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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - July 31, 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 the Quot times advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y it a. One Inch. 51 00 5 2 00 s3 00 3 it three inches. 2 00 it 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 Philadelphia o., thursday july 31, 1890. Number 31. A 1 a it f-3 it a a s. R3 h �5 sic in a =4 a a a a i >7 a to j r Trio k it �5 is a s it it Gish no i o stations. 1 it it \ is be a 3 s c a Tiec r a a a c j = a a set so Oft it a \ a u j it i y c 15 Byz a s i 5 a co 5ft. Fro r to pc. I re r a p go a c co i>x5cr.a a i c a n x x . It it 4 a z q <3 p Pittsburg it. Wayne amp Chicago Railroad condensed time table in a Fly act May is trains depart from Alliance As follows Central 1 Ime no. 1. 9. 11. S no. 10. 2 i. Going West fast line. Chicago express. Mail. Mall express. Going East fast line. Accommodation. Mail. Fast express. Day i pro As. Alliance accommodation. T 2-30 10-20 t 0-20 4-50 3-45 t 6-30 3-10 in t 9-Lo "in-30 2-45 p in m Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday july 31, 1890. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in advances1.00 if not paid within three mods 1.50 45grremittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. 3address All matter intended for publication to the times. Trains leave Alliance for Niles and Youngstown at 5 a a 12-45 a a and 2-30 . Arrive at Alliance from Niles and Youngstown at- a a 4-30 and s-00 . . 3 has Pullman Palace sleeping cars through to Chicago. For time tables rates fare Ali rough tickets and baggage checks and further information regarding the running trains apply to the ticket agent Al Hance Ohio. Daily. I it airy except sunday. Paily except monday. A a. Ford general puss and ticket agent. Joseph Wood manager Pittsburgh a. Judicial circuit convention. The democratic convention to nominate a candidate for circuit judge for the fifth judicial circuit Ohio will be held at mount Vernon Ohio Oil tuesday August 3th, 1890, at half past 10 clock a. And the counties composing the circuit Are hereby respectfully called to Send delegates to this convention to be selected the basis one Delegate for each 500 votes cast for governor Campbell at the la3t state election and an additional Delegate for the fractional ratio if Over 250, which will entitle the several counties to delegates As follows Ashland. 6 Coshocton. 7 Delaware. 6 fairfield.11 Holmes. 6 Knox. 7 licking12 Morgan. 4 Morrow. 4 kuskingum12 Perry. 7 Richland. 10 Stark. 19 tuscarawas11 Wayne. 9 by order the democratic judicial circuit committee. J. It. Stonesipher chairman. Cius. B. Hunt Secretary. Democratic judicial convention. The p. C. Amp St. Louis railway Irani be route. Schedule taking effect june 15, 1s90. Going West. Trains depart from the p. Amp St. Louis depot Uhrichsville Junction As follows express. 11-05 accommodation. T 5-20 express. A 12-15 express. T 3 53 i it m going East. Express. Express. Express. Account Lodati Ltd is 2-45 t 11-05 2 4. I p in t 8 -1.3 a everyday. Central time t except sunday. Through coaches from i Uhrichsville Junction to Pittsburg , Indianapolis St. Louis. Pullman Palace sleeping Cara attached to through trains East and West. For time tables rates fare through tickets and further information regarding t he running trains apply to ticket agent Uhrichsville Junction Ohio. K. A Ford Gen. Pas. And ticket agent Pittsburg a. Josem Wood Gen. Manager Pittsburg a. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect May 18, 1890. Going East. Stations. A. Ail. Express local. A eat new Philadelphia 6 25 . 2 0c . 1 00 . Canal Dover. 6 35 a a 210 a a 110 a a Zoar. 7 15 a a 2 25 a a 2 00 a a Mineral Point. 7 30 2 31 a a 215 a a Magnolia. 800 a a 2 46 259 Waynesburg. 8 10 a a �?�2 51 3 a a Malvern. 8 35 a a 3 01 a a 3 25 a a Oueida. S 45 a a 3 06 a a 3 32 a a Minerva 9 00 a a 315 a a 3 45 a a arrive Bayard. 9 20 a a 325 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 50 Bellaire. 4 50 a a 8 05 a a Pittsburgh. 2 20 a a 1 7 00 a a 1 the committee tiie eighteenth and nineteenth districts met at Cambridge Ohio tuesday july 29th, hi0 and decided to hold the next Democrat District convention at Newcomerstown Ohio thursday sept., 11th. 1890. At 1 clock for the purpose nominating one candidate for member state Board equalization and transact such other business As May come before the convention. The representation in said convention will be based the vote gov. James e Campbell for 1 8and will entitle each county to one Delegate for every v 0 voters and one Delegate for every fraction 59 More votes cast Fer James e Campbell As follows Coshocton.34 Guernsey.24 Monroe .37 Tuscarawas.53 Noble part 11 w. In. Mccabe wire Hamilton see retail. Chairman. The democratic ticket. For congressman fourteenth District James w. Owens Licking county. The weeks doings. Buggies