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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - March 6, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia time published a Yurt thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing a very description done Short notice. Tour favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. Space. On Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 1 mo.3 . 1 y r. 5 1 00 2 00 3 00 5 00 8 00 $ 2 00 a 3 00 5 001 7 50 7 50 12 50 12 50 22 50 22 501 40 00 $ 5 00 15 00 22 50 40 00 75 m business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday March 6, 1890. Number 10. New Philadelphia times. The past and future. Cleveland and Marietta rail Way. In effect june 16, 1889. Going North. Stations. Going South. No.4 no. 2 no. 1 no. 3. 1040am 200 am la Parks by. 1100 100 1140 250 Marietta. 1000 1201 1212 652 Cay Wood. 931 644am 321s 058 Stanley. 925 6i 18 1233 714 Whipple. 919 623 1243 725 Warner. Goo 613 1257 740 Elba. 846 559 104 747 Macksburg. 839 552 111 v54 Dexter City. 832 515 115 759 South Olive. 828 540 121 805 Dudley. 822 533 130 815 Caldwell. 815 526 140 825 Belle Valley. 802 516 149 824 Ava. 752 506 155 840 Glenwood. 746 500 201 843 it pleasant. 740 454 213 853 Byersville. 726 441 232 913 Cambridge. 709 425 233 924 Oldham a. 659 415 2 5 931 Millers. 652 408 Orr. 941 Kimbolton. 642 353 300 dig Guernsey. 637 3o3 307 9.53 Post boy. 6 30 346 217 10c3 no motown. 620 337 3 21 1010 Wolf a. 711 327 339 11.23 Philipsburg. 600 315 344 1029 Blackband. 555 309 350 1035 Turners. 550 303 4 0 1045 canal Dover. 549 253 422 1107 a Val june. 230 1055 pm �30pv Toledo. 745 pm 945 1219 Canton. To a. I 128 1015 110 Akron. 230 225 Cleveland. 1115 103 Buffalo. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday March 6, 1800. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 3�?othe new Philadelphia times will be pub sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.�1.00 if not paid within three m0�?T3 1.50 �3remlttanees should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A a address All matter intended for publication to the times. It is about time to Call a caucus for township and corporation nominations. Through coaches trains nos. 2 and 3. Be tween Marie to. Canton Akron Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with c w a b a c amp a and Ohio liver packets at Cambridge with b a 0, East and West at Newcomerstown with p. C a St l East and West at Dover with claw and c and a North and East at Valley Junction with w a l e and Valley Ray. W k Richards Gene a pass age to a. T. Wikoff Gen manager. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. R. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect May 12, 18s9. Going East. Stations. express local. Leave new Philadelphia 6 25 . 2 00 . 1 00 . Canal Dover. 6 45 a a 210 a a 1 30 a a Zoar. 7 15 2 25 a a 2 00 Mineral Point. 7 it a a 2 31 a a 2 31 a a Magnolia. 8 00 a a 2 46 a a 2 59 a a Waynesburg. 8 10 a a 2 51 a a 3 07 a a Malvern. 8 35 a a 3 1 a a 3 25 a a Oneida. 8 45 a a 3 06 a a 3 32 Minerva. 9 00 a a 3 15 a a 3 45 a a arrive Bayard. 9 20 a a 3 25 a a 3 55 a a Alliance. 05 4 25 a a Cleveland. 12 50 . L215 a a 6 35 a a Wellsville. 4 50 Bellaire. 4 50 a a 8 5 a a Pittsburgh. A a 7 00 going West. Stations. Mail. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. G 10 . 12 45 . Bellaire. 4 40 10 10 Wellsville. 8 15 2 40 Cleveland. 8 00 1 05 Alliance. 10 25 3 10 Bayard. 10 55 4 15 7 id . Minerva. 11 03 4 25 7 25 Oneida. 11 12 4 36 7 55 Malvern. 11 17 4 -13 8 35 Waynesburg. 11 23 5 00 8 55 Magnolia. 11 33 5 07 9 20 Mineral Point. 11 47 5 27 9 55 Zoar. 11 53 5 35 10 10 canal Dover. 12 10 6 00 10 40 arrive new Philadelphia 12 20 6 15 11 00 we acknowledge the receipt the congressional directory first session fifty first Congress the Courtesy lion. J. W. Owens Newark member from this District. A Uhrichsville Lias concluded to be known As a manufacturing town. They Are soon to have a new fire Brick works Etc. This should prompt our town to be up and doing. We do not want to represent the Tail the dog to be gagged by the . They will soon overtake us in population. Messes. King and Smith have opened up a very Fine grocery and provision store in the Mclean Block Public Square. Or. King formerly kept hotel in canal Dover and . Smith has been a resident this City and for several years has been a travelling Salesman for a grocery House. They Are both Clever business men and we wish them Success. All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for the West connect at Alliance with trains the a great fort was lie route running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates fare Etc., apply to j. F. Miler. Agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. James Mccrea. E. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Pas. Age to Pittsburgh a. Valley railway to effect december 2, 1888. Go Iso South. Stations. Going North. No. 3. No. 7. No. 4. No. 6. 11 15am 4 15pm a Cleveland a 9 24am 2 30pm 1202pm 5 08 Peninsula. 9 03 1 42 12 30 5 37 Akron. 8 55 1 15 1 28 6 33 Canton. 7 55 12 15 2 15 7 25 a Val y Jet la 7 05 1130am business directory. Prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office n the Melane Block. New Philadelphia Ohio. P r. M. Vail ds1ttist. Centre Block. New Philadelphia Ohio Over citizens National Bank. Office 44yl toxin w. Nix in m. 1 physician Ancl surgeon. Office South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Tinker. 5iyl John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public. New Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47yl a mistake occurred in the commissioners report As printed by us which was overlooked in proof Reading and which read n the paper As follows a a w. Pm lash part pay As county Coroner nov. 1889, $70.45,�?� which should have read As follow a a w. E. Lash part pay As county commissioner for 1883, $70.45. Robert Benner same for oct. And nov. 1888, $161.50.�?