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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - May 7, 1891, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Tour Pavo solicit. New Philadelphia times the Quot times advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. I yer. Isoo t 2 00 13 00 15 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 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday May 7, 1891. Number 19. Business directory. Joseph Welty j Surveyor and civil Engineer. 43�?o business promptly attended to. Or new Philadelphia 0., August 14,1890. 33yl i r. S. Vail dentist. Centre Block new Philadelphia Ohio. Office Over citizens National Bank. 44yl p Ellis architect. for bulging any description executed Short notice. Jail me at no. 48 South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 21yl new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor John s. Era Siam attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47yl 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 att Emion. Office in Myers Block second floor. A. Buchanan. Attorneys at new Philadelphia i it. 0. Webster Law Ohio. Up eclat attention Given to conveyancing and a the settlement estates. Of lace in Chapin Block Public Square. 1< wednesday May 7, 1801. Myers Block second floor North Broadway. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 4��?othk new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.81.00 if not paid within three mods 1.50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. 4h�?oaddress All matter intended for publication to tue . The weeks doings. County commissioners were in session this week. Columbus has Halls sunday. Closed her concert Church social at the m. E. Parsonage Frida evening from 7 until 10 clock. Candidate Ann inc pm ends. U it i Booth editor times please announce the name Edgar a. Walter As a candidate from Goshen township for the office county auditor. Attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections. Executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yj Jar. D. Gentsch new Philadelphia Ohio. Office in rear Gentsch Bros drug store Esi la ugh by. I i office hours�?9 to 12 m. 2 to 4 p. Mand 7 to 9 p. Residence East avenue.-4tr 4f.yl Miles nerve and liver pills act a new principles regulating the liver stomach and bowels through the. Nerves. A new discovery. Or. Miles pills speedily cure Billiou . Bad taste torpid liver plies constipation. In equated t r men women children. Smallest Mildest surest. 5 doses 25 cts. Samples free at a. Miller amp songs. 1 j i to be klan Warnaca Salvo. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores letter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and a skin eruptions and positively cures piles no required. It is guar teed to give perfect satisfaction Mon a refunded. Price 25 cents p r Box. For Safe try f. 0 Miler .1 Sim. V2 . The Gilsey House. Editor times please announce the name Fernsell Franklin township As a candidate for the office county auditor subject to the decision the democratic county convention. Fernsell. The Ohio legislature adjourned monday after a Long and tedious session. Feed. Wenger propel Leto Lem. Hamilton Ltd r la a Day Fine bar and Hon j . Feed Tassic Inco Clelta. A icily in Cimon. Rated. The new Republican cry a a tin tin american tin Quot probably refers to the a tin a that the protected manufacturers Are expected to put up next year. Or. Harrison May be having a glorious Good time his Royal special train but the indications Are that the other fellow will control the nominating convention. Yes cheap sugar is Good and desirable and we Are glad to have it but Why Isnit it just As Good and desirable to have cheap clothing blankets and farm implements Points about people. John Scott Waynesburg was in n. P. . Voorhees Coshocton was in this City saturday. Or. Gregg Pittsburg was in our City the past week. The democratic county convention held at Mansfield Richland county endorsed the administration governor Campbell and the delegates were instructed to vote for him. Reopened april 1, 1 a thoroughly the Central House James e. King proprietor. Formerly the Iron City hotel u centrally located near the depots. Good v a livery near the hotel. 38yl canal Dover Ohio. New Rii Lai it Kip Iii business College will open june 30, in All departments. Bookkeeping including actual business banking penmanship. Telegraphy shorthand. Type a writing elocution and music taught in the most thorough manner. For further information address w. Silott m. A. Prin. New Philadelphia Ohio. Itaf according to a census bulletin the real estate mortgage debt citizens Alabama was january 1, 1390, $39,027,-93 am at the same period the same class debt in Iowa footed up $199,-034,950. It will not be senator Mills this year the governor Texas having named . Horace Chilcot for the vacancy caused l y the resignation senator Teagan but it May be speaker Mills next Winter. The p. A St. Louis railway. It an handle route. A schedule taking effect june 15, 1890. Going West. Trains depart from the 1�?T v so St. Louis elect us Nicksville Junction As follows express. 11-05 a m accommodation. T 5-20 a m express. 