carts and Etc., at Taylor a hardware store. The teachers Institute will Convene the 4th August in this City. Dev. T. Dewitt Talmage will lecture at Freeport Ohio August 21,1890. As we go to press we learn that Rev. E. Jacob died this wednesday morning. Send in your orders for Job work to the times office. We can do it quickly neatly and a jars Nable prices de. Christy will exhibit his Black snakes in a few Days. Frank Brown clerk for John Diffen Bacher resigned his position last week. Mrs. E. Cady and daughters assisted by excellent Talent will give a concert thursday a week. We Are pleased to learn that Valentine Frew who has been disabled by rheumatism has been granted a Good position at the rolling Mill weighing Iron. There is a pig Sty West front St., that health officers should have a whiff at. If it remains much longer in its present condition we can to expect anything but cholera. John Huber confectioner closed the doors monday morning and will move with his family to while Here . It., War found to he a gentleman and a pleasant Man to Deal with. Success to them. On fourth Page this weeks Issue you will notice the advertisement the Cady school music. Those wishing to study that Branch will do Well to address Call mrs. Cady this City. We Are reliably informed that one our prosperous Farmers while dreaming thrashing one his horses the other night was surprised being awakened by his wife a screams that he had been hammering her. The weeks doings. Going West. Stations. Leave Pittsburgh. Bellaire. Wellsville. Cleveland. Alliance. Bayard. Minerva. Oneida. Malvern. Waynesburg. Magnolia. Mineral Point. Zoar. Canal Dover. A drive mail. 1 1 express local. 6 10 . 12 45 . 4 40 10 10 k 15 2 40 1 8 00 1 1510 25 3 10 10 55 1 15 7 10 ill 03 4 25 7 25 11 12 4 36 7 55 11 17 4 43 s 15 .11 28 5 h 8 55 ill 33 5 07 9 20 .11 47 5 27 9 .55 11 53 5 to 10 .12 10 6 00 10 40 i 12 20 6 15 11 00 All trains Are run daily except. Sunday. Passengers for the West connect at Alliance who trains the a great fort Wayne route a running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates fare Etc., apply to j f. Miron agent new Philadelphia Ohio. Joseph Wood e. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Pas. Age to Pittsburgh a. A Veland and Marietta Ray in effect May 11, 1890. For probate judge Jasper ii. Mitchell Dover. For clerk courts John Dona hey Perry. For recorder Hugh t. Minn is Goshen. For prosecuting attorney James g. Patrick Goshen. For county commissioner Adam Miller Oxford. For Surveyor Oliver ii. Hoover Goshen. For infirmary director James m. Porter Mill. For Coroner baz1l d. Downey Goshen. New wheat is Worth 75 cents. Miners convention was held at m Oral Point tuesday. going South. Stations. O oing n Orth. No. 5. No. 3. No. 1 it 2 no. 4 500 pm 1115am Cleveland. Akron. 23i it in a 612 1230pm 114 65s 128pm Canton. 1223 100 745am Toledo. 620 745 230 la Vulje a u45a� 700 pm 805 253 5 40 canal Over 1122 635 315 303 550 r a Nero a. 1112 525 �?�>20 3 >9 555 Blackband. 1106 1620 325 315 600 11 0 015 336 813 32 it 611 wolfs. 1 47 602 337 620 x com r Tow n it 40 55.5 852 347 630 Post boy. 1029 545 358 354 037 Guernsey. 1022 538 9<>3 359 642 k initial . 1017 533 912 109 551 Millers. 1 .1 s 523 819 116 653 Oldham a. 1001 516 925 425 702 Cambridge. 95ft 510 441 724 Byersville 932 453 4 4 i a i by pleasant 919 440 500 743 Glen Wood. 913 433 506 749 Yva. 907 427 516 759 Belle Valley 853 413 526 809 Caldwell. 843 408 533 tsl5 Dudley. 8.38 358 540 f82l South Olive 832 352 545 %?27 Dexter City 827 347 552 834 macksburg2 i 310 559 841 Elba. 813, 33� 612 i 853 Warner. 759 318 622 903 Whipple. 849 "308 637 913 Stanley. 733 253 643 if. 24 Cay Wood. It 727 247 700 i 940 j Marietta. 710 1 230 1043 j la Parks by 225 140 pm Tuscarawas county has a population 40,05$ a gain since 1880, 5,800. Threats to enjoin Council men in the issuing Bonds lost us the new Iron Mill. Shame last Friday evening Goshen Hill while Arthur Hill aged 10, was attending the band boys festival he commenced to Cut up his Capers by flourish ing a 22-Ealiber revolver when it was accidentally discharged the Ball taking effect in his left leg making an ugly wound. Or. Mclean dressed the injured member. Henry Steese near new Cumber land was in town monday. By the looks him one would think he had been struck by a Cyclone but he said he had been hauling Coal and by some mishap he was struck the jaw with the Wagon Tongue breaking the jaw in three places and lacerating his face in a terrible manner. The Wool clip this county we learn by Wool buyers has been measurably picked up at 30 cents. Mod the Wool has been marketed holders preferring to sell rather than hold for higher prices. Ohio Patriot. The National Mutual building and loan association met monday night and elected Henry Bowers attorney for the association and j. Ii. Booth treasurer. The association is in a thriving condition. Every one who contemplates building should take Stock in it. Done 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. A C. Sex. Ry., z a 0. R., and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with 11. Amp 0. East and West at Newcomerstown with pc. Amp St. L. East and West at canal Dover with L. A w and Amp p. North and East at Valley Junction with w. Amp l. E. And Valley Liy. W k Richards Geum a pass age to a. T. Wikoff Gen manager. 