Page 4 of 7 Mar 1889 Issue of New Philadelphia Times in New-Philadelphia, Ohio

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free
Want a high-quality poster of this page? Add to Cart

Read an issue on 7 Mar 1889 in New-Philadelphia, Ohio and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The New Philadelphia Times.

Browse New Philadelphia Times

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 7 Mar 1889 New Philadelphia Times in New-Philadelphia, Ohio. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - March 7, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio About Rabbit skins. On of the important industries of cheat Britain a antipodean colonies. When the acclimate cation societies of Australasia introduced the Rabbit some years ago they thought they were accomplishing a Good work and Little anticipated what a serious injury these rabbits would effect in less than ten years and that their extermination would be a costly and impossible work Tabbits have so increased now in Australia and new zealand that the colonists Are at their wits end How to repair the evil. The extent of the injury done to the pasturage required for sheep May be inferred in some measure from the enormous number of Rabbit skins exported which however prove a Blessing to the cheap furriers of Europe and America. A local Industry has also sprung up in the colonies in making Oft Felt hats from their fur. Coney Wool was encouraged and valued in England a Hundred and fifty years ago and is now Worth 7s a Pound. The damage done to the crops in the australian colonies by the Little animals that furnish the skins for Export has become of such magnitude As to furnish the subject of parliamentary legislation there. From the single Colony of new zealand there has been exported about 70.000.000 skins valued at nearly �750,000. I it it the property destroyed by these rodents is estimated by millions and this Industry of Rabbit skins is one which the people there do not wish to see Prosper. In Victoria the Colony is asserted to have sustained a loss of about �8,000,000. The cheap linings of Coats and Ladics cloaks and Many of Tho dyed articles of fur Are due to Rabbit skins Home and foreign. In the last ten years 29,000,000 Rabbit skins have been exported from Victoria. In addition to the exports from the colonies Many have been used locally by hat manufacturers and others and Large numbers have doubtless been destroyed or allowed to decay. The extensive Supply from Australasia has flooded the English Market and the Trade has on hand a Supply sufficient to bust for a year or two. Fhe English Rabbit Brooder also found it to their advantage to kill rabbits mainly for their skins and the Supply of Home skins is said to reach 80.000.000 annually. Belgium which supplies us with the tame bred rabbits so largely appreciated and imported for food sends away Over 6,000,000 Rabbit skins but then these skins Are much larger of a finer color and better fitted for furs than those of Tho wild Rabbit. In some of the australian colonies attempts were made to preserve their flesh in tins for food. One company in South Australia employed forty or fifty trappers and thus prepared 6,000 or 7,000 rabbits a Day. But this utilizing process has been dropped since the wholesale poisoning and other methods of extermination have been resorted to the Public becoming shy of eating rabbits As society of arts. The Tell legend. A theatrical manager explains Why he taken it in a Good to i believe there was such a person As William Tell i do. I have Faith in legends and Folk Loro. Even if there is much that will not stand the fierce Light of critical research i would not have the in ind freed from these precious superstitions if you choose to Call them to. If you go on with this pernicious iconoclastic work what is to become of the Minn singers and the master singers the Nibe lunged lied and How then will Wagner stand i think i would murder the Man who should Tell me that the grand incident of the Noble Sydney denying himself the proffered drink of water to give it to the Humble Soldier was a myth. They will to telling us pretty Scon that Nelson in his last breath of the Quarter deck did not say a kiss me. or that Lawrence never said a a done to give up the ship a or that Perry failed to remark a we have meet the enemy and they Are no sir i wont have it. 1 am aware that Tho old biting bitter destroyer of myths and Shams the great Voltaire was one of the first to cast doubt upon the reality of the Swiss hero. But what else could you expect of n Frenchman had he lived to this Day he would have said there was no such person As Bismarck or at least to would have wished there was not. Did not Voltaire Call Bismarck a Savage take away Tell and his magic Arrow his sop and the Apple and you Rol Switzerland of its splendid Romance and the mind of Man of one of its loveliest illusions. Trust to the poet to will always set you right with his unerring instinct. Schiller has wrought for us one of the grandest dramas out of the legends of Tho sturdy Swiss in their struggle for Independence. To read or hear his thrilling poetic play is to breathe the air of Lri and Unte Walton and to be inspired with the lofty ideas of Liberty and virtue imparted by Contact with Tho Ether where grows Tho Edelweis. Sheridan Knowles has Given the English stage an excellent play on the subject of the Swiss Liberator. Yos sir i believe in William . Louis g lobe-1 Omo crat. Deep sea fishes. Tiow Rhey Aros coated to Hearth Prcz a wry of this water above them. Fishes have been found it is said three Miles below the surface of the sea and when a specially has been made of deep sea sounding As in Tho voyage of the challenger and others the Ocean Depths have been found to be very populous. Plants