12-15 a m express. T 3-53 p m Republican editors Are not saying anything about the def it in the Treasury now staring the country in the face. They have so often said that it could not come that they hate to ack Niedge that it will soon be at band. Going East. Express. Express. Express. Accommodation 2 45 a m f 11-05 a m 2-40 p m f 8-15 p m a every Day. Central except sunday. Through coaches from Uhrich gulp Junction to Eitt Surg , Indianapolis and St. Louis Pullman Palace sleeping care attached to through trains East and West. For time tables rates fare through tickets and further information regarding the running trains apply to ticket agent Uhrichsville j unction Ohio. E. A. Ford Gen. Pas. And ticket agent. Pittsburg a. Joseph Woon Gen. Manager Pittsburg a. P a Ltd p in a hid p o now s apr it c$1 i Clio c4 5. S e As. A i t i x cd Uno. 6. S a c4 Ssiss ? rho 71rh e it it in if to c4 w 7-1 �?�4�? c 5s. X x n to a 0q y h x a _ a a c c 22 w a it -4 to 73 to g 2 s is <5? ooh it _ i-4 in it w s. A Sci c i x re it m Gen. B. F. Butler who was recently ejected from a court room by order judge Carpenter Rhode Island who was temporarily sitting in the United states court at Boston has requested that a contemplated indignation meeting citizens at Fanuel Hall be not held As it is his purpose to obtain redress in the courts. France has been trying a High protective Tariff a la Mckinley and the result is an uprising the people which threatens to become revolutionary unless the duties Are lowered. The question is now under discussion in the French parliament and its decision will be watched with interest by the people this Side the Atlantic. No Querrer convention has Ever been held than that the Republican league at Cincinnati after deliberately insulting . Harrison and Yelling itself hoarse for Blaine it elected a Man president who had in a Long letter read to the convention slurred at . Blaine and reciprocity and declared himself in favor making the Force Bill the Issue next year. It was the advice this same Many a. S. Clarkson a that led the republicans into the Waterloo last november we Are pleased that he was elected president the league and we Hope that he will be allowed to run the Republican end the Campaign next year. The cheapest place in the county to get your prescriptions filled is at Wells drug store new Philadelphia. 19w 1 Samuel Ridgeway an old gentleman residing Oldtown Valley died last wednesday. He was buried Friday last. Skilled labourers in the Coke regions Pennsylvania Are being driven out and their places filled by italians. Serious trouble will Likely follow. The clothing firm Greenberger amp better canal Dover will be dissolved july first by Mutual consent and a Large Stock is now offered at extraordinary Low prices. Remnants 4, and 0 Rolls Fine paper at half pric at a Ells drug store. Get our prices Good paper before you buy and save Vioney. Wells drug it store 19wi new Philadelphia. We have announced the names this week Edgar a. Walter and Fernsel As candidates for auditor. Any others wishing to announce in the times now have the Opportunity As the Campaign is open. Bear in mind that the times office is in the Meyers Block near the Sherman House. We Are glad to meet our patrons whether business not. We wish you to Call and see us in our new quarters. A Survey is being made for a switch from the c., l. Amp w. It. R. To the grounds where the building for the wire and Nail Mill is to be erected. Construction the building will commence As soon As the switch is completed. Old Hutchinson the noted wheat dealer Chicago who was Worth about $0,000,000 a year two ago is now poor. His family thinks he is off in mind As he has made so Many bad deals lately. Ill gotten gains Are Likely to pass away. We advertise for Sale this week the real estate a. E. Roth deceased locate d near Tien ton. J n k Ader i a f this City who is Assignee said Roth has a Well selected Stock general merchandise which he desires to sell in bulk quantities to suit purchasers. Court common pleas adjourned Over until monday May Isth account circuit court which begun tuesday. There Are Twenty cases the circuit court Calendar. Judges Albaugh Follett and Jenner the Bench. Services in the m. E. Church sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 30 p. Sunday school at 9 a. Or. Epworth league monday 7 30 p. Prayer meeting wednesday 7 30 p. Or. Seats free. All Are invited. I9tf Massillon com Randery no. 4, will have annual services next Sabbath afternoon at 3 p. In., at the German lutheran Church canal Dover. Rev. Kemper the episcopal Church Massillon will deliver the everybody invited. Mrs Sarah Howells West front St died sunday morning at 4 clock pneumonia. She leaves a husband and several Small children. She was the daughter . John Griffeth this City. She was a member the m. E Church. Funeral was at 2 clock p. Tuesday. Rev. Keys conducted the services. David it a Iff Coshocton was in his native City Friday. M is. A Deiman has returned from her Kansas City trip. Messes. Charlie Glover and r. T. Hunt Coshocton were in our City wednesday. Judge Albaugh was the guest John s. Graham esq., last tuesday. Editor Scott the reporter gave our Sanctum a social Call last tuesday. Mrs. Uhrich Kansas City is visiting her father Jacob Degreif this City. Messes. Chas. Mackaman Harry Crater and Clias. Haas Sun Dayed in Uhrichsville. Or. J. Welch Deersville Harrison county sited . And mrs. Moore last week. We Are pleased to note that . Shaw ver whom we spoke As being seriously ill last week is improving slowly. Hon. We. Johnson Columbus was shaking hands with his Many friends and acquaintances in this City tuesday. Miss Lizzie Torgler Zanesville was called by Telegram to the bed Side her sister mrs. Dollan in this City last saturday. Mrs. E. A. Simon Lei t Friday noon for a visit with her parents in Washingtonville. Rev. E. A. Simon is also going later in the week will return Friday. Hubert Irvine is the guest his brother Frank who has been confined to his room the past week with a