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 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 Der Box. For Sale by f. C Miller amp son. 6y2 republicans claimed that the Mills Bill caused a decline in the Price Wool while it was pending in Congress. Will some kind Friend Tell us Why Wool has declined in Price this season while we have a Republican president a Republican House a Republican Senate and a Mckinley Bill pending to increase the duty Wool is it the Mckinley Bill that is causing the decline where is that 50 it. Figure for Wool to come in a if Harrison is elected a dear Farmers has not the Wool been completely pulled Over your eyes by the a grand old party a we Are pained to chronicle the death English which sudden occurrence happened shortly before six clock last tuesday evening. Mrs English was both in Harrison county in the year 1817, and consequently was in her 73rd year at the time her demise she was the Mother three boys and three girls All grown up and was an exemplary Christian Mother and wifi and the news her sudden death will be a Shock to the Community her husband family and friends have the sympathy All. Funeral will be held thursday. 2 p. Peace to her mortal remains. Samuel Switzer aged 73, died tuesday morning at his residence Fry a Valley general debility. Deceased was born in Switzerland and emigrated to this country in 1834, and for a time read Law with j. C. Hance. Commenced life with s acres land and a Sawmill and leaves an estate Over 300 acres excellent land. In 1837 he was married to Elizabeth Meyer German descent this Happy Union was blessed with 11 children�?4 girls and 7 bo3s. Deceased was a member the German reformed Church. During his life he filled the offices township trustee Justice the peace and county commissioner with prominence. We extend our sympathies. Philip Schneider Mineral Point a Man Well up in years came to this City monday Legal business to see his at tories Richards amp Mccullough who had prepared a petition for him ready to file in court. After attending to his Legal affairs he imbibed too freely and started for Home in an intoxicated condition. Tuesday morning his body was found ground to pieces the Amp p. Railroad near a Point known As crites Stone Quarry. Iii identification was made known Only through a letter . Mccullough had written him a few Days before which he had in his pocket to badly was he ground up. Coroner Downey was called to View the remains. It is supposed lie started to walk Home the Railroad and Laid Down the track being too full to navigate. Quite a pleasant gathering was held at the Home . And mrs. Jesse Winklepleck near Shanesville thursday last. The occasion being her 08th birthday anniversary and her relatives and Many friends gave her a Complete Surprise. There were present Over 135 invited guests. The Barros Mills brass band rendered some Choice music during the evening. Speeches were made by several and were Well delivered and heartily received. The repast was excellent All the Choice delicacies the season were at hand. The evening was a grand one and All pronounced the occasion one the Best they Ever attended. After bidding the old folks a kind Good night and wishing them Many More Happy returns they departed for their respective Homes in the morning. Canal Dover gets the new steel Plant. A big show coming and the boys Are Happy. Rolling Mill is Short hands due to extreme heat. Town pump should be removed As it is in an unhealthy condition. George Hasbrook Columbus is visiting parents and friends in this City. Or. And mrs. Jesse Winklepleck have several in their House that Are Over 200 years old. A new car was placed the Street car track saturday but failed to work a cause unknown to us. O. Taylor purchased the mrs. Fowler property South Broadway last saturday a consideration s3,975. Julia Dutton purchased the horse and buggy a. T. Raiff last for consideration ask Zilonas White. Jacob Haney Jim. In Ummell so rat Driver a was Short a a a v a one Day last week for abuse the team. Al. Boone our merchant tailor has a a a boons companion now. Friday morning he was presented with a bouncing boy. _ the Fowler tract containing40 acres near Lockport was sold by the sheriff to Henry Anderman saturday last for $1,050. Louis Croxton travelling Salesman for a Boot and shoe firm in Philadelphia pa., visited parents and friends Here last week. Rev. E. Jacob was taken suddenly ill thursday last with congestion the brain. He was preparing to make a trip to Wisconsin. We Are