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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - March 27, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio It a a a. A in a a or it the new Philadelphia times published Burrt thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing of every description done on Short notice. Tour favor solicited. New Philadelphia the a times Quot advertising rates. Sfair. One Inch. Three inches., six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1y a. S i of % 2 00 3 00 $ 5 00 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday March 27,1890. Number 13. Cleveland a Pittsburgh r. K. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect nov. 10, 1889. Going East. Stations. 1 a All express local. Leave new Philadelphia j 6 25 . 2 0c . 1 of . Canal Dover. 6 45 a a 210 a a 1 130 a a Zoar. 7 15 a a 2 25 a a 2 in a a Mineral Point. 7 30 a a. 2 31 a a 2 31 a a Magnolia. B 00 a a 2 40 a a 2 59 a a Waynesburg. 8 10 a a 2 51 Quot 3 07 a a Malvern. 8 35 a a 3 01 a a 3 25 a a Oneida. 8 45 a a 3 06 a a 3 32 a a Minerva. 9 00 a a 3 15 a a 3 45 a a arrive Bayard. 9 20 a a 3 25 a a 3.55 a a it 06 4 2> a a Cleveland. 12 50 1215 a a 6 35 a a Wellsville. 4 5 it a a belial re. 4 5b a a 8 05 a a Pittsburgh. 2 25 a a 7 10 a. Going West. Stations. Mail. Express 1 local. Leave Pittsburgh. 6 10 . 12 45 . 15 Ell Aire. Wellsville. 4 40 8 15 10 10 2 40 Cleveland. 8 00 1 05 Alliance. 10 25 3 10 Bayard. 10 55 4 15 7 10 Minerva. H 03 4 25 7 2-> Oneida. 11 12 4 30 7 55 Malvern. 11 17 4 43 8 35 Waynesburg. 11 28 5 00 8 55 Magnolia. Ill 33 5 07 9 20 Mineral Point. Ill 47 5 27 j 9 55 Zoar. Ill 53 5 35 10 10 canal Dover. 12 id 6 00 10 40 arrive new Philadelphia 12 20 1 0 15 ill 00 new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday March 27, 1890. Lummel Block second floor East High . The weeks doings. Democratic primary saturday even a. Population new Philadelphia 5,00 it Matiie a jew Philadelphia tikes will be Pulu sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance..00 if not paid within three mods 1.50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Poa Toffice order to the address of the proprietor. A a a address All matter intended for publication to the times. The Malvern doings the new paper published by Lar. Knox formerly of the Minerva zeus found its Way to our Sanctum last week. It is a very Nice paper and we Hope or. Knox will receive a Liberal patronage As to make it a Success. All trains Are run daily except sundry. Passengers for the West connect Ai Alliance with trains on the a great fort Wayne route running Pullman Palace sleeping cars Ami through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates of fare Etc., apply to .1. F. Milar agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. Joseph woo e. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Pittsburgh a. Cleveland and m Arietta ra1l-Way. In e effect june 16, 1889. Going North. Stations. Going out ii. No. 4 no. 2 no. 1 no. ? 1040am 200 am la Parks by. 1100 100 to 250 Marietta. Loon 1201 1212 052 Cay Wood. 931 644am 1218 658 Stanley. 925 638 1233 711 Whipple. 919 623 1243 725 Warner. 900 613 1257 710 Elba. 846 559 104 747 Macksburg. 839 552 111 754 Dexter City. 832 545 115 759 South Olive. 828 540 121 80o Dudley. 822 533 130 815 Caldwell. 815 526 j 40 825 Belle Valley. 802 516 149 834 Ava. 752 506 155 s40 Glenwood. 746 500 2"1 346 it pleasant. 740 454 213 853 Byersville. 726 411 232 918 Cambridge. 709 425 238 924 Oldham a. 659 415 245 931 Millers. 652 4o8 255 941 Kimbolton. 642 �?T<>8 300 946 Guernsey. 637 353 307 953 Post boy. 630 34 j 317 1003 no motown. 62 337 327 1-10 Wolf a. 711 /7 339 it 23 Philipsburg. 600 315 314 1029 Black band. 555 309 350 103 Turners. 550 303 4 o 1045 canal Dover. 519 253 422 il07 a Vul june. 230 1055 �?�3 pm Toledo. 7 45 pm 945 1219 1.Canton. 128 1015 110 Akron. 1230 225 Cleveland. 1115 103 1.buffalo. J 540 the wet weather and Muddy roads for the past two months have a rallied business to such it i degree As to make the result Felt by All in every line of business. It is to be hoped that this week will bring Forth a change for the better. Several Western railroads have a rate War on at present. The rate was Cut about 25 per cent at one time. The rate now to Denver from Philadelphia is $34 to san Francisco $04 to Kansas City $24. The rate will Likely run lower yet. Through coaches on trains nos. 2 and 3. He tween Marietta Canton Akron. Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with c w a p. A 0 a a and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with b a of East and West at newcomers non with p. 0 a l East and West at Dover with c i. A and c and p. North and East at Valley Junction with w amp i. E and Valley Ray. W k Richards Oenal pass age to a. T. Wikoff Gen manager. Work was begun last week on the Power House at canal Dover for the electric Street railway. The contract for the poles and ties for the Road was Given to or. George Limbaugh. The Iron rails have already been purchased. The work of constructing the Road will commence As soon As the ground is sufficiently dry. It Wii i la Jib Quot Saccharine enough to take the place of 5000 tons of beet sugar has now been made in Germany. Though not a food and condemned As injurious by Emi Nunt medical men it is used in the preparation of fruits and the production of Sweet liquors. France Italy and Portugal already propose imposing a tax on it. The democratic plan is to Reform the Tariff and reduce the income in the future to the necessary demands of the government. The Republican plan is to increase the Tariff and spend the surplus recklessly and extravagantly that it will not accumulate. Which is the better plan ? the masses would be benefited by the former and the few by the latter plan. The a a Gilsey will be re sold april 19. There Are four prisoners in the county jail at present. Miss Ella Lahmer entertained a number of friends at whist last Friday evening. Miss Cora Schweitzer number of her Young monday evening. Entertained a lady friends the weeks doings. Democratic primary saturday even a. Valley railway in effect december 2, 1ss8. Going South. No. 3. No. 7. 1115am 4 15pm 1202pm 5 08 12 30 5 37 1 28 6 33 2 15 7 �?~25 stations i going North. La Cleveland a Peninsula. Akron. Canton i a vary Jet la no. 4. No. 6. 9 24am 2 30pm 9 03 1 42 8 55 1 15 7 55 12 15 7 05 11 30am business directory prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office n the Mclane Block new Philadelphia. Olito. P it. S. Vail dentist. Centre Block new Philadelphia Ohio Over citizens National Bank. Office 44yl John Nix4n, m. D., physician and surgeon. Office on South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by or. Tinker. 51yl John Graham attorney at Law and notary Public. New i lil Adelphia Ohio. All professional business Fiir of aptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining 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 the Farmers Alliance movement in Kansas has assumed Large proportions and will be an important and Uncertain Factor in the politics of the state at the next annual election. Politicians of the old parties Are trimming their sails to catch the vote of a the Farmers a and there will he windbag full of senseless and demagogic howling by the office seekers. Congressman Anderson will introduce a Bill or two and also shake his fist at the Union Pacific railway while he says nothing against the Santa be which really owns him he is an adept at pulling the Wool Over the eyes of the Farmers hut has accomplished very Littie in their favor. As for the Alliance it is composed largely of honest men hut the politicians and office seekers within its ranks always succeed in controlling the organization for their own Benefit. Spasmodic howling if vigorously performed generally walks off with the cake. Keep your Eye on the demagogue leaders inside As Well As outside of the Farmers press. Amuel Morolle attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Lummel Block second floor. 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 Soros 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 amp son. 6y2 notice of appointment. The undersigned has been duty appointed and qualified As Assignee in Trust for the of creditors of Amos Hochstetler Tus Benefit Caracas county Ohio. March 10,1s90. John Doerschuck. 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. For Sale or Trade. A Good 40 acre tract of improved land in Norton county Kansas five Miles from Railroad. Also a 40 acre Timber claim 1\ acres planted in Forest Trees. Will Trade for Small farm or Stock or town property. Call at the times office. Or. Benfer introduced the following a Jill to Amend Section 2774 of the revised statutes As amended april 27, 1885. Section 1. Be it enacted by the general Assembly of the state of Ohio that Section 2774 of the revised statutes As amended april 27, 1885, be amended As to read As follows Lee. 2774. The value of such property Mones and credits of any Railroad company As found and determined by such Board shall be apportioned by said Board among the several counties through which such Road or any part thereof runs that to each county and to each City Village township and District or part thereof therein shall be apportioned such part thereof As shall equalize the relative value of the real estate structures and stationary personal property of such company therein in proportion to the whole value of the real estate structures and stationary personal property of such Railroad company in this state provided that the entire length of the Road bed constructed under the same charter shall have an uniform appraisement per mile and that the property of such company shall be apportioned in the same proportion that the length of such Road in said county bears to the entire length thereof in All said counties or county and to each City Village and District or any part thereof therein and the Board shall certify to the county auditor of each county and to each City incorporated Village township Aud District or any part thereof therein interested the amount apportioned to his county and the Board shall make and Forward