severe sprain but we Are pleased to learn is Able to be about again. S i it Ial t it k ate m ent. From Dundee. At the France Nie Dieal Institute 38 Ami -10 a Vest Gay Street. For Catarrh in All its various forms asthma bronchitis consumption and All other Throat nose and lung diseases by inhalation treatment with compressed gases. The physicians the above Institute Are becoming so Well and favourably known m Columbus that it is hardly necessary to mention their Superior skill. Those who Are incurable Are frankly told so. Some who think their troubles Are a trifling nature Are found by their Peculiar methods analysing diseased conditions to be not Only in a dangerous condition but beyond human Power to control. Likewise Many who have doctored for years even until they have Given up the cherished Hope a cure in despair and resigned themselves to a miserable existence Are speedily and permanently returned to health especially is this True diseases the nervous system. To those who have become discouraged we would say by All Means visit the doctors and obtain their opinion if you have not already done so. Beautiful Spring delightful season May in All its splendor. Nature with renewed charms. Fields and Woods have donned a new Robe. Birds and beasts again Are Happy and free. The Long silent Frog is making his Spring announcements. The old time Bumblebee is abroad singing his bewitching song. The school boy May be seen wandering to and fro with a fishing pole his shoulder and a smile frown his face. The Clank the Corn planters Hoe is again heard. Assessor Haas is going the rounds discharging the duties his office. George Mckean is enjoying a Brief rest with parents and friends. William Brown Tippecanoe o., Sun Dayed at Home. We. Everhart and wife Baltic visited the latter a parents . And mrs. E. Jennings sunday. J. Ii. Benfer was to Canton one Day last week business. Frank Adams is spending a few Days with family Here. Budd Johnson expects to leave for Ada tomorrow tuesday where he will attend school the coming summer. J. W. Stoutt is setting a Good example for our citizens by having his Resi Deuce painted. Mathias Itskin is doing the work. John King is building a stable East main Street. W. L. Rice and family moved to canal Dover last week. We regret very much to see such worthy citizens leave our midst yet there is some Consolation in the thought that our loss is Dover a gain. We wish them Success. D. A a. Shie will occupy the House vacated by . Rice. Albert Crise and Alisa Edith Steff e left last saturday for Ada where they expect to a drink at the Fountain knowledge this summer. Mrs. Stoutt our reliable Milliner has purchased a Lull Stock the latest and Best goods in her line. Jacob Boone and wife spent sunday with parents the latter near wines Burg. Miss Celia Kanagy spent a few Days in new Philadelphia last week the guest her Cousin miss Kate. Miss Floy Mauk is sojourning a few Days at canal Dover with w. L. Rice and family. Brother the Road supervisor will Call you soon to put in your time the Public roads. Now while your sleeves Are rolled up and your mind is favourably inclined can to we join hands and hearts in an Earnest Effort to construct a decent sidewalk at least from the depot to the Post office. We need it Why not have it the schools the township have All engaged teachers for next Winter but those this place. No. 1, f. E. Keller no. 2, j. W. Burris no. 3, ii. Koehler no. 4, l. A. Sigrist no. 5, j. F. Koehler no. 7, E. Garver no. 8, s. R. Booher. Nos. 3, 4, 5 and 7 retained last years teacher. Wayne township employs wide awake teachers. May 4,1891. Junta. Hartwood. Farmers Are Busy As bees with their farm work. Some have planted Corn and others will Plant soon. Misses Callie and Louisa Weingarth were afflicted with the la Grippe last week. L. A. Carruthers and f. Moore two our Young teachers will Start to Scio next wednesday to attend a term school. Success boys. J. J. Murphy will teach District no. 4, in this township next Winter. This will be his second term. L. D. Carruthers has been engaged to teach the Mumma District in Salem township next Winter. He has taught there four terms previous to this which Speaks Well for both patrons and teacher. E. Blair is now teaching the Albany school lie has also been engaged to teach the Winter term. He is a us c Cess Ful teacher. Our school is now under the management a Young Man by the name Carr from Guernsey county. Wish him Success. F. Moore has been retained to teach the Glassgow school for next Winter. This makes his 3d Winter term. He seems to be the right Man in the right place. L. A. Carruthers will again teach District no. 1, Salem township next Winter. This will be his second year. J. F. Cappel is now teaching at pleasant Valley. He has been engaged to teach the Winter term also. J. 11. Mcfadden is teaching a summer term school at Newtown. L. 1. Carruthers is now teaching a two months term at District no. 4, this township. Miss Louisa m. Stocker is teaching a summer term at District no. A Clay township. Thomas Daugherty has secured the contract for carrying the mail from Newtown to Newcomerstown for the next four years. Curby amp Carpenter Are sawing a log Yard the farm j. P. Woodard. Miss Mary Daugherty is now canvassing books the lives w. T. Sherman and p. T. Barnum. John Casteel died the 21st last month. He had been a Soldier and had Long been a sufferer from lung trouble. He Only survived his wife about two months. Lie leaves two children to Battle with the world All alone. Mrs. Henry Clursey died last saturday a week april 25. She had been sick but a Short time. She leaves a husband and two sons to mourn the loss a loved one. Antony Miller Albany is very Low at present with typhoid fever with Little Hopes his recovery. L. Murphy is also very sick with typhoid fever. It was with sadness we Learned the death Rev. Dodd. He was Well known in this Section As he was several years superintendent the port Washington schools. He was honoured and respected by All who knew him. We extend our sympathies to the family. X. Y. Z. Beal estate transfers. Compiled in the office the recorder deeds ii. T. Mints recorder. 