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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - May 15, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published Evert thursday one Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill heals posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Toub favor solicited. Volume v. New Philadelphia times the a times Quot advertising rates. Space. I to. 3 to. 6 to. I y . One Inch. $100 $2 $3 00 Joo three inches. 2 5 7 50 j 6 six inches. Too 7 50 12 50 22 50 half column. Of 12 50 22 50 40 one column. B 22 50 40 00 75 business notices ten cents per Philadelphia o., thursday May 15, 1890. Number 20 Pittsburg it. Wayne amp Chicago Railroad condensed time table in effect nov. To Tor trains depart from Alliance As follows Central time going West no. I. Fast line. 9. Chicago express. La. Mail. 3, mail express. Going a s no. Fast line. 14. Accommodation. 4. Mail. 10. Fast express. 29. Day express. To. Alliance accommodation. T 2-30 a in 10-20 a in 9-10 a in 4-50 p in 3-45 a in t 0-30 a in 3 to p in 11 30 a in to -3�?~ p 111 2-45 i in new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday May is 1890. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5, trains leave Alliance for Niles and Youngtown at 5 a in 1 -15 a in and 2-40 p in. Arrive at Alliance from Niles and Youngstown at ->9 a in. 4-40 and a i it p in. . 3 has Pullman Palace sleeping cars through to Chicago. For time tables rates fare through tickets and baggage checks and further information regarding the running trains apply to the ticket agent Alliance Ohio. A daily. Daily except sunday. A daily except monday. E a. Ford., general pass Ami ticket agent. Joseph Wood manager Pittsburgh a. The p. C. Amp St. Louis railway. Pan handle route. Schedule taking effect nov. To 1s00. Going West. Trains depart from the p. C. Is St. Louis depot Uhrichsville Junction As follows. La a a in. T 5 20 a in. 12-15 a in express. Accommodation i press. Express. P in going East. Express. Express. Express. A cum Moadath 2-45 a in t 11-95 a in 2 4 i it in t 8-1 p n Kirtner new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following hates one year in if not paid within three Mots 1.50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A a address All matter intended for publication to the times. The Singer sewing machine factory at Elizabeth a j. Burned Down the 6th inst. Loss several millions. A congressman in fact. Jewett Harrison county is to Nave a fair sept 23, 24, and 25,1890, known a the Jefferson Carroll and Harrison District fair. The Asylum at Tongue Pointe near Montreal Canada burned the 6lh, inst. Over too inmates cremated in the building. Saturday evening during the heavy rain storm a Cyclone struck Akron destroying and damaging 7&Quot> buildings and injuring 18 persons ail whom v. Ii survive. Quot livery Day. Central tin e except sunday. Through coaches from Uhrichsville Junction to Pittsburg a omnibus Cincinnati Indiana us and St Louis Pullman Palace sleeping t ars attached to through trains East and West. For time tables rates fan through tick ets and further information regarding die i mining trains apply to ticket agent i bricks Ville j unction Ltd Bio. E. A Ford. Gen. Pas. And ticket agent Pittsburg a. Joseph Wood Gen. Manager Pittsburg a Cleveland a Pittsburgh r. I Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect nov. To 1889. Going East. Stations. Aiu express local. By a new Philadelphia 6 25 a. In. 2 i . Canal Dover. Ii 45 a a 2 in a a 13u a a oar. 7 to 2 25 a a 2 a a Mineral Point. 7 30 a a 2 31 a a 2 31 a a Magnolia. 8 a a 2 46 a a 2 59 a a Waynesburg. She a 2 51 a a 3 07 a a Malvern. 8 35 a a 3 a a 3 25 a a Oneida. 8 45 a a 306 a a 3 32 a a Minerva. Arrive 9 us a a 315 a a 3 45 a a Bayard. 9 20 a a 3 25 a a 3 55 a Alliance. 10 05 a 4 25 a a Cleveland. 12 50 . 1215 a a 6 35 a a Wellsville. 4 5 a a Bellaire. 4 50 a a 8 5 Pittsburgh. 2 25 a a 7 0 a a i ail Illinois judge bos just had to decide that tobacco is not a necessity to a boy sixteen. By and by somebody will be Rushing into court out there to ascertain whether death is not a luxury. A a sack flour containing 280 pounds will make sos pounds bread in England and 420 pounds in the United states 7 pounds american hour being equal to 8 pounds the Best English. At least this difference is alleged to exist. Eight englishmen struck for 81,50 a Day at the pipe works monday morning. They had been receiving 81,35. They also struck for More Money for overwork which they occasionally did. Or. Merchant being accosted in a Gruff manner whereupon he gave them the g. B. The weeks doings. Going West. Stations. Mail. I express local. Leave Pittsburgh. 6 to . 12 45 . Bellaire. I 4 40 to to Wellsville. 8 to 2 40 Cleveland. I s i 05 Alliance. To 25 3 to 7 to Bayard. To 55 4 to Minerva. Ii in 4 25 7 25 Oneida. La 12 4 30 7 55 Malvern. Ii it 4 43 8 35 Waynesburg. Magnolia. La 28 la 34 5 5 07 8 55 9 20 Mineral Point. La 47 5 2 9 55 Zoar. La 53 5 35 0 to canal Dover. In 1� p in g in 40 arrive new Pella Delilih i 12 �?T20 b5 la All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for Hie est connect Ai Alliance with trains the a a great fort Wayne route running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates fare. Etc., apply to. F. . Agent. New Philadelphia Al in. Joseph woo e. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Pas. Age to Pittsburgh a. Cleveland and Marietta railway. In effect june 16, 1889. Going North. Stations. G oing s Guth. No. 4 i no. I no. 3. To Ioam 200 am la Parks by. Hoo i too 1140 250 Marietta. Loon 1201 1212 052 981 641am 1218 Oas Stanley. 