a like certificate together wit ii All the reports of the various Railroad officers and other papers and evidence which formed the basis of their valuation to the auditor of state for the use of the state Board of equalization of Railroad property. It shall be the duty of the county auditor upon receiving the certificate aforesaid to apportion the amount therein stated to the cities villages townships districts or parts thereof but the auditor shall not put the same on the tax lists until he shall have been advised of the action of said state authority when the proper amounts shall be entered on the tax list. 59v. 88, �5 Amp s., 7gg g4 v. 58, 2 1 A s., 768. Section 2. This act shall take effect and be in Force from and after its passage and said original Section 2774 is hereby repealed. This Bill if passed will put $3,000 More taxes in our Treasury. We Hope or. Benfer will succeed. We understand that or. S. G. Crites will go into the milk business about the first of the month. Mrs. J. L. Mcllvain gave a very delightful Tea party Friday evening in Honor of miss Stewart of Cleveland. The remains of or. George Lytle of Beaverdam an old and respected citizen were Laid to rest on saturday. A. Gintz amp co., undertakers in charge. Mrs. Peter Eichel while attending to her household duties accidentally fell Down the cellar Way last wednesday sustaining very severe injuries. The two senior whist clubs will give their annual reception at the Exchange hotel in the near future. An extraordinary Fine menu will be the feature of the occasion. J. Ii. Dodd purchased a part of the tract of land lying immediately South of his residence last week. The elder Lias Confidence in the growth of our town and knows a Good thing when lie sees it. Miss Kate Patrick gave a reception last saturday afternoon in Honor of her Friend miss Helen Johnson of Massillon. Those who were present speak of the event As the most pleasant of the season. iss Stewart a charming Young lady of Cleveland has organized a class of Twenty five of our Best Young ladies and is teaching them calisthenic. It is said that a certain Young attorney is very desirous of joining the class. 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. Rev. Keyes of the m. , will continue his protracted meeting during the week and until further notice. If there Are any of his members who Are a Coon Hunters a they Are cordially invited to attend and the reverend will accompany them on a Hunt after services. Or. Charles Steinbaugh and mrs. To Vina Gintz of this City were married sunday evening March Lgth at the residence of the brides parents or. And mrs. Peter Eichel. They gave their friends Here quite a Surprise. We wish them a Long and prosperous wedded life. The Council of Lancaster Ohio last week passed a Resolution favouring the abandonment of the Ohio Standard. Such resolutions will Avail nothing. The people along the Ohio canal will cling to it and it will require a revolution of sentiment before the canal will be abandoned. It serves a very Good purpose yet. Messes. Gouriny amp Swihart shipped in a car Load of excellent horses from Illinois on the Goth instant and have sold them All but three or four they have in their stables Here now a pair of very Fine ones suitable for draft or Carriage. For style color and build these horses cannot be excelled. They will arrive with another car Load in a few Days. These horses Are sold on a close margin and at very reasonable prices. No one can afford to ride Over the country until he finds a horse to suit him when he can buy of dealers and have Many to select from. For a Nice dining room outfit go to a. Gintz a c. Court of common pleas will close on saturday. Next term of court commences april 15th. See the a had a of Geo. W. Bippus administrator of Jacob Bippus deceased of Sale of real estate april 19th. Just received 50 new baby cabs at a. Gintz amp cons. Will sell them at to per cent profit for the next thirty Days. Billy Ward while working at the Mill one Day last week received a very severe Cut on one of his hands which will necessitate his taking a rest for a few Days. Or. Jesse d. Elliott was appointed on the county Board of the soldiers Relief commission last week by judge Pearce to fill the place held by Hon. A. T. Ready who resigned. Coshocton people Are advocating and working for a new Railroad to he known As the Walhonding Yally Road. When Coshocton wants anything she goes after it in Earnest and we predict the Success of the new project. Personal mention. Democrats attend the primary Harry Donahey hag got the Hugh Patrick of Chicago is visiting his parents. James Kaldenbaugh went to Kansas City last week. Or. George Beck of Uhrichsville was in town monday. Miss Dora Holloway of Canton is visiting miss Clara Custer. Miss Duduit of Columbus is visiting her Friend miss Clara Snyder. Samuel Myers went to Gnadenhutten monday for a Short visit. Or. West halt of Carrollton visited j. L. Kennedy Over sunday. Prosecutor James g. Patrick was to Canton monday on business. Up a meeting of several of our citizens was held at the clerks office on