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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - June 27, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published Evert thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. 1 Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job of every description done 011 Short notice. Your favor solicited. New i Ladelphia times the a times Quot advertising rates. Space. One Inch. 1 to. 3 1 00 2 00 3 00 5 00 8 00 three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 3 mo.6 yer $ 2 of 3 3 00$ 5 00 5 00 7 501 15 00 7 50 j 12 50 22 50 12 50 22 50 4c 00 22 501 40 00 75 00 business notices. Ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia thursday june 27, 1889. Number 27. Traveler s guide. Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling Railroad. In effect june 2, 1ss9. New Standard time. Trains going South. A com Aceom-1 stations. No. 1. Modal a. Iroda a. No. 19 no. 3. No. 5. Cleveland. 6 45a.m. 4 15p.m. 1 5 00 a Black River 7 <a0 a a 4 25 a. 6 30 a a 7 22 a a 4 45 a a 1 7 22 Quot Grafton. 7 53 a a 5 10 a a too a a Medina. 8 30 a a 0 00 a a .110 15 Chip Walak 3 47 a 6 1. A a i10 40 a a Sterling. 9 05 a a 6 3? a a i 12 05 pm Warwick. 9 31 a a 7 05 a a 1 05 a a Fulton. 9 40 a a 7 12 a a. 1 30 a a Massillon 10 00 a a 7 32 a a 6 06a.m 2 15 a a Navarre. 7 47 a a 6 ill a a 2 54 a a reach City. 10 26 a a 8 02 a a t 5 a a 3 40 a a . 8 13 a a 6 44 a a 4 10 a a Dover 10 45 a a 8 2s a a 6 5 3 a a 5 05 a a new Pillad. 10 53 a a 8 35 a a 7 05 a a 5us a Goshen 8 43 �?�7 31tuscarawas. 8 50 a a Uhrichsville. 11 1 a a 9 00 a a. 6 45 11 30 . 1 Newport. 7 33 a a i. Stillwater. 11 40 a a 7 46 a a Tippecanoe 11 54 a a. 7 56 a a. Freeport12 10 . 8 10 a a Flushing. 12 40 a a 8 40 a a. Bridgeport. 2 05 a 9 55 a a i. Arrive at Wheeling by Street car from Bridge port depot. Trains going North. Stations. Accommodate no. 2. No. 4. A com Moda n. No. 6. No. 24 Bridgeport. 11 03 4 12 pm. Flushing. 12 39 a a 5 29 a a Freeport. 32 53 6 03 a a Tippecanoe i of a a 6 18 a a Stillwater. 1 18 a a 6 23 a a Newport. 0 39 a a Uhrichsville. 3 36 a a 6 45 a a Tuscarawas 4 45 . 1 40 a a 6 55 a a 45am 4 fat Ltd a 7 05 a a 5 02 a Goshen. 4 59 a a 2 02 7 13 a a new pm Iliad. 5 of a a 2 on a a 7 21 a a 5 49 a a Dover. 5 15 a a 2 is a a 7 46 a a 6 o a a s tras Burgh. 5 27 a a 7 -16 a a g 4 4 a a Beach City. 6 37 a a 2 4 j a a 8 02 a a i 35 Navarre. 5 52 a a 35 a a 7 45 a a Massillon. On. Warwick. Sterling. Chips Walak Medina. Grafton. Elyria. Black River Cleveland. I a a 6 26 a a 6 36 a a 7 a a a a a it ii i i 3 it s 12 a a 8 41 a a 9 00 a a 9 20 a a 08 a a h 1.0 4k 4 20 a a 1 29 a a 5 25 a a 5 45 a a 6 05 a a h 2>> a a .8 39 a a 8 45 a a 10 it 5 a a i0 29 a a 12 o by 1 t Quot a a a i 45 a a 5 j.5 a a 7 15�?o business directory prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office in the Mclane Block new Philadelphia. Ohio. John w. Nix3n, m. D., physician and surgeon. Office on South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by or. Tinker. 51yl p f. Tidrick House painting paper hanging White washing and Ca Cimin ing neatly done and work guaranteed at reasonable prices. Leave orders at Walton k a key a shoe store new Philadelphia Ohio. March 2s. 1881. I�?~.m6 John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business no mently attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House on North Broadway. 47yl j h. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Samuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties. Will receive prompt and careful attention. Once in Hummel Block second Ioor. 4 a the instalment plan by Tjit i a which you can sell our popular books on payments or savings of 50 cents a week will insure you Twenty times As Many sales As Cash deliveries without fail. Write immediately for particulars. Address lyceum i blisi11ng natio Hoo sols wanted May id met a trains Stop on signal for passengers. Tickets on Sale at All stations and ticket offices. Oscar Townsend general manager f. M. Townsend superintendent. Cleveland and Marietta a a in Way. In effect june 16, 18s9. Go North. No. 2 no. 4 no. 8 a no. 10 la Parks by. 200am 101 am. Marietta. 63.5 1140 3 m. Gtd am Cay Wood. 652 Ini 325 n v Stanley. 658 12 is i 335. Uoo Whipple. 3 1233 6 0 j 6. 0 Warner. 725 121-3 i a a 655 3.1 a. 740 1257 4 5 720 Macks Burg. 717 ill i 415 747 Dexter Ity. 754 1 5 455 South Olive. 759 121 j on mi6 Dudley. 305 321 1 510 832 a Aid Well. 8lo 130 i 52< of Rulle Valley. 825 349 i 540915 Ava. 834 1 9. 5 .5 230 Glen Wood. 840 155 6 5 940 e is ant. .846 201 j 615 2 50 Byersville. .8-58 213 j 625 ji0l5 Cambridge. 913 232 1 7 0 ii3o Oldham a. 924 1 238 1 t be it Millers. 931 j 2451155 Kimbolton. 911 2-5 i. ,1219 Guernsey. Post boy. 946 j 3. 0 953 .�?~2.7 12 0 no Midtown. 1093 a 317 125 Wolf a. 1010 327 11j Philipsburg. 1.23 1929 i 344 2 it Blackband. 2u> Turners. 1035 3->9 225 canal Dover. 1045 4 0 4 9 a Val june. 1107 j 422 115 Cantou. 1213fm i 75> i. Akron. 110 855cle Veland. 220 1015 i. Buffalo. 815 740 i. Toledo. 630 1 940 1 1 i. Via w. Amp l. 1 a and l. m. Going South. No 1-5. No. 3. 1 no. 7 no 9. La Toledo. I745 am Buffalo. 540 Cleveland. Ill 15 a Ron. 123? pm i j Canton. 128 Valley Juu ctr a. 1 2 0 600 am canal Dover. 7.4 0 pm 253 7.-0 Turners. 5.5 t 363 750 Blackband. 55 369 860 Phillipsburg. He 315810 Wolf a. 611 i 327 a it newcomers on 62 i 1431 16 3 Post. Boy. 63 a 315 1013 Guernsey. 1.3 a it a 3 12 Kimbolton. 64 1 j 358 1045 Millers. 65 it 4 a. 11 0 Oldham a. 65 t 4151113 Cambridge. 70 a 425 711a m 1130 Byersville. It 2 411 1220 pm Point pleasant 74454 1 45 Glen Wood. 746 500 12-5 Ava. 75 i 1 506 1 6 belie Valley. 80 2 17, 7�?~25 140 Caldwell. Of it526 .350 291 j Hidley. 2 535 j 905 215 South Olive. 