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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - March 20, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio I the new Philadelphia times published Evert thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. 1 books Bill Heads posters and Job printing 01 every description done on Short notice. Yoke favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the Quot times advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y it a. One Inch. $ 1 00 $ 2 00 8 3 00 8 5 00 three inches. 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 Hall column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday March 20, 1890. Number 12. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. R. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect nov. 10, 1889. Going East. Stations. U ail express local. Leave new Philadelphia 6 25 . 2 0c . 1 00 . Canal Dover. 6 45 a a 210 a 1 30 Zoar. 7 15 a 225 a a 2 00 a Mineral Point. 7 30 a a 2 31 a a 2 31 a a Magnolia. 8 00 a a 2 40 a a 2 59 Quot Waynesburg. 8 10 a 2 51 a a 3 07 a a Malvern. 8 35 a a 3 01 a a 3 25 a a Oneida. 8 45 a a 3 00 Quot 3 32 a a Minerva. 9 00 a a 315 a a 3 45 Quot arrive Bayard. 9 20 a a 3 25 a a 3.55 a a Alliance. 10 05 a a 4 27 a a Cleveland. 12 50 . 6 35 a a Wellsville. 1215 a a 4 50 Quot Bellaire. 4 50 a a 8 05 a a Pittsburgh. 2 25 Quot 7 00 a a going West. Stations. Mail. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. 610 . 12 45 . 4 40 8 15 10 10 Wellsville. 2 40 Cleveland. 8 00 1 05 10 25 3 10 Bayard. 10 55 4 15 7 10 . Minerva. 11 03 4 25 7 25 Oneida. 11 12 4 36 7 55 Malvern. 11 17 4 43 8 .45 Waynesburg. 11 28 5 00 8 55 Magnolia. In 33 5 07 9 20 Mineral Point. 11 47 5 27 9 55 Zoar. 11 53 5 35 10 10 Cana Dover. 12 10 6 00 10 40 arrive 11 00 new Philadelphia 12 20 6 15 All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for the w est connect Ai Alliance with trains on the a great fort Wayne route running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates of fare Etc., apply to it. F. . Agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. Joseph Wood. A. Ford. General manager. Pittsburgh a. Cleveland and Marietta rail Way. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday March 20, 1890. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 new Philadelphia times will be pub sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.�1.00 if not paid within three mods 1.g0 m3-remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Posto Allce order to the address of the proprietor. Is address All matter intended for publication to the times. The Quot Gilsey will be re sold april 19. The a Republican an Organ of the Republican party makes the bold declaration that or. Wana maker is Quot a calamity to the Republican in effect june 1g, 1889. Going North stations. Going s Outh. No. 1 no. 2 no. 1 no. 3. 1040am t 20v am .t.vparks�?Tbg. 1100 100 1140 250 Marietta. Lou 1201 1212 652 May Wood. 931 644 am 1218 653 Stanley. 925 6.38 1233 714 a hippie. 910 623 1243 725 Warner. 900 613 1257 740 Elba. 846 559 1� 1 747 Macksburg. 839 552 lit 754 Dexter City. 832 545 115 759 South Olive. 828 540 121 sc.5 Dudley. 822 533 130 815 Caldwell. 815 526 14 1 825 Belle Valley. 802 516 149 834 Ava. 752 506 1.55 840 Glenwood. 746 500 201 846 it pleasant. 740 474 213 has Byersville. 726 441 2 �?T2 918 Cambridge. 709 425 238 924 Oldham a. 659 415 215 931 Millers. 652 408 255 941 Kimbo Llou. 642 358 3 0 916 Guernsey. 637 353 307 953 Post boy. 63 �?�346 317 1003 no motown. 620 337 327 1110 Wolf a. 711 327 330 1. A it Philipsburg. 660 315 344 1029 backhand. 655 300 3-50 1035 Turners. 650 4 0 1045 canal Dover. 519 253 422 la 7 a Val june. 230 10.5.5 pm 63 pm Toledo. 74-5 pm 945 1210 Canton. 128 1015 110 Akron. 1230 225 it Leveland. A 115 104 Buffalo. 510 the coloured voters poll 90 per cent of the Republican vote in North Carolina. There Are 730 Federal office hold ers in the state with aggregate salaries of $420,000. Of these the 90 per cent element which is the coloured get Only tit teen positions with aggregate salaries of $4,000. That is the extent of the right that Harrison concedes the coloured Man. Among 977 immigrants that arrived in new York on the Steamer a a Eider a a on the 11th ilist., Over 80 per cent came under contract to work in the Pennsylvania mines. The majority of them Are huns and silesian. The immigration commissioners will now have a Job on their hands. Let us have the Protection Law against contract labor enforced through coaches on trains nos. 2 and 3. Be tween Marie to Canton Akron Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with 0 w a r a a and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with b amp East and West at Newcomerstown with 0 a St l East and West at Dover with cd a w and 0 and a North and East at Valley Junction with in a l e and Valley Ray. W k Richards Geum a pass age to a. Wikoff Gen manager. Valley railway. In effect december 1888. Going South. Stations. Going North. No. 3. No. 7. No. 4. No. 6. 1115am 415pm a Cleveland a 9 24am 230pm 12.02pm 5 08 Peninsula. 9 03 1 42 12 30 5 37 Akron. 8 55 1 15 1 28 6 33 Canton. 7 55 i12 15 2 15 7 25 a Val a Jet la 7 0c ,1130a to business directory. Prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office n tie Mclane Block now Philadelphia Ohio or m. S. Vail dentist. Centre Block new Philadelphia Ohio. Office Over citizens National Bank. 44yl John w. Nix in m. I physician and surgeon. Office on South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by or. Tinker. 