Friday night last to discuss the advisability of organizing a Branch of the National building and loan association. An agent of the same was present. We append a report of that meeting As to what our citizens think of it and Hope All will take an interest in the matter gentlemen a there is a movement on foot Here to establish an advisory Board in new Philadelphia of the National Mutual building and loan association. This association plan has been carefully looked into by the undersigned and other citizens and we regard it As one of the Best. It is highly endorsed by a number of Well known Bankers and other business men of Ohio and it will be of decided advantage to us As individuals and As a Community. It offers us an excellent Opportunity for caring for savings and securing Loans. We feel that the association should be encouraged because of the Protection it affords its membership being greater than that offered by others. And being National in character it has Many other advantages not offered by others one of the advantages being that the amount of Money loaned Here will not be limited to the amount contributed by new Philadelphia thus materially Benefit Ting our City. Loans Cost the Borrower less than 7 per cent., which is greatly to the adva a Tage of our borrowing people it give them the privilege of paying in monthly instalments and the investment is certainly Good enough for All. Please attend our meeting next wednesday at 7 of clock p. M., at the clerks office court House As we intend to organize on that evening and discuss the matter with us. The plan will be fully explained by one of the Assoc Ationo a general agents 11. J. Andrews Cleveland Ohio. Jas. A. Richards e. S. Souers j. Ii. Booth P. Taylor George Welty Geo. W. Bowers John c. Donahey ii. Billett a. Stermer and other citizens. For weak lungs and feebleness chases Barley malt whiskey is an excellent tonic. It is absolutely pure full of Nutriment and builds up the system. W. Holland sole agent for Uhrichsville. 13w4 a. 11. Hardesty of canal Dover purchased the Christian Deis Block where the wholesale store is kept last week for $9,500. It is said that or. Hardesty and others will Start a new Bank in this building. The wholesale grocery Stock will be moved to the rink building. _ Mother Bunch bought an acre lot about half Way Between new Philadelphia and canal door last week. We presume it will be adorned with a a a Wayside the corporate limits will not reach her for a time. The Street railway will have an increased traffic. The report spread Over our town on monday morning that recorder Newman was dead. It proved false however. Or. Newman is recovering from his illness although he was dangerously ill for three or four Days last week from a relapse of the we Are glad to know that he is improving again. We called on a. Gintz amp co., the other Day. They have the largest and finest line of furniture in the county and Are Selling it at remarkably Low prices. They have just received 25 new bed room suits in antique Oak and 16th Century which Veu can buy for $16 and up. Selling As that y do at such exceedingly low7 prices they certainly Merit your patronage. Mrs. T. K. Williams of Salt Lake City who was for Many years a resident of this City died on saturday last of lung trouble. She had been in ill health Many years and sought Relief in the far West. No doubt her life w7as prolonged by a change of climate. Mrs. Williams was an estimable lady and has Many friends in this place who Are grieved at her departure. She leaves a husband and one child. She will be buried at sait Lake City. The mud is deep in Uhrichsville that the Hacks have ceased going to the depot to carry passengers. The citizens of the twin cities have determined to remedy it. The main streets Are to be paved and a system of sewerage put in. This undoubtedly will be a great improvement. And a still greater improvement is assuming shape and will doubtless he accomplished and that is a Street railway Between Edgefield depot and Dennison. This will till a Long Felt want to people travelling to either place by rail Over the c. L. Amp w., As it is too far to walk. The Street railway is to be operated by horses. Ehrichs villains Are awake now. The first Issue of the twin City Independent is on our table. We must say it is a neat and newsy paper with the welfare of the towns uppermost and Foremost. There Are thirteen or fourteen columns of advertising in the paper which shows that there Are Many live businessmen in the two towns Uhrichsville and Dennison. This is what we like to see a card of every business Man. Then the outside world knows something of the town. The paper will not espouse the cause of either party but will leave the columns free to both for legitimate political matters As viewed from an Independent standpoint the Price is $1.50 per year which is not unreasonable for Large a paper. Success to you Bro. Creel. A faithful servant called Home. Lucy and Ethel Sutton returned Home last week after a pleasant visit at Ober Lin Ohio. Or. F. Bailey of Eureka California is visiting his brother e. Bailey