� a Gilmore correspondent to the Newcomerstown Index says a a the Atlantic Oil company has struck Gas at a depth about 1,222 feet at this place. The town is being lighted with this being the first natural Gas in Tuscarawas county it is said that the company will pipe it to Uhrichsville and new Philadelphia. Will try and give details some other time concerning what will be Rev. John Jones Georgia brother the noted evangelist Sam Jones is attracting Large audiences at the m. E. Church this week. He will preach in the lutheran Church next week. His Plain Blunt style preaching seems somewhat amusing to the congregations that gather to hear him. He strikes at the hypocrites hard and according to his Rule measurement there Are but few the Church members prepared for the heavenly kingdom. We acknowledge the receipt a very valuable Book at the hands the Adams express company through their Ever genial agent . Levi the Book is known As the shippers guide and comprises All Points in the world reached by express. The Adams express company is known All Over the world As a prompt and reliable company and is Weli worthy the great patronage it has. We congratulate them having at new Philadelphia a live and Active agent who renders satisfaction to the people As Well As the company. J h. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House. North Broadway. 47yl g Amuel Moore. Attorney at Law new Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second floor. 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 pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat Saf action Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by f. 0 Miller Sou. 6y2 patents. Ii. A a. P. Lacey procure patents in the it. S., Canada and Europe 20 years experience. Preliminary examinations As to patentability inventions free. No attorney fees in Advance for obtaining it. Patents. Full instructions in patents terms Etc., sent free. Address r. A a. P. Lacey Patent att is. Washington d. C. Feb. 2, �?T8syl dissolution notice. Notice is hereby Given that the co partnership heretofore existing under the name Lieser is Gruber in the general mercantile business is this Day dissolved by Mutual consent. Or. Gruber will continue the business the old firm assuming All responsibilities and to whom All indebtedness must be paid. Fred. Lieser. Daniel Gruber. Philipsburg 0., feb. A 1s?0. 8w4 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. Legal jots be the county executive committee met at new Philadelphia 1 St Friday to Deviso Means for holding conventions. The question secret ballot in conventions will be submitted to the next convention. We think the secret ballot will be an improvement Over the old Way and All democrats should favor it. A great Many Are favourable to the popular vote system because in that Way the voice the people will prevail while with our present system trickery treachery and political bargain and Sale will More less enter into every convention. We Are in favor either the secret ballot popular vote system anything that will make nominations More harmonious. �?otiieunder8igned has been duly appoint red executor the last will and testament Lewis a. Cornet. Late Tuscarawas county Ohio deceased. All persons indebted to the estate Are requested to make immediate payment and those having claims against the same will present them duly authenticated to the undersigned for allowance. George a. Cornet. February Lith 199. 8w3 two Bills introduced in the Senate by . Van Chat have passed both houses and Are now Laws. One amends Section 850 the revised statutes requiring a Complete record the proceedings county commissioners to be kept so As to provide that a a immediately upon the opening each Days session the Board the Complete priced Ings the session the previous Day shall be read by the clerk and approved and signed by the commissioners a and the other amends Section 1080, requiring county treasurers to give Bonds Etc., so As to provide that a said Bonds shall be made a. Part the record the proceedings the commissioners the Day when accepted and approved by said commissioners and entered in full thereon.�?ex. A boy girl who is a regular newspaper Reader will grow up to intelligence and will use Good language both in writing and speaking even with a limited education. It is news science literature grammar history and geography combined. Sometimes it is a Little hard to get the children in to rested in newspapers but after they once get started their intellectual cravings Are As sure As the desire Tor food and it is As necessary to feed their minds As their bodies. The local paper is the first to attract their attention. Incidentally tiny read some local events which came under their becoming regular readers the Home paper they soon Branch out into the a lairs the world and read the general news the Day finally becoming competent to discuss matters Public interest Are intelligent . New Philadelphia the Beautiful Little town live thousand inhabitants situated the level Plain land the Tuscarawas Valley seems now to be verging upon a new life. It was founded Many years ago when the wild aborigines yet inhabited the Valley. The Tuscarawas Valley was a favorite place for the Indian because its Fertility soil As Well As furnishing plenty game. The town budded into life through the efforts several sturdy frontiersmen and grew slowly during the Many years intervening its founding and the present time. The population the town As Well As the Community around Basmad Eurof industrious germans Swiss Pennsylvania dutch English and americans. The lands around the town have years ago been brought to a High state cultivation and As an agricultural Community has not been excelled. This advancement in farming was As much due to the skillful Ness the germans the Community As any other nationality. All classes however seemed rather conservative in regard to the Progress the Beautiful town new Philadelphia. The citizens the town Dit not seem to grasp the situation that when the sister towns launched