925 638 1233 711 Whipple. Dio 623 1243 "725 Warner. 900 613 1257 tin Elba. 840 559 104 747 Marksburg. 839 5,52 111 75 Dexter City. 832 545 115 759 South Olive. 828 540 121 8 >5 Dudley. 822 533 130 815 Caldwell. 815 526 140 825 Belle Valley. 802 516 149 834 Ava. 752 506 155 8 to Glenwood. 74 5 500 201 843 it pleasant. 740 454 213 858 Dyersville. 72 5 441 232 918 Cambridge. 709 425 238 924 Oldham a. 659 415 215 981 Millers. 652 408 255 941 Kiln Bolt . 642 ,558 goo 940 Guernsey. 637 353 307 953 Post boy. 630 34 6 317 1003 no motown. 620 337 327 1010 Wolf a. 711 327 339 1123 Philipsburg. 600 315 344 11029 Blackband. £55 309 1450 1035 Turners. 550 303 4 go 1045 canal Dover. I 549 153 422 i lo7 a Val june. 23 1055 pm 630pu Toledo. I. 745 pm 945 1219 Canton. 128 1015 110 Akron. 1230 225 Cleveland. I Ilia 108 . I. 510 i governor Mccreary governor Buckner judge William Lindsey and congressman Carlisle Kentucky Are All candidates for the vacant seat in the United states Senate caused by the death senator Beck. Or. Carlisle would be most Benefit to the party perhaps but All Amable gentlemen and Well qualified to fill the p Ace. Or. Wilton in Brown son the late Alex Brown has concluded to be a candidate for infirmary director. Or. Brown is a Young Man Good business qualifications and has been somewhat acquainted with the management the infirmary while his father lie the office and is thoroughly qualified for th1 position lie is a Good Democrat and worthy recognition. Cyrus meneely the founder the disciple c Hurch and the meneely Normal school lately a College Hopedale died tin 4til inst. Lie was a Public spiritual Man and very religious. Much Money was spent by him to support and endow the Normal school which for Many years was one the Forem it St in Giro. Hopedale has lost her most valuable citizen and Many a student the school will regret to learn his death. Through coaches trains nos. 2 and 3, be tween Marie to Canton Akron Cleveland Arni Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with 0 w is b it n. And Ohio River packets at Cambridge with b amp East and West at Newcomerstown with p. C a St l cast and West at Dover with claw and 0 and a North and East at Valley Junction with a a l e and Valley Ray. W k Richards Gene a pass an t a. T. Wikoff Gen manager. Valley railway. In effect december 2, 1888. Going South. Stations. Going North. No. 3. I no. 7. A no. 4. No. 6. La 15am 4 15pm la Cleveland a 9 24am 230pm 12u2pmj 5 68 Peninsula. 9 03 i 42 12 30 5 37 Akron. 8 55 i 15 i 28 6 33 Canton. 7 55 12 15 2 15 7 2-5 a Val a jct Lull 30am . A. W. Porter Mill township at present one the infirmary Board will ask Hie democracy Tuscarawas county flt it a a renomination at the convention june 7th. Or. Porter was appointed to fill out the term . Ii an Ian resigned and he has served by appointment about two years. He was renominated three years ago and is serving his first term by election. He thinks the Rule two terms has not yet been applied in his Case and that he is justly entitled to a renomination according to it the precedent established. Or. Porter has serve the people faithfully and is entitled to consideration at tiny coming convention. Senator Adams Bill providing for tile taxation estates became a Law. It provides that executors and administrators shall make an inventory is Tate and tile the same with the probate judge who shall furnish a copy to tile auditor for the purpose listing All taxable property not heretofore returned and also prohibits the provision Iii wills that no inventories Bonds shall be filed. The Law is aimed at a few Money miser families who play unfair by dodging their taxes and compelling their neighbors to them. In Money matters some families Are so dishonest and Tricky that it requires a state Law to catch them the same As for stealing and . As the congressional convention is not far in the future a prominent Democrat . A. C. Gribble wrote to . Owens at Washington our present congressman who is serving his first term to know if he would not be present at the Tuscarawas county convention to see that his a political fences Quot Are All right. Or. Owens who has his country at heart and the duty he owes to his party replied in the True democratic style which is worthy More than a passing notice arid with the permission . Gribble we publish that portion the letter which is in response to the inquiry about his personal welfare a a it is hardly possible that i can get the consent our democrats Here to leave unless things a legislative nature become More settled than at present for we All. Agree that every Democrat ought not to neglect ills present duty to country and party even to serve his own personal interest. The democrats Tuscarawas were the first to vote to Send me Here. I have faithfully worked to discharge my duty during my first term and i feel quite sure that they will Accord to me the Courtesy the democratic doctrine two terms and i shall ask no More. I will attend your convention if i can get away from Here but if i am prevented i shall Trust that you and my democratic friends will Deal justly by me and i assure you that i shall appreciate and gladly reciprocate your kindness. A a very truly your Friend a a a. W. there is no doubt that . Owens has attended prom try to ins duty As a congressman Arad will continue to do so a it Gard less his i Sonai interests As to re election. His response has the True ring about it and the democracy Tuscarawas county will see to it that a delegation will be instructed to use All honorable Means for his renomination while he is doing his duty. Plain facts from tile Carroll chronicle and news Democrat a several Farmers hereabouts