51yl Rev. Keeler and mrs. Rebecca Ulman of Carroll county have sued Daniel Gaumer editor of the Zanesville signal for lib it 1, in the sum of $10,000 each and also j. V. Lawler editor of the Carroll chronicle Lor $7,0o0. They must have suffered greater damage to character in Muski Ngum county than in Carroll. This reported escapade went the rounds of the press and the reverend will have a Lively time harvesting his damages. Or. Lawler has endeavoured to set the parties straight before the Public and was not actuated by malice in the first ice. The damages will not make any Man wealthy. And now it is said by members of the legislature that the $1 military poll tax Bill was passed without Reading its contents this is additional evidence of fraud. Suppose it was Quot read by title a was it not printed time and again and copies furnished to each member at a robber Cost of $500 to the taxpayers of the state ? did gov. Cooper sign it without Reading the Bill was intended to be a fraud upon the people of the state. The Boodle members of the legislature would perform a commendable Public service if they would go into their corrals and commit Hari Kari in chinese press. Brother Wilson it strikes us very forcibly anti r Reading the above that Colorado is a Republican state hence we would naturally inquire Why she has fallen from Grace of course it is possible for even Quot Angels have fallen. John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public. New Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business of promptly attended to its Tuscarawas and adorning counties. Office up stairs opposite court House on North Broadway. 47yl j. Ii. Booth. Attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Camuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to Iii care in Tuscarawas a Larrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second floor. The sensation of the week in la Hrichus Ville is the newspaper Deal now in Progress Between j. E. Graham of the Tuscarawas chronicle and a. Ii. Stoutt of the Rich Ood Gazette. It seems these gentlemen Are to Trade papers Graham leaving Uhrichsville for Rich Wood Union county to edit and publish the Gazette and Stoutt coming to Uhrichsville to manage the chronicle. It is a great scheme. We done to know who originated it but its a wonderful transaction. Who would have thought it that Jim Graham would Ever have swapped off the Tuscarawas chronicle the Quot leading Republican paper of Tuscarawas county a for an Independent paper in a Small country town like Richwood but its the unexpected that often happens. And we Are not to be surprised at anything now a Days especially after a Deal like this. We Hope the Exchange will be satisfactory ally round. We feel pretty sure it will to the Large majority of the people of Uhrichsville. But How the people of Richwood will like the prize they have drawn m the Enterprise we Are not Able to say. The Exchange is to be made we understand in a few Days. A Dennison paragraph the editor of the new Philadelphia times is zealously advocating the voting of a tax of $40,000 upon the people of new Philadelphia to encourage and build up Industrial establishments in our midst. That is All right but it strikes us that the times Many a views on this question Are in direct conflict with the position he has taken heretofore on the Tariff question. He has proclaimed in season and out of season for years that Quot the Tariff is a tax and that any duty or tax above what is merely needed to meet the necessary actual expenses of the govern int economically administered is unjust unnecessary and burdensome. He has denounced in terms Only measured by his command of language a Tariff for Protection of american industries and now he is furiously advocating a tax that is absolutely unnecessary and unjustifiable except on the very same grounds that a protective Tariff tax is justifiable. We Are glad to record the conversion of the editor of the times to the doctrine of taxation for the Protection and up building of Home industries. Certainly what is Good for new Philadelphia As a town is Good for the United states As a nation. We Are in favor of a protective Tariff the democracy Call it a tax in its widest ramifications throughout our whole country As Well As in new . The above sugar coated article from the advocate of last week looks a Little As though the editor was opposed to taxing the town for Industrial improvement. If so he should be Brave enough to come out and say so instead of grasping for such a Quot far fetched idea As a comparison with National Protection and thus get in his Back handed blows at the proposed improvements for the town. There is no More comparison Between the Quot Home improvement proposition and Protection than there is Between a Mountain and a mole Fiill. Improvement to the town is advocated on the principle of Benefit to All upon whom the lax Falls As Well As for Many who pay no taxes and consequently includes the masses. Beside it does not Debar other towns from doing likewise and is therefore no restraint upon any town or Community. We simply go upon the principle of coming in As a competitor in the marts of Trade. Not so with Protection As advocated by the Republican party. The Republican idea of Protection is to shut the Gates again our neighbors and encourage Home manufacturing to an abnormal degree by High Protection and depend wholly upon Home consumption for a Market. The Folly comes in by creating High prices to the consumer who compose the masses of the people without any corresponding Benefit whatever and the Protection tumbling into the pockets of the few the Rich capitalist and monopolist while the taxes Are paid in the Way of Tariff by the poorer classes. It is about ninety per cent of the people taxing themselves for the Benefit of the other 10 percent. Of no we have not changed you have failed in comparison. We say take the Tariff off of lumber and give the millions who need it cheap lumber even if it does squeeze the dozen or so millionaires like Alger of Michigan who own the forests of the United states. Yes we say give the Labouring classes and Farmers cheaper clothing by reducing the Tariff on manufactured goods. Give the poorer classes cheap r carpets and not require them to pay twice the duty on such goods As they use that is paid on the Fine carpets used by the Rich. Your party is in Advance of you or. Editor and is advocating a reduction of the Tariff in the interest of the masses. If you done to hurry up you will be left without a party. You May Call this Home improvement what you please but come out and join us in pushing new Philadelphia to the front and a Wise and conscientious people will approve and applaud your efforts. The weeks doings. The opera House to night. You can go every night this week. Go to matinee saturday afternoon. The k. Of Dance on last Friday evening was a grand Success both financially and socially. There will be regular preaching services at the Baptist Church in this City commencing sunday morning March 23, 1890, by the pastor Rev. John Burke. The weeks doings. Personal mention. Married by Rev. J. R. Keyes at the Exchange hotel March 12, James e. Gardner and miss Addie Granfell both of Royal Miss Edith Dearborn entertained a number of her lady and gentlemen friends at whist last Friday evening. For Sale or trade�?100 acres of Good land in Holt county Nebraska. Would Trade for property in or near new Philadelphia. Title perfect. Call on the editor of the times. Of mrs. George Knisely of North third Street after a lingering illness of consumption died sunday evening at 5 o clock. She leaves a husband and fan july of several children. She was buried on tuesday. The family have the sympathies of Many friends and acquaintances. Or. Robert a. Johnson the gentleman who is to superintend the construction of the Street railway called on us monday morning. We were pleased to make his acquaintance. He informs us that the company has already purchased ties and rails for the Road and that work will commence As soon As the weather will permit. Or. Alonzo b. Seran of new Cumberland died on the 13th inst. Of lung trouble. He was a Young and Active Man beloved by All his acquaintances. He is a brother of mrs. John s. Graham and mrs. Judge Albaugh of Canton. He was married within the past year to a lady in Pittsburgh. Heyoung wife is left to mourn his untimely departure. He was an Active worker in the Republican party. He will be missed by Many friends and acquaintances. The Clair Tuttle dramatic company opened their weeks engagement at the opera House last night. The play produced was the Beautiful four act drama Mamble Heath. The House was Well filled and everyone was Well pleased with the performance. Tonight they will produce the comedy ferry Waif with All the original scenery Etc. Everyone attending during the week will receive a Chance on a Beautiful easy chair and the Price of admission is Only 15, 25 and 35 cents. A very Plant Surprise party occurred on monday evening last at the residence of or. George Barnett on North Walnut Street in Honor of or. And mrs. Griffith who left the following Day for Canton where they intend to make their future Home. About thirty friends and relatives joined in the festivities of the occasion but As we were unable to attend Only by Quot regrets a cannot give full particulars but All there agree in saying it was a very enjoyable affair. Or. And mrs. Griffith carry with them to their new Home the Well wishes of Many friends Here and the times extends congratulations. Moving time has already arrived the first loaded caravan passed Down Street to Day. We will scarcely know where to find our friends. Or. Meyers and family move into the or. J. Dixon property. Or. Spence and family into the Patterson Homestead. Or. Kinzie into their own Home. Or. Loutz Nhei Zer who has been living in Uhrichsville will occupy their own residence. Or. Allen Knisely will occupy his own Home on West Ray Street. Or. Henry Bowers into the new House of or. Newman West Ray Street. Messes. To. Strickmaker John Schoch and Snyder move into their new Homes on North Broadway. The Many friends in this City of or. John Rice were painfully surprised to learn of his death on saturday morning last at the Central House in canal Dover. Or. Rice to ail appearances was a healthy robust Many a picture of heal Tii. A few weeks ago he was taken with the Grippe while at canal w. Holland is sole agent in unrich Ville for cases Barley malt Rich and pure it is a Fine tonic for the weak and feeble. It strengthens the lungs. 9w4 if you have any real estate or chattels to sell Call on the editor of the times. We charge a Liberal commission when sales Are made. No charge for advertising when we act As agent. If you want to Purchase property Call and see us. We Hope our patrons will kindly remember our terms�?$1.00 per year in Advance or $1.50 if not paid within six months after due. Some thing hard when we put on the extra fifty cents but we need our Money and can not let others have the use of it for nothing. For Good building lots Well located in the City of Wichita is. Would Trade for town property in new Philadelphia or canal Dover or for land in Tuscarawas county. A bargain for any one wanting to go West. For particulars inquire of Samuel Moore agent. Of notice to democrats. Notice is hereby Given to the qualified democratic electors of the incorporated Village of new Philadelphia Ohio that on saturday the 29th Day of March a. D., 1890, Between the hours of 6 of clock And 8 of clock M., a primary meeting will be held at the mayor s office in said Village for the purpose of Nutting in nomination one candidate for mayor one for clerk one for treasurer three for councilmen one for marshal and one for Street commissioner. Many democrats. Notice to the Public. Mrs. Jacob Miller having taken the Stock of grocer it s of her deceased husband at the appraisement will continue the business at the old stand where a full line of fresh groceries and provisions will always be found at Bottom prices. There has for a Long time been Over $8,000 Worth of China and fancy Ware crockery Etc., kept Iii Stock which i now wish to reduce and will offer the same to our patrons at Cost. We earnestly solicit All our former patrons to Call and see us at the old place of business. 12w2 mrs. Jacob Miller. Happy hoosiers. Or. Jesse Spence is in n. P. Or. And mrs. De. Arnold were Down Here for the Sabbath. Or. Black of this City spent several Days m Cleveland last week. Charlie Mackaman is Home Zanesville business College. From miss Dora Holloway of Canton is the guest of miss Clara Custer. Or. S. Of Donnell and c. C. Welty were in Canton and Cleveland this week miss Carrie Niles entertained a number of her Young friends saturday eve. Mis3 Kittie Gross of Dennison visited her sister in this City miss Fannie last sunday. Messes. Cooper and Richards of our City assisted in the Dover concert Friday Rev. Michael Williams is quite ill of the Grippe and confined to his room. We sincerely Hope he May recover. Or. L. Hull of Pueblo Colorado arrived in this City Friday morning in time to attend the funeral of his eldest daughter mrs. Lola Harris. Rev. E. A. Williams son Freddie who has been quite ill of dropsy is getting along quite Well under the treatment of or. Baker of Gnadenhutten. Misses Mary Hardman Carrie Ganz Man Minnie Fox Maude Creel and masters Bob Scott will Hill John Judy de Collier and Carl Creel All of Uhrichsville attended the Large party Given by miss Daisey Dodd this City. Or. Henry Doerschuk of Canton a former resident of this City was in town last monday shaking hands with his Many friends Here and gave us a Call renewing his subscription into �?T91, saying he Quot could not get along without the thank you Henry for the compliment. Or. W. Mathews the portrait Painter has returned to the City after a prolonged visit West of the All Ghames and is again occupying his old studio quarters room 35 Corcora building. At present he is engaged m executing commissions while in Ohio and Newyl Ork Washington Star March 8th. From Zoar. The week was made very disagreeable by rain and an occasional Snow storm. Mrs. Zahner of Shanesville spent a few Days with her daughter miss Minnie. The men worked until ten of clock at night several times last week taking out ice a thinking it would to their last Chance to get it this Winter they also worked nearly All Day sunday. Simon Beiter jr., took an afternoon instead of morning a a dip a on sunday. While helping to saw ice he slipped and fell into the water. Very agreeable we imagine it to be to fall into the water now a Days when a Quarter of a mile from Home. Harry Burkhart from Canton spent sunday with his parents or. And mrs. Sebastian Burkhart. We noticed Christ. Rieker of Bolivar in town sunday. Elmer link and his sister spent sunday in town the guests of miss Elma Kne Merline. Or. And mrs. Ben. Beiter Are delighted Over the arrival of a Little daughter. We extend congratulations. Mrs. Smith and daughter Lena Are ill with the Grippe. Prof. Zigler spent a Day in our town last week. Or. David Nolter spent a few Days with or. And mrs. Henry link. One Day last week the employees of the flouring Mill were startled by a terrible screaming. Thinking some one was drowning they hastened to the River Only to find they had been roused from their work by some school boys about a Quarter of a Nile Distant who were lying the Power of their lungs. Those boys Are not suffering of consumption we imagine and we congratulate them on their splendid voices. Anon. From Zoar. Reduced rates to the West Varia lines. Via Pennsyl tie editor of the advocate has been Riding his old political Quot Bossy almost to death the last three weeks. 11 is frantic efforts have seared his conscience against truth and common decency in politics. One tiling that harrows his political soul so deeply was the hiring of a democratic night watch. He says the Council went so far As to award the Job to the highest bidder because he was a Democrat. That he knows was false and the City records prove it. The fact is the lowest bidder was a Democrat and again there were two bids higher than Reardon a bid and Reardon was supported by one Republican member of the Council which elected him for one Democrat voted for a Republican and Reardon could not have been elected without a Republican vote. This the editor of the advocate Well knows. Lover and never recovered from it. He surely presumes that the Republic other complications set Mas is usual win. Timmons postmaster of Ida vile Indiana writes Quot electric bitters has done More Tor me than All other medicines combined for that bad feeling arising from kidney and liver John Leslie Farmer and Stockman of same place says Quot find electric bitters to be the Best kidney and liver Medicine made me feel like a new j. W. Gardner hardware merchant same town says electric bitters is just the thing Tor a Man who is All run Down and done to care whether he lives or Dies he found new strength Good appetite and Felt just like he had a new lease on life. Only 50 cents a bottle at . Miller amp songs drug store. Resolutions of respect. Important state auditor. Court of common pleas. Houses for Sale. A number of desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Enquire at times office. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by f. C Miller a son. 6y2 notice of appointment. Ti1e undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified As Assignee in Trust for the Benefit of creditors of Amos Tuscarawas county Ohio. John d0ersc1iuck. March 10,1390. Ilw3 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. I salesmen to sell our Choice Nursery Stock. A All goods guaranteed first class. Good salaries and expenses or a Liberal commission paid. No experience necessary. Write Lor terms give age and secure \ our Choice of territory. G. L. Knight amp co., Laws 100 Park ave., Rochester n. Y. The St. Paul Pioneer press the Ablest and most inti entail Republican journal in the great agricultural Region of the Northwest has been driven to speak out in this manner Quot lighten the Load of taxation and i give him the Farmer at least a fair Chance in the race with his favored and j protected Brothers engaged in other in j destries. That he has a right to do j Mand and the logic of the situation i will Force him to demand it in no us i certain tones. What to him Are duties on Grain and on hens eggs which sapi j ent congressmen Are now figuring out ? lie knows that if there was a Tariff of $1,000 per Bushel on wheat his crop would not bring him in a Nickel More. But he has a right to say that if lie must sell in a cheapened Market he shall not be compelled to buy in a Market where prices Are artificially High. He has a right to first consideration. And it is his privilege to declare that in this age when the tremendous development of industries and of facilities for transportation have turned the world into one common Field and common workshop his Protection shall not be subject to the fierce Competition while that which lie purchases is shielded by the imposition of unnecessary duties. The Day of making tiie Farmer the Universal beast of Burden has gone 1>3t. The Day for helping his depressed estate by lightening to the safety limit the taxes that he pays indirectly for everything he wears and uses is at hand. We can help him through the trials of tiffs economic revolution in this Way and in no other. And lie himself has at his command a Power to compel Relief which we do not believe he will allow to rest much longer in cans of new Philadelphia Are very ignorant or he would not practice such partisan clap trap on them. Again the Council hired a Republican for marshal at a Good round salary. How does that Bear the editor out in ins partisan howl. Of no. The editor of the advocate is never moved by partisan motives let us see. A few years ago the Council which had a majority Republican had occasion to appoint a City solicitor. There were three applicants two republicans and one Democrat. The Democrat received the majority of the votes and was appointed to fill the office. The editor of the advocate ranted through the columns of his paper and on the Street and thrashed on All sides with his party lash until he induced mayor Campbell and his Republican Council to repeal the ordinance creating the office of Cir a solicitor there being no other Way at that stage of the proceedings to get rid of the democratic solicitor indeed a jewel and never found in the conduct of the Ever modest editor or the advocate. The administration of mayor Mcgregor and the present Council will compare with any Republican administration in the town. Republican member s of past councils and w hich were majority Republican accused certain past Republican administrations of Gross misrule and you know it or. Editor. Quot Pluck the Mote from thine own Eye and then you can see clearly to Pluck it from thy brother a the a political plums have been divided even Between the parties and when you i Pluck that Mote from thine own Eye you can see the truth of it. With that disease which caused a fatal termination. Or. Rice was a Good citizen and an Active business Man having been engaged in Selling agricultural implements for several years. Lie was a candidate for sheriff at the Republican convention. He was a brother of mrs. John ii. Kinsey of this City and Nephew of prof. Forney. Iii funeral took place on monday of this week. The town of canal Dover took on a Hustle last week and while Labouring under her progressive spirit offered the Reeves Brothers $30,000, As local Aid to erect a new steel Mill at their town of sufficient capacity to employ two Hundred men. The Reeves Brothers took the matter under advisement and on Friday last accepted the offer. The new Plant is to be erected in the tits Between the railroads so that All the roads can have Access to it. As a part of the consideration to the town the messes. Of consistency thou Art j evets arc t0 erect an Iron Bridge Over the River to lie controlled by the town a to be used for Railroad purposes free to All roads that would need to use it. This is to afford Competition in freighting to the Iron Mills. This is a very Liberal offer. It remains to be seen whether the people of Dover will vote the Bonds to carry out the project but it is fair to presume they will As the Dover people Are bound not to be outdone by new Philadelphia. Our people need not be discouraged As our $40,Coo will be used to secure three or four manufacturing institutions that will be of the most possible Benefit to our town. Let everyone support the measure. Plenty of offers will be presented in due time. New Philadelphia is bound to Advance regardless of what our neighbors Are Castle Hall Viola Lodge no. 313, k. Of p., new Cumberland Ohio. J whereas death with his relentless hand has taken from Earth one of our most Active members and created a sadness within our midst because of tiie prominent vacancy occurring thereby and believing that when a worthy brother Falls into an eternal sleep our tributes to his character and our reverence for the Man Are the Only returns we can offer for one share in the heritage of his Friendship Charity and Benevolence we do hereby concur in the following resolved that first of All we Bow in Humble submission to Quot him who doth All things Well a and with reverence drape our charter thirty Days. Resolved that in the death of brother a. B. Iserman the Lodge sustains the incalculable loss of a persistent worker and a Loyal Knight his wife the privation of a devoted husband and hi3 friends the Trust of a trustworthy citizen. And be it further resolved that a copy of these resolutions be submitted to the wife of our deceased brother also forwarded to two of our county newspapers for publication and the original to be spread upon tickets at greatly reduced rates Are now on Sale at the ticket office of the Pennsylvania lines West of Pittsburgh to Kansas City Omaha Denver Pueblo St. Paul Minneapolis and other important Western Points. Persons contemplating a trip to the West or Northwest will find it to their advantage to Confer with an agent of the Pennsylvania lines before purchasing tickets. Quick time the Best accommodations the fewest changes of cars and baggage checked through to destination. Prompt connections through the Union depots at Chicago and St. Louis. For full information Call upon or write to the nearest passenger or ticket agent of the Pennsylvania lines. 12w2 National educational association. The National educational association and Council of education have decided to hold their next annual convention at St. Paul minn., july 4th to 11th, 1890. The committee on transportation for the state of Ohio has selected the great Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul railway As the Quot official line from Chicago to St. Paul and return. Halt rates will be made to All teachers and their friends. For All full and detailed information communicate with supt. C. C. Davidson state manager Alliance Ohio. Alwg for Sale or Trade. In Justice to your readers permit me the use of your valuable columns in making some corrections regarding several items of correspondence from our Little Village which recently appeared in the times signed the Story about the Quot Uhren Machery is greatly exaggerated and partly not True. The facts Are that a certain Young Man who was in the employ of the society received a message from his father in Germany calling him thither and he kindly offered his services to engage several Young girls to be employed in the hotel should he Chance to find any seeking employment on his arrival at Castle Garden new y Ork. The Man in question would have scorned the idea of any Reward even had it been proffered As it was simply a matter of kindness towards the society on his part. The audacity of said correspondent Wiio is neither a resident of Zoar nor a member of the society in purporting to give reliable news concerning our Little Village Ami pleases to Call or. Zimmerman a your cashier a and the saw Millers Quot our labourers a is indeed ridiculous if not arrogant. It ill becomes said correspondent whoever he or she May be to cast a reflection on the fact of or. Zimmerman playing Ball for about half an hour on a certain saturday afternoon when but a few months since the society of which he is a member passed a very flattering verdict As to his love of pleasure before work by electing him so to speak unanimously to one of the most arduous and responsible official positions in the society. Or. Zimmerman has at least Learned to mind his own business which the correspondent who pleases to sign Quot anon a has evidently yet to learn. Harry. Columbus March 13,1890. To county auditors the meeting of the county auditors of the state held in this City on tuesday and wednesday of this week was perhaps the largest gathering of auditors Ever held there being seventy five of the eighty eight present. This meeting was in response to acir Cular letter issued from this office on March 1st, and was for the purpose of conferring together in reference to the decennial appraisement of real estate and to consider the Best Mode of arriving at a True and impartial valuation thereof. So Large an attendance on the part of the county auditors indicates at once that so far As they Are interested in this matter they Are disposed to do their duty. The conference after a full interchange of opinions and All Given a Chance to express their views on the subject unanimously adopted the following Resolution resolved that it is the sense of the county auditors assembled that it is their duty to instruct the real estate i and the personal property assessors to value the real estate and chattel prop i erty at its True value in Money according to the Law and the Constitution of the state and All pledge ourselves to carry out the spirit and intent of this Resolution in both its Legal and moral sense. At this conference it was clearly shown that if there should be any mistakes made As to the re appraisement of the real property of the state it will not be on account of Lack of information or knowledge of the duties to be performed but a refusal on the part of those entrusted with this important work to perform their duty. At this conference it was the opinion of the auditors in their respective counties with rare exception that the District assessors would perform their duties As defined in Section 2792, revised statutes. This being the Case there should be no mistrust on the part of the county officials of one county or one Section of the state that the officials of some other county or Section of the state will not perform their duties As they have sworn to do. All present without exception were of the opinion that this conference of county auditors would result in the object sought namely to obtain a fair equitable valuation of real estate and that it was practicable to appraise the same at its True value in Money. 12w2 e. W. Poe auditor of state. Proceedings. Waked i p effectually. A lethargic dormant condition of the liver is hardly to be overcome with drastic cathartic and nauseous Chola rogues. A gentler pleasanter and far More effective Means exists of arousing the Organ when somnolent. This is Hostetler a stomach bitters vouched for by the medical fraternity tested by the Public for Many j ears. A resumption by the biliary Organ of the secretive function with the Active attendant upon health a return to regularity of the bowels and a renewal of digestion Are no less Happy and certain results of using the bitters systematically. Its laxative t Fleet is never painful and drenching its tendency being rather to perpetuate regularity than to produce a copious action. Malaria nervousness debility kidney troubles and neuralgia subdues effectually. 10w4 dismissed. Charles Welty v Eliza Ward. Jemima Brown y Robert h. Brown. George d. Garrabrandt v Eliz. Garra Brandt. Ohio on complaint of Ann Beers v George Walter. Elmira Yingling v Emanuel Yingling. Robert Carpenter v Addie a. Carpenter. Sarah Minnich v we. Minnich. Charles w. Raine Burgh v Sarah j. Rain Burgh. Amanda Collins v j. Delbert Collins. We. B. Brown v new Philadelphia i. F. Lodge. John Felz Paugh v Emma Felz Paugh. Ohio on comp of Alice Stocker v Samuel Baird Nancy Mcintire v Nora Roberts. Philip Cummings v Lewis r. Patterson. Cases settled. We. Adams v v. J. Superick. B. Penn Yard v Dover school Board. Gottlieb Morer v Samuel Vogel. Jacob Gephart v Philip Dupper. Jacob c. Shull v Thomas j. Evans. Defendant to plead. City Bank v Joshua f. Hensel it Al. James a. Thompson v Rebecca l. Morris. Harrison Kail v Bentley Burdette the John Church co. V j. Longshore. Levi d. Dunlavy v Russell amp co. Plaintiff to plead. Samuel Stettler v we. H. Swihart. Alex. Mccullough v Robertl. Morris. J. L. Dinning v Phoenix ins. Co. John Newport v Oliver Rosenberry. John Newport v same. Jacob Zimmerman v Ellsworth Brick. Sands Kummell v John Zebold or. Martha Meredith v Ii. Read it Al. Michael Weidman v Edward Hose mond. Motions and demurrer. Julia ii. Dutton v Joseph a. Win Spear motion and demurrer of defendant overruled Case assigned for trial april 1g, 1890. Annie Mcmillen v Anna Graham to give Security by april 20. Mary c. Bontrager v John Bontrager plaintiff to give Security in 30 Days. Brice amp Goss v the Brock Hill Coal company. Judgments. John Garrabrandt v Brock 11 ill Coal company for defendant for costs against plaintiff. Robert Render v m. I. Skeels jury withdrawn Case dismissed at plaintiff is costs. James b. Flames amp sons v Stephen Craig. Dennison building and loan co is Foster w. Moore. George Johnson v John Hoover it Al. Decrees. In matter of m. E. Church Gena Den Hutten to contract. We. A. Shepton v Nellie France. Cases continued. Kate Ann Forney v Victor Linig. Elmira Horton v George h. Horton. Anna Stuber v William Stuber. Amanda e. Stemple v w. F. Roby. Lucy Ann Ililda v James b. Gray. Catherine Groff v Fred. Schmidt. Poor humanity. A Good 40 acre tract of improved land in Norton county Kansas five Miles from Railroad. Also a 40 acre Timber claim 2 acres planted in Forest Trees. Will Trade for Small farm or Stock or town property. Call at the times office. Announcement. From port Washington. I. Armstrong of Indianapolis was in town for a few Days last week. A. A. Fradenburg was in Cleveland last week on business. George Riley and family will move to West Lafayette this week where he will be employed As Telegraph operator. Several of or. U. A. Will attend the instituting of a new Council at Cambridge this week. Harry b. White of Toledo G. C. Of the grand Lodge i. G. T., state of Ohio gave a series of four lectures Here on the loth Lgth and 17th, for the Benefit of the Lodge at this place. A. P. Ril fool. Assignment of court cases. 232. 233. 23fi. 238. 154. The common lot is one of sorrow say a at least the pessimists they who look at the worst Side. Certainly what would otherwise be a Bright existence is often shadowed by some ailment that overhangs it like a pail obscuring perpetually the radiance that else would Light the path. Such an ailment and a very common one is nervousness or in other words weakness of the nervous system a condition Only irremediable where inefficient or improper Means Are taken to relieve it. The concurrent experience of nervous people who have persistently used Hostetler a stomach bitters is that it conquers entirely us per sensitiveness of the nerves As Well 342. As diseases so called which Are invited and sustained by their chronic weakness. As the nerves gain stamina from the great tonic the trouble disappears. Use the bitters for malaria rheumatism Billiou Ness and kidney troubles.40-gw4 our records. March 15, 1890. Alvin Waltz j. S. Hindman a. B. Wingate committee. The tax inquisitor of Seneca county is after Charlie Foster our famous cd governor. Foster has Only returned $25,000 for taxation while he is said to be Worth $2,500,000. He is calling on the millionaire vote catchers to furnish a list of his assets to adorn the chronicle. Or. Ottman formerly of Newyl Ork now the celebrated examining physician of the France medical and surgical Institute Columbus Ohio by request of Many friends and patients has decided to visit new Philadelphia monday March 31st. Consultation and examination free and strictly confidential in the private parlor of the Sherman House one Day Only. The doctor is prepared to treat patients 011 the latest scientific principles. Iii practice is constantly increasing and is undoubtedly larger and More extensive than any other specialist m the United states. Of More than Ordinary skill in his profession he has a heart full of sympathy that at once gives encouragement to his patient who knows that he will cure him if it is within the possibility of human skill to do so. Lie makes a specially of chronic diseases and from Many years of experience is Able to successfully diagnose a Case without asking questions which seems wonderful to patients and even to physicians who have not the faculty them doing. It is said the Reeves Brothers j selves. Thousands of people through editor times please announce my name As a candidate for Street commissioner subject tvs the decision of the democratic primary to be held soon in new Philadelphia. Elijah Landis. Chases Barley malt whisky absolutely pure. Chases Barley malt whisky Rich and excellent. Chases Barley malt whisky strengthens the lungs. Chases Barley malt whisky aids digestion. A. Bippus son sole agents for new Philadelphia. Ilw4 for Sale in the town of Phillipsburg a Good business House two Story Frame 22x32, with a two Story addition 8x20, in Good location in the town. The lot is Good. Good Point for hardware store or other merchandise. Will sell for $700 Cash. For further particulars inquire of s. Moore agent new Philadelphia Ohio. Of a splendid dwelling property for Sale a lot ggx2g4 feet. Good dwelling of eight rooms two Halls slate and tin roof Good cellar Good out Kitchen barn buggy shed Corn crib Etc., and a splendid variety of fruit. Everything for a pleasant Home and on one of the Best streets in the town. Call 011 s. Moore real estate agent new Philadelphia. Of 280. 284. 289. 292. 297. 298. 300. 304. 349. 259. 8. 377. 77. Friday March 21. Morris is Garver. Fike is Fike. Eves is Starkey. Baker is Mineral City. Malone is Malone. Saturday March 22. Turner is Turner. Rhodes is Rhodes. Clark is Clark. Graham is Kurtz. Smith is Smith. Merchant is merchant. West is West. Monday March 24. Maloy is Dennison. Smith is Smith. Holshoy is Davis. Tuesday March 25. Krupps is Dennison. Buehler is Lohman it Al. Thursday March 27. Everett is Everett. Pfeiffer is Ganzman it Al. Real estate transfers. For building lots i at West end of fair Street new Phila i 7 j Delphia near new school House site representative Benfer has introduced a Bill to regulate the rate of interest. A copy of his Bill is As follows a Bill to Amend sections 3179 and 3181 of the revised statutes. Section 1. Re it enacted by the general Assembly of the state of Ohio that Section 3179, As amended May 4, 18g9, and see. 3181, As amended May 4, e8g9, be so amended As to read As follows Sec. 3179. The parties to a Bond Bill promissory note or other instrument of writing for the forbearance or payment of Money at any future time May stipulate therein for the payment of interest upon the amount thereof at any rate not exceeding Sec per centum per annul payable annually. Go v. 91, u0 Sec. 3181. In cases other than those provided for in the two preceding sections when Money becomes due and payable upon any Bond Bill note or other instrument of writing hereafter made upon any Book account or settlement hereafter made Between parties upon All verbal contracts hereafter entered into and upon All judgments decrees and orders of any judicial tribunal for the payment of Money arising out of a contract hereafter made or other transaction which hereafter occurs the creditors shall be entitled to interest at the rate of Jive per cent per annul and 110 More. Section 2. That the said original sections 3179 and 3181, amende <1 As aforesaid be and the same Are hereby repealed and this act shall take effect on its passage. Drunkenness liquor habit. In All the world there is but one cure or. Lla incs Golden specific. It can be Given in a cup of Tea 01 compiled in tiie off Cerf the recorder of deeds Samuel Sci Nalup to j. A. I. Richards Coffee without the knowledge of the lot 2 new in Hila Delphiia $175. Person taking it effecting a speedy and permanent cure whether the patient is a moderate Drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of drunkards have been cured who have taken the Golden specific in their Coffee without their knowledge and to Day believe they quit drinking of their own free will. No harmful effects results from its administration. Cures guaranteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Address in Confidence Golden specific co., 185 race Street Cincinnati 40yi remarkable Rescue. For and Small tracts on Dover Road. Cheap lots 011 easy terms very cheap Long time Small Cash pay j dwellings farms Etc. Have made a proposition to erect a Bolt and nut works Here if we give some local Aid. This is a matter that will be looked into and considered. There Are Many branches of manufacturing just As Good As a steel Plant. Out Ohio Pennsylvania and Newyl Ork attest Iii successful treatment. Over j 300 patients visited the Institute the first three Days of last week and a great majority were new patients. Consultation free and strictly confidential. Merits. John a. Himes a 42tf Philip Gintz breeder of thoroughbred Wyandotte chickens. Eggs or Sale at 50 cents per 13. Address Tuscarawas O., Tuscarawas county Gw8 f. Office in Mcclane Block. Romig. 46tf Sec the Quot add of Geo. W. Lippus administrator of Jacob Bippus deceased of Sale of real estate april 19tu. Mrs. Michael curtain Plainfield 111., the statement that she caught cold which settled on her lungs she was treated for a month by her family physician but grew worse. He told her she was a hopeless victim of consumption and that 110 Medicine could cure her. Her druggist suggested or. Kings new discovery for consumption she bought a bottle and to her Delight found herself Beneti Ted from first dose. Sin continued its use and after taking ten bottles found herself sound and Well now does her own housework and is As Well As she Ever was. Free trial bottles of this great discovery at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store Large bottles 50 cents and $1.00. Beware of contractors who advise you not to have plans and specifications made for your House. You will always secure a better Job of work from regular plans and thus save much More than the Cost of same and have More artistic j Beauty and better proportions for the j same Money. You can have such work i done by calling on s. Laitin no. 4, East Avenue new Philadelphia Tus i Caracas county Ohio. 12w4 the Zoar society to Zeb. P. Sparks go acres Sandy $1. Rachel Hixon to f. Rosenbery it Al 57 acres Auburn $4,275. John Hanlon to Mary Hopkins lot 181, Uhrichsville $,1,500. J. Ii. Porcher to Philip w. Harper lot 33, port Washington $g5. Horace Cole to Sarah Merrick lots 28, 29 and 30, Pike run $910. Jacob Neidlinger to Jacob , 1-5 acre Dover $135. We. A. Everett to Eliza j. Everett 1 acre Goshen $350. Abraham Garber to Mcclellan and Marion Wardell h acre Franklin $25 Mary e. Leonhard to Christ. Stoller jr., lot 2, Phillipsburg $380. John w. Palub to Peter Paulig 40 acres Jefferson $3,000. Hiram Peterman to w. J. Hostetter g acres Wayne $165. Susan Peterman it Al to Jas. Scott 30 acres Wayne $1,000. Jas. Scott to Lucy a. Mauk 30 acres Wayne $1,500. Charles s. Johnson to w. K. And Elmer Eckfeld lot 4, Dennison $150. Malinda Baker to Hiram Smiley jr., 1 74-100 acres Wayne $89.61. John Parr to we. Rothacher lot 5, new Philadelphia $350. We. Hill to we. Babbitt part lot 3, new Philadelphia $75. Thos. Walker to Philip Zimmerman of 15, Ragersville $200. Joshua Baker to Ilioram Smiley jr., about 20 acres Wayne township $1,-004.23. Simon ii. Darst to Frederick Graff 71 78-100 acres Goshen $1,960

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