however do not live in the deepest seas and it is supposed that the deep sea animals either prey upon one another or get their food from dead organisms and plants which sink Down to them. The phosphorescent fishes which Light up Tho Waves about them so brilliantly Are found As far As a mile below Tho surface. The most of the fishes inhabiting what Are called the a Abyssal zones a have Only rudimentary eyes but they have Long feelers which enable them to Grope their Way along the Bottom of the sea. Other species however have very Large eyes and these Are suppose to follow Tho phosphorescent fishes who net As moving lampposts for deep Ocean streets. The Light of some of these phosphorescent fishes brought up by deep sea dredges is so Bright that during the Brief space the animals survive it is quite easy to read by it. Tho Renson that fishes and Mol lurks that live even three Miles under water Are Able to bed the pressure of the Waves above them which several tons to the Square Inch is because they have exceedingly Loose tissues which allows Tho water to flow through every ins Jerstice and thus to equalize their weight. Indeed it is asserted that when this pressure is removed they perish. The account of Llie challenger expedition states that All the Sharks brought up from a depth of three quarters of a mile were dead before they reached the inter Ocean. A a a. A truly faithful heart. Tum Lethwaite had proposed and been accepted and As he slipped the engagement ring upon her Finger he said tremulously a Darling you will always Wear it upon this linger won t you a and the girl with a shy glance of love replied a always George always when i Ftp with life. A what is easy to men of Genius becomes fatal to men who Are without a. The most successful in life Abe those who follow practical Economy a All things. A such habits and practice Are largely Mae to a knowledge of the outside world and its affairs gained from careful study and Reading of the better class of metropolitan newspapers such As the weekly enquirer in Worth Merit and Enterprise the enquirer certainly stands at the head of modern journalism. Its Mammoth size gives room for thirty per cent More Reading. Its information news and intelligence is from the most reliable sources direct from a corps of Over Twenty five Hundred correspondents representing the interests of the daily and weekly enquirer in every part of the country. A Public Benefactor beyond All comparison because absolutely free and Independent of All combinations pools trusts syndicates and organizations. Can teach truth and state fact of unmeasurable Benefit to the people at Large. Commercial affairs and Market reports from every known Center in the country exceed in detail All others. It is the one Only paper that can fill the place of several where Only one can be afforded. It costs $1.15 a year yet renders a service equal to that obtained at from two to five times that sum through other journals. Economically it is the cheapest because the largest and Best. The Best evidence is comparison or trial. Get a Sample copy free or hand your subscription to our agent or the postmaster. The daily enquirer. 1 to. S mo6. 6 mos. 1 or. Sunday and daily81.50 $3.75 $7.00 $14.00 daily except sunday 1.25 3.25 6 00 12.00 John r. Mclean publisher. Cincinnati of dieters powder recommended by the highest medical and chemical authorities who testify to its absolute purity wholesomeness and wonderful strength. Every can guaranteed to do the work of any other baking powder costing twice As much. Every can guaranteed to give satisfaction or Purchase Money refunded. 1 la. Can 20�. S lb., log. H la. A. If your dealer does not keep Crown do not let him persuade you to buy some other he claims to be just As Good but ask him to oblige you by getting Dieter s Crown baking powder. Scientific american established 18 a 5. Is the oldest and most popular scientific and mechanical paper published and has the largest circulation of any paper of its class in the world. Fully illustrated. Best class of Wood engravings. Published weekly. Send for specimen year four months trial $1. Muren amp co., publishers 861 Broadway . Architects builder #1 edition of scientific american. O a great Success. Each Issue contains coloured lithographic plates of country and City residences or Public buildings. Numerous engravings and full plans and specifications for the use of a Vii Tut not a such As contemplate Bull Ding. Price 12.60 a year 25 cts. A copy. Munn a co. Pub ships. I maybe secured by applying to Munn i amp co., who have had Over 40 years experience and have made Over 100,000 applications for american and for-�?1 eign patents. Send for handbook. Correspondence strictly confidential. Trade Marks. In Case your Mark is not registered in the Patent office apply to Llis in a co., and procure immediate Protection. Send for handbook. Copy Rig 1 its for books charts maps Etc., quickly procured. Address Munn amp co., Patent solicitors. General office 861 Broadway n. To Joe climb a a chinese laundry on the Alley in rear of Chas. Engels new Philadelphia shirts 10 cts new whiteshirtsl2j nightshirts 10 cts undershirts 7 cts drawers 7 cts Woolen shirts 8 cts col i ars 2 cts c u its 4 cts a Hicks 4 cts handkerchiefs,2 cts ladies collars 2$ cts White vests 20 cts Hose 4 cts sheets 10 cts towels 4 cts1 Jim All work done within three Days. Wash Days a monday wednesday and Friday. Claims for shortage must be made at once. Washing 90 cents per dozen. December 6, 1s88. 50m6 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. For Sale or will Trade for a Small piece of land or property in new Philadelphia a hotel stand in the town of Philipsburg this county. The lot is Large and has Good buildings on it also Hall or rink on the same lot. A Good bar and Pool room in connection with the hotel. Good stable. For information Call at the times office. 