828 540 i 917 23 Dexter City. 832 545 j 922 240 Macksburg. Co 5 2 j 932 390 Elba. 846 559 1 942 3l� Warner. 9.0 613 a 05 340 Whipple. 910 623 400 Stanley. 92 5. G a 11045 425 Caywood. 93 1 611 1155 435 a Marietta. 948 71 1 11120 .500 Parkersburg. 1100 j 10the Gilsey House new Philadelphia go to Montana via the St. Paul Minneapolis and Manitoba Ray. A magnificent no. 5 and 0, daily. Through coaches on trains nos. 2 and 3. Between Marie to Canton. Akron. Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with 0 w a. B amp a and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with b a it it East and West at Newcomerstown with p. C a St l East and West at Dover with c l a w and 0 and a North and East at Valley Junction with w a l e and Valley Ray. W k Richards Gene a pass age to a. T. Wikoff Gen manager. Liilo a the Montana express a a will be inaugurated november 10, 1888. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. R. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect May 12, 18s9. Going East. Stations. Of express \ local leave new Philadelphia canal Dover. Zoar. Mineral Point Magnolia Waynesburg Malvern. Oneida Minerva. Arrive Bayard. Alliance. Cleveland. Wellsville. Bellaire. Pittsburgh 6 25 . I 45 a a i 7 15 a a 7 30 a a Sou a a 8 10 a a 9 00 a a 9 20 a a i u 05 a a 12 50 . 1215 4 50 a a 2 o0 . 210 a a 2 40 2 51 3 1 00 3 15 3 25 1 25 6 35 4 5 i 8 it 5 7 00 1 00 p 1 30 2 59 3 07 3 45 3 55 going West. Stations. Mail. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. 6 10 . 12 4-5 . Bellaire. I 40 10 10 Wellsville. 8 15 2 49 Cleveland. 7 45 1 05 Alliance. 10 25 3 10 Bayard. 1u 55 i 15 7 to Minerva. ?1 03 4 25 7 25 Oneida. 11 12 4 36. 7 55 Malvern. 11 17 4 43 8 35 Waynesburg. 11 28 5 00 8 55 Magnolia. List a 5 07 9 20 Mineral Point. 11 47 5 27 9 55 Zoar. 11 53 5 .55 10 10 canal Dover. 12 10 pm 6 00 10 40 arrive new Philadelphia 12 20 u 15 11 00 All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for the West connect Ai Alliance with trains on the a great fort Wayne route running Pullman Palace sleeping oars and through coaches to Chicago. For Lime tables rates of , Etc., apply to j. 1. Milk agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. James Mccrea e. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Pas. Age to Pittsburgh a. Valley railway. In effect december 2, 18ss. Going South. Stations. Going North. No. 3. P i no. 4. No 6. 1115am 12 02pm 12 30 1 28 2 15 4 15pm 5 08 5 6 33 725 la Cleveland a Peninsula. Akron. Canton. A Val a Jet la 9 24am 9 03 8 55 7 55 7 05 2 32pm 1 42 1 15 12 15 1130am a for maps and general information inquire of your own ticket age to or f. I. Whitney Gene a Pas. And Tkv tags to St. Paul Minnesota. Loo dailies wanted new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday june 27, 1889. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 Artlie new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia. Ohio at the following rates one year in if not paid within three mods 1.50 the weeks doings. The grandest Celebration on the a glorious fourth will be seen in new Philadelphia a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to tiie address of the proprietor. A a duress All matter intended for publication to the times. Mill township is anxious to have the trustees make arrangements for Boring for Gas and Oil at once. Mrs. Sex president slaves lies at her Home in Fremont in a very precarious condition having received a severe stroke of paralysis on Friday last. Babcock Hurd. Amp co., wholesale grocers ice amp 10v water St., Cleveland. P. Ii. Bap cock in Huun. Jr., cd Babcock 11. A. Bishop m Hurd wholesale .ts for the Union Calfee it �?�>., limited of new York. I r t lie Sale of their celebrated a1 Aroma and Bun la brands of roasted Coffee. Lei c p. Everharty sift Quot new Julf livery amp feed stable . The very Best horses. Carriages and Sample wagons can now he had promptly at the lowest rates. Office and stable near the k r. Depot. May 2,1889. 11 Ohio. Murray or Ope 1 it or. The House Lias been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms. Table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the ears. Good livery in connection with the in use. F Al ii. Amp a. I. Lacey procure patents in the v. S., Canada and Europe 20 years experience. Preliminary examinations As to patentability of l n e. No attorney Feis in Advance for obtaining u. 8. Patents. Full instruct ions in patents terms Etc. Sent for address 11. A a. P. Lacey Patent att is Washington d. C. Feb. 2, �?T8 Al elegant dining cars drawing room sleepers. Handsome Day coaches a and free colonist sleepers with Kitchen and lavatory. The Only line to the three great cities of Montana and 100 men to Call on any druggist for a free trial package of lanes family Medicine the great Root and Herb remedy discovered by j r. Silas Lane while in the Rocky mountains. For disease of the blood liver and kidneys it is a positive cure. For constipation and Clearing up the complexion it does wonders. Children like it. Everyone praises it. Large size package 50 cents at All druggists. Til nov. For Sale cheap. Farm of 91 acres situated in Rush township within three Miles of two railroads Good new House and other buildings Well improved. Also 50 acres of Good Hill land situated within two Miles of Ubrich Svile. For further information Call on w. Ii. Westhafer Tracy Tuscarawas co., 14tl for Sale. A farm of Twenty acres situated in Rush township eight acres cleared and remainder in Timber. Lays Well and is Good soil. It is known As the Rufus Walton tract. For further information inquire of the owner Norman Rupert. Mud run Valley. Children cry for pitchers Castoria. When baby was sick we gave her Castoria. When she was a child she cried for Castoria