturday that they will to concentrate their efforts probate j Edge and recorder. Democrats a they say they Are going to capture you and take Possession these two offices. Their candidates say they expect to do it. What encouragements have you Given them that they talk so who Are you that have been giving encouragement to the enemy ? is it possible that the Defeated candidates Are giving counsel to this ? this is no time to Aid the enemy when you Are about to be enslaved by the infamous election Bill which has already passed the House and May pass the Senate. Democrats old Tuscarawas you Are picket duty now and done to let the enemy inside the line. Beware a a at the county seat we notice that Street commissioner Lensel is putting the Public highways in Fine shape but his share Tuscarawas Avenue is dilapidated and inconvenient. This however is most probably the fault the Road Orr. Yes Tuscarawas Avenue is badly in need attention but . Lensel says he has no funds to spend for Street purposes because be has already exhausted All the funds in the Treasury for that purpose and has nothing but the a a two Days Labory to fall Back and that is not sufficient to do All the work. We Are inclined to think that . Lensel is not at fault but there should be some provision made to put that Street in condition for travel. Canal Dover is taking care her end it and has it in very Good shape. Our City Council should look after this matter in due time. The republicans held their county convention saturday. There were the usual number in attendance As delegates but not a very Large audience. The Assembly was called to order by the appointment . Keplinger Dover As Chirman. Or. W. H. Stoutt the chronicle was chosen Secretary and e. Bailey assistant Sec a. The Roll townships was called and members the several committees named. An Effort was made to form a mugwump ticket but the Mossback would not Swallow it. The committee appointed to report upon the matter nominating a clerk court pros. Attorney and Surveyor reported in favor a full Republican ticket instead endorsing the democratic candidates for those offices although there was an attempt to do it. After All committees had reported balloting for probate judge was taken up. We append Here the report committee resolutions which is the Only report that will specially interest the readers a a the republicans Tuscarawas county by their representatives in annual convention assembled renew their allegiance to the time honoured principles the Republican party and refer with patriotic Pride to the prosperous condition the country As the legitimate result the application those principles. A a the administration president Harrison by its conservative course its firmness in the enforcement the Law and Protection the rights american citizens and especially by the judicial and Friendly spirit manifested in the interpretation the Tariff and pension Laws has commended itself to the approval All Good citizens. A a the action the Republican majority in the National i House representatives in passing the Mckinley Tariff Bill which provides additional Protection for the Farmer and Wool grower meets our entire approval As also the pension Bill and the Federal election Bill providing for a free ballot and a fair and honest count in the election Federal representatives. A a we condemn every attempt to revive the principles the late rebellion by flaunting the Flag treason in the faces Loyal men As was done at the late dedication the Lee Monument at Richmond. A a we present to the voters Tuscarawas county the ticket this Day nominated confident that it merits their approval and the names John Burry and i. R. I Hendershott were announced As candidates for the office probate judge. The first ballot settled it As there were but two candidates giving . Burry several a majority Over i Hendershott. Or. Burry was called out to make a speech but was too full emotion to say much. Lie thought that if republicans would stick to him he could gain enough democratic votes to elect him. The office clerk court went begging and finally . J. C. Streator was prevailed upon to be made a sacrifice when his nomination followed by acclamation. Or. Frank Green Uhrichsville was then nominated for prosecuting attorney by acclamation. Then came the nomination recorder an office Liat several gentlemen Felt that they were highly qualified to fill. That was soon settled by one ballot and in favor Robt. Galbraith