4ctf. Market reports. Corrected by John Kaderly produce dealer March 7, 1888. Flour Patent it bbl. $ 6 00 a a a a sack. 1 50 a a Best family bbl. $ 5 20 a a Amber sack. 1 40 a a a a Nettir proc. I 50 wheat Bushel. 1 00 corny new a Bushel. 40 Oats new p Bushel. �?�>0 Rye a i Bushel. 55 butter Pound. 20 a Cusp of dozen. 12 buckwheat flour Pound. 05 hams Pound. 12 shoulders a Pound. 08 sides Pound. Of lauds Pound. 08 Rallow Pound. 04 beef Pound. 07 <m5 Salt Goshen barrel. 1 15 White Lime barrel. 1 00 Akron cements barrel. 1 35 calcined plaster barrel. 2 25 land plaster to ton. 9 00 a a a a a barrel. 1 50 potatoes�?1$ Bushel Netis. 25 dried peaches Pound. 03 dried applet a up Pound. 91 Kaost Pound. 01 onions a up Bushel. 50 Hay a to a new. 15 00 Timothy seed a Bushel. 1 75 Wool. S3 fertilizers a ton. 35 00 Glove seed up Bushel. 4 00 chickens a Pound. 04005 ducks a Pound. 06 t or keys a Pound. 07 geese apiece. 40050 How it worked. Yet to. A a Good morn he jack1 Why i Haven to seen void for a rat month past. What in the War d is the matter with you you in Chi to have renewed your a Well Phil i have. Done to you remember the last time i saw you How miserable i was sick and Blue and in that sort of mood a mail gets sometimes when he feels the most Noble thing in life is to go straight to the a a not so bad As that j Hope at All events you did no to go that Way it you Are looking far to Happy and a thank goodness no of or rather thank vinegar bitters. Do you remember that Day i saw you last when you recommended that remedy to me so persistently and i was first voted add then half convinced a a i re Ethber it perfectly and you a by another word upon the subject your looks Tell me that you took the a no doubt of it Evo body remarks upon my improved looks and temper but i must really Teri you All about it. I got the of style As you recommended and did no to mind the bitter taste at All. I finished the bottle in about two weeks and was greatly improved so much so i determined to change off and try the new style. A a a veil How did you like it a a you told me your wife preferred the new style i believe Well i must say i agree with her. T like the old style very much but the new is a finer smoother More expensive a i believe it is in fact i have heard so and i wonder the Mcdonald drug company sell it for the stifle Price they do Tho old style because it is really a very costly a Well that Dosena to concern us. Who was it said that people fancied themselves pious sometimes when they were Only bilious no matted 1 was duly going to say that people Bibeh seem wicked when it a a Billy their liver or their St Shiach or some other cantankerous Organ of Tho body so out of order they be Good if they a and if All the miserable dyspeptic and victims of biliousness., it amp Damp Che and the thousand and one i is that flesh is heir to would Only take vinegar bitter what a Happy world this would be a a i should recommend the new a i never go Back on the old a Well they can pay their Money and take their Chico for both kinds work Only Temperance bitters known. Vinegar bitters the grea1 tit0001 purifier and health restorer. Cures All kinds of headache within thirty minutes try it. The Only Temperance bitters know. It stimulates the brain and quiets the nerves regulates the nowcl9 and renders a perfect blood circulation through the human veins which is sure to restore perfect health. &2ta Beautiful Book free. Addess r. Ii. Mcdonald drug co. 3syl 532 Washington Street new York. The eminent and world renowned g rum an Oculi St Aurist and optician or. Moritz Salm founder and Frinc pal of i in Mahla Eye bar nose and Throat infirmary Corner of High and Lafayette streets Columbus. Ohio. Makes his next visit to port Washington april 2d, at the american House Newcomerstown april 3, it commercial hotel Uli Richville april Central hotel new Philadelphia. April 5, at Exchange hotel. Dover april 6th. 1889. Will return on same Date each month. Chronic diseases of the Eye such As granulated lids chronic inflammation of the lids of the Iris of the Choroid of the Retina chronic ulcerations spasms of the lids cancer of the lids Ami Kye tears running Over the Cheeks Day and night blindness purulent or mattering sore Eves. Goi Warhoe Ophthalmia. Syphilitic Ophthalmia red blotches or Brown ones on Tho Ball Ophthalmia. Opa cities or milk White so pots on the Eye glaucoma or cupping of the nerve Ama Rosis falling out of lashes. Sores redness of edges of lids or eyes and All other diseases to which the Eye or its appendages Are liable positive and rapid eur guaranteed. This eminent German specialist from Berlin positively cures All diseases of the Eye Kar nose Throat and lungs after All others fail. He has cured More cases of blindness deaf Ness. Catarrh Throat and lung diseases than and living physician. Jtj go and see or. Salm at this visit. Consultation and examination free. Address All communications to a i. Moritz Salm Columbus of Iii. 51tf administrators Sale of real estate. In pursuance of an order of the 1 probate court of Harrison county Ohio i will offer for Sale at Public auction on the 30th Day of March a. D. 1889, at in of clock a. M., upon the premises the Fol lowing described real estate situate in the county of Tuscarawas and state of Ohio and known As being the South half of lot number 14 fourteen in w. W. Porters addition of out lots to the town of Uhrichsville. Ohio and is further described As commencing at the South West Corner of the stable situated about the Middle and at the West line of said lot no. 14, in w. W. Porters addition to the town of Uhrichsville thence South from said Point to the Center of the Road leading from Uhrichsville to Trenton thence with the Centre of said Road in an Easterly direction to a stake in the Centre of said Road in a line with the e. Line of said lot thence northward to a Point due East from the said Southwest Corner of said stable thence West to the place of beginning containing about one half 0a of an acre of land More or less and subject to All Legal highways. Appraised at $�?