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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - March 21, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new times thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill h , posters and Job every description done 011 Short notice. Your Kavor soul Ted. New Philadelphia the a times Quot advertising rates. Spack. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y r. One Inch. S 1 00 s 2 00 ? 3 00 $ .5 00 three inches. 2 00 5 00 7 Rio 15 00 six inches. 3 00 j so 12 .50 22 .50 half column. 5 00 12 50 22 .50 40 14 one column. 8 00 22 56 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume i new Philadelphia 0., thursday March 21, 1889. Number 13. Business directory. A Chancis Rottino att Gurney at Law and notary Public. Office i n tie Lane Block. New Philadelphia. Ohio. John w n a m. P., phys blah and surgeon. Office 8outh Broadway in tie building formerly occupied l r tinker. 51yi p Parks m. I physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prone pay answered. Office in the Patrick building. South Broadway. Residence two door Stith c a 1 depot 49 John s. Graham. Attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business Tuscarawas and and up stairs opposite promptly attended to in joining counties. Office court House North Broadway. 47yl j ii. Booth attorney at Daw notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court ii oust. North Broadway. 47yl Rew Philadel Platia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor Tell spay Matth �?~41. 1�k�. Lummel ii foe i second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 a a the new times will published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia. Ohio at the following rates Onk year. In Advance .#1.00 in not paid wit Iii three mods 1. remittances should sent draft registered letter Postof Dee order to the address the proprietor. A a address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Whitelaw Reid has been appointed minister to Franco. L amur Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. Ail professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas a Larrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second floor. Joseph p. Murphy a livery amp feed stable . Ohio. First class rigs for All purposes. Office and stable near Railroad depot. Oct. 2=>. 44in6 Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sore ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat j Consemiu at sixteen Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale . Miller i son. 0y2 Jerry Lusk Jen. Harrison a Cabinet was the a a toe path a companion it a Artibel when the latter was a boy. Steubenville folks have raised $35,-000 for the i Wheeling a Lake Erie Road to bring it to that place. Work will begin soon. James a. Rippeth Leesville had his hearing at Carrollton the charge burning his store and was bound Over to court in the sum $2,000. Connecticut has a Law against Selling tobacco to minors. It fixes the age it tines the seller fifty dollars and the purchaser seven dollars. Babcock Hurd. Amp co., wholesale grocers 10 5 a 10? water St., Cleveland. I. 11. Babcock ii. Hurd. Or. Babcock. I. A. Bishop co Hun. Wholesale agents for the Union Cut tree co. Limited new York for the Sale their celebrated Alaroma and Shii la brands roasted Coffee. 2iyi the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. In. T. Missis proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms. Table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with tie House. 45yl t. W. Mcdermott d. V. S., honorary graduate the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats All diseases Domestic animals. Surgery a specially. Horse dentistry neatly Don a. Carious Teeth removed. It pays to keep a horses Teeth in Goon condition. Spavins and ringtones Best treated the actual cautery. Calls Telegraph otherwise promptly an i we red. It office Over Louf Senheiser s drug store new Philadelphia. Ohio 4yl steam engines boilers and machinery. Engines and boilers for Mill. Shop farm in every size and style desired and to suit every purpose. Saw Mills and Wood working and heed Mills. Shafting. Pulleys belting and Mill supplies. Also a Large lot Good second hand engines and other machinery very cheap. Harms machine depot. 97 k 99 first ave., Pittsburgh. A. 4syl Low tourist rates. Baron Rothschild and other English capitalists offered $7,000,000 for Anheuser Busch brewery property in St. Louis wednesday last and tiie offer was declined. The Senate has confirmed the nominations John a. Vasson William . Phelps and George ii. Bates commissioners to the samoan conference at Berlin. The Navy department is informed the arrival the United states Steamer Vandalia at Samoa. Everything reported quiet. The report an engagement Between the vessels was false. Senator Mortley has introduced and had passed in the Senate a Hill compelling boards education to Purchase school books for indigent children and to pay for the same from any fund. The Haley two cent Railroad fare Bill was Defeated in the Senate yesterday. This disposes All the Hills to reduce Railroad fare. Railroad passes have a wonderful influence. The Bill passed the House. For $-17.50 a first class round trip ticket Good fat a 1m Days with top Over privileges can obtains i from St. Paul to great Falls Montana the coming manufacturing Centre the North Iwest. B Al a oniy_95g. Saint Paul and return. Auctions East and South. Rates correspondingly As Low will named to Points Iti Minnesota a and Dakota upon puget sound and the Pacific coast. For further particulars address d. R. Mcginnis trav. Passenger agent Columbus Ohio Ii. Wakun general passenger agent St. Paul Minn. No manufacturing Centre 01 the St Pauu to oniy$50.00 a to Helena am 10 is 1 m�?