Trenton. Robert was called to the front but his scotch Irish wit did no to serve him so Well As when Selling goods at auction and consequently his Effort at speech making was Short. Lie however very confidently informed his Republican Brethren that if they would be True to him and come up with unbroken ranks that he would get the democratic votes and be elected. Balloting for commissioner was next in order the candidates being F. Spring ii. H. Woodard and John j. Birk. Or. Birk was nominated the second ballot. For infirmary director Charles a. Compiler was nominated the second ballot. Or. Jas. Dixon Dover was nominated for Coroner. Thus ended the labors our Republican friends to get a ticket before the people to contest the ground with the favourites the democracy in november. The Confidence that some republicans pretend to feel that their candidates some them Are going to sail in democratic shoulders is amusing indeed they Are Labouring under a great delusion and we assure them now that the november election will drive All such nonsense out their Heads. Last Friday we made a visit to the flourishing Little Village Baltic and a More Clever set citizens does not exist anywhere. We stopped with landlord w. H. Woodruff who keeps a Good hotel and sets a Good substantial table. The dining room is presided Over by . Woodruff a two handsome daughters. We then called upon our old Friend sex postmaster Marsh who has retired from Active business and is enjoying life in the highest degree. We found Philip Doerfer Busy in his harness store where he keeps a full line goods to fit out Farmers and everybody else with what they need. Near by is the Clothier . Fred. Maurer who is always pleased to meet his friends and patrons. He can clothe you As cheaply As any other Man in the county. Among the professional men we found . Ii. E. Longacre veterinary surgeon and a very useful Man in the Community. Or. Longacre Lias opened an office and is thoroughly equipped for his business. His office is opposite the flouring Mill. In the same locality we found . A. Metzler the old stand by physician and surgeon. The doctor has a Good practice and Well deserves it. He also keeps a neat drug and notion store. Near by is the stove and tin store . O. W. Silgen Borer who keeps a Nice line House furnishing goods and is the very Man you want to put tin roofing spouting Etc. Patronize Home always for he Sells As cheap As any one. Near the Railroad you will find the general store Lantz amp . Lantz has lately taken in . Ren Neker As a partner and will enlarge their room and Stock. They have added a Stock boots and shoes. Their Stock now consists dry goods notions groceries provisions boots and shoes. They Are Clever folks and entitled to a Good share Public patronage. We next called to see . Charles Dresher who keeps a Large and Well selected Stock dry goods groceries hats Caps boots and shoes in the Large Frame building near the Railroad. He is one the substantial merchants the place and has a Good share the Public patronage. Just across the Street from . Dresh Eros will be found the Grain merchant . Haas who furnishes the City with a Good Grain Market. Lie can give you All the Market will Bear for your Grain and save hauling to larger towns. Lust opposite his warehouse is the planing Mill p. J. Miller and its hum can be heard All the Day. He can Supply the citizens the Community with the Best building material. Messes. Noah amp d. 1. Troyer keep their flouring Mill going All the time and pay the highest Market Price for wheat. If you want any Blacksmith work done done to forget to Call Adam Den Zer just Back the Mill and he will do it substantially and Well. Air. J. J. Chrisner Lias built up quite an Industry in tile making and Brick Liis Yards Are just above the town. He can Supply the Trade As cheaply As any one. The two Andrews a. Amp a. A. Huffman can furnish you with refreshments at their respective stands. J. Reinhart who is Good natured fat and Hearty is the photographer who can give you a just likeness yourself whether pretty ugly and is second to none in his line. Lie is also agent for a mowing machine that he can sell As cheap As any Man this Side the River Jordon. We had the pleasure making the acquaintance . Jacob c. Crile the firm Criel bros., who Are successors in business at the old stand g. F. Schauwecker. These gentlemen carry an elegant line general merchandise and Are also extensively engaged in buying