~.00.00. Terms of ale one half Purchase Price in hand and the remainder in two equal annual payments with interest from Day of Sale. Deferred payments to be secured by mortgage on the premises. J. M Welsh. Adm r of the estate of Albert m. Cox deceased. February 28, Isop. Ilw4 sheriffs Sale Franklin a. Bigler rvs. John s. Bigler it Al. Amp a virtue of an order of Sale to me directed and issued from the court of common pleas of Tuscarawas county Ohio i will offer for Sale at Public auction at the door of the court House in the town of new Philadelphia within and for the county of Tuscarawas and state of Ohio on monday april 8, 1889, Between the hours of one o clock p. And four of clock p. Of said Day the following described real estate situate in said county to wit in the township of Clay county of Muscara rawas and state of Ohio to wit the undivided one third of lot numbered Twenty three 23in tie third 3d Quarter of the seventh 7th township in the second 2d Range of the United states military lands containing one Hundred acres More or less subject to the use of All of said land by Catharine Bigler wife of Frederick Bigler deceased during her lifetime according to a lease of the same made by tiie heirs of said Frederick Bigler to Heron the 30th Day of october a. D. 1880. Appraised at �933.00. Terms Cash. Geo. In. Bowers sheriff. J. Lessick attorney. Lowb a Model ref two dding. I a a a a a i. overheard before and after the ceremony. Swore the ceremony. Tho bridegroom to a or Loti does my boat fit Iti tiie Back Hal feels a Little Loose. My hair look All right Deuce if thus Glove Isnit too big see Tho wrinklo.4 Ilij tic ii Iid of a tie have i go Iii Cravat Isnit one ptts longer than the other wonder if i can if Anage the Grig Hilsin Tass without letting it tall say hat Aren t Tho trousers a trifle too Long no Tiow do i look ten minutes after eight time to go and meet help a i wish the whole Busine Bride to bridesmaids a my train Sot All right Lily pull it out straight. There hangs till right do it wish i d Laid it n Lith longer. Am i very Pine ought to look a Little you know. Smooth those Side plaits out a Little Frank. Ought not the Vail to in gang More Over my face please put Tii Ose Orange blossoms a Little More to on Side. That looks better does no to it whereas my bouquet exquisite thing in t it to if dreadfully nervous what if i should faint just think of it i do Hope Larold will put the ring on gracefully. Where is my other Glove where is it of her try it is. Help me of tilth it Sadie in a so att full Iver Vous. That bit of pow Chi on Iny face wort t set Chi through the Vail will it be sure and fix the Dia mond Pih so it will show Well. Wasny to it Lovely in Harold to give diamonds there it s after eight. I Iusi go Down t m she to Ous. Do i look All he it in a so 4 he bridegroom in a whisper a you look like an Angol Tho Bride of Harold t do Firpo we wont Pike arty mistakes i should Dit i tie did. In a so nervous after tiie ceremony. Said to the Bride. A a congratulations. A a wish you joy�?T1 a thanks. A a i Hope you la b3 Over and Ever and Ever so Happy a a ooh. a you look perfectly Lovely mame. A a thanks thanks. A a a Verv tiling Wen off perfectly Lovely. The sweetest wedding i Ever a ooh a allow me to congratulate a a Best wishes a thanks. A a May you be very very Happy a ooh Many thanks a confidential Friend in giggling whisper a poor me i wheel do you suppose via turn will come Lleen Heel Heel a May you always be As Happy As now. My a ooh. a May you live Long and �?othanks�?T1 a i wish you Groat happiness.11 a ooh. Thanks a another a intimate Friend a of mame kiss a in a so glad kiss for you kiss a you went through your part beautifully kiss a and the presents Are Lovely perfectly exert Listie a kiss �?1 do Hope you la be very very very Happy kiss a time. A a a a defective training. Tho we a the of anal health entailed by modern educational method. I would have girls instructed in Hygiene the properties of food the diet proper to infants and As far As possible in All the practical branches which have the most direct bearing upon the life they Are to Lead it is of Small consequence whether they know Decimal fractions and the boundaries or population of China but it is of Tho utmost importance that they should not waste the hard earned Money of their future husbands by an unit Olligene Hou Ehold regime and it is also of much importance that they know How to take care of their children How to escape avoidable disease by a rational diet and regard for sanitary Laws. I doubt if any one realizes the enormous waste of life and health which the ignorance of in fillers entails upon society. A Young Mother uninstructed in the subject mentioned is bound to Experiment ruinous by with her own health and that of her children and gain expert Moo at Tho Cost of untold tears and suffering. Witnessing this common tragedy i have not been Able to restrain the reflection that to Are lamentably failing in our duty to our girls both Rich and poor. We give them ornamented accomplishments and teach Thorn to Blush at the thought of Tho state for which god has destined them instead of arming them with useful knowledge which would enable them to Cope intelligently with the conditions they will surely encounter. Even if the Cost be doubled Tho benefits accruing to the state from this kind of education would be Many times multiplied. Instruction