~1 in 7 in ail to from Points a project is 011 foot to establish a National Confederate soldiers Home at Austin Texas. Contributions Are coming in from All Over the country. Sex president Ila yes has made a contribution to the fund. Sex governor Foster says that a it take much fooling our part to make the legislature democratic and Halstead endorses Foster saying a that is a solid cold Block truth a full foot governor Wilson West Virginia has concluded to Call an extra session the legislature to Settle the contest Between Fleming and Golf. Gov. Wilson will continue in office until the matter is settled. Money to loan first Moi log go farm Security at Low rates interest. Loans Only taken r three years More and for sums so Joo and upwards. Privilege making partial payments More Loans granted and Extension time Given when interest is kept up promptly. No commission and 110 charges for recording mortgages. For further particulars and information address we. Ii. Ross gent agent new Philadelphia Ohio. 42m< october 11, 1sss. The two contending forces in Ilyati arc engaged in a desperate piece butchery. When prisoners Are taken either party they arc put to death. Legitime is the Leader tie government forces and Hypolite leads the rebels. The Island will nearly ruined the War. Go to Montana via the James j. Blaine t. F. Bayard Stephen in Elkins and other Well known politicians Are rapidly pushing their Railroad known As the West Virginia Central toward completion. It runs through the Elk and Kanawha valleys to Charleston. It will one the greatest Coal roads in the United states. The Oaklahoma a a Boomers Are having quite a time it. Several thousand have already settled 011 the lands and staked off claims and Many thousands Are camping the Borders the territory ready to go. The government officials Are driving them Back with soldiers. The president has rot vet pro St. D am inne Pohs the 1 claimed i Molt. It i the profit i e Tirrit is daily out Sho and Manitoba Ray. A magnificent let the people a Oaklahoma lands state. Try Pei id e the in for Settle in however a aptly and lands. 1 he will make a valuable Musj a a the Montan a express a a will inaugurated november 10, 1888. Elegant dining cars drawing room sleepers handsome Day coaches a and free colonist sleepers with Kitchen and lavatory. The Only line to the three great Sirios Montana the wealthy but rather sleepy town Cadiz has just enough the Oil excitement to make the people figuratively speaking prick up their ears. Moral i you want to find Oil natural Gap bore in some hollow close to a wealthy but sleepy town. These sleepy towns arc coming to the front. Let them come. They arc1 brim full Good Money and Good Olum Hus dispatch. New philadelphian bored for Gas and Oil and did not find it. Therefore we must have a live town. Tilt weeks doings. She Tiff Bowers has the mumps. Have your eyes examined doctor Knisely the occultist. The United states hotel at Steubenville burned monday morning. Loss $15,Coo. Ii. L. Strickmaker and wife entertained a few their friends at Tea thursday evening last. Or. James Spence has rented the two Back rooms . Chas. I Loup summer resort and j. H. Boothe the veranda. Rev. Simon Millersburg col legs a brother e. W. Simon this City will preach in the lutheran Church next sunday morning. Go to the Timus office for Sale Hills Large posters. We Are now prepared to get out any sized poster As our press is As Large As any in town at reasonable rates. A Small residence owned a widow lady about one mile Southwest Trenton the Road to lock 17, burned 011 the 13th instant. Total loss. Insurance $400. On saturday last about forty persons gathered at the residence David Kennedy Trenton to celebrate his 84th birthday. Children and grand children were present. The twelve year old daughter Soi Mon Beaber old town fell and broke her right Arm last week. Or. T. W. Richards reduced the fracture and she is doing Well. Or. In. Donavin will deliver his lecture thursday evening March 28, at m. E. Church. Subject a John Brown a ids raid his capture ids trial and his execution. All Are invited. The announcement candidates for office is now in order. Remember that the times has the largest circulation several Hundred any democratic paper in the county. Give us a Call. We Are glad to report that our esteem red Friend mrs. H. E. Espenschied has recovered from a severe illness brought 011 he an Accident that she met with while out driving several weeks ago. Thomas Skeels Union township died tuesday night at 12 clock. We did not learn the cause ids death. He Laboured All the Day. He was a highly respected Farmer and will he missed in his Community. A methodist minister at Cleves Ohio has been arraigned 011 a charge cruelty to animals. He sawed the horns off his heard cattle a few Days ago two them died and others will die. The a icon foil Era the spy a an entertainment Given Home Talent last saturday evening was Well patronized and our Young people deserve great credit for the Nice manner in which it was conducted and played. Frank Brown has had quite an addition put to his grocery store making a very commodious room. Frank is a Clever accommodating fellow and will