this week. Or. Thomas Mccullough and family leave this City for Cambridge their future Home on monday. Or. And mrs. Dangler of Massillon spent sunday with Louis Savidge and family West fair Street. Mrs. Strine of West Ray Street is very ill with inflammation and fears Are entertained of her recovery. Percy Browne who has been attending school at Delaware is spending the Spring vacation at his Home in this City. The parties who took the rubber overcoat log Chain rough lock and three horse whistle tree from my Wagon shed had better return them and avoid trouble for i know the parties. G. W. Mathias. Master Perry Burry the three year old son of John Burry of Cleveland is visiting his grandparents in this City. This is the Young Many a first visit away from his parents and it is said he has quite a Nack of letting his friends know that lie is about especially when the evening shades draw near. From Dennison. Mrs. T. J. Thompson died monday morning of puerperal fever. She leaves twin boys about ten Days old also a husband and Little son six years of age. Superintendent Turner of the Panhandle spent last thursday in Dennison inspecting the company a property looking Over the Sites of contemplated improvements this summer. When spoken to about the c. Amp p. Extension from new Philadelphia to Dennison seemed very favourably impressed with the scheme and will do All in his Power to favor it. Our people no doubt will take hold of the matter in a practical manner and make the proper showing to the Railroad people to convince them that the Branch will pay. We Are informed that along one of the routes surveyed Large deposits of Coal and fire Clay and the latter promises to be one of our greatest industries. If we can make the proper showing we have no doubt the Branch will be built in the near future. We Are prompted to recur to our suggestion made some time ago to the democratic clubs throughout the county. It occurs to us As a very important matter for consideration and action by the next county convention. If we organize we will have no More close shaves like the last election dwell on that. The municipal election in Dennison this Spring promises to be interesting. There will be a great Deal of Money spent on Street improvements this summer and it will be essential to have Good men to look after the Peoples Money. The democrats no doubt will nominate men of clean record and will elect them As usual. We Hope they will make no mistake. The Conwell Bros of Cadiz have purchased the merchant tailoring establishment of a. L. Mccurdy. Or. Mccurdy is on the sick list. The pan handle move on an an average fourteen Hundred cars exclusive of passenger every sunday. They Are also packing two Hundred cars of ice for use of shops and passenger trains. Dennison and Uhrichsville Are to be closer United in the near future by a Street railway. A company has already been incorporated and we understand the work will be pushed As soon As the weather will permit. Cyrus. From Beaver dam. From Zoar. One of the sly est weddings that has taken place on our Valley for a Long time was solemnized at the residence of or. Harvey Smith the contracting parties being or. John Abbuhl of Roxford and miss Emma Bidd coffer of our Valley Rev. Ross officiating. The Happy couple Are highly respected in the Community and have our Best wishes. Funeral knolls As Well As wedding Bells have been rung on our Valley. A pretty Little babe of j. W. Ferris died March 16th. Kind friends and neighbors gathered in to Lay the Little sufferer away. Rev. Edward Loomis conducted the services. Or. A. Lightel after Suff ering Many weeks with the dreadful disease consumption passed away March 20th. Or. Lightel was highly esteemed As a kind neighbor and Friend. He was a member of the u. B. Church for Many years. The remains were interred in the Beaverdam cemetery Rev. J. N. Remasters officiating assisted by Rev. Loomis. Or. Lightell a family have the sympathy of the Community. Michael Ilam Mil of lower Beaverdam died suddenly at his residence March 20th. Or. H. Was one of the pioneers of the county. Rev. Loomis conducted the funeral services at the lutheran Church in new Philadelphia. J. P. Gilmore is confined to his room with lung trouble. Thomas rickets spent Sabbath at the residence of his father on Beaverdam. Protracted meeting by Rev. Birney commenced at the u. B. Church Sabbath evening. Last Friday was red letter Day for the pupils of the Green Ridge school. For three successive terms this school has been taught by H. Gauger. The examination of the pupils showed that or. G. Is a grand teacher lie respected his scholars by giving them a Large treat of Candy and oranges. The ladies of the District prepared a Bountiful supper for the occasion and Justice was done to it by those present. We Are indebted to messes. J. Waltz Renneker ii. Gundy j. P. Gilmore and v. E. And Eddie rickets for their excellent music. In the evening the audience was entertained by declarations and a debate. Question a resolved that the Sale and manufacture of intoxicating liquors As a beverage should be prohibited