in the chemistry of cooking Alonte a a very simple and fascinating subject a would save the Community in the aggregate Tea times the amount of the increased taxation skill a Tho making of simple garment would Savo another item scarcely less considerable. Tho poor Are wasteful from ignorance. And their in Nonnce in All practical subjects bearing upon their own lives is directly chargeable to our system of . Finding Money in Egypt. A villager lately found sovino Money in the Bank of the Nile by Accident but not by Lippy Accident for what is Good Fortune in Tho West is misfortune in the East so reversed is Tho order of things in the Orient the villager was in a boat with three others and running their boat into Tho Bank of the River stove in an earthen Jar buried in Tho soil and containing Money. Three of the rovers took some the fourth being a cautious Man and having i doubts As to the consequences did no1 take Anyn the circumstance of course came to the ears of the nearest governor and the men were All put in prison. First they were All Bastina oed for keeping the tiling from him and next because they did not produce As much As the governor considered they must have taken. The poor Fellows gave up All but Why should the governor believe they had Given up All or that one of them had taken none a Little More beating and a Little More imprisonment had the desired effect of producing More Money the unlucky finders being glad to take some from their own stores at Home besides what they had taken from the accursed Jar in the Bank to satisfy the hungry and cautious . Y. Ledger. A a a speaking literally. Miss Breezy to prof. X., of the natural history museum a do you think prof. X., that miss Smith at the piano there is a very Beautiful girl prof. �?er�?yes, indeed. Miss Breezy she is exceedingly Lovely. Miss Breezy i have always contended professor that she i3 one of the most Beautiful girls in Chicago and that there Are no flies on her. Prof. Here his profession show itself a yes miss Breezy but i suppose that in the summer when the weather is very warm she is naturally More or less troubled Vith them. In. Y. 8ua rheumatism m neuralgia a the est Ivrin diseases cause untold suffering. Doctors admit that they Are difficult to euro so do their patients. Pelini celery oops Pozind Lias per in Hently buried the worst cases of rheumatism ipad / Tieti Ralgia amp say those who have used it. A a having been troubled with rheumatism at the Poe and foot Tor five Vearis t Var a Hopt unable to get around and was very often enl led to my bed for weeks at a time. I used Only one Bot tie of Paine a celery com i to Pound and was perfectly 11 w cure amp i Gao lev jump l around Dud feel As Lively As a Fosas k Cayou a a i a Wurf cacti tic Ada >11.00 for Druggists. Mammoth testimonial paper free. Wells Richardson amp coprops.,Burlington, it. A a Paine s ceh by compound has been a godsend to me. For the past two yarn i have suffered with Neun Talgia m Ion heart doctor after Tibet or c talk in to cure me. I have How Nakeil Paine a celery compound a it firt been greatly afflicted with Acuto Toneu Matlum and could find no Relief until i used Paine a celery compound. After using six bottles of this in do clone i am now cured of rheumatic _ . Hutchinson so cd rms n. It. Effects lasting cures n it a ? Ether Bot or % marvelous As these a copies of letters sent to any address. Pleasant to take does not disturb but aids digestion and entirely vegetable a child can take it. What a the use of suffering longer with rheumatism or neuralgia Mamnoun nor 0 give Baster and brighter i o a no living upon lactate food Are healthy Ula Munu utto colors than any other dyes. O Aalto Happy Hearty. It is Vav equated. David Zimmerman Philadelphia keeps constantly on hand and for Sale Copper by vets rubber pelting leather belting Shaft Lubbers Saddle nails buggy knobs tufting buttons Hob nails saddles whip holders harness Oil Martingale rings Martingales Curry Combs rubber Patching. Rivet setts Bridie hitts bridles harness ornament lines strip awls tacks breast straps buggy cushions breast strap slides choke straps Hame clips Hame Staples Haines Hame rings halters whips Girth web snaps Ter rets bridle fronts buckles stir my harness rings harness soap size Sticks punches lard Oil miners Oil Zinc pads shoe buttons Fly sets Axel grease rubber packing Castor Oil hitching straps a least strap stings Halter bolts Box loops Button Hooks gum Tragacanth neats foot in fish Oil machine Oil Hame rivets horse cards gig saddles shawl straps tug Hooks interfering pads sweat pads butt chains Trace chains whip stocks sire Ingles Saddle blankets whip crackers Channel nails beit Hooks buggy washers Oak Kip French Kip toppings linings condition powders apron skins tallow Boot web Ink Linen thread shoe strings silk thread Heel nails shoe knives eyelet setts shoe pegs Hasps hammers awl handles nippers Pinchers steel Shanks harness Needles Welt knives Burnishers Heel braces Sand paper Heel Bali Antery straps lasts measuring straps awls bristles Wax shoulder Sticks clamps Cement Boot Trees Heel plates crimp boards Glover a Needles Peg cutters shoe polish Girths Cork insoles beeswax Rosetts eyelets half soles Plush Robes French calf fur Robes sole leather rubber cloth american calf Hea grass Matts Oak upper rubber horse covers buggy Lap dusters hungarian nails French Morocco lasting tacks harness leather Zinc nails dash leather coach pads lace leather a Iione buckles Belt leather neck yokes Oil cloth Guage knife Button fasteners open links Gaiter elastic Etc., Etc., Etc., everything sold at the very lowest prices Cash paid for hides sheep pelts and eurs october 18, 1888. 