give you value received for your Money in fresh groceries and provisions. It will pay you to give him a Call. The following marriage licenses have been granted Grin d. Wolf to Clara f. Smutz Frank l. Ito Sunberry to Emma Hoopengarner Robert Ivaldi to Melissa Wallick John m. Baker to Ida Kohr William h. Reidenbach to Mary Jane Fairless Jacob Singer to Emma Mich la Isen. A physician and surgeon the name . Keiswetter has located at Baltic. The doctor is a graduate Germany and came to the United states in 1884, and has been practising Medicine in the state new York with the Best Success and can show some very Nice testimonials and recommendations. Geo. F. Williams this City is the inventor a new Coulee pot which he Calls the great american. It is simple durable and practicable. It steams percolates drips steeps and clarifies the Coffee. It is far Superior to any devise the kind we have Ever seen. He wants agents everywhere. If you Are out employment address him and we predict it will to to your Mutual Benefit. The whole world May against a Man hut the woman who loves him will stand bodily Forward As his companion. No matter How vile a Man May if a woman loves him she sex the week s doings. Or. Knisely treats All diseases the Eye ear and Throat. Deafness resulting from fever colds Catarrh Etc., cured j r. Knisely. The i. Signal office has had reports from eleven vessels which were saved Oil in a late Hurricane off the Bahamas. The times is the Best equipped office in the town for Job work posters Etc. Call and see us in fore ordering your work elsewhere _ mrs. David Judy gave a Tea party to quite a number invited guests thursday evening last. Mrs. L. Ii. Ferguson and mrs. W. A. Hilton Uhrichsville were among the guests. Go to the times office for your Large posters horse Bills and general Job printing. The times office has a new outfit for Job work. All work first class and at fair prices. Death Cal led away from our midst thursday night last . Reed cad Des a Young Man our town. Lie contracted a severe cold which effected his lungs terminating in consumption which soon Drew his ii few a blood away. He was interred Sabbath last. Personal 3ieiitio�. A the heart and miss cad Houpt is visiting in Dover. Lorn to . And mrs. Jacob Eckert a girl thursday last. Or. And mrs. De. Arnold Massillon Are in this City. Or. Grant Mitchell Canton was in our City last Sabbath. William Fickes Goshen is lying very Low heart trouble. M iss Ella Custer slope Dale o., is visiting friends in this City. Frank Coventry Cleveland Slin Dayed with his parents in this City. How i terminated. From Newport. Messes. Scrantz and Weible Dover spent Sabbath in new 1 Philadelphia. Or. John Burri the watch maker is lying seriously ill stomach trouble. The parents Rev. Simon arrived in our City Friday 011 a visit to their son. Alts him to the rank a Semi god and refuses to see the Clay feet her idol. Forsaken All she St in when All others Crown when he aces his when he is clings to him. She still smile Dies she and 0 1 him am s and rever memory As that a Martyr circumstances. God help the Man who in time trouble has not a True and Loving woman to stand ins Side and help him through life a bitter the commissioners Harrison county seem determined to have some Good roads in the county. Lam week they ordered the construction the Cadiz and new Athens Mcadam Zed Road. The assessment goes 011 All the Farmers living within two Miles the Road. It requires a majority vote to authorize the commissioners to order the construction. On thursday last . Milton Baker Tippecanoe silently and cautiously carried Awa v one Goshen townships most charming Young ladies in the person miss Ida Kohr. The contracting parties were made Happy Rev. Cook at his residence. Miss Kohr has lived in the family . Roland Kurtz for several years and is highly respected. Or. Baker May congratulated securing so valuable a prize. They will reside 111 Tippecanoe Harrison county. May health and Prosperity always Crown their efforts is our wish. The marriage . We. Kennedy son j. L. Kennedy this City and miss Lellen mar keel Bolivar is to take place to Day. Near relatives and friends Only will witness the ceremony. The marriage tie will adjusted Rev. Cook. The Bride is a highly respected and accomplished Young lady and a very promising life companion. Or. Will Kennedy we know to a Model Young Man in every respect. We bespeak for the couple a world Bliss and Hap Pinces. They will reside 011 a farm near new Cumberland this county _ . R. K. Dixon who for Many years has been the agent the Pennsylvania company at this place has sold his Beautiful residence 011 North Broadway to James Miler. Or. Dixon has also resigned his position with the company in favor air. Miler who took charge the office monday. We Are sorry to learn that . Dixon is going to leave our City. He has enjoyed the esteem and Confidence our citizens As Well As the company in whose employ he has been for so Many years. We understand he will leave for Kansas where his two sons reside. May Success Crown his efforts in his hew location. Or. Miler has had considerable experience in railroading and will doubtless please the Many patrons the Pennsylvania company. The residence . Rudy Gilgen caught fire tuesday evening and was partially destroyed. The upper Story was completely ruined. The fire company responded promptly and extinguished the fire before the lower Story was burned much. The damage to the House from fire and water will he at least �500. The greater portion the furniture was carried out but was seriously damaged breakage and water. The total loss will about $ >00 $700. The fire is thought to have originated from a defective flue. We did not learn the amount insurance. On last monday the editor the press was delighted to receive a visit from his old Friend lion. Chas. Steese. When we parted in Ohio As friends and neighbors Little did either one us think that after a lapse Nineteen years we would meet As citizens Denver. Or. Steese is now nicely settled in this City with his daughter and son in Law . Brown the electric Light works. Mrs. Steese passed to the a better land a few weeks ago in this c Ity. Or. Steese has just returned from the old Home in new Philadelphia Ohio where with Loving affection he Laid to rest the earthly remains his Well beloved and kind companion. May his last Days hopefully and happily spent Here in sight the inspiring Rockies that lift their fronted Heights toward the stars that Ever serenely smile upon our Beautiful press. George Barnett Canton was visiting friends in this City the first the week. Mrs. L. Carnaham Dennison visited Over sunday with w. Wells this City. Miss Mary Hickson Shanesville is visiting her sister mrs. Nonnan Pratt this City. W e Are sorry to learn that mrs. Lout Senheiser is not Well and Hope for her recovery. _ . John Edie old town Valley has just recovered from a severe attack mumps. Ii. B. Stewart Canton spent Sabbath with Ben Schweitzer and de. Walter this City. Fred Richardson and wife canal Dover spent the Sabbath with his parents in this City. F. R. Tracy wife and son Ralph Bolivar were the guests . Vail and wife Over sunday. R. W. Taylor a prominent attorney new Lisbon was in this City thursday Legal business. Or. And mrs. Fred Leisa Canton Are visiting at the residence . And mrs. John Kuenzli this City. A number our Young people spent saturday evening with miss Lucy Emerson Ashbaught hollow. Or. Cogan took a business trip to Cleveland last week stopping off at Akron and Canton to visit friends. Will Ward who has been visiting his brother j. A. Ward and wife left monday for his Home in new Brighton a. Or. Jacob Degrief returned Sabbath afternoon from Baltimore where he had gone to attend the funeral his brother. Mrs. Simon returned saturday from her trip to see her brother Rev. Zimmerman who is very ill at his Home in Washingtonville Or. Jacob Eisher and wife Victor Iowa who were in attendance at the funeral Margaret Moser returned to their Home monday. We Are glad to Send the times to . Eisher and wish him Prosperity. Ii. T. Stockwell a. Bates a. Beyer B. Harvey Sami. Foltz John Burry g. W. Bowers H. Mathews j. L. Mcilvaine de. Kaldenbaugh a. E. Dear Dorff Jas. Mcfarlane and Bert Mcconnell were in attendance at the funeral we. Ii. Grout Gen. Pass. Agent the c., l. And w. Railway in Cleveland last sunday. From new Cumberland. Struggle 11l Filini for maps and general information inquire your own ticket Ljubor f. I. Whitney gent Pas. And Tkv tags to St. Paul Minnesota. House 33 a for sole a number desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Enquire it times office. The Cadiz people Are very much elated Over the Success Oil Weil no. 2, belonging to the Berea grit company. The Weil was sunk 400 feet and Oil our City is soon to have the nicest Park and race track in the state. The City Council have taken the necessary Steps toward purchasing forty acres known As the Gooding Grove and the Field adjoining. The grounds Are Beautiful and will he a splendid Annex to found in considerable Quantity. The company quietly closed the Well and the town. It is something the town has ordered a Large tank. Last week the Long been in need . There can also tank arrived and was put in position an artificial Lake made with a Small connection was made a two Inch outlay Money. The question will pipe. The Well flowed thirty barrels in to submitted to a vote the people ten minutes. The full capacity the j before Long. The great majority arc in Well is not yet known but it is pro j favor the measure. While it is the bounced a Good one Oil experts. Privilege any one to vote against it they have Only gone a Short distance should carefully considered. New into the Berea Rock and it is believed j cautious in the flow will much stronger when drilled deeper. The Oil is said to an excellent Quality. Other Wells will he sunk. Posing improvements in the town As the Progress our Beautiful City has been greatly retarded 111 time past opposition. The electric Light and Power company Uhrichsville and Dennison has been incorporated with a capital Stock $1g,000. There Are eight incorporator four in each town As follows t. I. Ileal a we. Hill Jas. Cooper i and we. Ii. Smith Uhrichsville i it a. T. H. Wilson. Geo. T. Fleming J Johnson and t. H. Hollcr Dennison j the councils both towns have Grant de the company the privilege erect ing poles placing wires ac., and the i Prospect is that we will have an Cieck Trie Light Plant Here in a Short time owned and managed some our own citizens. The Stock has All been paragraph. We Are glad to see our sister towns alive with a progressive spirit. The electric Light will a grand Good thing in j a benighted town like Uhrichsville and Dennison. It will save some pedestrian from being lost in the mud. The citizens these towns Are go3d Clever folks and we wish them Success. The last few Days has brought Forth the Long Laid away plow which is now being used in turning Over Mother Earth