when she became miss she Clung to Castoria when she had children she gave them Castoria. Send in your orders for Job work to the times office. We can do it quickly neatly and at reasonable prices. Wool 30 cents with very Little being offered. The miners in Illinois and Indiana if reports Are Correct Are literally starving to death and the authorities of the two states have been compelled to take the matter in hand and afford Relief. The democratic state Central committee held a meeting at Dayton june 20th, to discuss the propriety of changing the Date of holding the state convention. Some of the members favored a change to Only. It was finally decided that no change should be made. A mail Pouch containing a Large amount of Money was stolen Between the Post office and the depot at Nashville Tennessee on the 7th of May. The matter had been kept perfectly quiet until a few Days ago. No Trace of the Pouch has been found yet. Simon Cameron of Pennsylvania for Many years the leading Republican politician of the state and who has held several High offices such As United states senator Secretary of War under Lincoln and mini Ter to Russia is lying almost at deaths door. His career will undoubtedly soon end. He controlled the politics of that state until recent y ears. Chicago police officers have succeeded in making the arrest of one Man named Burke who is believed to be one of the parties engaged in the murder of or. Cronin. He was arrested at Winn pc Manitoba whither he had gone to escape arrest. He has been identified As Burke. The necessary Steps have been taken to procure a requisition which will require a month at least before he can be returned. The state of Rhode. Island seems to \ have tired of prohibition. In 188 5 the following amendment was made to the Constitution a a the manufacture and j Sale of intoxicating liquors to be used j As a beverage shall be j under auspices of sons of veterans. Last Friday was the a longest a Large Sale of boots and shoes at Cost at John Eckerty a. The damage by the recent floods to the Pennsylvania company a lines amount to $ 1,500,000. The Dennison paragraph wants to know Why the numerous a gambling Hells in that Burg Are allowed to exist. Those wanting horses mules wagons and farming implements enquire of if. Billett at the steam flour Mill near c. Amp p. Depot. 23tf the Cadiz Sentinel says a a 33j cents is being freely paid for Wool in their Market and that 100,000 pounds have already changed c. R. Crawford has opened a new boarding House on West High Street in the property formerly owned by Worth Mathias. Board by Day or work. 24\v5 be sure and see the balloon ascension in new Philadelphia on the a a glorious fourth a then wait until evening and witness such a grand display of fire works As were never seen in this neighbourhood before. An elegant plate Glass front has been put in Dodd amp cons store in the Hummel Block. Let the Good work go on and before Long new Philadelphia can boast of As Fine a lot of bulk windows As any town in the county. The census year began june 1st, 1ss9 and will end May 31st, 1890. If Farmers throughout the country would note tins fact and keep an account of their farm products and live Stock it would be of material Aid in securing reliable returns for the eleventh census. This year the fourth of july will be celebrate d in new Philadelphia in such a manner that will make a old timers think of times gone by when the Day was the greatest one in All the year. Those having the matter in charge Are a hustlers a and we Hope our citizens will give All possible encouragement. Messes. Al. Senhauser John Burri and Charles Snyder of this City have engaged with the kit Carson troupe As musicians the coming summer and left last week to join the company. Or. Julius Dittmar assisted in the a a makeup fora few Days returning Home last saturday. That our a a boys will have a Jolly summer in their tour Aroul the states we have not the least doubt. They Are a a made that the weeks doings. On the 20th inst. A vote was taken to i repeal the amendment of 2 so. It re j or. Asher Mosher died at his Orcsi quires a two thirds vote of the total i Donee on North fourth Street last vote to carry or annul an amendment thirs Fiat in the 08th year of his age. To the Constitution. The vote to annul i or. Mosher some three or four years the amendment on the 20th inst., carried by 5,500 More than the two thirds required. Such a prohibition amendment As the above could not be expected to give satisfaction. It is no wonder the people wanted a change. It is Only a License to fraud and perjury. Nothing Short of total prohibition will Ever solve the problem. Every distil Lery in the state would be manufacturing for scientific or mechanical purposes and the Sale would ostensibly be for the same purpose. The condition of the miners at braid Wood and Streator Illinois is becoming very distressing. There is not less than 3000 women and children in absolute want of food. Many families Are without a morsel of food. Some Are living on potatoes and lettuce. There Are about 5000 people in these two towns who Are wholly dependent on these mines for a livelihood and the mines Are now Idle. The operators claim a dullness in the Market for their Coal shut off part of their labourers and made an Eifort to reduce the wages of the remainder ton per cent., causing them to strike. Now if what tie operators claim is True that tie Market is Dull and that they cannot find Sale for then output lion we would enquire what caused this depressed condition of things ? the miners were battered with ago received an injury from a fall from which he never recovered and which ultimately caused his death. He was buried in new Philadelphia cemetery last Friday. His family have the sympathy of our citizens with whom he has been associated for Many years. A a where of 1 where Are All the circuses a the Small boy asks. June about gone and no circus or any Prospect of one. We would like to whisper in the ear of some show manager that there is not a better show town in the state than new Philadelphia and that he would receive a general patronage. Not that ire care anything about shows but feel interested in the pleasure of other put Opelc there is nothing mean about us but do think a double column circus a a add would look Well in the payer and would please the people too. Coshocton democratic Standard a Rev Ery person will agree in declaring that banana peelings Are a proverbial nuisance. We Are willing to sign a petition praying the Council to enact an ordinance that will enable the marshal to arrest or shoot at sight whichever he can do quickest any Man woman or fool who indulges in this tropical fruit and throws the peeling along the Shako Pard 1 us too although we the promises that if they voted Lor a pro j actually saw one person the other eve ving out of a crowd of about ten thou Section and Harrison that they would receive better wages than they were receiving during Cleveland a administration Anil there is no doubt that Many voted the Protection a Hdean on the strength of these promises. Sand throw the peeling out into a the Street 1 an Exchange thus tersely remarks a a wanted in most every town in the v he did not the change of and minis j county an editor who can read write traction bring about a better car Ulit a of things we say the country was in a prosperous condition while in the hands of the democracy Ai d we further say that the present condition of and argue polities and at the same time be religions funny scientific and historic at will write to please everybody and offend none know Ever body without asking or being told who they Are t any Perm o ways have something Good to say about everybody whether Thev have Trade is far worse than during the last four year let any honest Man Rise up and say or up their subscription or not Al he tier these a Ami blocks that compose i he. Have something Good to say about the working machinery of the a a a. O. F. J everybody else and t heir business if and announce its policy have kept j Uliey done to take tie paper or advertise their promises. J hey Are like the Ani j living on wind and make More Money Mal called toe ferret alter they Nave j than enemies. For such a i Man a Good their game a no leu they quietly devote j opening will be made in the grave their time to sucking the blood of their j victims. This fall your cars Are to be j tickled with the same declarations in Republican platforms and Many false resolutions of Praise of the a Harrison and Protection administration. The trusts Are protected and Are flourishing. Yes we see before us a Republican paper the Columbus dispatch which has at the head of its Stock Market column of monday the head line activity in trusts especially in yes the trusts Are actually flourishing and the a a a. O. is claiming Praise for it. But at whose expense is this the consumer can answer when he pays for the sugar. The monopolists and trusts Are in a High clovers now for they Are e it. Done to forget that you will be asked to blow your Horn for their Protection this fall. A woman s discovery. A another wonderful discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this county. Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for even years she withstood its severest tests but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent. For three months Fine Job printing done a on Dover will get the crowd on the 4th, to see the races. The races at canal Dover Fairgrounds will be very attractive july 4th. Done to fail to see the races at Dover on the 4th of july. Some of the Best horses in the state will be there. To save moving my Stock of boots and shoes i will sell the same at Cost until july 1st, 1s89. John Eckert. Two Good office rooms for rent in the Chapin Block Over Senhauser a store. Call at times office. 27tf or. Stinebaugh a residence on East front St., has just received a Beautiful coat of paint which adds much to its Beauty. _ Twenty five thousand people Are being fed by the state of Pennsylvania at Johnstown and other devastated towns in that Vicinity. On july 3d and 4th, the c. Amp m. Ray will sell excursion tickets to All Points on their line at one fare for the round trip Good to return until july 5th. Monday and tuesday of this week were the last Days in which to pay taxes and As a consequence our streets presented a very Busy appearance. By Adam g. Regula Justice of the peace at his residence in Jefferson township or. Jesse Markley to miss Katie Schafer both of Jefferson township Tuscarawas county Ohio. Or. Kieswetter of Baltic has thirty live persons taking treatment for Catarrh by him and All Are doing Well. The doctor offers �100 Reward for any Case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by him. J. A. Shull of Phillipsburg is adding a Story to his dancing Hall formerly a skating rink. This will be the Headquarters of the k. Of p. Lodge. We Are told that John Glitz sr., will be the Supe r n tend ant. For Sale or Exchange a business room and Stock of general merchandise in a Good business town of 600 inhabitants in a Rich Community in Tuscarawas county. Stock will invoice 83,000. Inform Ati u can be had at the times office. _ of having concluded to improve my store room by lowering the floor and making other necessary changes i am compelled to reduce my present Large Stock of boots and shoes. I now offer my entire Stock at Cost Price until july 1st, 1889. John Eckert. The a unreal Pointer of last week says a the Edwin southers kit Carson company pulled out from Mineral Point monday morning. Or. A. J. Senhauser a orchestra from new Philadelphia is with the troupe which is a guarantee of first class music throughout the the weeks doings. Born to or. And mrs. John b. Read a 11-Pound son. All right Johnnie a a the word is Well personal mention. A a god forgive me a a or. De. King was in town on sunday. Miss Ada wort of Massillon is visiting miss Lydia Downey. Do your local advertising in the times. Circulation 56 quires one half larger than any other democratic paper in the county. _ any person in need of a first class typewriter should not fail to write to j. W. Kolli Stone Creek o., for catalogue and Sample of writing of the world typewriter. For Sale a Good second hand Phaeton i Loup make practically As Good As new and Cost $150. Will sell Low want to buy a two seat Rig is the reason for Selling. Inquire at the times office. 3t the Man who imported the first lot of English sparrows died last week. There will be widespread regret that he did not take All the English sparrows to the other world with him and that he did not go much sooner than he did. J. A. Buchanan has so far recovered from his severe illness that he was Able to take a trip to Gurnsey county on saturday last where he will remain for a Short time visiting relatives near fair View. Or. Buchanan stood the trip bravely and is feeling much improved by the change. The names of the parties receiving their machines in the Domestic club have been omitted for some time. Thirty six of the fifty have received their goods and All Are Well pleased and some nearly tickled to death. The fourth of july will decide who gets the music Box. J. C. Joss. Every daily miss to. Holloway of Canton is the guest of miss Nano Boothe. Col. O. P. Taylor took in the masonic meeting at Caldwell on the 24th. Suffering from those distressing female complaints weakness Etc., so common to her sex should Send her address and receive full particulars of a Rev treatment for such troubles. Sent free. . Of. Ii. Armstrong 3033 Cambridge St., phila., a. 51 y 1 fourth of july exc unions i a liars. Via Sylva or. Addison Marsh who has been employ d in this office for some time past left for Uhrichsville last monday morning to accept a position in the chronicle office. A a add is a first class Typo and As an All around newspaper Man has few equals in this Section. A be wish him Success in Liis new a a _ dentistry. Mitchells dental rooms Over Raiff amp Fribley a hardware store new Philadelphia is the place to get first class dental work. Jold filling made a specially and strict attention Given to the preservation of the natural Teeth. Artificial Teeth made to perfectly resemble the natural when in the Mouth. Being permanently located Here we warrant All work to give entire satisfaction. Prices extremely Low forced to leave Home. Excursion tickets will be sold at one fare for the round trip on july 3d and 4th, Good to return until july 5th, Between ail stations on 1 lie Pennsylvania lines West of Pittsburgh. No excursion tickets will to sold to adults at less rate than Twenty five cents nor to children at less rate than fifteen cents. For further information apply to the nearest passenger or ticket agent. 26w2 a Coo 1 Chance. She cough sleep. Sis Kings be and was so Muc d incessant bought of discovery ild not of or. Or it dose that she so with c cured. Be both Iler ramely and co As a bottle h r consumption iced on Viking get All night and n miraculously is. Luther v amp co., of Over 60 people were forced to leave their Homes yesterday to Call for a free trial package of lanes family Medicine. Ifju our blood is bad your liver and kidneys out of order if you Are constipated and have headache and an unsightly complexion done to fail to Call on any druggist to Day for a free Sample of tins grand remedy. The ladies Praise it. Everyone likes it. Large size packages 50 cents. Til nov. The following from an Exchange contains a wholesome truth in every line a never a line in a newspaper cysts something. It it is for the Benefit an individual firm it should be paid for. If a grocer was asked to donate groceries to persons abundantly Able to pay for them he would refuse. The proprietor of a newspaper must pay for the free advertising if the beneficiary does not and yet it is one of the hardiest things to be Learned by Many Peop that a newspaper has space in its column to rent and must rent it to live. To give away or rent for anything less than living rates would be As certainly fatal As for a landlord to furnish House the Board of education of the new Philadelphia schools have employed the following corps of lady teachers for the next school year miss Elizabeth. Skinner High school. Miss Anna Fackler Marion Patrick Josie link Cora Ash Atigh Sadie Stoody Anna Nickles Anna Goodwin Bertha Emerson Ruth Huffman Catharine Miskim ens Ella Dodd Minnie Porter and or. A. Con Well positions not assigned. Miss Skinner has been promoted from i the Junior to the senior High school department for having successfully j taught in our schools quite a number lower for Sale a splendid Stock of merchandise located in a town of about 1200 inhabitants with Good Railroad facilities. Stock is practically new and will invoice $4,500. The party has a splendid Trade. Ill health the reason for Selling. This is decidedly a Good Chance for any one to engage in the mercantile business. Terms part Cash and part on time secured no Trade. For information address the times office. 