Forth the Busy sea Progress that it would require a redoubled Diligence the part the new Philadelphia Denizen to keep the town up in the race with other towns. Many much less favored towns have become cities through the push and Enterprise their citizens. New Philadelphia had and has to Day Many things to boast All which Are the essential elements in founding a great City. To Start with the location has no Superior a the unit Ltd states. Beautiful and level Are the lands for Miles around the town requiring no drainage whatever for cellars basements. Building Stone can lie had in abundance within easy hauling distance As Well As by rail the forests around furnish plenty hard lumber while the Ohio canal passes through our town and furnishes cheap transportation for lumber from Cleveland about one Hundred Miles Distant As Well As two lines railway hence we have no drawback m that respect. Now what have we to maintain a growing City first we have a Rich farming country tilled by an industrious people All around us. Second we have thousands and thousands acres the Best Coal extending from within one mile the town each Side the Valley Back Many Miles into the country. The Coal cannot be exhausted for Many centuries to come. The fuel then for manufacturing industries is inexhaustible and As cheap As any Point in the United states. We have Iron Ore in abundance within five to ten Miles the town Many tons which Are mined and shipped to Cleveland and other Points an inexhaustible vein the very Best fire Clay underlies the Hills each Side the Valley from within one mile town to eight and ten Miles in the country Clay for common Brick can lie had in abundance around the town and Community. The Tuscarawas River which courses our Valley and through the town with its tributaries entering Here afford water and water Power in abundance. We have All then that nature can give that is needed for the building a City. The Only thing left then is the gift Man. The first Railroad the town was the c. Amp p. Branch Road running Down from Bayard the Cleveland amp Pittsburgh Road. That for Many Long years served for a shipping outlet in addition to the Ohio canal. Next came the line railway now known As the c. w. Road. This gave the town a new impetus and it grew a Little faster each year thereafter. The railroads were very essential find although we Are yet lacking in Railroad facilities to some extent we have the Means to conduct the shipping business Large manufacturing industries. The fact seeing our sister towns leaving us in the rear in the Way Progress and noticing the Many excellent advantages we possessed As a town for manufacturing our citizens about six years ago broke Down the old time conservative habits and invested $60,000 in aiding the establishing a Large Sheet Iron Mill and Gas and sewer pipe works in the town. This was a Good move the part our people. These Mills Are now in successful operation and give employment directly and indirectly to about five Hundred men. It has Ben fitted the town and the effects have stimulated Ali branches Trade. The Spicer manufacturing company a agricultural works Are now running successfully giving employment to quite a number men. We have two Good planing Mills three it. Excellent flouring Mills a Good foundry and machine shop brewery paper Mill and several other smaller manufacturing establishments. We have one National Bank and two private Banks All which Are Safe and reliable institutions. We have As Good schools As anywhere outside colleges and Normal schools. Being the county seat the Beautiful and imposing court Bouse was erected the Corner the Public Square the streets Are wide and regularly Laid out so that it has no obstacle in the Way building a Beautiful City. We hive a Good system water works both for Domestic use and for tire purposes the water now furnished is clean and pure. The town is illuminated by the electric system lighting and is a grand Success and far Superior to Gas. This is the Way matters stand to Day and while we Are thankful for the advancement made in the last few years we Are not yet satisfied. Our location merits a thriving City and to that end we have started out. We have joined hands with canal Dover about three Miles Distant from the Public Square and jointly have granted a franchise to a Street railway company which will to under construction soon. With the consent and Aid the enterprising citizens canal Dover we expect to unite the two towns in territorial limit before Many years. A if not Why not a the Opportunity is clearly before us and within our Power. The new Philadelphia end this new City sees it and is up and doing. Last week Hon. A. T. Ready Silas merchant and Thomas Himes went to Columbus and had a Bill passed enabling the town after submitting it to a vote the people and if successfully carried to Issue Bonds to the amount $40,000, to Aid manufacturing industries. The Council will act to night and make provision for a vote the question bonding the town will be submitted to the people at the regular election in april. Ninety five per cent our people Are now in favor it and we know it will carry. Why because the people see that All new Comers to our town and All increase property within the town help to pay the taxes As the Bonds mature and the manufacturing industries aided by the town come in to help pay All our taxes and not the Bonds alone. It will not Burden us. Suppose the town increases Only two thousand in population in the next five years and increase the tax duplicate proportionately then the increase would pay about two sevenths All our taxes. Let every citizen study this matter carefully and see if it is not to his interest to vote for the project. Now what do we propose to do with the Money. Propositions have already been made to our people. One especially worthy the careful consideration at the hands our people is from the Reeves Brothers canal Dover. These gentlemen As our people All know Are very successful and careful Iron