predatory to Spring seeding just Over the line in Carroll county we notice our neighbors Are ahead Tuscarawas Farmers in Early sowing. James Pearch will contest for the honors supervisor against ii. T. Cairns in the coming Spring election. We understand Warren township will lose an energetic citizen in the person ii. Fry. In the Spring time a Young ? Many a fancy lightly turn to thoughts love and Ere Long Dame Rumor declares there will a matting White and Black horses driven the Young wid Ower and widow Cumberland and As the quartet sails at a 2 40 Trot and Pace Many a sigh and envious feeling will take Possession those who Are not so highly blessed and favored. The Maughiman Mill property was purchased Adam Maughiman . The Mill will soon he again in running order. Former patronage solicited. Or. Jesse Lucas has not had the Best health during the past Winter but Sunshine Gladden the old gentleman a heart and coaxes him Forth to enjoy the luxuriant atmosphere. School closed at big fraction March 7th. Or. Roby taught a very successful term school. O. K about eighteen months ago miss Eva Helmick daughter Isaac ill Mick this City subscribed for the paper with the above title the heart and Han published at Chicago. That eventually proved to the first link in a matrimonial Chain although not dreamed miss ill Mick there appeared among other notices one a a lady correspondent wanted a with address amp a. M iss ill Mick with probably a slight degree Romance in her Bifid answered the party. Corresponding Between ladies and gentlemen though unknown has become quite a pastime. Some do it for amusement while others engage in it More seriously. In this Case the gentleman who disclosed his real name j and gave his place residence As sul j Tan City Washington Terri Tor a was i imbued with a spirit frankness and j manifested most Earnest intentions. The correspondence which was kept up regularly ripened into a genuine love affair. Or. Frank m. Sparling the hero our narrative proposed Matrimony. Photographs were exchanged and matters had now assumed it serious phase. Or. Sparling was very fair and disclosed his standing occupation and circumstances which inspired Confidence in miss Helmick. He finally proffered a transportation ticket and the necessary travelling expenses if she would come and investigate for herself and if satisfactory consummate the marriage. Her family and friends thought it rather a venture. So the Money and ticket were returned but correspondence continued. Tie proposition was renewed and accepted. Or. Sparling arranged to meet his a lady love at Seattle Washington territory. On the 4th this month miss Helmick with a Brave heart started her Long journey. On the sixth Day she landed at the appointed place and there met her affianced. After a rest one Day they proceeded to Snohomish a town where . Sparling was Well known and Here miss ii. Had ample Opportunity and availed herself it to satisfy herself his standing which was fully up to his representations that he was a highly respectable Farmer ranch Man As they Call a Tiller the soil there and Worth several thousand dollars in lands. The m. E. Minister we As called and at the hotel tuesday March 12, 18s9, they were married in the presence More than one Hundred Well wishers and friends . Sparling. More than fifty ladies and gentlemen called them the following Day to congratulate them and to wish them a Happy voyage through life. On the third Day after their marriage they started Foa their Home the ranch. Miss Helmick is Well known to the people our City As an intelligent industrious and highly respected lady she comes an old and respected family this county is a Niece the late Hon. We. Helmick member Congress from this District and is in All respects a most estimable lady and Well worthy the hand . Sparling who we have every reason to believe is a perfect gentleman. May their married life Happy. Love is often the Fountain that inspires one with Pluck and bravery As in this Case which we Are pleased to know was crowned with such a promising finale. May their pathway Ever As pleasant and Serene As their chosen clinic the Pacific slope where there is almost perpetual Spring. A marriage rightly understood gives to the tender and the Good a Paradise since the confirmation sex senator Palmer As minister to Spain he has had Long and somewhat mysterious conferences with Secretary Blaine and the president. Their import has been a matter much conjecture but not a single clue could discovered until tonight when it is Learned that the sub i Jet has been the annexation Cuba at least closer commercial relations. It j has been Patent from published interviews with Blaine and hints dropped Harrison that in order to protect the Southern Seaboard states from yellow fever and to Settle he much mooted sugar question the annexation Cuba would necessary. Palmer it is stated has been instructed to Lay the matter before the Spanish government and to use every Means and offer every inducement to secure to this government Cuba Purchase and this failing to negotiate closer commercial relations. A sound logical opinion. The article in the last weeks Issue the Ohio Democrat headed a details a wonderful ghost Story a was deficient in some respects. The first question that would naturally present itself to the Reader the ghost Story is a where was observer and what was he doing the two eventful evenings he makes mention a which to his mind made our Village a scene Romance. Quot was he one the four who so boldly went Forward and acquitted themselves so nobly the first evening returning from the scene mystery and darkness with Cheeks All Pale which but a moment ago blushed at the Praise their own bravery and whispering with White lips a we believe its a ghost we believe its a ghost a and thus filling the minds the superstitious class full Lears and dark forebodings and causing the news to spread this class and none other that a ghost had really been seen in Newport. The question is a was observer one the heroes the first evening was he an Idle Spectator a Looker was he present at the scene mystery the first evening a no. A a observer was at Home and peacefully slumbering his Pillow perhaps dreaming Sweet dreams the future when he should become distinguished because his wonderful literary attainments and should called great among his people because the putting new apparel. Yes he was dreaming 110 doubt that some time in the future these things would come to pass yet never dreaming that the crisis his life was so near at hand that Ere another Twenty four hours should Roll around the greatest aspirations his mind should become a reality that an Opportunity would present itself so soon for the accomplishment his own great aim Viz that gaining notoriety. Now it is not the part a great Man to boast his own achievements and therefore while sir observer was so Liberal in his Praise others for their Noble conduct at the scene mystery he failed to mention his own name because the greatness his mind and the humbleness his heart and we deem it but Justice to that worthy personage to make Public his name As that a hero. For Are not All the great men our nation held up to the Public gaze in connection with the Many Noble deeds they Hove done through the Pressl and so shall it with observer. And it came to pass the second evening the ghost adventure in the Village Newport when the people were gathered together with one Accord that sir observer son Jesse appeared the scene and behold he came apace and Drew near. And when the Light mystery made its appearance again As the first evening the people were amazed and murdered among themselves saying what is this Light that doth so mysterious appear unto us and immediately John b., son sir observer spake unto his father saying father come and i will go with thee and we will seek out this great mystery what it can that we May satisfy the minds the people. But the old Man was sore afraid and he became speechless and was As one that is dumb and it was then that there was smiting together knee joints and the chatter ing Teeth. And there was a woman in the crowd who was not Given to superstition who said unto John b., third son sir observer i will go with thee and they went and behold it was just As sir observer has said the reflecting rays from a neighbors lighted window. Proctor. Court common pleas. Proceedings. Plaintiff to Pleat. Mary a. Kinley v Sarah j. Kurtz. R. A. Deems v William simmers. Temporary injunction allowed. Stamfl w. Maurer v g. W. Miskimens. Defendants to plead. T. D. Healea v Napoleon Kennedy. Susan Wegele v Levi Euck. R. R. Gartrell v John Myers. E. H. Mcgrew v John d. Bailey. Magdalena Anderegg v d. F. Ander decrees for plaintiffs. F. H. Groff trustee v David barn Hisel. Hiram Eckman v Rufus Roth. Eliza j. Milburn v Elizabeth Dallas. John Robinson v George v. Roller. Injunction dissolved a receiver i gets i cared. M. Stoutt v Lydia Lantz. Elizabeth a Whitmere v Ulysses g. Whitmere. Cases settled. John Myers v John Fraelich. W. H. Hemmeger a son v John l. Mckee. Philip Steets v Henry ii. Woodard. By agreement upon arbitration. Criminal. Ohio v Charles Voshall plea not guilty withdrawn and plea guilty to third count indictment entered fined $20 and 30 Days in workhouse. Ohio v George w. Sanders. Ohio v same. Judgment for plaintiffs. Ohio complaint Olive Yoder v Thomas Osborne jury trial guilty fined $300 and costs. Mccarty Brothers y i. G. Dickinson. Ohio complaint Elizabeth i Enzer v John w. Fisher jury trial guilty. In herding v w. If. Herding. Cases continued. Cleveland Lorain a Wheeling Road v Andrew Deis. A Liberal offer. 90 90 2 0 1 00 85 90 25 90 so 1 books medicines. From Rush township. E. Bainbridge monday esq., county atty Clay county Texas says a a have used electric bitters with most Happy results. My brother also was very Low with malarial fever and jaundice hut was cured timely use this Medicine. Am satisfied electric bitters saved his . I. I. Wilcoxsen horse Cove ky., adds a testimony saying lie positively believed he would have died had it not been for electric bitters. This great remedy will Ward off As Well As cure All malarial diseases and for All kidney liver and stomach disorders stands unequalled. Price 50 cts and $1, at f. C. Millar a songs drugstore. Public Sale. The continued Meetis the meeting at the disciples Church closed the loth inst. An excellent interest was manifested to the last. E. Pounds the Young minister from Canton did a Good and Noble work. We have great cause for rejoicing at the result his efforts with 11s. In behalf the Church disciples new Philadelphia i would express our appreciation the presence cordiality and prayerful assistance the revs. Dowling Cook Simon and Accola. We heartily thank them. Yate appreciate tie kindly interest others who attended our meeting. We had sixteen recessions All v baptism except one. L ii. Dodd minister. I will sell my premises two and a half Miles East new Philadelphia the Verdain Road monday March 25th, 1s89, the following property Viz four Milch cows four horses among them Sally Walker record 2 39in foal to ambassador record 2.25 and three year old stallion Well la red and very promising also a two year old stallion Well bred one Good Brood Mare and All kinds farm implements too numerous to Meirion. Sale commences at 10 a. M. Christ. Gerber. Every the entertainment and Pic Nic at blizzard school House Friday last was a Complete Success. How this came about i am unable to say As the idea became prevalent hereabouts that nothing could brought to a successful termination unless it had the mighty intellect a Blinkey a behind it. But Here in spite his absence a social event occurs goes off without a hitch and does not even have a Mark his paws its face. Verily time brings great changes. But give the Devil his due and met mks great father Fox hounds he is getting it the exercises closed with the presentation cards showing the respective standing each scholar during the term. The two standing highest were Alphretta Gilmore in class a and Joseph f. Barnes in class a. Each was presented with a cloth bound Book the teacher As a memento their Zeal and close attention to study. Or. E. B. Westha Fer near Newport and the Way done to forget he is a candidate for commissioner and done to fail to work and vote for him delivered a timely and interesting address to the school which was listened to with the closest attention. A feature the Day was the excellent instrumental music furnished the Newport string band and the vocal music the Home and adjoining schools. The Organ was presided Over miss Dora Ripley and miss Mollie Westhafer the latter especially being a Fine performer the instrument. The House was packed to suffocation and in conclusion i must say that too much Praise cannot Given the excellent and gentlemanly teacher who has spared no pains to bring the school up to a proper Standard and it is my opinion that the directors can do no better than retain this gentleman for an indefinite period. Friday next the school term the Sanders District closes with a school exhibition. Everybody is invited to attend. The wife our democratic Friend Henry Post is seriously ill. Mrs. Thomas j. Edwards is also Down a bed sickness. Rumor has it that i. E. Buroway will a candidate for county treasurer the Republican ticket having displayed such splendid executive abilities in the manipulation frauds. Give him a boost with your Boot R. Itic. Pharmacy poles published authority government a medical pharmaceutical society Date from about the Middle the sixteenth Century. The Early publications this kind attributed medical properties to such substances As crabs eyes pearls Oyster shells Coral human Skull and Moss growing it Blind puppies earthworms the excrement various animals Etc. They also gave heterogeneous mixtures containing from Twenty to seventy More ingredients. National pharmacopoeia now exist in the Argentine Republic Austria Belgium Chili Denmark France Germany great Britain Greece Holland Hungary India Japan Mexico Norway Portugal Russia Spain Sweden and the United states. Except in the United states and Mexico these works Are issued under the authority govern ment and their instructions have the Force Law in their respective countries. The French Coder has the most extended foreign use any pharmacopoeia being the Standard for druggists in a Large part Central and South Amercia As Well As in Turkey and other parts Europe. It mentions about 2000 drugs and preparations which is More than double the average other modern pharmacopoeia. On account the Lack uniformity in works this kind the preparation an International pharmacopoeia to serve As the Standard All nations has Long been under consideration. Sri Enre it Home. The Agassiz association is defined its president As a Union local societies which have been organized for the study nature personal observation. The students Are taught How to investigate for themselves Anc questions too difficult for them to work out May submitted to a Council fifty accomplished specialists. Some idea what members see in their ram Hies about their own Homes May gained from their list a few the Many topics original notes made Dur ing the past year. A two rare fossils from Catskill a a Rose Leaf galls a a White blackbirds a a Ivy blossoms a a curious Trees a animals that do not drink a a i Salmon eat Birds a a complementary colors a a an abnormal cabbage Leaf a a a living barometer a a Rainbow and Sun dogs a a double adder a Tongue a a new Jersey butterflies a eggs the crayfish a a Colorado ants a a floating pollen a a a double stinger a a Frost pictures a a an experience with a Heron a a a White weasel a a a strange mouse a a girls in a the association gained Over 1000 new members last year. Its chapter in new Brunswick n. J., numbers More than 400 members who have about a dozen professors to guide them with a variety scientific apparatus. Some chapters Are conducted entirely boys and girls. Any person sending us one new subscriber to the new Philadelphia times for one year can have either the following periodicals for one year at the reduced Price in the right hand column. If you wish one the papers named below at these Low figures Send the amount together with $1.00 for the times. The subscribers for the times. Must new ones and not transferred from one member a family to another. Address All orders to newspaper subscription Agency Stone Creel Ohio. Left hand column is publishers Price $1 50 american agriculturist $1 20 1 00 Cleveland Plain dealer. 