by Law a j. A. Winspear ., and j. P. Gilmore affirms. And u. G. Waltz deny. Shirley. Miscellaneous items. Among the certificates of incorporation issued from the office of the Secretary of state this week we notice that of the Royal Clay manufacturing co., of Uhrichsville capital Stock $300,000. The names of the incorporator Are not Given but we learn that such substantial men and capitalists As Selah chamber lain of Cleveland W. Card of Pittsburgh a. J. Baggs of Bridgeport and others Well known to our people Here Are interested in the Enterprise. The new company has been trying to negotiate with mrs. Chalfant for her farm West of the town for the location of their immense works and buildings but up to Date have not been successful. If they cannot secure this location we understand the works will be erected at Pike run with office in Uhrichsville. We Hope mrs. Chalfant will yet consent to dispose of her farm to the new company thus securing for our towns one of the largest fire Clay works in the . Waked up 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 Jears. 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 effect is never painful and drenching its tendency being rather to perpetuate regularity than to produce a copious action. Malaria nervousness debility kidney troubles and neuralgia subdues effectually. 10w4 the pulpit and the stage. A Uno Cement. Editor times please announce my name As a candidate for Street commissioner subject to the decision of the democratic primary to be held soon in new Philadelphia. Elijah Landis. Normal school. Teachers and others wishing to take a thorough and profitable review in the common or higher branches will be informed of All particulars relative to the Spring and fall terms of a your school a by addressing John 1. Kuizin 13w3 new Philadelphia 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. 11 w4 tuesday morning Rev. Michael Williams who has been a resident of our town for Many years passed peacefully away from Earth to join the Circle of the redeemed. He was a member of an illustrious family six Brothers All of whom were methodist ministers two of whom survive Rev. Michael. Rev. John Williams who resides Here in this City and who is known All Over Ohio and Rev. Edward Williams of Pittsburg Are the survivors. Rev. Michael the deceased was born in the year 1815, March 4th, at Durham England. Lie came to this country in 1853 he died March the 25th, 1890, aged 75 years. He was in the ministry 44 years general debility of old age caused the spirit to take its flight Llis last years were Happy and peaceful having suffered but Little in the body and his life crowned with eternal glory. He in his younger Days was a Brilliant speaker and Liis career won him Many friends who will be pained at his departure. Lie leaves a family consisting of a wife and four sons Edward and Thomas of this place Michael and Joseph of Cleve land. His remains will be Laid to rest on thursday at half past one of clock York phys Surgi by re or. Ottman formerly of new of the celebrated examining Cian of the France medical and Cal Institute Columbus Ohio quest 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 on the latest scientific principles. Iii practice is constantly increasing and is undoubtedly larger and More extensive than any other specialist in 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 . 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 themselves. Thousands of people throughout Ohio Pennsylvania and new York attest his successful treatment. Over 300 patients visited the Institute the first three Days of last week and a great majority were new patients. Consultation free and strictly confidential. With All the capricious freaks of March weather we Are again having the pleasure of enjoying a Brief spell of cold weather. Louis Werner left for fort Wayne some weeks ago but we did not learn of it at the time hence did not chronicle it any sooner. Louis is a Good boy and will be missed by his Many friends Here. We wish him Success in his new Home. Or. Henry link and brother in Law David Potter spent a Day at the county seat. Mrs. May Rose is very sick with heart trouble. It stems the Grippe came Back and settled on her heart. We Hope she May recover soon. Henry link stopped in town last week on his return from Bolivar Llis Many friends were glad to see him. Mrs. Smith has recovered from an at ack of la Grippe. Henry elders of Canton spent a few Days in town the guest of his sister mrs. Seig. All were glad to see Henry As lie was a favorite with All during his residence Here. Grandpa link is on the sick list. Mrs. Link spent a Day with mrs. Kuemerle. A Rumor has reached us that a couple of our Young folks came to the conclusion that married life was More pleasant than single blessedness. The Young folks in this Case prove to he or. Fred Lengerer and miss Mary Kuemerle. Should the Rumor prove to he Correct we extend congratulations to the Young couple. Anon. F11031 Pike run. While in Uhrichsville on saturday we called in to see the a Cyclone store that is causing such a