have received a printed letter now being circulated by a committee Summit county Farmers entering a general complaint against being Over taxed while corporations Are a i Lowed to escape. Farm land Worth so an acre is listed at 831while the Western Union Telegraph co. Is Worth 8745 a mile and is listed at 815. They say that ail the Banks in Summit county Are listed at Only $599,000. On these Points they go into detail and furnish statistics. The decline in the Price farm lands is noticed. The Clarke farm near Hudson is Given at a Sample. An Oiler $18,000 was refused a few years ago hut it changed hands this year at $7000. A the trouble with the Farmers the Summit county Stripe is that it takes them Twenty five years to learn something. The War was Over in 1805 but regularly each year the Farmer shuts his Eye to facts and fights the War Over every election Day. New matters Are coming up constantly for attention and adjustment but the Summit Farmer has been a shooting rebels Quot and paying no Atten Hon. He closes Bis ears to statesman like Thurman Carlisle Mills Beck Voorhees and Cleveland and opens his eyes to a a Soto them War blather skites the Semi Lunatic order intent Only stirring up strife. A for Twenty years they have with child like innocence constantly to enrich manufacturers and impoverish themselves and nothing could awaken them from their Folly until they had to face their present deplorable condition Alf airs farming paying 2 per cent and in Gnu factoring from 15 to 55 every f Armer Worth Only per cent what he was Worth in 1880 while manufacturers and organizers trusts have made their millions in a year we leave the news dem Are a t to Complete our idea the situation a we confess that these non political complaining circulars from men who claim to be non partisan make us very tired. We understand tile majority the authors this circular Are republicans who for ars have been aiding the party in Power by voice pen and votes to bring about the very condition affairs Over which they now so eloquently and piteously complain. A a instead uniting with tile democratic party in its movement for Tariff Reform and to lift the burdens Taxa Sellers jewelry store. The times Only one Dollar a year. Done to fail to visit Sellers jewelry store. Henry Bowers has begun his new House West Ray St. A Fine baby girl at the residence . And mrs. Albert Shutt. Special attention Given to repairing line watches at Sellers jewelry store. One Hundred and fifty different style Gold watches to select from at Sellers Jewely store. Air. N. B. Keller and win. Greer have started extensive pressed Brick works at Dennison. We Are showing the Best line flannel and striped fancy shirts Ever Bro to to this City in All grades and prices.17-5 the largest assortment diamonds and Fine jewelry Ever seen in new Philadelphia at Sellers jewelry store. Cards Are out announcing the wedding miss Priebe Hupfeld to Storey Canton. Thursday May to. A ten Pound son came to stay at la. E. Expenses tied a april 2$, 1800. Mother and child Are getting along nicely. The weeks doings. The times has the largest circulation any paper in the town. The largest and cheapest line window shades in the county at Wells drug store new Philadelphia. 19w4 the sewer proposition submitted by the Dennison Council failed. The vote stood 143 against to 135 in favor the proposition. There will be preaching next Sabbath morning and evening at the Baptist Church by the pastor Rev. Burke. All Are cordially invited. The most Complete line Wall paper in Eastern Ohio at the lowest prices at Wells drug store new Philadelphia Ohio. 19 w4 the ordinance adult baptism will be administered at the methodist episcopal Church sunday at the close the morning Sermon 10 30. The Farmer can be a Tittle encouraged Over the Rise in wheat within tile last few Days. Wheat is now Worth tocts and will doubtless Rise to 95cts, before Many Days go by. The farm 217 acres win Latto late Tuscarawas county o., deceased situated near Stillwater station will be sold the loth Day june 1890,by the executor. See advertisement fourth Page. Comrade James Minnis Post commander Andrew Crawford Post new Philadelphia is one the delegates from this congressional District to the National Encampment which is to be held in Boston next paragraph. All the latest novelties in flannel and White shirts neck ties kid gloves half Hose etc., at w. C. Sutton amp cons. 17w5 the police Berlin Are taking measures to prevent the spread cerebrospinal meningitis which has become quite common there and is now understood to be an infectious disease. Done to Purchase a reaper Binder Hay Rake without first calling w. A. Latto at his livery barn in Uhrichsville agent for the celebrated Walter a. Wood machines the Best in the Market. See his and. On 4th Page. 14wl2 receiving new Wall paper daily. Re member we keep up our Stock at All times in All grades from the cheapest to the Best. Our prices Are always the lowest. Wells drug store new Philadelphia Ohio. 19w4 . C. V. Boys has discovered that Quartz has remarkable insulating qualities. Tile deflection a Small pair electrified Gold leaves fell Only one fourth after suspension five hours from a Quartz Rod in a moist atmosphere though a Clear Glass Rod under the same conditions would discharge the leaves Iii a few seconds. The dedication the Garfield Monument will take place at Cleveland May 30. The president and his Cabinet and the Marine band Washington . Will be there. To accommodate All who desire to attend the dedication the c. A m. Ry., will sell extremely Low rate excursion tickets to Cleveland May 29th, and 30th. _ 19 w2. Chases Barley malt whisky aids digestion. Chases Barley malt whisky pure and Rich. Chases Barley malt whisky for weak lungs. Chases Barley malt whisky for purity. A. Bippus son sole agents for new Philadelphia. Personal mention. Miss Lucy Emerson spent sunday in this City. Stell Knisely visited at Niles and Warren last week. Miss Minnie Porter spent Sabbath with her parents in port Washington. Wade Chance Sun Dayed with his brother . F. Chance in this Eity. Madam Louise Kellogg was the guest prof. Niles and family Sabbath evening. Auditor j. W. Kinsey was at Toledo this week helping to appraise the w. Amp. L. Erie r. In _ . John Mccleary Newcomerstown spent a few Days in our City the past week. _ . And mrs. Reiter canal Dover spent Sabbath with mrs. Criswell Broadway. From Dundee. Dover a new Bank. Rev. O. I. Accola and John Kaderly Are attending St. Johns classes German reformed Church at Alliance o., this week. _ Fred Neuman who has been attending St. Mary a Institute at Dayton o., came Home to see his father who is quite ill thursday last. Ile will remain a few Days. J. Ii. Mathews Canton Nephew major c. Ii. M., was a guest at the Exchange hotel tuesday. Ile is a Metal Burgist by profession and Lias an office at Silver City n. Or. And mrs. John Joss entertained a number their friends be past week among whom we were pleased to see . And mrs. Diner Cleveland and . And mrs. George Joss and daughter Indianapolis id. 19 w4 for Sale Trade. Done to go before Yon Are Heady the Little son and and mrs. Holyoke daughter . Were out fishing voted monday at the dam. The Little boy fell in and was drowned his sister made heroic attempts to save him and when rescued she was almost beyond resuscitation. A Good dwelling and store room combined and a Stock general merchandise that would invoice at about $1,000, situated at a Good Point in a Small Village the c. Amp p. Railroad. Would Trade for dwelling property in new Philadelphia canal Dover. Reason for Selling the owner wants to educate his children. The stand has a Good Trade. Call s. Moore agent times office. Hold it to the Light. The Man who tells you confidentially just what will cure your cold is prescribing Kempis Balsam this year. In the preparation this remarkable Medicine for coughs and colds no expense is spared to Combine Only the Best and purest ingredients. Hold a bottle Kempis Balsam to the Light and look through ii notice the Bright Clear look then compare with other Price 50c. And 81. Sample bottles free. Drunkenness liquor habit. Particularly a Long journey. Be fully prepared. You cannot be permit us to say unless you Are accompanied with tile traveler a and tourists Vade Mecum i Lostetter a stomach bitters most genial appetizers acclimatize is and promoters digestion. Against sea sickness malaria cramps and comics Begotten badly cooked unwholesome food and brackish water nervousness increased by travel chronic bilious Ness and constipation the bitters is a Sovereign preventive. It imparts a relish for food not altogether to your taste and prevents it from disagreeing with you. Never was there such a capital thing for the unfortunate dyspeptic who stands in dread the Best cooked meal. Stomachin trouble caused by ill prepared viands aboard ship steamboats and rations hastily bolted at railway restaurants is soon remedied by the bitters which gives a quietus also to rheumatism kidney troubles and insomnia. 40�?18wl knights pythias biennial conclave at Milwaukee wis., july 1890. Business directory. Prances Romig. Attorney at Law and notary Public. Office n the Mclane Block new Philadelphia Ohio. Lion off the boulders the Farmers seems to think something can be done by sending out a complaining circular which amounts to about As much As a Fly a cart wheel in impeding the Force oxen hauling the cart. A the election statistics show that Tariff robbery has been voted for regularly at every election in Summit county for a period Twenty years by from 1,000 to 2,500 majority an i the very men who Are now sulking in their tent and cursing their cruel Fate have been lighting the Battles their oppressors with open eyed owlish glee among the shouting captains at the front. A even now they have not the courage their convictions else they would be found Iii the ranks the democracy the Only party that stands for lower and equitable taxes and tile rights the masses Aga net the blood sucking leeches monopoly and m. S. Vail dentist. Centre Block new Philadelphia Ohio. Office Over citizens National Bank. 44yl John w. Nix an m. I physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by tinker 51 Al John s. Graham 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 j. A. Buchanan. In 0. Webster. Attorneys at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. Special attention Given to conveyancing and tha Al the settlement estates Block Public Square. Office in Chapin Idyl we announce this week the name Jasper ii. Mitchell Dover township As a candidate for probate judge. Or. Mitchell is Well known Over the county As one the hard working democrats. Many Days and nights has he spent travelling to and from the towns in the outskirts the county speech making and rallying the democracy while other More favored democrats have been peacefully sleeping in their their Beds thinking but Little the marching enemy that has conic so near defeating our candidates various occasions. Democrats should be rewarded for services rendered and no one doubts that Jap. Mitchell has always been Iii the front the Battle. Six years ago he was a candidate and came in close the a a Home stretch a the heels judge Yeagley. It was a creditable run and we opine will be considered