43m6 Louis a birr amp sons a manufacturers of a i f 11 and dealers in a Iron and slate mantles irate fronts amp tile hearths. A full line of Cook and heating stoves House furnishing goods Etc. Tin Iron and stats roofing and spouting a. W e Are agents for the celebrated the Best for soft Coal. 1to. 5, City Block new Philadelphia 8yi Ohio James Means s3 amp $4 shoes a James Means $3 shoe unexcelled in a style unequalled durability and a rec Tom of fit. James Means. $4 shoe i cannot ? fall. Ltd a to s Ati is the most Fastido such has been the recent Prog be in our Branch of Industry that we Are now Able to affirm that the Ramoh Means #4 shoe is in every respect equal to the shoes which Only a few years ago were retailed at eight or ten dollars. If you. Will try on a pair you will to convinced that we do not exaggerate. Ours Are the original $3 and $4 shoes and those who imitate our system of business Are unable to compete with us in Quality of factory products. In our lines we Are the largest manufacturer in the United states. Shoes from on celebrated factory Are Gold by wide awake retailers in All parts of the Cou Norv. We will place them easily within your reach in any state or territory if you will invest one cent in a postal card and write to us. James Means amp co., 41 Lincoln St., Boston mass. Fulli lines of the above shoes for Sale bit How can i get through my work to Day i feel miserable headache tired pain in my Back my food wont digest my whole body seems out of order. that it is no wonder you Are in such a Brokon Down condition and you will keep getting worse unless Vou can cure your i veil this important Organ Sou of order and you must cure it by promptly using those never Failin go go mar. C. Mclane celebrated liver pills n s they will restore you and give vigor and health to tour whole system making you Strong and Well. Only 25 cents a Box and May save your life ask your druggist for the genuine or. C. Dellbra Ted liver pills a made 2y�? Fleming bros., Pittsburgh pay Lookout for counterfeit it taste in St Louis. Josefv 0ry"p0ijse feits perfumes the breath. 44yl Alt e o w property for Sale. Boo d0ntvbouuyr rubber boots until you have seen th3 a col Chester with sole leather Heel. This is the Best fitting and most durable Boot in the Market. Made of the Best pure gum Stock. The sole leather Heel saves Money to the wearer. Buy your Arctic in Ejov Bostl 8 til you have seen the Colchester Arctic two lots 264x66, with Good two Story Frame dwelling of 10 rooms All necessary outbuildings Good Well and Cistern and a Good cellar under the House. All kinds of fruit. Would sell As a whole or Divide. On a Good Street in new Philadelphia. Terms very reasonable. Inquire at times office. 29tf three farms in Montgomery county kansas�?400 acres in ally Iii Trade for a Good Stock of merchandise Price $6,000. Address lock Box 8p4, Independence Kas. 17tf with a out soda counter. Ahead of All others in style a. Durability. A you in. V t of Worth of your Money try the colches r a a a outside counter a it kept Here by Best stores at wholesale by h. Childs amp co., nov. 15 m3 Pittsburgh a ill to take the Agency of. A a mail our safes size 2�xlsxl8 inches weight 500 . Retail Price $35 other sizes in proportion. A rare Chance and permanent business. Those safes meet a demand never before supplied by other Safe companies a we Are not governed by the Safe Pool. Address Alpine Safe co., Cincinnati Ohio. Sente her 27. 1k88. 40m6 science and Industry. A the nettle is cultivated in Germany its fiber having proven valuable for a variety of textile fabrics. A the slightest Seifi of Iriri or steel can readily be detected by the application of Aqua Fortis to the surface. On steel it leaves a Black Mark on Iron the Metal remaine clean a the microscopist of Tho depart ment of agriculture prof. Thomas Taylor has discovered that Pepper is adulterated often with a find seed or of the Olive which Arr obtained in Dirge from the Olive Oil factories. A the statement is made that aluminium has been successfully manufactured from Kentucky Clay. A Plant was erected at Newport capable of turning out a ton a Day at an approximate Cost of �4 l the Price of aluminium is now $6 per Pound. A a German electrician has devised Art Inger Loiis scheme for the regulation of dynamos. The Field Magnet cores instead of being solid Are made of tubes in which a solid Core is inserted. This a Ore can be withdrawn by hand or automatically arid strength of regulated. A raising Flowers for the manufacture of perfumery is becoming a new Industry in Florida under the encouragement of Northern capital. The attic varieties of roses grown Are the Musk and t he damask and other Flowers that Are used for distillation such a the Jesamine violets lilies and Jonquil Are Hardy and yield Rich harvests under cultivation. A in a paper recently read before the medical society of Virginia or. C. E. Busey of Lynchburg stated that the people of those nations which Are Given to the general cultivation of vocal music have Broad expansive chests and Are much less afflicted by consumption and other lung diseases than nations which do not cultivate vocal music. The doctor said that these facts Are Well known to the medical fraternity a at the Royal powder factory of Wetter ii in Belgium a new Gunpowder is being made. They Call it Poudre papier or paper powder and it is said that a charge of grammes 39 grains gives in a Rifle of Small Caliper an initial velocity of 660 Yards to the Ball. This is equal to if it does not beat Tho Lebel powder. Tho additional advantages Are attributed to it of not smearing the barrel of producing no it smoke and causing Little recoil. A investigation has shown that porous Terra Cotta bricks and blocks Best resist the action of fire water and Frost. Next to these As fire resisting materials edme concretes and Burnt Clay work. For buildings intended to be fire proof