Wool. They Are reliable men and valuable merchants to the Community and Merit a full share the Public patronage. They can pay As much for Wool As any other merchants. John ii. Wolf is the furniture dealer and can fit you out with a cozy Home at Bottom prices. Done to Torget readers when you go to Baltic to Call these gentlemen and Tell them you heard them through the new Philadelphia times and you will be Happy and make them Happy but Don t Farget if you want your horse fed hire a team to Call Alexander Gonter livery Man. The weeks doings. Pay up your subscription to Day for m. E. Parsonage. Buggies carts hardware store. And Etc., at Taylor a personal mention. Charlie Harris Niles is in the City. Pay your subscription for m. E. Parsonage at Burry it amp Browne a. A new arrival at Sherman Scott so a Bright eyed nine Pound girl baby. The teachers Institute will Convene the 4th August in this City. Dev. T. Dewitt Talmage will lecture at Freeport Ohio August 21, 1890. T. In. Raiff has a line line tobacco and cigars in the old Post office room. The dry weather if severely injuring the Corn crop in some parts Illinois and Kansas. Preaching at the Baptist Church next Sabbath morning and evening. All cordially invited. Your subscription is due to Day not this paper but for the m. E. Parsonage. Pay at Burry so Browne a. Miss Buchanan entertained about 25 her Young lady and gentlemen friends thursday evening. Send in your orders for Job work to the times office. We can do it quickly neatly and at reasonable prices James t. Of Donnell has been quite ill Haemorrhage the lungs. He is said to be improving at present. Miss Mary Mauk formerly this City was married the 10th inst., at Fredericksburg Wayne county to de. Heilman that City. Miss Annie Mcelroy while returning from a picnic at the dam saturday last fell from a Wagon and sprained her wrist. Mrs. David Burkey East Avenue fell Down a flight stairs last wednesday morning with two her children and All three were seriously injured. Boys should be careful How they jump the Street car As there is considerable danger connected with it. Some boys amuse themselves by putting Small stones the track which will get some them into trouble if repeated. The Rev. 11. P. Barnes Alliance preached at the presbyterian Church last Sabbath morning and evening to a Large audience. Or. Barnes is an attractive speaker and made a Good impression. Married at the residence the brides parents july Goth by Rev. Wilson Yeisley . Henry e. Longacre and miss Sarah c. Berkey both Baltic. For Sale a 70 acre tract Good land live Miles from new Philadelphia 45 acres Good coal�?4 it. Vein easy Access 2 it. Of Blackband Ore under 20 acres. Fair buildings Good Orchard Good Spring near the House. Liberal Price and terms easy. A bargain in it. Call at the times office. Golden wedding. Miss Emma Smith is visiting in Cleveland. Or. And mrs. John Smith Are in Columbus. _ mrs. David Raiff and Little son Are in Coshocton. Or. Scott Waynesburg was in our City last miss Anna Benedict is the guest miss Nano Boothe. M iss Anna Reinhart is visiting friends at Delaware Ohio. Miss Daizie Mulvaine visited miss Buchanan the past week. Mrs. Cady and family Oberlin have moved to this City. Miss Leonard Dover was the guest mrs. Criswell tuesday. Miss m. Ellis and Frank Criswell Are with friends in Shreeves. Or. Will. Ward Niles is visiting his brother in this City. Miss Mamie my Tchell left to Day for a Short visit in Canton. Allan Getzman Cleveland thursday and Friday in our City. Spent . And mrs. Daniel Getzman Carrolton were in our City this week. Miss Sprague Steubenville is the guest her grandma mrs. T. Bartles. Edward Williams and sister Mabel Cleveland is visiting relatives in this City. Or. And mrs. Arthur Smith and son Ralph Cleveland Are rising friends in n. P. _ kiss Kate Welty has gone a visit to Carrollton and will be the guest the misses Taylor. Mrs. Zoe Johnson Little son and a lady Friend Are the guests . And mrs. De. Bailey. Or. Harrison Mckeesport spent a few Days last week with his Friend d. B. mrs. Hardesty and children Columbus Are with her parents . And mrs. Tom Moore. Mrs. Dorner who has been visiting friends in our City the past month has returned Home. Miss Lucie Emerson who has been visiting in East Liverpool came Home tuesday evening. Mrs. Ina Mathews and Little son Billie visited Massillon and Canton relatives the past week. James English and family accompanied by miss Alice Bates left for Mountain Park tuesday. Miss Mamie Criswell leaves for a lengthy visit with friends in Wooster Shriev Sand Massillon. 