manufacturers. They own the Mills at Dover and a controlling interest in the new Philadelphia Mill also the boiler works at Niles. Their proposition is in substance this if new Philadelphia will give them local Aid to the amount $30,000, they will erect a Large steel Mill Here that will give employment to about 250 men including teamsters amp a. Pc believe that they Are the parties we should favor for we know they Are successful business men. Some Good parties will get the Aid at least. Suppose now we give them some other parties $30,000 for an Iron steel Mill we then have $10,000 left. It has been suggested that part that be Given a fruit Canning establishment which will afford employment to Many women children and men and not Only that but afford a Good Market for the Farmers around the town. When we Aid the Farmers with a Good Market we build up our town and Leip ourselves. The Farmer can bring his tomatoes Ber Ric a apples pears peaches plums pumpkin sweat Corn and anything that is converted into canned goods and find a Home Market for it. Another suggestion is that we throw some Aid to a fire Clay Brick and tile works. This is a very Good Branch manufacturing. What we want is a diversity interest. Property has advanced rapidly in the last sixty Days Here and More real estate has changed hands m that time than Ever before in the same time in the history the town. Let every citizen put his shoulder to the wheel and keep the business rolling. Lay aside politics in corporation matters and strike for the interests the town. In a year from now you will wonder at our pro Cress. The weeks doings. The times Only one Dollar a year. The grocery business will be carried at the old stand by the family . Jacob Miller. Rev. John Burke will preach in the Baptist Church this City sunday morning and evening. Every citizen in new Philadelphia would take the times regardless politics. It stands by the people and is Only one Dollar a year. They soy g. J. Markley Mineral Point Ohio Sells More goods and at lower prices than any merchant in the county. Quot our patronage solicited. 10w2 death claims a Good citizen. John Burry esq., was appointed school director new Philadelphia schools to fill vacancy occasioned by the death Jacob Miller. Our Little City was shocked Friday morning last to learn the death one our esteemed citizens . Jacob Miller. About two weeks ago he had an attack the Grippe and had recovered so As to be out Washington a Day at the Flag presentation. The Day was raw and Chilley and he took cold terminating in pneumonia. He gradually grew worse despite the efforts attending physicians. Or. Lewis Dover was also called and lie too said it was a doubtful Case. On Friday morning he died calmly and peacefully. Thus the life one our Best citizens passed away. Or. Miller was always Active in the interests the town favourable to All legitimate enterprises always in favor Law and order having served the City Council several years. He was always interested in the schools and was for Many years a member the school Board. As a business Man he was he was born at Birkenfield Germany nov. 18th, 1831, came to America in 1854 returned to the old country in 1855, being shipwrecked the Way and brought his Mother and sister with him and located a farm Stone Creek Jefferson township. After the death his Mother in 1859, he came to new Philadelphia and engaged in the grocery business and continued in that business until his death. In 18 53 lie served in the army four five months As a member 102d regiment lome guards. He leaves a wife son and daughter and a brother . John Miller in Oleate Henry county o., and a sister mrs. Carrie Cordery Grafton. Ilis remain were interred sunday accompanied by a Large concourse sympathising friends. The Atlantic Pacific railway Tunnel the great project a a Brick a Pomeroy is really being Cut through the main Range the Rocky mountains sixty Miles due West from Denver. It will shorten railway distance 250 Miles Between Denver and Salt bake More than 4,600 persons Are now financially interested in the Enterprise. The Tunnel will be five Miles Long and 4,400 feet below the top Gray speak. The company enters the year 1890 entirely free from floating debt All its Bills paid and work going ahead Day and night in both ends the Tunnel. By the use modern machinery from six to ten feet headway is gained every Day. More than 250 veins Gold and Silver will be crossed by the Tunnel and its Mineral rights alone will be Worth millions. At the late election Pomeroy was elected president and Given the entire management for ten years. The company has Money sufficient to carry its work and is taking rank among the great enterprises the country. To those who care to know it a Large descriptive illustrated pamphlet will be sent free. Address Mark m. Pomeroy president 234 Broadway new York City. The times has the largest circulation any paper published in the town and contains All the news. Take it and keep posted in the progressive movements the town. Never Trust teams to stand untied the Street. A four horse team ran away tuesday with about sixty bushels Coal in the Wagon. They were captured about three blocks away without serious damage. The fire alarm in monday brought the fire company promptly to the residence Charles Miller Ray Street where fire was fast spreading Over the roof his House. It was soon extinguished with Small loss property. There will be a Public and private Sale Fine horses at the livery barn Geo. Vav. Goudy in this City tuesday March 11th, by Swihart amp Goudy. Parties wishing to Purchase should not fail to attend As some very line ones will be off ered. Or. G. Crites will have a Stock Sale his farm North town the 8th Day March at 1 clock p. M. A lot Fine bred Colts from 1 to 3 years old will be sold. Now is your time to buy a Well bred animal either for Road draft. Lie will also sell some Young hogs. For Sale in the town Phillipsburg a Good business House two Story Frame 22x32, with a two Story addition 8x20, m Good location in the town. The lot is Good. Good Point for hardware store other merchandise. Will sell for $700 Cash. For further particulars inquire s. Moore agent new Philadelphia Ohio. 9tf a splendid dwelling property for Sale a lot 66x264 feet. Good dwelling eight rooms two Halls slate and tin roof Good cellar Good out Kitchen barn buggy shed Corn crib Etc., and a splendid variety fruit. Everything for a pleasant Home and one the Best streets in the town. Call s. Moore real estate agent new Philadelphia. 