pleased to learn that lawyer j. T. Of Donnell will be Able in a few clays to be the streets again after a siege sickness. Mrs. De. Ilisson will remove her House hold and Barber shop goods to Youngstown to Day where they will make their future Home. Mrs. Shipley a Saloon was broken into thursday evening last about Midnight and $80.00 Worth c Gars stolen the thieves Are still at Large. The Champion planing Mill stopped rather unexpectedly. Friday last account the steam running Down the Engineer had fallen asleep. Harry Nickles became overheated at the rolling Mill thursday morning and was carried Home unconscious. At the present writing is recovering. Zellner amp sons double team scared at motor car West fair Street wednesday last and ran away breaking the Wagon badly but no one Hurt. A Wagon Load horses passed throw the town tuesday morning. They belong to the a a merry go round a which attracted the Young folks attention at Uhrichsville. A Medicine Man who is Selling a a go was has been attracting Large crowds the Street by pulling Teeth. Wonder what our druggists and dentists think about it ? the weeks doings. These nights too Cool for Corn. There Are in the neighbourhood 300 miners employed in the Massillon City Coal mines. There will be an auction Sale real estate by the heirs John Mathias Lehnus Valley August 16th. The course elocution one year in Franklin College new Athens Ohio costs but $15 catalogue free. A number our Young people Pic nicked at Waynesburg tuesday. They were met by a crowd from Carrolton. For rent to suitable room can be rented at $5 per inquire at the times office. Of for Fine nine room House very convenient to Public Square. 22wg f. S. Romig Mclain Block. Personal mention. Be our Inuse a cot Palace lowly hut mansion fair there we drink from Loyess Sweet chalice Home is where the loved ones Are. Farmers Are threshing their the Price for threshing wheat is cts. Per Bushel Oats h. Wheat will not exceed 80 cents for the next 90 Days. Would be a Good thing if the county commissioners would look at the Road Goshen Hill near canal somebody will be found dead in the Hole if not attended to soon. Geo. Crossland tuesday afternoon was found guilty stealing chickens and was placed under $500 Bonds. He walked to jail to hear what the grand jury will have to say about it. Mrs. Nancy Kinsey aged 70 years Mother auditor Kinsey died sunday last and was buried at Fry a Valley tuesday. Paralysis was the cause. The relatives and friends have the sympathy All. That Sun a gun near new Cumberland who was Given a hot Chase monday night by the marshals for indecent exposure the Street had better steer Clear from this town. \ Brush and bucket tar will be the next coat he will Wear if seen at such actions any More. Monday afternoon while out pleasure driving mrs. Joshua p. Grim accompanied by mrs. Carry and mrs. I. A. Cor Rell the horse became unmanageable and backed the buggy into the canal. The occupants sprang from the buggy and the horse backed until he was in the act swimming. Horse and buggy were pulled out by some parties near by. The town Cadiz seems to be full some villain villains have made frequent attempts to Burn the Globe hotel stables in Cadiz. Tuesday morning last week the miscreant fired the hotel stables and two others near it which soon communicated with the hotel and in a very Short time was reduced to ashes with All its contents including Gilhespie furniture store and contents and 6 stables. The stillness the night doubtless saved the town from destruction. The same night the new hotel Cadiz fair grounds was fired but the attempt was unsuccessful. The Council Cadiz has offered a Reward $500, and . Craig owner the fair grounds has offered $200, for the arrest the criminals. If caught the fiends should Dangle at the end a rope. The National g. A. Wil be held in Boston August 12th to 15th. Low rates via the Pennsylvania lines. 30vv3 we. Deran has purchased the Barber shop mrs. De. Hissong. Will attend to the wants the Public Short notice. Miss Caroline Taylor Cambridge who has been visiting friends in n. P., the guest . And mrs. I. Hender Lliott returned Home monday. For and Small tract3 Dover Road. Cheap lots easy terms. Dwellings farms Etc. S. Romig. Office in Mcclane Block. 46tf John Warfel and mrs. William Coleman Uhrichsville were found dead in their Beds last week. The former died heart disease and the latter cramps. The Farmers along the Highway Between Here anti Shanesville have concluded to talk to each other a Telephone wire is stretched to each residence. The Winklepleck Dairy composed 16 neighbors and Between them Are 145 cows. The milk is daily made into cheese by Robert Hulda who makes for that locality to sell besides what they use 40,000 lbs. A year. Or. K. Hitchcock agent the Cleveland press was in town in the interest his company tuesday and gave the times a pleasant Calko . H. Is an excellent conversationalist and a no. 1 business Man. He will make the press Boom throughout this Section. 1 have for Saie As agent a splendid Stock general merchandise in a Good town with a Large and Well established Trade Stock not shelf worn but first class and will invoice 8 9 thousand dollars that can be sold and take in part a Good piece land in Tuscarawas Harrison Coshocton counties. Good store building can be sold with Stock if desired. Good reasons for Selling. Address the editor the times. 3uf. Last monday was the 13th birthday anniversary master Carl Gustaff and to celebrate the occasion . And mrs. Gustaff invited in about thirty Young people to give him a Surprise. Luncheon was served and evening games indulged in. The Little folks really enjoyed themselves and at an Early hour after the a a Good night so were repeated departed for their Homes thanking the father and Mother for the kindnesses shown them and wishing Carl Many More Happy birthdays. Ii. Hawthorn d. D. G. M., installed the following officers new Philadelphia Lodge no. 107,1.0. O. F., tuesday evening july 22d John Dougal n. G. J. A. D. Richards v. G. B. N. Shuck rec. Sec a. George w. Bowers r. S. Of n. G. John Stiffler l. S. Of n. G. Benj. Meaner w. J. C. Saunders David Burkov r. S. S. Forest Williams l. S. S. Lie verdy Kerby G. Jas Young i. G. Cliff d. Grimes r. S. Of n. G. William Nusdorfer l. S. Of v. G. The pulpit Ami the stage. Dover gets it. From port Washington. Harvey Crouch Pittsburg is Here. Mrs. S. B. Flora visited Dove rites tuesday. John a. Tuesday. Himes was at Cambridge Emma Snyder is visiting Newcomerstown relatives. Mrs. J. Keys visited Cambridge friends tuesday. Arthur Brown went to Cleveland monday business. We. Gordon Mineral Point was in town saturday. Mrs. T. W. Fribley was quite ill saturday with malarial trouble. Last mrs. John Tipton who has been visiting friends in Scio is in this City. Henry Kuhn new Straits Ville gave the times office a Call last Friday . Fowler Delaware o., has been visiting his Mother and friends Here. Thos. Richardson near Shanesville was in town saturday business. Or. And mrs. White Quincy ills., Are visiting Uncle John Kennedy this City. Mrs. Edward Sargent spent tuesday with her daughter mrs. Slingluff in Dover. Mrs. Lem. Hamilton and daughter Lillie arc visiting their relatives at Trenton. A miss Anna Benedict is visiting her Friend miss Jennie Drake in Dover this week. May Wilson is visiting friends and relatives in Youngstown will return in september. Gust Johns in the country has been suffering for several Days past with rheumatic. Kitty Sharp Lorain is visiting her grandparents . Arad mrs. Abram Sharp Here. Mrs. Elmer Waddington and babe will leave for their Home Oak Valley Kansas to Day. Miss Lizzie Sattler Mineral Point was among the Busy throng our streets saturday. Reason Eberhardt was in Dover sunday wanted to see if it was building up As fast As our town. Mrs. J. B. Read and baby accompanied by Eva Amos Flora Sharp visited Nora Junkins in the country sunday. Ambrose Bowers and Jennie j unkind Charley Wallace and Ida Smith and several other Young people drove to Zoar sunday. Mrs. Jos Ali Walton and her daughter miss Emma near Trenton visited relatives in this City Las week. Or. And mrs. Ii. Norton Lemont 111., arc visiting her parents e. Jacob and wife in the country. Mrs. Elmer Waddington and mrs. Ida read near Trenton visited their friends in this City saturday last. Lucy and Jennie Grimes in company with mrs. Bazil Taylor visited Uhrichsville friends last Friday. E. Parmlee returned last week from a pleasant visit to parents and friends at Holyoke mass. Otto Rineholdt lately employed by nagely amp sons has accepted a position with j. C. Joss As travelling agent. Mrs. Isaac Hathaway has been suffering excruciating pains the past week account Erysipelas her face. Mrs. J. Roland Kurtz entertained a number Young ladies and gentlemen monday evening in Honor her Cousin lbs Ella Wilson. Rev. Joseph Jacob Leetonia Robert and Elisha Jacob Waynesburg Are at the bed Side their father Rev. E. In. Jacob in the country. Our City Council has wrestled with the question whether it would give the Reeves Brothers $30,000 toward the erection a new steel Plant and plate Mill for some time. A proposition to give $20,000 was made by Council and declined by Reeves Bros., and finally the Council offered the $30,000 asked for. This sounded like business to the Dover people and Straightway they offered the same substantially to the Reeves. The following report proceedings the Dover Council informs us that the Reeves Bros preferred to put the new improvement in Dover a a mayors office july 22nd. A Council met present mayor Sheeler Enck Canada Weiss Roderick Wible absent sick Brannan. A the following proposition was made by the Reeves Iron co. Through their attorney John a. Hostetler a to the Council the Village Dover in the matter the donation $30,000 to be paid by said Village to said Reeves Bros., to erect additional works near their present Plant in said Village and also to prepare their present Plant to make material for said _ additional works. A a first that if the works proposed to be built shall be removed from Dover any time within ten years from the time completion then before such removal the entire sum $30,000 to be refunded to said Village. A second that if they be removed any time after ten years and before the expiration fifteen years then $20,000 is to to refunded. A third that if they be removed any time after fifteen years and a before the expiration Twenty years then $10,000 be refunded. A fourth after the expiration 20 years All claims said Village said works Are to cease. A Reeves Bros agree that the works and improvements will be sufficient capacity to employ 200 additional men and that said number shall be employed. The works erected to be a wrought Iron pipe works Ether Iron steel works and to be built during the years 1890-91. A Reeves Bros agree to make a deed to the said ullage for the ground upon which said buildings and works Are to be erected before work is commenced such ground said Village to recon vey said land together with such works to Reeves Bros., subject to the conditions herein mentioned and that the new works and All property connected therewith when reconvened to the said Reeves Bros., and the improvement present Plant shall be Worth at least $90,000. A said Village to said $30,000 in the manner following one third when the building is sufficiently Complete for the machinery one third when the Machi Nery is the ground and the balance when said works Are ready for operation. A in Case the said new works Are less value than $90,000, Reeves Bros Reserve the right to spend in improving and preparing their present Plant at Dover for the manufacture material to Supply the new works a sufficient sum Money to make the entire valuation the new Plant not less than $90,000. A should the question be raised whether said works property and improvements and so Forth Are the value $90,000 in the manner herein stated then a committee three disinterested persons shall be appointed in the following manner to wit a the Village to appoint one Man said Reeves Bros to appoint one Man and the two men so appointed to select a a third Man. A majority which committee shall determine All such questions and whose decision shall be final. A the foregoing proposition is accepted by the Reeves Bros., upon condition that better Railroad facilities be procured to their works and that if necessary to procure such Railroad facilities a rail Road Bridge shall be constructed across the River and canal and the Village toward such Bridge the sum $10,0<>0 As provided by the action the the foregoing propositions were accepted by the Council. It seems that new Philadelphia is Lett again. Canal Dover however will soon be loaded Down and then there will be a Chance for us after a while. There is one tiling certain that if to do not find some Good investment in the Way improvement we will not have the taxes to take care there is danger editor Moore the times was in town last Friday business. Robert Galbraith Tuscarawas saw Many his old friends in port last week. Mrs. T. D. Armstrong Indianapolis ind., is spending a few Days with friends and relatives Here. Mrs. J. N. Sperling and two daughters Are visiting in Canton and Alliance this week. Prof. Paul fast and wife Uhrichsville spent Sabbath with the family . Rutzler. Quite a number our Young folks took a pleasant drive a a Over the Green Hills a last saturday in search blackberries. L. S. Sargent and wife Newcomerstown drove up to port last sunday. Mrs. James Ross and two children Ottawa Kansas Are visiting with her sister mrs. O. G. Nelson. Miss Lizzie Kilgore after a pleasant visit with her sister mrs. G. B. Kilgore returned to her Home in Green Burgh the Young people this place Are requested to meet at the moravian Church next Friday evening August 1, for the purpose organizing a Young Peoples Christian Endeavor society. At the last regular meeting the Board education the following teachers were hired principal prof. C. L. Cronebach second department miss Zoe Kinsey primary miss Fannie Slade. # Rev. J. Taylor Hamilton one the faculty the moravian theological Seminary at Bethlehem pa., preached in the moravian Church Here last sunday evening. He is making a tour All Western congregations soliciting Money for the erection a new Seminary building at Bethlehem. D. W. Mcginty. Drunkenness liquor habit. Or 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 epoch. The transition from Long lingering and painful sickness to robust health Marks an epoch in the life the individual. Such a remarkable event is treasured in the memory and the Agency whereby the Good health Lias been attained is gratefully blessed. Hence it is that so much is heard in Praise electric bitters. So Many feel they owe their restoration to health to the use the great alterative and tonic. If you arc troubled with any disease kidneys liver stomach Long Short standing you will surely find Relief by use electric bitters. Sold at 50cts and $1 per bottle. Rev. Shrout pastor United Brethren Church Blue Mound Kansa says a a i feel it my duty to Tell what wonders . Kings new discovery Riff one for me. lungs were badly diseased and my parishioners thought i could live Only a few weeks. I took five bottles . Kings new discovery and am sound and Well gaining 26 pounds in Arthur love manager loves funny folks combination writes a a after a thorough trial and convincing evidence i am confident i r. Kings new discovery for consumption beats Mem All and cures when everything else fails. The greatest kindness i can do my Many thousand friends is to urge them to try it. Free trial bottles at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. The Tuscarawas medical society Metat Shanesville o., july 22, �?T90, at the office a. Miller m. D. There was a Good attendance and Good feeling among the members. Or. Peter Shalliol wines Burg became a member the society. He is a very Nice and intelligent gentleman. Or. L. S. Mccurdy Dennison read a paper co arum Moribus with cases. The paper was a Good one it showed great research and judgment and practical application it was Well received by the society. The doctor also exhibited an instrument he makes use in the restoration hip diseases. Or. T. W. J. Richards read a paper in tation the heart which brought out considerable discussion. Mrs. Or. A. Miller prepared a sumptuous dinner for the medical society its equal in taste variety and general excellence is rarely met with. Miss Ida Slaughman who has been visiting relatives and Many friends in this place and Vicinity returned to her Home in Cleveland Lam monday. 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 from 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 filled 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. W. Caulley press to. U. C. Deardorff Sec a. In allowing inactivity the kidneys to grow through neglect. The deadly Shoals Brights disease and diabetes will wreck the goodly bark health if allowed to Drift rudderless upon them. The bladder too if inactive and judicious medication does not speedily direct the Helm toward the port safty will he whelmed by the Quicksand disease. In selecting a diuretic let your Choice fall upon Hoe tetters a stomach bitters which stimulates the renal organs without irritating and exciting them two effects to be apprehended from the unmediated stimuli largely resorted to. These have a tendency to react pre judicially. The bitters invigorate the kidneys and bladder in common with the nerves and digestive organs and so affy Oad lasting Aid. It also affords dual assistance in preventing and curing intermittent and remit tent fever. Bilious Ness constipation and rheumatism it also subjugated. 40-31 w4 e. C. 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 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 Chance for All. 27 w8 for Sale Trade. Dover electric flashes. Jasper Mitchell was at the a Hub a sunday. Rudy Gilgen and family the county seat were Over Here sunday visiting. Frank Reidenbaugh n. P., took a a header a by his bicycle flopping Over against Canada s Barber pole. Joe Mccullough and stenographer Matlack new Philadelphia were Over Here to see their Many admirers a few Days ago. A great Many people from n. P.,were visitors to Coney Island sunday. Yankee Dan find his a fog Horn a sunday evening. A Young woman with a Little boy about four years old took supper at Central hotel one Day last week give her name As mrs. Clark new me Philadelphia. She failed to Settle for the suppers and the supposition is that she told a falsehood about her we have our own thoughts. Necessary repairs Are being made the Furnace. Will resume work in a Short time. Street commissioner Criswell is making some very necessary improvements the Public Highway. Mrs. Travis and daughter have gone to Marietta for a pleasure trip. Andy Godfrey intends in a few Days to Start a meat Market in the Isaac Gibbs shop. Andy will pull through. 0. K. The new trans Continental Loute i a the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul r g and the Northern Pacific 11. Commencing sunday june 15, 1890, there will be established a through line Vestibule Pullman sleeping cars running daily Between Chicago Milwaukee St. Paul Lalena Montana Spokane Falls Tacoma and Seattle Washington and Portland Oregon making the fastest time to and from All Points puget sound and the North Pacific coast and affording an excellent throw route for passenger destined to California Points. West bound trains will leave Union passenger station Corner Adams and canal streets Chicago daily at 5 30 pm., arriving St Paul 7 00am, Fargo 4 55 pm., Halena 1 15 , Spokane Falls 5 30 pm., Tacoma 10 50 ., Seattle 11.45a.m., Portland 0 30 pm. These trains will carry All classes passengers and will also provide he finest dining car service Between Chicago and the Pacific coast. Trains All lines from the East arrive in Chicago in ample time to make connection with the 5 30 . Train from Chicago. In addition to the foregoing special Pullman sleeping cars for famous Yellowstone Park will be attached to these trains thus affording during the summer months a direct through car line to the worlds wonderland and the Lake Park Region the Northwest. Time 4s hours to Mammoth hot Springs hotel. The advantage to be secured by purchasing through tickets via a route composed such favourably known and Well established lines As the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul and Northern Pacific railways must be apparent to All first class travellers. For sleeping car reservations through tickets time tables and further information apply at City office Chicago Milwaukee a St St. Paul Ray at no. 207 Clark St., Union passenger station Chicago address f. A. Miller ass to. A., c., m. Amp St. Ray Chicago 111. We. Kelley jr., trav. Pas. Agt., St. Ray room 25 Clinton Block 30 Columbus Ohio. From heaver dam. 100 ladies wanted. Forced to leave Home. Over 50 people were forced to leave their Homes yesterday to Call at their druggists for a free trial package lanes family Medicine. If your blood is bad your liver and kidneys out order if you Are constipated and have headache and an unsightly complexion done to fail to Call any druggist to Day for a free Sample this grand remedy. The ladies Praise it. Every one likes it. Large size packages 50 cents. 16yl and 100 men to Call any druggist for a 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. Loyl 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 Amp p. Railroad. Would Trade for dwelling property in new Philadelphia canal Dover. Reason for Selling the owner wants to his children. The stand has a Goor Trade. Call s. Moore agent times office. For Sale Trade. I have for Sale Trade several tract Western land in Nebraska Kansa and Missouri will Trade for Stock any kind any Good Chatilo property at a fair value for town property. Some these lands Are improved Banff some unimproved and some partially improved. Title Good and abstract can be furnish Edall the editor times. Of g. A. At Hoston. Reduced rates via the Pennsylvania lines. For tiie National Encampment g. A. To be held at Boston August 12th to 15th, round trip tickets will b sold via the Pennsylvania lines August 8th, 9th, 10th at greatly reduced rates either via new York and rail line to Boston via new York and Steamer through Long Island sound. Ticket will be Good returning until august20th, inclusive by special arrangement return limit can be extended to september 30th. The sick our Valley Are All getting Well. Lewis Krieg is the Only Man done harvesting at this writing. James Stephens has left the rolling Mill and is now working for Leonard Smith. Or. Staley and children Canton Are stopping with Mother Henderson for a few Days. U. K. Y to Chicago. Excursion via the Pennsylvania lines. Tickets to Chicago will lie sold from stations the Pennsylvania lines at Low round trip rates August 2d, 3d and 4th, and at especially reduced excursion rates August 5th and 6th. The triennial meeting the patriarchs militant will be held in Chicago August 3d to 10th. For Sale. The Large Island lying Between the two dams the Tuscarawas River one it the finest locations for a summer re it in the county. It also comprises the Best fishing Waters in the state. Will be offered reasonable terms. Inquire l. Edie Tuscarawas Ghio s. Moore editor times. 27tf 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 free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. Ii. Chase amp co., 28w4 distillers Louisville by. National i trudge property sold. Glassow va., july 17. The natural Bridge property has been sold to a Massachusetts and Virginia Syndicate for $200,000. 11 was purchased from col. H. C. Parsons and Hon. J. G. Blaine who have owned it for a number years. 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. For Sale a 70 acre tract Good land five 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. It All at the times office. For Salt a Good Brick dwelling and business room lot 49x150, within 50 feet depot at Sugarcreek East Shanesville Tuscarawas county Ohio. Building suitable for Saloon for information inquire r. Funk Sugarcreek o., editor the times. 31 w3 for Sale. One platform Spring Wagon with covered top. It was built for a delivery Wagon at a Cost $90 one set harness new. Will sell very cheap. Call address p. Oakleaf port Washington editor the times. 31tf for Sale. A thorough bred Short Horn Bull four years old perfectly gentle and weighs about 1,600 pounds. Will take $55. For information apply at times office

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