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 Between Marietta Canton Akron Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with cd. Amp b., t. Amp C. Sex. By., z Ltd and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with 13. Pfc 0. Cast West at Newcom is town with . A lit. L. East and West at canal Dover with c. L. Amp w. And c. Amp p. North and East at Valley Junction with w. Pfc l. B. And Valley by. W k Richards Gene a pass age to a. T. Wikoff Gen manager. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world Tor cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat a faction Money refunded. Price 25 cents Par Box. For Sale by f. C Miller son. 6y2 . Olmstead in announcing the name . Burry As a candidate for probate judge appealed to the germans for redress grievances because As he said no German was the democratic ticket and that the germans bore the Burden taxes in As High degree As other nationalities Etc. This course was intended As Buncombe to arouse a Little prejudice if possible in the bosom German democrats. Well let us see if germans have been slighted the present treasurer auditor and recorder Are All germans and did not the germans have a voice in the democratic convention and help to nominate Mitchell and Minnis a that bait wont catch any fish in Tuscarawas. The German democracy this county is too sensible for that it was amusing too to see the Republican convention throw out a bait to the Irish and nominate our Irish Friend Robert Galbraith. Well Robert is a Jiffy it Good fellow and he ought to come Over and be a Democrat and we could assure him that German democrats would not a a kick a if he had the nomination the democratic ticket and he would stand some Chance being elected. Our Street car line opened up saturday last in Good shape and created no Little excitement among the people both towns and Many were anxious to enjoy a ride. Three four trips were made saturday afternoon and everything worked like a Charm. We among others were invited to take a ride Over the line which we did. The much talked Bugaboo to scare horses did not a pan out in that Way. In Day time horses pay no attention to it at least that was the experience in new Philadelphia f hat fact was noted and commented by Many. Among the comments passed by different ones As to the scaring horses we were much amused by the remark attorney j. Graham who said a a instead being scared the horses will even jump out the Fields and come up to look at the Well the fact is that some will frighten a Little at night account the Brilliant illumination the car but will soon become used to seeing it at night and will not inconvenience any one. The people both towns Are highly delighted with the improvement. Sunday morning the car started for regular business and was loaded Down All Day. As Many As could possibly be crowded in sought standing room. Some trips As Many As eighty persons were the car. But in a few Days the Novelty will Wear off and the car will not be so crowded. The Road will be a decided improvement to the towns. Infernal ingenuity the citizens new Philadelphia and Vicinity will have an Opportunity hearing and seeing the Edison talking and singing phonograph. This Marvel Many a inventive skill will be exhibited at some Point centrally located Friday and saturday july 18 and 19, by prof h. C,.muckley the Cleveland Central High school. A Small sum will by charged. 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 but Safe botanic Medicine bearing too such High specific Sanction is better than the poisons ten 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�?27w 4 e. C. Selover amp co., the nurserymen Geneva n. A�?T., 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 Guam tees All Stock and pays salaries ranging from $30 to $100 per month and expenses 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 Hance for All. 27 w 8 for rent to suitable room can be rented at $5 per inquire at the times office. Of among the interesting family events we take pleasure in noticing was the Celebration the 5th the 50th anniversary the wedded life Joseph and Barbara Schlafly who resided during their wedded life Oldtown \ Alley and at Goshen. Father Schlafly was born in Canton Solothurn Switzerland july 18, 1814 and emigrated to America in the summer 