9tf the enumeration for the census will begin the first Day june to be completed in the cities in fifteen Days and in thirty Days in country places. The return a false name their list makes the enumerators liable to a Fine $3,000 and imprisonment for three years. Householders Are subject to the same Law if they refuse to give accurate information. Card thanks. Personal mention. Editor times with your permission we desire to express through the columns the times our sincere thanks for the Many kindnesses and expressions sympathy extended us in our sad bereavement in the loss husband father and brother. Mrs. Jacob Miller i la an d frien is. The commissioners were in session monday tuesday and wednesday holding their monthly session. The following sheep claims were allowed Charles Gooding 9 killed.$31 mrs. Iler Marion o., is visiting her new Philadelphia friends. Miss Annie Waddington is a visiting her friends in Harrison county. Charlie Wallace was up to Canton sunday. Important business. Or. Ambrose Beard Cambridge Sun Dayed with friends in this City. Mrs. William Burton Indianapolis ind., is visiting friends in this City. Or. Oscar Mccoy near Westchester was in this City last week business. Or. F. C. Miller is again Able to visit his drug store after several Days severe illness. Or. Daniel Swaim Westchester was the gue3t clerk Donahey monday last week. Conotton Valley times . John s. Grahan the new Philadelphia bar was in town last Friday Legal business. Miss Flora Williams Cleveland is visiting her parents in this City. Iler Many friends Here Are always pleased to see her. Conotton Valley times . D. Harmon new Philadelphia spent sunday at the Roby Homestead West Market Street. We Are sorry we were not at Home saturday last when . Julian editor the Newcomerstown Index gave our Sanctum a Call. Come again brother j Ulian. Sinclair Elliott Columbus made a Hying visit to this place last thursday evening. He is superintendent Hatcher Brothers Carriage works in that City a very lucrative position. His Many friends Here Are pleased to learn his Success. The Mccullough Brothers and Al Ward Lonny who for several years past have been employed in our rolling Mill As Heaters and rollers gave up their positions Here to accept like positions in the new Mill at Cambridge. They started to Day for Cleveland Niles and Youngstown where they will visit until the Cambridge Mill is completed. We wish the Young men Success. From port Washington. Marriage licenses granted. Edward e. Taylor and Mary j. Kline. John c. Ulrich to Julia m. Kiser. Simon a. Pious and Pheb Schwitzer. William d. Schu and Flora Richardson. Norman b. Holla and Emma a. Anderson. From new Cumberland. Oscar Mccoy 1 killed. A a a a 2 damaged. Killed. Jelson c. Boal 9 damaged. William Linden 2 killed. William Smith 8 killed. Richy wat 2 killed. Resolutions respect. �?�1 9 34 22 12 8� 14 a a How Lovely a our Church choir Sang last sunday night. We. Whittle Newcomerstown was in town this week business. L. Sargent went to Newcomerstown last monday to find a renter for his hotel there. We. Riley e. Fidler and James Berkshire have purchased a a a merry go round a for $2600. It will be taken to Canton and run there. Preparations Are being made to organize a Junior order United american mechanics Here in a few Days. It is to be by state councillor e. E. Hungerford Columbus. Several councils Are expected to be present. Later. W. B. Stevens attorney at Law Uhrichsville was in town monday. U. G. Clemens Uhrichsville a Sun Dayed Over with friends in port. Or. Frank Mulvane Newcomerstown visited last week with the family a. B. Kline. Warren Stofer Akron is at Home for a few clays visit with his parents. Or. Frank Ley left last week for Omaha neb., where he will be engaged with his Uncle in a wholesale hardware House As Book Book keeper and drummer. He was escorted to the depot by our band and about fifty friends. May the Best Success go with him. Tuscarawas Council no. 77, . O. U. . Was instituted Here last saturday night with 31 charter members by state councillor e. E. Hungerford Columbus assisted by members from general Putnam Council no. 20, Dennison Oxford Council no. 75, Newcomerstown and Council no. 65, Coshocton. The following officers were elected and installed . P. . Shaw . Sargent v. . Fidler r. Gross a. R. A j. V. Price financial Secretary j. M. Nargney Geo. A Cornet wardens a. V. Wiand Condo re a. L. Miller i. . Kline Carr trustees a. W. Porcher 1 year Plin Price 2 years f. J. Denith 3 years representative to state Council j. L. Shaw. This is the fourth Council instituted in Tuscarawas county three having been put in since february 15, 1s90. Bro. Hungerford is doing Good work in Ohio having taken in five Hundred members since the 8th january last. This is a grand and Noble order and its patriotic principles Are rapidly carrying it to the front. We Hope to unfurl the american Flag Over our Public schools in this place before a great while. Some our citizens look upon us As does the government the English sparrows. They think we Are driving everybody else away. Some them an about to Send in a Bill to the state legislature asking a compensation per head for killing us off. We Hope they As americans May soon see the error their Way and unite with us in protecting american citizens against the effects foreign labor and pauper immigration. A. P. Ril fool. Our duty As citizens. Essay read by m. L. Kennedy before Rusli Grange february 28th, 1890. Miscellaneous items. When in