27 of standing on the Southwest Corner of the Public Square sunday afternoon we noticed four men near tie court House gesticulating and beating the air with their fists so rapidly that we thought we would surely have a sensational local to record that one or More of the party was terribly beaten disembowel a or shot. Advancing As near As possible to ascertain what was the matter we discovered that they were All deaf mutes and were having a splendid time if facial expressions denote anything. Open confession is Good for the soul and this from the Dayton journal is transparent enough to be considered open the Republican state convention will not be Wise unless it considers besides other qualifications fora candidate for governor the ability and character to command the ways and Means to run a successful Campaign. Plainly speaking major Bickham Veteran Republican political that he is recognizes that his party cannot carry Ohio without plenty of Money. Somehow a the intelligence and morality of this Commonwealth needs to be paid to go to the polls and vote. The verdict unanimous. W b suit druggist Bippus ind., testifies a a i can recommend electric bitters As the very Best remedy. Every bottle sold has Given Relief in every Case. One Man took a bottles and was cured of rheumatism of ten years Abraham Hare druggist Cliville Ohio affirms a the Best Selling Medicine i have Ever handled in 20 years experience is electric thousands of others have added their testimony so that the verdict is unanimous that electric bitter do cure All diseases of the , kidneys or blood. Only half Dollar a bottle at f c Jiller amp songs drug store. The piano used at commencement on Friday evening last an Everett instead. Of a Decker As was printed on the program we Are . We think the following letter will explain to the entire satisfaction of All Why the a a Decker did not appear at the commencement a was was printed on inc new York june 17, 1889. E. R. Lao Siead Ltd co., new Philadelphia Ohio gentlemen we Are in receipt of your favor of 1-Ilh inst. And regret exceedingly that you have not As yet received the piano. We followed your instructions to ship via Star Union line and at the time we shipped piano we had no Conception of the extent of the disaster in penr.a., and did not suppose hut piano would go through All right. On the return of our drayman we noticed the receipt having written on it a subject to delay a but still believe we mrs. Bessie Cox of Kokomo Indiana is the guest of mrs. Mary Judy this City. _ editor p. H. Read and wife returned from their visit to Scio last saturday evening. _ or. J. M. Smith and wife leave to Day for a visit to his folks in Harrison county. Miss Anna Nickels one of our new Philadelphia teachers has gone to Ada College. _ miss Marguerite Rownd of Urbana is in new Philadelphia the guest of miss Nano Boothe. Or. Charles Schantz of Westchester spent last Sabbath in this City the guest of j. C. Donahay. Self destruction by an Ohio Sterling Kansas. Lady at or. Milton Yost of near Bridgeport is visiting his Cousin mrs. Ii. K. Mitchell of this place. Or. G. E. Spring of Madison county Ohio is visiting at his parents in Oid town Valley. Two Brothers of Rev. Simon who has been attending Ritenburg College Are visiting in our Cit v. Or. Nelson Joy of Sli Elben. Massa Sach setts is visiting at the residence of his brother in Law or. John w. King West High Street. Miss Mamie Criswell gave a very delightful Tea to a few of her Young friends wednesday. Or. Mrs. Will. Kerr of Mineral Point were the guests of or. And mrs. J. W. Stoody West High Street. Or. T. Lau Gilead of the pan handle Ray is visiting his Cousin miss Kate Laue head West High Street. Or. C. Clark of Leesville Carroll county spent a few Days with the times family the past week. Rev. Or. L. M. Kuhns and wife of Canton Are in the City the guests of or. And mrs. Daniel Minnich. Mrs. Rownd of Urbana and her Mother mrs. Gorely of Uhrichsville were in our City thursday. Or. And mrs. Ben. Scott entertained a number of their friends at their Home on East Avenue Friday evening. Mrs. M. Myers and her daughter mrs. Enact of canal Dover were guests of or. And mrs. Samuel Moore last week. Miss Johnson who has been visiting her Friend miss Kate Welty returned to Uhrichsville monday evening. Mrs. Domer attended the Scio commencement and returned saturday accompanied by her daughter miss Mamie. Or. Gus. Jones and wife of Cleveland Are visiting his Mother, Jones and meeting a Large Circle of friends in this City. Or. Grant Mitchell of Canton was visiting his parents or. And mrs. H. K. Mitchell and Many friends in this place last sunday. _ messes. E. Souers and j. W. Stoody this place went to Mineral Point last Friday to attend the funeral of mrs. C. A. Diebold. Sterling kan., june 22. A horrible Case of child murder and suicide occurred Here at an Early hour this morning or late last night. Or. O. B. Beckman went to Hutchinson yesterday on business and returning late in the evening he retired without disturbing his wife whom he supposed had retired and who on former occasions asked him not to disturb her when he came Home late. Or. Beckman is not a sound Sleeper but this morning he overslept himself and going to his wife a room he tried to open the door for the purpose of calling her but found it locked he called her by name several times but receiving no answer he broke open the door. The first sight that met his gaze was his Little two year old daughter lying across the foot of the bed cold in death and his wife lying on the floor in the agonies of death with a frightful wound in her right Temple and a 32-caliber revolver lying beside her. Medical Aid was summoned but the victim was beyond medical skill and breathed her last about twelve of clock. In the Case of the child the coroners jury found that it came to its death at the hands of its Mother either by Poison or smothering. In the Case of the Mother it found that she came to her death by a pistol shot fired with her own hand and that she was at the time Labouring under a fit of temporary insanity. She left the following letter my dear ii Brand these arc the last lines i will Ever write to you. May god in heaven forgive me for what i am about to do for life has become intolerable to me on account of ill health. 