1839, locating Stone Creek where he became acquainted with Barbara Schweitzer his companion. The latter was born in Canton Berne Switzerland january 1 1s20 and came to America in 1833, locating Oldtown Valley. Their acquaintance ripened into Matrimony and they were married july 5th, 1840. The wedding a a tour this Happy couple was in the Harvest Field where the Bride taught the Groom the slight making a perfect the following Spring they went to housekeeping. Their furniture was the plainest kind and was made by the Groom. Their dwelling was one the Early Pioneer style with no floor and with the old fashioned fireplace. The floor was soon improved by luncheons. Their earlier life was attended with the hardships the Pioneer. The farm upon which they moved and which they now own had but three acres cleared. This they changed from its primeval condition to its present Thrifty state. Only a Pioneer could Tell the hardships which had to be endured. Their wedded life was blessed with eleven children two whom died in infancy. The remaining nine were present this pleasant a a Golden reunion. On Friday the children grand and great grand children commenced to arrive from a distance and by saturday morning at 10 clock the family were All together the i first time for 20 years and consisted 52 persons. The marriage vows were renewed by Rev. Acola who delivered a very appropriate address. After this eventful rite was performed a Royal feast was served. There were 30 grand children and 5 great grand children. The children this aged couple Are morits Schlafly Canton o., John it. Eaton o., Sarah Shoemaker Goshen Rose Schaar Goshen Simon it. Eaton o., Joseph h. Of Oldtown Amanda Murry Beidler Andrew at Home and Frank Beech City. Five great grand children were baptized by Rev. Acola. The father presented each his children with a $5 Gold piece in remembrance the occasion. Many valuable presents were Given the parents by the children. Or. Joseph Strickmaker was present sunday and photographed the group including the father and Mother Schlafly and their descendants. To say a Jolly Good time was had is putting it mildly. It is a Day Long to be cherished by the family. Miss Lulu Wells who has been visiting friends at their old Home Pomeroy the Ohio River and at Wheeling is at Home again. Or. Chic Kelly East Liverpool . Harwood Taylor and Railey Feidler Carrollton messes. Mckee Thomas Wheeling . Beard Cambridge attended the Moon Light picnic. Pioneer meeting. The ninth annual meeting the Tuscarawas county Pioneer association will be held at Uhrichsville o., Friday the 22d Day August 1890, at 10 clock a. M., continuing through the Day. You will not be disappointed in the entertainment that will be Given you for we expect to have addresses front Many and some in particular that will be very interesting. Come you that Are old and you that Are Young bring your wives and your daughters bring your baskets Well tilled and be prepared to have a regular social Pic Nic and an old time gathering where we can review Over the past and Lay plans for the future that will make these annual gatherings a Well Spring pleasure and More interesting As the years Roll by. Or. F. W. My Caulley press to. U. C. Deardorff Sec a. New Cumberland splinters received too late for last week j since the Mercury has Slid Down a Little the average Loafer the Village is again Happy. The 4th july was celebrated according to the spirit and meaning Independence Day and the Day spent in a pleasant Way by the citizens our Village and surrounding Community. Messes. Douthitt and sours the a Hub a pulled the Tail feathers out the american Eagle in great shape assisted by messes. Larimer and Waltz Fairfield township. The speeches were appropriate and Well delivered. Harvesting is moving along these Fine Days rapidly and wheat at this writing is All in Shock. The Hay Fields Are now ready for the Husbandman too and so is the poor Weed stranded Corn Fields. The wet weather has greatly retarded Corn working and As Harvest is now upon us Corn must necessity suffer for want cultivation. The bulk the Wool in this Vicinity has been picked up by our Stock buyer Allen Richardson at 30c per sheep and cattle Are All the jump in the scale prices with an upward tendency while horses and hogs Are sliding downward in the Market much to the disadvantage raisers. Our merchants messes. Huffman amp Maughiman Are doing a fair business although produce especially butter is