in the coming race. Or. Mitchell is a lawyer Many years practice anti thoroughly versed in the Law and highly qualified to fill the office to which he aspires nominated he will be elec Tep by his full party majority. A the towns up the Valley complain continued Cloudy weather when in fact it is nothing but the smoke from our numerous and extensive industries which streams Iii that direction and obscures the glorious orb Day from their vision. Malvern is marked by a Cloud by Day and a pillar fire by night and pilgrims from afar off see the a tokens and hasten their weary Steps to reach the coveted Malvern doings. Well Bro. Knox that is very Good. You will surely pass for an editor in Wichita any other Western City. You having just started a new paper in a booming Little town the above is wholly excusable. The editor that wont stand by his town is not Worth kicking out the Road. Even though the live editor does now and then soar off the wings exaggeration he is a More valuable citizen. The German baptists the United states will this year hold their annual meetings at North Manchester ind., and Warrensburg mo., the last week in May. Excursion rates via the Pennsylvania lines. See notice elsewhere in this paper. 20w2 the Kellogg musical entertainment was Well attended saturday night last. The entertainment was appreciated by the educated musical ear but to great Many it was not so Well appreciated. To sing in a foreign language will show skill but the audience fail to catch much the sentiment. The Man who had charge Coney Island last fall. And who has been missing for three four months was found in the River below new Philadelphia last week. Ile had drowned probably in going to from the Island in his boat. Ile was taken to canal Dover for burial. He was an irishman and we believe a stranger to these parts. The name we did not learn. Mrs. Dias. Clark Dennison was called to new Philadelphia a few Days ago by the serious illness her Mother and while there her Little son about five Jears age took suddenly sick and died. Tile parents Are almost heart broken Over the sudden bereavement. Tile remains were brought Home tuesday evening and wednesday were interred in Union paragraph. Mrs. Mary Elliott Fertig wife Samuel Fertig canal Dover died saturday night May 10th, inst., in the is the year her age. Mrs. Fertig for a year More has suffered from a cancer the left breast to which her life finally succumbed. She was married to . Fertig in 1844, at canal Dover where they have lived and prospered for nearly half a Century and enjoyed the respect the Community about them. A kind husband one son and two daughters Are left to mourn the death a loved wife and Mother. The weather has been too wet Farmers Are thrown Back with their Spring work and Corn will necessarily be planted late. The cheese factories have again resumed operation. Our schools Are again in session with . F. J. Benfer and miss Stout As teachers. We understand that the entire corps last years teachers have been re employed for next year. Our school Board has provided for a two months summer term throughout the township. Frank Wetter a wields the Rod Quot at Trail John w. Burris teaches at Nebraska Albert Crise at Union Point miss Strome at new Germany Frank Stamm at Rocky Point. Or. James p. Benfer left last monday morning for Westerville where he expects to attend College this summer. Or. L. A. And Andrew Sigrist leave to Day for Ada for the same purpose May Success attend them. Or. Frank Adams is having his residence painted and when finished will greatly change the countenance Jones addition. Or. Dias. Wilbour our Section Foreman has been called to Canton and . Limbach Baltic takes charge Here. Mrs. Reichenbach took a trip to Canton Friday. Postmaster Jones has a new assistant in the person r. N. Walter. We have just Learned the sudden and unexpected death Rev. Or. Zah Ner and the loss so worthy a Man whom so Many had Learned to love and Honor is certainly deeply regretted by All. As a minister for nearly half a Century and county examiner for More than a score years he made hosts friends and living monuments will portray his works in years to come. The wishes Many teachers have been gratified by the appointment prof. Sigrist to the exam Norship. Or. S. Is a practical conscientious teacher and an honest and upright gentleman Ever ready to use his influence in promoting the right and subduing the wrong. We Are satisfied that he will make a just and impartial examiner. We deem it our duty to say a few words in behalf our Friend . Fred. Reichenbach jr., who will be a candidate for recorder. What we say will be conscientious and unsolicited. Or. R. Has been in business Here for a number years and during the time Lias held several offices responsibility. He Lias proven himself strictly honest and straight Forward in business and a competent and reliable official. His qualifications cannot be doubted his wide experience As a Surveyor and preparer Legal documents go far in fitting him for the office. Ile is a sound and reliable Democrat and will receive the Hearty support our township and we earnestly Trust will receive the support All the faithful democrats Tuscarawas county. B. Stilt. Candidate announcements excursions via tax Pennsylvania lines in All the j to rid there is but one cure . Haines Golden specific. It can lie Given in a cup Tea Coffee without the knowledge the person taking it effecting a speedy and permanent cure whether the patient is a moderate Drinker an alcoholic wreck. Thousands drunkards have been cured who have taken the Golden specific in their Coffee without their knowledge and to Day believe