1 00 a a Leader. 3 00 a a press daily. 1 15 Cincinnati enquirer. 1 00 a a times. 1 00 a a come a Gazette 1 50 Chicago Ledger lit. 1 00 Detroit free press. 1 00 Dairy world. 3 00 fireside companion. 50 farm journal. 25 3 00 Golden Days. 2 25 1 10 household Brattle Borough. 90 4 00 harpers Magazine. 3 25 4 00 a a weekly. 3 45 4 00 a a Bazar. 3 45 2 00 a a Young people 1 70 3 00 new York ledge. 2 50 3 00 a a weekly. 2 50 1 00 a a world. 90 5 00 puck. 4 00 1 00 Pittsburg Chron. Telegraph. 85 4 00 police Gaz. Or sports a world 3 25 3 00 saturday night. 2 25 prices other papers application. We handle leading German papers. Children cry for Pitcher s Castoria. When baby was sick we gave her Castoria. When she was a child she cried for Castoria Wien she became mias she Clung to Castoria when she had children she gave them Castoria. Saved the value a farm. Sellers cough syrup has attained a reputation almost equal to Sellers pills and More could hardly said any Medicine. The syrup should kept in every family where there Are children and grown up people find it a most valuable Medicine for coughs cold liars Ness and Throat and lung diseases. The pills Are such 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 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. 6mg for Sale.�?20 acres land situated in Goshen township Tus. Co., Ohio. Large Frame House Good stable and outbuilding Orchard apples pears peaches Etc. This property is within a Quarter a mile the Goshen Coal works. These works Are owned and operated one the Best companies in Ohio. Property Well situated for a boarding House. Twenty thousand Bank pos scan made from the Prem ses and which find ready Sale. Apply at the times office to Henry Burton the premises. Oct. 4. 41 to hardware store for Sonje. The entire Stock goods the hardware store the undersigned is offered for Sale to any one wanting to invest in the business easy terms 01 payment. Location Good and the Only hardware store in the town Shane Ville. No other one nearer than canal Dover Millersburg except Baltic For further particulars Call address f. D. Sliffe Shanesville Ohio. 11 a for Sale. A farm Twenty acres situated m Rush township eight acres cleared a Ltd remainder 111 Timber. Lays Well and Good soil. It is known As the Rufus Walton tract. For further informal 1 a inquire the owner Norman Rupert mud run Valley. Lov. 12 property for Sale. A new discovery. Suffering from those distressing female complaints weakness Etc., so common to her sex should Send her address and receive Fuh particulars a Sev treatment for such troubles. Sent free. . W. H. Armstrong 3033 Cambridge St., philae. 51yl for rooms 011 West Ray Street. Call at the times office. News about town. It is the current report about town that Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs is making some remarkable cures with people who Are troubled with coughs sore Throat asthma bronchitis and consumption. It is guaranteed to relieve and cure. The Large bottles 50 cents and $1. You have heard your friends and neighbors bilking about it. You May yourself one the Many who know from personal experience just How Good a thing it is. If you have Ever tried it you Are one its staunch friends because the wonderful thing about it is that when once Given a trial . Kings discovery Ever after holds a place in the House. If you have never used it and should he afflicted with a cough cold any Throat lung Chest trouble secure a bottle at once and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time Money refunded. Trial bottles Fror at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. Ivow. Advertising a Patent Medicine in the Peculiar Way in which the proprietor Kempis Balsam for coughs and colds does it is indeed wonderful. He authorizes All druggists to give those who Call for it a Sample bottle free that they May try it before purchasing. The Large bottles Are 50 cents and $1. We certainly would advise a trial. It May save you from consumption. For Fine printing Call at this office. Two lots 264x6 5, with Good two Story Frame dwelling 10 rooms All necessary outbuildings Good Well and c Tern and a Good cellar under the House. All kinds fruit. Would sell As r. Whole Divide. On a Good Street in new Philadelphia. Terms very reason Ible. Inquire at times office. 20ti Hook sin Dong. Magazines music periodicals Lav. And medical books ruling and Blan. Books made to order at the lowest possible rates. Missing numbers supplied. amp co., Cor. Seneca and Long St., Cleveland february 21. 9m3 for Sale Exchange a business room and Stock general merchandise in Good business town 600 inhabitant1 n a Rich Community in Tuscarawas county. Stock will invoice $3,000. Information can he had at the times office. Of for Sale 207 acre half mile West Aurora Centre two Good houses barns granary living water Etc. Terms easy. C. W. Amp Mcc. Hurd 102 amp 104 water St., Cleveland it it. Gw5 any person in need a first should not fail to write to a. W. Rolli Stone Creek o., for catalogue and Sample writing the a it old typewriter. Prices$10 and $15. Having disposed my property and am going out business will sell my entire Stock buggies at Cost All my own make. Chas. Houpt new Philadelphia 9wl2 the Domestic club delivered machines last week to E. N. Pemberton. Turner station and Rudy Snyder West High St., Anco other names not mentioned

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