1 have not seen a Well Day since Bessie was born and i can no longer Bear with the Burden of life. Let those live who enjoy life and feel that life is a Blessing and Worth living for. I thank you for your invariable kindness to me and May heavens choicest blessings rest on you i can to Bear to leave Little Bessie without the care of a Mother so i will take her with me. Be Good to Anna and try to find her a Good Home. Lovingly Alice Beckman. A postscript says a give All my clothes to the poor and needy. A the bodies were shipped to canal Dover Ohio for interment where the parents of the unfortunate woman reside. Real estate Transf Kiis. Funeral halted on its Way to the cemetery at Dundee. Compiled in the office of the recorder of deeds or. And mrs. De. Arnold and miss Wales of Massillon were the guests of or. And mrs. Of Donnell. E. Fat. Westhafer of Rush township democratic candidate for commissioner gave the times folic Ltd a pleasant Call on monday or. And mrs. John Allen accompanied by their daughter mrs. Bed path of Boston Are visiting or. And mrs. Getzman in Carrolton. Mrs. A. Fredericks and mrs. F. Blaster and Little children of w Nesburg Are visiting their Cousin or. J. C. Joss and family West High Street. Our old Friend or. John Pugh of Harrison county and William Carrothers of Uhrichsville gave the times office a pleasant Call on tuesday. Miss Emma Hearn of Cadiz who has been visiting friends in this City returned to her Home aces no anted by her Friend miss Emma Welty. James Watkins executor to Richard Watkins land Goshen township,$7,67o. Elias Johnson it Al to Jsam a c. Auld it 23, Uhrichsville $40. Same to same lots 3, 4, 5, a 12 and 13, Uhrichsville $310. John s. Yoder to c. Eash lot 25, East Shanesville $100. Cornelius Rinehart to Alex. Gonter part of lot 2, Lowville $1,200. Rachel a. Bruner a a to Anna e. Bruner 15 75-100 acres sugar Creek $300. Nicholas Futi Kafern a executor to Caroline Kuchti 32 16-100 acres sugar Creck $1,286.40. Sheriff Bowers to Henry Baab 33 acres Bucks $1,110. Sheriff Bowers to Augustus Baab 116 acres Bucks $5,800. W. B. Thompson to Floretta Graham lot 312, Uhrichsville $200. Joshua Baker to Mary Smiley 194 acres Wayne $1,004. Fred. Horn to Jacob Lorn lot 165, Dover $1,500. Robert Al Patterson to Tobiatha and John Medley 17 91-100 acres Oxford $625.85. James c. Mcbride to Charles s. Patton 3 34-100 acres Dover $475. Samuel Schlup to Cleveland pipe works co., 10 acres Goshen $2,700. Board of education to Joseph Cap Les lot 50, Newport $311. A. B. Johnson to Margaret Wheeler lot 263, Uhrichsville $1,000. To Eph Rinehart to s. J. Rinehart lot 1, Lowville $300. A. J. Trader it Al to e. C. Lingan lots 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, Dennison $1,200. Kij production a get fowl. The Village of Dundee this county is greatly excited Over the mysterious death of Susan Lantzer daughter of a prosperous Farmer named Christian Lantzer of that place. The particulars Are As follows miss Lantzer had been living with a family by the name of Mahan in the Vicinity of Dundee. She went Homo complaining of feeling sick and said she was going away for a visit. She left on the 11th of this month and nothing More was heard from her until saturday when her parents received a Telegram from the Huron Street Hospital of Cleveland that the girl was dying and an hour later that she was dead. They were ordered to Forward body to Dundee. The Corpse arrived saturday night was neatly dressed and was in a neat casket. Coroner Downey was notified and upon arriving at the Lantzer farm House on monday found the funeral of the girl in Progress. He ordered a halt in the ceremonies and proceeded to hold an inquest. The result of the investigation proved that the girl had been the victim of an abortionist the body bearing unmistakable evidence of the fact. No physicians certificate accompanied the body and All expenses and express charges had been prepaid. Who caused the horrible murder of the Young girl is a profound mystery. Suspicion Points strongly to a certain party in the Vicinity of Dundee who it is supposed was too intimate with the girl and who procured some one in Cleveland to perform the operation and had her sent to the Hospital where death unexpectedly followed. The parents Are much grieved Over the death of their child. An investigation will be made and the guilty brought to Justice. Mansfield revs a mrs. Louis Miller relict of a Farmer who resided near Miflin has a ghastly relic which reminds her of her husbands death. About a month ago the lamented Miller got up from his bed went to the barn and suspended himself from a Rafter with a common clothes line. When the body was Cut Down mrs. Miller took the rope and has kept it Ever since with the care bestowed upon a valued heirloom. The rope has a regular Hangman a noose and shows with what care Miller prepared for his departure from this world. Mrs. Miller has been keeping it in a Bureau drawer and whenever the subject of her husbands melancholy end is brought up she brings Forth the noose. She exhibits a great willingness to show it to ten thousand Lut. Miss Bertie Schweitzer of Walnut 111., after a delightful visit of ten weeks with her Cousin miss Mary Schweitzer and other relatives near town returned to her Home last monday. The Many friends of if. B. Mitchell who was lying sick at Little Rock ark., will be pleased to 1 irn that lie has recovered sufficiently to be Able to resume his duties a a on tin Road. A according to a late paper by or. P. A. Simonds f. L. S., the Standard yield and weight of eggs for the different varieties of Domestic fowl Are approximately As Given below Light brahmas and Patridge Cochins 7 to the Pound they Lay 80 to 100 per year or even More according to treatment and keeping. Dark brahmas 8 to the Pound and about 70 per year. Black White and Buff Cochins $ to the Pound 100 or less per year. Hontans 8 to the Pound 150 per year. La Flicht 7 to the Pound 130 per year. Black Spanish 7 to the Pound 150 per year. Dominique 9 to the Pound 130 per year. Crevecoeur 7 to the Pound 150 per annul. Leghorn 9 to the Pound 150 to 200 per year. In Amburgo to the Johnstown june 22.