they quit drinking 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 look Here. If there is any one who wishes to Purchase a desirable residence property in new Philadelphia they should Call the t editor the times at once and Purchase the Best property for the Money in the town the property consists a two Story Frame dwelling eight rooms and Hall Bay window veranda and excellent cellar. House nearly new and in perfect condition and Cost $2,000. Lot feet front and 204 feet Long. Good Cistern Good barn fruit various kinds and in a Good neighbourhood and a Good Street. Also the lot adjoining 53x204 feet. I pm sell All this property if sold soon for 1,800, and reasonable terms. This is the least that will buy it. Call soon. Of 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 Chica go Milwaukee and St. Paul railway at half rates. As its name indicates the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. 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 this line it will be seen that the Chicago Milwaukee a St. 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 tickets. A circular giving detailed information Wil be mailed free upon application to a. V. Ii. Carpenter Gen. Pass. Agent Milwaukee wis. A Pepsy. To the annual meetings the her Man baptists near Warrensburg mo., and at North Manchester ind. The annual meetings the German Bap lists blink Ards will be held the last week in May at in Ertle Springs near Warrensburg mo., and at North Manchester id. Excursion tickets via the Pennsylvania lines will be sold to either the meeting places at one fair for round trip. Tickets to Pertle Springs meeting will be sold May 19th to 27th, Good returning until june 20th, 1890, inclusive. To North Manchester the Low rates will be in effect from May 20th to 25th, Good returning until june 25th, 1890, inclusive. 20w2 monday morning last our National Exchange Bank opened for business and with a flattering Outlook. The capital Stock is $50,000.00 with ample reserves for All demands and the stockholders Are solid reliable men and shrewd financiers. It May be Well to name them Jesse and Charles Baker Frederick Wentz . E. C. Lewis Jeremiah Reeves Theodore Wentz and Peter Karl. Last week they met and elected the following officers president Jeremiah Reeves vice president Charles Baker cashier Jesse d. Baker assistant cashier thee Wentz. They occupy the same room formerly used by the Baker Exchange Bank and in addition to the Oij Safe kept for the books they have secured one those burglar proof Corliss safes provided with double time locks in which no deposits can be reached for thirty six hours by any cracks Man. Or. Reeves president the Bank has been with us several years and is a gentleman Energy and Tine business qualifications. As the head the rolling Mill Industry this Valley he has made the Enterprise such a Success As was never before known and his name As president this new Bank will give it prestige every where. Jesse and Charles Baker Are born Bankers have been in the business for a score years Are perfectly familiar with All its details and will fill their allotted places with ability. A to e patronage their former Bank will be retained and added to. They Are among the heaviest stockholders. Theodore Wentz is a native this place but has been merchandising in Nebraska for a number years and has been remarkably successful Iii his business career lie is an excellent accountant prompt thorough and accommodating and Speaks German fluently and will be found a prominent Factor in the Bank. Of tile stockholders . Lewis is so Well known As not to need any Eulo Gium. Ile has amassed his wealth by untiring Industry and in holding the Confidence his people. While he has not time to assume any the duties the Bank As a director he will lend his advice and assistance. Frederick Wentz one the heaviest stockholders has been one the most prominent and successful business men this Section the state for Many years As a builder Plang Mill manager and real estate dealer. His ventures have All made him Money and he is to Dav Iii shape to go into banking and still continue his other business. Peter Earl is one our quiet prosperous banners who has surplus capital and a Large Circle acquaintances and friends and his connection with tile Bank will add much to its volume Valley reporter. We heartily endorse the above and wish these gentlemen Success. Verily canal Dover will move Onward. Editor times a please announce my name As a candidate for the office probate judge subject to the decision the county democratic convention. V. Ream Goshen. Editor announce my name As a candidate for probate judge subject to the decision the democratic county convention june 7th, 1890. Harvey Barnhill. Editor announce to the democrats Tuscarawas county that i will again ask for the nomination for probate judge at the coining convention. J. W. Mitchell Dover township. Editor times please announce my name As a candidate for probate j Edge subject to tile decision the county democratic convention. Seth Battery Lawrence. Editor times please announce my name As a candidate from Dover for the office county recorder at the coming convention subject to the wishes the democracy Tuscarawas county. Can speak the German language. John j. Jurgens. Editor times a please announce my name As a candidate Dom Goshen for the office county recorder at the coming convention subject to the wishes the democracy Tuscarawas county and oblige Hugh t. Minnis. Editor times Mill township presents the name Jacob Rummer for recorder subject to the decision the nominating convention. Editor times please announce my name a a candidate from Sandy township for the office county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic county convention to be held june 7th, 1890. Charles Sattler. Editor times a please announce the name Frederick Reichenbach Wayne township As a candidate for the office county recorder subject to the wishes the democracy Tuscarawas county Ohio. Many democrats. Editor times the Many democratic friends . Frank Skelly desire that ins name be announced As a saudi Nath from Goshen for the office county recorder subject to the decision the democratic county convention to be held june 7, 1890. Many friends. Editor times please announce the name Captain Adam Miller As a candidate for the office county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic county convention to be held at new Philadelphia saturday june 7th, 1890. Many citizens. Sunday schools Ohio. Editor concluded to lie a candidate for the nomination county recorder you will please announce my name subject to the decision the coming democratic county convention. John d. Mcgill Salem township. Editor times please announce my name As a candidate for the office recorder subject to the decision the democratic county convention to be held june 7th, 1890. S. L. Doug less Oxford township. Alley 12 feet i in. Wide the democratic county convention will be held june 7th. The Little five year old son . And mrs. Frank Bash died saturday last Scarlet fever and medical skill was no Avail As the disease assumed a malignant form quite Early after the affliction set in. Lie was a Bright and intelligent Little boy and the Joy the household As he was the Only child. Sad indeed is the affliction and if sympathy could heal the aching hearts Many there would be administering to these bereaved a lot 5, 50 by 140 feet a i lot 4,50 by 140 feet Alley to feet wide it less Mic c a a i a a a in men 4�? it it it Xii \ j j in s fair Street this is what you ought to have in fact you must have it to fully enjoy life. Thousands Are searching for it daily and mourning because they find it not. Thousands upon thousands dollars Are spent annually by our people in the Hope that they May attain this Boon. And yet it May be had by All. We guarantee that electric bitters if used according to directions and the use persisted in will bring you Good Dige Stion and oust the Demon dyspepsia and install in Toad eur Pepsi. We recommend electric bitters for dyspepsia and All diseases liver stomach and kidneys. Sold at 50c. And $1.00 per bottle by f. C. Miller amp son druggist. National educational association. The National educational association and Council education have decided to hold their next annual convention at St. Paul minn., july 4th to Lith 1890. The committee transportation for the state Ohio has selected the great Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul railway As the a official Quot line f rom Chicago to St. Paul and return. Halt rates will be made to All teachers and their friends. For All full and detailed information communicate with supt. C. C. Davidson state manager Alliance Ohio. Alwg forced to leave Home. Over 50 people were forced to leave their Homes yesterday to Call at their druggists for a free trial package lanes family Medicine. If your blood is bad your liver and kidneys out order if you Are constipated and have headache and an unsightly complexion Don t fail to Call any druggist to Day for a free Sample this grand remedy. The ladies Praise it. Every one likes it. Large size packages 50 cents. Loyl cheap excursions West april 22nd a so rap paper save her life. It was just an Ordinary scrap wrapping paper but it saved Lier life. She was in the last stage consumption told by physicians that she was incurable and could live Only a Short time sin1 weighed less than seventy pounds. On a piece wrapping paper she read . Kings new discovery and got a Sample bottle it helped her she bought a Large bottle it helped Lier More bought another and grew better fast continued its use and is now Strong healthy Rosy plump weighing 140 pounds. For Fuller particulars Send stamp to w. In Cole druggist. Fort Smith. Trial bottles tills wonderful discovery free at i. C. Miller amp son drug store. The eyes the Wise. A Man that has for Trade no i i i will never begin to advert i i i. A merchant Dull gives vent to s i i i and being Dull wont advert Iii. How can a Man to Fortune Rill if he refuse to advert i i i he who is poor for Fortune to i ii a twill be great help to advert i i i. The sluggard Long in slumber ii i i i awake awake and advert i i i. The Man who la advert i i i is y y a and to bankruptcy swiftly Al i i i. What House its work successful pm i i in a a tis the firm w to advert Iii marriage licenses granted. Jonathan Rutter and Matilda Ann Mathias. Same h. Jacobs and Ella f. Leisure. George Ackerman and Minnie Kern. We. O. Abbuhl and Bertha Bovard. W. A. Kinsey and Caroline e. Frank. A. J. Seifried and Sarah a. Wolf. George ii. Lewis and Flora m. Neff. Now is your time to buy cheap. W. C. Sutton amp co. Are offering the Best line clothing hats Caps and gents furnishing goods in the county at lowest 17 to the 31st annual convention the Ohio sunday school Union will be held in Zanesville june3rd, 4th and 5th next every Eilfort has been made to have a meeting great helpfulness. It will be a feast fat things for the sunday school workers our state. There will be live practical addresses by practical people at every session. E. It. Excel Chicago has charge the music. Among the speakers a Rev. E. I. Armstrong principal the school for training Christian worker sat Springfield Annie s. Harlow Lowell mass one the Foremost primary workers the country and who mad a masterly address at the worlds convention in London last year col. Robt. Cowden a thorough Institute director. A Rev. B. W. Cd id Law for Over 50 year identified with the sunday school work a a missionary mrs. Ii. Ingham Cleveland editor several Tempe Renee journals Rov. W. F. Mccauley Dayton a prof. J. G. Park Ada Normal colleges prof. B. F. Prince Wittenberg College a Rev. F. A. Wilbur it. Vernon Rev. C. Lockwood Cincinnati Rev. S. I. Hutsin pier Toledo prof. W. J. Zuck Otterbein University Rev. J. A. I. Mcgaw Toledo and a number others. The program is made for practical helpfulness and not for dress Parade. Special Railroad rates All roads. Full fare going and one third fare returning to it All who get certificate from ticket Agen at starting Point. Free entertainment at Zanesville. The Railroad fare is the Only necessary expense. Every county in Ohio should Send at least ten delegates As this is to be a most important meeting. Matters very great importance Are to be decided. Full report from All the state officers will be Rea i and will but i full interests. Will no every one who sees this notice do All in his Power to work up a Good attendance from his location All who go should St and names at once to the chairman the entertainment committee . Addision Palmer Zanesville Ohio and he will assign you to a place entertainment. It has been decided to request that sunday june 1st, special prayer to be made in All the churches and schools and Homes Ohio for gods Blessing upon this convention. For particulars and Advance programs Send to Marion Lawrance Field Sec a S. S. U., Toledo Ohio. Editor announce my name As a candidate for the office county recorder subject to the decision the democratic county convention to be held june 7th, 1890. I speak the German As Well As the English language. A. T. Myer Warwick township. Editor times please announce my name As a candidate for commissioner subject to the decision the county democratic convention june 7th, 1890. Frederick Glauber Goshen. Editor times please announce my name As a candidate for the office county Coroner from Dover township subject to the decision the county democratic convention june 7th, 1890. Joseph la. Ebright. Editor announce my name As a candidate from Clay township for the office county recorder subject to the decision the democratic county convention to he held june 7 the 1890&Quot. W. A. Mcconnell Clay township. Editor announce my name As a candidate for infirmary director subject to the decision the democratic county convention. W. B. Brown Goshen township. Editor times having concluded to be a candidate for the office recorder you will please announce my name subject to the decision tile democratic convention june 7th. I am Able to speak and write both the English and German language. Philip ii. Kuizin York township. Editor times please announce the name Frederick Meyer Goshen township As a candidate for recorder subject to the decision the democratic county convention. Or. Meyer is thoroughly competent a alway Quot been a sound and Active Democrat Speaks both the English and the German languages fluently and his nomination would gratify hosts democrats. For two Mitch in cry a out lots Northwest Corner fair and May 20th. Tickets Good 80 Days rents. Let them Hope to be guided by j and Chestnut sts., new Philadelphia is from Date Sale. For full particulars sub divided As indicated by above plat. The five lots Are offered for Sale reasonable terms. Apply to j. D. Elliott . Tins Little Star that has gone before to Light them in their pathway. The dear one was Laid to rest monday afternoon. Write at once to c. S. Belknap excursion agent p. O. Box g74, new Philadelphia Ohio. 16td if you intend buying a Spring suit done to fail to Call w. C. Sutton amp co. They keep the Best assorted Stock to select from and guarantee prices. 17wo the new firm Mathias amp Dick successors to Mathias amp Williams Are receiving new goods daily and Are now prepared to give the Public More and better bargains in dry goods and groceries than any House the kind in new Philadelphia. They the highest Market Price for country produce. A full line boots and shoes Tia must be closed out in tile next sixty Days regardless Cost. If you want to save Money buy your dry goods groceries boots. Shoes &c., Mathias amp Dick West High Street. 17wl no Good to this country is meant. It is Well known that English capitalists have been purchasing american industries hut there Are few persons who realize the extent to which this movement has been carried. It is reported that the enormous sum $200,000,000 has been invested by these syndicates during the past eighteen months. This Means no Good to this country nor to its citizens and the evil effects Are already manifesting Washington craftsman. Johnstown corpses unearthed. Johnstown penn., May 8. Five bodies were found to Day by workmen in the fifteenth and sixteenth wards. Two them were Mother and child clasped in each others arms. The Force searching for the dead will be increased. To fill the Kan Dali vacancy. Remember our terms for the times Are $1 in Advance $1.50 for one year if it runs three months past due. Save the half Dollar by renewing time. Do you want a Spring suit made to order if so w. C. Sutton amp co. Have an elegant Stock piece goods to select from and will make you just what you want As to style and fit. Call and be convinced. 17 w5 Philadelphia pa., May 12. Richard Aux was nominated for Congress by the third Mistrie democratic convention to fill the vacancy caused by the death Samuel j. Randall

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