consternation among the merchants of that town. We found the proprietor or. Robert Smith and three clerks As Busy As bee9 Selling groceries and provisions. Goods Are hauled away by the Wagon Load and delivered and hundreds of dollars Worth Are shipped to other towns especially to Sherrodsville. It aroused our curiosity to know some of the Pri Ces of goods that attracted much patronage and How it comes that or Smith could sell close As compared with prices elsewhere. An explanation satisfied us. The Money is saved in purchasing at wholesale partially because of purchasing in Large quantities and by adopting the motto a a Quick sales and Small profits a More than make up in the end. We found it a notorious fact that people could save Money by buying at the Cyclone store. You can buy 15 pounds of granulated sugar for $1 16 pounds of a a a a Coffee sugar for $1 17 pounds of Light Brown for $1, and a Good Brown sugar 18 lbs. J for $1, and other goods in proportion. We heartily commend the efforts of or. Smith in getting the necessaries of life Down to within reach of the poor Many a purse. The attraction Here for the last week has been to get a candidate for Justice of the peace and after canvassing and viewing the matter trom every standpoint we nominated on last saturday evening by acclamation l. Beatty As our candidate. Or. Beatty is a gentleman of ability and Good morals and we Hope the Good Law abiding citizens of Goshen township will see that Eget a Justice of the peace. We have a candidate a Labouring Many who stands High in the l. All lovers of Good morals should lend us their Aid and support. We want some Protection from rowdies and Summers and Appeal to the Law abiding people of our township without regard to party. Or. A. Beans has been very Low with grip and is not expected to recover. 11. Mosher is going to leave our City. Lettie Mccue has got Back from a visit to her brother a in Gnaden Lytten. Ben Beans has returned from a Western tour. Spy. Rev. F. Shrout pastor United Brethren Church Blue Mound Kansas says a a i feel it my duty to Tell what wonders or. Kings new discovery has done for me. lungs were badly diseased and my parishioners thought i could live Only a few weeks. I took five bottles of or. Kings new discovery and am sound and Well gaining 26 pounds in Arthur love manager loves funny folks combination writes a a after a thorough trial and convincing evidence i am confident or. Kings new discovery for consumption beats Mem All and cures when everything else fails. The greatest kindness i can do my Many thousand friends is to urge them to try it. Free trial bottles at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. Drunkenness liquor habit. Important state auditor. 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 far As they Are interested m 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 and the personal property assessors to value the real estate and chattel property at its True value in Money according to the Law and the Constitution of the a 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. Poor humanity. From Watson Creek. It appears that some of our citizens Are trying to Cut each others throats through the medium of our weekly papers and we think they ought to be taken by the heels and Shook up Well. Cyrus d. Linard and wife of Flushing have been visiting at his fathers or. John Linard. Cyrus has become quite an expert in the photographing business. While visiting friends he kills two Birds with one Stone. He photographed our school and quite a number of others. Or. S. N. Johnson got a photo of his son and also of himself and French Norman horse. Or. Gordon Gilmore jr., has one of the finest Norman Colts in the county or. John Linard is in Good cheer for he thinks he will soon have a new barn above High water Mark. C. L. Gilmore intends building a dwelling House on his father in Laws farm. The last night of our school quite a Lively debate was had. Question resolved that foreign emigration should be prohibited by Law. Affirm or. Sears and h. C. Rankin deny to. B. Rankin and marshal Houston. Marion f. Jones has been on the sick list mumps. James Hiller has been very Low for some time. We Hope he will soon recover. Prayer meeting every monday night at the House of some of the members. I. C. U. Grand jury for april term 1890 names. Township j. F. Litty. Mill a. G. Deitz. Sugar Creek Jones Milliken. Rush Allen Richardson. S. F. Schweitzer. Clay a. B. Casper. Fairfield j. C. Bair. Dover James m. Sproul. Rush Jacob Spahlinger. Dover Englehart Wassen. Auburn Christian Kinsey. York j. X. Lem asters. Union George Haas. Franklin Petit jury Stewart a. Romig. Mill Frederick Emig. York Alexander Latto. Mill g. B. Stewart. Washington John Custer. Goshen Wood Mclean. Louis Welty. Goshen John Warfel. Mill Henry h. Ripley. Michael Streher. Dover t nil n g. W. Meese. Jefferson Richard King. Oxford George d. Lehmer. Wayne Henry Ream. Sugar Creek Thomas Bell. G. W. Daugherty. Goshen Joseph Fleck. Wayne Isaac Helmick. In All the world there is but one cure t r. Haines Golden specific. It can be Given in a cup of it Tea or Coffee without the knowledge of the 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 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 Beauty and better proportions for the same Money. You can have such work done by calling on Lappin no. 4, East Avenue new Philadelphia Tuscarawas county Ohio. 12w4 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 persistent a used Hostetler a stomach bitters is that it conquers entirely us per sensitiveness of the nerves As Well As diseases 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 Hilliou Ness and kidney troubles.40-0w4 uni Glitz it it of pythias a biennial conclave at Milwaukee w is., july 1890. A company has been organized at Bridgeport opposite Wheeling to build and operate an electric Street railway connecting the Wheeling and proposed Martins ferry systems with Bridgeport and extending Back into Belmont county about five Liverpool Gazette. A splendid dwelling property for Sale a lot 60x264 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 on Moore real estate agent new Philadelphia. 9tf for this great occasion excursion tickets will be sold from All principal Points in the United states and Canada to Milwaukee and return via the Chicago Milwaukee and . Paul railway at half rates. As its name indicates the Chicago Milwaukee amp . Paul railway is the direct route to Milwaukee and As the Camp ground for the uniformed knights to which Point cars and trains will be run through without Transfer is located directly on this line it will he seen that the Chicago Milwaukee a . Paul railway has a great advantage Over other routes which Are unable to furnish such facilities and visiting knights their families and friends should Bear this in mind when purchasing excursion ticket. A circular giving detailed information Wil be mailed free upon application to a. V. H. Carpenter Gen. Pass. Agent Milwaukee wis. Reduced rate to the West via Pennsyl Vania lines. Notice to the Public epoch. The transition from Long lingering and painful sickness to robust health Marks an epoch in the life of the individual. Such a remarkable event is treasured in the memory and the Agency whereby the Good health has been attained is gratefully blessed. Silence it is that much is heard in Praise of electric bitters. So Many feel they owe their restoration to health to the use of the great alterative and tonic. If you Are troubled with any disease of kidneys liver or stomach of Long or Short standing you will surely find Relief by use of electric bitters. Sold at 50cts and $1 per bottle. Mrs. Jacob Miller having taken the Stock of groceries of her deceased husband at the appraisement will continue the business at the old stand where a full line of fresh groceries and provision.? 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 in 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. Notice to democrats. If you want any information about Western tourist ticket3, or tickets to any Point West or South write c. S. Belknap excursion and ticket agent p. O. Box 674, new Philadelphia Ohio. 9tf notice is hereby Given to the qualified democratic electors of the incorporated Village of new7 Philadelphia Ohio that on saturday the 29th Day of March a. D., 1890, Between the hours of of clock p. And 8 of clock p. M., a primary meeting will be held at the mayors office in said Village for Tho purpose of outting 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. For Sale in the town of Phillipsburg a Good business House two Story Frame 22x32, with a two Story addition 8x20, m Good location in the town. The lot is Good. Good Point for hardware store or other merchandise. Will sell for $700 Cash. For further particulars inquire of Moore agent new Philadelphia Ohio. 9tf for 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. For building lots at West end of fair Street new Philadelphia near new school House site very cheap Long time Small Cash payments. John a. Himes at. 42tf the times has the largest circulation of any paper published in the town and contains All the news. Take it and keep posted in the progressive movements of the town. For Sale or trade�?160 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. If for and Small tracts on Dover Road. Cheap lots on easy terms. Dwellings farms Etc. F. S. Office in Mcclane Block. Romig. 46tf 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 . 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 . 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 . Paul minn., july 4th to Lluli 1890. The committee on transportation for the state of Ohio has selected the great Chicago Milwaukee amp . Paul railway As the a a official line trom Chicago to . 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 lewd notice to the Public. 1 am closing out my entire Stock of groceries and provisions Etc., Etc., at actual Cost to quit business. This is no Sham i am changing business and must sell out Stock at once. Save 20 per cent now by buying of me. Harry Cramer opposite m. E. Church. 13w2

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