�?All the local physicians met accidentally at the Bedford Street Hospital last night. They represented All parts of the stricken City and after discussing the calamity All joined in the conclusion that not less than 10,000 people were lost in the flood. On account of the general knowledge of the people possessed by the physicians the estimate is looked upon As reliable. John Wise of Fairfield township comes to the front claiming to have the largest sheep in the county. It weighed after being shorn 193 pounds weight of a Lecce 9 pounds making a total weight of 202 pounds before it was shorn. 11 eighth of sheep 2 feet 7 inches length 5 feet 2 inches. It is Leicester Stock. Sturmer Stemple a son of or. Daniel Stemple had the Job of shearing this Tine fellow. Who can beat this ? _ the homing pigeons which wore started from Here last sunday morning at 9 30 of clock for Buffalo new York arrived there in the evening at 4 30 of clock making the distance in seven hours losing the Wager of $100.00, by two hours. The Birds encountered a storm on their Way which no doubt impeded their flight. Their average Speed was 41 Miles and a fraction per hour. We have Given a. Bippus amp son the Agency in new Philadelphia for our Barley malt whisky. Distilled from malt Barley it is Rich and nutritious and free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. Ii. Go Wiase a co distillers Louisville by. 27w l Olarriaga riot him s granted. Pound 175 per year. Miss Bessie Hoover entertained misses to. Holloway Marguerite ii own and Nano Boothe at her Home on South Broadway monday and tues. Y. M a thus write w. C. Ila ii Shelby n. A get a free trial bottle at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. Of years. Orn mincing in grades in our schools she has advanced j de piano would reach you in til j step by step until she now occupies the Are sorry t i a t i highest position in our schools. We j congratulate her upon her Weil deserved promotion and know that the same i ability Industry and High order of j teaching that have characterize her j former efforts will be More than maintained in her new position. Happened and hardly think you should take us to task As you have in your letter. We invariably try to do the Best we know How to please our agents and Hope you will Reu under your criticism of our action in this matter. We remain very a esp a Decker a son. Albert Joss of Indianapolis Rived on wednesday of this will go on the Road for his or Joss Selling finances organs a ing machines. Ind., a reek and Cle j. C. And saw polish 9 to the Pound 150 per annul. Bantams 16 to the Pound co per year. Turkeys 5 to the Pound 30 to co per year. Ducks 5 to 6 to the Pound 11 to 28 per year. Geese 1 to the Pound 20 per year. Guines 11 to tiie Pound 60 per year. The eggs of modern improved Breed of fowls have gained one third in weight As compared with eggs formerly k8�?bbwnm mme to the army worm Jum Plant douse. Bloomington iii., june 21. A great Deal of alarm is expressed by the Farmers about the attack of the a worm upon the grass and other hereabouts. It has been found my crops miss Ella Johnson Uhrichsville was visiting her Many Friend. In this place the guest of miss Kate Welty the fore part of this week. Miss Johnson will a Cave for her future Home in Washington Indiana in a few weeks. Within the last few Days working the Oats wheat and Meadows. To Miller Park in this City the army worm has completely stripped acres of grass. In Oldtown township this county the new insect pest the Plant Louse which is devastating Eastern Illinois and Indiana has been discovered actively at work in the Oats and wheat. 8. Milliken to Ida m. Hamilton. Andr w Murphy to Euzabeth Logan. J. W. Bower to Margaret a. Johnson. Ii. Meldy to Arah Bell Peoples. Jesse Markley to Catharine Shaffer. The Dover base Ball club contested with the new Philadelphia club on the grounds of the latter saturday. The game was a very Ordinary one As the score will show Dover 33, new Philadelphia 18. It was about the Laziest game that we Ever witnessed. A Gypsy woman Laid her curse on an Indian Farmer who refused her a nights lodging and within two weeks an Uncle of his died and left him $35,000 in hard Cash. Lie says head like some More of the Hoodoo business. The y. M. C. A. Will hold a meeting on sunday afternoon next at half past three in the Chapel of the presbyterian Church. They will be addressed by Rev. E. W. Simons of the lutheran Church. _ the times has a larger circulation than any other democratic paper in the county hence its advantage As an advertising medium is apparent. Mrs. A. Fredrich and mrs. E. Blase r of Winesburg Are listing at the res i Tidence of Jno. C. Joss. Little Mildred Douthit entertained a number of her Little friends at her Home on tuesday evening. To to a pair of spectacles in a Metal Case. The finder will Confer a favor by leaving them at this office. _ i a. i _ y a. N -.-.-dlm.

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