the Best materials Are Iron work encased in porous Terra Cotta with tile or Brick work in roof and floor and tile construction. The hollow tiles Are faced with vitreous tiie slate or any Good weather Pic oof coating or with a single thickness of Brick. A in regard to the injurious consequences upon the nervous system entailed by residence in cities air tied continuous noise the London invention says a it is doubtful if any nervous system Ever becomes so indurated to this incessant Strain As to feel no harm. The Yelling of steam whistles the Hiss of steam pipes the rattle and clash of wheels on Stone covered streets the rumble of Street cars the Clanger of Bells the howling of hucksters keep up a condition in which a healthy to err Ous system of natural strength and sensitiveness is pungent Quot paragraphs. A Patti says plenty of sleep is the secret of preserving ones Beauty. The Hiis de girl believes courier. A Oliver a i do not think i am quite myself this Jeannette a allow me to congratulate life. A she was decorating her room with pictures and she perched her husbands picture on Tho Topmost Nail then she sat Down to Admire her work and remarked quietly a now everything is Lovely and the Goose hangs a Dudley whose credit is not first class a a i say Brown can you lend to $10 for a few Days a Brown reluctantly pulling out a Roll of Bills �?�?o1�?er a so pose i la have to,dumley.�?� Danloy a a thanks. You seem to have plenty of Money old Browne a yes i seem to have More Money than in. Y. Sun. A a i notice in the paper a said mrs. Barracks pouring out or. Barrack a Coffee a that a Brooklyn Clergyman says that women should be permitted to a yes a retorted or. Barracks agreeably. A lie is right. To should surely not deny to women a privilege we Accord to tug boats and Bazar. A where larders Are tramp a a let a break into to get Kitchen of that big hone to night and git something to oat a old tramp a two ind much there. Them folks puts of i too much style. Git into the Kitchen of Stealy going old fashioned folks of yer want Ter strike a in. Y. Weekly. A Tom a i dreamed last night that i had Harry a that was certainly a most horrible Tom a a but there was a still More horrible experience connected with Harry a a indeed. What was it a tom�?�?o1 had to read Tho obituary poetry that some Well meaning but a poetical Friend wrote about a an Augusta store genial and Jocose proprietor. Enter lady. A is or. A. In a a the is not a do you know when he will to in a a i do a will i find him at his House if i Call there a a do Yon take this for an intelligence office Madam a asked the proprietor. A not after i look at your face sir a and Tho door slammed after a Willowy feminine to journal. A that delicious and Juicy fruit the Orange is often refrained from in company because a it is so hard to eat it in its native haunts it is managed thus in Havana the Orange is served whole on the table peeled Down to the Juicy a Moat of the fruit a and Yon present the Golden bail to your lips on the prongs of a Fork. A floridian fashion is to Cut the Orange in half and pass its juice and pulp to the Mouth with a Teaspoon. A a mrs. Graham said Tho Young Man a i have traced to you the Story that i have been divorce i fourteen times and arrested seventeen for cruelty to my wife and i would like an explanation a a emr. Bailey i am certainly astounded. Tho Only Story i have told about you lately is what you informed me last thursday that you had just been a May i ask you where you mentioned that a a Why certainly it was at Tho Friday afternoon sewing . A col. Plunger patronizing by a a nah miss Grace you handle the ribbons wonderfully. Quite a woman after my own heart. 1 inherit a love of horse flesh you know. My father Tho Jenral was a Superb tandem Driver in his miss Grace calmly a a yes i have heard of the general a Sarly efforts in driving a a nah a May a ask How you a miss Grace a Well you see grandma told me of it she was often a passenger in the canal kit at drawn by the first tandem driven Gay your father.1�?T / new Philadelphia times. Traveler Ouide Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling Railroad in effect feb. 2, 1889. Next Standard time. Ryn Quot Ujj a a re i Al Cal �c7.Il trin a qing Louin new Philadelphia times. A a a Rea stations. No. I. Ato Poh no Ida ii. A or. 11. A com Modin. A. J 1. A a. J. No. 19 Cleveland. 6 45 a. Is. 4 15p.m. 5 20 As Black River 7 00 a a 4 25 a a 0 30 a a Elyria. 7 20 a a 4 45 a a 7 26 a a Grafton. 7 40 a a 5 10 a a 8 05 a a Medina. 8 50 a a 6 the a a 10 15 a a chips Walak 8 45 a 6 h a a 10 40 a a Sterling. 9 05 a a 6 38 a a 12 05 Psi Warwick. 9 31 a a 7 05 a a 1 05 a a Fulton. 9 40 a a 7 32 a a 1 80 a a Massillon. 19 02 a a 7 32 6 00a.m. 2 45 a a Navarre. 10 16 a a 7 47 a a 6 15 a a 3 22 a a Beach City. 10 28 a a 8 02 a a 6 4 a a 4 5 a a Strasburg. 10 30 a a 8 13 a a 0 47 a a 4 40 a a Dover. 10 54 a a 8 28 a a 7 04 a a 5 50 a a new la Hilad. 1. L2 a a 8 35 a a 7 15 a a 0 20 a a Goshen. 11 19 a a 8 43 a a a a Tuscarawas 11 16 a a 8 60 a a 7 us a �7 of a Uhrichsville. 11 25 _1�?~_ 0 10 a a 7 25 a a 1130 a. Y. T.7.57 a a Newport. 11 38 a a 7 47 a a Stillwater. 11 49 a a 8 02 a a Tippecanoe 11 59 a a 8 25 a a Freeport. 12 14 . 8 33 a a Flushing. 12 47 a a 9 07 a a Bridgeport. 2 05 a a 10 25 a a arrive at Wheeling by Street car Tom Bridge pol t depot. Trains going North. A com i stations Moi at a \ no. No. 2. 4. Bridgeport. Flushing. Freeport. Tippecanoe Stillwater i Newport. Uhrichsville. 11 55 12 55 a a 1 21 1 40 1 52 a a 2 03 a a 2 12 a a Peoni modal a. No. 6. 4 12 pm. 5 29 a a 6 us a a 6 is a a 6 of a 6 40 a a 6 50 a a no. 24 Only 81.00 per year a Tina its Tcilia Tuscarawas Goshen. New philae. Dover. Stras Bunch. Beach City. Navarre. Massillon. Fulton. Warwick. Sterling. Chips Dialak Medina. Grafton. Elyria. Black River Cleveland. 