extremely Low compared with the Price goods and groceries. Miss Ruth Huffman new Philadelphia is visiting her uncles cousins and aunts in new Cumberland and Vicinity she has already talked a number our boys nigh unto death her Tongue moves with lightning Speed and she never fails to get in the last we Ord. We Are always glad to have Ruth come among us for she is a whole team to keep things moving Lively and pleasant. Miss Lillie Robinson has closed a very successful term school in Carroll county and has returned Home to old Warren to rest from her labors. The w edding Bells have begun to ring in this Vicinity. This time it was thursday july 3d, at the residence John d. Frazier when at precisely 12 clock noon in the presence fifty guests Rev. Mcalister Mineral Point tied the Hymen Al knot for the contracting parties. Miss Ada Frazier second daughter John d. Frazier and . John Ellixon Pennsylvania. As soon As the marriage ceremony was concluded and congratulations ended the company were comfortably seated around the Festal Board Laden with the most tempting and palatable repast that yet has been our Good Fortune to partake in All our life. After dinner the Happy Twain were the recipients Many Beautiful and useful presents from their Many friends which we ii be quite a Start in the housekeeping line. Of the Bride we can say that she was one our Model girls and . Ilion is to be congratulated in his Good Fortune in winning her heart and hand. Or. Ellixon is one the industrious genial Young men that always has friends and we predict for these Young people a Happy and prosperous life and sincerely wish our prediction to be fully realized by our Young friends. They will move to Canton where . H. Is engaged in business and begin their journey through life in reality. Cliff. Robinsons orchestra furnished music for the w edding party at . Frazier a. Mrs. Keys had a severe attack a grip a thursday afternoon a sort Cucumber twist As it were. Rev. Durst wife and baby Pittsburg Are visiting relatives in this neigh boyhood. According to the recent census just taken our Village she will not been titled to put City airs for the next ten decades. Lizzie Carnahan improves but slowly. She has been quite Low for several weeks with nervous prostration. Thirteen a nubbin so and ten cents Worth Straw is considered a full ration for a horse impounded by our supervisor. Now amp Timex court common pleas. Proceedings. Criminal. Ohio v Dorathy Bunch inquiry touching the condition defendant to pay sentence Fine $100 costs $148.96 House abated. Ohio v sue Heineg House ill Fame abated $100 Fine and costs. Ohio v Lottie Mccrystal House ill Fame abated $100 Fine and costs. Ohio v Wesley Cordry assault with intent to rape six years in Penitentiary. Partition sales. John s. Graham v Adam Giggle. James Ecker v Charles h. Ecker. Martha e. Freshwater v James Mcgonigal. Nancy e. Wallace v Joseph Wallace. James a. Slingluff v Agnes Minnis. Gugy is co. V William Wingate. Motions and demurrer. Rosanna Everett v Anson Everett plaintiffs demurrer to answer overruled. T. Ii. Loller a v Andrew c. Latto plaintiffs demurrer to answer overruled. Plaintiff to plead. Simon Augustus Pfaus v Cleveland amp Canton Railroad. Maggie j. Swihart v John d. Otis. Catherine How v Fritz Studer. Defendant to plead. Joseph Beiter v Ida m. Belter. Judgment for plaintiff. The Harrison National Bank v John e. Lafferty. William Lumbach v. Henry Steuder. John Ramsey v Zeb. P. Sparks. James Wilkins v p. C. Amp St Louis Railroad. Elisha m. Babcock v c. L. Amp w. Railroad. Samuel w. Mercer v George w. Miskimins. Alex. Mccullough v Robert l. Morris. In the matter allowance court Constable. Divorces. Anna Stuber v William Stuber. Rosanna Everett v Anson Everett. Real estate transfers. Compiled in the office the recorder deeds drunkenness liquor Titbit. In All the . World there is but one cure Haines Golden specific. It can be Given in a cup Tea 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 Jos. C. Litzinger to Abram Johnson 3 1-5 acres Union. $ 900 Adam Johnson to Levi Newton 3 1-5 acres Union. 1,000 Frances Buffington to H. Kinsley lots 48, 49, 50 and 51, Gilmore. 625 Joseph Mccue to John Hogue strip land Perry. 120 Joshua Walton to the Goshen Coal co., 27-100 acres Goshen. 50 Chas. Krieger to Adam Cappel acre Newcomerstown. So Adam Cappel to Catherine Krieger 1 38-100 acres Newcomerstown. 350 Robert t. Stoneman to Philip Giggle 20 1-10 acres Goshen 1,200 Joseph Klar to John Klar lot 34, Dover. 