22o 500 goo 1,800 2,gig 1g0 goo go 1,700 1,700 from Philip site pkg teachers Kami nations. Eert a new Philadelphia Market. Corrected weekly by John Kaderly produce dealer at time our going to press. Flour Patent to 5 80 a sack. 1 50 9 Best family barrel. 5 20 a a Amber sack. 140 wheat to Bushel. 1 05 Oats p. Bushel. 00 Lye Bushel. 55 butter 1? Pound. 14 eggs Quot dozen. 10 buckwheat Fizur p poua4. �,5 hams a Pound. 10 shoulders a Pound. O sides a up Pound. Go lard v Pound. 08 tallow Pound. 04 beef v Pound. 07 2.14 Salt Goshen barrel. 1 15 Salt new York per bbl. White Lime p barrel. Akron Cement ? barrel. Calcined plaster barrel. Rand plaster ton. I barrel. Potatoes Bushel. Rags per Pound. Onions per Bushel. Hay per ton. La Ofphy seed per Bushel. Wool. Irti Lizer per ton. Tokens per Pound. 1 30 1 00 1 35 2 25 9 00 1 50 1 2 01 1 00 7 00 1 80 28 amp 30 35 00 07 06 08 50 the growth democratic clubs the country is phenomenal when one comes to consider the fact that the democrats have no favored class to draw upon for funds to be used in pushing their organization adding to their membership As their Republican opponents have in the protected manufacturers. The democratic clubs have been up to this time entirely self supporting a spontaneous uprising the people As it were. They Are doing a great and Good work for the party and All members so situated that they cannot take an Active part in club work should Aid them by becoming contributing members. Remember that Clarkson Dudley and company Are a a in the Saddle a the other Side Well supplied with audacity and a a Boodle a Feys Quot a. Geese each. Clover seed per Bushel. 4 75 jts foreign markets 3d Page. The hardest blow yet struck the much vaunted by republicans tin plate clause the Mckinley Tariff act which goes into effect july 1, next was Given by Hon. David a. Wells who says that the Standard Oil monopoly will thereby be benefited to the extent $1,500,000 a year in draw backs the tin used in its Export packages. Or. Wells says that notice was served . Mckinley and his Republican associates by the Standard Oil people that unless their interests were taken care by the insertion a provision allowing a draws Bank import pts tin plate used in the Export tuition Domestic products they would defeat the Bill. The provision was inserted and under it this wealthy monopoly will get its tin plate for about $3.52 a Box while All Ordinary Consumers will have to about $g.q0 a Box. We Are pleased to note that our Young Friend Floyd Milar has accepted the position As clerk in the grocery and provision store Schweitzer amp Thornburg this City. Messes. S. Amp t. Have made a Good Choice As Floyd is a complaisant As Well As a Bright and moral Young Man and will Lill the position with ability and credit. If James e. Campbell is to be cast aside by the democracy Ohio Why not bring Hon. S. S. Yoder Lima o., to the front. He is a True Blue Democrat a Tariff reformer and would ably defend the principles that the democracy Ohio must necessarily adopt As a part the platform. Judge Yoder was a Tuscarawas county boy and could rally the boys to his support. Or. Lantz the old gentleman that was injured in the collision Street car and Amp 1�?T. Train at canal Dover a few Days ago died Munday night about 12 clock the injuries received. He is the Only one who has died evil die. The others injured Are All recovering. He leaves a wife and two sons. We Are sorry to Liea the fatal termination the Accident last week gov Campbell appointed w. B. Rennie this City District mine inspector for the 4th District. Senator Buchanan ably assisted . Rennie in getting the appointment. Or. Rennie is a practical Man and will fill the position with ability and credit. We Are pleased to know that he received the appointment. T. H. Love Leesville the retiring official will turn Over the office August 1st. I it is. France amp Ottman formerly new York now the France medical and surgical Institute Columbus Ohio by request Many friends and patients have decided to visit new Philadelphia monday May 11. Consultation and examination free and strictly confidential in the private parlor the Sherman House from 9 a. To i p. A one Day Only. Pittsburgh Stock Market for the a Eek ending april 30 cattle Choice. $g. to $6.30 other grades. 3.35 to 5.60 closing tone Market Dull. Hogs heavy. 5.30 to 5.40 other grades. 5.00 to 5.20 closing tone Dull. Sheep Choice. 5.25 to 5.50 other grades. 3.50 to 4 30 lambs. 5.00 to g.25 closing tone firm. The Board examiners Tuscarawas county will meet for the examination applicants for teachers certificates in new Philadelphia May 2d, and Lgth. Newcomerstown june Goth. New Philadelphia june 13th. Examinations will begin promptly at 8 clock a. M., and no one will be admitted to the class after 9 ?Tclock.