5 60 5 08 5 15 5 33 5 32 5 46 6 5s a 15 6 30 6 50 6 a 7 25 7 48 7 59 8 35 b of 9 25 9 40 2 12 2 20 p 2 27 2 34 1 2 43 2 57 a 3 08 3 22 8 37 i 3 57 a 4 05 4 30 4 53 5 09 i 5 55 6 20 6 35 6 45 6 50 7 05 i 7 13 7 21 7 46 7 46 8 02 8 15 8 90 4 30am 4 40 a a 4 50 a a 5 05 a a 5 32 a a 6 47 a a 7 03�?o 7 40 a a s 45 a a in 05 a 10 20 a a 11 10 a a 12 01pv i 1 60 a 4 15 a 5 00 a 10 15 a trains Stop on signal for passengers. Tickets on Sale at All stations and ticket of ices. Scalt Townsend. General manager we. It. Grout Gene a freight and i ticket agent contains the latest news and the most of it of any paper in the county and its Market reports Reli Oole being corrected weekly Lay an experienced produce dealer. Cleveland and Marie Way. In effect december Tea Ita Il-2, 1888. Go Norm. Lnb.2 no. 4 no. 8. No. 10 la Parks by. 200am >5j am Marietta 645 1150 300pm 53o.vm Cay Wood. 703 120o 3.5 555 Stanley. 709 1204 335 0l5 Whipple. 725 1229 4i 0 630 Warner. 735 123�?~j 415 655 Elba. 750 1253 435 720 Macksburg. 757 no 445 745 Dexter City. 504 lo7 455 804 South live. 809 i 500 .812 Dudley. 816 117 510 832 Caldwell. 825 125 526 900 Belle Valley. 535 135 540 925 Ava. 844 144 555 940 Glen Wood. 850 159 g05 950 it pleasant. 856 156 615 1000 Byersville. 908 210 635 1025 Cambridge. 927 223 700 1130 Oldham a. 933 2351142 Millers. 940 242 11 j 1.55 Kimbolton. 950 2631210 Guernsey. 955 2571235 Post boy. 1002 30412ju no motown. 1013 315 i 120 Wolf a. 1020 o25j 135 Philipsburg. 1033 336200 Black band. 1038 341210 Turners. 10 44 347220 canal Dover. 1655 257240 a Val june. Canton. 1117 1215 pm 417 440 Akron. 11 it Cleveland. Buffalo. 230 ,-1. Toledo. 620 via a. A l. E. And l. 3a.m. A. Going Soi Tii. No. 1-5. No. 3. No. 7 no 9. La Toledo. 745 am Buffalo. 540 Cleveland. 1115 Akron. 1.3 a pm Canton. 1�?T2s a Ley Juu ctr a. 450 pm 3 0 t,4 0 am canal Dover. 512 730 Turners. 555 303 7-50 Blackband. 600 3s 9 ,5 j0 Phil Mosburg. Wolf a. 605 314 Hio 616 325 835 newcomers on 2�5 35 940 Post boy. 635 245 1002 Guernsey. 642 .352 1020 Kimbolton. A .47 357 1040 Millers. 657 t 7 1055 Oldham a. 704 414 1110 Cambridge. 714 424 73 1130 Byersville. 733 440 1220 pm Point pleasant 14i 454 i 45 Glen Wood. M3 5h 1 5,5 a a. So 500 1c5 Belle Valley. .810 �?�51 835 135 Caldwell. 825 5>_6 of 200 Dudley.  832 533 9-5 215 South Olive. S38 a it a it 1 927 230 1 it Exter City. 842 545 532 240 Macksburg. S4552 9t2 390 Elba. 856 559 952 31 Warner. 910 613 1015 340 Whipple. 920 623 1 190 4n0 Stanley. 935 633 10 5.5 42-5 Caywood. 911 703 11c5 435 a Marietta. 1100 j a it 1130 500 Parkersburg 15 pm 1145, we Are fully prepared to do All kinds of such As posters no. 5 and 0, daily. Through coaches on trains not its. 2 and 3. Be tween Marie to. Canton Akron. Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with c in amp b a c a a and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with 1 a of East and West at Newcomerstown with p. C a St l East and West at Dover with c let a a and c and a North and East at Valley Junction with a a l k and Valley Rev. It k Rich Ards Gene a pass age to a. T. Wikoff Geu manager. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh k. R. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect feb. 10, 1889. Going East. Stations. . Express local. New Philadelphia 6 25 . Canal Dover o 45 a Zoar 7 15 a Mineral Point 7 30 a a Magnolia. 8 00 a a Waynesburg 8 10 a a Malvern. 8 35 a a Oneida. 8 45 a 9 00 a a arrive Bayard. 9 20 a a Alliance.ilo05 a a Cleveland. 12 50 1215 a a Bella re. 5 to Pittsburgh 2 25 2 10 . 2 20 a a 1i a it <4 2 41 a a 2 56 a a 3 01 a a 3 11 a a 3 16 a 3 25 a a 4 20 6 3> 5 8 00 7 45 1 20 . 1 45 a a 2 15 a a 2 41 a a 3 09 a a 3 17 a a �?�5 a k 3 42 a a 3 55 4 06 a going West. Stations. Mail. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. 610 . 1235 . Bellaire. 4 40 10 to Wellsville. 8 15 2 50 Cleveland. 7 45 1 35 Alliance. 10 25 3 45 Bayard. 10 56 4 15 7 3o . Minerva. 11 03 4 25 7 45 oui Ida. 11 12 4 36 8 10 Malvern. 11 17 4 43 8 i5 Waynesburg. 11 28 5 00 8 55 Magnolia. Ii 33 5 07 9 20 Mineral Point. 11 47 5 27 9 .55 Zoar. 11 525 5>5 10 10 canal Dover. 12 to 6 00 10 40 arrive new Philadelphia 12 20 6 15 11 00 Bill Heads. Book work or any thing you May need in the latest style of the Art. All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passe Niters for the West connect at Alliance with trains on the a great fort Wague route running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates of fare Etc., apply to r. K. Dixon agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. James Mccrea k. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Pas. Age to. Pittsburgh a. Val Ley railway. I v eff it t december 2, 1888. Going South. Stations. Going North. No. 3. No. 7. No. 4. No. 6. 11 15am 4 15pm la Cleveland a 9 24am �?~2 30pm 1202pm 6 of 9 03 1 42 12 30 5 St 8 .35 1 15 1 23 6 is Canton. 7 55 12 15 2 15 7 amp a Val a Jet la t to 11 30am pate17ts. Ii. Amp a. P. Lacey procure patents in tiie in. S., Canada and Europe 20 years experience. Preliminary examinations As to patentability of inventions free. No attorney fees in Advance for obtaining i. Patents. Full instructions in patents terms Etc., sent free. Address r. A a. P. Lacey Patent aft is Washington d. C. Feb. 2, �?T8-Yl we now have presses that will print the largest poster or the smallest card. P he sinks oys. Practice in pensions amp Soldier claims. Success or no fees. Send for new Laws. C. Sites amp co., atty a . Satisfaction guaranteed

Search All Newspapers in New Philadelphia, Ohio

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the New Philadelphia Times Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The New Philadelphia Times?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection