Page 1 of 14 Mar 1889 Issue of New Philadelphia Times in New-Philadelphia, Ohio

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 14 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
  • new-philadelphia-times page 1 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 1
  • new-philadelphia-times page 2 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 2
  • new-philadelphia-times page 3 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 3
  • new-philadelphia-times page 4 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 4

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 14 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 14, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill h a a posters and Job printing 0 every description done 011 Short notice. Your a Volt solicited. Volume in. New Philadelphia times new Philadelphia o., thursday March 14, 1889. The a times Quot advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 yer. 8 1 00 2 00 3 00 5 00 8 00 8 2 00 5 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 8 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 40 00 8 5 00 15 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Number 12. Ii siness i reel Ory. Hew Philadelphia times. Or acis Romig attorney at Lav and notary Public. Office in the Mclane Block. New Philadelphia . John w. Nixon m. physician and surgeon. Office r Euth Broadway in the building formerly occupied by tinker. Myl y c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night pro nifty answered. Of j lice in the Patrick building. South Broadway. Residence two doors s uth c w he pot i Quot 1 John s. Graham attorney at lava 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. Dyl Samuel Moore editor proprietor till Isbay 3ia1u5i h 1889. Hummel Block second floor fast Ali Rah St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 4totlse new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new rates. 81.00 Philadelphia Ohio at the following oxi year in Advance. In not path within three mods 1.50 j. Ii. Booth court attorney at Law notary j Oliie an 1 vey Ancer. Special attention pail to 1 be executors. Administrators and us Ards counts. Office up stairs opposite the Blouse. North Broadway. 1 a a Mel Moore attorney Ai Law new Pabila a Dpi. A d All professional business Intro Itea to los a a in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining eos itis will receive Urot int Sisic in jul office in human Block second hour. Joseph Murphy s livery amp feed stable Phillips Burgh. Ohio. First class rigs for All purposes. Office and stable near Railroad depot. _ oct. 25. 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 Liles no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat Saf action Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller a . 0\ 2 Babcock Hurd. Amp co., w e Sal e g r c e r a 106 amp 10. Water St., Cleveland. Jgr a a remittances should be sent by draft. Registered letter Posto Filee order to else address the proprietor. Ctr address All matter intended fur Public . To tajik . It is estimated that tiie inauguration caused the expenditure $i5,000,0i>0. Governor Foraker and attorney j general Watson Are spurring each oth j and striving to see which is the great i five tourists were captured by indians in Yellowstone Park Wyoming territory a few Days ago and put to death. Two the number were women. Exam. Or t tir Mirin mfg new 1�? a bite Caps at Doland Dakota compelled Antonie Belanger to confess to burning his neighbors building under penalty death. They then burned Bis building and compelled him to leave the country he claims he did not Burn ins neighbors building. The weeks doings. From canal Dover. Fun rooms West Ray Street. Call at the times office. Mrs. David Judy will entertain a num her her friends at Tea thursday evening. Lawn Tennis will perhaps he the a popular amusement for our Young people this summer. Or. John Burry has returned from the East where he has been laying in a Spring stuck goods. To received three letters from correspondents last week that were inadvertently omitted. One from port Washington one from lower Stone Creek and from Tracy. Tin y i re ail mislaid. To Hope the writers Wili not quit account it. Mis Lulu Savidge entertained in Nice style tie whist club at her Home 011 West fair St., tuesday evening. George Dearborn has been very Ili at tin Home his parents but we Are it Cleveland Tiee la1 nay he ass is now engage <1 /. There is one a red lie Wili 1 a r sell out his clients. The Wail Republican journals concerning Cleveland a vetoes still continues. A tis Well ii held his hand 011 the throttle. Lie deserves credit for it. 1 Richard w. Townsend democratic i member Congress from the both District Illinois lit d saturday last. A i special election will be necessary to fill i the vacancy. to learn he is con Valsing. And mrs. A a. Axx entertained a few their lady and gentleman friends at dinner at the Exchange hotel. Sabbath last. Of three masked men Rode into the lit tie town forbs mo., 011 saturday 1 tired a store at s clock in the evening where there were about 20persons, with j cocked revolvers compelled the men j to hold up their hands while they Rob bed them and the store. They then j electrifying an invisible Jet steam mounted their horses and Rode away. Makes it visible in Bright tints varying with temperature potential. Helm no Liz has shown that heating H. Babcoc i. A. Ii. 15urd, jr., i u i i Stop 1 5 Bab it i kit. Litre wholesale a Ltd to Lor the i Aioli Lite limited get a York for the Sale their e a a a rated a1 Aroma and Bun a brands roast. .1 Coffee. 2 a 1 the g1lsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. 11. T. Minn is prop rift . The House Lias been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms. Table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the Blouse. T. W. Mcdermott d. V. S., honorary graduate the Ontario \ Peterin Ary College Canada treats All diseases Domestic animals. Surgery a specially. Horse dentistry neatly done. Carious Teeth removed. It pays to keep a horses Teeth in a to it i condition. Spavins and ringtones Best treat d by the actual cautery. Quot Calls by Telegraph otherwise Fly an jeered. Us office Over Routzen Heiser a drug store new Philadelphia. Ohio 4yl steam engines boilers and machinery. Engines and boilers flt it a Mill shop farm in every size and style desired and to suit every purpose. Saw Mills and Wood working and feed Mills shafting. Pulleys belting and Fiill supplies. Also a Large lot Good second hand engine Sand other machinery wry cheap. Harms machine depot. It amp 5-9 first ave., Pittsburgh a. 49yl Arhat is the matter wit i tiie Promise increased Prosperity steady employment and High wages if Harrison was elected the Many failures in ironworks indicate something wrong. The Baltimore amp Ohio Railroad took judgment against the Cincinnati Washington a Baltimore Railroad 011 the 11th instant at Cincinnati for $1,500,000 and which was declared first Lien the Road. An order Sale is granted the b. A Road. It looks As if the b. A Would Swallow up thev., a. Amp b. 3>mmm Rac it is said that Axworthy the defaulting treasurer Cleveland who now finds a resting place in Canada contributed $25,000 to defeat the Canadian sex Traditi Uii Bill late in introduced in parliament. The american rogues have become to lists and the canucks Are getting tired the m. Six thousand weavers Are a strike at fall River mass. Fifty Mills Are Shat Down. They struck for an Advance in wages which they claim the prices cloth will warrant. Verily the increase 111 wages the Labouring men come through strikes not through the Elevation to Power the Republican party notwithstanding its promises. Money to loan Moit Nojmie farm Security at Low rates interest. Loans Only taken r three years More and for sums a Foo my upwards. Privilege making partial payments Sion More 011 Loans granted and Extension time Given when interest is kept up promptly. No commission Ami no charges for recording mortgages. For further particulars Ami information address a we. If. Ross Gene a agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. 42m> october 11, 1888. What Wili the wind lighting Republican editors do now if James g. Blaine takes time to investigate the reports concern it g the con his at Samoa tiie silly twaddle a it it it the Cleveland Dinini test it 11 being too slow was quite sickening. T hese Fellows should urge Ila Irison to Call an extra session Congress and declare War at once. But James g. Blaine will investigate first a a a lie Sam Yip Jyh and Han Ding two chinese Laundy men Chicago have been at rested 011 the charge inducing several id tie girls into their place business for immoral purposes. They barely escaped Lynching which they justly deserve. The i Navy guard alone prevented them stretching hemp but they will have a Chance to learn a Trade in the Penitentiary. Or. Kerry a Senate Bill permitting husband and wife to testify in each others behalf 111 criminal cases has passed the House and Wili doubtless become a Law. The common Law doctrine has governed in this state which prevented husband and wife testifying for and against each other. The reason by ing that the incentive to save each other from the penalty tiie Law would Lead them to commit perjury. But the common Law Rule had its weak Points. Many times the testimony husband wife would have saved innocent parties. The wife could have accounted for the husband Many times in proving an Alibi. The amendment will surely be an improvement and a step in the right direction. Tiie Pennsylvania Railroad carried to Washington for inauguration before March 105,000 excursion lists. The conveyance this number people required 210 trains 10 cars each with an average 50 to each car. All the trains were run in sections and 111 Many cases the number sections to a Given train reached ten. The Revenue from this service will amount to $500,000. There Are fifteen states in the Union where if the wife was unchaste at the time marriage unknown to the husband proof tiie fact entitles tiie husband to a divorce. There is Only one state West Virginia it where if the husband. Was unchaste before marriage unknown to tiie wife proof the fact entitles the wife to a divorce. Even 111 West Virginia he must have been notoriously licentious. A majority the Ohio House representatives voted in favor submitting an amendment to the state Constitution giving suffrage to woman. The veto stood 40 yeas to 41 nays. An amendment has to receive 05 votes three fifths All tiie 108 members so it failed to pass. But it is a Gratifying sign Progress when the Ohio legislature Long a stronghold conservatism tins question gives a majority for a woman suffrage measure. to the samoan conference. Quot Washington i. C., March 10. One the first things the state department will dispose is the appointment delegates to tiie samoan conference at Berlin. It is said to night that Benj. F Butler John a. Kassan and William Walter Phelps will probably he sent to represent this government and that they will be accompanied by sex Consul general Sewall and Augustus Cowherd Illinois who negotiated the treaty Between the United states and Samoa us to ii Kip it. A Han Isnit to Ramc if Iso is ill git Imuta go to Montana via the St. Paul Minneapolis and Manitoba it y n a magnificen1 1 m a n min Tymn u Canton March a judge Raley has just delivered a queer decision in the Case City councilman Paul Field and Quot William Valk Ninati is. Attorney John Lahm George i it. Frease and Herbert Sexton the repository publishing company. The suit was one asking $20,000 damages in a Case libel Lahm having written a communication for the repository in which he insinuated that . Valkman was doubt f u 1 parentage a and com pared . Field to Annanias. In rendering his decision the judge held a that to charge a Man with illegitimate birth did not tend to lower him in the eyes the people Lessen him in the esteem the Public. It was a matter Over which the Bastard had 110 he then decided tiie Case against the plaintiff s. In conclusion he said he knew a number professional friends illegitimate birth i>111 claimed that was nothing against them. In commenting upon the decision a local paper says a if it is not libellous to Call a respectable citizen a Bastard we wonder if it would subject a newspaper to contempt to the promised land. Ijuin Fotiu a amp y t a a Fiji will be inaugurated november 10, 1888. Elegant dining cars drawing room sleepers handsome Day coaches a Ani it a free colonist sleepers j with Kitchen and lavatory. The Only line to the three great cities Montana thousand Negros being agent. To Arkansas. Moved by for maps and general information inquire your own ticket a f. I. Whitney Gene a Pas and Tkv tag to St. Paul Minnesota. 33 houses for Sale. A number desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Enquire at times office. Quite an excitement is caused by a Cable dispatch to the effect that the u. A Man War Lipsio had been blown up by the German Man War Olga at Samoa. The Rumor is to the effect that the Olga was firing 011 Mataafa when the commander the United states vessel protested upon a continuance hostilities by the German vessel fired upon the Olga. The Olga then attacked the nip sic with torpedoes wrecking and sinking her with All Board. The Olga is Well armed with guns and torpedoes. The torpedoes Are attached to a tube projecting under the water line and As the vessel approaches within distance and the torpedo exploded under the a it Seel. None the u. Vessels at Samoa have torpedoes and the fact that the Olga is a much faster vessel i court to Call a judge a than any the . Vessels makes it Plain dealer. Possible for her to 11111 Down and destroy All our vessels in the Harbor before they could seriously damage the enemy. The comparative strength the two Powers so far As a Navy is concerned is about As follows a the g Man Navy consists about seventy live vessels while Twenty five More Are in course construction. These arc a ii vessels the most formidable the heavily armoured Many Plum Armor plate and carrying Superior torpedo outfits. About Twenty five ancient vessels and a few modern cruisers not ready for service represent the american naval strength. They Are generally armed with Smoothbore Are slow and widely distributed Over the face the Globe. The monitors Are incomplete. In the event War they must form our chief Reliance but it would take Many months to put their turrets and make their the Rumor is discredited however at Washington As there has been no information Rcck a whatever except the report printed in German newspapers purporting to be based a Telegram from Auckland which news must come by Way Australia and Asia up through Europe to England and across the Atlantic to the United states. The United states government has As Good Opportunity knowing the condition affairs As Germany. Raleigh n. C., March 12. Southern agents moving negro families to Arkansas Are quietly but successfully at work. Their operations Are confined thus far to a few counties the Railroad lines near Goldsboro. The counties Are systematically canvassed. Several thousand persons have already gone. Indications Point to and extensive movement. Many Large plantations Are almost deserted. Negro drummers Are paid $5 for each family secured. The entire expenses transportation to Little Rock is paid by tiie agents. The negroes say they Are promised forty acres land a Brick Home a cow and $1.50 a Day for labor and Are told that Corn Sells Lor cents a barrel and meat at cent a Pound. They know nothing their destination. The removal is by families. Planters in the counties affected Are greatly embarrassed at the loss farm Lianas at the begging tiie planting season. A Plain dealer. What does tins mean ? is it a political move to weaken the representation Southern states and colonize them in a sparsely settled state. Or. And mrs. John Judy entertained a number their friends at Tea last Friday evening at the residence mrs. J Udys parents . And mrs Stockwell. A very malignant form diphtheria is raging among children and grown people at Newark The physicians Are powerless to Check it. Many deaths have occurred mrs. Susan Weidner Blakes Mills died 011 wednesday last dropsy aged g7 years and was buried at Goshen Hill cemetery Friday. She was a member the m. E. Church. Or. And mrs. Houpt will rent the two Back rooms and veranda their new House West High Street to any person wishing to rusticated 111 our Littie Quaker City this summer. The following marriage licenses have been granted James w. Brady to Catharine maus Ezra Fawcett to Clara a. Birkshire John w. Boone to Cora e. Cogan win. Miller to Mary Welty. The Domestic club stands at the head. Mrs. John St Filer East High 8t., mrs. We. Walton and mrs. John a. Jones West fair 81., Wesley Hummel Uhrichsville each received their machines last week through the club. Adam Mathias ii Ummell a Valley an aged gentleman and father John and George Mathias had a paralytic stroke 011 saturday and is at present in a very critical condition. He is about seventy live years old and will not be Likely to survive the attack. Or. Editor a please to allow space in your paper for me to return my sincere thanks to those who so kindly assisted during the illness my wife and the bereavement the same. Or. Herron new Cumberland In an examination the stomachs Over 5 h English sparrows according to prof. Riley Only 82 were found to contain any insect remains at All while the stomach a single truly insectivorous Bird had 250 web Worms. This Bird would have Given More Aid to an chartist than an army useless sparrows. Napoleon Williams died very suddenly last sunday evening heart disease. He was eating his supper when All a sudden he threw up his hands and died while being carried to his bed. He was go years old. Or. Williams was a member the 51st Ohio co. A. Lie was hurried wednesday in the honors War. Or. I. L. Mitchell the Mitchell rental firm has retired from the dentistry business in this place to except a situation in St. Louis. His place however will be filled by . E. W. Dole Salem The . Stands High 111 his profession and the business will be conducted after March Lgth by dry a e. W. Dole and ii. La. Mitchell. Or. Solomon Kuhn Stone Creek writes us that there was quite a curiosity born his farm a few Days ago being a calf with two perfect separate Heads and necks from the shoulders. Its Back was somewhat Camel shaped and its Hind legs were Seini circular in form lie also says any one doubting the above statement can see it by Call at ins place. The a a Confederate spy a by local Tal int under the auspices the sons veterans Camp this place will be played in music Vilall March a Atli. It is full pleasing situations grand climaxes Beautiful Tableaux comedy and pathos. One feature this play will be the rendition All the old War songs. The incidents Are All taken from the late War and will be put in proper shape and costumes. Look out for hand Ellis. An sex Ottto Lal caned. Jacob re Kent one the oldest citizens our town is laying at the Point death at his Home factory Street. Mrs. Hoopengarner Mother Elias Hoopengarner Dover died in Winfield a few Days since and was buried monday. William Wegele the firm Kuhn amp Wegele sold his Blacksmith shop and business interest to George Bence son the Veteran horse Shoer. Wegele contemplates devoting All his time to the business connected with the livery and feed stable now owned and operated by himself and Frank Kuhn. There is a new boy at the Home t. P. Peter and wife third Street. Theodore had an abundance babies the female gender and now he is fixed just Light. Address him As a a t. P. Peter esq.,�?� henceforth. E. Lle bold has invested in a laundry outfit which he intends putting in operation soon at the old Vorherr stand 011 factory Street. We Hope it will be a Success. There was a kind one horse trial before j. W. Newburgh week before last. The property in controversy was a barrel whisky which had been taken under execution As the property Thomas Cox at the suit John Kercsi. Mary Cox commenced an action in Replevin and had the whiskey taken from the Constable. It >11 the stand she swore she owned All there was in the Saloon As Well As the particular barrel Corn juice 111 dispute and that she had been such owner at All times while tie Cox a had Saloon in the american House during the last eight years. There is nothing strange about her Story and we believe it to be True but we certainly expect the methodist Church which mrs. Cox is one the leading members to take some action in tie matter else quit preaching Temperance. The school Board the Dover Vil Vage school District have about agreed upon the plans for the new school building. We had the pleasure seeing the architects drawings and find that they contemplated putting the water closet the ground floor tiie building. Without a general and thorough system sewerage we believe the system inadvisable. The co t will be great and from what we can learn from out fade parties where the dry Cosit and cesspool plan have been tried we believe the Money spent will be wasted. Let every Man investigate and make no mistakes. Grafton. I ll031 l kit Stock Cut Kkt. Should have appeared last week but was mislaid Frederick l., son John and Susannah putt died 011 the 28th ult. And was hurried 011 the 2d inst., in our cemetery. He was a Bright Little boy one year and eleven months old lung fever and whooping cough was the cause his death. This makes the fifth child and a wife . Putt has had Laid away by the relentless hand death which has almost filled the cup sorrow for the bereaved ones. The funeral was largely attended and our people deeply sympathize with those who Are left to mourn his loss. Henry the ten months old child we. I Humrickhouse who was dangerously ill with lung fever is getting better but is still in a very critical condition. We Hope he will soon recover. A Little girl came to the residence Joseph Quot Winkler a Short time ago Joe set up the Beer and it is evident he intends to let her stay. Or. Samuel Winkler and miss Maggie May were married thursday last week and intend to go to House keeping 111 . May a House where . Wager now lives. The Groom is one our most sensible Young men and the Bride an estimable Young lady. Success be with them. Freddie Beitzel from up tiie Creek was Down to visit his brother de. And family and some one else it it a course we have been informed that William Gro Ali intends to go West soon but we think it will lie Only about ten Miles. Monday was inauguration Day and the Republican party went into Power. Results they will kill each other off in a political Way. Beatrix. In my Miriam. Thursday night the court House officials sex officials and others to quite a number assembled in the commissioners room for a Little social time. Or. Daniel Wyss was delegated to go Forth and bring . Samuel Rufer to their presence. Or. Wyss framed a very feasible excuse to . Rufer and brought him in wholly ignorant what was coming to pass. It is needless to say that Sammey was Complete Tely a a knocked . James g. Patrick in a very appropriate speech presented the trem Ling prisoner with a Beautiful Gold headed Cane. Sammey could not make a speech he could Only say a a i am so surprised i can to and thanked the donors for the present and set up the cigars for the crowd. Or. Rufer re tired from office with Many friends. A Castle Hall Violit Lodzuk no. 313, k. Of p., new Cumberland Ohio. Whereas death in his relentless Power sparing neither the Good Earth the loved nor the Loving has once again entered our midst and Laid his pallid hand upon the form mrs. Elna Herron the Loving wife our brother . Herron we feel it but a fitting tribute respect to the memory the deceased and an expression sympathy for the bereaved brother and relatives to whom their loss is incalculable to offer this As a memento love and esteem and would offer Consolation in the thought that death to the Good is but a sleep and transition a transplanting from a wilderness sorrow into the Garden eternal please therefore be it resolved that we the members Violet Lodge no. 813, k. Of p., deeply regret the removal from our midst and mourn because the loss one who willingly and cheerfully bore All life a burdens who in sickness and pain Ever greeted her friends with a smile and pleasant words and who by her upright life and Christian example won for herself a wide Circle friends and exercised a Power for Good which Only the confines eternity can measure. Resolved that we extend to the bereaved husband and family the deceased our Heartfelt sympathy and commend them to the care him who doth All things Well. Resolved that these resolutions be placed upon the records our order and a copy the same be presented to the bereaved husband and family and forwarded to two the county papers for publication. Alvin Waltz Jas. Mills h. Seran committee. From flush township. A school Pic Nic will be held at blizzard Ridge school Blouse the last Day school Friday March 15th. The idea seemed to be prevalent with old a a Blinkey a that there was not sufficient Talent in the District to make a few remark appropriate to the occasion As he volunteered to come Over and give us Amic Liis stale chestnuts. Conceit however is about his Only Possession. Notices Are out requesting tie democrats each township to meet in their respective school districts Friday the 29th instant and elect three delegates to tiie township convention March 30. A petition is in circulation protesting against the granting a Pardon to Lewis Sanders con vie Ted last Spring steal ii g a lot Wool and sentenced to the Penitentiary for three years. The same is being numerous by signed. At the meeting the Board township trustees 011 monday last there was an act performed that was not the program. It appears the township clerk last fall gave a creditor John Orr amp son Steubenville an order for his yearly salary $45.00, to secure them for part his indebtedness to them. In the mean time lie came to the conclusion he needed the Money for other purposes and notified tiie trustees not to pay the order As it was fraudulently obtained. Shortly after the session opened a spectre appeared 011 the horizon in the shape . John Barr a representative the firm above named. He presented his order and was informed that the Board would not allow a fraudulent claim. He was thunderstruck and demanded an explanation from the clerk who however did not give any but the trustees soon explained the matter to him. Air. Barr then applied some More forcible than eloquent oratory upon the head the Model Republican clerk who did however not want to relinquish the Spon Eulix a a so near but alas so a Hen lie was however threatened with a criminal prosecution he begged . Barr to allow him to retain $15, As he needed them badly Lor the necessaries life and this gentleman in the goodness his heart granted the request after giving him a lecture 011 honorable conduct that he will not soon forget. This is the same fellow who advertised he could Lill Peoples pockets with Silver upon receipt 2cc., and the bosom Friend old Hurrah for the g. O. P. The letter prosecuting attorney Patrick to governor Foraker in regard to the Pardon Lewis Sanders shows him to be a gentleman conversant with the facts in the premises. Jim. Can put a column facts in a few sentences. He is entitled to the thanks this whole Community in regard to that matter. R. It10. 311st a k k a widow. When i horseman wiped Llis nose she thought he was 3 Lirt Injia the lady will answer for her shot. Steu Bienville o., March 10. The grand jury in session at a Ells Burg a \"a., found an indictment yesterday against mrs. Osborne in Ali Days Cove for shooting with intent to maim disfiguring and several other incidental charges. The Case attracted considerable attention at the time the shooting occurred . Archibald Campbell was Riding along the Road past Aat Dow Osborne s House one Day this Winter and necessity compelling him to use his handkerchief he Drew upon himself the eyes the widow who was at the window. Campbell used his handkerchief across his face several times unconscious the presence mrs. Osborne who believing that . Campbell was flu Ting with her and being indignant at the liberties thus taken got her revolver and fired several shots at him one them causing a slight flesh wound. The Case is set for trial in the circuit court Brook county. Next week. massacre. Prisoners killed and even stabbed after death. He hid not know it. Schwall says its so. A neighbouring newspaper Man in speaking a subscriber who sent Bis paper Back a a refused a without paying for the same six months after he had subscribed says a a let the search for the meanest Man 011 Earth cease. The Man who used the wart his neck for a Collar Button and the one who pastured a Goat 011 Liis mothers grave Are gentlemen compared with such stinkers As Aye have found a few such beings As these in Tuscarawas county and the Man who when he wants his paper discontinued will have the postmaster Mark it refused and let them pile up several weeks 111 the Post office unless the postmaster takes the trouble to notify the editor is about 011 a Par with the above class. A gent mar will always go the editor will write him and pay All arrearage. For Sale 207 acres half mile West Aurora Centre two Good houses barns granary living water Etc. Terms easy a g. W. Amp Mec. Hurd 102 amp 104 a Ater St., Cleveland Cw3 saved the value a farm. Sellers cough syrup has attained a reputation almost equal to Sellers fills and More could hardly be said any Medicine. The syrup should be kept in every family where there Are children and grown up people find it a most valuable Medicine for coughs cold i oars Ness and Throat and lung diseases. The fails arc Mich a Standard remedy in some parts the country that a family never thinks being without them. Said an old gentleman in Eastern Maryland a Why in be raised my family Sellers spills and i consider them almost essential to a family As bread. In the last thirty years they have saved me enough in doctors Bills to pay for a Star. Gig the Han Lka Iuah t Latla new York March 10. The Steamer Coban arrived in this port yesterday bringing news a bloody Battle Between Legitime a and Hippolytee a forces and a massacre by the victors. Commanded by Captain Fraser the Coban left port do paix March 3d. Captain Fraser brought a copy Pitrie a Hippolyte Organ published february 23, at gon Aives containing an account a Battle and massacre at grand Saline a the Hippolyte forces in this City were commanded by generals Point and Jean Meterau. Legitime a army began the attack the outposts Early in february. They were repulsed several times but finally succeeded in carrying them and a few Days latter were masters the City and general Mes Erauw a sword. Legitime a men were so elated Over their Success that they immediately commenced to pillage tie town. One Drunken Soldier Diot one the prisoners for some trifling matter. This was the signal for a general outbreak the part the soldiers. They rushed at the prisoners shooting and stabbing them right and left. The prisoners begged hard and piteously for mercy but their cries were laughed at and the killing went Quarter being allowed to none. Never before Lias such a pitiable sight been presented. The murdered men Lay about huddled in scores. Some were frightfully hacked and mutilated Many the blood frenzied soldiers having run a muck among the corpses plunging their swords again into the bodies the slain. General Meterau tried to stay the butchery but was laughed at and warned not to interfere if lie wished to live. Ashen Lack victims stayed the butchers they robbed the dead and burned and looted tie town. Nearly the whole place says Patrie is in Captain Fraser thinks the City must have been burned Between february 18th and March 1st. F fusion a 33 Antion. Mrs. I. R. Id undershot is visiting relatives at Cambridge Ohio. A 10 year boy kills one playmate Ami wound. Another. Miss Kate Aveley is the guest miss Charline Taylor Cambridge. Airs. Elizabeth Beans Massillon is visiting mrs. M. M. Guthrie this City. Frank a Janes left last week a Southern trip for the Benefit his health. Mrs. U. Hendershott and daughter Charline Are visiting friends in Cambridge. Or. And mrs. Getzman and daughter Carrollton Are visiting their parents in this City. Miss Eva Helmick left la9t week for Washington territory to reside there in the future. _ mrs. R. Burchfield canal Dover was visiting friends in this City the first the week. James Sargent Minerva is visiting his Mother mrs. Catharine Sargent North Broadway. Mrs. Matthew Barker Fairview Guernsey county is visiting her daughter mrs. John a. Buchanan. Benny Albert took a business trip to a Ooster and Canton and stopped at Millersburg to see his Best girl last week. Or. Aah ill Brindley East Liverpool who is attending Colledge at Adrian Michigan is in new Philadelphia for a few Days. Mrs. Gentsch and children a Ashington d. Are visiting at the residence her parents . Powelson and wife this City. Or. And mrs. Daniel Getzman and daughter Morea Carrollton were visiting air. Gas parents the past week Avest Ray Street. Mrs. Daniel Gentsch and children Are Home from a Ashington City and will probably remain All summer the guest her parents . And mrs. Or. Pow Leson. Air. And mrs. John Judy gave a progressive conversational party at the Home her pref Lac . And mrs. Ii. T. Stockwell thursday evening last week. Or. Allen Knisely and family who Hae been visiting 111 Lima o., for the past month have returned Home the . Having improved considerable in health. Harry Vatson an old Newspaperman this county left last week for Atlantic City n. J., to accept a position in an office there and expects to remove his family to that City in the near future. Mother Joss is visiting her son j. Joss. Ave Are glad to see her looking so Well. Site will return to Ayi Nesburg Holmes co., where she has been taking care her Mother who died a Short time ago. During last year Mother Joss bought an old dilapidated Church put it All in first class order and has the satisfaction seeing a number converts who will Likely organize an m. E. Church under the pastor ship Rev. Stocking Middletown. In now Philadelphia remarked to a Friend the other Day that she knew Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs was a Superior remedy As it stopped her cough instantly when other remedies had no effect whatever. So to prove this and convince you its Merit any druggist will give you a Sample bottle free and $1, id red. Augusta ga., March 10. Judge Snead a Little son aged 10, while playing with two coloured boys today killed one instantly and wounded the other. They were playing prisoners and he was the police. They made a break for Liberty and lie ran in the House and seized a gun which he did not know was loaded aimed it at them and fired. The shot entered the face and head one the boys killing him instantly. The Little fellow ran in to Liis father and asked him a to kill him As he killed a boy but did not go to do 1�?Tii.siiloij�?Tial nominations online Elf. Sex Consul general to Samoa believes the report is True. A Ashington March 12. The Senate this afternoon confirmed the following nominations Thomas a. Palmer Michigan to be envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to Spain. John f. Swift California to be envoy extraordinary and minister plem potent iary to Japan. John 1. A Ashburn Alassal Lipsetts to be minister resident and Consul general to Switzerland. George c. Till Tenor Illinois to be assistant Secretary the Treasury vice Isaac Maynard resin non. The nominations sent today were referred to appropriate committees and the Senate then adjourned. Closing out Sale. Having sold out my Carriage and Blacksmith shop and intending to retire from business i now offer for Sale from this Date at greatly reduced prices my Stock top and open buggies Buck wagons Spring wagons two horse Road wagons Wood work finished for four two horse wagons Wood work finished for three buggies a lot Carriage and Blacksmith hardware a full Stock Well seasoned lumber consisting 3,-000 feet Poplar 800 feet Lin boards All which 19 planed both sides. Also Hickory and Oak Plank scantling Etc. Any the above i will sell easy terms to responsible parties. Michael Schott. Shanesville Ohio. I2tf beware defaced a altered 3iaehines. A whereas the Well known popularity a the Light running Domestic induces unscrupulous competitors to resort to All kinds devices to injure its reputation we therefore caution ail persons to Purchase Only from a regularly authorized dealer who is sustained by the company a warranty. Be sure and see that tiie number agrees wit i the one the inside the cover also the shuttle Raee slide and Needle bar. Domestic sewing machine co., Jno. Joss agent. Consumption incurable. Read the following air. H. Morris Newark ark., says a a was Down with abscess lungs and friends and physicians pronounced me an incurable consumptive. Began taking . Kings new discovery for consumption am now my third bottle and Able to oversee the work my farm. It is the finest Medicine Ever Jesse Middle wart Decatur Ohio says a had it not been for . Kings new discovery for consumption i would have died lung troubles. Was Given up by doctors. Am now in Best try it. Sample bottles free at f. Miller amp songs drugstore. The population Large size 50 Ippu for rooms Kitchen and use cellar. John a. Himes age to. Ilw2. At crooked run March 7th, 1889, Callie a., infant daughter William and Catharine pry is aged two months. She was hurried in the Dover cemetery the 9th instant. Text Mark 10 14 a a suffer Little children to come unto me and forbid them not for sue a the kingdom heaven a a Eure tie Herd thou Hast stilled now thy Little Lamb Long weeping How peaceful Pale and mild in its narrow bed a tis sleeping a and no sigh anguish sore Heays that Little bosom More. Of new Philadelphia is about 4,500, and we would say at least one half Are troubled with some affection the Throat and lungs As those complaints Are according to statistics More numerous than others. Aye would advise All our readers not to neglect the Opportunity to Call 011 their druggist and get a bottle Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs. Trial size free. Large bottles 50c and $1. Sold by All druggists. For Sale. A Ashington March 9. A big sensation was caused Here this evening by confirmatory dispatches from Germany regarding the sinking the nip sic. It was even reported that the Navy department has confirmation the report and that american vessels have been ordered to prepare for sea immediately. It was after 10 clock before the report gained general circulation and when an eff Ort was made to secure confirmation the later report there it was found impossible to obtain any authentic information. Gen. Harrison retired Early and Secretary Leal Ford said at 11 clock nothing was known the affair at the White Blouse. Secretary Blaine was out at a dinner party and people at his hotel knew nothing about the time his return. Commodore Harmony could not be found and Commodore Valker had no information beyond that gleaned from newspapers. Some the other Navy officers said that it was impossible fur the report to reach this City by Way san Francisco without the receipt official news by the department but about the clubs and other places where naval officers congregate there was a decided disposition to believe that the later reports have some basis. Among those who really believe that the nip sic has really been sunk by the Olga is sex Consul general Sewall whose career at Apia was recently Cut Short by his resignation. Or. Sewaui said to your correspondent to night a a i believe that the nip sic has been tired upon by the Olga. I base this belief upon the knowledge which i have the situation affairs at Samoa. Because news comes via Germany in the first instance is no reason Why it should not be authentic. Germany controls the mails and All other facilities communication Between Apia and the outside world. If the nip sic was really sunk As i firmly believe to be the Case it would naturally be known first through German channels. The Only vessel we had in samoan Waters at the time the alleged sinking was the nip sic. The German Fleet there consists the Olga a vessel about 2,500 tons the Adler about 1,200 tons and the Eber about goo . Sewall is so firmly convinced that the report is True that lie has telegraphed his relatives who Art interested in shipping in the Pacific to prepare for insurance at War rates. Every Effort will be made by the Navy department to secure authentic information at once and if the rumours Are really substantiated there is Little doubt that Congress will be called together in extraordinary session immediately. For next two weeks i will offer Avail paper at retail at wholesale Price to make room for papers coming in. My Racks Are now full the floor full and counters full and More coming and must make room. Aye will offer you Brown at eight cents a double Roll. White at ten cents a double Roll. Mica at 12a cents a double Roll. Gilt at 121 cents a double Roll. Gilt at 20 cents a double Roll. Gilt at 25 cents a double Roll. Gilt at 30 cents a double Roll. Gilt at 35 cents a double Roll. Gilt at 40 cents a double Roll. Gilt at 65 cents a double roil. Samples will be sent by mail if you state Price and whether for room Hall ceiling and enclose 10 cents to pay postage. Forty thousand Rolls paper in Stock and to come in. M. E. Walls new Philadelphia Ohio. Ilw2 electric bitters. A farm Twenty acres situated in Rush township eight acres cleared and remainder 111 Timber. Lays Well and is Good soil. It is known As the Rufus Walton tract. For further information inquire the owner mud run a Alley. Norman Rupert 10wl2 land fur Sale. Aye will offer at Public Sale in Fari Field township Tuscarawas county o., tuesday March 19th, 1889, the real estate Bezaleel a Altz deceased containing about 150 acres. Sale to he 011 the premises Between the hours 9 clock a. M. And 1 clock M. Alvin a Altz executor. March 1, 1889. Hw2 property for Salo. Two lots 264x66, with Good two Story Frame dwelling 10 rooms All necessary outbuildings Good Well and Cistern and a Good cellar under the House. All kinds fruit. Would sell As a whole Divide. On a Good Street in new Philadelphia. Terms very reasonable. Inquire at times office. 29tf every lady suffering from those distressing female complaints weakness Etc., so common to her sex should Send her address and receive full particulars a Xeric treatment for such troubles. Sent free. . W. Ii. Armstrong 3033cambridge St., philae. 51yl Book binding. Magazines music periodicals Law and medical books ruling and Blank books made to order at the lowest possible rates. Missing numbers supplied. Flopping amp co., Cov. Seneca and Long St., Cleveland february 21. 9m3 haying disposed my property and am going out business will sell my entire Stock buggies at Cost All my own make. Chas. Houpt new Philadelphia 9wi2 this remedy is becoming so Well known and so popular As to need n it special mention. All who have us Ltd electric bitters sing the same song Praise. A purer Medicine does not Ltd is and it is guaranteed to do All that is claimed. Electric bitters will cure nil diseases the liver and kidneys wiil remove pimples boils Salt Rheum and other affections caused by impure blood. Avill drive malaria from the system an prevent As Well As cure All malarial fevers. For cure headache consumption and indigestion try electric Bitte -. Entire satisfaction guaranteed Money refunded. Price 50 cents and $1 per bottle at f. Miller amp songs drugstore. 11 Dwarf Storo for Suh. The entire Stock goods tin hard Ware store the undersigned is offered for Sale to any one wanting to invest in the business easy terms payment. Location Good and the Only hardware store in the town Sham Ville. No other one nearer than Camj Dover Millersburg except Baltic For further particulars Call address f. Sliffe Shanesville Ohio. 11 w3 forsale.-�?20 acres land situated in Goshen township tub. ., Ohio. Large Frame House Good stable and outbuilding Orchard apples Pear peaches Etc. This property is within a Quarter a mile the Goshen Coal works. These works Are owned and operated by one the Best company in Ohio. Property Well situated for a boarding House. Twenty thousand Bank pos scan be made from the preen ses and which find ready Sale. Apply at the times office to Henry Burton the premises. Oct. 4. 41mg children cry for pitchers Castoria. When baby waa 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 will Trade for a Small piece land property in new Philadelphia a hotel stand in the town Philipsburg this county. The lot is Large and has Good buildings it also Hall rink the same lot. A Good bar and Pool room 111 connection with the hotel. Good stable. For information Call at the times office. 46tf. My

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