Mineral Point Friday last we a idea the name . John Tracy proprietor the commercial House to our subscription list. We took supper at his House and can truthfully say his House is Well kept. Or. Tracy sets a first class table and everything is neat and clean. There other thing that the travelling is one Public like _ and that is a genial accommodating landlord and we think . Tracy fills the Bill. The Board education this City at a special meeting called last Friday to take action with reference to the Drain . Jacob Miller a member said Board passed the following resolutions a it having pleased god to remove from our midst . Jacob Miller a member this Board and the Board fully realizing the great loss that it the schools the cause education and this City have sustained by reason his death it is now ordered by the Board that the schools be dismissed until after his funeral shall have taken place that this Board the teachers the schools and the scholars rooms numbers 15, 16, 17 and. 18 attend the funeral in a body and that a copy these resolutions be furnished to the family the the Case John l. Kennedy As administrator Jonathan e. Graham deceased is. Charles e. Holden a suit for the recovery damages under a special statute for the wrongful killing the deceased by an explosion the defendants boiler the 28th Day october 1887, in common Picas court came up tuesday last week and was concluded tuesday the 4th March. The deceased was engaged As a Coal Hauler for . Holden to Supply the engines in his fire Elan Brick works at Mineral Point. The boiler busted while deceased was near by there appeared in the times feb. 20th, a communication in answer to an article which appeared in the Mineral Pointer a few weeks since concerning a Church trouble in the m. E. Church this place and the writer has been made to Bear the blame to a certain degree writing both. This would be rather a Paradox and in vindication myself i desire to inform All parties concerned that i wrote neither the aforesaid articles nor do i know who did. I considered the very principle the first article As it has been my experience that two wrongs never can make one right and surely All such business can be settled better by keeping within the sphere christianity than by publishing broadcast and adding fuel to the fire. If there had appeared nothing there would have been nothing to answer. Now my Humble advice to u 11 would he to drop the matter and As it cannot possibly result in any Good let All parties interested in the matter Bury forever out sight the animosities that Haye Sway and with a spirit Christian Charity As exemplified in the gospel join in the work for the advancement christianity and thereby not allow Good to be evil spoken . It is written that a a a House divided against itself cannot stand a and it semis to me that life is too Short and the momentous question the future too much importance to admit any division in our Church Caval Over things which can be productive no Good. So with kindness toward All let the matter drop and let no journal that is published for the dissemination knowledge be too ready to pitch into such questions As the one above stated and these Little difficulties can be adjusted without so much stir which can Only interest a few. E. B. Reese. Dennison. From Dundee. In passenger train no. 1 West bound Ginger Buchanan had a narrow escape from a terrible Accident last monday morning. As no. 1 was pulling into Bowerston the engine left the rails taking the mail cars and an express car with it and they plunged into the caboose a freight train standing the Side track smashing the caboose and an engine standing in the rear the Ca Boose injuring a brakeman lying in the caboose and John Frazier fireman the freight engine. The Crew and passengers no. 1 escaped without injury. Trains were delayed five hours. The reorganization All the Panhandle lines West Pittsburgh into one organization has created quite a stir in Railroad circles in this Vicinity. Under i the new organization James Mccrea be i comes second vice president t. W. Wood general manager e. B. Taylor Washington a birthday was elaborately celebrated by the new Germany school last saturday evening. The Prog a consisted appropriate recitations orations and songs carefully arranged and Well delivered. The House was beautifully decorated and the instrumental music was furnished by the Barros Mill band and the Messer orchestra. Great credit is certainly due to both teachers and pupils for the manner in which the entertainment was conducted. The House was crowded and that a exercises were highly enjoyed by All except a few who were in the Back part the House which was infested by a gang Young ruffians mostly from this place who expose their ignorance and inhumanity at Public gatherings by annoying those who go there to listen. Their vulgar and boisterous hilarity has been tolerated Long enough and they should be brought to Justice. G. Vongunten paid our town a visit last week. He is looking Well and reports everything Well in Canton. Or. F. Reichenbach jr., who has been engaged in some important business at Tho county seat for several months past manages to spend sunday with his family Imre. During the la t examination in our Public schools the manuscript presented by Albert f. Crise entitled. Him to 100 per cent in All branches i studied. A a Bert a is an Ideal student j and a genuine worker and will in a doubt edly make his Mark some Day. Most those who have been the i sick list Are slowly recuperating and i it a hoped that All will soon be Able to i get around. We noticed our truant officer out official business Titis week. We say that is right there Are quite a number boys in this town who ought to put m their time at school instead the Street and stores. They have no reason to be out school. In most cases parents Are to blame. The new Law compels them to Send their children to school and when the Trunt officer brings them to time we say a a Amend to their action. U. B. Still. Poor humanity. We Are taught m our declaration purposes that it is right for every member our order to do All in his Power legitimately to influence for Good the action any political party to which he belongs. We Are also taught that it is our duty to do All we can in our own party to put Down bribery corruption and Tricker and to see that none but competent faithful and honest men Are selected for All positions Trust. In fact we Are citizens. Citizenship in this country has its duties As Well As its privileges and one the first and most important duties the citizen is to take an interest in the affairs government local state and National and yet How a Adly the average citizen neglects this duty. He is always ready to growl and grumble about wrongs that Are perpetrated by ill advised legislation the selection unsuitable persons for important positions yet he hardly Ever avails himself the opportunities within his reach to Correct the evil he so much laments. Take for instance the Farmer industrious Well to do Mechanic and we will see How he performs his duty As a citizen in this land where the people Are the sovereigns. A Call is issued by the county committee for a caucus to be held in each township and Ward to select delegates to the county convention. The aspirant for office has been around and visited the wire pullers the party and they Are Apt to be loafers political dead beats Bummer so who work for pay and by a judicious distribution a few dollars they have named the delegation while the Farmer is at Homo Busy killing potato bugs hauling in the last Load Hay for fear it will get wet and the Mechanic done to like to lose a half a Day to attend the caucus and thus by a neglect duty their part they leave the control the party machinery in the hands the very worst element the party the very men who Are ready and willing to Soli out the party to the highest bidder. This ought not to be the Case. Our Best citizens should take More interest in political affairs and that citizen who neglects to take any interest in the party caucus convention neglects a duty he owes to the country in which he lives and certainly does not deserve its privileges. We Are too careless even in the selection our local officers and Are Apt to look upon their positions As insignificant. This is a grave mistake As there is not a position from Road supervisor to governor state that does not require honesty and capacity. We have known a Good school to be ruined by the selection an improper person for local director and we have seen a Good Road materially damaged by a poor supervisor. We then cannot be too careful in the selection Public officers and the Good citizen will see to it that none but Good men Are selected. Our Best citizens often excuse themselves from taking any part in politics by saying that a they have become so Low and vile that Only the base dishonest trickster who can Bear the criticism the Public press without a Blush shame can live in Public place and that if they were to attend the caucus convention their would be compelled to associate with the vilest the vile a and there is some truth in their statements and will be until the better element the parties become aroused to a sense duty. Under our present system conducting conventions and elections in Many places in the state the most unworthy person May be nominated and elected to a position Honor and profit and when elected he not Only looks upon his election As an endorsement his Knavish methods but his character As a Man. The work purifying the politics the country and relegating to obscurity the Petty politician and Ward strikers who have so Long held control will require time but we Hail with Delight the action gov. Campbell in advocating the australian ballot system As a step in the right directions a step which will have a tendency to break the Power the men who make politics a Trade by which they live and fatten. The work this class has degraded american politics and some process be acted upon at once. Every citizen is interested a the great work ballot Reform and we Trust the time is not far Distant when better and purer methods May be adopted even in the caucus and convention methods that will make it difficult at least for any but the most worthy to he Seh cited for All positions Trust. The common lot is one sorrow say a at least the pessimists they who look at the worst Side. Certainly what would otherwise be a Bright existence is often shadowed by some ailment that overhangs it like a pail obscuring perpetually the radiance that else would Light the path. Such an ailment and a very common one is nervousness in other words weakness the nervous system a condition Only irremediable where inefficient improper Means Are taken to relieve it. The concurrent experience nervous people who have persistently used Hostetler a stomach bitters is that it conquers entirely us per sensitiveness the nerves As Well As diseases so called which Are invited and sustained by their chronic weakness. As the nerves gain stamina from the great tonic the trouble disappears. Use the bitters for malaria rheumatism billiou8ness and kidney troubles.40-6w4 gov. Campbell declines Railroad passes. Columbus March 2, 1890. Gov. Campbell deserves a Groat Deal credit for refusing in a very courteous manner the Many annual passes offered him by Railroad companies. They Are tendered Many state officials but not often refused. The governors ideas a Public servant Are democratic and show plainly that the people Ohio have made no mistake in the selection a chief executive. The state provides the governor with a contingent fund to pay his expenses when travelling business for the state and when travelling private business the governor does not desire to be under obligations to any dealer. The first step. Perhaps you arc run Down can to eat can to think can to do anything to your satisfaction and you wonder what ails you. You should heed the warning you Are taking the first step into nervous prostration. You need a nerve tonic and in electric bitters you will find the exact remedy for restoring your nervous system to its Normal healthy condition. Surprising results follow the use this great nerve tonic and alterative. Your appetite returns Good digestion is restored and the liver and kidneys resume healthy action. Try a bottle. Price 50c., at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. Drunkenness liquor habit. In All the world there is hut one cure . Jain est Golden a Perijil. 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 a new discovery. You have heard your friends and neighbors talking about it. You May yourself be one the Many who know from personal experience just How Good a thing it is. If you have Ever tried it you Are one its staunch friends because the wonderful thing about it is that when once Given a trial . Kings discovery Ever after holds a place in the House. If you have never used it and should be afflicted with a cough cold any Throat lung Chest trouble secure a bottle at once and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time Money refunded. Trial bottles free at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. From cd a it. Waked up effectually. Killing him. It supt. Transportation. General superintendent Miller retains his old position. It is not known whether there will be any change in the local officers. An improvement is talked that will be t Mutual Benefit to new Philadelphia it Dennison the building a con amp p and Niso Cyrus take the newspaper that works for the interest your town. Was alleged that the boiler was deficient because Long use Sulphur water and was controlled by incompetent in next my track irom the c. Amp p. At Nev. Gingers Ancl firemen. Messes. J. F. Wil j Philadelphia to the pan handle at i ten Kin a. L. Neely and Lenry Bowers attorneys had charge the plaintiffs j Side the Case and John Graham a. W. Patrick e. Souers and j. T. Of Donnell for defendant. Verdict for defendant. A lethargic dormant condition the liver is hardly to be overcome with drastic cathartic and nauseous ebola rogues. A gentler pleasanter and far More effective Means exists arousing the Organ when somnolent. This is Hostetler a stomach bitters vouched for by the medical fraternity tested by the Public for Many Jears. A Resu nip i Tion by the biliary Organ the secret Ive function with the Active attendant i upon health a return to regularity j the bowels and a renewal digestion a Are no less Happy and certain results j using the bitters systematically. Its i laxative effect is never painful and \ drenching its tendency being rather to perpetuate regularity than to produce a copious action. Malaria nervousness debility kidney troubles and neuralgia subdues effectually. 10w4 rain As is customary this Winter made the week very disagreeable As far As the weather is concerned. We Are pleased to see gust Kuecherer at his place business again. Miss Zahner spent a few Days with h r parents Rev. Zahner and wife last week. The Rumor which reached us that Obed Kunof had been taken to an any Lumy proved to be incorrect. The boys Are still working Dan. Siberts Lull. A where where can he be a such is the disconsolate Wail a certain Young Man our town who prides himself his Fine business qualities whose name however we will not divulge for the present. About a month ago be gave a certain a a Uhren Macher a a sum Money with which to go to Castle Garden to hire German girls to come to Zoar to work. Long and patiently they waited for the girls at least for tidings from them but alas no girls came nor tidings either. The chances Are they never will see any girls any the Money which was to bring them Here again. Fred Ohmen Hizer and family have moved to East Liverpool Ohio. They left wednesday afternoon for their new Home. We wish them Success. George Lengerer will work for . Miner the coming summer. Our Ca Hier Louis Zimmerman was Laid up with the Grippe last week. He is slowly recovering again. Anon. A cold wave struck this City monday evening accompanied by Snow and tuesday night the thermometer marked 3 degrees a Hove Zero. Less than one Hundred Miles East Denver the Mercury fell to 10 degrees below. The cold St it cd near the coast in Denver press. The cold wave reached Here saturday accompanied with a Little Snow. The Mercury registered 10 degrees above the next meeting the Tuscarawas county Pomona Grange will be held at Gnadenhutten in Neider hawsers shall the 8th March 1890. All fourth degree members Are earnestly requested to meet with us. Meeting to commence at 10 clock a. M. J. Wenger Sec a. Pure and Rich possessing All the nutritious properties malt. Chases Barley malt whiskey is a perfect tonic for building up the system. A. Bippus amp son sole agents for new Philadelphia. 6w4 Frenchman proudly a a you have not in be German Empire anything so tall As be great Eiffel German indignantly a a a no und you done to got Noddings so Stoud like Lim Burger cheese a if you want any information about Western tourist tickets tickets to any Point West South write c. Belknap excursion and ticket agent p. O. Box 674, new Philadelphia Ohio. 9tf p. Re a petition for the incorporation the Village Pike run a to the commissioners and s Ingon May 9th, 1890. R Lime burners Are free from Consump-1 Tion account it is suggested j breathing dry hot air. Send in your orders for Job work to the times office. We can do it quickly neatly and a in Assn amp be ices. For building lots at West end fair Street new Philadelphia near new school House site very cheap Long time Small Cash payments. John a. Himes at. 42tf w. Holland is sole agent in Ulrichs Ville for cases barmy malt Rich and pure it is a Fine tonic for the weak and feeble. It strengthens the lungs. _ 9w4 for Sab trade�?160 acres Good land m Holt county Nebraska. Would Trade for property m near new Philadelphia. Title perfect. Call the editor the times. A a Beautiful Skiff Snow covered the ground tuesday

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