225 Oliver s. Hixon to Rachel Hixon lot 169, Dover. 1.00 Fred Warner to Fred Auman it lot 34, new Philadelphia 200 John a. Miller to Alex. In Devore 11 acre Dover. 200 Catharine Painter to Nancy Cotter lot 1, Mechanicsburg. 50 r. Patterson to j. C. Livingston 15 acres Mill. 500 j. A. Slingluff to John Megara lot 388, Dover. 300 Levi c. Grim to Sophrona Meredith part lot 22, new Philadelphia. 500 d. W. Yoder to Dorley Sommers lot 12, East Shanesville. 2,000 mrs. W. W. Barnett to Susanna Nivin lots 33 and 34, Uhrichsville. 200 sheriff Bowers to Magdalena Groetzinger 1 acre Lawrence. 607 Samuel Snyder to Michael r. Welker. 2 acres Sandy. 1,550 Bazel Smith to Henry c. Asher 1 acre Washington. 30 t. J. Harding to Zilpha Wingate 140 perches Rush. 500 George h. Beans to Jacob Williams \ acre Goshen. 150 g. W. Mulvane to c. F. Davis lot 3, newcomer town. 50 riots Between races. Eighteen people killed and wounded in a bloody a Little ret Ween Whites and a lakes in Georgia. Merit wins. We desire to say to our citizens that for years we have been Selling . Kings new discovery for consumption . Kings new life pills Bucklen a Arnica Salve and electric bitters and have never handled remedies that sell As Well that have Given such Universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time and we stand ready to refund the Purchase Price if satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won their great popularity purely their merits. F. C. Miller amp songs druggists. A Safe investment. Medical Success. The France medical Institute 38 and 40 West Street Columbus Ohio is open for the visits patients from 9 in the morning until 9 in the those patients who live sufficiently near will generally find a personal interview to their advantage either at the Institute with one the physicians who makes regular visits to our town. The physicians in charge fully appreciate the feelings their patients and Endeavor to give entire satisfaction to the Large number constantly under treatment. That they Are successful in this respect is conclusively proved by the letters file at the Institute from old patients and giving names friends to whom they wish treatment sent. They do not claim to work miracles but do claim in All honesty and Candor to cure cases that Are at All curable. Let those Given up by others Call for free . Drs. France and Ottina formerly new York now the France medical and surgical Institute Columbus Ohio by request Many friends and patients have decided to visit new Philadelphia wednesday july 23d. Consultation and Examina Tion free and strictly confidential in the private parlor the Sherman House from 9 a. To 6 p. One Day Only. Buggies carts and Etc., at Taylor a hardware store. Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results in Case failure a return Purchase Price. On this Safe plan you can buy from our advertised druggist a bottle . Kings new discovery for consumption. It is guaranteed to bring Relief in every Case when used for any affection Throat lungs Chest such As consumption inflammation lungs bronchitis asthma whooping cough croup Etc., Etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to taste perfectly Safe and can always be depended upon. Trial bottles free at f. C. Miller is songs drug store. From Baltic. For Sale Trade mrs. Albert Chili age 71 years i quite ill. Symptoms paralysis and and diseases incident to old age. A. Metzler amp son Are doing quite a milk shake business. There was a Happy time Here monday evening july 7th. Or. Longacre. S., footed the Bill. Farmers say the Hay crop is larger than Ever before known. Our Indian doctor is getting up his Harvest Indian Medicine. Services will be Leld at the English lutheran Church next Sabbath at 10 a. In. Mrs. Rebecca Forney has been quite ill symptoms typhoid fever. Or. And mrs. Gust pious Coshocton were in Baltic Friday last we Eek to see his sick sister mrs. Forney. Or. Frank pious Canton is also in the City. Or. Hudson Cleveland spent Sabbath with his Friend miss Sadie Woodruff. A few Farmers after finishing their Harvest came to the City to recruit. The family a. A. Shetler Are at work packing their goods to remove to Columbus where . Shetler is employed As superintendent the Penitentiary. Mrs. H. E. Espenschied new Philadelphia is visiting friends in this place. Jim. Connors pipe and paint factory is doing a prosperous business so says Jimmie. Or. And mrs. A. D. Crile spent Sabbath with his wife a parents at Scio. Or. Al. Burris Dundee spent a few Days last week w Ith his sweetheart. It is healthy to exercise before breakfast. One our citizens rooms in Baltic and boards in new Bedford. Joe Sheneman is sick typhoid fever. We Hope soon to hear his recovery. I have for Sale Trade several tracts Western land in Nebraska Kansas and Missouri will Trade for Stock any kind any Good Chattle property at a fair value for town property. Some these lands Are improved and some unimproved and some partially improved. Title Good and abstract can be furnished. Call the editor times. Of forced to leave Home. Over 50 people we Ere 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. Loyl Nashville tenn., july 10. A special to the american from Griffin ga., says a fatal race riot occurred at Starr a Mill Pond in Fayette county at3 clock this afternoon. Four negroes were killed and six wounded two whom Are reported dying. Eight Whites we Ere shot but it is thought Only one them fatally making eighteen in All killed and wounded. Fete Griffin White is reported dangerously shot. A Darkey Selling wine the occasion became engaged in a War words with a White Man about the Purchase some wine which resulted in the negro getting slightly Cut from which the War began and Wras taken up by others until Griffin became involved with a negro who had a gun but Wiio did not care to use it. Anderson Williams another negro told him if he shoot the damned scoundrel to give him the gun and he would shoot him himself. He took the gun and emptied its contents into a rifling a Chest and bowels. He was immediately shot through the neck and died in a few minutes. The shooting then became general. After emptying their weapons a demand was made a merchant for ammunition. He refused to sell but the infuriated rioters ran and helped themselves to All he had. There were Over five Hundred people the ground and it is a mystery that the shooting was not More fatal in its results. A special from Charleston West va., says there Are grave fears that a serious race War will break out in the Pocahontas and Bramwell mining Region arising out a terrible riot occurring a train the Norfolk so Western railway the evening july Goth. Between 200 and 3c0 coloured miners from Pocahontas had been an excursion the Blue Stone Branch the railway and returning Many were under the influence liquor. While in the cars some the negroes got into a Row with an unknown White Man and were proceeding to Cut his Throat when detective Baldwin and three his assistants who were the train interfered. The detectives were at once attacked and a serious riot ensued the cars the seats being broken to pieces and used for clubs. Baldwin was terribly beaten and is in a precarious condition. Campbell another detective was badly wounded in the Side. Detective Robinson had his right broken. R. Baldwin the fourth detective escaped. Nine negroes were knocked Down and one shot in the shoulder and left . The train was stopped at Bramwell where the citizens came to the Aid detectives and probably saved their six the negroes Are in jail. For Sale Trade. A Good dwelling and store room combined and a Stock general merchandise that would invoice at about $1,000, situated at a Good Point in a Small Village the c. Amp p. Railroad. Would Trade for dwelling property in new Philadelphia canal Dover. Reason for Selling the owner wants to educate his children. The stand has a Good Trade. Call s. Moore agent times office. For Sale Trade. A Good 40 acre tract improved land in Norton county Kansas five Miles from Railroad. Also a 40 acre Timber claim 2� acres planted in Forest Trees. Will Trade for Small farm Stock town property. Call at the times office. 100 ladies wanted. And 10o men to Call any druggist fora free trial package lanes family Medicine the great Root and Herb 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. 15yl we have Given a. Bippus amp son the Agency in new Philadelphia for our Barley malt whiskey. Distilled from malted Barley it is Rich and nutritious and free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase is co., 28w4 distillers Louisville by. Buggies carts and Etc., at Taylor a hardware store. For and Small tracts Dover Road. Cheap lots easy terms. Dwellings farms Etc. F. Romig. Office in Mcclane Block. 46tf buggies carts and Etc., at Taylor a hardware store

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