�? strangers must furnish testimonials Good moral character from responsible persons with whom the examiners Are Well acquainted. Before entering the class each applicant must furnish the clerk the Board a stamped envelope with his address. All work must be done with pen and Ink Aud the necessary paper win be furnished by the Board. Examiners Chas. Haupert p. Ii. Sig Irist a. Baker. From Uduc Quorn the citizens Bakersville and Vicinity Are somewhat elated Over the Prospect having a flouring Mill built at that place. We. Lash Bolivar and a . Klein near Bolivar were in Ragersville saturday making a proposition. The citizens Are willing to make a Liberal donation and Well they might be for a town without a flouring Mill can not hold Trade and compete with towns that have a Mill. Messes. Lash amp Kline Are Good men and would be valuable citizens to the town. By All Means secure the improvement Rev. J. A. Cooke Sermon to the members the g. A. R. And w. R. Last night was one the grandest and most impressive addresses Ever delivered in Steubenville. The topic was a keep us from temptation and the matter individual responsibility was most eloquently handled. The address abounded m sound advice and members the bodies that heard it Are enthusiastic in its evening Star. Anyone who desires a lot convenient to the rolling Mill should Call s. Moore. Lota can be had at a Low figure in the Block West front Street adjoining . Dubach. Terms�?$50 Down and $50 per year until paid. Also some Nice lots reasonable terms sixth Street adjoining the Rev. Kingly property. Also Walnut Street. Easy payments and Long time. Call at this office and we will show you the lots.i5tf a few Choice residence lots adjoining corporation the East Side North Broadway for Sale not far from electric St. Light. Do not miss the Opportunity. For Price terms Etc., which Are reasonable enquire s. Moore times office address Ben. F. Sauer Burton station Beauga co., 9tf pure and Rich possessing All the nutritious properties malt chases Barley malt whisky is a perfect tonic for building up the system. A. Bippus amp son sole agent for new Philadelphia. As a wild Rose swore off and went died we will try and fill his place the Best we can. The Farmers Are done sowing Oats for this Spring. We have Good prospects for plenty fruit All kinds this summer. Miss Mary Adam who has been employed at canal Dover for some visited her parents last sunday. W. G. Miller sold a Fine horse to John Miller and delivered him at Newcomerstown last monday. To Philipsburg a Quill shovers thinks he knows a Little alter All. May 2, 1891. U. B. Still. A Katlyn a la fact companion. Our town is very quiet. The Farmers Are All Busy at work preparing for Corn planting. The sunday schools our town commenced sunday May 3, 1891. The office Justice the peace was transferred april 28th, from a. G. Reg Ula to g. W. Meese our late elected Justice. Is an intelligent Young Man and we wish him Success in his office. The sub Alliance our town met saturday night last at 8 clock. It was opened by h. Haas president. Secretary g. W. Meese Road the minutes the last meeting. The question discussed was resolved that a Mechanic is More Benefit in general than a Farmer. A dutch sulivant a Delegate our sub Alliance attended the county Alliance convention held at canal Dover saturday May 2nd. Fred Beitzel i3 preparing for shipping Ore. The Amp m. R. R. . Will put in a switch the Yeagel farm. Or. Gust Regula commenced Clie Eso making at the old stand owned and occupied by r. Buehler. G. Is a promising Young Man and we wish him Success. P. J. Arth took a trip to Dakota to visit his son Peter. Rev. Baker from Pittsburgh pa., preached a trial Sermon last saturday night to the evangelist lutherans congregation Zions Church this place. Or. De. Putt spent sunday in Dover township with his Uncle . Vilar. Calvin calamity. Painless childbirth our new Book tells How any woman May become a Mother without suffering any pain whatever. Also How to treat and overcome morning sickness swelled limbs and other evils attending pregnancy. It is reliable and highly endorsed by physicians As the wife a True private companion. Send two cent stamp for descriptive circulars and confidential letter sent in sealed envelope. Addres Frank Thomas amp cd. Publishers Baltimore my. 45yl Many years practice have Given A. Snow amp co., solicitors patents at Washington d. C., unsurpassed Success in obtaining patents for All classes invention. They make a specially rejected cases and have secured allowance Many patents that had been previously a rejected. Their advertise ment in another column we ill be interest to inventors patentees manufacturers and All who have to do with patents. _ 2tf Solo. Ackerman to Louis Geckeler lot 2, 300 j. Dallas to Catharine g. Dallas 54 acres Salem. 1,000 Mary j. Mears to George Bear 1 \ acres Perry. 130 trustees u. B. Church to Hattie s. Brill part lots 45 and 46, Westchester. 215 Hattie s. Brill to George Bear it lots 45 and 4g, Westchester .225 Henry Scheuss exp a to Frank Garver part lot 3, Hagersville .225 j. A. Wagner to J. Castor 7-8 acres Franklin. 140 Jacob h. Reed to w. A. Beers 37 6-100 acres Oxford. 2,000 w. A. Beers to Damaris Reed 37 6-100 acres Oxford. 2,000 Nicholas Winkler to Mary Border lot 38, Dover. 1,000 Philip Shafer to Callie a. Hostetler part lots 1 and 2, Dover. Ii. W. Enck to Frank Allison 19 67-100 acres Franklin. H. L. Savidge to r. S. Sears part lot 461, new Philadelphia. W. Rosenberry to Ida j. Harris 11 acres and 108 rods sugar Creek. Eliza e. Keesy to r. F. Gardner lots 15 and 16, Dennison. J. Rutledge to j. Ii. Y Arger lots 95 and 96, Midvale. Celinda and Richard Polson to Henry l. Savidge lots 461, 462, 463 and 464, new Philadelphia 2,000 ii. A. Savidge to j. L. Kennedy part lot 461, new Philadelphia. Mary and a. R. Dempster to w. E. And ii. D. Foster lot 15 Uhrichsville. Charles e. Williams guard., to John nagely lot 49 and part lot 50, new Penila Delphua. B. Williams guard., to John nagely lot 49 and part 50, new Philadelphia. Nancy d. And trios. Moore to a. Ii. And w. A. Hardesty 102 22 100 acres Goshen. 20,442 j. B. Keffer to John Keffer it Al 16 acres Warwick. Albert Brick Unsderfer to John ii. Keffer it Al 39-726 acres. Louisa Mitchell to Laura Sargent 102 3 8 acres Oxford. We. J. Larrison to Thos. Price lot 2, Dover. We. W. Porter to John Dent 26 100 acres Mill. Sheriff Goeler to we. P. Porcher 14 30-100 acres Dover. Anna m. Waddington to John Kaderly 175 3-100 acres Goshen 20,000 John Brown to Andrew t. Hogue 9 47-160 acres and lots 60, 61,62 and 63, Perry. 622 Frost Laktic. Farmers Are very Busy planting Corn. Sheriff Goeler new Philadelphia was in town business last monday. Cha3. Be key Cleveland it >., spent a few Days last week with his parents. He returned there to engage in his former occupation lathing. Seven graduates the Baltic High school attended the teachers examination at new Philadelphia last saturday. Success to them All. Jas. Rinehart went to 1 Uniontown o., where he has accepted a position As clerk in a provision store. Prof. H. Shutt was in Coshocton last week business. Wheat is Worth $1.08 per Bushel and Farmers Are taking advantage the Price. Our milliners Are doing quite a flourishing business this season. Rev. Wilson Yeisley pastor the lutheran Church left tuesday last week for his new Home at scenery Hill a. Rev. E. L. Baker Pennsylvania held services in the lutheran Church sunday evening. The school Board met and hired the following teachers for the coming year principal ii. Shutt intermediate Edith Metzler primary Althea Berkey. Samuel Moore new Philadelphia was in town last saturday business. Come again. John , who is in canal Dover taking a course in dentistry spent Sabbath at Home. Quite a number Young ladies and gentlemen attended a Ball at new Bedford Friday evening. All report a Nice time. W. A. Berkey was called to Zanesville saturday to attend court. Mrs. Logan Young Hickory it has removed to Baltic where she will make her future Home with her daughter mrs. Or. Barton. If the citizens Maple Street would take Pride in keeping up sidewalks As 250 50 7.000 1,800 300 3.000 Washington letter. Merit Winn. We desire to say to our citizens that for years we have been Selling . Kings new discovery for consumption . Kings new life pills Bucklen a Arnica Salve and electric bitters and have never handled remedies that sell As Well that have Given such Universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time and we stand ready to refund the Purchase Price if satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won their great popularity purely their merits. F. Miller amp songs those aching Teeth. Or. O. L. Kean Creston o., will be at new Philadelphia May 20th, to extract Teeth without pain sleep. The doctor is the Patentee this pro Cess and will be Here in person. Call and have your bad Teeth removed. Remember the Date at the Sherman House april 29th. Will be at Uhrichsville the 28th, and canal Dover the 30th for the aged those suffering from weakness la Gripp us . Gentsch a beef Iron and wine tonic. It is pleasant an effective. Gentsch amp co., druggists Southwest Eor. Public Square. 18\v4 i work done Call St tikes office report Tuscarora school Barnhill for term ending april 25, 1s91 no. Of pupils enrolled boys 25, girls 10. Average per cent attendance 24. Average monthly enrolment 29. Chas. Bearkheimer and Hattie Sells were neither tardy nor absent the entire term. J. L. Hykes teacher. Use Wells horse and cattle powder. The Best in the Market our own make at Weller drug store 19w4 Gonter does in the drive Way we Aiex. Would have a Fine Street. Try it. S i ringer. From our regular correspondent. Washington d. C., May 1,1891. Or. Blaine will i am informed shortly remove himself from the danger being struck by presidential lightning by writing a letter declining to allow his name to be considered in connection with the nomination next year and announcing his fealty to . Harrison and Bis desire to see him nominated but there is another danger that he either lacks the courage inclination to remove himself from and which May prove As disastrous to him As the anchors he once cast to Windward by the advice a Burn this letter Fisher. This danger arises from his desire to protect the financial interests his Friend Stephen b. Elkins who is a leading member the Syndicate that now has the government sealing privilege in Behring sea. But for this desire All the trouble might have been avoided for the coming season in alaskan we aters As it is known that the British minister was ready to pledge his government to Stop All British vessels from capturing seals for one year if . Blaine would make the same pledge for american vessels. Last year before Elkins became interested in the sealing Industry that was what . Blaine was asking for but now he does no to wish to Stop the sealing because his Friend Hopes this season to take an enormous number a courageous Treasury agent blocked the game last season by stopping the catch but a More accommodating agent in the person j. Stanley Brown once the private Secretary president Garfield and now the husband Mollie Garfield has been selected for duty with the sealers this season and . Elkins and his partners anticipate no trouble in taking All the seals they can catch if . Blaine can Only maintain the state quo until the fall. Secretary Foster appears to be getting what the boys Call a a rattled Over the condition the Treasury. To quiet the alarm created by the announcement that lie intended to extend the outstanding 41 per cent Bonds at 2 per cent instead redeeming them when they mature september 1st, next he had his director the mint furnish a statement to the press which made it appear that the enormous sum $258,-0i 000 was available to any debts appropriations. This was so absurd that . Foster had himself interviewed in order that he might say that he did not altogether endorse that statement. He then proceeds to figure out an available Cash surplus $70,000,000, and to naively inform the country that he also considers the $100,000,000 in Gold which has always been regarded As a Reserve held against the $350,000,-000, greenbacks in circulation to be available Cash and that he will not hesitate to use it if it conies to a Pinch. Notwithstanding these statements the daily balance Sheet the Treasury for yesterday shows a surplus less than $12,000,000. The evident Larrison Stampede which has set in among the big republicans is exciting the curiosity political observers. Even Quay Clarkson and Dudley have announced their allegiance to a Little Lenny a and their determination to see him nominated. The Only reason that i can see for it is that no other Man wants the dubious Honor lending the Republican forlorn Hope next year. Representative Mcmillin Tennessee who is a candidate for speaker the House and several his friends held a conference this week. Or. Me millin has been travelling in the Eastern states and the presumption is that he has been doing a Little quiet missionary work for himself. He declines to talk about his prospects further than to say that he is in the fight until the speaker is elected. A called backs is now applicable to sex senator Blair who the chinese emperor declines to receive As u. 8. Minister. Some other diplomatic position is to be found for . Blair who has been ordered to report to the department state. The joint committee Senate and House that has been trying to locate the waste Money in the printing and distribution Public documents has adjourned until june. Its members have found out enough to make it certain that from 15 to 25 per cent the Money now paid out May easily be saved. The same tiling could be done in every Branch the government if the attempt was made by men unhampered and in Earnest. The report the investigation made into the antecedents the italians lynched at new Orleans by the . District attorney that place has been received by the attorney general and turned Over to . Blaine who will de cide whether it shall be made Public. The Arizona kicker. Ftp editor continue to do business at the old stand. We extract the following items from she last Issue the Arizona i Vickor a surprised week we had a Friendly criticism Jim Taylor who keeps the whisky ranch at the other end the Bridge. We stated that his Den was probably the nearest imitation hades to to found Earth and that the people this Section were not going their duty in allowing Jim to consume so Inoh oxygen Hydrogen. It was intended As a pleasant Oai Tion to Jim to set his shanty fire and go hence but he did no to take it that Way. On wednesday this week to came Over to take our Scalp. He did no to drop a hint As to his intentions but when to caught sight him a Block off be know by the Jerk his eyebrows that to meant us. If . Taylor expects to make a Success in life he must carefully Obs Orvo two three things. Done to pull 3rour gun too Quick. Done to shoot before you got ready. Done to yell who. You shoot As it Only rattles your own Norvo. He opened us at a distance 200 feet which was 180 feet too much. To was in too great a hurry to take aim and his bullets wore wasted. His yells took away his breath. When to had fired six bullets at us we closed in put him his Back and Mado him Hollor in about sixty seconds. The look Surprise and astonishment his face Asho found himself licked was a laughable sight. The boys put him in an empty barrel and rolled him around until to was thoroughly weary and Nestor Day he was chased out his Divo Axil departed for the mountains. It did no to fait. A last saturday the Granite Hill savings Bank this town failed to open its doors and a notice was posted up to the offset that it would open in about a week and at last fifty cents the Dollar. The boys got together about ten clock and . Duggan Trio president was invited to explain matters. He said he Hadnot time just then but after a rope had Boon passed Over his neck he explained that Tho failure had been caused by overconfidence in Silver mine investments. The boys doubted this and . Duggan was taken to the Bank and compelled to show his books and Bis Cash. After figuring for about two hours a committee found that Thore was Money enough to Evory depositor $1.47 Tho Dollar and it was accordingly passed out and the Bank wound up in shipshape fashion. It was no failure but simply going out business. Or. Duggan had calculated a let to Scop but the boys got ahead him. To left town Foyt carrying a spare paper Collar in his Hind pocket and to will probably look for some Hay seed town in which to begin life anew. We have a failure hero in Trade now and then but to permit no Bank to fail unless All depositors Are first paid in full. Fireside fragments. A beet Root sliced with liquor poured Over it makes a Fine red colouring for jellies. A water ice extract Tho juice from one quart berries add Ono Pound Nul ated sugar Tho juice Ono Lemon i and a pint cold water mix thoroughly and gentleman. A among the singular differences Between Tho two sides the face a German professor notes that the right ear is almost invariably higher than Tho left. A to Wash knit crocheted silk articles use warm water and White Cas Tilo soap. Squeeze the articles through Tho water until Thoy Are clean then rinse in cold water Lay in a Towel Roll up and wring until nearly dry pull into shape and keep them in a dark room but while they Are still Damp rub in one direction with a piece soft flannel until Thoy Are perfectly dry. Done to Iron. A Straw Berry Melet beat the Whites three eggs until very stiff add the elks and beat Well again and add three tablespoonfuls powdered sugar Ono tablespoonful flour Writh one third a teaspoonful baking powder mixed with it Mash Ono cupful Straw berries and add to Tho mixture Cook like an Ordinary Melet serve hot buttered and Well dusted with powdered Herald. A to separate Honey from the comb put Honey comb and All into a tin pail upon a moderately warm stove adding a tablespoonful water to each Pound Honey. Stir occasionally with a piece wire until the contents Tho Are in a liquid condition. Do not allow boiling to begin. Remove Tho from Tho fire and set in a Cool place. Tho cake Wax to which All impurities will adhere May then be carefully lifted off off with a knife. A Beefsteak is very easily prepared and should not to cooked till Tho rest the dinner is ready to Servo. It should not to Fried. A piping hot Skillet with no fat the meat thrown in seared rapidly Ono Side and turned and cooked that Side sprinkled with Salt put a hot Platter dotted with bits butter set in Tho oven while Tho other things Aro placed rapidly the table. The Beauty Good Beefsteak is to have it cooked quickly and served Al old Homestead. A browned Rice Wash Well a cupful Rice and dry thoroughly then Brown in Tho Ovon the same As Coffee stirring frequently to prevent scorching and to preserve a uniform color. But the Rice thus browned into an earthenware China dish add one and a half cups water and steam until tender in a Steamer Over a Kettle boiling water. One hour will generally be a sufficient length time for cooking. Serve hot with Cream and Rural. Opportunity., for Exchange a splendid Home made Phaeton nearly new. Will Exchange for a Young Mare horse from 3 to 6 yrs old must be a Good stylish animal. Will take difference As the Case May require. Inquire at the times office. A. Master human destinies am i Fame love and Fortune my footsteps wait. Cities and Fields i walk. I penetrate deserts and seas Remote. And passing by Hovel and Mart and Palace soon late i Knock unbidden once at every Gate. If sleeping Wake if feasting Rise before i turn away it is the hour Fate. And those who follow me reach every state mortals desire and conquer every foe save death but those who doubt hesitate. Condemned to failure penury and woe seek me in vain and uselessly implore i answer not and i return no More. a but fail not in this respect seize every Opportunity to travel Over the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul railway. From Beaverdam. A Safe investment. Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results in Case failure a return Purchase Price. On this Safe plan you can buy from our advertised druggist a bottle . Kings new discovery for consumption. It is guaranteed to bring Relief in every Case when used for any affection Throat lungs Chest such As consumption i Tia meation lungs bronchitis asthma whooping cough croup Etc., Etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to taste perfectly Safe and can always be depended upon. Trial bottles free at Miller amp songs drug store. Attention Farmers. Ointment. Only 25 cents per Box. 18w4 a to Sci amp co., druggists. Nine Jason Henderson a children Are sick measles. We Sites has his Corn All planted. We attended the Alliance meeting at the Henderson school House. Some the members have a kicked Over a traces and will not be bound in a con Twenty dollars in Gold to any Farmer who can furnish evidence that any Binder Mower has As Many Points excellence As the famous Mccormick. Sold by John Myers nor Ali court House new Philadelphia 15tf in Lanty Alibi. Anxious Mother How is that you have so much trouble with your housekeeping you told me your wife could Cook. Adult Sony she can. A then what is the matter a a she . Y. Weekly. Might Havu in run worse. Husband in a sorry that burglar got your watch last night my dear but there a one thing to be thankful for. Wife what a that husband he did no to Wake up the . For cuts bruises sores and ulcers All kinds use . Gentsch a Balsamic u vote for the Choice the Alli Ance. They Mav go with their Alliance if they will them Back their Money. A great bargain one the finest dwelling properties in new Philadelphia in the most popular part the City. Cost to build $9,000. Can be sold at a great bargain if sold Between now and May 1st. Cail and see us at the times office. As a prompt efficient and painless laxative cathartic to the bowels u3e woman Angel wins heaven would have additional attractions to dear woman if she could have some Assurance that she would be permitted unrestricted Choice in the color and Cut her Angel pres. For All blood liver and kidney disorders loss appetite rheumatism amp a. Use . Gentsch a syrup Sarsaparilla compound. I8w4 Gentsch a co., druggists. Try them. 18w4 Msj Wjk. Amp co., drug Gister Bowers Samuel Moore. For loss appetite indigestion and debility it use . Gentsch a strengthening bitters. Only 75 cents per bottle. Chw 1 Gentsch a co., druggists. If you want a Nice building lot in a Oen Tihy pills. Desirable location Don t fail to see the Oak Grove addition. Call George w. 15tf

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